Graphic Sexual Horror takes a peek behind the terrifying facade behind the most notorious of bondage websites, exploring the dark mind of its artistic creator and asking hard questions ... See full summary »
Graphic Sexual Horror takes a peek behind the terrifying facade behind the most notorious of bondage websites, exploring the dark mind of its artistic creator and asking hard questions about personal responsibility. Interviews reveal deep fascinations with bondage and sadomasochism that run parallel, and in fact become irreversibly entwined with the lure of money. Written by
I just got back from the Montreal screening of GSH as part of the Fantasia Festival. As someone who has been interested in and played in the BDSM scene for many years, and who was also an Insex member back in the good old days, it was quite something to witness first-hand your documentary. The interviews with the cast were enlightening and for the most part candid and brutally honest. It was interesting to see, feel and hear the crowd having their first "insex" visuals, as I am sure most of them were unfamiliar with the source material beforehand judging by their uncomfortable laughter and comments at times. I found you did a very good job of keeping the material tasteful while illustrating well the depths that it could go to. You captured well an important period of internet and sexual history, and also an important part of my younger life in my 20's. Thanks to both of you for making this documentary. And especially thank you for all of the the vision of the cast, crew and models that made Insex possible over all those years.
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