"Inside Out III"

Inside Out III (1992) day two. The final two shorts are among the better of this set.

Within Ten Minutes shows two women bored in their apartment, when a news flash informs them that a nuke will destroy them in ten minutes. Hilary Morse chooses to break her diet as a final act, while Elizabeth Burr decides to have sex with the first man who knocks on her door. Burr shows breasts.

The Wet Dream stars busty Alex Datcher as a woman with a thoughtless boyfriend, and Olympic diver Greg Louganis as the tropical fish who loves her. We see her breasts throughout the entire segment. It is almost worth he price of the 4 DVD set to see Louganis with a row of fins on his back, and having sex with a woman.

To repeat last night's summary, "This is a D+. Only a genre addict would find anything of interest here."

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  • Alex Datcher (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17)
  • Elizabeth Burr (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

    "Inside Out"

    Inside Out (1992) is the fourth and final DVD in this collection. In general, there is more full frontal and simulated sex than in the previous episodes, but less interesting plots, and most are way too dark.

    Natalie Would -- Two girlfriends are talking in a restaurant about the fact that one of them, Catya Sassoon, has been pining over her ex boyfriend for over a year, and is in danger of her pipes rusting shut, when she catches the eye of the "perfect guy," who thinks she is his long lost love. She shows breasts only in a very dark sex scene.

    Motivation -- an actor is promised a film role, and arrives on the dessert location only to discover that it is a porno shoot, and he is to do the nasty with Chana Jael Chiesa. The director finds an interesting way to give him his motivation for the role. Chiesa shows everything.

    Put Asunder -- a couple have a love hate relationship, divorce, then finally hire a hit man to kill one of them and set the other free. MImi Craven, as the wife, shows breasts.

    Save the Wetlands -- has a reporter interviewing a wildlife activist and recovering sexaholic. Ann Rubinoff shows a breast.

    The Thief -- a burglar has sex with Carolyn Finney, who suspects that her husband is cheating. He is, with Sandra Wild. Finney barely shows a breasts, Wild shows everything.

    Jilted Lover -- a man stalks his ex lover, taking pictures and badmouthing her current boyfriend. Elizabeth A. Jaeger shows breasts.

    Three on a Match -- a couple wants a menage, and picks up Susan Byun at an art show. They try everything to seduce her. She shows breasts only.

    What Anna Wants -- Anna is an artist, and looking for inspiration for her erotic paintings. She has her boyfriend seduce women in the apartment across the way, and photographs them doing the deed. Denise Buik, as the seduced girl, shows everything in a well lit scene.

    Video Mate -- a loser settles in with a sex video staring Sharon Kane, and clicks her out of the TV and into his bed with the remote. Kane shows everything.

    My Cyberian Rhapsody -- a man gets out of prison, and visits a cybersex establishment, where he rents a virtual reality set up. The girl is played by Paula Reeve, who shows us her large breasts.

    All in all, this is a barely acceptable couples soft core series, and it is no wonder it never had a second season. While a few of the episodes had merit, overall, it is a low C-.

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  • Annie Rubanoff (1, 2, 3)
  • Carolyn Finney (1, 2)
  • Catya Sassoon (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Chana Jael Chiesa (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18)
  • Denise Buick (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22)
  • Elizabeth A Jaeger (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
  • Mimi Craven (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Paula Reeve (1, 2, 3)
  • Sandra Wild (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13)
  • Sharon Kane (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23)
  • Susan Byun (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

    An Important Milestone

    With tonight's offering, I have now produced over 50,000 composite images from 2,202 films, including more than 3,000 identified actresses. Thanks to Scoop for giving me a place to put them, and all of you, the readers, for supporting this lunacy.

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)

    The Last Kiss (2001)

    If the official French movie involves a woman in mid-life who is unsatisfied by her boring bourgeois life, the official Italian movie must focus on guys who want to hang with the guys instead of tying themselves down with a wife and babies. It seems like all movie Italian Guys want to hang out with their friends forever, whether the movie is serious or silly. When you get down to it, even The Godfather is about a bunch of guys who have families to cover up the fact that like to hang out with the guys. That's basically what The Last Kiss is all about as well, although it is a comedy. Sort of. It's a "late coming-of-age" film about the crisis that men go through when they realize that they are about to say farewell to youth forever.

    In this case, the lead character finds out that his girlfriend is pregnant, and his life seems to be taking a settled, predicable, boring shape. He's talking about diapers, buying a house, and choosing the wedding caterers, while his friends are planning to back-pack though Africa, or sleeping with a different woman every night, or otherwise holding on to their carefree youth. His hand-wringing is intensified by the fact that his friends have failed in their own attempts to settle with a single woman.

    So he does what all men of all races do in such a case. He heads down to the local Catholic girls' high school, picks up a hot senior, and beds her for hours.

    Unfortunately, this does not solve his problem. (Does it ever?) In fact, it makes it worse. (Doesn't it always?).

    I liked the movie all right, I guess, but I didn' think it was anything special. The Italians know how to do this kind of calculated angst-laden tragicomedy, so it's a slick production which got some real critical praises, but before you go out to rent it, be advised:

    1. It's in Italian, with sub-titles.

    2. There's not enough humor and what there is, well, it is not handled that deftly.

    3. The main characters are jerks.  It's difficult to form an emotional identification with any of them. They are superficial and their problems are the kind that don't evoke sympathy from everyday people. I mean, why are these guys so miserable? They have only the trivial preoccupations of sheltered lives. You know, like a rich guy who thinks, "How do I rid myself of the incredibly gorgeous 18 year old girl who loves me, so I can get back with the incredibly gorgeous twenty-something girl I got pregnant." Oh, spare me such anguish and suffering. The Grapes of Wrath it ain't.

    4. Portions are quite sentimental, perhaps even maudlin.



    Bruce Almighty (2003)

    In The Player, the Tim Robbins character described most movies with a hybrid formula. "So, it's knd of a Casablanca meets Francis the Talking Mule ....?"

    That works perfectly here. This film is a formulaic hybrid.

    It's The Mask meets Groundhog Day.

    • The Mask. A meek, long-suffering bank clerk finds an ancient mask which gives him the power of the god Loki. At first he uses the powers to get money and revenge, and to pick up chicks, but he eventually finds that he can be happier as himself than as the god of mischief.

    • Groundhog Day. A frustrated, bitter local reporter achieves a painful immortality when forced to re-live a single day again and again. This gives him god-like powers, because he can remember everything he learned on his previous trips through the day, and can use that knowledge to manipulate people. At first, he uses his powers childishly and selfishly, but eventually he reconciles with his fate and learns to make his one day a beautiful one by doing selfless things.

    • Bruce Almighty. A frustrated, bitter, meek, long-suffering local reporter is given all of God's powers over the area covered by Buffalo, New York. At first, he uses his powers childishly and selfishly, but eventually he comes to realize what a self-centered person he has become, and does selfless things.

    IMDb viewers rate Bruce exactly the same as The Mask, which somehow seems to validate the IMDb system, since it's pretty much the same freakin' movie.

    Bruce Almighty re-unites the director/star team of Tom Shadyac and Jim Carrey, who created Ace Ventura and Liar, Liar together. These two guys definitely have the gift for laughs. Carrey knows how to do it, and Shadyac knows that he knows, and therefore lets him do it.

    Like many people, I found the humor excellent and the sentimentality cloying. Carrey has no gift for subtlety at either. His unsubtle humor is easy to forgive because he's creative, and he brings such youthful energy and passion and complete abandon to his clowning, but his unsubtle, mawkish sentimentality can sometimes be a high price to pay for the laughs he delivers. He sometimes veers off the comedy highway and onto Robin Williams Lane.

    Mr. Shadyac is not the director you would hire to to keep the treacle under control. I need only remind people that when Shadyac was not busy working with Jim Carrey, he also directed Patch Adams.

    At its worst, Bruce Almighty has Patch Adams moments, but when Jim is being funny, he can be very funny indeed, and everyday movie goers really respond to his blend of wild humor and "sweet guy" persona. Critical reception was lukewarm, but the people loved it. It was a box office smash around the globe (including the #4 spot for the year in the USA as I write this), and is rated B+ by the voters at Yahoo.

    No nudity, but that Catherine Bell has some awe-inspiring knockers.





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    Brainscan's Holiday Heffers
    'Caps and comments by Brainscan:

    Aw, the traditions of Thanksgiving Day in America.

    1) Eat more food in a couple of hours than most 3rd World countries consume in a week.

    2) Watch football before passing out from tryptophan poisoning.

    3) Hang out with relatives you see twice a year because you're just too damn busy to see 'em on any other day.

    4) Look at a bunch of caps of Hefmates and Pets of the silver screen.

    Yep, for the third consecutive year here is a bunch, a mess, an ostentation of Hefmate and Pet caps. In alphabetical order:

    Anulka Dziubinska (Hefmate of April '73) in Vampyres (1974. This movie teaches us that life is unfair even for vampire women. The male vampires get to eat great looking women while the female vampires eat one another. Sounds like your average porno flic.

    The DVD of this movie is wonderful. Dozens of extra things on top of a weird-ass but entertaining movie. Worth the rental or the purchase.

    Anyway, nine collages of Anulka in a triple-B performance. She had a terrific frame and beautiful face... hasn't aged too badly, either, as one discovers from a recent interview on the disc. Last collage is from publicity stills, also in the extras.

    • Anulka Dziubinska (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

    Arline Hunter, Hefmate for August 1954, in a short film entitled The Appleknockers and The Coke. Tuna capped this treasure several months ago and sent into a few dozen frames. I sent in a few collages of frames he didn't use a couple of months ago. And these are the last of them. BTW, Tuna's review of the film is a real pleasure to read if you are at all interested in the history of little films like this one.

    • Arline Hunter (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Azizi Johari, Hefmate of June 1975, in The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976). Self-consciously 70's movie without a lot to recommend it except the nekkid babes. In my opinion, Ms. Johari was a goddess... the woman I would have cast to play Athena had I been asked to make a movie of Greek mythology.

    • Azizi Johari (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    A couple of non-nude but sexy former Hefmates who occupy entirely different ends of the happy life spectrum.

    Dorothy Stratten, Hefmate for August 1979, in Galaxina. Dorothy wears some interesting clothes in her protrayal of a robot, which result in an acre of cleavage, some real nice pokies and the pedal digit of a dromedary.

    • Dorothy Stratten (1, 2)

    Jeana Thomasina is my personal favorite Hefmate of all time. She was Miss Nov 1980 and looks yummy in her brief appearance in 10 to Midnight (1983).

    Jean Manson (Hefmate of August 1974) is much less clothed in 10 to Midnight. Three collages worth of hooter exposure, to be precise.

    • Jean Manson (1, 2, 3)

    Now a word about these caps. For years folks have been capping the movie and claiming this woman is Jean Manson. Tuna and I disagreed and thought it was a second actress, named Cynthia Reams. I, myself, thought it was someone other than Jean because I remembered something odd about the role. In the credits, Jean is credited as playing the role of Margo, and I was certain that had not been the name used by the hooker in these caps. It did not make sense to me, in addition, that after a successful singing career in France, Jean Manson would play a minor role that involved taking off her top

    Yet other capping artists insisted this was Jean Manson. So I grabbed the DVD and watched this stinking pile of doggie poo just to be sure. And it turns out I was confused because at no point in the movie is the woman in this scene identified by name. Not Margo. Not nothing.

    But, no one else is identified as Margo, either. And no one else even remotely looks like Jean Manson. Another hooker does have a speaking part and I assume that is Cynthia Reams. When I compared caps of Jean from Young Nurses made more than a decade earlier and these caps I was convinced that everyone else had been right, I had been wrong. Not the least bit sorry, either, because it means another nekkid performance by a former Hefmate. I'm figuring the part was much bigger at some point (there are a couple of odd jump cuts) and that attracted Jean Manson to the role. Most of her performance, including a scene where she is named, must have hit the cutting room floor.

    A former Pet and a former Hefmate in Watchful Eye (2001).

    Juliet Cariaga (Pet of the Month for Dec '97) plays a murder victim. She has no speaking parts, but who the f*** cares? In these caps she gets real friendly with a character played by pornstar Nikki Fairchild. Typical of such movies, she gets it in the very next scene.

    • Juliet Cariaga (1, 2, 3)

    Julie Lynn Cialini (Hefmate for Feb '94) plays a bad girl in this movie, although she looks perfectly good to me. A beautiful woman in a kick-ass triple-B performance.

    Two Pets who went on to dominate B movie nekkidness are Julie Strain (Miss June '91) and Monique Gabrielle (Miss Dec. '82).

    Julie's caps come from Sex Court: The Movie, including the home movie included as a DVD extra.

    • Julie Strain (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

    Monique's are from Flashdance, in which she plays an uncredited topless dancer.

    • Monique Gabrielle (1, 2)

    Ola Ray (Hefmate of June '80) shows off her perfect, recreational body in 10 to Midnight. The scene is longer but she acts the part of a very frightened young woman, and there is nothing remotely attractive about that.

    • Ola Ray (1, 2)

    Last up is Zdenka Podkapova, Pet of Month for April '99. She was in one those, no-plot, all-nekkid, explicit-posing DVDs, entitled Hottie of the Year. Didn't win, either. You'll recognize who did when I send in the caps next week.

    • Zdenka Podkapova (1, 2, 3)

    Allow me to add expressions of thanks to the Scoopies for doing all it takes to make the Funhouse the pleasure that it is, day after day, week after week, year after year. And to Tuna for a million and one things. And to the many others who find the movies, captures the images and send them our way to enjoy.

    Angelina Jolie
    (1, 2, 3)

    Skin tight outfits and some cleavage in scenes from "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life" (2003). Great 'caps by DeadLamb.

    Beatriz Rico
    (1, 2)

    Elsa Pataki
    (1, 2)

    Vidcaps by Vejiita featuring both ladies topless in scenes from the Spanish movie "Atraco a las 3... y media" (2003).

    Raven De La Croix
    (1, 2, 3)

    Linda Shayne
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Both ladies are topless in the 1983 T&A flick "Screwballs". 'Caps by the Skin-man.

    Celeb News

    Pat Reeder
    Pat's comments in yellow...

    And Tito Will T.P. Your House - Tuesday, a judge barred an air charter company from selling a secretly-made videotape of Michael Jackson on a plane on his way to surrender to police. Jackson's lawyer said his client "would not be a pinata" for everyone who wants money. He said if Michael's privacy is invaded, "we will land on you like a ton of bricks."

  • And you don't want Michael landing on you...Rubba-rubba.
  • Actually, Michael doesn't mind you beating him like a pinata, but only if you're under 13.

    Why Schizophrenia Is Rare In Europe - According to a study of more than 50,000 people in Sweden reported in the American Journal of Psychiatry, smoking cigarettes at ages 18-20 seems to protect young people from developing schizophrenia, and the more cigarettes they smoked, the lower their risk.

  • But many choose not to smoke because a little voice tells them not to.
  • This story drove a lot of anti-smoking zealots schizo.
  • This is valuable health information...Are they going to put it on cigarette packs?
  • They couldn't possibly be as schizophrenic as the news we get about what's good and bad for your health.

    Could The Ogre Land A Revlon Contract? - Purdue sociology Prof. Liz Grauerholz and Lori Baker-Sperry of Western Illinois University say that "Snow White" and "Cinderella" are harmful to children, especially girls, because they convey the idea that "it pays to be pretty." They studied 168 fairy tales and found many references to people's looks, with beauty denoting goodness and ugly characters being evil. They suggest parents discuss these stereotypes with their kids after reading the stories. They did endorse the new fairy tale "Shrek," in which a beautiful princess is happier after she becomes a fat, ugly ogre.

  • Yes, that WOULD be the feminist's favorite fairy tale...
  • That's why it's called a "fairy tale."
  • Wasn't she the fat, ugly ogre that Cameron Diaz got $10 million just to do the voice for?
  • Of course, a few months after the story ended, she got liposuction and a nose job.
  • For anyone who thinks it's a myth that beauty pays more than talent, I've got two words: "Britney Spears."