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One of those incredibly rare moments with opportunity for a summertime post - Badger - that Robert Carmichael flick is available on this side of the pond - picked up a nice quality dvd a few months back - just can't recall where it came from - sorry - keep in mind that scene is the only Gimp worthy part of the film but I thought it worth the price of admission - and quite the gruesome ending to boot. I am concerned the film seems kind of short but I think I'll still check it out. The first showed an AOH bit with a witch being feasted on and then raped by blood-sucking Catholic vampire priests (but I repeat myself).
To the everlasting misfortune of Gimpers everywhere the harem will be departing for school in a couple of weeks allowing me to get back in the game - it has been a long summer without the input of you sick twisted perverts. No nudity, I'm afraid, which was a minor disappointment seeing as how the show can usually be depended on for some excellent skin.
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.
Home invasion films often come through with good scenes.
As far as whether there will be any GIMPage, I'm not sure how you can logically torture someone without tying her up first.
Like many other things about this movie, I don't know.
In the whipping scene it's hard to see clearly but it looks to me like they're whipping her with arugula, which as we all know, hurts a great deal more than either romaine or iceberg lettuce, or even celery. So, I guess Attackers is doing something special for "Lady Panther 10", the 10th entry in one of their better series about female cat burglars and thieves that get caught, raped, and enslaved.
I looked at the trailer and you weren't kidding about the high production values. This time, though, the flames were more in evidence. And if you were wondering, the mass of flames in the foreground in the second picture below is a vampire priest called out into the sunlight self-immolating.He says "The title of the movies suggests a Thriller with a couple of twists, however audiences are exposed to disturbing, sick, survival ride." Someone asked him about a projected MPAA rating, and he responded "There is no doubt its an R rated film." He also says "Kidman delivers a brave surprising performance. It's a very demanding role as her character twists and turns, at some point she blindsided me." Now it's still uncertain if there will be any GIMP scenes, and this reviewer could be full of it.