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"Blood from the Mummy's Tomb" (1971)

Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) is from the Hammer horror/mystery/sci-fi factory. It is the story of a curse by an Egyptian Goddess placed on a group of scientists that discovered her tomb. It is of special interest to one of the scientists, as his daughter was born at the exact moment they discovered and pronounced the Goddess's name, Tera, and is destined to become her reincarnation. Valerie Leon plays the daughter and the Goddess, and is shown jumping out of bed with her boyfriend and getting dressed. Her breasts are seen in poor light, but there is a long look at her buns.

The object is to gather sacred objects (each member of the expedition has one), and collect them in the same room as the sarcophagus. At this point, something wondrous is to happen, but everyone disagrees as to what. The plot is every bit as lame as it sounds, even though it is based on Jewel of the Seven Stars by Bram Stocker. The set decoration and photography is rather nice, as is the DVD transfer. This is a solid genre film, and nothing more. C.

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  • Valerie Leon (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

    "Chocolat" (2000)

    Chocolat (2000) is the big DVD release for next week, and is the last of last year's Best Picture nominees to come to DVD. I had not seen it in the theater, so was anxious to screen it. It is a charming story of a woman (Juliet Binoche) who comes with her daughter to a small French town, and has the audacity not only to not go to the Catholic Church, but to open a chocolate shop during Lent. This makes he many enemies, most especially the Count who runs the town and its morals. There is something special about her chocolates, though. With a combination of knowledge of Myan herbal cures using chocolate and a few other ingredients, and an intuitive understanding of people, she is able to suggest their favorite chocolate treat, and one that will help them solve their problems. Of course she supplements the herbs effectiveness by being a good listener.

    I was fine with the story, even though it would probably appeal more to women, and the photography and art direction was superb. Jonny Depp proved once again that he can do something with any role. My only problem with this film was the pace -- it was very slow, and didn't have to be. Christianne Gadd had very brief and dark breast exposure in a flashback scene as Juliet's mother, a Myan herbalist.

    Now that I have seen all of last years nominees, here is my take on the best picture category:

    1) Erin Brockovich
    2) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    3) Chocolat
    4) Traffic
    5) Gladiator

    I still think Almost Famous was better than any of them. Chocolat is rated 7.5/10 at IMDB. Critics are divided. Berardinelli gives two stars, while Ebert says three. The film did 0ver $71m in the US alone. I will say C+. It is a good looking film, with some interesting characters, but is very slow.

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  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    Two viewers wrote in to say that I missed a critical bit of nudity in State and Main. Even after they told me where it was, I still missed it! Luckily, the greatest advance of the 20th century, the pause button, allowed me to zero in on the sucker. Good movie, by the way. An intelligent satire of the movie industry which portrays Hollywood filming in a small town. David Mamet shows his usual eye for the foibles of mankind, but this time he layers in additional depth by adding some respect for his characters, and even some warmth. I liked the movie a lot.


    Bongwater is supposed to be some kind of stoner comedy, I guess, but isn't even remotely funny. Maybe it's a stoner tragedy. I think that would make it the top film in its genre. I don't remember Aristotle setting down any unities for Stoner Tragedies, so I guess the filmmakers are free to experiment . I hung in for a while, hoping for some laughs, but I was reaching for the fast forward within 20 minutes of the start, and rarely letting go.

    • Alicia Witt (not naked)
    • The immortal "Muffy". That's her whole name. Not Elizabeth R Muffy or Muffy Castro, but simply Muffy. Hey, could I make up anything that silly? C'mon, did Tarzan need a last name? He didn't need to be Robert Q Tarzan or Tarzan Schwartz, right? If he didn't need another name, why, then does Muffy?


    The Last Best Sunday is another sincere, serious movie from an unexpected director. Yesterday, our guest director was one of those Bill and Ted guys. Today, it's one of those Ralph and Potsie guys. To be more precise, it's Don Most, the artist formerly known as Donny "Ralph Malph" Most from Happy Days, directing a dark socially-conscious drama about murder, homosexual rape, and two lonely souls finding each other too late to avoid tragic consequences. 

    Hey, come to think of it, that was an episode of Happy Days ...

    ... until Fonzie punched the jukebox and made all the evil naughty badness go bye-bye.

    • Angela Bettis (1, 2, 3)

    Honte's site is updated

    Nikki Fritz
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    Excellent breast exposure from one of the queens of B-movies in scenes from "Secret Pleasures" by Donbun.

    Bobbie Phillips One more by Donbun...topless and full frontal views in scenes from "The Hustle".

    "V.I.P." babes Molly Culver, Pam Anderson, Natalie Raitano, and Leah Lail. Plenty of cleavage and bikinis in these 'caps by Jedilein.

    Sarah Michelle Gellar Whyscan believes that there is more to see here than just acres of cleavage in these 'caps from "Cruel Intentions". I'm not so sure about that. But the view is still quite lovely.

    Amanda Donohoe
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Fantastic new 'caps by Watty of Amanda running around nekkid and tan in scenes from "Castaway" (1987). Breasts can be seen in all 4, bum in links #1 and #4, and pubes in #4.

    Sylva Koscina Dann takes us on a trip back in time to 1974. Here is a great collage featuring Sylva topless in scenes from "The House of Exorcism".

    Kimber Sissons
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    All three B's in scenes from the Skinemax flick, "Who Killed Buddy Blue?" (1996). Breasts and pubes are easy to find in all four of these. Kimber's bum makes a brief appearance in link #4. Thanks to Scorpion.

    Angie Everhart
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    Fantastic 'caps by Hugo with Angie baring her breasts in scenes from "The Substitute 4".

    Mia Sara
    (1, 2)

    Topless in scenes from "The Set-Up". Vidcaps by Jotell.

    Georgina Grenville A beautiful topless scan of the supermodel by Blackshine.

    Joan Chen Topless and bald in scenes from "You Seng" aka "Temptation of a Monk" (1993). Thanks to Don Juan.

    Rosanna Arquette Rosanna looking great in black undies, and topless too in scenes from "Black Rainbow" (1990).

    Renée Coleman Brief, but nice topless scene in 'caps from "Who's Harry Crumb?" (1989), by DeVo.

    The Funnies by Tuna
  • Quotes of the Day

    "I was dating this girl for two years--and right away the nagging starts: 'I wanna know your name.'"
    --Mike Binder

    "When I'm driving here I see a sign that says, CAUTION: SMALL CHILDREN PLAYING. I slow down, and then it occurs to me: I'm not afraid of small children."
    --Jonathan Katz

    "Hockey is a sport for white men. Basketball is a sport for black men. Golf is a sport for white men dressed like black pimps."
    --Tiger Woods

    "My girlfriend always laughs during sex no matter what she's reading."
    --Steve Jobs (Founder: Apple Computers)


    The National Transportation Safety Board recently divulged they had covertly funded a project with the U.S. auto maker for the past five years, whereby the auto makers were installing black boxes in four-wheel drive pick-up trucks in an effort to determine, in fatal accidents, the circumstances in the last 15 seconds before the crash.

    They were surprised to find in 49 of the 50 states the last words of drivers in 74.7 percent of fatal crashes were, "Oh, SH**!"

    Only the state of Texas was different, where 92.3 percent of the final words were, "Hey Y'all, hold my beer and watch this!"

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