* 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.








Ung Flukt


Ung Flukt (1959), or "The Wayward Girl" was Liv Ullmann's first starring role, and is a lovely coming-of-age film. She plays Gert, the fatherless daughter of a traveling door-to-door saleswoman. Lacking parental supervision, Gert is running with a wild bunch. Atle Merton is a college-bound young man from a good home, but he loves her. His mother doesn't approve, and his father backs his mother to a point. As the film opens, the young man is taking Gert to a remote country location to try and save her from her friends and herself. When his father and her mother arrive days later, it looks like the party is over, but the parents end up leaving them there. Then, a stranger arrives, and Gert seems interested in him, causing her young man to be jealous. When the stranger robs a store, things get really tense.

I found it a lovely film with a credible "feel good" ending which doesn't promise happiness ever after, but at least opens the possibility.  People who demand plot-driven films with pace, or who hate subtitles, will not be won over, but I give it a very enthusiastic thumb up, and will watch it again and again.

It is only available from on a Norwegian Region 2 PAL. It is in the original Norwegian with optional English subtitles, and features one of the best transfers of a B&W film I have ever seen.

IMDb readers say 6.6, but with very few votes.

A 19 year old Liv Ullmann shows breasts and a hint of buns bathing in a small lake.








The Skeleton Key


Kate Hudson, exposing as little as possible, but still looking like one hot babe.







Notes and collages


Shannen Doherty, Season 1, Episodes 21 and 22

Episode 21

Episode 22








Britney's bald beaver

These are not new (last November), but I missed them the first time around.

Britney's uncensored video of Gimme More


Mr. Skin's take on Michelle Borth in Tell Me You Love Me, Episode 5

A film clip of Theresa Russell in Public Enemies, an unintentionally campy portrayal of Ma Barker's gang. It has never come to DVD, so these are VHS clips, but well worth the look.

A film clip of Thandie Newton in Flirting.

A film clip of Anne-Sophie Briest skinny dipping in Snakes and Ladders. I don't know jack about the film, but it's a nice scene. Full frontal and rear nudity in broad daylight.

A film clip of Billie Piper in Secret Diary of a Call Girl, episode 3.

Multiple film clips of Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves. After this performance, her career was expected to soar. Uh-uh.









The Abandoned


Arty horror film, cosmopolitan co-production. Spanish director, filmed entirely in Bulgaria, performed in English and Russian. (Bulgaria plays the part of Russia.) The mixed reviews basically said, "looks like it should be a brilliant movie, minus the actual content." Some people were sufficient dazzled by the atmosphere to praise the film, while others praised the atmosphere and asked where the beef was.

Gotta love the nude scene.



Marta Yaneva








Latin Lover

More from the naughty Peruvian soap opera


Cecilia Brozovich


Liliana Mas