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166) Thomas Chaser 
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(166) The second set from "Rose Racked" by ShadowPlayers.Com

The victim has been secured to the rack, ready for the next stage of her torture. She could confess or she could be defiant. She is in peril of terrible pain that will start slowly and gradually increase. She knows this.

When I first saw this clip, I watched it like a voyeur. I got an emotional and sexual charge from the act I was seeing. Then I watched it again, this time with a studious eye, noticing things I had missed the first time through, like how the victim squirmed and tugged against her bonds with just enough reluctance to emote nonconsensual torture but not really enough to jeopardize the act itself. I then began to wrap a story around the clip with the idea that maybe I might write something in the future, using this clip as inspiration. The story I conceived was very similar to what Mood Pictures is contemplating - a documentary on the use of torture. My story was something like this:

A man offers coursework to sadists and military interrogators on the use of instruments of torture. For this installment, he has brought out a slave (indicated by her collar) submitted for the demonstration by her master (his mark is on her thigh, as he marks all of his sex slaves), a third-party to the piece, possibly a customer or just a friend. The slave is afraid of being tortured so she resists having her legs bound, but she is a slave and knows her place, so she allows herself to be bound although reluctantly. Once she is in place, she is merely a test subject; nothing more.

The teacher then demonstrates the use of the rack; how to sloooowly turn the windlass to maximize the fear building up in the victim, then when the chains start to tighten, how to crank the wheel even slower to allow the natural elasticity of the human body to adapt to the tension of the chains. Once the victim has initial tension on her body, the torturer can play with her a bit, to show her that she is helpless to protect herself. He can do anything he wants to her. His fingers trace a line along her skin, drawing our attention to specific places on her arms, her breasts, and between her thighs. He slaps her genitals, drawing a reaction. Then he slaps her mound of Venus again, just to show that he can. She turns her head, knowing she's helpless to prevent him from abusing her. He fondles her a bit more, playing with her body, squeezing her breasts and tickling her nipples, then he works his way back towards the terrible crank located far above her head where she can't see.

Then comes the final stretching, which I will get to next.
 
165) Jlive99 
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Sunday, 23 February 2014 03:12 PM Permalink


I absolutely loved Elite Pain's History of Pain: Spy Interrogations. I would suggest a follow up with types of tortures that are unique to certain geographic regions. Continue the documentary style then take viewers to South America where they show a woman being placed in the Parrot's Perch and tortured with electricity and whips. Then to Middle East, where a woman receives bastinado or falaka or is sentenced to caning. Maybe go to China and show the Tiger's Bench and bastinado.
 
164) Thomas Chaser 
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(164) First set from "Rose Racked" by ShadowPlayers.Com

Reading Gog's post and seeing the film clip that was attached got me to thinking a bit more about Pedro's solicitation for story ideas for the "History of Torture" documentary that Mood Pictures is doing. I would still like to see a "clinical study" theme of an unfortunate subject being crucified - it certainly would be within the Mood Pictures budget since all they would need to build is the cross; the lab coats, etc. they already have - but the more I thought about the Inquisition and witches, the more I got to thinking that this might be the next movie Mood should do.

In Gog's clip of the Avengers' episode "Murdersville", we see a woman forced to wear the Scold's Bridle. What a great invention! It's like a gag and a punishment all in one! So why not start a study of the Inquisition with that? It's a light warm-up to what comes later - the rack. When you consider all of the medieval devices available to Inquisitors, doing a study of the tortures of the Inquisition almost writes itself. First the accused witch is forced to wear the Scold's Bridle so that she can't utter incantations. Then she's forced into a metal cage so that she can't conjure evil spirits. Then comes the Spanish Horse and a whipping. After that, she's taken to the rack and threatened with a final, long agonizing torture, which, since she's not cooperating, she is finally forced to do.

I've always believed that there's a certain intimacy between the victim and her torturer. The person working the machine has total control over the victim; he (since they're usually male) can bring her (since we're talking about GIMPs) relief from her agony or absolute pain. He literally holds her life in his hands. But he is not evil - he sincerely believes that he is doing what the Church and State want him to do. He is simply God's hands in ferreting out Satan wherever the devil may lurk. Therefore, we see a man doing evil in the name of Good against a good person he believes to be Evil. The victim's world is similarly small - there is only herself, her torturer, and her pain. She knows she will continue to suffer for as long as she refuses to do what the torturer wants her to do. In this small world of two people and their righteousness, we need to only see the two players and the instrument. We don't need to see castle walls, or bars of cells, or other such backsets. That stage can be very, very small.

To do a rack scene right, you need to allow a lot of camera time to the preparation of the act of stretching. You must build drama before the first crank of the wheel. We must see the victim's introduction to the device, her reaction (fear or defiance or a mix of both), then her stripping, then her being attached to the machine, then the long, slow winding of the axle to which the chains holding her are attached. As the chains are drawn in and wrapped around the wheel, so are we as viewers brought closer to the act of torture. We must see both the tension on the chains and the tension on the body. To sell the scene, the model should be very expressive with her emotions. Screaming, crying, twisting her muscles as she tries to absorb the strain on her body. These are critical to making a good rack scene work.

In the vidcaps I attached above, we see the steps taken to secure the victim to the rack. The camera pans over her body, allowing us the visual intimacy shared with the torturer. The victim is exposed and helpless, allowing us to study her body. She has very little control over anything that is going to happen, other than to give a confession. This intimacy is not freely given; it is taken by us as observers to the act. A good rack scene must allow for this voyeurism; the camera must linger to allow us to take it all in. So too, the victim is forced to allow us to observe and as we do so, it adds to her shame and her fear and her worry. If her fear is strong enough - or her resolve weak enough - simply waiting for the torture to begin might be all it takes to extract a confession.

But our victim is determined to prove her innocence. Or she simply has no chance to prevent the torture. Either way, next I will post up the initial tightening of the rack, which is sort of Act Two in using the rack as an effective torture device.
 
163) Covers 
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Sunday, 23 February 2014 02:15 PM Permalink


I was just asked for the full story associated with the interior page from Adam that I posted yesterday.

I generally only have the single item I post, but I did a little poking around with Google and actually found a full text version of the magazine at archive.org. So if you're interested, follow the link.

[archive.org]
 
162) Gog 
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Sunday, 23 February 2014 01:48 PM Permalink


Pedro - Not really sure what era.....I mean, it could be any in which Witch persecution took place, but would definitely be water tortures.

Many a fair lass were drowned, and found to be innocent. The innocent were collateral damage in search of real witches. See the real witches would be able to escape their binds, while those who were not witches would drown. Kinda a high price to have to prove that they weren't witches. razz (stick out tongue)



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Brokedown Place: Yep, the GIMP God's definitely didn't look upon us favorably in that one. I mean it had Kate Beckinsale for GIMP's sake! Why? Why? WHY?!!!! frown

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Bangkok Hilton: I never knew Nicole Kidman did anything for TV. Must have been Australian TV then I would think. In any event....and since there isn't a definitive answer as of yet, I guess I'll be forced to watch it one of these days. I mean....it's still Nicole Kidman, GIMP or not. wink
 
161) Covers 
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Sunday, 23 February 2014 12:11 PM Permalink


(161) Adventure was published from April 1953 to October 1970 by Popular and New Publications. Painted covers lasted until 1965. Unfortunately, this title didn't understand the value of a good bondage cover, and only published three (of which I am aware) in seventeen years.

Today's cover is from Adventure Apr 1963 V139 #4
 
160) Thomas Chaser 
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(160) Thanks for the leads, YikYakker and Bunny. I found the movie "Hellbound: Hellraiser II" on Youtube in its entirety, though the screen formatting lopped off the top and bottom. Compare the above image with the one I first posted. It sucks, because you can't see the intimidating chains that are binding her wrists so evilly. Oh well.

To set the scene, the evil mother is being brought back from the grave, and thanks to a bloodthirsty doctor, she's managed to regenerate most of her body by killing captive patients, except she still needs skin. So, the doctor has kidnapped this fair beauty so that the skinless evil mother can suck the life-force out of the GIMP and get her flesh. Or something like that. The actress playing the unfortunate GIMP is uncredited on IMDB.

To answer Pedro's question: "If you could pick one ERA (for example Ancient Era) OR one SITUATION (example: Plantation Slaves) to see a documentary of torture about that subject, what would you choose? And what tortures would you definitely include in that film?"

This is not as easy to answer as I thought. At first I was going to say, "Medieval Inquisition" since it has the classic tortures of rack, suspension, needle-impalement, hot irons, metal pincers, whipping, and such. Given the production limitations of Mood Pictures, it would be easy to simulate (or reproduce realistically) most of these on a darkened stage with minimal equipment.

But then I thought of the Romans and how they loved to crucify runaway rebel slaves like those that followed Spartacus, and of course the early Christians. How cool would it be for Mood to crucify "Nancy" after subjecting her to the whip? There's an entire forum dedicated to that genre over at [www.cruxfoundation.com] that the Red Feline folks follow from time to time. Max Coxxx has posted his crux ads over there, too. Maybe it's time Mood Pictures added a real cross to its inventory of furniture. In the context of a documentary format, Dr. Aziz could explain the effects of the position on the human body and how it was used in Greece and Turkey, with inserts of a Mood model being suspended "captive POW" style for medical experiments. The evil doctor could periodically step forward and check for heart beat as the victim hangs from the cross and a clock counts the hours. Then, finally, the victim slumps down for the last time and the doctor declares her "dead". Notes are made in a file and the screen fades to black, then on to the next torture on a new victim: caning of the feet. Or needle play. Or pussy whipping. Or spun on a wheel (which is still one of my favorite scenes in "Caged Women").
 
159) Celina 
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Sunday, 23 February 2014 12:43 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


You have got among the finest web-sites.
 
158) elkcreek 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 11:24 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Ralphus, I stand corrected, I know nothing of Bangkok Hilton, I was thinking of the god awful Brokedown Palace. Kidman was decent in Birthday Girl.

I do think that poll question is a good one.

I personally never find non-mainstream gimp whether it be Giga, Attackers on the Jap side or some of the western producers to be as satisfying or as a well done as good mainstream. I don't know if it's budget, quality of the players, or looks. The problem with most mainstream gimp is that the movies aren't gimp movies, they just have gimp scenes.

This is one thing that I Spit on Your Grave 2 has is that it is one continuous gimp fest, I even found Jemma sexy in the revenge scenes although that kind of thing rarely turns me on.

The other thing that made ISOYG2 work was Jemma was not only believable, she portrayed resistance with vulnerability, and while hot, there was a bit of girl next door naturalness to her looks. In many of the superhero JV stuff, a girl who is beating up 5 guys at a time isn't even held down during rape.

To me what makes mainstream work is believability. One of the biggest turn offs in the non-mainstream gimp world (and thank god Red Feline avoids it) is the projection of consensual agreement into the movie. Jap AV is full of it.
 
157) Bill K. 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 10:59 PM Permalink


Pedro, the one type of torture scenes and era I would like to see in movies is the Roman Coliseum tortures of Christian women. We know they did brutally torture women to death in the arenas to the cheers of thousands Romans by true history accounts but there are no movies showing it that I know of.

This new movie Pompeii will of course show men being tortured or killing each other but will they show them doing the same to women? I'll let Gimpers know for I'm going see it tonight or tomorrow.

I know Goddess Amy has been crucified but not in the Roman era and style. That's my take on your question. Roman torture methods haven't been talked about much in the past at the forum too. Bill K.
 
156) Pedro 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 10:25 PM Permalink


Just because nobody answered this question, I ask it again in this separate post: If you could pick one ERA (for example Ancient Era) OR one SITUATION (example: Plantation Slaves) to see a documentary of torture about that subject, what would you choose? And what tortures would you definitely include in that film?
 
155) Ralphus 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 10:20 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


YikYakker wrote:

Been a while since I've seen this but I believe the scene in question involves a hallucination. The GIMP is Ashley Laurence.

Sorry, no way is that Ashley Laurence. It's the right movie, but that's definitely not her. I haven't been able to come up with the actress's name, though.

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Elkcreek wrote:

First, Bangkok Hilton, it should be on the list of most disappointing GIMP films ever. I rented it for Claire Danes but alas no joy. There is simply not a hint at gimpage in that movie.

You're probably thinking of Brokedown Palace, a women's prison film with Claire Danes and Kate Beckinsale.

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You also wrote:

Is I Spit on your Grave 2 the best Gimp movie ever? I can't think of a better one personally.

That's a challenging statement. Certainly it's the best mainstream one I've seen in the past few years. But ever? I'll have to give that one some thought. You've got nudity, rape, torture, a major babe in the lead role...tough to think offhand of one film that encapsulates all those features and does them so well. Any other candidates, guys?
 
154) Pedro 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 09:45 PM Permalink


Thanks Everybody for the nice comments!

MR BUSH wrote: Elite Pain video History of Pain - Spy Interrogaton , I agree I too was blown away, very good. Would like Amy to be in a movie like that.

Amy, will you come? wink
 
153) YikYakker 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 09:32 PM Permalink


Thomas Chaser: OK, a little research reveals that the movie is Hellbound: Hellraiser 2 and you'll find more caps, including the one in question, at the website link under my handle on the left.

Been a while since I've seen this but I believe the scene in question involves a hallucination. The GIMP is Ashley Laurence.
 
152) Bunny 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 06:46 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY! So glad that the forum is back! Thank Goodness! Thank you Ralphus and Amy and everyone else involved in getting it back! Now it's our turn to get our Bunny Bound site going again! It will happen soon...Promise!

And BTW, that still with the topless girl with her arms over her head and the skylights, it's from either 'Hellraiser' 1 or 2...I think 1 she definitely does not have a happy ending!

 
151) Thomas Chaser 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 06:35 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


(151) I watched "Spy Interrogation" last night and a bit again this morning. I enjoyed some parts, others not so much. I'll bang out a review and post it up in the next few days, but generally, to be honest, I thought "Milgram Experiment" had psychological horror and "Fear" had better emotional impact. This film, though, limited by its documentary format, is what History Channel (and similar producers) should be putting out for a real education in man's inhumanity to man. As for GIMP material, the final scene (and the corresponding "Making Of" piece) is as strong as I've ever seen in any Mood or ElitePain piece, and that includes the opening torture scene in "Fear". Most of that is due to the casting of "Nancy" as the sister being tortured because... well, you'll have to wait for my review. But I will say that she's my new favorite Mood model. After all, what's not to like about an innocent-looking girl-next-door cutie with a smile like that and a scream that will shake your bones?
 
150) Thomas Chaser 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 06:26 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


(150) If this is from a movie, I'd definitely like to know the title and see if I can watch it in its entirety. YikYakker, much obliged!
 
149) MR BUSH 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 05:50 PM Permalink


Ralphus:

Elite Pain video History of Pain - Spy Interrogaton , I agree I too was blown away, very good. Would like Amy to be in a movie like that.
 
148) cmf 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 03:31 PM Permalink


The Punished 6-4 clip purchased from the HOM Vintage Punishments clips4sale store is indeed missing some footage:

(1) Shots of a dildo being inserted (actual penetration takes place off-screen, but is implied).

(2) Later, when she is in the chair with her legs tied wide, there is missing footage of cum oozing from her pussy. And it is such a beautiful pussy!

Per "Blakemore", that is real cum from four guys!

To the reader who posted about this clip so long ago, sorry, I'm not sure where you can go to find the missing footage, but it is _very_ good!

I'm not sure why, in today's age of relaxed restrictions, Cal_Star/HOM would not release the original version of this clip. After all, they have most of the "Perversion" line of clips in the store, which contain far harder bdsm/torture.
 
147) cmf 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 03:07 PM Permalink


@dormose: re: purchasing a RedFeline film. That's a good way to say thank you to Amy for revitalizing the GIMP site. I will do the same this weekend.

And, as always, thanks to Ralphus for being our host!
 
146) elkcreek 
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(146) Wow, Amy will you marry me? Great job on the forum. I've been crazy busy the last few weeks and been away from forum life.

First, Bangkok Hilton, it should be on the list of most disappointing GIMP films ever. I rented it for Claire Danes but alas no joy. There is simply not a hint at gimpage in that movie.

Now a request, has anyone seen the Lifetime flick "Taken, the Search for Sophie Parker" it is my understanding that the lovely Jemma Dallender gets the Gimp treatment in that movie. Does anyone have the scene or some caps? Thanks.

And here is my suggestion for the first poll question: Is I Spit on your Grave 2 the best Gimp movie ever? I can't think of a better one personally.
 
145) Kelderek 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 11:14 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Gog, on Bangkok Hilton:

I think it's a mini-series actually, made for television. One of Nicole Kidman's very first lead roles.

I saw it a very log time ago, I don't remember any really Gimp-worthy scenes. Lots of prison scenes (as expected from the plot)), but nothing serious. It's a mainstream TV series, after all...
Maybe someone with a better memory than me remember any highlights?
 
144) Gog 
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Saturday, 22 February 2014 10:09 AM Permalink


Ralphus wrote: "Come on, guys. Both of you would rather respond to some off-topic spam about green tea....."

What? You mean you've never heard of the ancient Chinese Green Tea Bag Torture? Well actually I'm not surprised that you hadn't. It was so insidious that it's not even talked about anymore. razz (stick out tongue)


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I'm surprised I never knew about this movie before. Anyone know if any GIMP worthy scenes are in it?

 
143) Covers 
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(143) dormose said: I also want to thank Covers for sharing his fantastic collection. Not only do the images remind me of my ill-spent pre-ZFX youth searching for the "right" material, but I'm finding they serve as excellent bookmarks as I scroll down to where I left off.

I can think of worse things than serving as a bookmark. Thanks, dormose!

Thomas Chaser wrote: I, too, enjoy the images that Covers is posting up of the old pulp novel artwork. It's interesting to me how the concept of the ideal woman has changed in physical appearance in just the last 50 years.

Thanks Thomas! I do have to dispute your last statement, though. I can't imagine anybody saying that Bettie Page wasn't physically ideal. [thequeenofpinup.tumblr.com]

Today's non-cover was labeled as being from Adam V4 #4 p12-13.
 
142) YikYakker 
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(142) Thomas Chaser: Yeah, that's definitely from a movie. I've forgotten the title but someone out there will remember for us.
Kinda reminds me of this pic, the only GIMP scene in Erotic Ghost Story.
 
141) dormose 
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Friday, 21 February 2014 10:20 PM Permalink


Hey all. Long, long, long-time lurker, chiming in to add to the collective thanks to Amy for the eleventh hour rescue. I went and purchased a Red Feline film I probably wouldn't have otherwise just to express my gratitude.

I also want to thank Covers for sharing his fantastic collection. Not only do the images remind me of my ill-spent pre-ZFX youth searching for the "right" material, but I'm finding they serve as excellent bookmarks as I scroll down to where I left off.

And as always, thanks Ralphus for curating and moderating and keeping the forum alive. It's one of my favorite places on the web.
 
140) Thomas Chaser 
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(140) I knew I was forgetting something!

I, too, enjoy the images that Covers is posting up of the old pulp novel artwork. It's interesting to me how the concept of the ideal woman has changed in physical appearance in just the last 50 years. It's also interesting how much of a story can be told in just one image. Maybe it's the emotional impact of the piece. Sort of like this still, which I don't know if its from a movie or just a series of stills, but I like the defiant/angry/shocked look of the model. And of course, a light sheen of sweat from physical exertion helps, too.
 
139) Covers 
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(139) Amy wrote: I'm especially gratified by how much Covers is taking advantage of the new picture upload feature. Love the images!

I was wondering whether everyone was politely refraining from slapping me down for posting off-topic, but if the Goddess of GIMP approves, I must be golden. wink

Amy, I really enjoyed your interview at [youareentitledtomyopinioninterviews.blogspot.com]. Having seen some of your movies, it's hard to picture you being described as robotic, unless people just mean you work hard and never stop. Also, I agree, molasses cookies are the shit! Reiki helped my insomnia problems. Contact me by email if you'd like the off-topic details.

Today's cover scan is from Adam Mar 1972. Look for a significant increase in GIMPiness in my posts starting tomorrow.
 
138) Thomas Chaser 
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(138) Ok, here it is. The last scene in "Confessions of Sex Slaves". Surely someone could make a movie out of just this image alone, about each of the people in the room and what exactly the woman behind the cross is doing on her knees.
 
137) Thomas Chaser 
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*Gasp* *Gasp* *Cough, cough* Geez, I've been holding my breath over here ever since the old forum went down! Now that Amy has come to our rescue, I can finally inhale - exhale - inhale - exhale my creative side of life.

Ok, on to things.

1) I'm digging this new forum. Whatever format you go with, it's going to be leaps and bounds better than the old one. Of course, I'll still have to rely on Ralphus to host some of the screencaps in my reviews, but at least I can get one free pic without troubling him. In fact, here, have one! It's the only decent scene in the movie "Confessions of Sex Slaves". More on that in a bit.

2) Speaking of movies, I really like the trailer and stills from the new Mood Pictures series beginning with "Spy Interrogation". From what I can see two of my favorite things are back: Gigi Weiss as a blonde, and the vertical frame with chain-link fencing from "Milgram Experiment". That's sold me on the movie right there, and it looks like there's some new talent in the form of a brunette that I'm looking forward to seeing more of soon. Look for my review soon.

3) Ever watch an old 70's movie and think "Wow, did they really think that would be shocking?" Well, that's my reaction to a film called "Confessions of Sex Slaves", a German (I think) film that attempted to shock its audience with a tale of pretty young girls hooked on smack and forced to do immoral things, like walk around naked, perform oral sex, and - shocking! - get slapped around a little. Well, considering that in Amsterdam during that period you could find women willing to do all that without having to spend your hard-earned money getting them hooked on black tar heroin first (an expensive and dangerous operation), this cautionary tale loses its edge. And, to be honest, the only really erotic part of the whole thing comes in the last three seconds of the film, when an attractive brunette is chained spreadeagle to a St. Andrew's cross and threatened with a menacing sword while others look on; probably to imply that it's a snuff film and she's about to get whacked. Nowadays, you can fake snuff fairly easily - just check out [www.sexy-amazons.com] or [www.fantasy-babes.de] for girls being stabbed, shot, sliced, or speared in scenes that could be convincing if you're the kind of person that needs to be convinced. Which brings up my next topic.

4) Inspiration. Pedro admitted that a scene in Jac Avila's films inspired him in one of his films. That's great! It's that sort of cross-pollination that furthers the genre and keeps things fresh. Just when you thought the women-in-prison genre was dead, along comes Bound Heat to infuse some new ideas in an old concept. So, going back to "Confessions of Sex Slaves", what if someone really did take that last scene and expound upon it? What if you took that scene as the opening of the movie, show the model/victim get snuffed, and as the blood drains from her body she (and the audience) reflect back on the circumstances that brought about her demise. Now THAT would be a shocking film, because you already know how it ends and along the way, when the character is at a decisive cross-roads, you would want to yell "Don't do it!". Think about it. If you had known five years ago what you would be doing right now, what choices would you have made differently? Now what if it led to your death? Kind of makes you wonder a bit.

5) While the forum was down, I caught "Graphic Sexual Horror", the documentary about the old Insex website. Amazing stuff. It pretty much details how the greatest force in bondage torture online movie clips came to be, the risks he faced, how much the models were involved, and pretty much how the industry changed as a result. If you're curious about such things, I recommend giving it a viewing.

Ok, so there you go. Two thumbnail movie reviews and some reflections on things in general. Heck, I'm so hopped up on adrenaline right now, I just might have to make a second posting just to show another picture.
 
136) Bill K. 
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Friday, 21 February 2014 06:04 PM Permalink


I forgot to add the answer to Ralphus' question, AC or DC are the same if the ampere is the same. Bill K.
 
135) Bill K. 
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Friday, 21 February 2014 05:52 PM Permalink


Today's picture: The way bad guys hook up wires to gimps actually make perfect sense in that electric current will pass through her tits only, black wire to red wire and not through her entire body. I'm thinking the black and red are connected across her clitoris also.

Maximize pain to the most sensitive sexual parts of her body without damage to her nervous system and heart. Smart bad guy but unlucky for the poor GIMP. Spark chaser Bill K.
 
134) Amy Hesketh 
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Friday, 21 February 2014 02:39 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


(134) YikYakker - A motorcycle movie in which terrible things happen to my character is an excellent idea! My favorite motorcycle film of all time is Girl on a Motorcycle, with Marianne Faithfull. So 60's.

In other news, I just saw that an interview with yours truly came out today on This Website Right Here. Enjoy!
 
133) YikYakker 
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Friday, 21 February 2014 02:10 PM Permalink


Amy: Motorcycles too? Oh wow.
I'm having fantasies about you as a biker chick in one of those retro biker movies from the 1960s.
You get gang-banged by some outlaw bikers (wearing swastikas or iron crosses) and then tied AOH to a tree for further abuse. Gotta make a movie like that someday.
 
132) Amy Hesketh 
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(132) Thanks again everyone for all of the further appreciation, I'm glad you're all enjoying the new forum! I've since turned off the comment feature at the behest of our great leader, Ralphus. Hopefully, that will result in no missed postings. smile

I'm especially gratified by how much Covers is taking advantage of the new picture upload feature. Love the images!

Pedro wrote, "Amy, you are a 'renaissance lady'. You act, you write, you build set and you do computer codes.. Wow.

Maybe it's not such a big secret, but I tell you that I purchased half of your catalog. My personal favorite one is Martyr. It seems that here in this forum the most adored movie of yours are those playing in the Dark Middle Ages, but for me Martyr is the real one. It's so powerful. There's one scene which even inspired me during writing the script of Mood Pictures' latest movie Fear. I think nobody would point out which scene of yours inspired which scene of ours, but I felt I had to admit that this was the case...
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I also direct films, I'm now on my fourth, and I ride horses, and motorcycles. wink Thank you, Pedro. I'm happy that our films are an inspiration. I love Martyr! When I saw it in a film festival in Oruro, Bolivia, it made me want to stick around and make films with Jac. The result is an ongoing, and growing body of work.

I've put one of my favorite production stills from Martyr below. Carmen is lovely in this film.



As well as Veronica...

 
131) YikYakker 
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Ralphus: Yeah, sorry couldn't resist making a snide remark. You can remove it if you want.
This History of Pain pic shows nipples that are ideal for elecro-shock. Nice casting.
 
130) Ralphus 
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Come on, guys. Both of you would rather respond to some off-topic spam about green tea (since removed) than about the tied-down naked blonde chick getting wired up for electric shock? If somebody spams the board, trust me, it will get taken down and they won't be back. Don't waste valuable space responding to that junk.

Now let's get back to the aforementioned naked chick. I saw the new Elite Pain video History of Pain - Spy Interrogaton last night and was blown away! Not a perfect film by any means, mainly because of the casting (tattoo freaks) but there were 2 outstanding scenes, both of which I'll highlight here in the days to come. One is where the blonde is given electroshock torture and fried for several minutes,which would be worth the price of the video right there. And the other scene is a long, wonderfully dramatic sequence toward the end where a totally innocent cutie (thankfully with no tats this time) is GAGGED and spread out and savagely whipped, while her sister cries and pleads for the abuse to end. Hot stuff, to be sure, and hey, I thought the folks at Mood Pictures/Elite Pain didn't like gags! They picked a good time to change their mind on this one. I was so inspired I went ahead and made some caps. I think you guys are gonna like this one.
 
129) Badger 
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Re: Marlys.

. Seems we have our first interloper under our new format. Ah. Both a website and an email address where I am sure we could learn more. Gentlemen and ladies, STEP AWAY FROM THE MOUSE. Do not give this dildo the satisfaction of a click.
 
128) YikYakker 
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Gee, Marlys, thanks for that. Really on topic. roll eyes (sarcastic)
 
127) Howie 
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@ Gog - Ya, Girl on Girl bondage has never been my thing either, but Candle looks as amazing as always in those screen grabs. eek!
 
126) gog 
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Howie- Turns out there's another video w/Candle Boxxx & Hunter. And this one has bondage. Not sure about the premise though. Never really been into girl on girl B&D/S&M stuff myself.

 
125) Dan Hawke 
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Pedro:

I was looking at two movie paks and thinking it was the price for a single movie!

My mistake on that one.

~Dan
 
124) Pedro 
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Dan: Thanks for the advices. Actually we haven't raised our prices ever, but we are experiencing with lowering the prices. Initially we sold all ElitePain titles for 39,95 EUR, but these days we have lowered some movies' prices to 29,95 EUR or lower. Isn't it the USD-EUR exchange rate which made you believe we changed our prices? lol
 
123) Dan Hawke 
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Pedro:
This looks like a great idea and many here will want this (these) titles. However, I will not see them. I doublechecked your site while thinking about a post about the cost. Then I saw you raised prices!

Clearly you are doing well enough to keep adding product so you must be doing pretty well. Congrats!

In truth I am not your real audience (though I was for most of my life). But purely from a business standpoint, you might want to consider a price point analysis. If you cut the price 10% will additional unit sales net more than the lost 10%? This includes costs (per each order). You should check some other numbers to the extent feasible.

If you are using price to deter piracy, then that may be equal to/more important than unit sales.

But financially, charging a little less might end up being financially rewarding. Not too much, though. After all you want to remain elite (In both senses of the word).

~Dan Hawke.
 
122) Pedro 
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Amy, you are a 'renaissance lady'. You act, you write, you build set and you do computer codes.. Wow.

Maybe it's not such a big secret, but I tell you that I purchased half of your catalog. My personal favorite one is Martyr. It seems that here in this forum the most adored movie of yours are those playing in the Dark Middle Ages, but for me Martyr is the real one. It's so powerful. There's one scene which even inspired me during writing the script of Mood Pictures' latest movie Fear. I think nobody would point out which scene of yours inspired which scene of ours, but I felt I had to admit that this was the case...

Anyway, I receive a lot of inspiration from this board too. (I mean from you guys, and also from the pictures and videos you include in your posts). The fruit of these inspiration is the latest ElitePain release which is completely different from our former videos. It is a fake documentary film. Actually this is going to be a series called 'History of Pain' and the title of this episode is 'Spy Interrogation'.

You can watch the trailer of this film below.

If this episode will be successful (and it seems to be so, seeing the sales of the first hours) we plan to make episodes about different eras and situation. For example Middle Ages, Inquisition, Asian Tortures, Slave punishments, etc. I would be really happy to read what your thoughts are, which era or situation interests you the most. If you pick any, also please include what kind of tortures/punishments would you see in connection with that era/situation. We plan to include at least 8-10 different torture methods in each episode. Thank you for your contribution in advance!

 
121) Covers 
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(121) Adam Jan 1974
 
120) Bill K. 
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(120) From BMovieVillain "Tina's Ants are coming to dinner"
I wonder why ant peril artists think they need to make ants bigger rather than a swarm of thousands of them?
Don't worry guys, I'm only going post a few bug pictures to Bug Week. Bill K.

Bill K. Thursday, 20 February 2014 01:51 AM
oops! embarrassment sorry, It's not bug week. False alarm unless Woody has "Termites". Bill K.
 
119) A Canadian 
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 08:19 PM Permalink


Sheesh. I think we need an ignore function that lets you bypass the daily picture during "special" weeks.
 
118) YikYakker 
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Today's Bugs: Just like ants...always spoil my picnic!
 
117) Covers 
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(117) Adam Feb 1973
 
116) cmf 
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For some reason the name of the proposed addition to the SOURCES FOR EXTREME BONDAGE VIDEOS/DVDS links page didn't make it: http://nicheclips.com
 
115) Bill K. 
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Today picture: Hopefully for that GIMP the ants don't decide to make her vagina their new nest for a new queen and just eat her out and leave but then again they may not want to leave and want seconds and thirds and so on....
Now I've got to find more Bug GIMP material guys. Thanks frown A Canadian. Where's my Raid? Bill K.
 
114) Dieter 
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Really....such a helpful site.
 
113) Rick 
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 12:04 AM Permalink


You need Flash to view this object



Can it be this easy?

GiMP music!

Rick

Howie Wednesday, 19 February 2014 12:07 AM
Yup. It's that simple. smile

We miss ya, Kurt.
 
112) Howie 
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(112) Canadian said: those who prefer to pontificate about Ms. Boxxx's implants

Ya.... Aren't they fucking fabulous!?! smile cool
 
111) A Canadian 
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One possible advantage of a threaded forum is it may open up opportunities for discussion that we don't necessarily want in the current format.

An obvious example might be a "political" section. In the past, whenever we have veered into politics, it was felt that the discussions ultimately distracted from the prime directive, which is discussions of films, artwork and stories depicting women in merciless peril (or "girls," if you're fussy about the acronym).

On a threaded board, the people who want to debate politics could do so while those who prefer to pontificate about Ms. Boxxx's implants and other matters are free to avoid the political debates.

That said, while I lean towards the threads format, I don't have strong feelings about it. The traditional format has served us well, in my view.
 
110) Badger 
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Rick, I can guarantee that I will be a Shadow Army customer on day one.. My least favorite of your ZFX productions were better than most of the best of what was available elsewhere in those years.

I will also say that I and a fair number of our Forum colleagues are, I believe, "keep-it-real" GIMPERS. My favorite productions, be they ZFX classics like Forced Entry or Monterey Productions' Ginger series, are those where I can say ....."hey, it could happen". So here is hoping that for every ravishing of Candle by an apparition or other supernatural pervert, there is another by your average mean guy who wants to do a number on an innocent lovely.

Rick Wednesday, 19 February 2014 02:49 PM
Thanks Badger, I appreciate that. I think the next thing I shoot will be more along the lines of what you're saying.
 
109) Ralphus 
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Let's address the forum "controversy", shall we? We can address the issue of bugs later.

Guys, you all make great points. And let me stress I haven't made up my mind either way. And for those of you who say it's my decision, I really want whatever will make you guys happy. This board belongs to all of you, I just maintain it.

As for making this a vote, I think you guys are doing a great job stating your respective viewpoints. For what it's worth, I count 9 votes so far from people who basically like the forum the way it is, with the comments section really their only concern. So far Margot, TRG, Mr. Bush, Rick, Flintstone, Covers, Bill K, Howie and YikYakker have posted in favor of the guestbook, while Scribbler, Canadian, Fritz and Osouk prefer a threaded board. I asked Amy via e-mail this morning which one she personally preferred, and she said the threaded board. So that would make it 9-5. So right now, we're still divided, although a majority like the current setup. I hope the discussion will continue.

The first thing I'm gonna do, and this might disappoint some of you, is make sure we keep the comments that have already been made on respective posts, and then turn off the comments feature. Of course, this doesn't mean we can't comment on past posts, but we'll do it in new posts like we've done for the past 15 years, so anything new will show up at the top and not be missed. Honestly, that's the main bugaboo that started this whole debate, and I think that will solve most of the issues we have here.

It doesn't mean the possibility of a threaded forum is off the books. Amy has said she'll build a new one if we desire it, and we very well might in the future. The thing is, I don't think it's imperative right now. Let's get settled in here and see how things go. I don't think the board was broken before; we've had close to 15 pretty successful years, and the only thing that's changed is that it's now a lot easier for people to post here. I think that's a positive change.

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Kelderek: Wow, really nice artwork, thank you. Like I mentioned before, I'm a big fan of your work. This new one is especially good.

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Ariella73 wrote:

whips and chains make me so scared .. and horny!

I checked your e-mail. From Italy. Damn, geographically undesirable. Why couldn't you live in Ohio?

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A Canadian wrote:

This is not a controversy. True controversy is when we are subjected to day after day of nasty depictions of women and bugs.

Bugs! What a wonderful idea. We haven't had a Bug Week yet at the new forum, have we?

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After reading Howie's latest post, I discovered one of the neat things about the new look of this forum is you can enlarge a pic and play a YouTube video at the same time. Which allows you to create your own new backdrop. So I was able to look at an image of Candle Boxxx being tortured in the background while Tom Petty was singing "the waiting is the hardest part" at the same time in the corner of the screen. And this is what I ended up with. Kinda cool.


Howie Tuesday, 18 February 2014 11:32 PM
Ha ha. Ya. I did the same thing. smile
 
108) Bill K. 
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Yik, I am a moderater at Stakedamsels forum site with threads and all I do is check my E-mail everyday to OK new members into the site to help out SD's workload and I do have watch out for SPAM and members posting comments and pictures that are rude and disrespectful of other member's beliefs and fantasies. Here Ralphus does all that because it's one post at a time here and no 6 or 7 sections to check everyday so it's easier and NO passwords to check and to OK daily. Bill K.
 
107) YikYakker 
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(107) Threaded Posts: Yeah, what Howie said. Threads would make sense if we were routinely deluged with posts on myriad topics. Maybe someday this site will be like that, but that's not been the history. I like the sequential nature of posts from the older site, and I'm hoping that the comment feature is not overused; too multi-linear for my aging brain and I've probably already missed a few posts.

Also, I'm wondering what it takes to moderate and/or administer a site with threads. Another site that I've frequented seems to have volunteer members who each handle a particular topic. Judging by the results, the volunteers appear to not have to work for a living and have no other pressing matters to attend to. Show of hands: how many people here fit that description? wink

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Today's Candle: I'm digging this chick; hope we get to see more of her.

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I also like these Men's Adventure Magazine covers. Thanks to all who've posted them.

Howie Tuesday, 18 February 2014 11:44 PM
Those dam Warsaw Wantons.... THEY'RE ASKING FOR IT... smile lol
 
106) Howie 
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Personally, I don't think a threaded forum is necessary, as we're quite capable of have very good discussions just as is.

The only minor tweak I could see doing now would be the comments on posts.

While I do think it's a good idea in theory, the reality is that it's just to easy to miss someone commenting on your post.

I say just make a new post and highlight the text from that persons post your commenting on.

Oh, and an edit function would be nice a well, but I'm not gonna push my luck here. wink
 
105) Howie 
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(105) ....Fuck.... smile

 
104) Fritz 
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Ralphus wrote:

One unfortunate aspect over this forum format controversy is it's taking the attention away from the stills from the new ZFX upcoming release.


Which wouldn’t happen if this were a threaded forum smile. The format discussion would be neatly squared away in one thread, while the ZFX promos would be in another. The rabble-rousing complainers could follow the former, and folks who just want to look at the pretty pictures would browse the latter. A few completists might even peruse both.

Of course a threaded board would change the dynamic of the place, but sometimes change is good. I’ve nagged Ralphus offline about upgrading the board since long before Dreamscape croaked, so I know where he stands on this. To be honest, I really don’t mind the guestbook approach – hell, I even got a masochistic thrill coding the HTML – but I’ve always thought the place would draw in more contributors if it resembled the 95% plus other discussion forums on the ‘net. And drawing in more contributors is something Ralphus does care about. A lot.

The upgrades Amy introduced have been a major leap forward, and I’m sure the resulting growth in both traffic and new posters is due in part to making the site not only more usable, but also more conventional. Face it, there are very few guestbooks left, and I suspect many potential posters avoid them because they are unfamiliar or appear somewhat random and disorganized when compared to threaded boards.

Then there is the scalability issue. TRG says there are only “one or two” topics going on, but in fact there are many more. Sometimes three or four are covered in a single post. In fact, I suspect the format actually limits the discussion because a lively new topic can quickly push the older ones way down in the queue. And even if Brian’s Page is four times as active as this place, it’s still low-traffic. Many discussion sites have dozens of topics running at once – some have hundreds. I doubt a guestbook could support that level of activity.

All that said, one of the reasons I like the GIMP is because it is a small, friendly community where everyone knows your name. I don’t want to move to the cold, big city. So I should be careful what I wish for, right? Still, I like the idea of more organized discussions and other benefits which come with introducing threads. And I’m not even the one complaining about lack of contributors.

Anyway, sorry to further distract everyone from the ZFX “thread”, but given we are at a turning point here, I think it’s important we know where we are headed. Ralphus has clearly wrestled with this already, but unless he insists on shutting down further discussion (it’s his ball after all), I think it would be prudent to evaluate the pros and cons, clear up any misinformation, and give those who care about the matter a chance to post their thoughts.

I wasn’t really serious about putting this to a vote. It is a decision that should be made by our leader based on what he feels is best, and hopefully after weighing the opinions and recommendations of his minions. As we did not have the opportunity to comment in a timely fashion, I hope Ralphus will indulge our thoughts now, somewhat awkwardly after the decision has been made.

As for me, I’m willing to risk a threaded format for the reasons already stated and hence I support the change. But I do understand why others disagree, and I certainly won’t mind if things stay as they are (except for the comment feature, which I fear will become an increasing irritant over time).
 
103) Bill K. 
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(103) The only thing I would change or add to this new great GIMP forum would be able to edit or delete your own post. Otherwise it's great the way it is.

The upcoming new movie "Pompeii" should have GIMP scenes considering the Roman's love of torturing Christian women but knowing Hollywood it's not likely and the previews show no GIMP scenes. Bill K.
 
102) A Canadian 
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 06:35 PM Permalink


The forum format: This has now reached the status of a full-blown "controversy"? eek!

This is not a controversy. True controversy is when we are subjected to day after day of nasty depictions of women and bugs. This discussion, by contrast, is barely a tiff.
 
101) Rick 
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Greetings All,

I think the forum is pretty damn nice and I like this old school interface.
I just go back and read the comments I think it's a nice feature even without threading.

Maybe threading is something could be added later during a redesign but let's enjoy what we have now. If they do make changes in the future to add features they now have the luxury of not going down while it happens.

I'm sure Amy was thinking about the time sensitivity of the situation and trying to get it done in the quickest way possible. Its a big job to create one of these interfaces. Let's not look a gift horse in the mouth. embarrassment

Rick
 
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I like the way it is right now.
 
99) Arcas 
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(99) It's great that so many folks came flooding back as soon as the new forum went up. I kinda thought we'd take a big traffic hit and have to rebuild a lot of viewership. And let me add my voice to the chorus: "THANK YOU, AMY!" Wow... so great of you - a damsel usually in distress - to come to OUR rescue! You, dear lady, are all kinds of awesome!

So this is my first return post so that I can get a sense of what the new user experience is like and not feel left out of the current chatter. smile So far so good. Now for the REAL test... to try the image attachment. If all goes well a good Arcas Golden Oldie follows - or precedes, however this thing manages it. I haven't been doing much new lately, but those clouds will clear soon enough, I'm sure.

Bill K. Tuesday, 18 February 2014 05:55 PM
I missed your gimp smile posts Arcas. Subject 7 looks great big grin and I look forward to new and old gimp artwork posts from you. Bill K.

Mwb Wednesday, 19 February 2014 09:21 AM
I see you must be an Insex fan.
Have you ever watched Hazel?
Just as much a pain slut as 912.
With smaller tits. LOL
Trust me.The girl can take it and come back for more.
Plus,she is a truly nice woman. smile
 
98) TRG 
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Quite frankly, I like this presentation of the forum. Threaded forums are a good idea if there are topics running all over the map, but that's not the case with this one. There are usually just one or two topics of conversation going on at once. Everybody who wants to has their say and we move on to something else. Pretty simple. My preference is to keep things the way they are.
 
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whips and chains make me so scared .. and horny!
 
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(96) Here's another picture I made, showing that even hard working interrogators need a coffee break.

So Amy, enjoy a well deserved coffee after your hard work getting the forum back! big grin
 
95) FROG 
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Ralphus, In may haste to thank Amy, I forgot to extend my thanks to you and your hard work. So thanks, gracias, merci, etc.
Regarding the format, I think the thread idea is good.
Keep cooking up this heady stew.
 
94) Ralphus 
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One unfortunate aspect over this forum format controversy is it's taking the attention away from the stills from the new ZFX upcoming release. Shadow Army looks like vintage ZFX. Not sure about the invisible man rape, but Rick did that at least one time before (in Dance Macabre) and he pulled it off. Then we get into more familiar stuff like electro-torture, clothespins, whipping and upside-down suspension. All in all, looks like a must-have. The one bad thing is having to wait until May, which usually means June or July big grin


brainmaster Tuesday, 18 February 2014 03:38 PM
The only downside I see on these stills of Candle in the upcoming ZFX production is that that pretty mouth is going to be gagged and the lovely begging whimpering voice is going to be silent. Otherwise, can't wait to see her handled that way only Rick knows how.

Rick Tuesday, 18 February 2014 06:17 PM
@ Ralphus Thanks brother, it is a ways off and I am usually Kubrickian in my editing speed lol. This movie is more complicated than most. That said I have better equipment than ever before so it should help speed things up. Maybe I will surprise you and me too lol

@brainsmaster Candle has an amazing mouth and really nice teeth too. In the invisible man scenes she is ungagged her beautiful mouth is on full display. After that its a gag fest though razz (stick out tongue)
 
93) Reine Margot 
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(93) A big problem with threaded forums is SPAM! We had a forum at Red Feline. I couldn't handle all the spam that kept trying to get in. I had to approve members to stop spammers and suddenly I had ten thousand requests and only two or three were legit. At the end I stopped approving. We put an end to it, no more Red Feline Forum until someone in our crew decides to start it again.

A threaded forum would require that we all JOIN, with user names and passwords. I haven't been able to post at Stakedamsels for a long time because I think it's not accepting my password. This forum is OPEN to all and less complicated. We all can enjoy without any hassle. Right? Am I right? and you will notice too that I will be posting with more frequency. What was laborious for me now it's easy.

I just have to get the hang of it to post with more pictures and fancy colours.

Amy Hesketh Tuesday, 18 February 2014 11:43 AM
Margot is slightly erroneous in her assumption about the forum spam problem. As well as having to register to use a threaded forum.

A threaded forum can be made public, so that anyone can post, without logging in. And spam can be prevented with different kinds of Captcha, before one is able to post.

BTW, thanks for the picture, (queeniest of queens) Margot. 'Tis nice.

Reine Margot Send E-mailemail Tuesday, 18 February 2014 11:51 AM
If you say so oh Goddess of PHP. The advantage of a threaded forum is that you can keep up with a topic's history, the disadvantage is that not everyone will follow such topic.

Should this issue be submitted to a vote?

Reine Margot Send E-mailemail Tuesday, 18 February 2014 12:02 PM
Testing, testing.
 
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For anyone interested in reading "Lets Go Play at the Adams" it is available on a digital book site for a monthly membership of $8.95 in either PDF or TXT form. Just remember to cancel your membership if you don't want to subscribe. In any case it's a lot cheaper than the $150 price quoted here. There are also books available on ebay for about $25.
 
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Candle is SOexpressive!
 
90) Amy Hesketh 
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Hey all,

So, threaded versus guestbook format. I figured that Ralphus knew best when he chose the guestbook over a threaded forum. Why? Because it creates a different type of discussion. It tends to be more focussed around here, a bit livelier and more personal than threaded forums I've seen. Like we're all at a party together and people wander in and out of the room, putting in their two cents, then wandering out again to get another beer, or go talk to someone else. (I'm big on analogies, ask Ralphus).

I understand how the comments may not be working out. I, for one, sometimes can't check the board every day because I'm shooting on location or some such thing (tied up in a basement), so I would have to scroll down over everything to see if there were comments. It's also hard to control how the comments are used.

I can disable the comments at any time, if you so wish, but any that have been posted will become invisible at that time.

I can also create a threaded forum on a different URL, with no downtime here, if everyone wants that. But boss-man Ralphus is the last word on that. wink

And if you all want more smilies, I can probably add them. It's a bit of work, but if there are some specific ones people like to use, it takes the guesswork out of it.

Howie Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:28 PM
Hey, Amy.

The more emoticons the better. big grin

You can never have enough emoticons. razz (stick out tongue) cool roll eyes (sarcastic) #@*%! smile
 
89) Ralphus 
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Looks like the focus on the board has shifted from praising Amy for all her hard work in building this new forum for us...to criticizing me over my decision to continue with the format we were all using before. Brian's Page, which likewise started at Dreambook, was rebuilt by Brian himself, who's a software engineer and he chose the guestbook format as well. I definitely don't consider Brian's Page to be a "low traffic board"; they regularly get 4 times the number of posts we get here, and they seem to be doing just fine. They've been doing fine for 17 years now. So it does work.

I did weigh the options over going with the threaded board. I didn't dislike the idea, it's just that it would have been way different from what we were used to. Ultimately I went with the decision to make the transition as smooth as possible and to go with something similar to the way we were already set up. And no, we were down and couldn't vote on it. This was my call.

We'll let Amy weigh in on the issue. I agree the new setup has its issues, but up until yesterday, people seemed to really like it. Now, as I noted, it appears the tide has turned.

Reine Margot Send E-mailemail Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:12 AM
I personally think that the comments work, as long as the post remains on top. I remember thinking that my posts were quickly becoming a thing of the past because new posts were constantly coming up. So, that hasn't changed.

I like the way the forum looks and works now. A threaded forum invites to ignore threads. In those forums I go only to those threads I'm interested in, even if by ignoring many other threads I might be missing something good.

I prefer this kind of forum. I can always post my comments quoting others, like before, to keep a theme current.

Those are my two cents... for now... big grin

BP Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:12 AM
I'm surprised it took this long to start complaining. I think this is well done and want to thank her. I didn't know this group was full of Yahoo and Google groups followers. Don't say good just complain.

Flintstone Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:45 AM
Hey Boss, don't worry about it, you made a call. I think everyone would agree that we are all glad the site is back up, don't stress about the details, we will get used to it.

Covers Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:16 PM
I'm fine with this format. Toss the whiners in a nice big vat of quicklime. wink
 
88) Covers 
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(88) Action For Men Nov 1961
 
87) Osouk 
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For what it's worth I'd vote for a threaded format.
 
86) Fritz 
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Ralphus wrote:

Amy gave me the choice of between a "threaded forum", like Stakedamsels, which has that feature of the latest replies popping up to the top, or a "guestbook", like Brian's Page uses and the same system we had before.

It’s too bad the GIMP was down, or we could have had a vote on this. My guess is that most readers would have preferred the “threaded forum like Stakedamsels.” Today, the vast majority of forums are set up this way and for good reason. They are much easier to follow and allow readers to track with relative ease only the topics which interest them. All related feedback is compiled in one place, and the latest contributions, whether new topics or responses to older ones, appear at the top. Posters can even “bump” stale topics if they believe they were overlooked.

The guestbook is an obsolete format from the early days of BBS's and Usenet. It still works for relatively low traffic boards, but when the momentum builds, as it seems to be doing here, it’s far from an ideal solution. If we do continue using it at the GIMP, I agree with Ralphus that we will need to insert quotes to refer to earlier posts as we did on the old forum. And that’s a bit of a shame, because a threaded board would have allowed us to get around this annoyance.

Is it really too late to change? If it is possible to switch to a threaded design, what do others think? Personally, I’d be willing to go off-line for another week or two to get an (arguably) better board – but I’m sure that’s the last thing Amy and Ralphus want to hear at this point. Still, it may be our last chance for a long, long while.

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Honorswar26: Fortunately, I noticed there were some replies to my previous post praising your story. I’m appending this here so there is less chance of it being missed:

I was shocked to read Ralphus’ comment that your original draft included the implied slaying of an infant. Although I enjoyed Medieval Tale in its current edit, had I known such a contentious scene was ever part of the narrative, I doubt I would have read your story. I suspect your decision to write this passage was intended more to shock than titillate, but I have to voice my objection nonetheless. I abhor censorship, and within the law of wherever you reside, you have the right to pen whatever you wish – but depicting the suffering of children or animals is anathema to me, and I suspect to many other GIMPers as well. I don’t have many personal boundaries, but now you know two of them.

That said, I also will add this same message as a comment to my post, because that’s where the discussion is. Of course, few will read my response there – which highlights the comment feature dilemma.
 
85) MAV 
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Wow! ZFX's Shadow Army looks awesome. Cant wait!
 
84) Rick 
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Greetings All,

Some pictures have gone up for the new show Shadow Army. We are a long way off to release so this is just a teaser. I haven't had time to capture everything yet but I got a few pictures for you to look at.

I will be putting up more pictures and a trailer eventually. The first part is an invisible man beating and gang bang and then things get more real with abduction and heavy torture. That's all I can tell you for now. big grin

Link to the pictures is in my website link or click on the picture and scroll down the main page.

Rick




 
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Scribbler: No eggs will be tossed by me (does that sound dirty?). I, too, would have preferred a threaded version.
 
82) A Canadian 
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The first version of Bloodsucking Freaks that I ever rented on video was the one with the "Caligula" title. It seemed to me the quality of the film was OK, for a VHS version of a low-budget movie.

I don't think it was censored. The only change I can recall was to the opening titles -- they used some of the imagery of the woman being lifted out of the box near the beginning of the film to create a new opening title. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure it was the exact same movie.

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Regarding the comments option, here's my two cents. I think it might be a good idea to use the comments to post replies to reviews, so that the feedback is gathered in one place.

For all other discussions, I would recommend creating new posts, as I do think there is a risk that people's remarks will otherwise get missed.
 
81) Scribbler 
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Great Job, Amy...

but Ralphus, and everyone can throw eggs at me if they want, I would've recommended and preferred a threaded forum over another guestbook. (where's the :ducking: smilie!) Since she gave you the option.

@Rick: looking forward to your Candle Boxxx movie. Did you use candles on her!?

Rick Tuesday, 18 February 2014 02:26 AM
Nope no candles on Candle but next go I probably will! lol
 
80) Howie 
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Rick wrote:

Candle, Thanks for stopping by! You are an amazing performer, don't listen to these knuckleheads.

Knuckleheads? Why I oughta... smile


Rick Monday, 17 February 2014 11:21 PM
Nucknucknucknaaa lol
 
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Fritz wrote:

Unlike most thread-based boards, this one does not bump up or highlight posts which have received a reply, so unless readers scroll through the entire forum every time they visit (and can identify new addenda), I fear most comments will go unread. Or am I missing something?

No, you're not missing anything. The more I look at the comments feature, the more I dislike it. For instance, I had to move Candle Boxxx's post up from where she originally posted, which was back below Rick's original post from 2 days ago. Otherwise, I fear very few people would have noticed it, and a post from a babe like Candle Boxxx is something everybody would want to read.

Or is there a way to draw attention to new comments as well as new topics? If we choose the former alternative, the GIMP will remain a single-threaded, linear sequence of posts rather than a multi-threaded, topic based board.

Amy gave me the choice of between a "threaded forum", like Stakedamsels, which has that feature of the latest replies popping up to the top, or a "guestbook", like Brian's Page uses and the same system we had before. I chose the guestbook. She added the feature where you can reply to individual comments. On the surface, it sounded like a good idea, but I can see now that it has its issues. The biggest one is potentially missing postings. That bothers me.

Like I said before, I would rather address past posts with a new posting so I can be sure people see it. Such as:

Pippin wrote:

If i might ask, what is in the 'director's cut' of bloodsucking freaks? I have a version of it, but would love some more gore and debasement if there is available.

As far as I know, the "director's cut" is the most complete version of the movie currently available, but I haven't seen anything different compared to any other version out there. It appears to be the same version I watched on VHS back in the 1980s.

I have read that a retitled version, The Heritage of Caligula: An Orgy of Sick Minds used an inferior, edited print, but I never saw it. Hope that helps.

Howie Monday, 17 February 2014 10:36 PM
Ralphus said: On the surface, it sounded like a good idea, but I can see now that it has its issues. The biggest one is potentially missing postings. That bothers me.

Yup. It's a well intentioned feature, and I understand why Amy put it there, but I've already almost missed a few comments people put on my posts, and I'm not sure if they've seen my replies to them.
 
78) Fritz 
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Strange. This place looks different somehow. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but... wait a minute, let me check the house number... Well, it’s still the GIMP... and... hold on – now it’s coming back to me. Right. We were evicted from the old place a few weeks ago. So this must be the new digs. Nice furniture.

Thanks to Amy and Ralphus for building such a snazzy abode in record time. Judging from the increase in traffic, it’s paid off moving from the Dreamscape Caves to what qualifies as an actual building. It’s amazing what a few doors and windows will do for you, not to mention ditching all those HTML tags cluttering up the place. Good job.

Though I agree this is a huge improvement over the Byzantine version, I share the already mentioned concern regarding the comment feature. Unlike most thread-based boards, this one does not bump up or highlight posts which have received a reply, so unless readers scroll through the entire forum every time they visit (and can identify new addenda), I fear most comments will go unread. Or am I missing something?

For example, I’d like to reply to Honorswar26’s post to praise him for his excellent new story, but I if I use the comment feature, I doubt if Honorswar26 (or anyone else) will ever read it. So will we adopt the convention of quoting or responding to previous posts in new messages as we did before? Or is there a way to draw attention to new comments as well as new topics? If we choose the former alternative, the GIMP will remain a single-threaded, linear sequence of posts rather than a multi-threaded, topic based board. On the bright side, it will now be a usable single-threaded, linear sequence of posts.

Oh, and by the way... great work on the excellent new story, Honorswar26. The ending wasn’t quite what I expected, but it is very well written and you sure didn’t pull any punches in the descriptions. Nicely done!

Honorswar26 Monday, 17 February 2014 09:12 PM
Actually the original ending was a little different and certainly more dramatic. But the forum owner thought that it was a little too over the top, so he asked me to tone it down some.

Ralphus Send E-mailemail Monday, 17 February 2014 09:21 PM
@Honorswar26: You can call killing an infant "over the top". I call it tasteless and not something we need to read here.

I don't have a problem with doing any nasty thing imaginable to women. Babies are something completely different. And I can guarantee others would have been quite upset and offended by the ending you originally had. That's why I told you I wouldn't upload it in its original form.

Badger Monday, 17 February 2014 09:44 PM
I'm with Ralphus on this.

Honorswar26 Monday, 17 February 2014 11:05 PM
The infant didn't actually die or even get injured in the original ending. But it's future was very doubtful.....just to be clear.

Ralphus Send E-mailemail Monday, 17 February 2014 11:17 PM
@Honorswar26: You had a baby being fed to the wolves as the final line in your original story. No, you didn't describe the action in gory detail, but there's no doubt whatsoever about the baby's fate.

I've never had to censor anyone's story whatsoever since we've had the GIMP Fiction section...until this one. I draw the line on killing babies, whether it's implied or explicit.

Fritz Tuesday, 18 February 2014 03:31 AM
I was shocked to read Ralphus’ comment that your original draft included the implied slaying of an infant. Although I enjoyed Medieval Tale in its current edit, had I known such a contentious scene was ever part of the narrative, I doubt I would have read your story. I suspect your decision to write this passage was intended more to shock than titillate, but I have to voice my objection nonetheless. I abhor censorship, and within the law of wherever you reside, you have the right to pen whatever you wish – but depicting the suffering of children or animals is anathema to me, and I suspect to many other GIMPers as well. I don’t have many personal boundaries, but now you know two of them.
 
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(77) Congrats on the new home, Many thanks to Amy for all her hard work!
Now, don't make me change this bookmark again!

Reine Margot Send E-mailemail Monday, 17 February 2014 09:40 PM
I think the comments work nicely, am I right? big grin

Badger Monday, 17 February 2014 10:36 PM
Let's give it a chance. We are a smart bunch. If we want to make a strong point on a post, we should create a new post. If a lesser point, we can post as a "comment" . But since I am "down-screen" with this post, will anyone see it? :)

Reine Margot Send E-mailemail Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:25 AM
I saw it. Another problem with threaded forums is SPAM! We had a forum at Red Feline. I couldn't handle all the spam that kept trying to get in. I had to approve members to stop spammers and suddenly I had ten thousand requests and only two or three were legit. At the end I stopped approving. razz (stick out tongue)
 
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Now to try to catch up on a few posts, which is challenging since they've been coming fast and furious since we opened, so much so that I had Amy double the new forum's capacity this morning. There have been over 90 new posts and follow-ups so far in barely 4 days, something that used to take us weeks with the old forum. Good to see so many new faces here, as well as several returning posters. We're glad to have you here.


PantherCan: Welcome to the forum. I can count on one hand the number of times we've had a new person write an actual review on their very first post. That's a rare accomplishment, and always appreciated.

As I've gotten older, my tastes are becoming more refined and the rape-heavy Shark films from Attackers don't quite ring my bell as much as they used to. Still, a good bondage rape is one of life's simple pleasures, and the fact that both you and Canadian gave Lady Panther 5 a grade of A in your respective reviews tells me this would be a good one to seek out. And you're now a member of our ever-growing Reviewer's Club, with your very own page link to show your friends, family and total strangers: http://ralphus.net/reviews/japan/jap_shark33a.htm

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Bill K asked:

Ralphus, where can I buy or download that GIMP masterpiece movie? (Bloodsucking Freaks)

Practically anywhere online. Amazon has the Director's Cut for 16 bucks here: http://www.amazon.com/Bloodsucking-Freaks-Seamus-OBrien/dp/6304852444. It's essential viewing for any GIMPer, so if you don't already have it in your collection, at least you're doing the right thing and trying to become a better perv and/or sick fuck.



What I'm still waiting for, and it may never happen, is the totally uncut, X-rated version of the film, back when it was called The Incredible Torture Show and featured Sardu getting his dick sucked by the girl on the rack, the crazy dentist getting his dick sucked by the girl after he yanked out all her teeth, and me screwing the girl on the guillotine before she gets her head cut off. I've had it confirmed by at least a couple of people that such a version did indeed exist back when the film played in New York City in the mid-1970s. Yes, the version we all know and love is actually an edited, censored copy that Troma released on video years afterward. For all we know, the footage may be in a vault somewhere, or it may be lost forever. But it's my Holy Grail.

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Candle Boxxx: What a pleasure to see you here! As I mentioned before, I'm a big fan. I think you're one of the cutest bondage models working today, and I'm stoked that you're working with Rick Masters for ZFX. And maybe again with another film in August! Oh yeah. I hope he tortures you good.

And the more I know about you, the more I like you. As Rick mentioned, I'm a huge fun of Let's Go Play at the Adams'...it's my all-time favorite book, and by far the BEST book ever written about bondage. It's a cult favorite, but not widely known and awfully hard to find because it's been out of print for years. I located a hardback copy years ago via a book-finding service after my then-girlfriend told me about it. They found a copy in Schenectady, New York and I paid $23 for it back in the late 1980s. I did a search on Amazon and you can buy one for around $150 today. Still, in my opinion, it's priceless. The travails of Barbara the babysitter are forever burned in my mind. There's no doubt the author Mendal Johnson (who wrote only the one book before sadly passing away) was definitely "one of us".


Pippin Send E-mailemail Monday, 17 February 2014 07:56 PM
If i might ask, what is in the 'director's cut' of bloodsucking freaks? I have a version of it, but would love some more gore and debasement if there is available.

titan68mc Send E-mailemail Monday, 17 February 2014 08:01 PM
I was able to get a pdf version of this book sometime back you can download it here:
[www.dropbox.com]

Dan Hawke Send E-mailemail Tuesday, 18 February 2014 11:22 AM
Titan68mc:

Thanx for the link.

I will see if this book is as GIMPly wonderful as 'Torture Tomb', a book Amy herself has commented on.

Candle Send E-mailemail Tuesday, 18 February 2014 12:06 PM
Hi Ralphus,

That is the version of the book I have, although I did lend it out to another model. Maybe it is time to get that back and store it and the Anarchist Cookbook in a special humidity controlled area. :)
It seems unlikely that the Kindle will make an online version of it.
The irony is that the kids I was a nanny for are asking me about fetish and kink.
Time to get worried.
 
75) A Canadian 
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Gog: I skipped past your Lost in Translation clip the other day and have just now discovered it was directed at me.

That is a great scene, though, and a great movie. I wish I had done something like visiting Japan during our unexpected break. Instead, I slugged it out in an unusually cold winter.
 
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Great site. Good work.
 
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Awesome! Good work all! Looking sharp...
 
72) Andy 
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I do like this new forum.
 
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salve
 
70) Covers 
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(70) This artist could really draw women.

Action For Men June 1959.
 
69) Osouk 
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(69) Congratulations to Amy and Ralphus - it's great to see the site up and running again. Your efforts are much appreciated, and the new posting facilities are excellent.

I'm glad to see you haven't lost your sadistic edge by telling Eda she still needs to add paragraph tags to her stories! lol

By way of testing the new picture upload, here's the cover of a men's magazine I came across recently. This particular magazine had a big impact on me. I bought it in a small newsagents when I was a teenager when you could get magazines like this freely (which is more years ago than I care to remember). It contained a story about a girl being arrested in a South American country, which isn't even mentioned on the cover. She wasn't actually tortured, annoyingly being saved by the hero in the nick of time, but she was treated badly and there were descriptions of what was going to be done to her.

I think this set me on the road to my love of interrogation stories, and made such an impression that to this day I can quote passages from it. Considering I can barely remember my name these days that's quite something.

I would love to read this again - do any of the very clever gimpers on this site know where I might be able to get a transacription of the contents?
 
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(68) Just testing the new picture upload feature :)
 
67) Rick 
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@Candle, Thanks for stopping by! You are an amazing performer, don't listen to these knuckleheads. lol

BTW, I know for a fact the moderator of this site is a big fan of that book. I'm sure he will be excited to hear you like it. wink

I am looking forward to working with you again, I felt you were very inspiring to say the least. Thanks for doing such a fantastic job on this movie. big grin

God, I love emoticons!

Rick
 
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