"The 10th Victim" (1965)
The 10th Victim (1965), AKA Decima vittima, La, is a futuristic SciFi comedy, where violence has been legalized and organized. Each person who signs up with "the hunt" must engage in 10 hunts, 5 as hunter and 5 as hunted, alternating roles. Anyone who wins 10 hunts gets $1m, and there is
money for each victory. The hunter gets complete info on their prey, and the hunted only knows that they are being hunted. If you kill the wrong person, it is 30 years in jail.
As the film opens, Ursula Andress is the hunted in her 9th hunt, and we watch her finish off the hunter with a double barreled bra. She is assigned Marcello Mastroianni as her 10th and final hunt. She is offered big bucks by a tea company if she can do him in at a particular temple while they are
filming a commercial. Marcello suspects her, and makes arrangements to kill her in a special place as well. Along the way, they fall in love.
Maltin says 3 stars. The DVD that is to be released next week Marks the first time this film has been available for home viewing, to my knowledge. 1965 is a little too soon for nudity in a mainstream film, even in Italy, but Ursula poked through and peeked out of most of her costumes. The DVD has little in the way of special features, and the transfer quality leaves much to be desired, but there are audio and sub-title options enough to satisfy anyone. I would call this a C+, were it not for Ursula. Her presence makes it B.
|Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)
The question of the day on "Suckers" is "is this really Lori Loughlin, from Ful House?". I don't know. I went through every single frame of their love scene, and there is no frame where
one may identify the participants.
The strongest argument against it: Loughlin has a clean-cut image and has never done any previous nudity. Maybe she'd agree to strip down for an American Beauty, or for an important filmmaker - but for a crappy straight-to-vid at age 35 after never having done nudity? Doubtful.
The director did everything possible to mask the identity of the woman in Loughlin's love scene - double-exposed dissolves, no lighting, long shots. Why would he do that? He sure didn't do anything
similar in the other two nude scenes. One is a full-frontal in broad daylight and the other is an explicit and bouncy sex scene in good light.
I just don't know either way, but the signs are not good.
Oddly, all three women have alliterative names. I'll have the film comments in tomorrow's edition. Here are the pictures.
I'll get the comments of 187 in tomorrow's page, as well. No sense waiting for the pics if they're ready.
- Here's Karin Arroyave
||Topless, a hint of pubes, and some guy feeling her up upstairs and downstairs. Vidcaps from "Secrets of a Chambermaid" (1998).
||From the ulrta-lame movie "Provocateur" (1996). If you click to see a bit of breast exposure, then you've seen the best part.
||All 3 B's...boobs, bum, and bush. Although they skimped on the bum views (partials only). Vidcaps from the late night series "Hotline".
|Monique Parent and Tane McClure
||HOT lesbo lovin' from the same episode of "Hotline".
"McCabe & Mrs. Miller" (1971)
Classic anti-western directed by Robert Altman and filmed in Canada. Stars Warren Beatty as a
bordello/tavern operator with Julie Christie as the madame. Supporting roles by Rene "Odo" Auberjonois and Shelley "Olive Oyl" Duvall.
The nudity is provided by Canadian actresses playing the prostitutes. The most recognizable
one is Janet Wright who recently starred in "The Perfect Storm" (2000). The nudity is dark and does not add up to very much but this is still a very good movie.
- Maisie Hoy: dark breasts in bathhouse, butt and breasts peeping on McCabe.
- Linda Sorenson: dark full frontal in bathhouse.
- Janet Wright: dark full frontal in bathhouse, later having bigguns felt up by customer.
- Elizabeth Knight: dark full frontal in bathhouse.
"The Killing Machine" (1994)
One of the more clever uses of a body double. Stephanie McKeown is billed as the body double for
the character played by the lead actress Terri Hawkes. Not only that, Stephanie has another bit role which also required nudity. So the producers get two for the price of one (or four boobs for the price of two).
- Terri Hawkes: one picture of Terri Hawkes in brassiere, the remaining five being her body double (Stephanie McKeown) showing the boobs and even a face which could have fooled me into thinking that it really is Terri topless.
- Terri Hawkes part two: four pictures of Terri's body double again in a dark love scene showing more boobs and butt.
- Stephanie McKeown: topless in bed in her other role in the movie.
|Scenes from the German series "Faust". #1 has her bare bum, and #2 very nice breast exposure.
|Veruschka von Lehndorff
||Topless and near full frontal views (hint of pubes) in scenes from "Milo-Milo" (1979).
||Topless in the tub from "Tatort - Finderlohn" (1977).
| and ...
||Bootleg side breast exposure from "Tomb Raider". Sorry, no nipple.
|From "The Big Bore"...I mean "The Big Blue". Sorry, type-o :-)
I remember seeing this when I was 17 or 18. I thought it was pure crap. Keeping in mind that many years have past and I've grown a tad, I recently gave it a second chance...and it's still crap! Scoop put it much more eloquently in his review, but the end result is the same...this is a really bad movie. Except for excellent underwater photography. But honestly, if that's what you want, then go watch Shark Week on the Discovery Channel. The IMDb readers praise this movie like it's the greatest film ever...I say that must be some good shit they're smokin'.
Anyway...Arquette shows a her wonderful breasts a few times as seen in these 'caps by BFD.
|Deborah Kara Unger
|Lower frontal nudity from "Sunshine" (1999). Vidcaps by Palrune.
|Celeb Nudity News
Thanks to Spaz...
- HBO Says 'No' To 'Sex'
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - "Sex and the City"found HBO's limits. Although the series has tackled everything from anal sex to the attempted seduction of a priest, the network that bills itself
with "no limits" put its foot down on a future script for the raunchy comedy regarding bestiality,
according to MSNBC gossip columnist Jeannette Walls.
In the episode, written by the show's creator and executive producer Darren Star, Charlotte's (Kristin Davis) boyfriend becomes frustrated when she refuses to go to bed with him. So, after Charlotte leaves, the boyfriend turns to his golden retriever, Buttercup.
"We shouldn't have cut it," Star tells Times of London. "We put a tennis ball in the guy's crotch. It was disturbingly realistic and might have been a part of why it got shot down."
"I though it was funny, y'know?" he adds.
From a Fun House reader...
I Just heard on the radio that Jerri Manthey of "Survivor: The Australian Outback" will be appearing in the September issue of the Hefmag. It hits the stands in July. The quote on the radio from the rabbitmag press release was something to the effect of, "If you thought Jerri looked good in a bikini, you haven't seen anything yet."