Mr. Skin Blog
After last week's brutal attack on Monica Bellucci, let's lighten the mood with one of the most joyful moments—with some pitch black subtext—ever put on film in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange.... read more
March rolls along with six more skin-filled titles for you to stream as you wait for Spring!... read more
One week from tomorrow we get a whole new crop of flicks on the big three streaming services, but sadly one week from today, we lose the ability to watch a whole crop of films. Here are over twenty flicks leaving Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu in the month of March!... read more
Considered by many, myself included, to be the greatest director that ever lived, Stanley Kubrick was the most meticulous, exacting, and brilliant filmmaker to ever grace us with his unique worldview.... read more
Perhaps one of the greatest tropes in all of cinema is the two girl/one guy threesome!... read more
April is a month for skin classics on Netflix and Amazon Prime, though there are a few newer treats for you to enjoy as well!... read more
While October is normally all about the chills and thrills, Netflix is all about the spills with its streaming lineup this month!
Hit the jump for more pics and info...... read more
We've got 500 hp of nudity to get you going from 0 to horny in 3 seconds flat this week on DVD and Blu-Ray! First, we've got Charlotte Ross and Amber Heard leading a high-octane cast of naked ladies in Drive Angry, and the bare boobs of Roxanne Mesquida and Juno Temple to turn your crank shaft in Kaboom!. Coming around the corner, Megan Fox and Liezel Carstens' Passion Play will have you passionately playing with yourself, and Anna Paquin will get your engine running as True Blood, Season 3 hits DVD and Blu-Ray. Headed towards the finish line, we've got bipolar boobies in Biutiful, and a lovely bit of the ol' in-out for your droogies as A Clockwork Orange hits Blu-Ray.
More after the jump!... read more
The Academy likes to spray its golden shower of recognition onto films that deal with “serious” issues but don't push the skinema envelope. The tiniest whiff of an NC-17 can send Hollywood producers into a cutting room frenzy of piranha-esque proportions, and it's the three B's they usually skeletonize in their dig for Oscar gold. This year, Blue Valentine was released initially as an NC-17, but when awards talk started buzzing around star Michelle Williams, the film was changed to an R. Mr. Skin ain't afraid of no X, so we're proud to present this tribute to the skintrepid blue movie pioneers of the Academy Awards!
The only X-rated film to win an Oscar for Best Picture is 1969’s Midnight Cowboy, starring Jon Voight as a baby-faced hustler. Jon's dreams might have been shattered by the mean streets of New York, but we're still enchanted by the magical mammage of his first john (Jane?), played by Brenda Vaccaro.
X-rated skinema took a twisted turn with Stanley Kubrick’s antisocial opus A Clockwork Orange (1971), nominated for Best Picture. Alex had a taste for the sex as well as the ultraviolence, and his perverted fantasies naturally include plenty of boobies for the droogies.
Director Roberto Bertolluci and actor Marlon Brando were both honored by the Academy for their parts in Last Tango in Paris (1973) but we think Maria Schneider deserves a special lifetime skinchievement award for her full frontal fearlessness in this wanktastic classic.
In more recent times, the X rating has been replaced by the less xxxplicit sounding NC-17. Henry & June (1990), the first film ever released with an NC-17, is also the only one to be nominated for an Academy Award (for cinematography). There's plenty of (well-lit) skin in this celebration of la vie boheme (aka bisexual horndoggery) in 1920s Paris.
Perhaps someday a randy redeemer will come along and liberate the Academy from their hangups, and a titillating tide of nudity will come washing over the Oscars like a cleansing flood. But until that sexcellent day, blue movies (and Mr. Skin) stand stiffly alone. We can only get down on our knees and, uhm...pray.
Stay tuned for more Academy-Award winning nudity all this week on the Mr. Skin blog!
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By Count Rackula
Adam Rifkin’s cinematic career has included writing big-budget family movies like Mousehunt (1997), Small Soldiers (1998), and Underdog (2008), directing Psycho Cop Returns (1993) and Detroit Rock City (1999), and acting in Disturbed (1990), Bikini Island (1991), and Bikini Squad (1993).
He recently sat down to talk about his new movie, Look, which comes out on DVD May 5th.
Read the full interview after the jump.... read more