The Bisexual

s1e6, 1080hd

Desiree Akhavan


new German mini-series, 720p

Siri Nase in episode 1

Franziska Brandmeier in episode 2

Franziska Brandmeier in episode 3

Friederike Becht in episode 3

Natalia Belitski in episode 4

Valerie Koch in episode 4

Roxane Duran in episode 4

Franziska Brandmeier in episode 5

Same scene as episode 3 - some additional angles


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"Masters of Sex"

s2e9, 1920x1080

Erin Cummings



Dollhouse is an Fox TV series based on the activities of an underground building called a Dollhouse. It produced ‘dolls’, who are people who have their memories erased and then implanted with new personalities and skills according to what their next assignment is going to be. From a FH point of view, there is no visible nudity but plenty of sexy women, especially Eliza Dushku. It lasted for 2 seasons with 13 shows in each. These caps are from Season 1 and were made in 2009.

Pilot Echo

Eliza Dushku

Episode 1 Ghost

Dichen Lachman

Eliza Dushku

Rollin' With the Nines

2006, 1080hd

Kelly Noise film clip (sample below)

Naomi Taylor film clip (collage below)


1993, 1080hd

Drew Barrymore film clip (collage below)

Scoop's comments:

Doppelganger is a movie that almost worked.


It starts out with a mystery that may be psychological or supernatural. Drew Barrymore plays a woman who may or may not have murdered some members of her family. Could she have committed them in one of her multiple personalities, or is there truly a physical doppelganger, a supernatural being split from her own personality, an exact physical double which represents her evil side?

The first 75 minutes of the film are very confusing, because some of the evidence points to Drew, and some of it supports the existence of a doppelganger. There are also other mysterious inexplicable circumstances that seem to be supernatural. Drew's roommate, who is trying to help her, keeps running into people who either are dead or never existed at all.

Then the film presents an explanation which, while improbable and perhaps unnecessarily complicated, does manage to explain why the clues pointed in both directions, and provides a logical (if contrived) explanation for the existence of the doppelganger as well as the other mysterious non-existent people. Good enough. I was satisfied for about a minute and I thought the film would end in another minute or so, as soon as the bad guy finished his official movie bad guy "let me hold a gun on you while I explain the plot" speech.

Then, the next ten minutes provides some of the craziest, most over-the-top nonsense I've ever seen, as well of some of the cheesiest special effects. It turns out that even though there was an answer to the mystery in the natural world, there is some insane supernatural nonsense afoot, and it seems to have no bearing at all on the previous activity in the film!

Finally, in the last minute, the film does one of those "what the ... ? " moments where the scene is handled in such an ominous manner, with the looks they exchange, the things the camera focuses on, and the eerie music, that we realize that something important and mysterious just happened. Unfortunately, is is too important and mysterious to be shared with the audience, and we have no idea what it is, or what it is supposed to mean.

The end.

I guess they will tell us everything in Doppelganger 2, or perhaps it will be called Trippelganger.

Jessica Barden in The New Romantic (2018) in 1080hd

Alicia Vikander in Son Of A Gun (2014) in 1080hd

Rachel McAdams in The Time Traveler's Wife (2009) in 1080hd

Lynn Redgrave and Helena Bonham Carter in Getting It Right (1989)



Farrah Abraham at the beach

Lindsay Lohan