• * 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.



"True Blood"

continuing with s1e8 in 1920x1080 res

More Paquin. More Caplan. 'Nuff said.

Film clips of Anna Paquin (samples below)

Film clips of Lizzy Caplan (samples below)




AJ Kahn in The Naughty Novelist

Darian Caine in The Naughty Novelist

Dita de Leon in Senior Skip Day

Dita de Leon in Bottoms Up

Nikki Ziering in High School

Jasmine Grey in Sweet Satisfaction

Monika Verbutaite in Endangered





Johnny's comments:

Fragment is about a war photographer who gets hit in the head by a piece of radioactive shrapnel, which gets embedded in his brain. A doctor predicts that he has not long to live, so he spends his last days roaming around Sydney with his camera, while a pretty young girl films a documentary of his final days. The man has a couple of experiences where he photographs dead animals that miraculously come back to life. Meanwhile across town, police shoot dead a particularly nasty serial killer (boringly titled the DVD Killer. Police should get someone creative to name these crooks...), where a stash of his snuff films are found. The photographer moves into a new apartment that may have been inhabited by someone who is now missing and when he accidentally discovers a bloodied DVD, it becomes more clear. It's another snuff film from the serial killer that was filmed in his apartment. Using his trusty camera, he photographs the girl on the DVD and as before, the woman comes alive. But, so does the nasty serial killer and guess who wants to keep on killing. So, is the photographer going completely crazy and imagining this or is this oh so very real. Imaginative horror thriller that is probably a decent director away from been superb, but is very watchable (and particularly nasty) nonetheless.

Scoop's note:

We finally reached the end of this film! Here's the last Bree Robertson nudity.



D'Anne Ryall film clip

Yvette Duncan and Virginia Keeley film clip

Yvette Duncan collage

Virginia Keeley collages



Rachel Weisz in Agora


Brooklyn Decker in some SI Outtakes

Erin Heatherton

Lara Linney in this week's episode of The Big C (bra; no nudity)

Liv Tyler in a top which allows us some viewing pleasure

Miranda Kerr


Muriel Montosse in Cecilia

Lina Romay in Cecilia



Well, here's a film that has risen to the top "must-see" position on my personal list: Pihla Viitala in The Reykjavik Whale-Watching Massacre. Look out, James Cameron! This film is coming for your box office records. (sample below)

One of the adaptations of Henry Miller's Quiet Days in Clichy:

While we're on the subject of Giuditta del Vecchio, here she is in Leolo

Asia Argento in The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things (sample below)

Erika Christensen in The Tortured (samples below)

There was more nudity from Lip Service in s1e2