"Eastbound and Down"

I finally got around to watching the first season of this show and I figured I may as well make film clips of the nudity.

All the meaningful nudity was done by Sylvia Jefferies:

Sylvia Jefferies topless in episode 1

Sylvia Jefferies topless in episode 2

Sylvia Jefferies topless and pants down from the rear in episode 4

BONUS: by the way, Sylvia did a subtle bit of lower frontal nudity in the Halloween II remake (still below)


Katy Mixon's character took off her top in episode six, but it was done by an unidentified body double.

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Season two in 1920x1080

Episode 3

Lena Dunham - several zip files: (1, 2, 3)

Alison Williams

Kiss of the Damned


Johnny's comments:

Kiss of the Damned is a stylish vampire romantic drama that begins with Hollywood screenwriter Paolo (Milo Ventimiglia) meeting the reclusive Djuna (Jos├ęphine de La Baume) at a video store and he becomes enraptured with her. But, while interested in Paolo, Djuna is resistant of his charms because she has a secret. She is a vampire and trying to ween herself off human blood, but Paolo wants Djuna so much that he is willing to become a vampire to be with her. No problems. Then, Djuna's erratic sister Mimi (Roxane Mesquida) arrives to stay for a week. She is also a vampire, but she has no qualms with eviscerating a human. And so the fun begins as Mimi goes about her ways and doing her best to usurp Djuna and steal Paolo for herself while causing damage to the underground collective of vampires run by world famous actress Xenia (Anna Mouglalis, that voice!!) that Djuna is a part of.

Add a dash of Frenchiness (that's not a word...) and a fair piece of The Hunger and you are somewhat approaching where Kiss of the Damned is going. Not for everyone's taste because it's very much style over substance, even with a decent plot, but Kiss of the Damned is well worth a look if you are looking for something a little different in the vampire genre. And anything with Roxane Mesquida is worth a look, especially when she's playing sexy nutcases.

Roxane Mesquida film clips (collages below)

Josephine de la Baume film clips (collages below)

No One Lives


Johnny's comments:

No One Lives is a horror thriller that follows two groups of people. The first group is a murderous gang of robbers lead by Hoag (Lee Tergesen) that includes his daughter Amber (Lindsey Shaw), his lover Tamara (America Olivo), unhinged nutcase Flynn (Derek Magyar) and others. They meet and then kidnap a couple Driver (Luke Evans) and his lover Betty (Laura Ramsey) who are having issues. These are compounded when Betty kills herself while being held hostage. Then, while going through the kidnapped couples car, they find a girl tied up in the back, Emma (Adelaide Clemens), a girl who has been missing for months and is subject to a massive hunt to find her. The gang find out that there is a massive reward if she is found, but finding Emma is about to be the gang's biggest mistake as this unleashes the psychopath in Driver, who will do anything to get Emma back.

Solid little movie from the director of The Midnight Meat Train (and some Japanese movies I like in Versus and Azumi) that has some pretty good thrills and kills, and when it wants to be, is quite nasty. No One Lives doesn't muck about and does its job quite neatly.

Laura Ramsay film clip (sample below)

America Olivo film clip (sample below)

TV/Film Clips

Nicole Cinaglia and Ashley C Williams in Hallows Eve (2013)


Miley Cyrus takes her butt cheeks (and maybe her lady nest) to morning TV

some collages of Miley's photoshoot for Terry Richardson

Edita Vilkeviciute photoshoot

two more stills of Naomi Watts in Sunshine Jr (2013)

Jaime Murray in the remake of Fright Night (2013)

Ana Maria Saragia in the remake of Fright Night