TV Round-Up

Erica Fae and Christiane Seidel provided some minimal nudity on last night's Boardwalk Empire (s5e5).

It was not pleasant material.




The Knick (s1e8) featured nudity from Ying Ying Li

 and Janet Rylance


See the latest from Groland in Defoe's French nudity section below


There were two segments on Sunday's Naked News that were out of the ordinary:

Eila Adams reported from Hedonism in Jamaica

There was a new audition from "Aria"

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The Fappening was hot again on Sunday. Check Other Crap for updates in real time, or close to it.


"The Honourable Woman"

season 1


Today: episode four

Maggie Gyllenhaal


Defoe's picks o' the week:

unknowns in the latest episode of Groland in 1080hd

Sabrina Ouazani in De Guerre Lasse (2014) in 1080hd

Elodie Hesme in Kidon (2013) in 1080hd

Elodie Bouchez and Marina Fois in Happy Few (2010) in 1080hd. See collages from this film in the Oz section.

Continuing the French theme for a couple more weeks:

Happy Few

Happy Few (2010) has Elodie Bouchez

and Marina Fois both starkers.

(see HD footage from this film in Defoe's section above)

The Scribbler


Johnny's comments below:

The Scribbler is a thriller where Suki (Katie Cassidy), a woman with multiple personalities, is sent to a halfway house for patients with mental illnesses and that's been generous. There she is greeted by an assortment of women with issues and Hogan (Garret Dillahunt), an old friend who seems to be mistakenly there and he uses this to 'comfort' the women on the floor including Suki. Suki is given by her doctor (Billy Campbell) a machine called 'The Siamese Burn', which helps her control her personalities with what seems to be some kind of electric shock, but it causes her to lose days and one of the girls on her floor seems to die in the lost days, usually the ones that have slept with Hogan. Also, Suki has a personality called The Scribbler, who seems to be developing the Siamese Burn machine in the lost days and it now can show the 'true self' of the participant. But, the floor is running out of residents and the killer is still unknown. Meanwhile, a cop (Michael Imperioli) and a psychiatrist (Eliza Dushku) try to get to the bottom of the death by interrogating Suki.

Interesting little thriller that's plays like a comic book movie, but without the men in capes and world saving stuff. At times it's completely over-the-top and at other times it has a go at trying to understand the complexities of mental illness. While the movie is not wholly successful because it's a little confusing, The Scribbler is never boring and is a pretty fun ride.

Katie Cassidy collages


See 1080HD video from this film in Catch o' the Day below

TV and Film Clips

Ashlyn Yennie and Katie Cassidy in The Scribbler (2014) in 1080hd


Cassidy (see additional collages of Katie in Johnny Moronic's section above)

Jana Klinge and Natalie Krane in Schwarzer Zucker (2014)

Kristin Suckow and Jasna Fritzi Bauer in Geschwister Diebe (2013)


Scoop's note: the final "ow" in German is pronounced the same as "off" in English, which gives her one helluva last name. Sadly, the "u" is pronounced like a long "u" or "oo" in English, which tends to spoil all the fun. (It's SOO-cough, not SUCK-off. Darn it.)


Nicole Moore in Crawlspace (2013) in 720p

Sara Hjort Ditlevsen in Borgman (2013) in 720p, and more from the deleted scenes

Various Pics/Collages

Looking back on Katy Perry's awesome dress from the 2009 VMAs

Casual modeling nudity from Andi Muise (hey, Spaz, isn't she a hosette?)

Olivia Wilde info:

FYI, the picture on the left is considered fake. The one on the right is a frame from Third Person.