The Canadian Fairy/Vampire series proved disappointing in episode 2.
Here's Anna Silk in Lost Girl.
Maybe you can see a nipple, maybe not.
Leslie, My Name is Evil
A Canadian indy film in the style of John Waters, which is to say a
deliberately transgressive one-dimensional black comedy ... about those wacky
jokers, the Manson family. Turns out those zany slayers of innocent people
were just misunderstood.
It's a poor film because it fails to strike a sensible balance between
making serious points and tongue-in-cheek comedy. It just seems to alternate
between the two at random. Worse still, it tends to equate Manson with the
violent society surrounding him, thus minimizing the difference between the
two, and thus making him seem to possess comparatively far less madness and
far less evil than history has previously chosen to assign him.
Even the nudity sucks. It's a bunch of
full frontals, but they are shot 60s-style, with distorted lenses and
colors, in order to simulate the perspective of someone on LSD. Frankly, I
don't even know if these are the girls who played the Manson family, or just
random women used as stand-ins.
The film is just a mess. It is possible that a comedy about Manson might
work, but it would have to be made by sensitive grown-ups who are capable of
complex thought. This film was not.