The Sexy Naked Moon Goddess Contends With a Creepy Peeper

The Sexy Naked Moon Goddess Contends With a Creepy Peeper

Moon Goddess is a very humorous animated short film by Melanie Atwater,  a student at CalArts. The film presents a modern take on the mythological tale of Artemis and Actaeon. Descending from her heavenly perch, the naked goddess is interrupted each evening during her leisurely bath by the heavy panting and malicious grinning of a lecherous peeping-tom watching her from the bushes. So, what’s a poor goddess do?

Well, first she pulls out her bowstring and transforms the nasty creeper into a stag, but that doesn’t work. Luckily, the wily goddess has one or two more tricks up her sleeve. However, no matter what she changes the lurking pervert into, he still makes disgusting gestures and kissing motions in her direction. Finally, the sexy bathing goddess transforms the nasty creeper into something that distracts him from ever bothering her again.

The Sexy Naked Moon Goddess Contends With a Creepy Peeper

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The Little Submarine: Soccer, Food, Hot Women and a Very Sexy Blastoff!

The Little Submarine: Soccer, Food, Hot Women and a Very Sexy Blastoff!

Sub! is an award-winning, very strange Rhode Island School of Design animated short film by Jesse Schmal. The epic film’s totally got the goods; the short’s weird, wickedly funny, and sad, and then weird again.

Sub! begins with an Italian piazza being invaded by an unlikely intruder. A little submarine suddenly bursts out of the piazza’s fountain, becoming a link between all the characters there. The funny film shows what each character does with the little submarine to get themselves out of the jam in which they started off: the dog won’t eat, there’s no whistle to start the soccer match and the sexy woman won’t accept a lusty dude’s advances.

The Little Submarine: Soccer, Food, Hot Women and a Very Sexy Blastoff!

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Celebrating the Renaissance of the Cyberflâneur: Born to Die

Celebrating the Renaissance of the Cyberflâneur: Born to Die

Born to Die is the new music video directed by the celebrated photographer/filmmaker Yoann Lemoine, from the chart-topping major label album debut by 25-year-old retro chanteuse Lana Del Rey. A number of malcontent bloggers have taken snarky aim at Del Rey, taking issue with the size of her fantastic pout, with the fact that she changed her name from the far less exotic Lizzy Grant, and for presenting an image they feel is just too cool to be real. Nevertheless, Del Rey comes across like a gangster Lauren Bacall, finds musical inspiration in the bright lights of Monte Carlo and can sing with enough grace and longing to break your heart after just one verse.

Celebrating the Renaissance of the Cyberflâneur: Born to Die

(Best Viewed in HD Full-Scale Mode)

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Nothing Personal: I’d Just Rather Be a Sexy Picture

Nothing Personal: I’d Just Rather Be a Sexy Picture

Nothing Personal is a six-minute short art film directed by the acclaimed photographer Matt Black for Black Palm Films, featuring Paz de la Huerta with original music by unkle. We’ve been seeing a goodly generous amount of Paz de la Huerta’s sexy body and bountiful boobs these past few months on Boardwalk Empire, not to mention her awkward wardrobe malfunction outside the LA’s Chateau Marmont. Now, exceeding both of those, Paz de la Huerta is seen inside the Chateau Marmont getting it on with some lucky actor in this steamy cinematic adventure. The first three minutes is all about Paz grinding it up, then the next basically explain the point of the film.

And just what is the point you may ask? The difference between making love and sex, that love provides a personal fulfillment that sex can’t accomplish. Sex is a very superficial way of appreciating people. And maybe even more to the point, narcissism is a very harsh friend.

Nothing Personal: I’d Just Rather Be a Sexy Picture

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Steamy Sexting: Sending Sexy Porn Notes in the Office

Steamy Sexting: Sending Sexy Porn Notes in the Office

Sexting (aka Valentine’s Day) is a very funny, twisted romantic one-minute short film created by English filmmaker Phillip Bloom for DocuMovie. Valentine’s Day fever hits big-time in a small office, with very hot and steamy results. You’ll end up getting some real goose bumps watching this one!

Steamy Sexting: Sending Sexy Porn Notes in the Office

(Best Viewed in HD Full-Screen Mode)

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The Sultry Chick: A Hot and Steamy Night of Torrid Sex

The Sultry Chick: A Hot and Steamy Night of Torrid Sex

Chick is an award-winning, wickedly funny five-minute animated short film by the Polish graphic and animation artist Michal Socha. It’s the naughty tale of a raucous evening of intensely hot and heavy sex, a design tour de force that casts a jaundiced eye upon a couple’s steamy night of wild lust. Their evening date quickly devolves into a darkly torrid roll-in-the hay, a boffo one-night-stand that ultimately leads to an unexpectedly shocking eye-for-an-eye climax. Next!

The Sultry Chick: A Hot and Steamy Night of Torrid Sex

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The Bubbles: They Just Didn’t Work!

The Bubbles: They Just Didn’t Work!

Bubble (Burbuja) is a sexy, wickedly funny short film by the Spanish filmmakers Pedro Casablanc and Gabriel Olivares.  The film tells a story of the sexy escapades of Margaret and Pili, two girlfriends living in a sleepy, little town.  Margaret dreams of getting her driver’s license, buying a  new car and leaving the town forever.  But until then, she and Pili have to depend on Pili’s brother, Horten, to pick them up and drive them around on their sexy hijinks.  And they certainly take a big advantage of the situation, and as often as they can!  However, one day poor Margaret is shocked to learn that she’s pregnant: her old reliable method of bubbly contraception has failed to work.  Ooops!!

The Bubbles: They Just Didn’t Work!

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