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 was not aware of the subject matter before I saw this film. I am a horror fan and collect horror films. Why did I go to see the film at Slamdance? This really should be in any horror fan's collection. Because the horror is real. There are no super villains here, except maybe greed, cowardice, and the desire to control others. People doing things in this documentary are doing them at their own free will. Let us not go into discussion of what free will is. But no one forced the models to be forced to orgasm or experience pain. They got paid for it too. So anyway, its a very good film.
This is like what would happen if Hannibal Lechtor was not a douche and he gave an honest interview.
And didn't listen to classical music. Why must all villains listen to classical music? Evil has a human face. This film is genuinely scary because it is true. Like those experiments they did when regular people would torture others when told to do it by authority figures.
This is a good film to see with a date. If she likes it, she'll probably be fun in bed.
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