Mary-Louise Parker took a bath on camera. You can't really see what she has beneath the water, but her breasts are above the water, and you can see them from two different angles.

Today's clip and captures (below) are in high definition


The Killing Gene

(aka W Delta Z, 2007)

Total spoilers:

This may be the darkest movie I've ever seen. I'm aware that the word "dark" is ambiguous in that context, but it doesn't matter which definition you assume. In terms of visibility, this film is so dark David Fincher would have been advising them to add some lightbulbs. In thematic terms, this film is so dark it makes Fincher's SE7EN look like a remake of The Sound of Music. I've seen other films referred to as Fincher Light. This one is Fincher Dark. It combines torture porn, a serial murderer, brutal rape, and scientific theories about human behavior and evolutionary biology.


That's right. Because she is tortured by a past experience, the killer is really into the hypothesis that species perpetuate themselves because selflessness is non-existent in nature. She is interested in studying further whether humans can rise above the animal level to sacrifice their own lives to save the one they love most. The killer manages to combine her love of science with revenge against the people who gang-raped her some years ago. Here's how she goes about it: with each of her victims, she tranquilizes and captures both the criminals and the people they love most: one guy and his pregnant girlfriend, one guy and his beloved granny, one woman and her five-year-old boy. She attaches the loved one to an electric chair and gives the criminal the switch. Then she tortures the criminal to death slowly - unless they flip the switch, in which case they are free to go. The final pair consists of the cop who deliberately bungled the rape investigation and his male lover, who happens to be one of the rapists. The cop is also the lead detective in the investigation of the serial killings.

The dramatic tension, if you want to call it that, comes in the last ten minutes of the film as the serial killer tortures the daylights out of the cop, while the cop's lover sits in the electric chair, wondering how long it will be before he gets the buzzer. Will the cop prove to be any more selfless than the lowlifes who all killed their loved ones? You'll just have to watch the film to find out.

It is a totally unpleasant and brutal film but, or maybe I should say "because of that" instead of "but," is a highly effective film in its way. The editing is taut, and it is supported by an evocative and appropriately unpleasant score. Even the dim lighting is apropos in the context. Stellan Skarsgard really committed to the part of the cop, offering ten minutes of nudity (including his penis), and developing a complex noir character with all kinds of dark issues. The film accomplishes everything it sets out to do, and does so very well.

I just can't imagine why anyone would want to do it.



If you downloaded the clips from this the other day, don't bother with mine. Same quality, same scenes.

Male nudity: extensive. Stellan Skarsgard did full frontal nudity in an extended scene of naked torture. Michael Liebmann is also naked (also with a penis involved) as a corpse.

Female nudity: almost none. Lauren Hood played a naked corpse. Selma Blair may have flashed some side-boob, but she really has no chest of any consequence, so there's nothin' to see of Selma except a brutal rape which has been edited to hide the nudity.


  • * 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.







Mirror Mirror 3: The Voyeur


The story involves a horny painter; his dead ex-girlfriend, who comes to life through a mirror; her dead gangster husband; the brother of the artist; a cop who is looking for stashed cash; and an art agent who is fucking both brothers.

That's who the story involves. What the story actually is, or is supposed to be I have no idea. The film is a mess of flashbacks, flash forwards and repeated scenes, making the story completely impossible to follow. Mirror, Mirror: The Voyeur is evidently the third, and by far the worst, in the Mirror, Mirror franchise. At least I assume it is the worst, because it is utter crapola, easily one of the ten worst films I have ever seen in a long life filled with bad movies.

Check that. I don't just ASSUME it is the worst in the series. I PRAY it is.

IMDb readers score it about two points high at 3.2.




Monique Parent and Elizabeth Baldwin show breasts and buns.











Michelle Bauer

part 3

Today's clips (and collages) are Brainscan's own, and come from Michelle's Nerd Classical Phase which was forecast by Nostradamus, and has been much discussed and analyzed by film critics ranging from Leonard Maltin to Conan's masturbating bear. Come to think of it, that's not a very wide range.

 Assault of the Party Nerds

 and Assault of the Party Nerds II











Shari Shattuck film clips.











Actress Blake Lively pays a visit to "Letterman." Lots of leg and some nice cleavage. Hope to see more
of her. Literally.






Notes and collages

The Doom Generation


Rose McGowan









This film was the grandfather of all the multi-celebrity nudity films, and it will take many days to cover it. Day Two features Nathalie Delon.

Film clip here. Collages below







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

More "famous pairs": either two films from one actress or two actresses from one film.

The most famous pair involves former A-listers Geraldine Chaplin and Dominique Sanda in Le Voyage en Douce.

Franci Camus in two films: La Java des Ombres and Passage Secret

Emelie de Preissac in Cellule Identite and Regarde Moi







Christine Nguyen in two immortal screen classics:


and Super Ninja Doll

Two women who showed some flesh in The Virgin and the Gypsy, but never before or after:

Harriet Harper

Joanna Shimkus

And a couple of purty gals flashing a bit in public:

Lynn Collins

and Karolina Kurkova


Film Clips

One of cable TV's greatest achievements: Catherine Bell nekkid in an episode of Hotline.

Niki Notarile in Blood and Sex Nightmare

Tomita Yasuko in Christ of Nanjing