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The last part of my post was written with tongue partly in cheek; how fortunate that we do not type with our tongues!
There is almost none, and the little there for me was meh. The Aussies would do better to give us a sequel to that mean little gem: Wolf Creek . It seems odd, because there was no tampering with Daughters of Satan, which had two scenes that were rougher than those in , IMO.
Any one who can shed some light on that will have my profound appreciation. S., it is more common to object to content because of its alleged insidious, corrupting influence on individuals, ultimately leading to social consequences (anti-social or illegal behavior) or a more global undermining of community moral standards.
In other words, moralists here seem less concerned about the effect on the viewer than they are about the ultimate effect on society as a whole - at least, if we're interpreting their language correctly. Today's picture proves burning torture always works. I still intend to seek out the latter for sure, since I'll eventually be able to rent it for cheap. ------------------------- Yik Yakker: I was intrigued by your streaming issue on so I decided to check on it myself.
Actually, I thought the most effective scene of the show came at the very beginning, where we see another woman slowly being tortured by being crushed with large rocks. That very short less then ten second pyre on fire bats scene made no entertainment sense to me at all. I live with my stepsister and boyfriend now who are much more lax when it comes to things like this - even though I don't think they really know how much I am into this kind of stuff.
Let the fire at least build up for minute or two before the rescue. I like to picture myself in the place of the victims I see on this site and in films.
In fact, you've misread my post because you've imagined a comma where none exists. By the way, though I can't quite match your advanced years, I'm no spring chicken myself. Both have done much with sites such as Infernal Restraints and (? Ralphus - stumbled across "9 Days" several weeks ago on Amazon - failed to pull the trigger - one reason was, as you mentioned, a no name cast which is often suspect - the other was I simply did not find the victim all that appealing - "Vanished" is a new one on me and looks interesting - see what I can find out. I have never read or heard such a diversity of descriptions of sweat breaking out and running over a woman's body. You even celebrate the delights of a garnishing of fine, fair hair over a woman's limbs and a garnishing of down over her torso. With a title like that, there's no way Netflix would ever carry it... I see that IMDb describes it as "darkly comedic." That does not bode well.
That's just less common - which is why I referenced the geezers as possible Group 1 members in Osouk's taxonomy. It is actually quite good unless, that is, you are looking solely for GIMP. We hear the whipping noises and the girl's reactions, but when the visuals return, it's all over.
------------------------- Well, I finally got around to looking at the most recent episode of "Criminal Minds", the one that teased us in the preview with branding torture and BATS.
Unfortunately, that's all it was, basically, a tease.
Becky - sorry if I messed up the formatting of this I don't have much experience.
Joe Pass and Becky: Looks like we have a couple of newbies here.