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If only we could do that with all evil authority figures who abuse religion to further their own interests.
DHT: Great, thanks for the info on Flower and Snake.
Of course, I feel the exact same way about the current glut of torture porn movies advertised as horror, so I guess that doesn't disqualify him as a GIMPer after all.
However, I did note that in all of his movie reviews, he didn't review the remake of (or the original) I Spit on Your Grave, the remake of (or the original) Last House on the Left, or any other classic GIMP flicks.
Dear Jon Smithie: In fact: I'm Taiwanese, not Japanese, I just like to watch Japanese torture video, most of them are powerful torture and not too bloody for me.
Here is one of my favorite one: "Girl Boss: Revenge", hope you like it address: Boss Revenge 1973 DVDRip Xvi D INC EXTRAS Kamui Simon: Thanks for the link. I've been racking my brains for branding scenes but can't come up with anything really good. Ralphus wrote (to John Galt): Whatever happened on that "Camelot" series you mentioned a while back If I may jump in; I watched Camelot on Netflix.
I have Netflix streaming so I'll try to check it out. Insomniac: I love it when we get scoops on new upcoming GIMP films, very good find.
------- Now, this is what makes the site so much fun: posters contributing pics, previews, reviews, links, pics, comments and info. All you had to say was "Nicole Kidman tortured" and I'm there.
Oh, and by the way, I'm also glad you decided to post and hope to read more from you! Thanks for the heads up John Galt for I was thinking of buying it because of that phoney steam scene. A new movie called Trespass starring Nicole Kidman and Nicholas Cage is set for a limited theatrical run in the fall followed by a quick DVD release.
No steam cooked Wonder Woman or Americana whatever! The movie is about a family that falls victim to a home invasion.
One IMDB reviewer says the situation "gets out of control "with "torture and humiliation" involved.
Which is really a shame because it would have been so cool to find a fellow GIMPer publishing GIMP-ish books.
*sigh* However, what I notice was that Jimmy is a Kindle e-book and is on sale for only $.99.