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3725) Arcas 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 12:02 PM Permalink


Ah! Finally found one scene of Penny in the pit... though like most of the scene it tends to just tease you as to the full extent of the peril, which honestly was a bit ill-defined... but sexy as hell all the same :)

 
3724) MAV 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 11:51 AM Permalink


Response to the GIMP poll question:

I had to look through my AOH torture database, but on the short side I'll say Olga Kurylenko's nude AOH whipping in Hitman which is almost blink and you miss it:

[www.cutscenes.net]

For the longest, I'd have to say it's a tie between Peta Wilson's AOH torture scene in La Femme Nikita:



and Tabrett Bethell's AOH torture scene in Legend of the Seeker:



All scenes involve AOH, skimpy or no clothing, and brutal torture >:)
 
3723) Arcas 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 11:46 AM Permalink


Regarding the poll question, there are certainly a number of previously mentioned scenes that come up near the top of my list. But as for me and my personal tastes, I'd have to say that the short torture/snuff videos from "Videodrome" win out the number one slot. Maybe it's because they were so hard to see in detail... but implied so much more. In retrospect they feel like Insex, just gone totally off the hook.

When the full, unprocessed footage was finally released as a DVD extra, I was surprised at how stilted and underwhelming it was. I think the short videofeed tease factor let the imagination fill in the rest with spectacular results.





While I can't find any good caps of the scene, another short one that teased the hell outta me was Penny (Ellen Barkin) in The Pit from "Buckaroo Banzai".



I'm sure there's a dozen other scenes that I once obsessed on that I just can't muster to memory at the moment...
 
3722) MAV 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 11:27 AM Permalink


@DrYuya: I think you are referring to ZDAD81 which has this whipping scene:



The outfit and the not stretched AOH in the preview clip don't do it for me. A recent GIGA release TGGP-61 shows a better AOH stretched whipping scene and what looks to be a Lethal-Weapon-like AOH electro scene, although the heroine is clothed. I think this one will be better!

 
3721) Covers 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 10:02 AM Permalink


(3721) Today, the actual published cover from Man's Adventure Jan 1965. See how much better it looks with a shitload of text over that boring background foliage! smile
 
3720) A Canadian 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 09:48 AM Permalink


(3720) The poll question: This is an odd one. I can't say I normally think of my mainstream GIMP scenes this way.

I suppose my definition of "short" (regardless of how long the scene actually ran) would be the ones that shoulda run longer. Two examples come to mind:

  • Gerie Bronson's rape scene in The Abductors. It's a great scene. But just as it really gets rolling, it suddenly ends. It should have been longer.

  • The "derelict casino" scene in A Clockwork Orange. Another great scene. But Alex and his droogs broke things up a little too soon.

The part about the longer scene is more challenging.

One example that comes to mind is the gang rape scene in Because of the Cats ([www.youtube.com]). I can't say it was overly long but it was longer than normal for this type of scene.
 
3719) Greg 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 07:08 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Cool idea and an easy one for me. Two of what would have to rate as my own favourite scenes of all time are, boringly enough old fashioned whipping scenes. The first is Land of the Pharaohs' which is at best some 6 seconds of cinematic history and the other, is the whipping scene from Angelique and the king, where the slave girl is whipped and lasts a nominal 10 seconds split. What a shitty hand history dealt us with those two beauties.



I do, luckily, have some mouth watering stills of the Angelique scene, which only goes to show that tantalizingly there was more shot but ended up on the cutting room floor. Or perhaps more realistically in the censor man's own little film store...bastard!! Those are the shortest and IMO the best.

http://ralphus.net/database/azwhip/angeliqueandtheking.html

The longest wall to wall gimp for brutality, reality and sheer bloody, mind blowing, gimpery has to be Malficarum and I honestly cannot see anyone beating that little beauty. How pleased I am to have lived in the generation that saw the first moon landing and that peach of a movie...now where is my calculator for the antibot test?
 
3718) Matt 
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Sunday, 12 October 2014 02:47 AM Permalink


Lisa Eichhorn's in Opposing Force; Leslie Stefanson in General's Daughter, and of course, Lana Clarkson's in both Barbarian Queen movies.
 
3717) Badger 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 09:21 PM Permalink


My best long scene is a tie between Corinne Clery in Hitchhike and Susan George in Straw Dogs. I know, both edge on being consensual, but never quite flip over. As for a short scene, I sure would have liked to see a bit more of Naomi Rapace in ...Dragon Tattoo.41
 
3716) Daniel 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 09:01 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


"The Bohemian Girl"
 
3715) online_ratt 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 08:31 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


(3715) [Picture unrelated, but it's always been a favorite -- I love the guy's intent stare.]

Great poll question. A few movies leap to mind for me.

A Clockwork Orange -- enough has already been said about this classic. smile

Strange Days -- not much is shown, but the chase, electroshock, and concept of the woman experiencing the rapists thrill as he raped and tortured her always did something for me.

The Evil Dead tree scene was one of my early discoveries and remains a great one. As a teenager, I'd have put up a poster of it. The Entity is another -- though I found the book more powerful, the movie was still pretty great.

The Accused did way more for me that it should have, given the main point of the movie.

I Spit on Your Grave didn't do too much for me (strangely) but the second one certainly did.

The General's Daughter -- just short intercuts, sadly, but a few powerful scenes.

Happy memories. I'll add more if they come to me.

o/r
 
3714) Covers 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 05:21 PM Permalink


(3714) MAM cover of the Day is Man's Adventure Jan 1965- original painting by Vic Prezio
 
3713) Bill K. 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 02:53 PM Permalink


Today's picture reminded me of my favorite shortest scene was for the poll and that was burning scene in "Don't go into the House" Bill K.
 
3712) Bronx_Warrior 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 12:43 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Hi Ralphus: My poll choice -
GIMP poll:
What is/are the shortest and/or longest mainstream movie GIMP scene(s) that managed to turn you on?

Longest: Debbie D in "Black Ribbon" [I guess more than 20 mins]



Shortest: Uschi Digart in "Poor Cecily [less than 20 seconds]


 
3711) Dr Yuya 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 10:46 AM Permalink


New Zen Pictures offering from Kanzo Matsuura in my homepage link. Not sure about the company anymore, even with its best director at the helm, but it looks to contain a fairly decent whipping scene. Due to my reservations in regards to Zen productions lately I'm curious if anyone else has seen it and what they think about it?
 
3710) Obiwan 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 04:29 AM Permalink


I'm sure this has been posted here before, but there's news that they are remaking I Spit on Your Grave the 3rd time.

[www.dreadcentral.com]

And it doesn't really seem to be that promising, in fact it seems like a totally different film meant for a quick cash grab using the franchise name.

As far as most people here are concerned, the only point to this series is to show a long graphic gangrape scene, and a 3rd film with the same premise would have been perfect.

I think the 1st one was the meanest and most violent, the 2nd one in 2010 had the most gorgeous girl and setup, unfortunately they cut out a lot of the rape.
 
3709) carlos66 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 04:11 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


I like gimp theme
 
3708) JD 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 03:28 AM Permalink


An interesting question here ... what is a mainstream movie? I'd say at first it should be a movie that ran at least once in the cinema halls but then, there is a large stream of movies direct-to-video. Maybe a better criterion would be the structure (like at least 1 hour and a half long, articulate narative and plot development and some more or less climatic finish) but's that's rather hard to quantify. After all considerations, I gotta be with judge Stewart when saying 'I know it when I see it'.

My personal longest sequence would be the dungoen scene from Poor Cecily (a mainstream movie only after cutting the scenes of interest is still a mainstream movie as a whole?). As for the shortest that would be the dangling upside down of Lucy Liu in Blood Hunter.
 
3707) Bill K. 
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Saturday, 11 October 2014 12:55 AM Permalink


(3707) Maleficarum is considered a mainstream movie in the poll question, right?

How about a bmovie two grilled gimp blondes for a late night snack? Bill K.
 
3706) Bill K. 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 11:56 PM Permalink


The Cape Fear scene, I would call it "sexual assault" (because that's what lawyers and police would have called it). The scene was to me not erotic at all. Gimp yes, erotic no.

Looking at those pictures Ralphus posted of it, I'm glad I never saw that movie. Mutilation scenes, even with complete nudity are not my thing. Then the punching the face (not shown) Ugh. Why would of it matter if he did rape her after beating her to death? You can't rape a dead woman. Enough said.

I'll have to think a while on the poll question for the shortest but the longest should come to no one's surprise is Amy's Bats scene in Maleficarum. Bill K.
 
3705) Arcas 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 10:45 PM Permalink


MADBOB: Congrats and welcome to the club, bud! It's been so cool watching you develop your art over the past few years so your Notable Guest addition is an honor well-earned. So... do we get a new celebratory image from ya? Hmmm??!

RALPHUS: Rashomon! You haven't seen it??! It's a cinema classic that has been... er..."homaged" many, MANY times since. Not what I'd call a prime GIMP film, but a landmark piece of cinema, for sure.
 
3704) Covers 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 10:29 PM Permalink


(3704) Sorry about missing a couple MAM covers of the day, but that will just make the current batch last longer.

Today's cover is from Man's Adventure Jan 1963
 
3703) Ralphus 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 09:48 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Fritz: You have a hard time admitting defeat, don't you? In my shot by shot vidcaps from Cape Fear, can you pick out the cap that shows where the rape scene occurs? Can you? No, you can't, because guess what? There ain't any rape in that movie! Instead, you have a prelude to a rape, which is NOT the same thing. Yeah, critics and fans may refer to it as a rape scene, but the scene they were all shocked by was the biting scene, which, I'll admit, was hard to watch. But it's still not rape.

You wrote:

I don't know what you are looking for (full penetration?) but given your strict interpretation of what consitutes a rape scene, you'd have to discount hundreds of other examples – including Rashômon and one of your all-time faves, A Clockwork Orange.

First off, I've never seen Rashômon. But in the case of the Adrienne Corri scene in A Clockwork Orange, most of it is a lot of foreplay. But the final shot, pictured below, makes it officially rape. She's clearly shown being ravaged by Alex.



As far as what I consider constitutes a rape, you don't need full intercourse, but you've gotta have something there. Even a prelude where you see her about to get the treatment before penetration is something. Maybe some unpeeling of the clothes to expose the breasts. The guy climbing on top of her. I think we all know what a real rape scene looks like. But in the case of Cape Fear, there's literally nothing there.

Let's make your poll question official to get the place talking.

GIMP POLL:
What is/are the shortest and/or longest mainstream movie GIMP scene(s) that managed to turn you on?

Tough call for me, since I don't really think of scenes as far as their actual time length, but there's a really good scene in the movie The House of the Spirits (and I'm not referring to the torture scene with Winona Ryder). There's another scene where this busty chick is walking down the road and Jeremy Irons, on horseback, notices her and decides to go after her. She sees him and starts to run, but he swoops down, grabs her and throws her on the ground. He quickly pulls down her top and goes to work on her. Very quick scene, maybe one minute tops, but I always thought it was hot. Anybody remember this?

 
3702) Fritz 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 08:27 PM Permalink


Regarding my previous post, in A Clockwork Orange, I am referring to the scene with Adrienne Corri of course, arguably the best in the film. Some of the others probably would meet Ralphus's criteria as they are more explicit (but less enjoyable).
 
3701) Ralphus 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 08:20 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


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Pedro: This former director and current screenwriter is one half of the famed "Pedro and Pablo" team that created Mood Pictures and ElitePain, the Hungarian companies that feature brutal (and real) corporal punishment videos.

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A big round of cyber applause, please, for the latest inductees to our site. You've made us a better forum by posting here. Check out my Website link for the latest updated page with bios and photos.
 
3700) Fritz 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 08:16 PM Permalink


Ralphus: Well, you're entitled to your opinion, and the rest of the world is entitled to theirs. When I first saw the movie, I didn't need subtitles to know I was watching a rape scene. Besides, why do we have to know it's a rape when it happens? Even if it isn't 100% confirmed until later, it still is a brutal GIMP scene, and as Max Cady is known to be a rapist at this point, I think the sexual element is pretty obvious. I don't know what you are looking for (full penetration?) but given your strict interpretation of what consitutes a rape scene, you'd have to discount hundreds of other examples – including Rashômon and one of your all-time faves, A Clockwork Orange.

As for your challenge to “name even one scene in any of (Scorsese's) movies that would be considered of interest for what we talk about here”, you've refuted your own point with those excellent screen caps of yours. Granted, the scene in question is short, but given what is shown (and heard), it certainly qualifies as fodder for this board – something demonstrated by these very posts (which would otherwise be considered off topic).

On a related note, this discussion of a very brief but powerful GIMP scene made me think of similar short but exciting moments in mainstream cinema. I agree that what we see in Cape Fear is nasty and may not arouse all GIMPers, but tastes vary. Still, I would be interested in knowing what short (and perhaps long) peril sequences are out there. So I'll submit a request for a poll question… “What is/are the shortest and/or longest mainstream movie GIMP scene(s) that managed to turn you on?” Any interest?
 
3699) Bronx_Warrior 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 01:01 PM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Naked Breasts and Leather Straps

T: Thanks. Really an amazing snap.Thanks for sharing nice pic.

Today I got another movie "Machined Reborn" Again there is nothing to see in this movie except this short scene. Film makers are relying on inserting crazy BDSM scenes to get their money back at least...good sign for us wink



 
3698) Ralphus 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 11:27 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


THE CAPE FEAR "RAPE" SCENE, SHOT BY SHOT


37:33 Starts off as consensual sex between Max Cady (Robert DeNiro) and Lori Davis (Illeana Douglas)



38:08 DeNiro pulls out handcuffs, locks them on a giggling Douglas



38:33 DeNiro physically flips Douglas over to the side...



38:36 ...and takes a bite of her face



38:40 Douglas screams with a bloody bite mark on the side of her face



38:44 DeNiro spits the blood off his face, and swings his fist toward the camera



38:46 Long shot of DeNiro in silhouette, swinging his fist and heard punching Douglas 4 times. Cut to a new scene.



39:27 Nick Nolte takes a phone call, tells wife, "Cady raped another girl."


Once again, I contend there was NO rape depicted in the movie. The scene is disturbing, to be sure, for the sudden bloody violence toward an innocent woman, but where's the "rape"? All we saw was a particularly graphic face-biting, followed by an implied beating, in which no blow is shown striking Douglas at all. How do we know it's a rape scene? We wouldn't at all, if not for Nolte's line of dialogue that Cady had raped someone. You might as well change the line to "Cady beat up a girl" because that's all we saw. There was no clothing removed, no intercourse, no reaction shot of the victim being violated, no nothing. Why? Because there was no rape scene. At all. Period.
 
3697) Fritz 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 06:48 AM Permalink


Ralphus: Sorry man, but “silly cat” isn't letting you off the hook on this one. Regardless of whether I'm trying to make it seem better than it is, and regardless of what is depicted, it seems everyone (except you) who has seen Cape Fear will call De Niro's attack on Illeana Douglas a rape scene. Some quotes (click the numbers for references)…

1. Particular criticism fell on Cape Fear for its near-paedophilic seduction of Juliette Lewis by De Niro, and for a cheek-tearing rape scene.

2. What was the most graphic rape scene you have ever seen? – either robert deniro in cape fear
the rape scene in caos
(sic) or in the last house on the left:(

3. (the rape scene is unbelievably shocking, while the alley attack and conclusive scenes act as true jaw droppers).

4. The film caused a lot of controversy because of the verbal seduction scene in the school with Robert De Niro and Juliette Lewis, and of course that rape scene.

5. There's a brutal rape scene that's enough to make the skin crawl.

Of course there are dozens, probably hundreds of other such quotes by critics, pop culture pundits and casual viewers, perhaps even some GIMPers, all over the 'net. Virtually every link to a clip of that scene calls it a rape. Yet you insist that you “can't even think of a rape scene in any of (Scorsese's) films”. Just because you say it ain't so, Booboo, doesn't mean it ain't so. It may be just one instance, but I submit for your consideration that Martin Scorsese has indeed filmed a rape scene – and in so doing is, along with Kubrick, Kurosawa, Bergman and others, a worthy member of the Great Directors GIMP Association.
 
3696) Ralphus 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 02:09 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Joe Neil: No, it's not on topic because it's a GUY tied up. Since when does this board talk about men in bondage? Next time somebody does that, their post goes bye-bye.
 
3695) Ralphus 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 02:02 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Fritz wrote:

C'mon... fess up... you forgot about it

I didn't forget about it, you silly cat. You're just trying to make it sound a lot better than it is. And there's no rape depicted in the movie; it's only mentioned afterward. And okay, I think Jessica Lange is handcuffed at the end, but again, not a good scene for GIMPers. Helluva movie, though. I said it then and I say it now, DeNiro's character was a lot scarier than Anthony Hopkins' character was in Silence of the Lambs, and yet who walked away with the Oscar? That was just wrong.

Our latest class of Notable Guests will be inducted Friday, which is later on today. Everybody make sure you tune in to see who made the list.
 
3694) Joe Neil 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 01:54 AM Permalink



Ralphus wrote:

…can you name even one scene in any of his movies that would be considered of interest for what we talk about here? Nope? Neither can I. In fact, I can't even think of a rape scene in any of his films…


I will say no more on the off topic Scorsese opinions but yes, can I name a scene that intersects with the overall intention of the board? Yes, I think I can.

Before Rupert Pupkin leaves to see Jerry Langford's producer, he duct tapes Langford from ankles to neck.Then he leaves the leering Masha alone with him and the ensuing scene is fraught with sexual tension as any BDSM ever produced. Excerpted is a critical description...

Pupkin wants to be the 1%. Masha wants to fuck the 1%. With Jerry Langford tied up in her townhouse and Pumpkin at the studios, she gets her opportunity. She sexually assaults Jerry Langford. There’s really no other word for it. Reverse the genders, and you open up a whole new can of worms, but, here, it says something very important about the cult of celebrity. Masha is basically a Maenad, a shrill, Jewish New York Maenad but a Maenad nonetheless. Jerry Langford’s initial terror in the limousine comes from the way that, deep down inside, he knows that the media star is also a sacrifice. Dionysus will be ripped apart. The peons will kill their idols. Scorsese’s genius is how well he understands the capitalist response. Someday in the future, everybody will be famous for 15 minutes. Jerry Langford escapes when Masha unties him so she can fuck him. But he’s been replaced. Pupkin is the new Jerry Langford, the new King of Comedy."




Clips from the start of the scene...watch it on you tube and THEN tell me it's off topic...that's it for me on this topic however.
 
3693) Fritz 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 01:46 AM Permalink


Not really? She's cuffed, beaten, raped and bitten. Okay, it may not be exactly pleasant (since when is that a GIMP criterion?), nor is it drawn out... but it sure sounds like a girl in merciless peril to me. C'mon... fess up... you forgot about it smile .
 
3692) Ralphus 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 01:14 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


Fritz wrote:

You obviously haven't seen Cape Fear. Illeana Douglas's encounter with Robert De Niro is about as GIMPy as it gets.

Well, not really. Technically, she was shown handcuffed for about 5 seconds, but it's a particularly nasty scene, and not enjoyable in the least. I can't imagine anyone getting a stiffie over seeing a woman get her face bit off. Unless that person is the same type who would order a custom video where a woman gets disemboweled.

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Megan: I'm not gonna yell at you. My idea of foreplay is a bit different. Quick guys, grab her before she heads to the lurking closet again. Got her? Okay, now where's my stun gun?
 
3691) Fritz 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 12:58 AM Permalink


Ralphus: After re-reading your last post, I noticed you said that you have seen Cape Fear and that you loved it. How the sam hill could you forget the scene I mentioned below? And I thought my memory was getting bad.

No wonder Scorsese gets short shrift all the time.

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Megan: I agree with you about Jackson Pollock. But I'll yell at you anyway, because around here that's foreplay.
 
3690) T 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 12:53 AM Send E-mailEMAIL Permalink


(3690) Hi all,

I may have screwed up the victim identification of that scene, but in penance I offer Genevieve Padalecki in Supernatural. (Season 4, Episode 10)


I'll keep my big mouth shut from now on, but do keep the strap scenes coming.
 
3689) Megan 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 12:48 AM Permalink


Why didn't anyone want to yell at me about Jackson Pollock?

This why I lurk. Two vague messages in and I'm the reason why critics writing more than a decade before I was born didn't give Bobby D's performance its due.

Sorry! Didn't mean to sink the forum with my lead-weighted Eda-Arcas acclaim. Carry on, gentlemen. razz (stick out tongue)
 
3688) Fritz 
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Friday, 10 October 2014 12:36 AM Permalink


Ralphus wrote:

…can you name even one scene in any of his movies that would be considered of interest for what we talk about here? Nope? Neither can I. In fact, I can't even think of a rape scene in any of his films…

You obviously haven't seen Cape Fear. Illeana Douglas's encounter with Robert De Niro is about as GIMPy as it gets.
 
3687) Ralphus 
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(3687) Fear Dot Com: Brian's Page has the strapped in, topless girl listed as Isabelle Van Waes. The IMDB lists her only as "Victim". Here's her picture. You make the call.

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Joe Neil wrote:

I'd would really love to read your explanation of Scorsese's stubbornness, persistence and deeply characteristic directorship of The King of Comedy.

Yeah, well maybe she can send you an e-mail about it because we're starting to get off-topic here. Like Fritz, I'm a big fan of Scorsese's work; I love Taxi Driver, The King of Comedy, Cape Fear, even Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, but for such a versatile director, can you name even one scene in any of his movies that would be considered of interest for what we talk about here? Nope? Neither can I. In fact, I can't even think of a rape scene in any of his films. Ha! And they call him a "great director". Hell, even my first 2 movies had tied-up women in them. I'm better than Martin Fucking Scorsese!
 
3686) Joe Neil 
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Thursday, 9 October 2014 10:39 PM Permalink


That we notice certain persistences in the way artists see and create does not diminish the distinct accomplishments of each creation. Or at least it shouldn't--that's the belief, anyway, that pushed my (persistent?) lurk into prose last night. It's possible to be diverse and capacious as an artist while, at the same time, recognizing that "it's in the way that you use it," one can be stubborn, persistent, and deeply characteristic, too.

All I notice is a bias you have, whether subconscious or intentional, in regards Scorsese's body of work. I take it you agree with the Oscar for best film that year WAS Network and that Taxi Driver's Travis Bickle was nothing more than a warmed over Johnny Boy characterization. It was a terrible bias then, and it seems it still persists.

I'd would really love to read your explanation of Scorsese's stubbornness, persistence and deeply characteristic directorship of The King of Comedy. I just cannot wait to read how you will tie in the Jerry Langford total duct tape job while being sexually taunted by Sarah Bernhardt to the hotel room scene with DeNiro and Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver.

Of course, I'm making a rather large presumption that you HAVE seen one of the greatest dark comedies in cinema history, a work so sublime that the major critics actually stumbled over themselves to pan DeNiro's monologue at the end as "lousy"comedy. Ken Kesey could have written another seminal work called "One Flew Over All Their Heads" after THAT piece of work was released.
 
3685) Megan 
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@Fritz: I'll let the highly characteristic soundtrack to The Color of Money (my favorite Marty flick) refine my argument: "It's in the way that you use it." Yes, Mean Streets is a long way from Hugo is a long way from The Last Temptation of Christ, except that it isn't.

"Pool excellence is not about excellent pool," Fast Eddie Felson reminds us, and truer words have never been spoken about any well-stroked fetish--be it nine-ball, explosively irreverant visual energy in filmmaking, or Eda's smart-assed, hard-boiled realists who ride plot twists and torture racks until the break rolls their way--or not.

That we notice certain persistences in the way artists see and create does not diminish the distinct accomplishments of each creation. Or at least it shouldn't--that's the belief, anyway, that pushed my (persistent?) lurk into prose last night. It's possible to be diverse and capacious as an artist while, at the same time, recognizing that "it's in the way that you use it," one can be stubborn, persistent, and deeply characteristic, too.

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@Joanna: truer words regarding purposeful straps, frames, and other tools of the craft have never been spoken!
 
3684) Fritz 
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Ralphus: I liked Eda's story too. But that doesn't mean I disagree with every negative comment made about it. Like you said, Daniel may well have a point – I'd just like to understand what it is.

As for what's under the lid, I guess that's one way to put those dungeon leftovers to good use. You sick little man you.
 
3683) Bronx_Warrior 
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Thanks Bill:
The movie Fear.com is totally a scrap except the torture chamber scene to like. I wonder why the film makers didn't think to extend these scenes (they might have noticed the film will hit box office fail after seeing final preview) - re-shoot these scenes to allure SM fans at least. If I am there, I would re-shoot these scenes with big busted known beauties to hit at least some good rating from SM fans. big grin The same formula legendary director Lee-Frost did it for his film "Poor Cecily"- the 20 min dungeon scene is so popular even after the 40 years the film is released.



 
3682) T 
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(3682) Bronx_Warrior,


That's Amelia Curtis in FearDotCom.


Is there any uncut scene (pulling out nipples from the straps?).


Yes, about an hour and 28 mins in. Although it only lasts a second, and it's possibly a body double.


Also I am confused the girls in these snaps are all same or different?

That's Ms. Curtis in all those pics.

A different actress is also tortured on that slab, often seen in flashbacks(then her ghost haunts the internet) but you don't see very much of her.


?These scenes in web version of the movie are dark (filmed in low light??) can't tell who are they!

One of the biggest complaints about this movie is that it's almost entirely shot in this manner.


Hope this helps.
 
3681) Bill 
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Bronx_Warrior.I think your screen caps are from a movie called Fear.com.
 
3680) Joanna 
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I love straps: anyone who uses a specially built restraining table or frame does enough torture to need one; they'e professionals.
 
3679) Bronx_Warrior 
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Naked Breasts and Leather Straps
T: Thanks.. perfect scan...

(7) Unknown actress?? from "feardotcom"

Yes.. this is the perfect movie I am talking about the topic "Bare Breasts and Leather Straps" .. first I thought this is a horror movie but the snaps of naked breasts strapped over nipples forced me to watch entire movie.. but I couldn't find these snaps in the on-line movie versions. Is there any uncut scene (pulling out nipples from the straps?). Also I am confused the girls in these snaps are all same or different??These scenes in web version of the movie are dark (filmed in low light??) can't tell who are they! I hope somebody could help me here...





 
3678) Bill K. 
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I like Eda's and Arcas' Cassie Blaine story very much. Other then mutilation part which is not my thing, the tortures, especially electro shock, of Cassie were very erotically written.

I look forward to more Eda and Arcas picture stories hopefully in the near future. Bill K.
 
3677) Arcas 
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Hey folks, I'm still alive… or at least a I'm a reasonably eloquent zombie. I just wanted to give a shout out to Eda for her fine work on that Cassie Blaine story. I tried to give her as much maneuver room as possible with the character and I thought she did a great job walking that tightrope of "working with someone else's character" while trying to deliver the kind of punchy Eda Chang story that've all come to expect. She had the added challenge of making something that worked around my pre-existing illustrations, so her story crafting was really put to the test.

Anyway, if you're a fan of secret agent peril, you MUST check it out! [ralphus.net]

I've had a low profile in regards to "genre work" lately as my other professional commitments have been demanding my time. But I still stop by each day to read. I'll try to be a little more participatory, even if I don't have any new art works to share.
 
3676) Ralphus 
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Fritz wrote:

As for Daniel, how can you write he has a point if you didn't understand his comment?

I understood his comment was somewhat negative, and so could everyone else. That's why Megan posted, why I posted, why you posted, to give an alternate opinion. Not that hard to figure out.

And then you say you don't agree with it?

Nope, I don't agree with it. I liked Eda's story.

What are you smokin'?

What am I smoking? You really want to take a look? Okay, go ahead and lift the lid.



Mmmmm...TASTY! Help yourselves, guys! You want a leg or a breast? And someone get me a martini. Very...dry.
 
3675) jerseydevil 
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Thursday, 9 October 2014 07:43 AM Permalink


wondering if you are going to be bring back snidely whiplash.
 
3674) Quoom 
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(3674) @Bill K: it is not a new story, but belongs to the final of a very long one.

@Ralphus: indeed, I had the Witchfinder General' in mind while doing this scene.
 
3673) Fritz 
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Ralphus wrote:

I'm not sure why you're going after Megan after the excellent post she made.

Going after Megan? Far from it. In fact, I wrote how impressed I was with her post, so don't make me out to be such a scold. Still, I stand by my statement that Mr. Scorsese did not make “the same movies”. Quite the opposite in fact. And as this director is one of my heroes, I'll nitpick all I want to correct baseless preconceptions like this one. From Megan, lurker or not, I will expect no less than two hours of unconditional GIMP time before I will forgive. So there. THBBFT!

BTW… In the realm of GIMP fiction and art, I don't think Eda's stories nor Arcas's art are all that repetitive either. If you take the time to actually appreciate their work, you'll notice the quality is constant. But the content? Not so much. Eda's latest story and the accompanying Arcas pictures alone demonstrate how diverse their output can be.

As for Daniel, how can you write he has a point if you didn't understand his comment? And then you say you don't agree with it? What are you smokin'? Hell, I may even think he's right if I knew what he was talking about… but really, all I want to know is WHY he thought Eda's story didn't stand up to her previous work. And sorry, “dry” and “indifferent” just don't cut it.

That said, the main point of my last post was to dispute Daniel's claim that his one-word review of “The Drug Cartel War” drew out additional comments about the story. Bullshit. It still hasn't, but it's sure drawing out more comments about his comment.
 
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Normally if I heard about a scene with a good strapping in it, I would think the girl would be getting her ass beaten. Though I am certainly not against that, I see there is some real interest in the right girl being strapped down.


Of course if you wanted to whip her AFTER she was strapped down, I wouldn't mind that at all. She might, but I would not.



 
3671) BP 
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(3671) Tiger Bench Torture

Anti Bot Test my butt. I hated math and still do.
 
3670) Ralphus 
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Fritz: I'm not sure why you're going after Megan after the excellent post she made. Yeah, Scorsese has a number of different films in his long, long resume, so it may not be 100% accurate to say he makes the same movies, but we all know what she meant and for the most part, it's true. Scorsese is by and large known for making gangster films. The same way John Ford made Westerns and Hitchcock made suspense films. And for the most part, Eda Chang writes spy stories. Megan made her point, and she did it in an elegant way. She's a self-proclaimed lurker, and we don't need people nitpicking at her to make her reconsider coming out and posting again.

Regarding Daniel's assertion that he managed to get others to post about Eda's story by making his "dry" comment (which I didn't really understand either), I think he has a point. Whether his criticism had any merit...and for the record, I don't agree with it...nonetheless, he provoked others to step up and defend the story. Indeed, Eda's gotten more feedback from this story than most authors get. Sadly, most get none at all. And 4 out 5 positive reviews is a pretty good percentage.

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Quoom wrote:

Something for the BATS-Fans...

That would be me. Great BATS artwork with shades of Witchfinder General, which similarly had a victim tied to a ladder and lowered into the fire, except yours had the benefit of stripping her naked beforehand...nice improvement.




Also I really liked the Tiger Bench artwork from a few days ago. As I mentioned before, that sort of punishment appears to be not very well known and pretty much exclusive to the Chinese, which is why it seems to be hard to find much about it other than the occasional line drawing. I was pleased to see you've done at least 2 such artworks on the subject. I would gladly welcome any more.
 
3669) Fritz 
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Megan: Based on that last post of yours, you should be writing stories as well as reading them. Your prose is impressive indeed. However, I have to take issue with your assertion that Martin Scorsese “makes the same movies”. He may be renowned for his gangster flicks and for his repeated casting of several illustrious thespians, so perhaps there are some kindred films in his body of work. But let's give the man his due… After Hours (comedy), Hugo (period piece), The Aviator (biography), New York, New York (musical), The Last Waltz (documentary), Shutter Island (horror) among others would imply that “Marty” is anything but a one-trick-pony.

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esso: Thanks to you (and Ralphus) for posting “Written with Both Hands” to the fiction section. I'm still catching up on all the stories added recently, but I made this one a priority based on your description. It's a well-written rack scene, and the two-person narration works very well. There's not much plot, but the slow, relentless torture and the pseudo interrogation (which makes it clear from the outset the heroine is doomed) is quite, um… captivating.

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Daniel wrote:

By using the word "dry" I managed to get four folks (1 lurker, 2 regulars and Ralphus) to respond regarding Eda's story and Arcas's illustrations.

Sorry dude, but you're taking far too much credit here. First, Ralphus never mentioned you or your “dry” remark. Second, I'm sure Megan and I would have responded regardless of whether or not you posted. And third, A Canadian was commenting only on your somewhat ambiguous critique; he hasn't even read the story yet.

As for your clairifukayshun… maybe it's just me, but it doesn't help. When I asked for more detail, what I really was hoping for was a sentence or two explaining why you thought the story was “dry” (and now “indifferent”), not more baffling adjectives. Care to expand?
 
3668) Daniel 
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By using the word "dry" I managed to get four folks (1 lurker, 2 regulars and Ralphus) to respond regarding Eda's story and Arcas's illustrations. Unless I missed it, I don't think anyone had responded to it!

This was not my intention, 'dry' just sounded better than indifferent.
 
3667) T 
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(3667) Hi Bronx_Warrior,

In regards to #5...

"Not sure this is from mainstream movie or from porn. But this scene is really a good one."


That's Rebecca Love in The Girl From B.I.K.I.N.I.: [www.imdb.com]

The scene happens toward the end, after one of several random sex scenes. The scenario itself is so ridiculous that it goes right back into being awesome.
 
3666) Bill K. 
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Thank you Quoom for the bats. May I ask is that from a new gimp series at your quoom.com site? Bill K.
 
3665) Bronx_Warrior 
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Naked Breasts and Leather Straps
Thanks JD. That is an awesome scene.
Today I got 3 more movies..

(4) "Night Train to Terror" Three beautiful women in similar kind of molest.




(5) Not sure this is from mainstream movie or from porn. But this scene is really a good one.


(6) A leather strap (cloth) going over her naked breast
 
3664) Quoom 
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(3664) Something for the BATS-Fans...
 
3663) Bill K. 
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(3663) "And what do we do with witches?"
See the bmovie picture above for the answer.

Bmovievillain started his countdown to Halloween 2014: [bmovievillain.deviantart.com], green evil witch never runs out of different ways serve up a gimp for Halloween. Bill K.
 
3662) Covers 
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(3662) MAM of the Day is from Man's Adventure Jan 1959 V2 #1/.
 
3661) A Canadian 
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Fritz wrote:

Daniel: I'd like to disagree with your assessment that “The Drug Cartel War” is “dry” compared to previous Eda stories, but I have no idea what you mean by this.

Yeah, that one puzzled me, too.

I had wondered if it was some sort of coy reference to something in the story (which I obviously haven't read yet). But I guess not.
 
3660) JD 
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(3660) Romina Mondello in Wax Mask.

Videoclip here.

Romina Mondello-The Wax Mask 800-500 from radstop on Vimeo

 
3659) Bronx_Warrior 
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Naked Breasts and Leather Straps
Some days back I posted some mainstream movies with bondage nudity on table (Debbie D etc...) Accidentally (luckily I say) got some mainstream movies with actress nude and leather strapped on different subjects. If anyone has seen similar scenes in mainstream, please share.

(1) My first search resulted this beauty Keesha Smith from the movie "Fear Chamber". Unluckily no full nude only topless and scene is short. I read articles taking only about this Big Brother beauty nude scene.



(2) I started searching more scenes after seeing this bare breasted but nipples covered by leather straps. I like leather strapped in bondage are going over bare breasts. This scene is from the movie "Evil Aliens" and the actress is Emily Booth.



(3)
A bit old movie but still worth "Death Sport" scene played by Claudia Jennings. How many modern movies (from year 2000) released has this scene?
 
3658) JD 
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@Megan: Spelunking the Plato's cave... that gotta be the best figure of speech I've encounter this year! *tip of my hat*

Can't help but be amazed by the level of eloquence in this particular group ... words from the edge of dictionaries flow with ease ... there's a general feeling for me that everyone around here has at least a minor in English ... maybe it's a natural propensity in people with our unusual interests to get higher on the literacy level? Something like being Jewish is more likely to make a good comedian than not?
Someone correct me when I misused the literacy term to address a numerical issue as being numeracy. 99.9% of the general population wouldn't be able to make the distinction.
Just thinking aloud, please ignore me. smile

@esso: Indeed, a good story. Thanks.
 
3657) esso 
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Thanks to Ralphus spending much time editing (I've spent the past few hours painstakingly editing the story, fixing spelling and grammar goofs. It's a good story, so it was worth it.) "Written With Both Hands" is now up in the story section. If Ralphus thinks spending hours painstakingly editing the story was worth it, you will probably find spending a fraction of that time reading it worth it as well.

The story is told from the POV of the torturer and the lovely princess who is tortured with knives and hot irons while stretched beyond her limits on the rack. I found the latter's description of her fear, horror, pain and eventual surrender particularly affecting. This story was brought to mind by the recent discussion of clothed or naked on the rack. The princess is wearing a silk dress when her interrogation starts. By the time the torturer is done with her there almost nothing left, the silk having been mostly burned away by repeated applications of a branding iron. Best of both worlds.

Here's the direct link: http://ralphus.net/special/stories/moreauthors/writtenwithbothhands.htm
 
3656) Megan 
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Not enough cheer for the new Eda-Arcas joint? Let me add mine as an enthusiastic fan of both!

Fine, okay, I confess a correction: I am a silent, lurking fan of both. And I am hardly alone. The silent lurk is our interest's default posture, for obvious, practical reasons. It's certainly the reason I haven't offered the praise or encouragement I owe until now, and I blame it for the tumbleweeds roaming what should be crowded cyberspace--a forum deafening with applause.

Or it could must be a case of our fetishes behaving like fetishes. They work and overwork well-worn grooves. They indulge and obsesses. They trip on hair triggers of impossibly unique specificity. We all have a "type," and we all work it relentlessly. We have no other way of discovering it or understanding it. We have no better way of knowing ourselves.

So Eda writes the same story. Arcas renders the same models in the same predicaments. (And Star Trek!) Marty Scorsese makes the same movies, Jimi slings the same licks, and every Jackson Pollock canvas looks the same. Every story, every render pushes the light a few feet closer to whatever lurks in the Eda-Arcas Platonic cave. (Which is absolutely my idea of a spelunking adventure. I'll be waiting with metaphorical rope, crampons, and miner's helmet on for the next descent.)

Writing as someone who seems always to find her kink's g-spot expertly maneuvered by whatever Eda and Arcas share, "dry" is the very, VERY last word that comes to mind when thinking about their latest cooperative effort.
 
3655) Ralphus 
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Apologies for repeating an image in the most recent Amazones series...it must be so if 3 people have pointed it out. Easy mistake to make, and as Fritz pointed out, they all sort of looked similar. At any rate, since they were all sequential, it shouldn't have been that hard to figure out the final number for the missing page.

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The Eda-Arcas story: I finished it tonight, and like most of Eda's works, I enjoyed it. She's set the bar pretty high in her writing career, so while it may not be her best work, she still knows how to deliver the goods. I would recommend it.

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Coming up this weekend we'll have our latest class of "Notable Guests" inducted onto the site, adding to our list of bondage producers, performers and artists who have stopped by and posted to our forum, mostly in the past year. Who will be added to this year's class? Tune in later in the week to find out!
 
3654) Fritz 
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Like Ralphus, I'm surprised by the lack of response to an Eda Chang story which is based on and features links to seven Arcas pictures. Granted, I am only posting now, but I deliberately waited in hopes of first reading at least a smattering of comments by the many other Eda and Arcas buffs who seem to hang out here. Given the subject matter preferred by these two, not to mention the quality of their work, I expected there'd be more interest, but it looks like GIMP readers have an exceptionally high excitement threshold.

That said, I'll sign in now to recommend this story for anyone who enjoys (or is even slightly curious about) the work of either the writer or the artist or (especially) both. The Arcas renders might be familiar to those who have followed his work over the years – but Eda has done a great job tying together several of his Cassie Blaine pics, as well as a few others, into an engaging story which involves no less than three interrogation scenes. I know from experience how challenging it is to adapt disparate images, so props to Eda for doing such a fine job. And of course, thanks to Arcas for continuing to be so generous with his art, both by keeping it in the public domain and for sharing it here.

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Daniel: I'd like to disagree with your assessment that “The Drug Cartel War” is “dry” compared to previous Eda stories, but I have no idea what you mean by this. Perhaps it was too tame for you, but as I found some scenes to be quite extreme by even my jaded standards, I'm not sure that's your point. Besides, there are almost 50 previous Eda stories, and as someone who has read them all, I can attest they are a varied bunch and hard to universally classify as “less dry” (or “more wet”?) than this one. Just to satisfy my curiosity, could you expand on your comment? I'm sure Eda might appreciate a bit more detail as well.

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esso: I too noticed that Amazones image 5 repeated two days in a row. I managed to get #6 by copying the source location and incrementing the image number by one (Ralphus is sooooo organized). Others may have done the same. Those not following the panels closely – Really? Someone didn't care for these? – probably wouldn't have caught this because they all look similar at first glance.

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Kathyrne: Thanks for that timely werewolf tidbit. I always wondered.
 
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(3653) Hey Y'all.

In honor of October, my favorite month of the year, here is something... um... fun...?
 
3652) JD 
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esso said: Thanks for reposting the final page of Amazones. I asked my tech guy and he said it was possible but given the circumstances highly unlikely that somehow a cached image of the previous day's image on my computer supplanted the correct image. Did anyone else find image 6 repeating image 5?


Same thing happened to me. Got them right after Ralphus posted the links. I will get my French copy around Thanksgiving, so I will have a better understanding of the storyline.


esso said: Clothed or naked on the rack: I must say that the image of the Countess fully clothed in a ball gown complete with elbow length white gloves was a complete turnoff to me.

It is historically accurate, though. No matter how much depraved we like to think on things like these, nudity was rather rare in the Europe's dungeons. I recommend "Dark Justice: The History of Punishment and Torture" by Karen Farrington for an good account about how they were doing things back then. I recall an episode when they were of a mind to scare a maiden into confession but they could only show her the instruments and not them being used on a fellow convict because it was considered immoral so show a male wearing only his pants, on the rack. That stroke me odd ... they have no qualms on administering debilitating pain to the supposed witch but God forbid to expose her to a topless man. Religion's twisted ways.




esso said: There was a story "Written With Both Hands" featuring a princess tortured on the rack wearing a silk dress. By the time the torturer is done with her there almost nothing left, the silk having been mostly burned away by repeated applications of a branding iron. The story is told from the alternating points of view of the torturer and the princess. It was written by Arachnophage/Marian and I have no idea where on the web it appeared. It is an excellent effort and I will send it to Ralphus for inclusion on the stories site if he wishes.

Can't find it online, can barely wait for Ralphus to add it to the collection.

Thanks a ton. JD
 
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Ralphus: Thanks for reposting the final page of Amazones. I asked my tech guy and he said it was possible but given the circumstances highly unlikely that somehow a cached image of the previous day's image on my computer supplanted the correct image. Did anyone else find image 6 repeating image 5?

Clothed or naked on the rack: I must say that the image of the Countess fully clothed in a ball gown complete with elbow length white gloves was a complete turnoff to me. There was a story "Written With Both Hands" featuring a princess tortured on the rack wearing a silk dress. By the time the torturer is done with her there almost nothing left, the silk having been mostly burned away by repeated applications of a branding iron. The story is told from the alternating points of view of the torturer and the princess. It was written by Arachnophage/Marian and I have no idea where on the web it appeared. It is an excellent effort and I will send it to Ralphus for inclusion on the stories site if he wishes.
 
3650) Dan Hawke 
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(3650) I like her so nice, I added her twice!

~Dan
 
3649) Dan Hawke 
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(3649) Gimpers:

From my latest update. A personal fave, Renee Somewell, enjoying some zappage and vibration at the same time!

~Dan
 
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(3648) Rack the girl clothed? Rack the girl nude? Decisions, decisions!! There is no question that this is a process that requires a slow and steady hand. The best torturers certainly learned to take their time. Why rush a bad thing? Start with her still clothed, whip the flimsy clothes she wears into rags as you make her scream and then move her upon the rack--and by all means take your time! The Chief Torturer didn't likely get to his or her position by racking the most victims. Extra points for creativity!!!
 
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3643) Covers The man was a famous interior decorator before he became a Nazi. Best known for his rearranging of furniture, particularly chairs.

3639) JD In this week in Speed (sort of a Russian lifestyle periodical), a pictorial with Tatiana Zorina in the Museum of the History of corporal punishment in Moscow.

JD, Tatiana looks even better on the rack. It’s a pity she kept her shoes on in some of the shots. But, then again, shoe fetishists have to have their fun too. Some sweat would have also enhanced the effect. Thanks for the pic.
 
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Ralphus and Quoom: Thanks, R, for the tiger's bench photos: it is diabolical in its own gradual way, and displays the subject's soles and other sensitive parts for all sorts of stimulation. Thanks, Q, for pointing this out and illustrating one possibility.

Wouldn't mind seeing a bit more foot torture around these educational parts, and I noticed that the Moscow museum has a formidable boot. The concept of that photo essay is intriguing.

Re: the poll: sweat! Too many MAMs had "her flesh gleaming with a patina of sweat" for a young lad not to make the association.

Fabulous website!

Cheers!
 
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(3645) MAM cover of the day is from Man's Adventure Feb 1959 - Clarence Doore art.
 
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I like the latest MAM cover of the day, because it depicts periodic dousing of the victim with a bucket of water – a classic touch that movies have overlooked. It also shows the perennial problem for artists – how to depict inverted boobs.
 
3643) Covers 
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(3643) MAM cover of the day is from Man's Adventure Dec 1965.
 
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"And of course, how about Penelope Pitstop? That was a show about bondage. She would get tied up in every single show. "HAY-ELP!"

That show made a big impact on me, the villain was SO creative
 
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(3641) Curiosity got the better of me and I checked out the opening for The Perils of Penelope Pitstop.

From there, I got directed to the opening for the prime-time cartoon, Wait Till Your Father Gets Home. It seems to be teetering into some suggested GIMP activity at about the 52-second mark in this video, which has the line, "And what daddy doesn't know won't hurt him." [www.youtube.com]
 
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Joanna wrote: @bleumune: thanks a lot for that; it's even hotter than I remembered.

Response: Thank you. It's nice to be appreciated by like-minded readers.

What time period is it set in? The description of her clothes is fairly detailed and the style sounds late 18th-early 19th century: I was thinking of making a render of myself as the Countess and want to get it right.

Response: The time period I had in mind was mid-1700s, in the tumultuous period in Europe between the War of the Austrian Succession (1740–48) and the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783). Looking at a list of European wars during that time period makes the head swim. But it could easily be moved later in the 1700s but probably not the 1800s, since France before and with Napoleon pretty well dominated European warfare. As for the clothing details, I got that from BustyDamsel so I didn't have to pin down the details all that closely myself.

I look forward to your render with bated breath!

bleumune
 
3639) JD 
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(3639) In this week in Speed (sort of a Russian lifestyle periodical), a pictorial with Tatiana Zorina in the Museum of the History of corporal punishment in Moscow.

Use Google's translate to English.

[www.s-info.ru]

I believe those guys are more open-minded than we give them credit for. I doubt something like that would find its place in Playboy's pages, here.
 
3638) Joanna 
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@bleumune: thanks a lot for that; it's even hotter than I remembered.

What time period is it set in? The description of her clothes is fairly detailed and the style sounds late 18th-early 19th century: I was thinking of making a render of myself as the Countess and want to get it right.
 
3637) Daniel 
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Greetings All!

I just finished my third reading of "The Drug Cartel War" by Eda Chang with illustrations by Arcas. My honest opinion is the story was 'Dry' compared to previous Eda stories! The illustrations were OK!
 
3636) Quoom 
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(3636) another advantage for the tigerbench: it is a good position for some foot torture cool
 
3635) JD 
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(3635) bleumune: Great read. Got others in your portofolio? I'd certainly like to read more. In its pursuit of veracity it reminds me of another author I enjoyed tremendously, El Wananchi.

And another image, to keep the ball running.
 
3634) bleumune 
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To Joanna especially, Ralphus has graciously added my story, "A Traitor's Interrogation." Joanna asked for this one because it got lost (boy, how many times has that happened to all of us!), and I'll let her description do for an advertisement:

"The one I remember... was this really, really hot one about this real bitch of an aristocrat who was plotting to depose the king, but got found out and taken to the royal torture chamber to be racked for the names of her fellow conspirators: she didn't talk until all her joints had been pulled apart. I remember it particularly because A; it was brutally realistic with no BDSM overtones B; it was very detailed and C; she kept her clothes on the whole time."

The story can be found at: [ralphus.net]
 
3633) JD 
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(3633) Just a quick stop to say thanks to Eda Chang for the latest story. Very enjoyable.
 
3632) Ralphus 
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T wrote:

I believe ride was called “Enchanted Voyage” which was closed in the 1980's and replaced with a Smurf-themed attraction. Someone was nice enough to post a ride-through, and I believe that you can see the character in question at 2:44: [youtu.be]

Ha! That was it! I even remember that music, too. It's been 30 years so I got a few of the details wrong; turns out "The Happy Land of Hanna Barbera" was a section of the theme park, not the actual ride itself. The video was so grainy you could barely see there was a woman hanging by her wrists, and even in the freeze frame it doesn't look like much, but trust me, you had to be there at the time. Thanks for memory; I never thought I would see that again.



I too loved how they would randomly slip scenes of bondage into children's entertainment. It's like the artists and creators were giving a little wink to the next generation, as if to say “You're not imagining things, other people are just like you.”

And of course, how about Penelope Pitstop? That was a show about bondage. She would get tied up in every single show. "HAY-ELP!"

 
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(3631) She can endure really a lot oO

Full vid here:
[www.realbdsmtube.com]

smile
 
3630) Kelderek 
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New pic for your GIMPish pleasure!

No real story behind this one, I'm just trying out a new Poser model and needed to put her in a pic... smile

 
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(3629) Hi Ralphus,


Long-time lurker here, love the site. You have my special thanks for preserving those wonderful old scene databases that I used to peruse when they were brand new.


“That's funny. I had a similar experience at an amusement park here in Ohio called King's Island when I was a kid. Believe it or not, it was a kiddy ride called something like "The Happy Land of Hanna Barbera" where you ride along in a giant log and see recreations of your favorite cartoon characters along the way. Anyway, toward the end of the ride was a female character dangling by her wrists, I think she had fallen off a bridge or something, but I remember seeing her with her arms outstretched, and it really made her breasts stick out. Even though I was a kid and didn't know what sex and bondage was, I never forgot that image to this day, and I would go back every time just to see that.

Then one year King's Island slightly revamped the ride, and they eliminated the dangling woman completely. Boy, was I disappointed. I could never understand why they did it, unless the people who created the ride came to their senses and realized the pseudo bondage imagery was maybe too sexy for kids. Who knows? “



I believe ride was called “Enchanted Voyage” which was closed in the 1980's and replaced with a Smurf-themed attraction. Someone was nice enough to post a ride-through, and I believe that you can see the character in question at 2:44: [youtu.be]

I too loved how they would randomly slip scenes of bondage into children's entertainment. It's like the artists and creators were giving a little wink to the next generation, as if to say “You're not imagining things, other people are just like you.”
 
3628) Covers 
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(3628) A MAM interior today from Man's Adventure Dec 1964.
 
3627) Ralphus 
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Catching up on some posts...

leknight: Apologies for the late response, but I wanted to tell you I really enjoyed your first post to the forum (3546). Okay, I guess it was technically your second post, but I didn't want to let it get buried in a sea of posts about Poser techniques, lucid dreaming and underaged pictures. A while back we did a poll question about early influences to the fetish and you hit on a few that got mentioned by others, like those men's adventure magazines and watching Batgirl get tied up on TV. You also mentioned:

One haunted house where we vacationed featured a female mannequin in skimpy clothes tied to a buzz saw. I would go back over and over, just to see that part. If my parents only knew.

That's funny. I had a similar experience at an amusement park here in Ohio called King's Island when I was a kid. Believe it or not, it was a kiddy ride called something like "The Happy Land of Hanna Barbera" where you ride along in a giant log and see recreations of your favorite cartoon characters along the way. Anyway, toward the end of the ride was a female character dangling by her wrists, I think she had fallen off a bridge or something, but I remember seeing her with her arms outstretched, and it really made her breasts stick out. Even though I was a kid and didn't know what sex and bondage was, I never forgot that image to this day, and I would go back every time just to see that.

Then one year King's Island slightly revamped the ride, and they eliminated the dangling woman completely. Boy, was I disappointed. I could never understand why they did it, unless the people who created the ride came to their senses and realized the pseudo bondage imagery was maybe too sexy for kids. Who knows?

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FOM and Rack 'Em Up: Thanks for the translations of the Amazones of Troy images. I found the complete comic and it looks like the last 6 pages, which I posted, are the only ones with bondage.

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Regarding that, JD asked:

Would be ethical to scan it and post it in that mythical section you promised for fumetti lovers so long ago, as they still sell it?

You can do whatever you've a mind to do. The idea of doing Fumetti section for the site was discussed, but it would be a massive undertaking involving thousands of images, and I wouldn't know where to begin.

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Esso wrote:

Am I mistaken or at the start of the Amazones series did I not read the there would be 6 installments? Yesterday (Thursday) was a repeat of Wednesday.

Don't think so, but for those who missed 'em, here are all six:

http://ralphus.net/dailypic14/img050.jpg
http://ralphus.net/dailypic14/img051.jpg
http://ralphus.net/dailypic14/img052.jpg
http://ralphus.net/dailypic14/img053.jpg
http://ralphus.net/dailypic14/img054.jpg
http://ralphus.net/dailypic14/img055.jpg

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Eda Chang collaborates with Arcas for an illustrated story: Boy, I'm shocked by the lack of response so far. A dream pairing of the best 3D artist and one of the top writers on the Internet and nobody has commented yet? I'm about halfway through, and as expected, it's good stuff so far. If you've got a few minutes, check this one out.

Here's the direct link: ARCAS’S SPY GIRL CASSIE BLAINE IN “THE DRUG CARTEL WAR”

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Margot announces an October 31 release date for Olalla: Halloween, the exact same date that Maleficarum was released 3 years ago. As an investor in this one, I'm definitely looking forward to seeing how this one turned out. BURN AMY BURN!

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Tiger Bench: Esso explained Tiger Bench torture pretty well in his post (and nice image by Quoom, never saw that one!). It appears to be pretty much exclusive to China, or least that's mainly where I've seen images and videos of it. It's actually supposed to be quite painful if you leave her in that position for a long period of time. The rigidity of the bondage is what appeals to me, with the hands restrained and also ropes binding the legs and the feet at the same time make it very uncomfortable for the victim. Plus you can go to work on her other parts while she's restrained in that position and there's nothing she can do to stop you.

There are a few videos on YouTube. Here's one I found.

 
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Thank you for the visual Ralphus!
 
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