The CaveAugust 26, 2005
After a group of biologists discovers a huge network of unexplored caves in Romania and, believing it to be an undisturbed eco-system that has produced a new species, they hire the best American team of underwater cave explorers in the world. While exploring deeper into the underwater caves, a rockslide blocks their exit, and they soon discover a larger carnivorous creature has added them to its food chain.
The Cover Girl MurdersOctober 28, 1993
The scene is a remote tropical island, where several top swimsuit models converge for a magazine photo shoot, orchestrated by publisher Lee Majors. The girls are lovely, the scenery gorgeous, the weather couldn't be pleasanter. Only one hitch: one by one, the models fall victim to mysterious fatal accidents. You know by now that these are no accidents.
Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit 1997September 5, 2000
"Saturday Night Live" alum Rob Schneider brings his offbeat humor to the sexy SI annual Swimsuit video as he frolics on the beaches with models like Vendela and Stacey Williams. Visit Turkey with sultry Tyra Banks. Explore the rainforest with mysterious Naomi Campbell. Dance on a desert island with Niki Taylor. It's old favorites, fresh faces and a whole lot of fun. Featured models: Tyra Banks, Niki Taylor, Naomi Campbell, Vendela, Stacey Williams, Eva Herzigova, Valeria Mazza, Steffi Graf.
Sharp as a NeedleJanuary 1, 1961
Tonis and Rena are loved, but their uncles have objections, as they are deadly competitors in the field of swimwear marketing. Rena's uncle promotes a modern swimsuit, while Toni's uncle is a fan of the classic line. The two young men decide to steal ..
Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit 1996September 5, 2000
Sexy supermodels Tyra Banks, Valeria Mazza, Kathy Ireland, Stacey Williams, Ingrid Seynhaeve, Rebecca Romijn, Angie Everhart, Manon von Gerkan and newcomer Georgianna Robertson hit South Africa for the 1996 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Packed LunchJanuary 1, 2005
What is it about Speedos? Well here Australian director Tim Hunter is on a mission to find the answer to the question of why so many gay men can't seem to get enough of hunks in tight fitting trunks? Although somehow I think the answer can be found in the question! Anyway in a bid to discover the truth, Hunter has carried out a series of interviews with men who have more than a passing interest in this briefest of garment, including that of Speedo designer Peter Travis, who here relates his part in the history of 'the male equivalent of the Wonder Bra.'