Tuna, our main contributor and the most energetic video capper ever known to man (as all of you well know) is currently indisposed. He is in intensive care in a hospital in the San Francisco Bay area. It doesn't make sense to send him any well-wishes at this point, since he is not checking his e-mail, and it would not make sense to call him, since ICU is not the place to do that.

He is in good spirits, and said he that he hopes to back on the job by next week! (Because the 70-75,000 collages he has already made just aren't enough!)

We'll continue to keep everyone posted and let you all know when he's ready to get e-mail and/or calls.

Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

The rest of the (Lilian's) story:

  • Three more clips of Toni Collette in Lilian's Story. Featuring the remainder of her frontal nude scenes in this curious film. (1, 2, 3)


Other Crap:

  • PORNOKRATES - historic smut for the discerning voyeur
  • Land of the Dead, as reviewed by The Filthy Critic
  • Here's the nudity scoop on Anne Hathaway's film, Havoc, as seen at the Filmfest Munchen, and reported at (You can read the review yourself in its full detail at that site, but I didn't link to it because the site requires registration.)
    • "For those who just want the short version, Anne has scenes where she appears topless, Bijou Phillips has scenes where she appears topless, Freddy Rodriguez has one scene where he shows his naked butt. There is no nudity by Shari Appleby or Mike Vogel. There is NO lower frontal nudity by anyone in the movie."
    • "Barbara Kopple confirmed that the movie has received an R rating. So everybody who had bashed Anne for all the extensive nudity must now eat plenty of crow."
    • The lack of lower body nudity is contrary to previous reports that have floated around the internet from time to time. It is possible that the earlier reports were wrong, but it is also possible that the final edit was made to avoid an NC-17 rating. At this point, I don't know.
  • JFK Jr. humped the living bejeesus out of Princess Di. I guess a natural aptitude for princess-fuckin' just ran in the family.
  • Headline o' the Day: "Man Gets New 12-Foot Weenie". You mean those e-mail ads really work?
  • The Discovery Channel finally announces the results of the "Greatest American Ever" poll, and the winner is ...
    • Hint #1: Not Tom Arnold
    • Hint #2: The winner once predicted that when victory is announced, "I don't know where I'll be then ... but I'll know about it - and I'll be happy."
  • When Scientists attack!
  • VIDEO: Jerry Seinfield in Oz: "On May 14th 1998, Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer were sentenced to one year in prison for violating the Massachusetts Good Samaritan Law. Then, due to a series of sarcastic quips Jerry made to prison guards, and a series finale regarded by most TV critics as 'Satisfactory At Best', Jerry Seinfeld was transferred to a maximum security prison. That facility is known as... OZ."
  • FilmJerk's Early Report for June 26
  • Flipper the dolphin buried in Roadside Pet Cemetery
  • Tom Cruise Rants Hurting His Image. 69% of polled viewers said Cruise's Today Show rant was "just plain wrong"
    • ... while the others said it was "batshit crazy" or 'totally fucked-up."
  • There were no surprises in this weekend's box office. It was expected to be weak, and it was, with only minor shifts from film to film.
    • Batman held on to #1 despite a 45% drop from last weekend. The Perfect Man virtually dropped off the chart.
    • The total gross for the top dozen films was off 16% from last year, marking the 18th consecutive week to finish below the equivalent week in the previous year. That is the longest such slump in the history of modern record-keeping.
    • Analysts have made too much of that slump. The basic explanation is that last year was an unusual year. Fahrenheit 911 and The Passion of the Christ brought lots of non-moviegoers into the theaters. The revenues from those two films engorge last year's grosses, like a pig passing through a python. If one studies the revenue history over a longer period than a single year, the numbers make more sense. Last year's weekend was up $25 million over the previous year, attributable almost entirely to an opening weekend of $24 million for Fahrenheit 911. Here is this weekend compared to the equivalent weekend for the past two years.

      2003 - $113m

      2004 - $138m

      2005 - $116m

    • If you assume that the Fahrenheit 911 business was a windfall of incremental revenue from non-traditional moviegoers, and compare only the remaining films, then the numbers look completely sensible - like this

      2003 - $113m

      2004 - $114m

      2005 - $116m

    Title Warrior Prediction Actual Diff%
    Batman Begins 28.8 26.7 -7
    Bewitched 23.3 20.2 -13
    Mr. and Mrs. Smith 15.3 16.7 9
    Herbie 14.5 12.8 -12
    Land of the Dead 8.8 10.2 16
    Madagascar 7 7.3 4
    Sith 5.7 6.3 11
    Longest Yard 4.9 5.5 12
    Shark Boy 3.8 3.4 -11
    Perfect Man 3.1 2.5 -19


  • GRAND ILLUSIONS in Math - the Monty Hall paradox
  • Four clips from Nightwatch
    • "Set in contemporary Moscow, Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor) revolves around the conflict and balance maintained between the forces of light and darkness -- the result of a medieval truce between the opposing sides. As night falls, the dark forces battle the super-human "Others" of the Night Watch, whose mission is to patrol and protect. But there is constant fear that an ancient prophecy will come true: that a powerful Other will rise up, be tempted by one of the sides, and tip the balance plunging the world into a renewed war between the dark and light, the results of which would be catastrophic. Nochnoi Dozor is the first installment of a trilogy based on the best-selling sci-fi novels of Sergei Lukyanenko entitled Night Watch, Day Watch and Dusk Watch."
  • Six more clips from Hustle & Flow. (Small-time hustler tries to become a hip-hop star.)
  • Here's a new featurette about The Skeleton Key
    • "From the writer of The Ring (Ehren Kruger) and the director of K-PAX (Iain Softley) comes Universal Pictures' contemporary supernatural thriller, The Skeleton Key. Set largely in the dark atmospheric backwoods just outside of New Orleans, The Skeleton Key stars Hudson as Caroline, a live-in nurse hired to care for an elderly woman's (Rowlands) ailing husband (Hurt) in their home...a foreboding and decrepit mansion in the Louisiana delta. Intrigued by the enigmatic couple, their mysterious and secretive ways and their rambling house, Caroline beings to explore the old mansion. Armed with a skeleton key that unlocks every door, she discovers a hidden attic room that holds a deadly and terrifying secret. Peter Sarsgaard portrays Luke, the local attorney working on the couple's estate, and Joy Bryant plays Jill, Caroline's best friend."
  • Two new behind the scenes featurettes about Fantastic Four
  • The trailers for The Transporter 2
  • Here is the official theatrical trailer for Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown.
  • Major advertisers caught in spyware net. NY Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is threatening to go after major brand advertisers that use adware networks.
  • The best chess computer is now pulling away from humans in proficiency.
  • "The greatest beams, lasers, death rays and photon streams in movie history."
  • Authority figure overreaction of the month: Felony Charges For Harmless High School Hacking. "At no time was the security of the server breached, and I don't know that it has cost the taxpayers any money" ... "The server, where grades and other private records are stored, was never threatened." Yeah, that merits felony charges, and a really expensive trial that will spend millions of the taxpayer's money to get "not guilty" verdicts from sympathetic jurors!
  • A police video of Chris Tucker being arrested at gunpoint back in April. He was driving 109 MPH and eluded police for ten miles to "get to church" on time.
  • Lucy Liu topless. (I don't know why, but I had to press "refresh" to get the pictures to appear.)


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'Caps and comments by Hankster:

Today we have something a little different as we look at a Japanese movie released by Tokyo Shock called "Flower & Snake" starring the beautiful Aya Sugimoto.

This one is probably not everybody's cup of tea as it has a strong S & M theme. The first 3 'caps are just for you to see her fantastic beauty. Then we move on to see her topless while getting acupunctured. Followed by scenes of her being kidnapped, bound and gagged and then attacked by two dudes.

'Caps and comments by Oz:

There's not really any nudity in Jackpot (2001) but there's some nice caps of Camillia Clouse and Peggy Lipton.

"Micki & Maude"
Micki & Maude (1984) are the wives of a bigamist played by Dudley Moore. No nudity by Ann Reinking and Amy Irving, but we still have some sexy 'caps.

"Dog Soldiers"
Some minor pokies by Emma Cleasby in Dog Soldiers (2001).

"Mostly Martha"
Martina Gedeck is down to her underwear in Mostly Martha (2001).

  • Martina Gedeck (1, 2)

"Paper Bullets"
It's the same again with Noelle Balfour in Paper Bullets (1999).

"Roger Dodger"
Flora Diaz is topless in Roger Dodger (2001).

It's pokies and a perspiration problem by Sean Young in Aftermath (2002).

"The Last Supper"
It's also pokies by Annabeth Gish in The Last Supper (1996), and a bit of self stimulation.

"The Rats"
It's close but nothing is visible when Elisa Moolecherry gives herself a good self examination in The Rats (2001)

  • Elisa Moolecherry (1, 2, 3, 4)

"Amongst Friends"
An unnamed topless stripper in Amongst Friends (1993)

"Long Live the Monkey"
Daniella Fazzolari is topless in Long Live the Monkey, aka Viva La Scimmia! (2000). Some interesting caps of Giuliana De Sio.

"Those Bedroom Eyes"
Lots of cleavage by Mimi Rogers in Those Bedroom Eyes (1992) and some minor pokies by Challen Cates.

Nicole Eggert A special thanks to Mr. T for this video clip of Eggert's one and only topless scene with her implants! As we reported back in the May 23rd update, the movie is called "Secret Sins" aka "Melissa". It was mostly filmed in 1995, but the production apparently ran out of money and the project was shelved for several years. Eventually someone decided to finish it up and dump it onto the home video market. Currently it is available through NetFlix.

As for this clip, it's a zipped .mov file featuring Eggert stripping off her to reveal her robo-goodies on stage.

Christina Ricci Thanks to Scorpion for this huge collage (740k) featuring Ricci's one and only nude scene. Here she is in "Prozac Nation".

Catherine Devine I'm sure 99.9% of our readers have never heard of this actress, but for those who like what they see here...nudity seems to be her thing! In these 'caps, we see here playing a nude art class model in "Riding the Bullet" (2004). According to her IMDb filmography, she also has small roles in two movies currently in post production. In one, she's credited as "Lap Dancer", in the other "Naked Girl".

Malin Akerman
(1, 2, 3, 4)

We know her best as the the gorgeous topless babe from the stoner comedy "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle". Here she is going topless again. This time in scenes from the pilot episode of the new HBO series, "The Comeback". 'Caps by the Skin-man.

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