TV Round-Up

Holy shit. I gotta start watching 90210. There's a thought I never expected to have. Apparently AnnaLynne McCord wears a skimpy bikini in every episode. This time (s4e4, 720p) she also appears in see-through underpants.

I guess I'm not the only one with that thought, because they're already on season four of this crap.

Two more HD looks at Kristen Miller in the season premiere of Dexter



  • * 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.




You know what? Let's head to Ireland.

Sensation is a drama about Donal (Domhnall Gleeson, son of Brendan) whose father has just died and left him with the farm. Feeling lonely and desperate for female company, he finds a local escort service on the Internet and chooses Courtney (New Zealand actress Luanne Gordon). They meet and have relations and Donal becomes enraptured with her. When Courtney (real name Kim) is kicked out of her house, Donal helps her by letting her stay at his farm. While there, they hatch a plan to start their own escort service with the apartment Donal is given by a benefactor. They hire girls to join the service but things don't go to plan. It seems it's illegal to run an unlicensed escort service.

A rather small film with not a lot of ambition above telling a simple story about a lonely man and the prostitute he has fallen hard for. It's an OK film, but its lack of ambition stops the film from being better than it is. Donal is a rather ratty character, hard to find sympathy for even when a nice local girl (played by Kelly Campbell) takes a shine to him. He still wants his damaged goods.

Luanne Gordon film clips (collages below)

Tracey Green film clip, with Luanne Gordon (collage below)

Kelly Campbell film clip

Madeline Alexe and Rachel McGlone film clip




Caroline Andersen in Hjelp vi er russ (2011). Norwegian comedy, and apparently not an especially good one. I haven't seen it, but Wikipedia says. "Selv om anmeldelsene har stort sett vrt negative, ble Hjelp, vi er russ! en suksess for publikum." My Norwegian is rusty, but I think that says, "Critics hated it, but the Norwegian audiences ate this shit up like an all-you-can eat herring buffet."

Again with the Jennifer Aniston scenes from Horrible Bosses (unrated), this time in 1080p

Y Sa Lo and Bulle Ogier in Die Dritte Generation (1979)