Personally, I can visualize an hour and a half of nudity, torture, and sex that is engaging, watchable and entertaining.I am having a problem visualizing an hour and a half of psychological mind fucking that would hold my attention.

And to go even further, suspensions, inversions and plastic bag torture.

Well, to my delight, there just happened to be 2 offering at Nicheclips the past 2 days, so I thought I'd give a go at a couple of mini reviews.

This was an amazing feat...getting stars like Daryl Hannah, Jennifer Tilly and Charlotte Ayana, among others, to get beautifully naked on stage. John Galt: I saw the first Ginger movie in a mainstream (though deteriorating) theater in Washington D. Gotta say that the scene late in the movie when Ms. They may not be as explicit as some people would like but I find they work just fine. Jennifer Beals in Flashdance and Salma Hayek in From Dusk Til Dawn AND Dogma are two more actresses who should have left the stripper roles to someone who could actually strip. And that Jennifer Brooks (AKA Laurie Rose) was also hot. I am more a fan of bondage sex or sexual torture than straightforward blood-and-suffering torture, though, so I need to select carefully so as not to be disappointed and communicate that in the inevitable follow-up forum review.

Caffaro was tied up on the bed and Jersey's version of Simon Le Gree has his way with her almost proved embarrassing for me, being in public and all. Not GIMP movies, but hopefully an inspiration to Ms. As you guys could probably tell (for those of you that paid attention that is), I'm really big into B&D and erotic asphyxiation.

I think your corporate masters are violating their own prime directive -- make money -- by going soft on the Colleen Stan story.

----- John Galt wrote: Of course, this is coming from a movie watcher who gets completely annoyed at movies about strippers starring actresses with no-nudity contract clauses.

And that's just feature-length films, for which there is no excuse. Maybe not much, but they still made the drive-in scene and should be considered mainstream. I have seen no evidence that he could pull off the kind of movie for which I am waiting.

The number of American TV shows and Made-for-TV movies dealing with strippers and prostitutes are too numerous to mention. But Jessica Alba does seem to go for an inordinate number of roles that should involve nudity but sadly do not. If they made the drive-in circuit, it was after I stopped going. He might be good at graphic torture porn, but nudity and sexual violence don't seem to be his forte. Just so you know, we are going to have some gruesome parts in the Agent, near the end. We are incorporating more elements this time that we usually don't have in our movies such as strangulation, electro-torture, etc.

The only mainstream director out there who I think could Possibly pull it off might be Rob Zombie. Which movies were able to edge over into the graphic and still make money in theaters? And even those didn't go far enough by my current tastes.

A Canadian: Lindsay Lohan in I Know Who Killed Me, Natalie Portman in Closer, and Mitzi Kapture in Angel III also qualified for my snarkiness, just to name three that immediately spring to mind.

What happened to the Bill Zebub I used to know who would write long posts about the need to stay true to his artistic vision? If the Colleen Stan story has created an opportunity for you to go mainstream, you gotta take it.