Sorry about the temporary problems. I have the new server formatted and online, but I have not yet added any content. Workin' on it.

In the meantime, here are the June issues:

The back issues from October 2009 until May 2011 were on the failed server. As a result, they are not working at the moment.  Issues from before that time are fine, and the issues for this month are above.

The French .zip file search will return all the results properly, but the videos from October 2009 until May 2011 will not work if you click on them.


  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Catch the deluxe version of Other Crap in real time, with all the bells and whistles, here.



The L Word

(Season 1, 2004)

Rosanna Arquette didn't get naked, but she joined the cast for a while.

Rosanna Arquette (w Katherine Moennig) film clips. Captures below.




Road Train

(Australia; 2010)

Sophie Lowe 1080p film clip



Film Clips

Here's Eliza Dushku's topless scene from The Alphabet Killer (2008). It's in 1080p and had been adjusted for brightness and color. The original unadjusted clip is also in the .zip file for reference (see below for a reminder of the scene)

Although this is a scene from a familiar film, you probably have not seen it before because it was deleted from the theatrical cut. It's a crazy sex scene filled with dirty talk by Lois Chiles. It was deleted from Broadcast News (1987), but has been recovered for the "special features" on the disc. Samples below.

From Tall Paul: "Monique (1970) is an early British contribution to sexy 70s cinema. The plot is a classic triangle of an Englishman, his wife, and their French au pair, with the unusual twist that the wife Jean (Joan Alcorn) is younger and more attractive than the au pair Monique (Sibylla Kay), a fact never alluded to in the film but obvious to the observer. Ms. Kay was the Directorís wife, which explains a lot. An IMDB reviewer says the British censors butchered the original theatrical release, but the unrated Netflix DVD seems to be intact. The acting is quite competent and the story line coherent, unusually so for this genre. There are several very erotic scenes. The nudity improves throughout the runtime, with the last scene of three in a bed being the best. The movie drags in spots, but thatís why God created the Fast Forward button. Seven clips, followed by some sample caps.




Laura Ramsey in Kill the Irishman (2011) in HD

Evan Rachel Wood in Mildred Pierce (2011) in HD

J-Lo in Money Train (1995) in HD. The first two are composites

Dana Delaney in Exit to Eden (1994) in HD

Mathilda May in Life Force (1985) in HD