Important note

Still going around in the Google circles. In case you are still having trouble with Firefox, you should be able to fix it in tools/options/security by unchecking "block reported attack sites" when you surf our sites. You can always switch the settings back later. (Or use MSIE, which is immune from this glitch.)

As I feared, they again added to their warning list, and once again they made some change, positive or negative, without my having made any change to the site itself. That is not promising, since it continues to demonstrate that the site's content is entirely unrelated to the presence or absence of their warnings. I make no changes at all to the site, they clear it. I continue to make no changes, they add the warnings back. Then the cycle repeats itself again, with my still having made absolutely no changes.

Meanwhile, the Google review site on "webmaster tools" says that they have now cleared all of the sites (including except other crap, but it may take "some time" for the changes to circulate.

For example, the page for Charlie's site says: "Status of the latest badware review for this site: A review for this site has finished. The site was found clean. The badware warnings from web search are being removed. Please note that it can take some time for this change to propagate."  This exact same verbiage appears for and, but as of this moment (early Thursday morning), the warnings are still appearing for all three sites.

Frustrating as all hell.


"You have included a video on your Tuesday 10/27 offering listing it as Senta Berger in DeSade. This is definitely not Senta Berger. The actress is Christiane Krüger. Anyone one seeing the movie can verify this from the cast list (the character in the video is "Laura" - DeSade's mistress - played by Christiane Krüger ) Also from the photos I have attached. Senta has the dark hair and full body. Christiane is the blonde in the video and photos Senta Berger is in the movie but plays a completely different role. She also has a comsiderably different body type, face and hair (dark wig). You have a wonderful site, but you are in error on this one. This is a common mistake and apparently "Graphic Response" has continued it.



Scoop's note: He's right about the ID. I should have noticed. Moreover, I should not have used the clip in the first place, because all of GR's film clips are already on the site in his own sub-section!


  • * 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.








Death and the Maiden


Sigourney Weaver film clips

caps below

Scoop's notes:

This Roman Polanski film begins with a woman (Sigourney Weaver) alone in a seaside home in a unnamed Latin American country which has just rid itself of a fascist regime. She is stranded in the dark without power or phones, both of which have been knocked out by the storm which rages outside. Her home is not within sight of any other homes. The only road in sight is not a road at all, but simply a mud path which interrupts the tall grass. The only sign of civilization is a lighthouse in the distance. Inside the house, she is setting out a dinner for two people. She is calm at first, but becomes increasingly tense because the second person has not arrived. She goes to her porch, stares down the road, searching. She listens to a report on her battery-operated radio, and this angers her. A car approaches. It is not the person she was expecting. She grabs a gun, hides her body from sight, tense, frightened, vulnerable. 

It turns out that there is no immediate threat. The car in front of her house is not the one she feared. Her husband is in the passenger seat. He had a flat and was offered a lift by a passer-by.

Great beginning! Very atmospheric, sets the stage perfectly.

As a bit of time transpires, the passer-by and her husband enter the house and talk. She becomes increasingly agitated as she listens to them. She goes into the bedroom, packs some clothes and a big wad of money. We see her changing, and when we see her skin, it is obvious that she has been tortured. She sneaks out of the house, steals the stranger's car, and drives off. She takes the car to a cliff, and pushes it over, destroying it on the rocks and sinking it in the tempest-tossed sea below.

The plot thickens, as they say.

What the hell is going on? Why was she so frightened before the men arrived? Why did the presence of the stranger agitate her?

It seems that she was tortured and raped 15 years earlier, and that her torturer may or may not have been the very stranger now in her house. (The stranger is played by Ben Kingsley. Gandhi as a torturer?) The movie's title, besides reflecting her youth and peril when she was tortured, is directly derived from the fact that the rapes were accompanied by music - Schubert's "Death and the Maiden." The purpose of that torture was to get her to reveal the name of the leader of the underground. She never cracked. The plot is thickened significantly by the facts that the underground leader she never exposed was the young man who is now her husband, and that the husband now seems to have bonded a bit with the erstwhile torturer.

She is certain that the stranger was her torturer - by the voice, the smell, the idioms of his speech - so she returns to her house and confronts him, but he steadfastly denies it, and has an ironclad alibi. He was in Barcelona at the time, doing his residency after medical school. She doesn't accept his denials, and she wants revenge, or "justice". Her husband realizes that she may well be mentally ill and delusional from the long-term effects of her confinement and torture.

Power shifts between the three people. Our opinions change. The truth eventually surfaces. But what is the truth?

Death and the Maiden is a screen adaptation of a taut three-person stage play. I have described the plot as if it were a Hitchcock film, and it is a good political thriller in its own way, but be advised that it is not paced like a popcorn thriller. There is very little action. The forward momentum of the plot is very slow. If you are not in the mood to watch three people sit in a room and discuss political torture for two hours, then you need to wander over to the next aisle of the video outlet because this is not an entertainment film. The thriller and mystery elements are merely an overlay for a serious drama laced with social activism, similar to the works created by the great playwrights of the 20s and 30s.  On those terms, it is an excellent movie. Roman Polanski directed a tight script expertly, and the cast played it out quite well.




season 1, 2007

"Set in a high class brothel this new series creates a hyper reality whereby we are privy to the private lives and emotions of five beautiful young women."


Johnny Moronic is re-doing all of Satisfaction, season 1, in better quality. This series has a lot of nudity and these film clips will be very big downloads spread over a considerable period of time.


Today: Bojana Novakovic is joined this time by Peta Sargeant and Alison White.





Still Green


Per IMDb:

"The summer of their senior year, ten best friends rent a beach house for one last week before separating for college. A tragic accident in the ocean changes and tests their friendship. In this dark teen drama, everything can change in an instant. "Still Green" follows each character through the three days in the house before and after the accident. The plot unfolds as their personal stories interweave, overlap, and often directly conflict with one another. In the midst of an ideal teen vacation and lush tropical landscape, the characters are developed. Beautiful free spirited Kerri is still coping with the loss of her father, and her mother's refusal to honor his last wish. A recent break-up has unearthed these feelings, triggering spontaneous and unhealthy relationships with her friends. Alan struggles with his conflicting feelings about Kerri and about his girlfriend. Sean is a talented but disturbed artist. He is haunted by a frightening breakdown which has rendered him unable to draw.

Still Green is a story of secret crushes, crippling insecurities, excitement for the future, rumors and secrets, and crossing the line between friendship and sexual attraction. But a darker theme drives the plot of Still Green; how death changes absolutely everything between a group of friends, at a time when every second of life seemed vitally important and every emotion felt like the end of the world."


Ashleigh Snyder film clips. Collages below

Nicole Komendat film clips. Collages below.

Collages of Sarah Jones






Model Daria Werbowy


Two more HD frames of Eva Amurri topless on Californication

Model Eva Bohatova

Model Michelle Buswell


model Teresa Maxova

top model Heidi Klum

model Leah de Wavrin (profile in New York magazine)

Natassia Malthe in Chaos

Katy Perry showing her butt in a see-through dress

Kelly Preston in Jerry Maguire


Emily Scott

Gillian Jacobs


Film Clips