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17391) Ralphus 
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Tuesday, 17 January 2017 02:33 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Bill K: What are you talking about? Tattoos ARE evil. It's an established fact. You could look it up.

Smoking, on the other hand, is sexy as hell smile

 
17390) Bill K. 
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Tuesday, 17 January 2017 02:11 AM Permalink


It's the fact that society has ingrained this myth into today's youth that piercings and tattoos are a positive thing that just infuriates me.

It's also a fact that society has ingrained this myth into today's youth that drinking alcohol and smoking are a positive thing, which kills a million or so young and old people each year.

Last time I checked tattoos and piercings killed no one. So this tattoos are evil rant is silly.

This tattoo debate is going nowhere fast.

Let's debate bondage torture methods instead. Bill K.
 
17389) Renzo Novatore 
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Tuesday, 17 January 2017 01:16 AM Permalink


"It's the fact that society has ingrained this myth into today's youth that piercings and tattoos are a positive thing that just infuriates me."

Settle down grampa... wink

Kids these days.

I was going to mention Reiko Ike (of "pinky violence" fame) as someone who pulled off sexy tattoos, in the yakuza fashion, but actually she was pretty good-looking with no tattoos as well, so...

 
17388) T 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 11:10 PM Permalink


In regards to The Love Witch

(Which I repeat that I have not seen. So this is not a review of any sort)

Ralphus is probably right. I did some poking around, and at least one source says the gorgeous witch-lady is rescued by her dopey boyfriend long before they can actually burn her.

Boo.

That said, the film seems to be a loving tribute to that late-60's/early-70's witchsploitation genre and hits every note perfectly (except for the BATS apparently), which is one of my favorite things so I'll probably see it anyway.

If there's anything noteworthy, I'll mention it again.



Not everything can be this.
 
17387) T 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 10:27 PM Permalink


The thing of it is... it's really hard for me to argue a nuance.

I'm neither for tattoos nor against them. It's a personal preference, like skin or hair color.

Don't like them? Great.

I could also counterpoint that I could sit here rattling off many leading ladies with tattoos (Dragon or otherwise), with Harley Quinn and Jaylah being the big two I remember from this past movie season.

Majority may sway the opinions of some, but as we all know, it's the Electorate Vote that matters. (So long as the winners get what they want, anyway.)

The tastefulness of a tattoo in a scene is entirely dependent upon context.

Hell, I could imagine some sort of time travel story where a modern day woman goes back to Salem Village or something and her Wicca Star tramp stamp becomes the so-called Devil's Mark they were looking for...

I'd love the Hell out of that.
 
17386) Ralphus 
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(17386) A follow up on the tattoo discussion...

T wrote:

And needless to say, if your GIMP movie is set during a Old-Time Witch-hunt, that rainbow butterfly Tramp Stamp on her ass better be covered up.

Case in point: what major production company has been doing witch-hunting videos for years? I'm talking probably a good decade or more. InquisitionLive. And check out this still from of their more recent productions, above.

What the hell, man! I mean, really...how is this woman even remotely qualified to play a medieval witch with that big purple flower tattoo on her side? If I'm the casting director, she either doesn't get hired or else I have my production team cover up that nasty tat with makeup so there's no trace of it. Not only is the tattoo ugly, not only does it detract negatively from her appearance, it's also wildly out of place in an Inquisition era movie.

So let me get back to my original statement. No woman ever looks BETTER with a tattoo. Period. Do women have the right to uglify their looks? Yeah, theoretically. Is it ever a good idea? No, never. It's the fact that society has ingrained this myth into today's youth that piercings and tattoos are a positive thing that just infuriates me. There may be people out there who don't mind tattoos, but you'd hard-pressed to find many men who actual prefer their women all marked up. Sometimes old-fashioned values still apply, and I can't think of any better example than this one.

Eda's latest post, especially the third point, is extremely telling. Listen to her; she's one smart girl...er, woman smile

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About The Love Witch, T wrote:

I sure hope there's a decent BATS scene in this. Anyone seen it?

I haven't, and I'm not optimistic, based on the trailer, despite the "burn the witch" teaser line of dialogue. Number one, it's a comedy. Comedies have a very low chance of ever delivering a BATS scene. And even if they do have one, it's usually played for laughs. Number two, there was no glimpse of the woman tied to a stake anywhere in the trailer. If you've got something as eye-catching as a burning at the stake scene in your movie, you can bet they'll show it to us in the trailer. Elvira: Mistress of the Dark even put it on their video box. And lastly, I took a few minutes and did a search for the word "burn" in all 83 external reviews on the IMDB. 0 for 83. I think you can mark this one down as a big ol' miss, which is too bad, since that dark-haired woman is gorgeous.

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Quoom: Helluva beautiful artwork, my friend! The sense of anticipation is palatable. Is there more to this story? What happens when that dildo is plugged in?
 
17385) Eda 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 08:52 PM Permalink


Regarding the tattoo debate:

1. Every adult woman of course has the right to choose what to do with and to her body.

2. I have a right to my personal opinion on what other women choose to do with or to their bodies, and I think that tattooing a body is a poor choice. I don't think that ink is more beautiful than flesh.

3. I am confident that I am in the majority on this issue and offer as evidence the fact that, even those companies whose spokespersons argue in favor of the supposed "beauty" of tattoos cover them up during filming !! If tattoos were more beautiful than flesh to most people, or even a large minority, film companies would not be covering tattoos on their actresses, but would be keeping them visible or even adding temporary tattoos. How many leading actresses display tattoos at all or anything more than very small ones that are barely noticeable? If tattoos are so "hot" these days, why hasn't this changed?
 
17384) bastinado 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 05:22 PM Permalink


Esso: I was just re-reading your excellent "Megan's Asian Interrogation" and was wondering if you ever considered working the Tiger Bench into one of your stories? I hope you will be posting a new piece soon.
 
17383) Harry 
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(17383) Enjoy.
 
17382) Dick Napalm 
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(17382) Hey guys! Happy Monday morning! UGH!

First off, I'd like to thank our gracious host Ralphus for posting the many Bunny Bound artworks of mine the past week! It was an honor! 'Hope you all liked them too!

On the subject of tattoos...No sir, I don't like 'em. Just my personal preference in general, especially on women, and ESPECIALLY on GIMP! To each his or her own...

As far as the new poll question goes, (which I must say, I had a hand in having posed), you can see the lengths I'll go to destroy my Bunny Bound character in the final entries of the latest epic, 'Bunny vs Nature Gone Wrong!' The evil plants do to her what virtually no GIMP in cinema has ever endured, and you can see the progression of her body being destroyed in today's NEW update : [bunny] Have I gone too far? You decide your comfort level, but it actually gets worse!

So, today's little pic I'm posting comes from my distant past and proves that I was always a sick and twisted monster! It is one of MANY pre-Bunny Bound drawings I did from as far back as college or even high school! I'll be adding these never before seen drawings to my Bunny Bound Patreon page SOON! It's for those fine folks who have helped fund Bunny Bound there! Lots of new exclusive content is added there weekly! Toss me a buck or five to see it all! Trust me, it's WELL worth it! [www.patreon.com]

I think that's it for now...Hope that you guys have been enjoying the content on the Bunny site! There have been some great posts here lately too! 'Love the Tiger Bench gifs/pics, again thanks to Ralphus and those wanting to see more of them! Maybe Bunny should ride the bench again? Hmmm...

Until next time, Dick Out!
 
17381) Lashes 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 10:06 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Greetings All,

My comment on today's picture would be...........Maybe this is the punishment for bad housekeeping! cool
 
17380) Covers the Relentless 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 07:49 AM Permalink


(17380) Official Police Detective May 1978 #3
 
17379) T 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 06:42 AM Permalink


The lengths a girl will go to get a man...



I sure hope there's a decent BATS scene in this. Anyone seen it?
 
17378) Quoom 
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(17378) @Poll: "I really don't want to heat your cunt with THIS stick! But if you don't talk right now, you force me to go further..." cool
 
17377) Black_Sad 
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17376) lurker10 
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Monday, 16 January 2017 04:03 AM Permalink


Tattoos and other cultural norms of appearance:

Otzi the Iceman (5300 y.o.) had 61 tatoos. Want to bet his girlfriends didn't have any?

Google "average woman appearance"; The GIMPs on this site are an idealized subset of the American subset (google images "women of Walmart"), which is a small portion of the total female population.

*ALL* cultures go in for body ornamentation, from clothes and jewelry to crippling disfigurement (Ubangi lips, Chinese petal feet, female genital mutilation) (google images "tramp stamp", "body ornamentation"). Note that successful reproduction is implicit; "too ugly to reproduce" is a set that empties quickly. Wedding ornamentation is especially elaborate.

US norms for female ornamentation are pretty mild, but the mating dance is big business; flip through a women's magazine and estimate the proportion of clothes, jewelry, and cosmetics ads. (and flip through Playboy and count the clothing ads)

Regards male preferences, about the only universal one is the woman's waist-to-hips ratio, and you can find plenty of exceptions to that too. More generally, male preferences are for great weapons (swords, guns), fast horses (or cars), and beautiful women, the possession of the last being somewhat contingent on the possession of the first two. And "beauty" is closely related to "nubile".

You may think that your concept of beauty is universal; forget it; we're all heavily acculturated. We here are, by the way, an evolutionary dead end; destroying women is not a successful cultural model.
 
17375) Iceberg 
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The screen shots mentioned in post 17359 are very good. The chinese are excellent at torturing using the tiger bench and torture of the feet and toes. If anyone has any of these videos i would really appreciate an email or posting on this site. For the poll, this is my favorite type of torture, toes and fingers, extreme pain no killing, just pain and confessions!
 
17374) T 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 09:54 PM Permalink


Actually, now that I think back on it...

What was the point of contention about tattoos again?

Does anyone care if someone doesn't like them? (or vice versa?)

It's a free country. (For now...)


I tend to view tattoos in the same vein as make up. Done well, you won't even question it; done poorly, and you wonder what's wrong with this freaky lizard-skinned person who's talking to you now for some reason.


And needless to say, if your GIMP movie is set during a Old-Time Witch-hunt, that rainbow butterfly Tramp Stamp on her ass better be covered up.
 
17373) boccaccio 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 04:54 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Re Kirsten's comment(s) about 'tasteful' tattoos and some of the replies.

I think we're talking at cross purposes here. I would never suggest that tattoos can not be 'tasteful,' but for many of us they are counter-erotic.

In an earlier post I mentioned that in the 1970's some of the Japanese film studios produced many films which depicted Tokugawa-era (early 1600's to mid 1800's) women with very elaborate and beautiful tattoos.

Beautiful (from my point of view) in a non-erotic context, that is to say. By the same token, I might be a great fan of Cezanne's still lifes, or Monet's water lilies but I wouldn't want to see them painted on a woman's body.

In a related vein, I'm also not, generally speaking, a fan of Sports Illustrated's body painting photos in their annual swim suit collection. In theory they should be among the raciest photos in the issue; in practice, to my taste, they are not.

Context is everything.
 
17372) Bill K. 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 04:21 PM Permalink


I'm only against gimp actresses with tattoos.

I for one and maybe all Gimpers never give a thought to gimp villains with tattoos or for that matter professional athletes or actors in general with tattoos. Men have been getting tattoos for it seem like forever. Going back at least to the 18th century.

So if a gimp actress got to have her body tattooed by all means go for it.

The bottom line is I'm sure all Gimpers would enjoy a beautiful gimp, with no tattoos, being raped and tortured in films, but you can't say the same for tattooed gimps especially heavy tattoos.

Another note is gimp poser artists for the most part don't add tattoos to their gimp models. Bill K.
 
17371) Reine Margot 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 02:56 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Justine goes theatrical and Isabel goes to The Rack


I woke up the morning before the weekend and received a call by our highly esteemed Beto, who plays such wonderful characters as the Butler in Barbazul and the mean inquisitor in Maleficarum, he asked: Have you seen the newspaper this morning? I said no. They are announcing the premiere of JUSTINE for March! He said in a panic voice, he added: And I didn't know anything about that! What's happening? Why am I out of the loop?!!! I had to respond to him that I was not aware of any agreement between us and movie theatres yet. I knew that Jac had an appointment last week but he didn't make it because he got distracted with The Passion of Isabel. Beto suggested, sternly, that I go out and get myself a copy or two of the newspaper, which I did. And there it was, with a color picture of Amy, the newspaper announcing that 7 Bolivian films will be premiering this year, one of them, Jac Avila's JUSTINE. To my surprise, there was already a date! March 2nd! I was sure that was news to everyone, including Amy and Jac, the producers. And yes, everyone in the cast and crew started contacting everyone else about this nobody new wtf was happening. Jac had to go to have a talk with the people who made that announcement to the newspaper, and he returned with the news that the premiere will be in March, but on the 16th, because it was very possible that Amy and Erix will be returning from the US just before that date. So, now it is official, JUSTINE is going to have a theatrical run after all.


While all that was happening, Bea and Jac were very busy getting ready for The Passion of Isabel, they spent Saturday at the set. Actually, Jac spent most of Saturday carrying a lot of big and heavy things to the set, setting things up there and then waited for Bea to arrive to test something that was very, very important for him. The Wheel/Rack. There's a bigger illustrated story about this at the Red Feline Club. This is the short version. The question in Jac's mind was what kind of Rack was he going to be featuring in his new movie. He had an idea but he wasn't sure if it would be physically possible, so he needed Bea to test his idea and to see if she was willing to be put through that... and to make sure it was safe, within perilous reason, of course. He also wanted to know if he could use The Wheel from JUSTINE as a Rack. It was designed to be used in that fashion as well, but it was never tested. In fact, when The Wheel was put upright, it had the tendency to go dangerously forward. There were other issues that were evident, so it was never tried that way. Jac thought of a way of preventing the wheel from falling forward, squashing anyone who would be on its way down or attached to it and he was ready to test it... with Bea.


There was another issue with The Wheel. Would Bea be willing to be attached to the surface while The Wheel was upright? And to be turn around knowing that she would be upside down at one point with only her ankles supporting her body? Would the structure of The Wheel hold someone in that fashion? Part of that escenario was tested. Bea climbed up the wheel to see how she felt about it. The Wheel held her well and she was fine with it. Now the question remains, is Jac going to turn the wheel around? The test will come... I think... soon.


That night, after all that testing, Jac was all beside himself with joy. Bea was willing to be put through some pretty scary and visually striking wheel tortures and The Wheel itself suddenly became a very important part of the movie, perhaps the most important. A giant step for the production. There are some questions lingering: can The Wheel be turn and turn around, when upright, safely and would Bea be willing to go at it? The other questions are more of the creative kind, what sort of tortures are going to be applied to Isabel while she's on the wheel? There's one movie that Jac saw a while ago and he was talking about it, last year, I think. In that movie, the story of a Saint, the main character, a woman, is nailed to a wheel. She's fully clothed, but that scene is very effective. I think he's considering that now.


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17370) Newarkjoe 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 02:51 PM Permalink


To Kirsten: Well said.
 
17369) Bob 
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GIMP Poll

In real life I would only go for hard SM sessions with consenting female slaves and I would respect their safe word.

In my fantasy there would be no limits and the long lasting torture would lead to her painful death.
 
17368) Sanderson 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 12:35 PM Permalink


My response to the poll question. I like it to go as far as it can, up to and including death, but not beyond - no necrophilia, no cannibalism.
 
17367) Covers the Relentless 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 11:50 AM Permalink


(17367) Official Police Detective Sept 1978
 
17366) Barbanera 
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@16682) asbarka

I've tried to search for the movie "Sofia", but I can't find it... more details please smile ?
 
17365) Michael Max 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 06:56 AM Permalink


@17359) Sivious

Thanks for the tips. I often wonder what treasures are hidden out there in the Asian internet. Japan by itself is a porn capital of the world after all. It seems that the Far Eastern websites, even apart from the obvious language barrier, are notoriously hard to navigate though. Not sure if there is some particular logic to it, which eludes a Western visitor, but I never feel like I am getting a full picture of the content.
 
17364) Joker 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 06:28 AM Permalink


Here's MY favorite "Tattoo" painting a sado masterpiece...

 
17363) Michael Max 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 06:18 AM Permalink


@17356) dmon

I disagree. Further, once again women are not necessarily getting tattoos to "increase their attractiveness level." Maybe they just want them?

Sure, but there are many things we want in life, some of them temporary cravings, others longstanding, that aren't necessarily great for us. We all implicitly run a cost/benefit judgement in our heads, which is semi-reliable, but sometimes it's good to be dissuaded from a bad idea. Especially when something cannot be easily undone.

See post 17257. The word "vandalized" was used. A woman was equivocated to a stupid animal because she had a nose ring. Not a bondage model, just a normal woman with a nose ring. I find it quite disrespectful.

I think there is a crucial difference between saying "should not" and "shall not" that you are, deliberately or not, confusing here. Tattoo critics are definitely speaking from a "should not" standpoint whereas you seem to imply that it's the latter.

As for the nose ring, you are stretching it as well to create a convenient argument. That a farm animal comes to mind when speaking of or looking at nose rings is just a matter of automatic mental association. Just as the word "saddle", for example, creates a mental picture of a horse. It's a difficult argument to make that it simply isn't so.

I meant no disrespect of course. I was not necessarily calling anyone on this site an ape, but more the gawkers in the public arena who cannot seem to control their urges. I apologize if I came off differently.

Ok, no worries. I was overly aggressive as well. I tend to do that once drawn into a debate.

However, I do wish to address part of this point. You say I may ingratiate myself into some women's good graces, but I assure you getting on the good side of the ladies is not the sole reason I am coming to their defense. I know they don't need me, and I'm certainly no white knight. I just greatly respect women, especially my wife, despite the fact that I like to see them tied up and electrocuted. big grin

Again, you are venturing into a strawman argument area. There is no contradiction between saying that tattoos are generally a bad idea, especially for the female half of the populace, and having respect for women. Both of those concepts/opinions can, and often do, perfectly coincide within the same person.

I guess what bothers me the most in the overall debate is pretending that there are no objective standards of beauty in the world. How many men out there don't consider things like long hair, discrete make-up, high heels, exposed legs or cleavage to be enhancers of female beauty? There may be some small minority (disregarding for a moment those that have never seen such things - some lost Amazonian tribe perhaps) who stand apart from the norm in that regard, but there is certainly going to be a great consensus. Those things DO enhance a woman's beauty, at least to an extent, which is why most women in their prime fertile years go to great lengths to avoid being seen without them. Sometimes they are too paranoid in fact as men tend to appreciate natural beauty.

I don't want to be misunderstood that in my opinion everything women do should be taken in the context of how they appear to men - that's not the case - but it's just common sense that being attractive to the opposite sex is one of the most important behavioral drivers for both men and women.

I think warning women away from tattoos is a valuable public service because getting ink under the skin cannot be easily reversed, unlike washing off tacky make-up, for instance.
 
17362) bakerboy 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 05:45 AM Permalink




The above is ONLY acceptable on a proper working slave to attach them at night and to control them. Here is one being pierced for the purpose.



clip is here [www.boundheat.com]
 
17361) Matt 
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Sunday, 15 January 2017 03:54 AM Permalink


I've said it before, but count me in as one of those who despises tattoos for the most part. The woman is already beautiful, and needs no, uh, "enhancement." That goes for nose rings or any kind of body piercing as well. Though I have made an exception, as Tyler Scot is one of my favorite GIMP models, and she had a pair of tattoos: one on her right thigh (a teddy bear) and another tat above her buttocks.
 
17360) Kirsten 
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(17360) Ralphus wrote: I challenge Dmon or anyone else to show us an example of a tasteful tattoo

With all due respect (and I have plenty of that for you) body art is obviously subjective, some people love it, some don't. In my NZ culture, ta moko is a very old and deeply respected art, the tattoos represent everything from ancestral lineage to personal journeys - so 'tasteful' is surely a matter of both personal and cultural perspective?

I have a friend whose moko tells the story of her own personal journey, of her partner, her children, and it is very much a part and an enhancement of her considerable beauty. (I won't post her picture here, but the image I've attached is not far off.)

A vote, again with all due respect, is more likely to be a reflection of cultural and demographic tastes than a robust and objective test.

All of that said, context being everything, I would agree that tattoos and piercings are almost never appropriate in a quasi-historical setting such as the films being discussed in the original post. :)
 
17359) Sivious 
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I'm a native Chinese speaker (although born in the US so my Chinese is maybe first grade level) so perhaps I can shed some light on the GIFs posted by Ralphus. The tiger bench video is from the company HJYY, full name and website is [www.huaijiuyingyuan.com] Unfortunately, even as somebody who can moderately read Chinese, I haven't figured out how to purchase videos directly from them. As best I can figure, they are very paranoid about pirating and require a deposit of about 1000 yuan before they will sell you anything. Each video is watermarked and if your particular watermark leaks, your deposit is forfeit and you don't get to buy any more videos. However, their older videos are available on a number of second-hand websites and forums and I think I've personally gathered most/all of these. I won't offer to share any given what Ralphus just wrote, but here's a directory from one of the many resellers with screenshots just to give you guys an idea: [www.715815.com]

The other thing you might notice from the 715 site is that there's a bunch of Chinese traditional bondage websites around. Unfortunately, HJYY is one of only two that I find actually interesting. The rest tend to be very soft/vanilla or very artificial. The other good one is HDZP (official site is [www.nvliehongdou.com]), which is lower volume and whose films are even harder to find.
 
17358) Ralphus 
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electrotorture wrote:
That's a nice tiger bench scene Ralphus. Do you mind to share it here? From what movie it's came from?

Sorry, commercial bondage videos are not allowed to be shared here. Somebody owns this; unfortunately, I don't recall where I found it. Might have been Clips4Sale, but that's just a guess. Look around the normal places. It does have Huai Jiu Ying Yuan at the start of the video, and the title of the file is "hj_princess_tiger_bench" if that's any help.

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Kirsten Smart wrote:
I have to ask - how many "younger ones" ARE on this site? From the comments being made and the content shared, I'd be surprised if there are many under 40, indeed many under 50. By being so resistant to the evolution of beauty, I wonder if this site is plodding to extinction?

If we're to believe the survey we took last year, 70% of us are age 46 or older. We're a bunch of old guys, but every year since 2009, our hits have increased steadily, so I don't think we're in danger of extinction. We keep getting more and more popular every year. The Republicans might end up shutting us down prematurely, but it won't be a natural death due to our members dying off.

"Natural, unsullied beauty," by the way, doesn't seem to include not shaving pubes and armpits, not shaping/plucking eyebrows or styling hair, so it's a fairly narrow definition of 'natural' don't you think?

Maybe, but then I was only using that example to refer to women tattooing themselves. I challenge Dmon or anyone else to show us an example of a tasteful tattoo. He may try, but he'll come up empty because such a thing does not exist. It's not exactly a huge leap, but I'll easily declare that there is NO occasion where a woman looks better with a tattoo than without one. And we can even take it to a vote and the tattoo fans will still lose. If I'm wrong, I'll shave my afro.

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Margot wrote:
Many in our cast and crew have tattoos and piercings. The DP, Bea, Mila, Cortney, Amy, yes, Amy!

Yeah, I know, that's a sore spot with me. I told Amy it wasn't necessary, but she wanted to show her devotion to me, so she went and had it done over my objections. It's a good thing the Pachamama crew is so good with makeup, otherwise it probably would have been noticeable during their movies.
Amy's Tattoo
 
17357) dmon 
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Oh I should probably answer the poll as well while I'm posting today. Sorry I don't contribute more often, btw.

But as for the poll, I prefer no gore and no death. I like for the interrogated to begin defiant, but after some "working" by the torturer(s) she begins to break down. However, murder isn't particularly appealing to me.
 
17356) dmon 
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Michael Max wrote: There are no tasteful tattoos. At best there are tattoos that are small and unobstructive enough to ignore. No tattoo in the history of mankind has ever increased a pretty woman's attractiveness level.

I disagree. Further, once again women are not necessarily getting tattoos to "increase their attractiveness level." Maybe they just want them?

I don't think anybody has said that women should not be allowed to tattoo themselves to oblivion, if they choose too. The general notion is simply that it's a bad idea. You put a statement in quotes there - did anybody actually say that?

See post 17257. The word "vandalized" was used. A woman was equivocated to a stupid animal because she had a nose ring. Not a bondage model, just a normal woman with a nose ring. I find it quite disrespectful.

If you want to equate yourself to an ape, by all means do so, perhaps you will ingratiate yourself into some women's good graces, but do limit the pejorative to the speaker alone. It's just simple courtesy.

I meant no disrespect of course. I was not necessarily calling anyone on this site an ape, but more the gawkers in the public arena who cannot seem to control their urges. I apologize if I came off differently.

However, I do wish to address part of this point. You say I may ingratiate myself into some women's good graces, but I assure you getting on the good side of the ladies is not the sole reason I am coming to their defense. I know they don't need me, and I'm certainly no white knight. I just greatly respect women, especially my wife, despite the fact that I like to see them tied up and electrocuted. big grin

Ralphus wrote: I know Michael Max already answered you but it's my turn. No, they're not required to look attractive for men, but if they're gonna be appearing in movies where they have to take off their clothes and get tied up, they better think long and hard before they mess up their selling points, unless they want to limit their income. There are some producers who won't hire women who are all tatted up. It might just be my middle age talking, but I feel that most men, even the younger ones, prefer the natural, unsullied beauty, and my guess is that those women would likely be more in demand and could probably ask for a higher rate than the cheap, trashier-looking ones.

That's fair, but I addressed that in my post. In this context (meaning adult entertainment) people can complain about tattoos and hair color and eye color and boob size and whatever the hell. I have no problem with that.
 
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(17355) "Aaaaahhh! No, please. Mercy!"
"It's a shame to waste such a gorgeous body. Why don't we fuck her first?"
 
17354) Mr Hardly 
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Well, I'm in my late 20s and I prefer women with no tattoos, piercings, heavy makeup, natural breasts and aesthetically I also like pubic hair.

But then, I'm a weirdo. Or I wouldn't be here :)
 
17353) Bill K. 
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(17353) Ralphus, didn't we have a poll on tattoos like or dislike on gimp actresses a while back? In any case it wouldn't be a close contest. Tattoos would lose by a big margin.

Ralphus when you said:
"Le destin exécrable de Guillemette Babin was kind of a bummer BATS-wise."

I decided to wait to download the movie until I read what you meant.
Thank you for it definitely would have been a waste of my time.

Here is first poser of inside a cabin fiery peril I'm working on.
The theme is sluts in fiery peril are in a remote cabin deep in the woods where no one can hear them scream.

Sluts in fiery peril is my change up to my regular witches in fiery peril.
Who wouldn't rather rape and torture a slut compared to a innocent woman?

Bill K.
 
17352) Flintstone 
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To Kirsten: I have to ask - how many "younger ones" ARE on this site?

How about young at heart? smile
 
17351) T 
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But, I have a beard. And yet, somehow, women keep having sex with me.

It's almost as though large numbers of people aren't right simply for sharing the same opinion...




But really, I've seen beautiful girls ruin their bodies with barb-wire sleeves and/or the poorly drawn faces of ex-partners.

And, I've seen tasteful accents in just the right spot.

It depends. (If this turns into a poll or something, put me down for the either/or option.)
 
17350) Gog 
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Saturday, 14 January 2017 06:32 PM Permalink


And I repeat (on tats)....
[www.newslite.tv]

This was as recent as 2012 razz (stick out tongue)
 
17349) T 
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I'm just starting my 30's. (Does that make me young around here?)

But yes, it's all subjective. Tattoos (to me) depend entirely upon the tattoo.

They can be sexy. They can be trashy.

It just depends.

Trailer for Hell's Tattooers (1969)

For instance, I have heard of tattoos being used as a form of torture.

This happens to a harem girl named Eesafem in Fritz Leiber's fantasy novel Swords & Ice Magic.

Her punishment is to have all her hair shaved off, and then intricate tattoos placed where it was...

In the center of the cell, examining herself in a burnished silver mirror with almond eyes sharp as needles and now also quite as mad as the berserk's, there stood a deliciously slender girl of no more than sixteen, unclad save for four ornaments of silver filigree. She was, in fact, unclad in extremest degree, since except for her eyelashes, her every last hair had been removed and wherever such hair had been she was now tattooed in fine patterns of green and blue.

"For seven moons now Eesafem had suffered solitary confinement for mutilating in a harem fight the faces of the King of Kings' favoritest concubines, twin Ilthmarts. Secretly the King of Kings had not been at all displeased by this event. Truth to tell, the facial mutilations of his special darlings slightly increased their attractiveness to his jaded appetite. Still, harem discipline had to be kept, hence Eesafem's confinement, loss of all hairs—most carefully one at a time—and tattooing."
 
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Re: 17344

It goes back even farther. In 1933, Walter O'Keefe recorded a song called "The Tattooed Lady", which was written as though it were a mid-Victorian ballad.
The year before, O'Keefe had revived the oldie "The Man On The Flying Trapeze", and this was an attempt to make lightning strike twice.

Rudy Vallee recorded a fleet version of "The Tattooed Lady" in 1934. The song also crossed the "pond', and was recorded by Billy Cotton's band in London. That version was issued here on OKeh records.

And let us also not forget Groucho Marx's song, "Lydia, The Tattooed Lady" from 1939. He sang it in one of his films, and there was at least one commercial recording (Orrin Tucker and his Orchestra) the same year.
 
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NewarkJoe My preference is for women to remain defiant. this way they can have more indignities inflicted upon them.

Oh yes I agree ... until such a time as she is so broken by her prolonged torture that every shred of defiance, dignity, and resistance is gone and acquiescence is absolute.
 
17346) Kirsten 
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(17346) I feel I have to weigh in on this discussion :)

As part of an ongoing debate, I read, "I feel that most men, even the younger ones, prefer the natural, unsullied beauty"

I have to ask - how many "younger ones" ARE on this site? From the comments being made and the content shared, I'd be surprised if there are many under 40, indeed many under 50. By being so resistant to the evolution of beauty, I wonder if this site is plodding to extinction?

"Natural, unsullied beauty," by the way, doesn't seem to include not shaving pubes and armpits, not shaping/plucking eyebrows or styling hair, so it's a fairly narrow definition of 'natural' don't you think?

The aesthetic debate is such an interesting one because there is no right or wrong, even the commercial 'who pays for it' argument is subject to market segmentation.

For the record, I admit to having some serious girl-crushes on women in my office with half- and full-sleeve tattoos, having never found it sexy in the past, and this pic shared a while ago of the girl with a nose ring I found very sexy indeed!

Subjectivity, huh?
 
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My preference is for women to remain defiant. This way they can have more indignities inflicted upon them.
 
17344) Reine Margot 
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The transformation of The Dungeon



The Passion of Isabel begins. The story of horror, extreme torture and obsession, Jac's ongoing project, is occupying the set that saw the sufferings of 7 characters played by three women, Francisca and Marianne, Zinga and the Tourist, Justine, Rosalie and Omphale. Three feature films were shot in this location and I'm sure many more will be made in those humid, dark and terrifying confines. I understand that around now they will be building the Stocks and Spanish Horse and and setting up the new rack which Bea will be testing, the kind of rack we never used in that form. It's a bit complicated and perhaps not very safe until they check all the possible situations with that contraption, there's a lot that the laws of gravity can do without anyone able to stop it. There's also a suggestion at the Red Feline Club that Isabel should be whipped in ONE scene only. I personally believe that it would be very unusual for a Red Feline movie to have just ONE whipping scene. I would ask: In what kind of scene would the whipping occur?


dmon J wrote: I want to offer some advice to those here engaging in the growing criticism of Bea. My attitude is get over yourselves. So what she has a few tasteful tattoos and some piercings. It is the 21st Century for chrissakes. It's an old post but I have to greatly agree with J's sentiment here. I get that many of the guys here are older, but it is 2017. Women are not required to dress or conduct themselves in a way that men find attractive. Some of the posts about how they are "vandalizing their bodies, and they were so beautiful before, why would they do that?! It shouldn't be allowed!" come off as absurdly archaic. Believe or not, a woman often will do things because she wants to, not because she thinks it will be attractive to a bunch of apes who want to gawk at her at the grocery store. I get in this context appearance is important, but in everyday life I can promise you when a woman gets a tattoo or a piercing, it's not always because she's thinking, "Hmm, I wonder if this will look sexy for all the men staring at me out in public."

Many in our cast and crew have tattoos and piercings. The DP, Bea, Mila, Cortney, Amy, yes, Amy!, Carmen even before Red Feline on the Cross, Vero, most of the extras, both sound guys, two of the makeup women, coming to think of it, the only one that doesn't have any is Jac. Ok, Beto and Erix don't have any either. BTW, tattoos are not a new thing.


Eda Margot: Do you understand the concept of "opportunity cost"?

This the second part of my response. Red Feline vs Pachamama Films. Amy and Jac want to make the films they want to make. Amy, from the start, went for personal dramas like Sirwiñakuy and for the Gothic stories like OLALLA and Barbazul, while Jac went for the Barroque and outrageous torture in historical settings like Maleficarum, Dead But Dreaming, JUSTINE. If we compare the recent output Pachamama Films with the Red Feline days, we did more in 4 and a half years than what we did in the previous 15. At the beginning of 1997 JJ and Camille made Red Feline On The Cross which was released in Feb of 1998, 8 months after it was shot. The Red Feline Faces the Inquisition series was shot in the summer of 1998 and it was released, one episode at a time, beginning in 1999. Part 4, The Execution of the Unrepented, was released in 2001. Nothing else was produced in those 3 years. Seven Days on the Cross was shot at the end of 2001, just before we produced Martyr or The Death of St Eulalia , and because Vero was in NY for a few more weeks and Jac had all the equipment from Martyr, specially a great set of lights, they produced CruxBride. One year later, in 2003, we produced Erix feature Nocturnia. Nothing else was produced until 2006, three years later, except for the NatGeo film and three documentaries that were financed by outsiders, all of that work was done between the end of 2005 and the end of 2006.


Martyr was invited to a couple of film festivals and Jac was hired for the NatGeo gig. Those two events led to Jac meeting Amy. Once Jac and Amy hit it off, between 2006 and 2010 they produced a number of 'small' films and two bigger features beginning with the Training of Jane that was shot in 2006 but released in 2010, followed by Red Room, Perils of Jane in the Green Inferno (3 parts), Via Crucis of Jane (2 parts), AristoCrux, Romana Crucifixa Est , Agent X, Fantom, Double Cross, Sirwiñakuy and Specters of Blood Castle. Sirwiñakuy was released in 2010 and made Amy famous, Specters is still waiting to be finished and so is Double Cross. All together that's 11 films made before the end of 2010 when we started producing Barbazul. Not a big difference in output between what was done before Barbazul and after. But the returns from what came after 2010 dwarfs all previous work by a lot.


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17343) Gog 
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Thanks Esso & Eda smile

 
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Ralphus wrote:

Pretty damn nice, huh? I have a bunch of tiger bench videos; some are well-done, others not so much. With the exception of the occasional artwork (Quoom does it best), you just don't see too much of that torture; it's pretty much exclusive to the Chinese. I like everything about Tiger Bench torture...the rigid position in which she's tied, the strain on her legs as the bricks are added, and also the way she is vulnerable to having more tortures inflicted, usually to the feet, sometimes other parts of the body. My favorite ones are when they finish her off with a smoking hot brand.

That's a nice tiger bench scene Ralphus. Do you mind to share it here? From what movie it's came from?
 
17341) 2shake 
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Rachel Warren, Eaoifa Forward, The Snare (2017)


Format: MKV
Size: 139 MB
Duration: 04:11
Resolution: 1280x720



Download File - TS2017-RW-EF-2shake.rar
 
17340) Covers the Relentless 
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(17340) Official Police Detective Sept 1977
 
17339) Eda 
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Saturday, 14 January 2017 07:39 AM Permalink


Gog: Re your post 17325 and Esso's suggestion in post 17329 that I might know the source of the pic: I thought I got it from here !! But apparently not. I searched Google Image for it and it came up five times, but all of the referenced sites were either already down or post-dated my use of it. I will try to think from where else I might have gotten it, but, as of now, I'm not able to help you.

Interestingly, I saw your post before I saw Esso's reference to my use of it. I immediately recognized it as one I had used because it is one of my all-time favorites -- beautiful woman, hanging helplessly by her ankles, stark naked, struggling (love the few seconds of movement) -- and thought I would post just to tell you that.
 
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(17338) "Dear wife, you betrayed me, so this is what you deserve."
 
17337) Bob 
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(17337) A screencap from a (fake) pussy burning video. I uploaded the clip to zippyshare.
Make sure to turn the sound down before starting the playback wink

[www59.zippyshare.com]
 
17336) Mr Hardly 
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I can't remember the origin of them, once upon a time I did know, but you can see the rest of the series here:

[www.theforkbeard.com]

They used to be quite easy to find by googling "hot wax torture", not anymore.
 
17335) Ralphus 
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Catching up on a few posts...

Bill K wrote: (Post 17299)

Le destin exécrable de Guillemette Babin was kind of a bummer BATS-wise.

In what way Ralphus? Poor BATS scenes or No BATS scene, which I find that hard to believe considering that was Guillemette's fate was burning at the stake apparently in the nude.

Did you not download the movie then? There was literally no BATS scene at all, at least not in the traditional sense. We see a stake surrounded by wood, but at no time is she ever tied to it, and she's definitely not nude. The last shot shows superimposed flames over the stake and that's it. There's no woman in sight. I guess you could call it a "symbolic" BATS if you're being kind, but I call it a cop-out BATS in that they never even attempted to film it.

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Dmon wrote: (Post 17307)

It's an old post but I have to greatly agree with J's sentiment here. I get that many of the guys here are older, but it is 2017. Women are not required to dress or conduct themselves in a way that men find attractive.

I know Michael Max already answered you but it's my turn. No, they're not required to look attractive for men, but if they're gonna be appearing in movies where they have to take off their clothes and get tied up, they better think long and hard before they mess up their selling points, unless they want to limit their income. There are some producers who won't hire women who are all tatted up. It might just be my middle age talking, but I feel that most men, even the younger ones, prefer the natural, unsullied beauty, and my guess is that those women would likely be more in demand and could probably ask for a higher rate than the cheap, trashier-looking ones.

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SteMur wrote:

... I never heard of Tiger Bench before ... now I know ...

Pretty damn nice, huh? I have a bunch of tiger bench videos; some are well-done, others not so much. With the exception of the occasional artwork (Quoom does it best), you just don't see too much of that torture; it's pretty much exclusive to the Chinese. I like everything about Tiger Bench torture...the rigid position in which she's tied, the strain on her legs as the bricks are added, and also the way she is vulnerable to having more tortures inflicted, usually to the feet, sometimes other parts of the body. My favorite ones are when they finish her off with a smoking hot brand.
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Mr. Hardly wrote:

Thinking back to the past, if there was one picture that probably hooked me into the GIMP/BDSM/Bondage thing, it was probably this one.

Dig it. That's such a great image. There's something about duct tape that really appeals to me...might be the primordial quality. Like this guy didn't have time to order fancy professional BDSM equipment, he just used whatever was laying around to bind up and gag his victim. Not only is duct tape an effective gag, but using it for the actual bondage will make it painful for her when it has to removed...as if he cares. Even the spreader bar has kind of a homemade look to it, and boy, is that long. Got her legs spread nice and wide, for anything he wants to do to her. Anybody know the source of that pic?
 
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(17334) Thinking back to the past, if there was one picture that probably hooked me into the GIMP/BDSM/Bondage thing, it was probably this one.
 
17333) Mr Hardly 
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(17333) I've used the wayback machine since his site went down. Another person who mysteriously vanished... no idea why.

A few years later he did some very nice work for Crucified Women.
 
17332) Bill K. 
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(17332) Mr. Hardly welcome to Gimp forum. I believe Arcimboldo's gimp manipulations were terrific too.
You should enjoy this site: [web.archive.org] It has is best artworks.
Bill K.
 
17331) Bill K. 
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Friday, 13 January 2017 05:00 PM Permalink


Regarding my first post about backpage's government censorship the initial post by Esso said "human trafficking".
If "child trafficking " was the issue then disregard my "That's a bad sign" post, because if they were truly allowing child sex trafficking ads on backpage, then I'm for them being censored and all the adult ads blocked.
Bill K.
 
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(17330) Hey Y'all.

So, my first 'the 13th' is a Friday. Kinda cool! I sort of fell off the Earth for a month or so, but things are looking... well, brighter at least. Sorry for no bondage or overt threat in this month's image. I was going for more "spooky/creepy". I'll have to see if I can post something more violent later. razz (stick out tongue)

Hope all is well for everyone else in the first few weeks of 2017.

wink
 
17329) esso 
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Gog 17325: Perhaps Eda can help you. She used it to illustrate one of her stories, The Beginning of the End, a while ago.
 
17328) esso 
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Badger: I do agree with you entirely (see my post 17317). Just to clarify Backpage's editing was to enable the ads to pass muster with the authorities so they wouldn't be flagged, not to eliminate offensive material for its own sake. I am sure that is what you meant but it was a bit unclear.
 
17327) Pedro 
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(17327) Mr Hardly wrote: I don't know about you lot but when I'm intimate with someone I don't tend to turn on every single light in the room so it looks like a crappy American sit-com.
Mood lighting matters.


I totally agree. I especially agree with your last sentence ;)

If you work in the camera department than you definitely know that lighting needs a special skill. A general lighting, where everything is uniformly lit, is a relatively easy task. Since -at least that is my experience - most people in the adult industry are NOT masters of the given field (eg lighting) they are not capable of set up a dramatic lighting set. That is especially true regarding one person porn studios whom started making these movies because they where interested in it, and on the way they learn a few things, but not every secrets of the profession. Yes, most porn movies' lighting is a general (uni) lighting without any dramatic effects. That's how we also begun when we started making films. When we could afford (after the first year) we hired a mini lighting department of 3-4 people. That's when we started experimenting with some dramatic effects. Like for example the chains' shadow on the wall looks cool above.

The other reason why these films are often missing the dramatic effects is very much connected with what you say:

"looks like a crappy American sit-com"

I guess you are talking about multi camera sit-coms. This is when the set is built inside a studio, and it is recorded before an audience. Like for example FRIENDS. In this case multiple cameras are rolling (unlike one-cam shows, where the same camera records everything from different angles one after one). So when you must record the action with multiple cameras at the same time, it is almost impossible to set up a good dramatic lighting. Not impossible, but very hard. It is much easier to set up a good lighting for one camera. And then adjust the lights for the next shooting from an other angle and so on... If you shoot with many cameras from many angles the easiest choice is this general (uniform) lighting without any dramatic effect. I know this is nothing new for someone working in the camera department, I just thought others would be interested in learning about this....
 
17326) Badger 
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@17315) Michael Max:

I vehemently disagree with blaming businesses like Backpage for the actions of people who use the site.

Wow, Michael. You seem leave no middle ground between unimpeded use of a website on one hand and rampant censorship on the other. Gosh, even most libertarians accept the use of stop signs to help prevent auto crashes.

You challenge the part of Kristof's article that mentioned a mother whose daughter disappeared after being marketed on Backpage. But did not mention the following excerpt:

"It dominates the online sex trade and is implicated in almost three-quarters of the reports of child trafficking in the United States."

Even if that number is exaggerated by half, it makes one wonder if Backpage was making reasonable efforts at all to screen the ads effectively (though many ads WERE edited by the website to eliminate use of words that hinted that girls or boys were underage. We can disagree as to whether Backpage was doing enough to prevent child sex-trafficking, but to suggest that the site owners could just sit back and enjoy their profits is going a bit too far.
 
17325) Gog 
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Mr. Hardly wrote: "I don't know about you lot but when I'm intimate with someone I don't tend to turn on every single light in the room so it looks like a crappy American sit-com. Mood lighting matters"

I totally agree. I like a lot of PKF's stuff but tend to like Psycho-Thriller's better because of the lighting. PT is more real world looking (more mainstream movie-like), as opposed to PKF's overly-lit porno-lighting.

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Anyone know what this is from?

 
17324) Mr Hardly 
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Thanks Pedro... I haven't signed a guestbook in years :)

Anyway, I work in the camera department.

I'd just love to shoot one of the Infernal Restraints videos or something with some actually dramatic lighting and camera angles.

I don't know about you lot but when I'm intimate with someone I don't tend to turn on every single light in the room so it looks like a crappy American sit-com. Mood lighting matters.
 
17323) Covers the Relentless 
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(17323) Official Police Detective Sept 1976
 
17322) Pedro 
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Welcome Mr Hardly.

This forum doesn't require you to register or sign in. You just "SIGN THE FORUM" and that's it. Just like how you've done it right now.

Why don't you write in more detail what your dream film would look like. What kind of filming experience do you have? ON what field exactly?
 
17321) Mr Hardly 
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Is there a way of "signing in" to the forum...or does it just run like a guestbook? Brings back many good memories of the good ol' days of the interweb..

Anyway, me, my preferences. Prefer white or asian women, natural breasts and natural figure (not too skinny and not too large).

I generally find mainstream movie scenes more appealing because I find they build mood and atmosphere better, which for GIMP scenes can often make up for the explicit nature of the scenes. Some of the Japanese pink stuff in particular is very creative and sexy thanks to their bizarre laws on nudity in print/media.

Way back when I very much enjoyed Arcimboldo's work, was some of my earliest introduction to this kind of stuff. I've since discovered HOM, Insex, etc etc...

Favourite scenarios? Wooden horse, crucifixion, suspension inverted, st andrews cross, electro.

I really don't like the modern crop of KINK.com etc... because 4/5 of the film is useless crap. Interviews with models and girls having vibrators used on them. Basically mainstream. I know they're kinda limited by the credit card companies, silly Americans. Occasionally they have great scenes but usually not. Sad times.

I enjoy EP/Mood stuff but I do have to be in the right mindset to enjoy it.

I work in film (although not big ones), would love to shoot one of these films and give them a decent budget look. One can dream.

One thing that does royally piss me off is the way that this material is treated as "damaging" or "objectifying". I could not believe when I watched Casino Royale the torture scene in that was rated PG-13 (12 in the UK). If it was exactly the same but with a woman, rights groups would have burned the studio down for the extreme sexual violence. Double standards at its worst :(
 
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On the poll question, I like scenes going as far as the victim passing out AOH from blows, whipping, electro-torture, or choking. I'm not a necro guy, but am fine with people interpreting that as they will.

Speaking of such scenes, just bought a great PG-13 AOH torture movie from lesleyfox.com. Athletic hottie "Lora" is tied AOH off the ground and beaten with fists, bats, and kicks, and is then woken up with a bucket of water before being electro-tortured until she passes out. Check it out!

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shake it!
 
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From The Subversive Submissions of Amy Hesketh to The Challenging Submission of Bea for the sake of weird and wonderful Cinema!



Weng's Chop readers are probably at least aware of the name Amy Hesketh --- I reviewed her 2012 film Barbazul (a.k.a Bluebeard) back in issue #5 --- but probably not as familiar with her body of work as a Weng's Chop reader should be, I mean her films have so much of what a proper Chopper craves: sex, violence, suspense, horror, drama, rich atmosphere along with a familiarity with and passion for all those great Euro genre films of yesteryear that make us all so weak in the knees and kick our nostalgic glands (among others) into overdrive. Honestly, we should all be ashamed of ourselves for not already knowing volumes about this right-up-our-alley talent. ASHAMED, I tell ya! Well, fear not, dear reader ...I'm here to ameliorate your vicissitudes of unfamiliarity , and enlighten you to the painful passions of a filmmaker whose work should figure prominently in your library of weird and wonderful cinema. (Tony Strauss - Weng's Chop #8)


So, it is official. The Passion of Isabel, a story of horror, extreme torture and obsession, is now Jac's ongoing project and you can be a part of it, maybe a small part, but a part anyway, by joining the very exclusive Red Feline Club.! Jac and Bea are very busy now, preparing themselves, organizing and decorating the set, setting up the equipment and testing all of the props and gadgets they will be using for the next few weeks of pain and pleasure. In the past, the work of preparing the set was supervised by Jac and Amy and carried out by a crew which included them, of course, since Amy was the handy person that built the big props like the rack, but now the entire production rests on Bea and Jac alone. Mostly Jac, because all the heavy lifting will be done by him. He did all the heavy lifting in Agent X and many of the movies we have, most of them, actually, so, it's not something he's not already familiar with, painfully familiar. So, it begins, a new production for the new year and for the new cycle. I'm not ready to call it the Bea Cycle yet, but it might become just be that. I heard they already have 5 productions in mind. Two of those possible films include traveling to far away locations, which can be thrilling and special. I have another picture that Jac took with his iPad and sent it to me. I placed the title on it and all of that, but I've been told that it doesn't look pretty, so I'll change it for future promos. I can't wait until I start receiving the high quality pictures taken with the good cameras and with the set all ready and lit with the Arri lights.


Lashes Greetings All, ?? What has happened to AMY?? I must have missed something here! I read where Jac has her tools and will try building sets from memory! I guess when remembering the Red Feline movies with Amy the "sets" did not require a whole lot of building!

Amy is well, healthy and happy, but she's in the US for some time with a lot of work and academic pursuits. Jac has the tools she used to build props like the Spanish Horse and The Rack in Maleficarum. Jac will attempt to build his own version of the Spanish Horse. I had early word that it might involve spikes, it just might. He has the tools and all the materials used before. Bea and Jac discussed the possibility of having Isabel going through that particular torture, I also heard that Bea might want it to be somewhat worse than before. The problem is that they can't go crazy and use all the tortures available to Torquemada, that would be overkill, so they have to choose and choose wisely. They might submit some of those choices to a vote in the Red Feline Club.


Eda Margot: Aside from the fact that you misidentified the author of my comments, you missed my point. It is not a question of whether your expanded films generate more revenue in a shorter period of time than your smaller ones. It is that it took such an incredible amount of time for you to produce and release Justine that you would have done far better making four smaller films in the same time. Do you understand the concept of "opportunity cost"? And I'm sorry, but even producers of $200M films don't take 9 months for post-production (except maybe for Jim Cameron, but you can take that time when your films gross a billion dollars). My comments were directed to Amy, and I would love her response. I will not deign to offer any more advice, and will hope that you prove me wrong. But I doubt it.

I'm truly sorry for not identifying you properly when responding to your welcome advise. Second, Amy is really busy these days, as is Jac and neither of them have the time to sit and go over the comments at the Gimp, or any other place, to respond, so that makes me the official first responder, I'm in charge of shedding light in our tremendous work and putting out the fires, including those I start. I'm the spokesperson in the group and I have just enough information not to put my foot deep in my mouth, and I'm not always successful. I also love our amazing bunch very much and I become like the mother hen of the group when I sense they are coming under attack. Maybe Amy will stop by and respond, but she took a long time to answer the questionnaire for a big interview... so, I don't know. Having said that and without the wish to be argumentative, I'd like to comment on your comment. But I fear that it will take a bit to make my point, so bear with me. To avoid loooooong posts, I'll respond in parts, in different posts.

First, you can be sure that 200 million dollar films take a lot longer than 9 months in post. Star Wars: The Force Awakens began shooting in April of 2014 and production was completed in November of that year! It was finally released December 14, 2015. That's more than one year in post. All those special effects take a couple of years to make them work. As a matter of fact, they began post BEFORE they started shooting the actual movie. Since they have the huge budgets, they can hire crews of hundreds for post but even with a huge crew they take a very long time to do post, a lot more than 9 months. The rolling credits at the end of some of those movies feel like they last as long as the movie. In the other hand, a small Woody Allen film takes one year from shooting to release. In our case, in 4 1/2 years, since the end of 2010 we produced The Via Crucis of Mila, Barbazul, Maleficarum, Le Marquis de la Croix, Dead But Dreaming, Ekeko, OLALLA, JUSTINE, Pymalion and 5 music videos. That's almost 2 feature films per year, we released one or two features every year during those 5 years, we gave employment to a lot of talented people and at least 7 in our crew were year round full time workers. And we had a great time doing it. And made good money. (To be continued)


The time to be part of the new adventure, The Passion of Isabel, has come, you can do it by joining the very exclusive Red Feline Club! Your contribution will give you the choice of a download or DVD of The Passion of Isabel and access to the club. The DVD has an extra 10 dollars for shipping. The club will turn into a celebration of the last twenty years of work. It will feature all of our films, beginning with Red Feline on the Cross, the stories behind them, the pictures, the Diaries, the Trainings, the stories that never made it to big or small screen, and it will also feature all the present and future work. We'll be updating with frequency; however for next few days and weeks we'll concentrate on the The Passion of Isabel. If you want to have anything to say in the production of this up and coming passionate film, you have to JOIN NOW! Production will start next week and although the first two days of shooting have already been planned, there's plenty of input the makers can still receive.

A 30 USD contribution will give you the film and ONE month access to the club.
A 50 contribution the film and 3 months access to the club.
A 100 contribution the film and ONE year access to the club.
There are also membership only options, 15 for One month access and 25 for three months.

Join the very exclusive Red Feline Club or get one of our great movies, big or small: Red Room, Sirwiñakuy, Romana Crucifixa Est, AristoCrux or JUSTINE.

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17317) esso 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 05:13 PM Permalink


MichaelMax: Two things about the Backpage story. First, this is not simply a case of disinterested printing of an ad, the company was aiding advertisers by rewriting ads so they would not violate the law. And do you really think the publisher has no responsibility for what he allows to be printed? How about setting up a web site for those who are looking for a hit man or to have someone beat up?
 
17316) Pedro 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 04:14 PM Permalink


SteMur: Are you the guy with a nice great tumblr emporium frequently featuring whipping images (of ElitePain and Mood)?
 
17315) Michael Max 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 04:12 PM Permalink


@17306) Badger
I share the concerns of other posters about the shutting down of the adult section of Backpage-- but only if the stories of the manner in which it is used by adults to sell the services of underage girls and boys are untrue. It appears from the NY Times article by Nicholas Kristof that instances in which some traffickers of young girls and boys may have been more than insignificant and that there may have been steps that the website could have taken to minimize the chances of such exploitation. I am not willing to line up quite yet with those who would slam shutting down the legitimate trading of sexual favors among adults if the dark side of how the website was used was more than an exception.

I vehemently disagree with blaming businesses like Backpage for the actions of people who use the site. By all means, pursue the perpetrators of illegal activities, but not the people who have simply built a platform for posting classifieds. Any tool can be used for nefarious purposes. A suicidal maniac can drive a Toyota Prius through a crowd of people to cause massive carnage. Should we ban the production and sales of Prius because Toyota "allowed" it to happen?

Here's an excerpt from the article:
One mom, Nacole (she didn’t want her full name used to protect her family’s privacy), told me how her 15-year-old daughter was sold for more than three months on Backpage.

Sold by who? Didn't her mother know anything? Was the daughter actually prostituted? How many times did it happen during those three months? Where was the girl's father during all this? How did the girl come in contact with the people who 'sold' her?

No answer is given, in the article, to the basic questions that any thorough investigation would demand.

Shouldn't Microsoft shut down its doors this very minute as well? After all, they have allowed illegal content on their platform as well. The precedent has been set.
 
17314) Harry 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 04:00 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


(17314) Enjoy.
 
17313) Michael Max 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 03:41 PM Permalink


@17307) dmon
J wrote: I want to offer some advice to those here engaging in the growing criticism of Bea. My attitude is get over yourselves. So what she has a few tasteful tattoos and some piercings. It is the 21st Century for chrissakes.

There are no tasteful tattoos. At best there are tattoos that are small and unobstructive enough to ignore. No tattoo in the history of mankind has ever increased a pretty woman's attractiveness level.

It's an old post but I have to greatly agree with J's sentiment here. I get that many of the guys here are older, but it is 2017. Women are not required to dress or conduct themselves in a way that men find attractive.

Some of the posts about how they are "vandalizing their bodies, and they were so beautiful before, why would they do that?! It shouldn't be allowed!" come off as absurdly archaic. Believe or not, a woman often will do things because she wants to, not because she thinks it will be attractive to a bunch of apes who want to gawk at her at the grocery store.


I don't think anybody has said that women should not be allowed to tattoo themselves to oblivion, if they choose too. The general notion is simply that it's a bad idea. You put a statement in quotes there - did anybody actually say that?

If you want to equate yourself to an ape, by all means do so, perhaps you will ingratiate yourself into some women's good graces, but do limit the pejorative to the speaker alone. It's just simple courtesy.

I get in this context appearance is important, but in everyday life I can promise you when a woman gets a tattoo or a piercing, it's not always because she's thinking, "Hmm, I wonder if this will look sexy for all the men staring at me out in public."

That's fine. Getting a tattoo simply means that she will be a bit less attractive in the eyes of men, young and old. Furthermore, we are not talking about a flesh and blood girl here as much as we are discussing a commercial product (a movie with GIMP content) for which the folks around here may or may not decide to pay money. If I am to whip out my credit card, I need to know that the product is worth it. Nobody is forced to follow what I or anybody else says, obviously, so what is the problem?
 
17312) Dick Napalm 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 02:49 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Hey everyone! I'm going to refrain from posting an image today since my Bunny Bound Art seems to be here quite a bit right now, and I don't wanna go all 'Justine' on you all!

For my art being featured here, I want to again thank Ralphus! A great deal of thanks also goes out to the folks at Hit the Mat productions for not only sharing my work here, (and everywhere), but commissioning me to do the piece for them! It was an honor and a pleasure!

To SteMur (17308)...'Now ya know indeed! 'Cool that I might well have been the catalyst for your introduction to that! (I'm guessing?)

Mr Hardly, (17293), you had a great response to the poll question in my opinion!

As for new Bunny stuff, you need look no further than the website, and the Pateon page! [www.patreon.com] Pretty soon the Patreon will have SO much new content on it you just won't be able to resist throwing in a buck or five to see it all! I'm hoping! Please help support it if you can so I can continue all of the free Bunny Bound Content and the exclusive stuff too!

Oh, by the way, NEW Bunny Bound FREE update tomorrow on the website! [bunny]

I think that's it for now!

Dick out!
 
17311) Ed 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 02:43 PM Permalink


Just heard this exchange on a bdsm movie:

"They don't hire me for my brains."

"I'm sure you're a very intelligent lady. Now turn around and show us your ass."

It's difficult to fantasize with this level of dialog.
 
17310) Lashes 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 12:41 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Post # 17305

Beautiful! Please let me know how to see more!
 
17309) A Viewer 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 12:14 PM Permalink


I thought that the people here would want to know more about what happened with Backpage so I'm including this link [www.latimes.com] which touches on both sides of the issue.

Also, Backpage wants people to show support with the hashtag FREESPEECH and to give to the Children of the Night charity, which don't sound like bad things.
 
17308) SteMur 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 11:21 AM Permalink


(17308) ... I never heard of Tiger Bench before ... now I know ...
 
17307) dmon 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 10:20 AM Permalink


J wrote: I want to offer some advice to those here engaging in the growing criticism of Bea. My attitude is get over yourselves. So what she has a few tasteful tattoos and some piercings. It is the 21st Century for chrissakes.

It's an old post but I have to greatly agree with J's sentiment here. I get that many of the guys here are older, but it is 2017. Women are not required to dress or conduct themselves in a way that men find attractive.

Some of the posts about how they are "vandalizing their bodies, and they were so beautiful before, why would they do that?! It shouldn't be allowed!" come off as absurdly archaic. Believe or not, a woman often will do things because she wants to, not because she thinks it will be attractive to a bunch of apes who want to gawk at her at the grocery store.

I get in this context appearance is important, but in everyday life I can promise you when a woman gets a tattoo or a piercing, it's not always because she's thinking, "Hmm, I wonder if this will look sexy for all the men staring at me out in public."
 
17306) Badger 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 09:52 AM Permalink


I share the concerns of other posters about the shutting down of the adult section of Backpage-- but only if the stories of the manner in which it is used by adults to sell the services of underage girls and boys are untrue. It appears from the NY Times article by Nicholas Kristof that instances in which some traffickers of young girls and boys may have been more than insignificant and that there may have been steps that the website could have taken to minimize the chances of such exploitation. I am not willing to line up quite yet with those who would slam shutting down the legitimate trading of sexual favors among adults if the dark side of how the website was used was more than an exception.
 
17305) SteMur 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 09:50 AM Permalink


(17305) ... bin following, lurkin the GIMP for a while ... beautiful spot ...
 
17304) Lashes 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 08:26 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Greetings All,
?? What has happened to AMY??
I must have missed something here!
I read where Jac has her tools and will try building sets from memory!
I guess when remembering the Red Feline movies with Amy the "sets" did not require a whole lot of building!
 
17303) Covers the Relentless 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 07:32 AM Permalink


(17303) Official Police Detective Sept 1974
 
17302) petelobo 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 04:55 AM Permalink


(17302) Backpage has closed down its Adult section under pressure from the Federal Government, just like Craigslist. It was in order to fight human trafficking and similar crimes. Do you think that this is a good idea or do you agree with the site's founders in that it's unconstitutional censorship?

Uh, wait! That damned Trump is truly a magician of evil. I'm still trying to figure out how he managed to get the Federal Government to harry these relatively vanilla sites into shutting down the adult sections BEFORE HE EVEN WAS INAUGURATED!! Poor Obama and the Democrats were surely fighting him every step of the way, but...

Zeke wrote I think the pic shown is from Elite Pain or Mood Pictures Wrong pic, bro. I was responding to Ralphus question about a previous post
Any idea about the source of the third image you used in your post at 17250? The girl with the rope gag with her nipples all wired up for electric shock?
That post included the picture above.

Yes the images of Mary are from the amazing Two Girls in Pain from Elite Pain.
 
17301) Corvid 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 02:05 AM Permalink


I don't know a great deal about Backpage, but seeing its ability to deal with adult content go down is kind of disturbing. Reading related articles online isn't exactly reassuring, either; those responsible basically seem to be taking the tack of "The fact that they closed that segment of the site after we went after them is basically proof that they were doing something wrong."

...Yes, if something is persecuted enough, it tends to go away (or, more likely, go underground.) Your ability to conduct and effective persecution campaign is not a sign that you're on the side of the angels.
 
17300) Bill K. 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 12:59 AM Permalink


Backpage has closed down its Adult section under pressure from the Federal Government.

It's bad sign because it advertised adult escort services which adult escort advertising has been around a lot longer then the internet.
Human trafficking has been around forever and doesn't rely on internet advertising to exist like adult escort services do, so who is the government actually attacking?
Bill K.
 
17299) Bill K. 
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Thursday, 12 January 2017 12:34 AM Permalink


(17299) Le destin exécrable de Guillemette Babin was kind of a bummer BATS-wise.

In what way Ralphus? Poor BATS scenes or No BATS scene, which I find that hard to believe considering that was Guillemette's fate was burning at the stake apparently in the nude.

Posted at the SD forum, FederFechter wrote:

Here's the best documented case involving Bodin as a witch judge, Guillemette Babin. She had initially been freed after confessing to witchcraft but Bodin would have none of that, so he had her captured, stripped naked and burned at the stake. So he ordered that one personally. Other incidents involving Bodin aren't as well documented but this one is a bit telling.
Bill K.
 
17298) A Viewer 
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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 11:35 PM Permalink


I saw the trailer for a movie called Split today. In it a man with dissociated personality disorder abducts three young women so I thought that it might be interesting to some of you here. It can be found at [www.splitmovie.com]

Also, Backpage has closed down its Adult section under pressure from the Federal Government, just like Craigslist. It was in order to fight human trafficking and similar crimes. Do you think that this is a good idea or do you agree with the site's founders in that it's unconstitutional censorship?
 
17297) Ralphus 
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Akhenaton: Wow, thank you so much for the two uploads. Le destin exécrable de Guillemette Babin was kind of a bummer BATS-wise and whipping-wise, although we saw some nice deep marks on her back afterward. But the real prize here is Queen's Necklace. After years of only seeing just the one excellent still in the whipping scenes database, it's a real pleasure to see the actual scene, and they came through, plus a nice branding to finish her off! I love discovering these old buried treasures of forgotten GIMP scenes. We'll get those added to the databases.

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Mr Hardly wrote:

Hi Guys... I'm new here. Can't believe I only just found this site.

Yeah, we've been here close to 18 years now. We're glad you found us. How did you stumble upon us? I should do more advertising, I just don't know where to go for that. In the meantime, let us know what kind of stuff you are into and feel free to share your opinions, memories or any scenes or artworks if you like. We're always looking for new contributors.
 
17296) Reine Margot 
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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 05:34 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


From The Passion of Amy Hesketh to The Passion of Isabel, pushing bloody boundaries in Cinema!


The horror genre, like it's spiritual cousin Rock 'n' Roll, often suffer through long creative droughts until something ferocious and original suddenly pops up and renews your faith all over again. If you've been feeling a similar dry spell, the films of Amy Hesketh might be the shot of no-budget adrenaline you need. A talented director, actress, writer and producer, Hesketh tackles subjects like the Inquisition and the story of Bluebeard while packing in more violence, nudity and nihilism than any major film would dare. She's also willing to risk it all for her art, including enduring weeks of being stripped, suspended and beaten while playing the lead role in Jac Avila's Inquisition drama Maleficarum. But what's truly surprising is that this expatriate American is doing it all in the remote mountains of Bolivia. (Bill Burke - Fangoria #323)


We're ready for your contributions to The Passion of Isabel by joining the very exclusive Red Feline Club Right Here!


Bill K Hopefully if Amy and Red Feline still want to produce medieval BATS movies they should consider Jean Bodin and Guillemette Babin's story: [www.stakedamsels.com] Especially because this Jean Bodin was a twisted evil SOB inquisition judge that fits into what Jac could impersonate as an actor. If they are going to still produce mainstream theatre movies please stay with Maleficarum themed movies. I'd love to hear from Amy on her thoughts on this story idea and the Justine debate posted here. Bill K.

Doing a BATS movie is going into the big budgets issue. Maleficarum II is the one possibility of having a BATS scene, maybe two if we take Jac's script in consideration. But that film will be possible only if we have an excellent cast, great period locations where we can work in peace, amazing props and all that means a big budget. We don't have any of that right now. Not the cast except maybe for Bea, not the locations, except for the dungeon, not the amazing props except what we have in the dungeon. We do have plenty of costumes. The story is there, is great but it needs a lot of resources to make it the way it should be made. I'll take a look at the story you suggested. I don't think Amy has any spare time to do much right now, she's dealing with PYGMALION, two new scripts, her school and other film work. She has too many things going on right now.



Ralphus I'm grateful too. Grateful that the crew working with her have the good sense to clean her up before she goes on camera. Give them credit, because other companies like Kink and their ilk don't bother, just give us the model in her hideous tattooed raw form and expect us to pay for it. I won't, so thank God there are alternative companies that realize how important it is to have an unsullied victim, even if it has to be done with lots of makeup.

Jac and Bea won't have a crew when they make The Passion of Isabel, all the Make-Up work will be in both Bea's and Jac's hands, literally, they both know how to apply make up, so no big deal. She will not need cleaning up, as a matter of fact she will get pretty dirty and messy during the story. Not only the Make-Up and Make Up FX will be in their hands. Jac will be the gaffer, setting up all the lights, Bea will probably be the cable puller during those times; both Bea and Jac will be in charge of decorating the set, setting up the props, choosing the tortures and all of that. Amy will be missed, she's the one who is very handy with construction tools and building props, but Jac will try to remember how she did all that, he'll probably consult on Skype with her once in a while. He has her tools. Jac will be directing both, the movie and the photography. The photography will be done with at least four cameras, maybe 6 if we count the two Canon cameras used in Sirwiñakuy that are gathering dust in the equipment department of Pachamama Films, a closet. Jac will also use the Go Pro for excellent POVs. The sound will be monitored by Jac too, the boom will be held by a tripod conveniently placed on the side of the camera that will be set to get the close up shots. All in all, it will be like the good old days, a two people production team but with more shit to deal with, a lot more. And no, Bea's nails won't be black, or blue or red... just natural.


provost Margot, it works! The new camera works wonderfully well, producing gorgeous skin tones for Bea/Anna/Isobel (and, I imagine, for Jac, but not many will care). Let the shooting begin! Here's hoping there's something in your new work to capture the imagination of everyone on this board. Cheers!

Cheers to you too! When I start getting the pictures from the location there will be much excitement. The testing of the camera was done without much preparation other than pressing the shooter. All of the pictures were taken using the natural light that entered from the office's windows which is next to Jac's bedroom, and bounced from Jac's bathroom which too, is next to the bedroom and has wonderful windows too. He was also helped by the reflection of the white bed cover. So, the pictures I am posting from the test do not reflect the capabilities of the camera to work under very professional conditions, but yes, the pictures came out very nice, the camera is excellent and it captures a great image if used properly. There are a couple of pictures where the light was just right and Bea looks just amazing. BTW, when I said that the word that came to my head when I first saw the pictures was Witch, it was because of her hair.


We're ready for your contributions to The Passion of Isabel by joining the very exclusive Red Feline Club Right Here! Your contribution will give you the choice of a download or DVD of The Passion of Isabel and access to the Red Feline Club. The DVD has an extra 10 dollars for shipping.

A 30 USD contribution will give you the the film and ONE month access to the club.
A 50 contribution the film and 3 months access to the club.
A 100 contribution the film and ONE year access to the club.
There are also membership only options, 15 for One month access and 25 for three months.


The work is under way. Jac and Bea have been in the set, taking pictures, trying some of the props, discussing how the story will be shot. I have a picture sent to my iPhone, taken with Jac's iPad of Bea testing a couple of gadgets.


Join the very exclusive Red Feline Club and be part of this production, cast your vote, give your suggestions, and even make sure Isabel goes through what you would like to see, before is TOO LATE! Shooting starts early next week, on Monday, to be exact.

Get one of our great movies, big or small: Red Room, Sirwiñakuy, Romana Crucifixa Est, AristoCrux or JUSTINE.

Sirwiñakuy from VermeerWorks on Vimeo.
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17295) Pedro 
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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 05:23 PM Permalink


zeke - I can confirm that these screencaps are taken from ElitePain
 
17294) Jeff C 
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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 05:03 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Check out this awesome art commission drawn by Dick Napalm of [bunny] !





Dick did an awesome job of capturing both Darrius and Rusty's likenesses, and they look great working over the captured Bunny! Thanks much, Dick! :)
 
17293) Mr Hardly 
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Hi Guys... I'm new here. Can't believe I only just found this site.

My answer to this month's poll is a tricky one. Obviously staying within the realm of fantasy, I don't like things to go all the way (ie. death)... but I do like it when the victim believes that is how far it will go.
 
17292) Gabrieleknight 
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(17292) MARGARETA OF ANTIOCHIA TORTURED AND EXECUTED

"Margareta was the daughter of a pagan priest at Antioch in Pisidia. She was converted to Christianity, whereupon she was driven from home by her father. She became a shepherdess and when she spurned the advances of Olybrius, the prefect, who was infatuated with her beauty, he charged her with being a Christian. He had her tortured and then imprisoned. The next day, after new tortures, attempts were made to execute her by fire and then by drowning, but she was miraculously saved and converted thousands of spectators witnessing her ordeal-all of whom were promptly executed. Finally, she was beheaded."
 
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