That's cool, but without any verbal interplay or relationship between the only two characters (except for the torture of course), I'm afraid I'll lose interest very quickly. Of course, I know many others won't care about this, so I'm sure the video will still do well.Nonetheless, I prefer films like - though I'm more than willing to stand corrected on this matter since I haven't seen the film.I'm giving you guys a chance to speak up and make yourself heard.Is it possible that we have 1000 readers a day who don't have a single thought in their heads and who can't take 5 minutes to share what they think?That's probably one of my favorite scenes that Rick ever shot. It seems the cover art for many of the fa-pro movies often looks similar, even if the content of the film is quite different.But seeing Camille Keaton get her face kicked in during the original I Spit On Your Grave... I means, she was barely moving and the guy is just kicking her over and over. When it comes to their movies, you really have to check the title (if ordering from a site that provides the titles) and take a close look at the pictures on the back cover.
Actually, it wasn't so much the nipplectomy which bothered me (I've watched others, and enjoyed them), but the overall tone of this scene.
That has been my problem with films such as The Girl Next Door. Chaos gets a pass from me because Kevin Gage ("Chaos") looks so much like Sid Haig, and I could easily see Haig filling this role, that it plays up the fantasy element.
I felt bad for the young woman being tortured, rather than aroused. As I've said before, I tend to prefer movies like the Ginger films, which depict convincing scenes of helplessness but are otherwise phony and silly enough that I'll never have to worry about feeling guilty, or sympathizing with the characters. They're great but when they start nailing the hands and feet they lose me. Well, you all knew I was weird from a long time back, right?
Today’s Pic: She looks so much better with her boots off. If that still wasn't enough for you, go to plays like a surrealistic dream, so a traditional plot is not required. It wasn't entirely successful for the very reason you mentioned..enough story and not enough motivation for the villain to be doing these things to Jane. he actually talked this time) and his verbal threatening toward Jane was effective and added to the story.
------- Fritz wrote: Is there a point where GIMP scenes lose their entertainment value because they are too realistic? Yes, it’s realistic that a well-cracked whip can leave bloody, broken skin in its wake. I’d rather see just enough of a mark to convince me that it’s really happening, while I focus my attention on the sweating, squirming, screaming, crying naked victim. Not only was the movie not made in Brazil..was actually released in this century! Who is the busty babe strapped into the elaborate torture device, and what is the movie? That's cool, but without any verbal interplay or relationship between the only two characters (except for the torture of course), I'm afraid I'll lose interest very quickly. Nonetheless, I prefer films like is a better film for that reason. As I've gotten older and more jaded and seen so many of these, I've learned to discriminate and will take off points if I don't see what I like. You've got to have some interaction between villain and victim.
----- The poll question: Most definitely, it's an issue for me.