Site That Bills Itself as a Movie Reviewer Finds That Sex Sells
September 23, 2007
In the movie “Knocked Up,” the character played by Seth Rogen has a get-rich scheme to start a Web site that features Hollywood nude scenes, but his plans are dashed when he learns that another site, MrSkin.com, beat him to the punch.
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Mr. Skin Lists Greatest Nude Scenes in New Book
September 15, 2007
Jim McBride has a great job. For the last eight years, he and a small group of dedicated employees (including his own mother) have fastidiously watched, pinpointed, and categorized female nude scenes in over 25,000 movies and television shows, and this Saturday McBride--or as millions know him, Mr. Skin--released a book chronicling the best of the best with Mr. Skin’s Skintastic Video Guide: The 501 Greatest Movies for Sex & Nudity on DVD. Of course, after nearly a decade of harmless pay-it-forward sexual decadence, one book would seem unfitting—this book is the second from McBride, after 2004’s Mr. Skin’s Skincyclopedia: The A-to-Z Guide to Finding Your Favorite Actresses Naked.
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Mr. Skin’s Skintastic Video Guide
September 13, 2007
I’m a film buff, so I’ve seen plenty of films with stars in the buff. But I haven’t seen as many as Jim McBride, aka Mr. Skin, whose Web site and books are the IMDB of nakedness. His latest volume, subtitled The 501 Greatest Movies for Sex and Nudity on DVD, covers flicks you can find in Blockbuster or Borders, plus some you might just find on Cinemax ("Hardbodies", anyone?).
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Femme Fatales on the Skintastic Video Guide
July 20, 2007
"Forget looking online for Charlize Theron’s full frontal scene in The Devil’s Advocate (1997). Perving out on female ‘skintastic’ movie moments has never been easier or more hands on!"
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