If you’ve ever watched any videos by comedy band, Garfunkel and Oates, you’ve probably thought, “hm, this is kinda good”, followed by, “I really want to see Riki Lindhome naked”. Fortunately for us, Riki Lindhome read our minds and auditioned for a part in 2009’s remake of Last House on the Left. Even though the role of Sadie is minor, she’s topless for about a third of her screen time, so I guess that makes up for it.
The first scene we see Riki Lindhome nude in, she walks into a room full of people and takes her top off to change into a new one right there and then. Many thanks to the director for squeezing that entirely unnecessary moment in there like that. The next time we see her naked is, well, basically the entire final act of the film. She gets surprised while sleeping in the buff, and spends all the time between that and her death beating off men with a metal pole and other convenient household weapons while her boobies jiggle like a pair of gelatin bowls from God’s own fridge.
But even this seems like a warm-up compared to the latest offering from Reno 911’s Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant, Hell Baby. Now, I haven’t seen it myself yet – and until the producers work out a distribution deal, no one else will – but according to those involved in the production as well as the folks that saw it at Sundance, it contains some very impressive nudity from Riki Lindhome. Critic Drew McWeeny says that she was “naked in ways I did not know you could be naked”, and writer-director Thomas Lennon states in an interview that their thought process for the scene boiled down to “wouldn’t it be fun to look at Riki Lindhome naked for, like, 6 minutes?” Yes, Mr Lennon, it would be fun, and I look forward to it.
But until that’s released, here are the nude scenes from Last House on the Left. Let me say up front that the video looks far better than the caps. Unfortunately, Riki Lindhome is always moving very quickly while naked, and the camera operator doesn’t exactly sit still either. The result is that there’s a whole lot of motion blur when you pull out the frames. Anyway, all of that’s below. And if any of you are still reading, let me use this moment to post the obligatory reminder that I do take requests, which this post is a result of, and you can send them by hitting the CONTACT tab above.