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We Love Network sweeps!
Every May and November the Networks go all out and do whatever it takes to get ratings. This year they seem to be employing two devices to get us to watch...

  • Big name stars doing guest appearances
  • and NUDITY!

    That's right gang...nipples in primetime!

  • CBS's "CSI" was the big winner in the Scoopy Ratings last night with this very clear exposed breast by an unknown actress playing a corpse. Vidcaps by DAI.

    ABC takes second place in the Scoopy Ratings with the Victoria's Secret Special.

  • Heidi Klum wasn't nude, but good lord is she incredible. Especially bouncing down the runway in a cleavage enhancing bra! Thanks again to DAI.
  • The nudity on ABC was a goof, but still legit. Here is a nip slip from one of the Victoria Secret models. Thanks to Life32.

  • Tuna
    "Apocalypse Now: Redux" (2001)

    Apocalypse Now: Redux (2001) is a remastered and greatly extended version of the #36 film of all time with an 8.4/10 rating. The new footage includes a lengthy topless scene with two Playmates in their stranded helicopter and the "plantation sequence, where a naked Aurore Clément pulls netting around her bed with Charlie Sheen in it. The former bunnies who show breasts are Cynthia Wood and Colleen Camp. I planned on fast forwarding to the new exposure and calling it an early night, but I ended up watching the entire 300 minutes, and may do it again soon. Words like epic, magnificent, powerful and spectacular come to mind. You can smell the rotting vegetation of the jungle and feel the hot humid air. You experience the boredom of traveling up river, and the sudden terror of an enemy attack. Coppola had some many spectacular shots in the film, I had to make 8 separate logos just to partially do it justice.

    I suppose you could look at this as a directors cut, still over two hours shorter than a 5 1/2 hour working print that has circulated on underground on video, but exactly what Coppola envisioned, and his vision was excelent. The DVD is bare bones, but it is a magnificent anamorphic remastered transfer, and looks fantastic. A.

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  • Aurore Clément (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
  • Colleen Camp (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Cynthia Wood (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

    "Die Watching" (1993)

    Die Watching (1993) is another film written by Kenneth J. Hall. Still a tittie flick, but this time a horror thriller in the Hitchcock tradition. We learn the identity of the serial killer at the beginning of the film, and the dramatic tension is achieved by making us wonder who will die and who won't, and when they will catch him. Christopher Atkins, the killer, was traumatized as a child, and acts out by filming women as they are strangled or suffocated. He falls for the artist in the adjacent warehouse, Vali Ashton, but is in too deep to stop. The title comes from his practice of making the victims watch themselves die in a monitor.

    I get some e-mail asking about how I create images. This film had a boring title screen, and the DVD title screen was equally boring, so I created something more exciting, and, in the process, used no less than 5 images from the film. Here is the full size title screen I created, along with the five images that went into it at the bottom.

    This is another pretty good film written by Hall that gets no respect at IMDB. 4.5/10. The production value is good, Image did a very nice transfer, and we have lots of breast and bun exposure from Vali Ashton. Erika Nann, Melanie Good, Avalon Anders, Tammy Elaine and J.J. Mantia. The genre is tittie flick (lots of T&A, and not much sex), and this is a C+.

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  • Avalon Anders (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
  • Erika Nann (1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Julieanne Mantia (1, 2)
  • Melanie Good (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
  • Tammy Elaine (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
  • Vali Ashton (1, 2, 3, 4)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)
    • Elizabeth Hurley in Aria. (1, 2, 3)

    • Mariah Carey in the immortal cinema masterpiece, "Glitter". This movie is rated 2.3 at IMDb, making it the biggest bomb in those ratings since Battlefield Earth. The funniest review that I saw said that when future historians try to determine when Americans started to laugh again after the tragedy in September, they will probably point to the Glitter premiere. Other reviewers used such terms as "complete tripe", "cheesy", "atrocious", and "inept". And those were some of the better reviews! Some of the more negative people felt that the very existence of this film justified the Taliban's ban on movies. Others pointed out the only worthwhile part of it was Mariah's songs, and the filmmakers even dubbed those badly! No wonder the girl had a breakdown. She must have seen an advance copy.

    Honte's site is updated

    Note from ICMS

    "I think you need to amend the ID's in "Don't Go in the House". The actress labeled as Ruth Dardick is in fact, according to the IMDb, Johanna Brushay. At 23 minutes into the movie the girl about to be toasted at 29 minutes clearly identifies herself as "Kathy, Kathy Jordan". Ruth Dardick plays the part of Mrs. Kohler, the evil guy's wicked mother who dies early in the film but is seen in flashbacks. For some reason I have this DVD and I just checked it again to be sure. Also there are vidcaps by Aesthete in the encyclopedia and he also labeled the girl as Johanna Brushay. I made two quick snaps of both actresses who both have only one credit in the IMDb. Personally I am rather pleased that Ruth Dardick kept her clothes on.?

    Scoop's comment: I don't know about you guys, but I think that Dardick is hot! Bring her here to one of our fine Texas amusement parks, and I'll give 'er a ride on the ol' log flume of love. As ICMS points out, this movie seems to be the only life either of those women ever had. You have to be impressed that ICMS owns a copy of this movie!


    A headline in our local rag of a newspaper yesterday said:  "Widespread looting follows Taliban defeat". So I read the article, and you know what it said? It cited a case of one Northern Alliance soldier who was seen taking the weapons and money off a dead Taliban soldier - and it cited the "reports" that that was not an isolated example.

    So if you had to write the headline for that, do you think you would have written "widespread looting"? The problem with rabid exaggeration is that it removes the emotional and literal value of words. If that is widespread looting, what do you call it when widespread looting really does occur.

    When I was a kid, I used to dispute my dad when he said that journalism, by definition, is attempting to find the facts that fit your view of the world. As Mark Twain might have noted, my dad has gotten a lot smarter since then.

    Hey, you guys, leave that money on the dead Taliban guys, will ya? I think Satan stopped accepting American Express.

    Graphic Response
  • Diane Lane, beautiful images from "A Walk on the Moon". As always, Diane looks fantastic topless, and pretty darn hot in her undies too!

    Be sure to pay Graphic Response a visit at his website.

  • Brainscan
    A whole mess of vidcaps today.....

  • Anne Brilland leads off the caps with a triple-B performance in "Levres de Sang".

    Next up, B-movie goddess Athena Massey in "Termination Man" (get it? Goddess? Athena? Terminally lame, I know). We got your clothing removal and your sport humping in these caps.

  • Athena Massey (1, 2, 3)

  • Bridget Marks in "Circuitry Man II"; you gotta look through the slats of a corral to see some goodies in this one.

    Belinda Carroll, sporting a pair of robo-hooters, in the award-winning "Seaside Seduction". By the look of the caps, the seduction was successful.

  • Belinda Carroll (1, 2)

  • Bobbie Breese for the second time in a couple of days, starring as the nekkid showergirl in "Evil Spawn" (which would be the evil twin of the Good Spawn, yes?).

    Porno-babe Brigitte Lahaie in "La Nuit de Traquées". Brigitte was one fine looking babe, and in the scans I have seen of her in full action she was most impressive.

  • Brigitte Lahaie (1, 2)

  • Camilla More in "Out of Time". I understand that she has a twin sister who got nekkid with her in Friday the 13th, Part MCXIV.. or maybe it was just part IV. Anyway, sis is nowhere to be seen in this movie.

  • Carol Alt in "Bye Bye Baby". Like most fashion models, Carol looks and acts like a perfect stiff in front of a movie camera. But she was a beauty.

    Carol Drake in "Waitress". No, make that "Waitress!" Didn't see the movie and so I have no clue why the exclamation point was added. Maybe she was a very special waitress... a scrawny, very special waitress.

  • Carol Drake (1, 2)

    Next up is my fave of the current B movie bims, Catalina Laranga in "Downward Angel". Cat has natural boobs, firs-rate arse and striking face. What's not to like?

  • Catalina Laranga (1, 2)

    Last thing: a major tip of the cap to Tuna, the man who provided all these caps.

  • Hankster

    Today's rare, twisted, older stuff is from 1978's "Bloodsucking Freaks". I have no idea who she is, but in these pics, her real nice set is getting one hell of a shock treatment from 2 demented creeps. This could be the sickest movie of all time, these scenes are pretty mild compared to some of the stuff in this movie.

  • Unknown (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

    Today's newer images are of Jacqueline Obradors in "Six Days,Seven Nights". No nudity, but she looks great in her undies and shows plenty of cleavage!

  • Jacqueline Obradors (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

  • Celeblover
    Elena Sofia Ricci Topless in a love scene from "Stern der Liebe" (2001)

    Elisabeth Lanz Topless and rear nudity from the Austrian actress in scenes from "Der Verleger".

    Eva Meier
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    Topless in two episodes of the German TV series "Jenny & Co.".

    Lale Karci Breasts and bum views in scenes from "Der Solist - Kein Weg zurück" (1999)

    Lisa Martinek Topless and full frontal nudity as she gets out of the shower, in these images from "Der Schuss" (2001).

    Meriam Abbas Breast exposure plus a hint of pubes in scenes from "Nachtgestalten" (1999). Yanks be warned...she has more hair in her pits than I do.

    Minh-Khai Phan-Thi Our Euro-Scoopy fans may recognize her as a VJ for the German Music Television channel, VIVA. Here she is topless in vidcaps from "Rette deine Haut" (2001).

    Nina Bagusat Topless in scenes from "Rosa Roth - Die Stimme" (1997).

    Rita Russek Breast exposure in a sex scene from the movie "Sierra Leone" (1988).

    Susanne Gannott Topless in the tub, plus a possible hint of pubes in scenes from an episode of "Lindenstraße".

    Ute Willing Subtle nipple sighting as she takes a bath in "Paulas Schuld" (2001).

    Heidi Klum The Victoria's secret babe showing plenty of cleavage thanks to her billion dollar, diamond wonderbra. Vidcaps by DeadLamb from Wednesday night's Conan.

    Mariah Carey
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    Two very nice scans from the Dutch FHM by Lament. Mariah is wearing her usual skimpy outfit in #1 and a bikini in #2.

    Keira Knightley The very young UK actress goes topless in "The Hole". Vidcaps by C2000.

    Brooke Burke The host of E!'s "Wild On" series looking fantastic in a bikini top and Daisy Dukes on the cover of Stuff magazine. Kudos to acidbrain for the great scan and his artistic editing.

    Celeb News
    As always, thanks to Pat Reeder at The Comedy Wire for sending in these stories. His comments appear in yellow.

    Looks like Halle Berry's crotch has signed on with her breasts' press agent.

    >From IMDB News:

    Halle Bares Absolutely All

    Hollywood star Halle Berry has shot a full-frontal nude scene for a steamy sex scene in her latest flick. The gorgeous actress strips off as she makes love to Billy Bob Thornton in their new movie Monster's Ball. And according to Hollywood gossip columnists, Halle was paid an extra $1 million for the daring scene. The sexy actress also bared her breasts in the film Swordfish with John Travolta - but denied at the time she received a bonus of $500,000 for doing so. In the movie, Halle plays the widow of a Death Row prisoner, played by Sean 'P Diddy' Combs, who has an affair with one of the prison guards who killed him, played by Thornton. At the American premiere of the film last week, the buxom beauty admitted she wasn't comfortable watching the sex scene while sitting next to her husband, singer Eric Benet. She explained, "When he was watching, I was thinking, 'What's going on in his mind?'" But Halle must be able to imagine his emotions to some extent - Benet recently filmed a love scene with Mariah Carey in her failed movie debut Glitter.

    Here's a story from Fox News that I'm frankly not qualified to comment on...

    Pierce Brosnan - is "The Sexiest Man Alive" according to People magazine.

    The James Bond star is the 15th person to receive the title, which the magazine has bestowed previously on Brad Pitt, George Clooney and the original Bond, Sean Connery.

    "I understand why women find him sexy, because he is an appealing man," said Brosnan's wife, Keely Shaye Smith. "He really likes and appreciates women."

    The 48-year-old actor admits he's had his teeth fixed, but added, "I have not had any plastic surgery in any shape or form. No implants. And my hair is not dyed."

    Also included on the list of sexiest men are cellist Yo-Yo Ma, The Oprah Winfrey Show's' self-help guru Dr. Phil McGraw, actor-comedian Ben Stiller and Mexican president Vicente Fox.

    Finally, from, further evidence that actors are becoming obsolete. If a computer is ever able to perfectly recreate Halle Berry naked, that is when it will all be over for human beings...

    Digital Bruce Lee to star in new movie

    From Variety:
    By Bob Tourtellotte

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Twenty-eight years after he died, Bruce Lee is still alive and kicking -- at least, in the movies.

    South Korea (news - web sites)'s ShinCine Films, headed by filmmaker Chul Shin, said Thursday it will make a $50 million movie that recreates the martial arts star on film using digital, computer-generated images (CGI) and new voice technology.

    Lee, who died in 1973, will be a kick-boxing hero in the same style his fans loved in Hong Kong martial arts movies of the 1970s like ``Way of the Dragon.''

    In a telephone interview, Shin said the movie's script was still being written, so he did not want to be specific about the story.

    ``There are many ideas. I cannot, now, choose from all of them,'' Shin said. ``He is always used as the hero, and he has strong charisma. I want to re-create that image, again.''

    Shin said he expects ``Dragon Warrior'' to be ready for theaters around the world in about three years.

    He added that Lee was a hero of his in his school years, and by making the movie, Lee can again be the same sort of character for a younger generation.

    Lee continues to be admired by audiences in Asia, America and Europe. New technology, Shin said, finally allows him to bring Lee's image back to the screen in full force.

    Shin described the technology ``totally new'', but it would re-create Lee's image and cause him to interact with live-action actors and actresses. An actor would tape Lee's dialogue, and computer software would change the actor's voice to make it sound like Lee.

    ShinCine acquired the rights to Lee's name and likeness from Concord Moon, a company administered by Lee's widow, Linda Lee Cadwell, and Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee.

    In a statement for Lee's family, Shannon Lee said they sold the rights because they ``believe in ShinCine's and Mr. Shin's enthusiasm and commitment to making a first rate film.''

    Shin founded ShinCine in 1988 and has made some 15 films including current Korean hit ``Wild Beauty'' and 1999's ``Lies.''

    Lee was born in San Francisco, but moved to Hong Kong as a kid and was in a number of movies in the late 1940s and 1950s.

    In 1966, he landed his first U.S. co-starring role on TV's ''The Green Hornet'' as trusted servant, Kato. But his early impact in Hollywood came as a teacher of martial arts to celebrities like James Coburn.

    Returning to Hong Kong in the early 1970s, Lee began making martial arts films and was a huge hit based both on his skills as a kick-boxer and his sense of humor. Movies like 1971's ''Fists of Fury'' and 1973's ``Enter the Dragon,'' which was released after his death, lifted him to cult hero status.

    Lee died in July, 1973, in Hong Kong of a brain hemorrhage caused by an allergic reaction to pain killers.

    His son, Brandon Lee, followed him into acting and was on the verge of becoming a star in his own right when he, too, suffered an untimely death at age 27, due to an accidental gunshot on a movie set.

    What? "Fatal Attraction," one of the best romantic movies ever made? I guess compared to Michael Douglas' real first marriage, his relationship with Glenn Close wasn't that bad.

    Film Group Gets Mushy With List

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - The American Film Institute has celebrated best films of all time, screen legends, top comedies and most thrilling pictures. Next up: the 100 best love stories.

    The institute is sending ballots to directors, actors, studio executives, critics and others in Hollywood to vote on the top 100 U.S. romance flicks. The films must feature a ``romantic bond between two or more characters, whose actions and-or intentions provide the heart of the film's narrative,'' according to a news release Wednesday from AFI, whose annual lists have become hot topics for movie buffs.

    The list of 100 best romances will be unveiled in a CBS special in June. Among the 400 nominees that voters can choose from are: Casablanca Gone With the Wind My Fair Lady From Here to Eternity Lady and the Tramp The Great Gatsby Moonstruck and, fittingly, Love Story

    Also included are dark love tales such as: Leaving Las Vegas Last Tango in Paris Fatal Attraction Harold and Maude and The Hunchback of Notre Dame

    Voters can write in up to five choices not included on the nomination list. Previous lists included the 100 best American films, led by `"Citizen Kane"; the greatest 25 male and female movie legends, topped by Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn; 100 funniest movies, with "Some Like It Hot" at No. 1; and 100 best heart-pounders, led by "Psycho."

    "We are now more than ever reminded that the movies tell stories that move us and bring us together," said Jean Picker Firstenberg, the institute's director, adding that the group picked the theme before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

    "And though the lovers on screen may end up apart when the lights come up, we the movie lovers remain bound by their emotional journey."

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