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"Blow Out" (1981)

Blow Out (1981) was reviewed by Scoopy, and I have little to add, other than he enjoyed it more than I did. I found Allen's character too stupid to care about, and, in my opinion, Travolta had not yet learned to act. The film was, as Scoopy said, beautifully shot. I will second the C+ rating.

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  • Amanda Cleveland (1, 2, 3)
  • Missy O'Shae (1, 2)
  • Nancy Allen (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    "Dead Simple" (2000)

    Dead Simple (2000) is a marvelous black comedy filmed in Alberta, Canada, and staring Daniel Stern as a henpecked motel owner/country singer wanabee. James Caan plays a despicable singer/scoundrel. Lacey Kohl is Caan's wife, who passes out on stage during an open mike night, and Caan dumps her along side the road, then goes back and picks up Carrie Schiffler, another performer. Stern takes Kohl home. Kohl smells money to be made, kills Stern's obnoxious wife, and buries her in the flower bed. Many others are planted before the film is over.

    Schiffler shows her breasts in a lengthy scene with Caan, and Kohl shows her buns, and lots of cleavage. The film features lots of country music. The current IMDB score is 7/8/10, but is sure to drop when more people vote. Filmcritic.com awards 3 1'2 stars. It had no theatrical release, and premiered at the Seattle film festival. I enjoyed it beginning to end. It teaches no great truth, but entertained me thoroughly. What more can you ask of a comedy? C+

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  • Carrie Schiffler (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Lacey Kohl (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    The Hasselhoff watch: Day 6. 

    The Hammer House of Horror is a an obscure TV series that was on British telly in 1980. You've probably never seen any of this before. I didn't even know that Hammer Films made any TV shows.

    The Howling (1980) is another one of the MGM genre pics from the 80's, all of which are now finding their way to DVD. This one disappoints. I remembered that it was pretty good, but it doesn't seem so now. The DVD has no extras, and the movie hasn't held up well. The once-impressive effects, from before the PC age, are now laughable. The social satire has lost its context, and the wolf costumes look like that guy who chases the Roadrunner around until the little fucker runs through a painted tunnel. A film once considered quite funny is now reviewed by young guys who wonder why anyone ever thought so. And they are right to do so. It was funny if you watched it in 1980. It isn't now, except when Wily Coyote appears, and that isn't intentional. 

    I guess you had to be there.

    The Beast Within (1982) is yet another 1980's MGM movie with pneumatic transformations. Unlike The Howling, an inventive movie which just doesn't seem as good now, The Beast Within was a really bad movie which now seems even worse. Maltin gives it no stars, and that might be a bit high. The costumes and transformations are laughably bad, and the script makes no sense at all. My kind of movie.

    • Bibi Besch (1, 2, 3)
    • Katherine Moffat's body double. I'm accepting at face value the conclusion of The Bare Facts that Besch did her scene while Moffat used a body double. If anyone has other info, please let me know.

    Florence Darel Topless in scenes from the "Les Moissons de l'océan" (1998).

    Charlotte de Turckheim Side breast view in a shower scene from the 1981 French movie, "Le Maître d'école".

    Sophie Marceau A very young Sophie in scenes from "Joyeuses Pâques" (1984). Nut51 'caps the Bond babe going topless.

    Anne Roumanoff More French toplessness. This time from "Le Censeur du lycée d'Epinal" (1997).

    Isabelle Mergault
    (1, 2, 3)

    Over 20 frames of Isabelle's breasts in these collages from "Pour 100 briques t'as plus rien" (1982).

    Ingrid Chauvin Excellent breasts on display in scenes from "Méditerranée".

    Anouk Aimée

    Carol Martine

    Schmutzfink sets the way-back machine to 1949 with these 'caps from the French movie "The Lovers of Verona". Explicit screen nudity for the time!

    Marlene Dietrich A nude pose with side breast exposure.


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  • More fashion scans from the master (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

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    Isabella Rossellini Topless in "Blue Velvet".

    A few comments by Donbun:
    Third time I've capped this film, yet the first time I've included this scene - too hard (for me) to get good caps on VHS. Praise the Lord for DVD ;) Hope you enjoy and LOTS more to come (2 gigs of raw caps and 3 days till school starts). Some truly unusual stuff to come. Enjoy.

    Courtney Thorne-Smith
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    Before "Melrose Place" and "Ally McBeal", Courtney made a little movie called "Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise" (1987). Courtney was about 19 or 20 when she made this movie, and looked absolutely fantastic in her bikini. Of course in typical "Nerds" fashion, her character fell for the dork, and the audience is repulsed by her kissing Robert Carradine. Thankfully, The Night didn't include any 'caps from that kissing scene, and we thank him for that.

    Lisa Bauer
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    Mary Louise Weller
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Pillow fighting sorority babes
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    Sarah Holcomb

    Plenty of toplessness in scenes from the comedy classic "Animal House". DVD 'caps by El Kabong.

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