We’re proud to present these exclusive photos of Miss Kiger from 1978, taken and sent in by an Idol Features reader, who met her a little more than a year after her January 1977 Playmate of the Month issue hit the stands.
Naoyuki Tomomatsu’s “Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead” trilogy (so far) is as wonderfully gory and tasteless as the title implies and its cast is chock-full of JAV alumnae. Among them is Asami, one of Japan’s top Scream Queens.
The Japanese urban legend of the scissor-wielding “Slit-Mouth Woman” was believed to be real in Japan’s Nagasaki Prefecture in 1979. Reports of sightings were given such merit, local police increased patrols and parents were cautioned not to let their children go out alone.
Cherry (Poptart) was more than just an adult comic book full of gratuitous and explicit kinky sex that included bondage, incest, and bestiality (well, implied bestiality, anyway). It also contained satire, political humor, and social commentary.
If you like movies where only and all the female characters are off the deep end, this gem from Jen & Sylvia Soska is one not to miss. Of special note is Tristan Risk’s bizarre Betty Boop-like stripper, Beatress Johnson and Paula Lindberg’s Ruby Realgirl.
Most of the girls who entered the now-defunct Lakeport Revival Classic Car Show’s bikini contests, were clearly professional models. One notable exception gave away her amateur status with her less-than-perfect posture.
Japanese ladies seem to be more creative than their Korean counterparts when it comes to the method to end it all, sometimes employing the use of toxic chemicals. Koreans overwhelmingly favor hanging as the preferred means.
The high energy routines of NBA cheerleaders keep the crowd pumped-up during halftimes and breaks in the action. Here are 24 Asian ladies who, during the 2011-2012 season, grace the court with their squads on game days in support of their teams.
A selection of last commercials, performances, shoots, and messages from some of the Korean female entertainers who took their own lives within the last several years. Actress Jung Da-bin signed her last autograph with the words “be happy.”
Although they share a common theme and all-female casts, the films in the Korean “Whispering Corridors” anthology are not linked to one and other in terms of a continuing storyline or recurring characters.