(2007 or 2008)

Postal is the latest from the notorious Dr. Uwe Boll, who is by reputation the film industry's greatest financial wizard and worst director. He has an uncanny ability to raise vast sums of money for his films by exploiting tax loopholes, investment shelters, and the incentives posted by national film boards. Unfortunately, most people feel that Dr. Boll, like Dr. Frankenstein, uses his genius for evil instead of good. He uses that money to make films adapted from video games, and those movies have been consistently and predictably despised by those who hate the very idea of films being made from video games, but they are also reviled by the fans of the games. That makes Boll-bashing one of the few things that critics and fanboys can always agree upon. Dr. Boll has never scored a perfect zero at Rotten Tomatoes, which evaluates how many critics like a given movie, but his adaptation of Alone in the Dark came heartbreakingly close with a score of 1%, and no Boll movie has ever received more than 11% positive reviews from the critics. On the fanboy side, three of Boll's films are rated in the all-time bottom 100 at IMDb, which is the ultimate fanboy barometer. (Three other Uwe Boll films are very close to that list!)

His previous video game adaptations have either been horror/splatter films or sword and sorcery epics, and have taken themselves reasonably seriously. Postal is (loosely) based on a game, but is a whole 'nother kettle of crawdads. It is a raunchy, offensive, lowbrow comedy which deliberately flouts as many taboos as possible. It begins, for example, with a comic scene in which the 9/11 hijackers are debating whether there are enough virgins in paradise to make martyrdom worthwhile. Just as they decide to abandon the whole jihad thing and fly to the Bahamas, the American passengers use brute force to storm through the cockpit door to take back the plane. Unfortunately, the passengers do not believe the hijackers about the new flight plan, and the ensuing struggle for the controls causes the plane to veer into the World Trade Center.

That gives you the idea. The film is as tasteless and politically incorrect as possible, and deliberately so, even when there are no laughs to mine. The transgressive subject matter is designed to promote itself with controversy. Boll, who co-wrote the script, ridicules Americans, Germans, religion, Moslems, the handicapped, dwarfs, big business, and even himself (he has a small role, playing himself). The entire film is an in-your-face act of provocation. When it is not insulting people, it is indulging in crass displays of bodily functions like bowel movements and sex acts involving morbidly obese people. All of it is presented with as much nudity, violence and foul language as is possible in the film's context.


Yes, it does have a plot, of sorts. A down-and-out trailer park denizen and his uncle, the leader of a bogus religious cult, conspire to end their financial woes by hijacking a shipment of the hottest toys on the American market: the Crotchy Dolls. (Don't ask.) Unfortunately for them, the Taliban have hatched a parallel scheme to use the same dolls to distribute an incurable disease throughout America. The two groups compete for the booty, while various crazy Americans attempt to prevent both groups from achieving their goals.

The film isn't as bad as you might expect from Dr. Boll. Of the films Boll has made since 2003, Postal rates the highest at Rotten Tomatoes. 9% of the reviews were positive - more than double Boll's previous high rating, which was 4%, and I think that the 9% score is actually a hair low and probably includes some built-in anti-Boll prejudice. I'd say that Postal is a better movie than the directly comparable Love Guru, for example, which drew about 14% positive reviews.  Boll has a sense of humor, and the film does deliver some laughs, especially when it features the guy who plays bin Laden (Seinfeld's "soup Nazi"). Boll is a smart man and some of the ideas are damned clever, like a scene with bin Laden attending a presentation by one of those motivational speakers, taking diligent notes, and trying to buy the books until his credit card is rejected - all of which reminded me of the humor in the early Woody Allen comedies like Bananas.

Where Postal stops short of being a really good film is in the execution and timing. Many scenes go on long after the joke has been exhausted, and every single scene is lacking in subtlety. Sometimes that sledgehammer approach to comedy can be brutally and blackly effective, as in the pre-credits 9/11 scene described above, but most of the time it's just kind of disgusting. I don't really need to spend much time watching a stark naked Dave Foley take a public dump while he discusses his finances with his top advisor, who grimaces at the sights and smells of Dave's unsavory excretion ritual. If the joke had been a throwaway, it could have been funny, but prolonging it morphed it from disgustingly funny to just plain disgusting, and the hammy advisor was allowed to play directly to the camera with enough exaggerated facial expressions to embarrass Zero Mostel.

Here are the film clips with female nudity. Spaz has provided the ID's, as follows: "Holly Eglington is the topless woman; Lucie Guest is bottomless; Michaela Mann is in the blue top; and Julia Sandberg shows bethonged buns while eating out Holly."



  • * 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.









From the flick "Rapturious" we have a gal with only two credits at IMDB. Elisabeth Stephan has some very delicious melons on display. Hope to see more of her.




Fox Business News (???!!!)


Then something different, for you leg lovers out there ( the guys that watch the news channels all day). Here's Alexis Glick of the "Fox Business News" channel showing some nice leg & thigh.



Notes and collages

Pacific Heights


Beverly D'Angelo








Abre Los Ojos


Penelope Cruz film clips, collages follow







Death on Demand


Amateur mountain climber Sean McIntyre returns from a climb after having killed his guide in an accident. He believed the guy was a Yeti. Apparently, things didn't get better when he got home, so Sean murdered his entire family, then hung himself. Twenty years later, an enterprising college student offers a prize of $5,000 to a group of three couples. The winner is whoever is able to spend the entire night in the supposedly haunted house where the killings took place. To spice things up, one of the contestants is a porn star hired to make things interesting. She is paired up with a female geek known to be gay, while the other two couples are football players and their girlfriends. To no one's surprise, McIntyre's ghost shows up, and he's still in a bad mood after twenty years. One-by-one, the contestants dwindle.

Think of every negative adjective you've ever used to describe a bad horror flick, and it probably applies to Death on Demand. The story is lame and very predictable, the acting is horrible, actually almost non-existent, and half of the movie is so dark you can barely see it. So what's the good news? Not much, but there is nudity, and it's not too bad. That, unfortunately, is not enough to keep this stinker afloat, but it sure as hell helps. Watch it for the nudity, with the fast-forward button handy. You'll use it (a lot).

Anne McDaniels Krista Grotte Sara Christal







This section will present film clips to accompany Charlie's collages (which are found in his own site). Yesterday was Cecile Day. Today is Caroline day.







Part Two


High Fidelity

There is topless nudity in High Fidelity (2000) but it is hidden.

Catherine Zeta-Jones is facing away from the camera

and Iben Hjejle has the hands over the boobs trick.


Totally Awesome

Zara Taylor flashes her breasts in Totally Awesome (2006)

Brittany Daniel

and Dominique Swain flash their underwear.


Burn Notice

Some caps from the second series of Burn Notice (2008). Pokies and cleavage by Gabrielle Anwar in the episode Breaking and Entering

and a bit of cleavage by her in the episode Turn and Burn.


The Erotic Traveller

Today's soft core are caps from two episodes of The Erotic Traveller (2007).

The Girl from Jimena.

Gizele Mendez is naked



Molded Image.

Tiffany Taylor

Kaylani Lei

and Divini Rae are naked



Will and Grace

Debra Messing was one of the good things in Will and Grace and she
was willing to show it, particularly in the early seasons. The
following caps are from the first season.

Episode 1 - The Pilot

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 2 - A New Lease on Life

Debra Messing - looking good

Megan Mullally - cleavage

Episode 3 - Head Case

Debra Messing - cleavage

Episode 7 - Where's there's a Will, there's No Way

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 8 - The Buying Games

Debra Messing - looking good

Megan Mullally - cleavage

Episode 9 - The Truth about Will and Dogs

Debra Messing - pokies

Episode 12 - My Fair Maid-Y

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 13 - The Unsinkable Mommy Adler

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 15 - Big Brother is Coming, Part II

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 16 - Yours, Mine or Ours

Debra Messing - a lot of leg

Episode 17 - Secrets & Lays

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 18 - Grace Replaced

Debra Messing - pokies

Episode 19 - Will Works Out

Debra Messing - cleavage

Episode 20 - Saving Grace

Debra Messing - looking good

Episode 21 - Alley Cats

Debra Messing - looking good



Following Spaz's comments, I have updated a couple of the caps from my last contribution. I agree with him that the other topless woman looks like Larissa Gomes but there is no way of confirming it from the movie.

CJ Fidler for Kylie Bax









Here are the film clips of Nadia Townsend.

The collages are below:







enter the DragonScan

Andrea Albani in El Pico II
Megan Brown in Mr Brooks
Beth Cordingly in Funland
Michelle Cormier and Stephany Sexton in The Naked Mile
Marg Helgenberger in Frame by Frame
Jaime Pressley in Poison Ivy III
Rene Russo in The Thomas Crown Affair
Jessica Snell in The American Poop Movie
Nixon Suicide in The Wizard of Gore
Shannon Tweed in Night Fire







Lily Allen again

Kate Beckinsale in a bikini (collage of images seen before)


Film Clips

Alice Krige in King David

The women of 27 Missing Kisses: Amaliya Mordvinova and Nutsa Kukhianidze

Angelina Jolie in Beowulf: the entire glorious scene in high-def. Oh, sure it's just CGI, but it's still hot stuff

Claire Danes in Stage Beauty, also in HD this time

Hermila Guedes in Ceu de Suely


Jenny Shimizu on Dante's Cove (stills right)