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Jackie1111

Magistrate
Interesting question posed by PP. At least to me. I often wonder about such things too....

It strikes me looking a a bunch the movies here, that it is very strange they were ever made. They clearly appeal to a tiny group of sick perverts (the kind who frequent a site like CF) who want to see a beautiful woman stripped and whipped/tortured/killed.

Well, the group of moviegoers who would love to "see a beautiful woman stripped" is absolutely huge, as you know. Forget whatever may happen to her in the way of torture, etc. Just putting a naked beauty on screen for a few seconds is going to get some tickets sold.

And many of that group (myself included) never patronized this movies out of shame and fear of being seen - even fear that the cashier/ticket taker would judge me as a pervert.
Are you saying you never learned the old trick of having a couple of stiff drinks first, so that you don't feel so embarrassed at the ticket counter? :D

So how did they ever make any money?
All I know is there was a time when many, many towns across America had a theater or drive-in that regularly featured sexploitation films. Porn was a different matter, as many places didn't allow X-rated films to be shown. But there weren't any such regulations getting in the way of showing sexploitation films. The small (and quite conservative) town in Florida where I grew up even had such a drive-in up until around 1990. And back in 1970 or whatever, I imagine there often wasn't much else to do in many of these towns on a weekend night other than go to the drive-in to see whatever they are playing. Couple that with the fact that many of these films were made for under $100K, and the math starts to make sense.
 

Jackie1111

Magistrate
Cristina Brondo in "Penumbra," a fairly effective Argentinian horror movie from 2012. Brondo plays a bitchy real estate agent who is trying to sell an apartment to a fairly sketchy group. They turn out to be a cult working to bring about the apocalypse during a total eclipse of the sun. As we all know, this requires human sacrifice . Brondo is in the way, so she has her clothes torn open, is gagged, tied to a chair, and smeared with oil. She tries to get away, and manages to free herself from the chair, though not from her bonds. Her hopping about in that revealing purple bra is a sight to behold.

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I found myself thinking and fantasizing more about this after I signed off last night. I imagined myself as a young actress struggling to make a name for myself, reading the script for this movie and being strangely intrigued by a scene where my clothes are torn open to reveal my ample breasts in a skimpy bra. I'm gagged and bound, and then my chest is smeared with oil ("What the fuck?" I'm thinking). Then I'm hopping about while still bound....which doesn't make much of an impression on me when I read it in the script....but in rehearsals it becomes clear that the whole idea is to get my almost bare boobs bouncing wildly about for the camera! Rather than finding it degrading, I find it tremendously exciting. My nipples grow rock hard under my bra, as we go through multiple takes. I suspect that not all of these takes are truly necessary...rather the director and film crew are just enjoying the show I'm putting on. That's okay, because I'm certainly enjoying it myself.

I just googled that movie and see that it's available on Hulu. I'll definitely check it out soon. Thanks for the tip, John! :D
 

hammers

Magistrate
hc720_1464.jpgMV5BM2RkMzI3ODItNzEwMC00OTk4LWFlNjEtNWQ3OTFhYzJlNzI0XkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyMTAxMDQ0ODk@__V1_.jpgs-l1600.jpgAlain-Robbe-Grillet's "LE JEU AVEC LE FEU" (original French title for "PLAYING WITH FIRE" 1975) is a thorough pattern of the French novelist's "école du regard" tending to focus spectators' glance on details with such insistence as to reveal human mind and feelings. Here too the plot is misleading making literally impossible to discern between good and bad guys. There is even a police inspector acting at the same time both as a policeman and a kidnapper:
it's ultimately uneasy to individuate who is who. As usual also transitions from real to dream and viceversa do not help. Oddly enough a bunch of famous Actors(Jean Louis Trintignant, Philippe Noiret)along with some others on the verge of celebrity (Sylvia Kristel, Agostina Belli,etc. ) took part to the film. The story consists of a kidnapping (never carriedd out) of a Banker's daughter and the plans of this one to trap his enemies, with the support of the police inspector (Trintignant)at the moment of paying the ransom. Both Noiret's (the Banker) and Trintignant's (the Inspector) characters are ambiguous. In the meantime the Banker's daughter is shut by her own father, on pretention of her safety, in an "exclusive residence" actually a de luxe bordello where affluent international customers are able to give vent to all kinds of perversions.
 

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Jon Smithie

Governor
How to sell a movie?
Get a teasing poster!
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‘Flesh and the Spur’ is a 1956 low budget B&W western, produced by American International Pictures (AIP). The story, is, well, about cowboys, obviously, since it is a Western. A cowboy hunts down the men who murdered his brother. Revenge, a classic theme in a Western. Underway, he meets an Indian women, played by Marla English.

Whatever! There is curious story about the poster. One day, during pre-production, the producers of the movie were summoned to the AIP headquarters. They were shown the poster that would be used to sell it. It showed English’s character, scantly clothed and tied to a stake, standing upon an ant hill. The producers replied that there was not such a scene in the script. So, AIP ordered them to include one (it seems to have been a common pre-sell practice).

The side story of the ant hill is that English is caught by members of her tribe, and gets punished because she has slept with a white man. The good guy is around, but exactly then, he is involved in the final shootout with the bad guys, so he has his own priorities! Will he come back in time to save his pretty companion to get her saved from being eaten slowly?

The ant hill scene is rather brief. Marla English is never shown from the front, as she appears on the poster. From close by, you only see her legs, or her anxious looks over her bare shoulders. There is one distant scene, rather blurred, and with some vegetation in the way, showing her from the back. The act and scenery suggest the Indians stripped her naked!

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The backstory of the poster and the anthill scene is on Wikipedia, and many other sources

From which I recall this quote:
“Alex Gordon recalled dropping ants on the bound and gagged Marla. However, the ants would promptly run away from her. The ungagged Marla finally asked Gordon "Look, you've got six ants there, isn't that enough?”

I say no more! Just enjoy this beautiful gem of a woman in peril scene :

Nice! This is the kind of thing I grew up with, although I never saw this particular picture. I would have been a little too young for it. And a good thing too! I can't imagine what kind of a pervert I would have grown up into if I'd seen the anthill scene when I was young and impressionable!

Watching this with a more jaded eye, I couldn't help but notice how fat the Indians there were back then. The trio in this scene look like they've had more than their fair share of buffalo wings.
 

Jon Smithie

Governor
I found myself thinking and fantasizing more about this after I signed off last night. I imagined myself as a young actress struggling to make a name for myself, reading the script for this movie and being strangely intrigued by a scene where my clothes are torn open to reveal my ample breasts in a skimpy bra. I'm gagged and bound, and then my chest is smeared with oil ("What the fuck?" I'm thinking). Then I'm hopping about while still bound....which doesn't make much of an impression on me when I read it in the script....but in rehearsals it becomes clear that the whole idea is to get my almost bare boobs bouncing wildly about for the camera! Rather than finding it degrading, I find it tremendously exciting. My nipples grow rock hard under my bra, as we go through multiple takes. I suspect that not all of these takes are truly necessary...rather the director and film crew are just enjoying the show I'm putting on. That's okay, because I'm certainly enjoying it myself.

I just googled that movie and see that it's available on Hulu. I'll definitely check it out soon. Thanks for the tip, John! :D
I love your fantasy! Now you've got me going! How about after multiple takes with you hopping around with your bouncing breasts, the director yells "Cut!" and says he's just not happy with it. He speaks quietly to an actor in the scene. "Places!" he yells, "Alright everyone! Last take, let's make it a good one!" The actor the director spoke to comes up to you, pulls a pair of scissors from behind his back and cuts your bra open. "And Action!"
 

poem21045

Executioner
I wonder if the Lone Ranger ever knew what “Kemo Sabe” really meant :rolleyes:
According to Wikipedia:
Ultimately derived from gimoozaabi, an Ojibwe and Potawatomi word that may mean "he/she looks out in secret",[1] it is sometimes translated as "trusty scout" or "faithful friend".[2]
Jim Jewell, director of The Lone Ranger from 1933 to 1939, took the phrase from Kamp Kee-Mo Sah-Bee, a boys' camp on Mullett Lake in Michigan, established by Charles W. Yeager (Jewell's father-in-law) in 1916.[3] Yeager himself probably took the term from Ernest Thompson Seton, one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America, who had given the meaning "scout runner" to Kee-mo-sah'-bee in his 1912 book "The Book of Woodcraft and Indian Lore"
So it was a somewhat corrupted Native American phrase, made-up for Hollywood.
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Jackie1111

Magistrate
I love your fantasy! Now you've got me going! How about after multiple takes with you hopping around with your bouncing breasts, the director yells "Cut!" and says he's just not happy with it. He speaks quietly to an actor in the scene. "Places!" he yells, "Alright everyone! Last take, let's make it a good one!" The actor the director spoke to comes up to you, pulls a pair of scissors from behind his back and cuts your bra open. "And Action!"
After a brief moment of horror, I remind myself that I intend to do whatever it takes to make a name for myself in this industry. And so I begin my dance hop.
 

hammers

Magistrate
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making the history of "spaghetti westerns" for its directional skill, basing on a non complicate but solid script and its technical qualities primarily for the lot of
peculiar atmospheres that have been created. Spectators are plunged into a landscape drenched in grays with wind howling most of the time. An awesome premonition of forthcoming funerary events is given by the arrival of a dark clothed dusty stranger dragging a coffin. Set in a muddy small town on the border USA/Mexico the film's core is the stranger's intent to avenge the murder of his wife.The rivalry between a gang of Mexicans and a bunch of White fanatics bursts out into bloody massacres that help the stranger at the end taking his revenge on them all. Franco Nero is in the role of Django: he acts without many expressions and he does not talk much. Loredana Nusciak supports him in the role of a prostitute ex lover of the Mexican leader.
 

Jon Smithie

Governor
View attachment 736978View attachment 736979View attachment 736981View attachment 736982View attachment 736983View attachment 736984View attachment 736985View attachment 736986View attachment 736988"DJANGO" (1966) is a 'spaghetti western' (an Italian-Spanish production) and one of the most important contributions to raising of the levels of violence of the genre. A memorable scene, for its realism, of a woman's whipping at the outset of the film sets the mark for ensuing uninterrupted sequences of massacres. "DJANGO" is known, internationally, as one of the best movies
making the history of "spaghetti westerns" for its directional skill, basing on a non complicate but solid script and its technical qualities primarily for the lot of
peculiar atmospheres that have been created. Spectators are plunged into a landscape drenched in grays with wind howling most of the time. An awesome premonition of forthcoming funerary events is given by the arrival of a dark clothed dusty stranger dragging a coffin. Set in a muddy small town on the border USA/Mexico the film's core is the stranger's intent to avenge the murder of his wife.The rivalry between a gang of Mexicans and a bunch of White fanatics bursts out into bloody massacres that help the stranger at the end taking his revenge on them all. Franco Nero is in the role of Django: he acts without many expressions and he does not talk much. Loredana Nusciak supports him in the role of a prostitute ex lover of the Mexican leader.
Off topic, but this reminded me of another movie which IMHO had the best title of any movie, ever: "Sukiyaki Western Django," directed by Takashi Miike. It was an homage to "Django," and various other spaghetti westerns, especially "For A Few Dollars More," which was itself basically a remake as a Western of the Japanese samurai movie "Yojimbo." (One of my favorite movies ever.)

From the "Sukiyaki Western Django" entry on Wikipedia: The ending text reveals that a few years later, Heihachi (one of the characters in "Sukiyaki") travels to Italy and becomes the gunslinger known as "Django". LOL. So we've come full circle.

Miike has his own particular style, and is known for the bizarre, over the top violence in many of his movies. Scenes that would be quite at home on this particular forum. I'll see if I can't scare up some screencaps.
 

hammers

Magistrate
Off topic, but this reminded me of another movie which IMHO had the best title of any movie, ever: "Sukiyaki Western Django," directed by Takashi Miike. It was an homage to "Django," and various other spaghetti westerns, especially "For A Few Dollars More," which was itself basically a remake as a Western of the Japanese samurai movie "Yojimbo." (One of my favorite movies ever.)

From the "Sukiyaki Western Django" entry on Wikipedia: The ending text reveals that a few years later, Heihachi (one of the characters in "Sukiyaki") travels to Italy and becomes the gunslinger known as "Django". LOL. So we've come full circle.

Miike has his own particular style, and is known for the bizarre, over the top violence in many of his movies. Scenes that would be quite at home on this particular forum. I'll see if I can't scare up some screencaps.
Yes. I heard of this title some time ago, but never was attracted to see it. May be I lost something. Thanks for refreshing my memory.
 

Jon Smithie

Governor
While looking for Takashi Miike movies, I stumbled over "Gerald's Game" on Netflix. It's a movie from 2017, based on a book by Stephen King. I thought this was a well done, well acted, compelling movie. And it illustrates why our parents told us never to play with handcuffs.

Carla Gugino plays Jessie, and Bruce Greenwood is her husband Gerald, who wants to spice up their struggling marriage with a little bondage and rape game. He handcuffs Jessie to the bedposts, and admires her while he takes a Viagra.


gerald2.PNGgerald3.PNGgerald5.PNGgerald7.PNG Jessie's not too sure about this. But she's willing to play along, until she can't get into the spirit of the game and the two start arguing.

"Let me go!" She says to Gerald.

"What if I don't?" he says.

gerald10.PNGgerald11.PNGLooks like Gerald's getting frisky! Uh, no, he's had a heart attack. He's dead.

gerald1.PNGgerald14.PNGJessie hears footsteps in the hall. She thinks she's being rescued.

gerald17.PNGUh, no. Not a rescuer. Just a hungry dog.
 
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