• * 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.









Carnal Knowledge


Ann-Margret film clips (samples below)

Scoop's notes: Every once in a while, each of us encounters a film which baffles us in terms of its popularity. This is the one for me. I have never understood how people relate to this movie or why people think it is especially good. I guess I have a blind spot. I suppose that is because it is a character study about a different generation, or maybe a half-generation, just prior to mine. These are the people who were in high school when I was in grade school. They apparently had a totally different coming-of-age experience - one that I can't relate to or even recognize as realistic. Not only did I not recognize the main characters as familiar human beings, but I didn't like them either. When you hate and can't relate to the characters in a character study - well, there isn't much left.

Except, of course, for Ann-Margret's flesh, which was very welcome indeed. She was a big star, and film nudity was still fresh in 1971. Just a few years earlier, there had been no nudity at all in mainstream films and/or from mainstream actresses.

The film was nominated for an Oscar and three Golden Globes, but they were all for the acting.

  • Astoundingly enough, even master thespian Art Garfunkel received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting actor. He lost the Globe to Ben Johnson of The Last Picture Show, who also won the Oscar.
  • Garfunkel and Nicholson got nominated for Globes, but not for Oscars.
  • Ann-Margret won a Golden Globe and received an Oscar nomination. She lost the Oscar to Cloris Leachman, another performer from of The Last Picture Show.

By the way, those were the only Oscars won by The Last Picture Show, although it was nominated in every key category (Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, Cinematography)



Tales of Erotica

(episode: "Wet" 1995-96)

Here are the film clips of Cynda Williams (collages below)

Scoop's notes: she's always been one of my favorites. She's hot. Decent actress. Decent singer. After her dazzling debut in Mo' Better Blues, I expected her to become a star. Never happened.

Did you remember that she used to be married to Billy Bob Thornton? I had mercifully forgotten that before looking her up just now.

Johnny's collages are just about the best work I've ever seen from this film.




Cream Cabahug in Run! Bitch! Run!

Paola Rey in Night Trips


Charlotte Stokely in Night Trips

Taryn Manning in Hustle and Flow

Deborah Ann Woll (non-nude) in the season premiere of True Blood

CC Sheffield (topless) and Thea Brooks (non-nude) in the season premiere of True Blood

Natasha Alam in the season premiere of True Blood

Jessie Lee in the 41-Year-Old Virgin


Puma Swede in the 41-Year-Old Virgin

Diana Terranova in the 41-Year-Old Virgin

Esther Hall in Men Only

Zoe Telford in Men Only

Eva Herzigova collection



Edie Falco and Elisha Cuthbert in The Quiet. No nudity from Cuthbert.

Jennifer Hill in The Ice Queen

An HQ film clip of Pam Grier in Foxy Brown

Winona Ryder and Sophie Monk in Sex and Death 101 in HQ

Sophie Ward in Book of Blood in HD

Marina Gatell in Fisica o quimica