Saturday, August 28, 2010


Hunk. What an odd, odd movie. But they got the right guy for the part, John Allen Nelson. A blonde-haired blue-eyed paragon of statuesque perfection, he is. They should have had him running around in the speedo for the whole movie.

Then he did one of my absolute favorite comedy/horror movies, Killer Klowns From Outer Space. You must have a truly twisted sense of humor to enjoy it. Naturally, I do. Rent it now, see it later, love it forever.

John got a bit more grizzly after that, which if anything made him more of a stunner. Which was displayed for his several years on Baywatch.

He's 51 today, and he still ain't too shabby. More of Johnny boy here.

Monday, August 23, 2010

WoW - Wallpaper of the Week

I used to watch All My Children somewhat back in the '70s, but stopped long before Cameron Mathison (41 on Wednesday) joined the show. I'd only ever seen pictures of him, but hubba-hubba. I had forgotten he was in 54, the first major thing he did. Hmm, more than just Ryan in it. I must get around to watching it, I've had the DVD for quite a while.

Anyway, I loved him when he did Dancing With The Stars. That was when the show began to seem cursed, what with Jane's mother passing and Marie fainting, then losing her father. Even though Cameron didn't make it to the finals, he nearly did, so he was on for a good long time. More of the wonder that is Cameron can be found here and here. Oh, and here too.

William Levy Gutierrez. He'll be 30 on Sunday. I'd say Billy has the potential for a long career, looking as he does. He started out as a model, then went on to become a telenovela fixture. The latest thing he's done is Sortilegio, with muy tórrido Gabriel Soto. Billy's telenovela career appears to involve much shirtlessness, and swimming in pools in skimpy trunks. The boy's not shy, as can be seen in this very NSFW series of underwear modelling shots for N2N. Yeah, it's him, though he's gone blonder lately. It's like I've always said. Women have been objectified for ages, the time is way overdue for the tables to be turned.

In Memoriam

If he were still alive, River Phoenix would be 40 today. What he could have done, what he could have been, we'll never know.

I never met him, but could have, since I was living in Gainesville when he was playing around town with Aleka's Attic.

His death made no sense, considering he espoused and seemed to live such a healthy lifestyle. Just shows that there are depths to everyone, sad tragic depths. What a waste. See more of the beautiful River here.

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