The best band you've never heard of is now available for your listening pleasure. Da Willys came about in the musical void after punk, post-punk, new wave, and no wave, but before grunge brought punk to the suburban malls where it now thrives. They lived and played in a New York City that was still dangerous but not so much fun. Times Square grindhouses were shuttered and the Lower East Side was a pharmacy.
Years come, years go. So as 2007 fades into the new horizons of 2008, let's be freshly grateful, then, that flesh on film lasts forever. The past twelve months have provided a bumper crop of delectable actresses unveiling themselves on DVD.
American Pie Presents: Beta House (Picture: 1) is the sixth skin-stallment in the world's reigning teen-sex-comedy juggernaut. Be sure to pick it up on DVD when it debuts the day after Christmas. There is no finer use for all those gift cards you got. MrSkin.com sat down with Beta House screenwriter Erik Lindsay to talk about his new movie, the previous Pies, and raunchy puberty farces of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
The teen sex comedy, that bulwark of shower-room peeping, back-seat groping, pledge hazing, and general debauchery, had all but disappeared from mainstream American cinema before it was revived by 1999's skinstant classic American Pie, in which Shannon Elizabeth's (Picture: 1) not-to-be-believed topless masturbation scene gave fans of on-screen nudity a reason to test out the pause and zoom buttons on their new DVD players.
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