Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

I will have to discuss these films another time. As it stands, it is now about two hours later than I would like it to be, so here are the pictures. As you'll see in a minute, I kept very busy today!

Flesh for Frankenstein (1973):

This has just been released in a new DVD. Director Paul Morrissey supervised the clean-up and transfer, and the film is now represented in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio. Film looks great. Morrissey also does a full-length commentary (which was already in the Criterion Collection version). Morrissey also makes some new recollections, and talks over an excellent stills gallery and a very brief screen test for one of the minor players.

Dalila Di Lazzaro
Monique van Vooren
Fiorella Masselli
Imelde Marini
Rosita Torosh


Flesh for Frankenstein (stills gallery)

Dalila Di Lazzaro
Monique van Vooren
Fiorella Masselli
Imelde Marini
Rosita Torosh

The Candy Snatchers (1973)

This one is on home media for the first time, restored and remastered from the negative. It looks fan-fucking-tastic for a 30 year old movie made for about 37 cents.

Susan Sennett
Tiffany Bolling


These are not my captures. I picked the raw caps out of alt.binaries.nude.celebrities.female, and played with some of them a bit. Others I didn't touch at all. Some of them are far better quality than anything we have seen before from the same films/shows.

Mimi Rogers in The Door in the Floor
Kim Basinger in The Door in the Floor
Carla Gallo in Carnivale
Kelly Lynch in The L Word
Kiki Dunst in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


I did a lot of clean-up on old volumes, including Sennett and Bolling if you are curious about the rest of their careers (see above). There are about 300 new pics. All volumes changed today and the past two weeks are highlighted in yellow.

Crimson Ghost

Captures and comments from the Ghost
Nitchie Barrett in the movie "A Time to Die."
Bonnie Mak in "Highlander 3."


'Caps and comments by Hankster:

Today we have Glori-Anne Gilbert from "Lust Connection" as she proudly displays her Robo-Hooters. There's a little hair color change in the final scenes as she plays the twin sister of her character. Gee what a novel idea.

There's more of Glori-Anne from "Lust Connection" back in the archives on July 10th.


Sweet picture of Rhona Mitra
More "posed paparazzi" or whatever you call these things from the Brit Tabloids - Lucy Pinder
Movie Reviews


Here are the latest movie reviews available at


  • The yellow asterisks indicate that I wrote the review, and am deluded into thinking it includes humor.
  • If there is a white asterisk, it means that there isn't any significant humor, but I inexplicably determined there might be something else of interest.
  • A blue asterisk indicates the review is written by Tuna (or Junior or Brainscan, or somebody else besides me)
  • If there is no asterisk, I wrote it, but am too ashamed to admit it.

Other Crap

"this year's Visions of Science Photographic Awards" Kool!!

The Smoking Gun has Tom DeLay's conspiracy indictment.

Film with word "Muslim" in title stirs controversy. "Comedian Albert Brooks says a very unfunny thing happened on his way to making a new film called Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World -- the studio panicked over the title. "

A strange parody of 2001: A Space Odyssey, starring ... Mr Bill!!!!

Dan Rather: Fraudulent Document Update (SNL parody.)

Internet Hoax Snares Tom Cruise

Morning in the South: a stolen ambulance, a guy in a makeshift Halloween doctor outfit, and a dead deer hooked up to an IV

Haven't we done enough to emasculate our Native Americans without this? Glooscap of the Mi'kmaq will soon lose his illusory giant penis. By the way, I love their song: "With a Mi'kmaq, pattywhack, give your dog a bone ..."

A new clip from Aeon Flux, the Charlize Theron comic adaptation.

The trailer and a clip from Domino. (I haven't seen it, but the trailer is pretty cool. It looks like a technically brilliant film, as you would expect from Tony Scott.)

  • "Keira Knightley stars in the wild action thriller 'Domino,' the latest project from director Tony Scott ('Man on Fire,' 'Beverly Hills Cop II,' 'True Romance'). A trademark Scott film, 'Domino' presents an entertaining mix of gritty action, biting comedy and sharp visuals. The film tells the true story of Domino Harvey, daughter of legendary actor Laurence Harvey and a former Ford model who rejected her privileged Beverly Hills life to become a bounty hunter."

Joan Baez - cussin' like a sailor?

1500 Kate Moss magazine covers in a rapid-fire montage

Rebuttal to the nutter site below: "A Boeing 757 Struck the Pentagon"

Interesting .......... if you're into conspiracy theories ............. "Where is the Airplane that crashed into the Pentagon...? Where are the airplane parts? Go on this website and watch this it quickly as it has been pulled off several websites already - and YOU'LL SEE WHY!"

Rolling Stone profiles Evangeline Lilly

MovieJuice! reviews Flightplan

The Daily Show: March of the Peaceniks

The Daily Show: "Energy conservation -- harder for Bush to say than it is for us to do."

Jon Stewart talks to Viggo

Samantha Bee talks to a trucker who says The Man won't let him throw his piss out the window.

Gwyneth Paltrow is lookin' mighty scary lately.

German porn shoot in Ferris Wheel stuns Italian tourists

SI ranks the Tampa Bay Bucs #4. Italian tourists are shocked!

"Japanese scientists have photographed for the first time in the wild a live giant squid". Either that or they were filming porn. Either way, the Italian tourists were shocked.

"SECONDHAND FAT KILLS! ... It's more deadly than smoke "

  • "... For years, doctors have been baffled by the high number of heart attack deaths of extremely skinny people, who were married to fatties or living with whale-size family members. "

Hollywood warms to Capote

The Smoking Gun: Pamela Anderson seeks restraining order against creep, but I'm hoping my lawyers can fight it.

Eight charged in theft of "Star Wars" movie

New York Magazine - Conan O'Brien on the Couch - How the Embodiment of New York Comedy Won Over Middle America

"America's Steamy Showering Habits and Preferences"

The trailer for The Ringer (Johnny Knoxville pretends to be mentally challenged in order to rig the Special Olympics)

  • I can't believe I caught myself laughing at this!
  • "When Steve Barker (Johnny Knoxville) finds himself running dead last in the corporate rat race, he sinks to an all time low...he attempts to rig the Special Olympics by pretending to be intellectually challenged. But, Barker is completely out-classed by his fellow Olympians, who are not only better athletes; they're just plain better people. And they're on to him. But rather than rat-out the rat, they join forces with him to once and for all beat Jimmy, the cocky reigning champion of the annual games. With a work-out regime uniquely their own, they train Barker to go for the gold and, in the process, show him what's at the heart of a true winner."

"BROWNIE" ISSUES 2,000-PAGE BOOK OF PEOPLE HE BLAMES ... Points Finger at President, Local Officials, Angelina Jolie

"Jennifer Aniston has reportedly turned to Gandhi to help her get over Brad Pitt."

  • She obviously has a thing for shirtless guys.

US Supreme Court agrees to hear Anna Nicole Smith's case. One guy had a funny comment on He wrote, "and you thought Clarence Thomas had no pull on the court!"

A video clip of Phoebe Cates in Fast Times at Ridgemont High

A video clip of Julianne Moore in Short Cuts

2005 NFL Cheerleading Tour- Day 14: Kansas City Chiefs.

First let me start off by apologizing for the lack of an update yesterday. My Verizon DSL shut me down yesterday...much like the Denver defense shut down the Kansas City Chiefs offense Monday night.

With that in mind, we head off to Kansas City. The Chiefs were first known as the Dallas Texans before moving to KC, and was also the second AFL/AFC team to win the Super Bowl. The franchise is beloved by the city and Chiefs games are an institution on Sundays. It was even voted the best tailgate party in America by the Commissioner of Tailgating.

The great history and love of this franchise is reflected in the web site for the Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders. I love the roster photo and how each of the ladies names are highlighted when you run the mouse over it. The bio section is nice (not the nicest layout reviewed) and each lady has more than just one picture available. The Game Action section is the first of its kind reviewed this season. You can watch your favorite routine from home games! The Behind the Scenes section is a place where you can see more pictures and videos of the ladies. The squad looks busy when not performing at games. The Appearance section is full, but I would like to see the girls names linked to pictures of them. This squad has some heat (Trisha, Huong, Laura, and Tracee, to name a few), but could use a little more. The history section has some classic retro photos. These girls have come a long way!

Rating 8.0 out of 10.


Pat Reeder

Pat's comments in yellow:


*  House Majority Leader Tom Delay temporarily stepped down after being indicted on one charge of conspiring in a campaign finance scheme in Texas, but he said he's innocent and the target of a partisan Democrat prosecutor

...Just Delay's luck: the only Democratic officeholder left in Texas turns out to be a D.A.!

...If they could only find ONE instance of campaign finance chicanery, he might be the most honest person in Congress.

*  Wednesday, the US Treasury unveiled a $10 bill with new color touches to thwart counterfeiters, such as a subtle orange background and splashes of red and yellow

...Also, it now has Geena Davis' picture on it

And It'll Need Shots For All Viruses - Researchers at MIT are trying to put computers into the hands of poor kids around the world by developing a laptop that works under all conditions.  It could be folded up into the size of a lunch box, have a glare-resistant screen for outdoor use, be powered by a hand crank when there's no electricity, be "absolutely indestructible" and cost $100.  The chief researcher said they would continue trying to bring the price down because in some parts of the world, $100 is still too expensive.

*  And yet, the laptop I paid $2,000 for has to go into the repair shop if you sneeze anywhere near it.
*  Children in the most remote, impoverished areas of the world will be able to get on the Internet and see pictures of food.

We Don't Mind Gay Men Down Under! - The student association of Australia's University of New England has appointed the nation's first "heterosexuality officer" to safeguard straight rights.  Straights aren't being oppressed, but it's a backlash against a boom in gay and lesbian groups who get funding from student fees.  The post went to Dave Allen, a kangaroo-hunting, beer-drinking law student who said he has nothing against gay people, he just thinks "it's crap" that every group wants a separate place to hang out.  He said, "Just come down the pub and have a few beers with us."

*  "Just don't hit on us, and everyone leaves healthy...Oh, and don't order a wine spritzer."
*  The right to sit around the pub and drink beer is the only right straight men care about safeguarding.

The Ideal Location: Anywhere But New Orleans - A team of scientists at MIT used complex experiments and elaborate mathematical formulas to determine the perfect recipe for making a sandcastle.  They used rotating, transparent drums containing sand of varying moisture levels to calculate the precise inherent stability of wet sand.  They found that the ideal sandcastle building material would be eight parts sand mixed with one part water.  They said the study has many other applications, too, such as in wet milling processes and controlling debris flow.

*  But let's face it: they did it to make sandcastles.
*  My recipe is eight parts sand, one part water, five parts cement.
*  For MIT geeks, molding a fantasy woman out of sand is very, very important.
*  Something tells me these lab guys never got over the bullies kicking their sandcastles down.

Fox Is Turning It Into A Series - Feminist Martha Burk, who protested the barring of women from the Augusta National Golf Tournament, is now slamming a TV ad by the National Hockey League.  It announces the return of hockey by showing a scantily-clad woman in a candlelit room, dressing a man in a hockey uniform and saying, "It's time."  Burk says it's an offensive combination of sexism and violence, and the woman is a "sexual ornament." An NHL spokeswoman expressed surprise at her reaction, saying, "This ad is very respectful of women.  The woman is a spiritual and physical trainer for the warrior, and his mentor."

*  Well, physical trainer, anyway...
*  And also a Hooters girl!
*  NBC has agreed to air it...Not hockey games, just the ad... They're running it during "Joey" to get the viewers back.
*  An offensive combination of sexism and violence?  But that's what hockey IS!

It Was Easy, The Theaters Were Empty - Curtis Salisbury, 19, of St. Louis, Missouri, is the first person charged under a new federal law against copying movies in theaters and distributing them on the Internet.  A former theater employee, Salisbury pleaded guilty and could be fined $250,000 and imprisoned for up to three years for using a camcorder to make bootleg copies of "The Perfect Man" and "Bewitched" and putting them on the Internet.

*  But did a crime even take place if nobody ever downloaded the movies?
*  If he thought people couldn't wait for those to get to DVD, he should've pleaded insanity.

Under Cover Of The Night - The New York Post reports that a lookalike claiming to be Mick Jagger got VIP treatment at the hot dance club Spirit, including free drinks, a bodyguard, and some time alone in a restroom with three female "fans" before he left and the owners realized he wasn't Mick Jagger.  He was actually a few pounds heavier and a little younger.

*  And he left in a 1974 AMC Gremlin.
*  The three women were furious!  That meant the sex they had in the bathroom was meaningless!


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