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Amelia Jane Murphy


Scrubs is a medical-based comedy set in Sacred Heart Hospital, which follows the lives of employees and patients in the hospital. It can be considered successful given that it went for 182 episodes over 9 seasons. There was no nudity. Sarah Chalke was in most of the episodes and is easy on the eye. There were also multiple appearances by actresses such as Heather Graham and Tara Reid that made the show more enjoyable. These collages are from the fifth season, and the episodes were made in 2006.

Series 5 Episode 9 My Half-Acre (2006)

Mandy Moore

Sarah Chalke

Series 5 Episode 10 Her Story II (2006)

Christa Miller

Judy Reyes

Mandy Moore

A number of women dressed in an interesting manner

Series 5 Episode 13 My Five Stages (2006)

Sarah Chalke

Series 5 Episode 14 My Own Personal Hell (2006)

Judy Reyes

Sarah Chalke

Series 5 Episode 15 My Extra Mile (2006)

Judy Reyes

Maria Menounos

Series 5 Episode 16 My Bright Idea (2006)

Judy Reyes

Series 5 Episode 18 My New Suit (2006)

Sarah Chalke

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Brainscan's notes:

I have created some unusual stuff, all of which comes from European sex comedies from the 70s and early 80s.  It seems a survival tactic used by studios in the U.K., Germany and Italy from 1968 to somewhere near 1983 was to churn out low budget movies that had some patina of humor around one nude scene after another.  The Germans made nine movies with the title, Schoolgirl Report, which meant less humor and more skin, and the English had about 111 movies starring Robin Askwith, all of which began with The Confessions Of or ended with On Board.  But the Italians were the masters here, with a rotating cast of beautiful gals, some of whom were Miss Italy in one or another beauty contest.  And the humor always - I do mean always - involved a fat, balding, inept schlub who found himself in the presence of a naked goddess.  Gotta figure these things cost about 100,000 lire to make and grossed no more than 5 times that much.  Still, each is the kind of movie that we readers of the Funhouse cannot ignore and cannot resist.

Antonella Murgia




Johnny's comments:
Wow! A new release.

Tarnation is an Australian comedy horror homage to Evil Dead where Oscar (Daisy Masterman) is sacked from her band while her boyfriend unceremoniously dumps her. Her flatmate Rain (Danae Swinburne) convinces her to tag along to a cabin in the woods with her and her boyfriend, plus some bloke that Rain has set her up with. Well, it turns out that an unicorn that is demonically possessed is waiting for Oscar's blood to complete the cycle of bringing Satan back to Earth. Not before long, everyone but Oscar has being turned into demons and now she must fight to survive with only the help of a wheelchair bound sharp-shooter (Emma-Louise Wilson), who may or may not be possessed herself.

Entirely silly movie that in no way takes itself seriously, but it doesn't mean it's a good movie. There are a few laughs throughout, but there is so much nonsense going on, it becomes tough to like. All the band stuff is fairly annoying but then it ends with a rap battle which is just excruciating to watch. Shame really because I don't mind the director's previous female driven movies MurderDrome and Fight Like A Girl (must get around to SheBorg Massacre one of these days).

Danae Swinburne film clip (collages below)

Hanna Alstrom and Happy Jankell in Ted (2018) in 1080hd



Anna Borchert in West of Hell (2018) in 1080hd

Sara Giacalone and Levana Laverdure in Birthmarked (2018) in 720p



Lea Freund in Country Girls (2018) in 720p
(Just blurry nipples, but this is a kids' show!)

Lindsay Pattison and Genevieve Dupont in Another Wolf Cop (2017) in 1080hd
Really, can there be too many wolf cops?

Mantha Balourdou in Happy Birthday (2016) in 1080hd

Cecile de France in Mobius (2013) in 720p

Angie Everhart in Take Me Home Tonight (2011) in 1080hd