TV Round-Up

Boardwalk Empire kept everyone covered, although Michael Pitt and Gretchen Mol did a sex scene. That was weird enough without nudity, because they are mother and son in the show!

Hung produced a breast from Rebecca Creskoff, which was nice, but pretty tame by Creskoff's elevated standard from past episodes.

Answers to Nothing


You might call this film Crash for Morons: bittersweet intersecting story lines about lives in L.A.; quiet melancholy music; dramedy; usual stuff. The dramatic lead is played by ... Dane Cook. Not worth a review. 3.6 at IMDb.

Anyway, here's Aja Volkmann. You might see a partial breast in there somewhere, but it's not really much of a sex scene. She does, however, look excellent in bikini underwear before the sex starts.


By the way, check out Rok's Dr Who collages. There's no nudity, but those are some kick-ass collages.


  • * 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.

Notes and collages

Rok's notes:

If you are familiar with "Torchwood" and "Doctor Who" then you know that the former is PG while the latter is G. The Cybermen of "Doctor Who" are vicious and brutal but never sexual. This "Cyberwoman" in "Torchwood" is deliberately clad in a sexual manner per that parameter.


Caroline Chikezie

The "Doctor Who" collages were made by me for my own enjoyment as I like the show. You'll notice that they are structured differently and don't have the RokWatch name on them. I designed them from a different mindset: taking the best of the overall images to create a sense of that particular episode. If you are not a fan of "Doctor Who" then the imagery is merely imagery; if you are a fan then you might like these. Personally I use them as desktop backgrounds.

"Doctor Who"

Doctor Who 2010 A Christmas Carol














 This week's film clips. You can find collages to match almost all of them on Charlie's page - here.

Inconnue Louis XVI (2011) 1080p

Maria de Medeiros in Ni a Vendre ni a Louer 2011

Patricia Franchino in Ni a Vendre ni a Louer 2011

Stephanie Pillonca in Ni a Vendre ni a Louer 2011

Sara Martins and Julie Victor (redhead) in Insoupconnable (2010) in 1080p

Melissa Barbaud in Les Ongles Noirs (2011) 1080

Annabelle Hettmann in Le Sentiment de la Chair (2010)

Fanny De Donceel in Portrait d' un Amoureux (2010)

Juliette Lamboley in Nos Resistances (2010)

Barbara Schulz in Erreur de la Banque en votre Faveur (2009) in 720p

Camille Cayol in Mystification (2003)


Dark Age


Dark Age is a horror thriller about a legendary crocodile - with links to the Aboriginal Dreamtime - that starts chomping down on the locals, mainly because he is sick of what the white man has done (it's not as terrible as it sounds, I need to write it better). After a night of hunting crocodiles, two poachers are killed and another poacher (Max Phipps) barely gets out alive. Steve Harris (John Jarratt) is a local park ranger who is called in to fix the problem. He is a man who is trying to balance the environmental concerns with the need to keep the area safe. When a young Aboriginal boy is swallowed whole by the same crocodile (a scene that is quite shocking...), panic sets in. The local council is worried about future developments and the area getting a bad name. The poachers go berserk and shoot up every crocodile they find, but not the one that did the damage. Also to complicate things for Steve, his former lover Cathy (Nikki Coghill) comes back to town. After another man is attacked, the council decides to go in all gung ho and kill the crocodile, but Steve is conflicted and consults local Aboriginal elders to help with a solution. The elder decides that to keep harmony with the land, they will capture the croc and take him to his homeland while killing another croc to make it look like that was the croc doing all the damage. The council tentatively agrees, but when the poacher, now one arm down after another tangle with the croc, finds out about this plan, he goes ballastic and decides that this croc must die. Up until it's DVD release in October, Dark Age has never been released in Australia thanks to all that distribution red tape. A shame as this is quite a good B-thriller that borrows heavily from Jaws. A solid story with some great action both on land and with the croc. Sure, the croc looks very fake, but that doesn't necessarily take away from the action. It's a far better film than that other recent croc film Rogue (also starring John Jarratt), which is a very disappointing film. Dark Age is well worth a look.

And there's Nikki Coghill again. Man, how good was she in the 80s? And, she's nipping out all over the place in this film. John Jarratt can't stop raving about her on the commentary. Hmmmm...

Nikki Coghill film clip. Collages below

Hidden cam images from the Broadway play Seminar: Lily Rabe

Hidden cam images from the Broadway play Seminar: Hettienne Park

Jessica Brown Findlay in Albatross (2011)

Hungarian fashion model Reka Ebergenyi

British runway model Stella Tennant

Pernilla August in Fanny and Alexander (1982)

Mona Malm in Fanny and Alexander (1982)