TV Round Up

True Blood

(third party videos)

Anna Paquin seems determined to challenge Emmanuelle Beart for the all-time record of "most time naked on screen." Our kind of woman!

(Actually, she may have a tough time of that because the clock is ticking. I just looked up her age, thinking she was 24 or something. She's 29. Damn, she wasted a lot of years before getting nekkid.)

Anna in True Blood, s4e8 (third party 720p, see below)


  • * 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.




Looking for Mr Goodbar


Diane Keaton in 640x480 vids. See below.



Film Clips

Here are a few cam-quality looks at The Change-Up, the new body-switching comedy with Jason Bateman and Van Wilder. According to everything I've read, Leslie Mann's breasts have been CGI-enhanced. I can't tell you how much is Leslie and how much is special effects, but her contribution could be minimal.

Leslie Mann (see below)

Olivia Wilde (see below)

Taaffe O'Connell (see below)

Mircea Monroe (see below)


Taylor Swift in concert this weekend. This video is circulating virally around the internet, but it's nothing special. The wind blows up her skirt, ala Marilyn Monroe, and we see -- the dreaded granny panties!

Heather Montanez in The Dead and the Damned (2010). See below.

Camille Montgomery in The Dead and the Damned (2010). See below.

Noomi Rapace in The Girl Who Played with Fire (2009) in 1080p. See below.

Yasmine Garbi and Noomi Rapace in The Girl Who Played with Fire (2009) in 1080p. See below.

Tania Kloek and Anne Denolf in Team Spirit II (2003). See below.

Anne Louise Hassing in Kaerlighedens smerte (1992). See below.

Judy Geeson in Horror Planet (1982). See below.




Die zweite Heimat holds the record for "the longest film to be screened commerically without interruptions." According to Guinness, it was more than 25 hours long, and was playing in Munich theaters in September of 1992.

It was also aired on European television in late 1992 as a 13-episode mini-series.

Ute Cremer in Die Zweite Heimat

Carolin Fink in Die Zweite Heimat

Salome Kammer in Die Zweite Heimat

Irene Kugler in Die Zweite Heimat

Gisela Mueller in Die Zweite Heimat

Anke Sevenich in Die Zweite Heimat

Noemi Steuer in Die Zweite Heimat

Franziska Traub in Die Zweite Heimat