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Next - March 2012 Index February 2012 Name: DHT =sO8iUzcLjaw&feature=relatedWednesday, February 1st 2012 - 12:07:40 AM Name: DHT =RgT3Cy-iJKI&feature=relatedWednesday, February 1st 2012 - 12:09:13 AM Name: Ken does anybody know anything about garage olimpo?Wednesday, February 1st 2012 - 10:39:22 AM Name: The Ancient One E-mail address: jpboogerd@hotmail.com Elkcreek - I really like your story "Selena and the Wrecking Crew" - thanksWednesday, February 1st 2012 - 11:06:13 AM Name: darknessmonger E-mail address: darkness.monger@gmail.com garage olimpo here directly to the torture scene =player_detailpage&v=Uqw-_hrVeoI#t=114sWednesday, February 1st 2012 - 12:41:14 PM Name: Greg D. Santorum said Ah, so now it's been revealed to the world. Our dear Amy is going to be whipped in public! Now that's one we gotta see, but please, be very careful how you set it all up. It has to have the inevitability of a true judicial ordeal. Maybe you could have the counter there too. Ideally I'd like Amy to be only half naked, maybe wearing a loincloth or similar and I think a cat type whip would be better than a single tail, but one of those thin corded cats like you used to see in old seafaring films. No, I gotta stop. I could go on...Just let us know what the vibe is...please. By the way, love today's pic. Anything harem rocks with me. More please. Greg Wednesday, February 1st 2012 - 01:31:33 PM Name: YikYakker Ken wrote: Does anybody know anything about Garage Olimpo? I was certain that someone mentioned the movie on this board before, so I did a Search the GIMP. Turned out it was me! Here's how I described it in December of 2010: Argentinean teenager Maria is abducted by the nefarious Secret Police and tortured (or so I've heard). A more helpful comment came from a poster named Tomatin on Mar 8, 2006: Unfortunately good electro-torture movie-scenes are rather rare. The mainstream-movie "Garage Olimpo" is worth mentioning. The actual torture isn't shown but the preparations are: a naked girl gets tied to a metal table and the torturer prepares his tools. The intense sphere and the humming of the battery are a real turn-on. And finally, darknessmonger just moments ago posted a YouTube link to said torture scene, which YouTube promptly removed. Bummer. Wednesday, February 1st 2012 - 06:47:20 PM Name: MeetThePryz Homepage URL: _list/2012/h2402/des494/index.html Interesting catfight/rape movie from DEEPs coming out in a few weeks. The URL has a preview video, and I must say, I don't see that type of movie too often.Wednesday, February 1st 2012 - 08:00:28 PM Name: Ralphus E-mail address: ralphus44@aol.com Catching up on a few developments... Margot: I'm a little late, but thanks for the typically massive update on the goings-on of your new movie. Almost looks like Jane...oops, she's not Jane anymore...Amy has red hair in this. It's a good look for her. For all the prose you've written about your latest opus, I'm still pretty much in the dark about what to look for as far as GIMP-worthy scenes. I know one apparently involves a horse, but the real kind this time, not the wooden one Amy rode in Maleficarum. And some sort of public whipping. I imagine you and Amy will be teasing and tantalizing us in the weeks and months to come with caps. ------------------ D. Santorum: Oh, so I inspired you to become an associate producer, huh? It's easy, all you have to do is dig up huge amounts of money, tell her what you want, and a year later, you're listed in the IMDB. ------------------ DHT: Nice YouTube finds, particularly the second one (The Wash). The first 2 minutes of that video were sheer hotness. ------------------ Garage Olimpo: I bought this movie years ago on DVD after reading about how great the naked electro-shock scenes were. But guess what? I thought it was a real disappointment. Here's my entry from the upcoming Electro-shock Database, along with some caps. Garage Olimpo (1999) I've never understood the fuss about this movie. Based on a true story of a young woman taken captive by the Argentinean government as a political prisoner during the 1970's, the cute and frequently nude Antonella Costa is seen given a jolt to her naked chest with a defibrillator. It is implied that she had just been electro-tortured, but that part was never shown. A few minutes later, her torturer ties her spread-eagled to a metal table, attaches wires to her toes and prepares to shock her with an electric prod. But then it goes to a freeze-frame and again nothing is shown. In my opinion, a big tease. (Length: 2 min. Nudity: Full Frontal) VIDEO LINKWednesday, February 1st 2012 - 08:23:42 PM Name: DHT Anybody here ever have a falling out with a company or performer over custom work?I feel pretty bad. I had so many ideas for them. It was just not meant to be.Wednesday, February 1st 2012 - 10:37:49 PM Name: The Ancient One E-mail address: jpboogerd@hotmail.com I posted my first story on this site - please take a look Wednesday, February 1st 2012 - 11:08:42 PM Name: elkcreek E-mail address: elkcreekpa@gmail.com Homepage URL: -31921_3-57369739-281/how-republican-opposition-derailed-sopa-and-protect-ip/?tag=mncol;txt I thought I'd do a little post to reinforce my point about the current administration and SOPA. These guys are tied to Hollywood donations. In this case it's Republicans that derailed the thing. And the one thing that their critics here need to be cognizant of is that there is a libertarian streak among conservatives. "In a Google+ hangout this week, President Obama carefully avoided criticizing SOPA. "I think that it's going to be possible for us" to find a workable approach, he predicted. During his State of the Union Address a week earlier, Obama echoed a Hollywood talking point, saying that "movies, music, and software" must not be "pirated." The four remaining Republican presidential candidates, on the other hand, have been far more critical of the bills. During their January 19 debate in South Carolina, all four slammed SOPA. Rep. Ron Paul noted that he was the first House Republican to oppose the bill, and former House speaker Newt Gingrich quipped: "Well, you're asking a conservative about the economic interests of Hollywood." "Candidly, those who count on quote 'Hollywood' for support need to understand that this industry is watching very carefully who's going to stand up for them when their job is at stake," Hollywood's top lobbyist, former Democratic senator Chris Dodd, said on Fox News a few days later." "The Heritage Foundation, which has in recent years supported expansions of copyright law but drew the line at SOPA, will now, through its advocacy arm, negatively score politicians' votes in favor of the bills. RedState.com, which went dark in last month's protests, has proposed funding "primary challenges against the incumbent sponsors of SOPA." I'm not saying that conservatives are on our "side", actually no one in politics is. Only that they (especially now) are less likely to give the government the power typical in big unwieldy bills that leads to censorship and regulation. Canadian will attest to this. On other note: I think I'm going to do a Jessica Alba story next, although Rachel Bilson or Vanessa Hudgens is damn tempting. But Jessica needs to get back in the Gimpers lives badly. I like the Osauka story a lot by the way. And the Ambrosia stuff has always been old stand bys in the fiction bin. Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 12:10:32 AM Name: elkcreek E-mail address: elkcreekpa@gmail.com One other quick note on the Youtube vids. If they're good they won't stay up. They will either be ripped down for copyright or service agreement issues. One web site I go to immediately if I see a clip I like is: www.keepvid.com You can instantly make a video file MP4, and other formats available, to save on your own machine. I already downloaded the new clip tonight before it got pulled.Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 12:16:54 AM Name: Rack 'Em Up Garage Olimpo: The prelude-to-torture scene can be seen here (although it appears no explicit nudity is shown): =8vAlDLwqim4&feature=relatedThe "after-torture" scene was indeed removed. And, as if we needed another example of a double standard, YouTube still has "Part 6" of the movie. At about the 4-minute mark is a prelude to another electro scene, but this time with a male victim. There are several camera shots that expose his..well..nether regions. So far, only the female nudity was deleted. Go figure. Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 02:06:21 AM Name: jhlipton E-mail address: jhlipton@yahoo.com Since Canadian mentioned Rio AGAIN!!!: There's a camera rolling on her back, on her back And I sense the rhythm humming in a frenzy all the way down her spine Girls on film, girls on film, girls on film, girls on film ========================================== John Galt: Today is Sacheen Littlefeather's (65th) birthday. She was memorably assaulted in the movie Johnny Firecloud, which you can watch on Youtube. According to MrSkin, you'll have to get to the 56-1/2 minute mark before you see her blouse ripped open to reveal her breasts. She's topless from 56:20 to 57:11, or almost one full minute, and it's all well lit. Worth a look-see. ========================================== Elkcreek -- It physically pains me to be in agreement about ANYTHING with the Heritage Foundation, much less RedState. If it's any consolation, several liberal blogs (Balloon Juice and Slacktivist among them) have been vocal in deriding SOPA and PIPA, too.Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 02:15:29 AM Name: DHT elkcreek: If you get Realplayer Plus, you can download videos off of youtube.Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 04:16:03 PM Name: John Galt Elkcreek said: I thought I'd do a little post to reinforce my point about the current administration and SOPA. These guys are tied to Hollywood donations. In this case it's Republicans that derailed the thing. And the one thing that their critics here need to be cognizant of is that there is a libertarian streak among conservatives. I disagree with your politicization of SOPA as a Democrat vs Republican thing. The SOPA bill was introduced by Lamar Smith, a Republican congressman from the benighted state of Texas. It was co-sponsored by twelve other congressmen, eight of whom were Republican. The bill was derailed after the January 18th blackout and accompanying protests and petitions. Although there was plenty of backpeddling to go around, Democrats and Republicans both reversed their positions. I suspect Hollywood money went to members of both parties, even though Hollywood generally sides with Democratic initiatives. SOPA was a Republican initiative, with Democratic support. The White House stayed fairly neutral. It did not come out against the bill, but it did not wholeheartedly support it. I think the most I heard was a statement to the effect that piracy of copyrighted material is bad, which is not really in dispute. As for the Republican presidential candidates speaking out against it on January 19th, that was the day after the January 18th blackout and accompanying protests, and I think they were opportunistically riding that backlash bandwagon. SOPA supporters were undoubtedly bought and paid for by the MPAA, RIAA and others, but that political corruption is not primarily in one party or the other. We have no friends in either party, and any good either party does will be collateral and/or unintended.Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 06:15:26 PM Name: A Canadian John Galt wrote: We have no friends in either party, and any good either party does will be collateral and/or unintended. Agreed. ----- jhlipton wrote: Girls on film, girls on film, girls on film, girls on film Actually, I like that song.Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 06:29:51 PM Name: A Canadian I just discovered something: Sanae Momoi, who played the daughter in that CineMagic film that Renzo Novatore reviewed the other day, is one of the stars of the Attackers film, ATID-196, which is being released this month.Thursday, February 2nd 2012 - 06:50:58 PM Name: John Galt Today's pic: Well, despite the obvious Asian-ness of a victim dressed in a schoolgirl outfit, I can tell this is not a typical JAV vidcap because none of those tentacles are up her skirt. That's kind of disappointing. Having the juxtaposition of the pussy between her legs is kind of nice, though.Friday, February 3rd 2012 - 09:38:30 AM Name: jhlipton E-mail address: jhlipton@yahoo.com Homepage URL: -tentacles-attack.jpg John Galt: Today's pic [see URL]: Well, despite the obvious Asian-ness of a victim dressed in a schoolgirl outfit, I can tell this is not a typical JAV vidcap because none of those tentacles are up her skirt. That's kind of disappointing. Having the juxtaposition of the pussy between her legs is kind of nice, though. It looks like one big one is headed for her twat and a smaller one along side is aiming for her ass. There's another that might be going in her mouth. In short, I'd say the attack has just started. Don't all girls have a pussy between their le... Oh, I see what you did there! [snerk] Well played, sir, well played!Friday, February 3rd 2012 - 04:23:34 PM Name: Bill K. Today's picture: The cat's look of "I'm bored feed me" sort of ruins the scary horror look to that scene and how old is that picture for that refrigerator / kitchen looks antiquated for sure. Bill K. Friday, February 3rd 2012 - 07:27:30 PM Name: Ralphus DHT wrote: Anybody here ever have a falling out with a company or performer over custom work? I feel pretty bad. I had so many ideas for them. It was just not meant to be. Boy, you're the master of teasing us with a juicy tidbit and then just leaving us hanging. Since no one else asked, I'm assuming there's more to this story? What company and what are the details? What did you have in mind? The only custom I ever commissioned was with Jane (I mean Amy) and I thought it turned out pretty good. --------------------------- As if there wasn't enough evidence that US GIMPage is lame compared to what's being produced out of this country, I found this YouTube video of a Mexican TV show called "Mujeres Asesinas". According to Wikipedia, it's a series "that shows the dark side of women who have been mistreated or abused and become cruel murderers. The series shows how violence and death overcome the feminine mind." Sound controversial? I don't know how it plays in Mexico, but just imagine the outcry in this country if someone in the United States made a television program that features the dark and disturbing content I'm about to show here. While this short video (with the very cool soundtrack, BTW) just covered the highlights, it plays even better with the actual dialogue, even if it's in Spanish so I couldn't understand much of it. I found the entire episode in its entirety here, with no commercials. I burned it to DVD and watched it on my TV the other night. This one is a keeper. Saturday, February 4th 2012 - 12:31:01 AM Name: Bill K. The USA TV show Criminal Minds will have an occasional episode like that one Ralphus just showed that dark and with evil men or women torturing and killing women horribly but not all the time. Bill K. Saturday, February 4th 2012 - 02:19:41 AM Name: Fritz DHT wrote: Anybody here ever have a falling out with a company or performer over custom work? I feel pretty bad. I had so many ideas for them. It was just not meant to be. To date, I've commissioned 28 custom videos from a dozen producers. One of these is still in progress, but the others, save for a single rip-off, are complete. Of those, I'd say about half gave me my money's worth. Five or six were outstanding and compensated for all the disappointments. Ordering customs is not for the timid. You'll never get exactly what you imagine, but when the final product comes close, the payoff is spectacular. It's a lot like gambling: you have to be prepared to lose, but you sometimes win a lot more than you thought possible. In a previous post, I offered to share my experiences, but no one expressed interest so I did not follow up. In this case, DHT asks specifically about "falling out" with a producer. I'm not sure if that means before or after payment has been rendered. Frankly, the former does not matter. I've negotiated with several potential producers and realized (or they did) that it was not meant to be. Other than some wasted time, little was lost, and I don't consider it a falling out. The cases in which I rendered full or partial payment and did not receive satisfactory results are a different matter. These could be considered "falling out" situations. In only one case did the producer not deliver at all. Strangely, this was a husband/wife operation which had completed a reasonably well-done custom for me previously. In another instance, a well-known porn-star took my cash and produced a very professional GIMP video without telling me she had put on about 50 pounds since her last promo pics were shot. Another producer took almost three years to complete my project. And that in-progress production I mentioned was commissioned and paid for in October, 2010 - I'm told it will be finished very soon (sigh). Although all but one of these folks are still in business, I've refused to point fingers and name names because despite the screw-ups and disappointments, I don't believe anyone gets into the GIMP customs business as a deliberate scammer. They come through for most of their clients, and every now and again, things "fall out". That said, if enough GIMPers on this board are considering customs, I'm happy to dish the dirt on those I think are high-risk producers. As Ralphus notes, DHT seems quite circumspect him or herself, and I'd love to know more about his/her story too. Does anyone want to hear more? On the plus side, I will happily recommend a producer who has consistently met my expectations, and often exceeds them. John Marshall (PKF) has commissioned five customs for me, and I have been happy with the results in each case. Although John and I may differ in our fetish interests, he does not try to sway my requests or modify the video to broaden the market or reduce expenses. He does all he can to satisfy his customers' fantasies, and is up-front and accessible in the planning stages of a project. The only reason I don't patronize PKF exclusively is that John's stable of actresses tends to include mainly tattooed teens (i.e. 19 - 24 year-olds) who don't match my own GIMPette ideal.Saturday, February 4th 2012 - 04:18:21 AM Name: D. Santorum E-mail address: dsantorum@inbox.com I would very much like to hear more about experiences with commissioning custom work. I was toying with a couple of ideas for the Annabelle's Fantasies site last year, but then the opportunity to have Amy and Jac film a public flogging came along (which I understand is happening over the next few days....boy, would I love to be down in Bolvia right now). I'm not sure I'll ever do something like this again, due to not wanting to devote a substantial portion of my life savings to it. But who knows. So yes, tell us your stories! Saturday, February 4th 2012 - 08:31:34 AM Name: A


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