Happy Labor Day Weekend


  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Looking for Eileen


Today we have some hot full frontal nudity from Lysette Anthony as she shows it all in "Looking For Eileen". She is a cute one.

Scoop's note: I haven't seen her in years. Has anyone? She's only 44 and per IMDb she still makes an occasional TV appearance, although it's been years since she was in a film.






Notes and collages

Animal Instincts II


Shannon Whirry. Part 2 of ?











Enter the DragonScan

Ann Michelle in Virgin Witch
Penelope Cruz in Elegy
Soraia Chaves in Call Girl








These are #2 and #3 of five long clips from a hot episode of "Thrills" called "Dr Janet." It is episode 13 from season one, and first aired in (I think) 2001.

Monique Parent in Dr. Janet. Parts 2 and 3








This section will present film clips to accompany Charlie's collages (which are found in his own site).

Today's star is Elisa Servier in Die Insel der 1000 Freuden








Another really good film from Australia, Restraint keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Although the story isn't totally unique, nice twists and good acting keep it very interesting, and as a bonus, Teresa Palmer is quite beautiful.

Ron and Dale (Teresa Palmer) are on the run with a dead body in the back of their car. Things get worse when Ron kills a gas station attendant, so they decide to hole up somewhere. They find a huge estate that appears to be closed up, but it turns out the owner is there, bound to the house by his own private agoraphobic hell. Agoraphobia is a fear of public places and in some people like Andrew, an unwillingness to even walk out of the house.

Beaten and forced to cooperate, and desperate to be rid of the pair, Andrew offers a chance for them to retrieve forty thousand dollars, but for this to happen, Dale must impersonate his fiancÚ at the local bank, not just once but twice, because he has placed a twenty thousand per day limit on his account. Offering plenty of surprises and almost non-stop suspense, this is another worthwhile flick from down under.

Teresa Palmer