Monday, January 17, 2022
Often when I'm doing research for the site, I end up going down an Internet rabbit hole. That's exactly what happened when I was choosing a film and actor to spotlight in my Snow Day themed posts. I ended up choosing actor Josh Peck from the generic comedy Snow Day. I ended up choosing that film for both the title, and because it was fairly easy to put together.
It was easy, as there were plenty of hot shots of Josh on the net, and I had no problem finding a copy of Snow Day to watch on-line. Originally however, I was going to feature another winter film, one featuring the late great Max von Sydow. Although the Swedish born actor is not exactly known as a sex symbol, his talent and his impact on film is considerable.
I haven't really seen a lot of Max's films. I do remember watching The Exorcist and Flash Gordon on television when I was a kid, but the actor's film resume goes far beyond his box office hits. A couple of years ago I saw one of Max's films on TCM. I found some time on Sunday night to watch it again, and research a bit more about Max and the film. There is no nudity in the film, but I did track down two butt scenes from Max's film resume. Check out more on the NEXT PAGE HERE:
'He has a really hairy ass...'
Not sure how I missed this the first time around... FH readers know I love featuring art models, especially models who pose for classes and large groups. There are so many dynamics at play with modeling for a group of strangers I find fascinating to explore.Jesse in green
Recently I saw a cap of a blonde model posing for an art class and had to do a Google image search. The model turned out to be Jesse Burgess and the cap was from the 2011 British documentary series Dirty Sexy Things. The show aired on E4 and featured eight models preparing for eight shoots which were culminated in an exhibition for fashion photographer Perou. I managed to track down a video clip. The art class is featured in the short clip below,. You can see more of Jesse from the series in a longer video on SendSpace HERE:
I noticed that one of the artists that Matt had worked with was Chicago based photographers Chris Free. Chris has long been a favorite of mine since first discovering and featuring his work almost a decade ago. You can check out all of my stories featuring Chris' work on the new Quaternate post on the next page HERE: I quickly got in touch with Chris, who was enthusiastic about featuring his work with Matt.