Sunday, March 30, 2008

Testing the Limits of a Reluctant Sensitive Guy

In our review of the Skinamax flick Testing the Limits we introduce the concepts of the Reluctant Sensitive Guy and Lurking Heavy Plot.

The Reluctant Sensitive Guy is a protagonist who isn't interested in all the hot, sexy stuff his girlfriend wants to do. He'd rather stick with reading his old copies of Reader's Digest and sipping weak tea, possibly with a side of vanilla wafers. It's a surprisingly common character in Skinamax films. We explore the concept.

"I sure hope that Sensitive Guy lets us get it on!"

The Lurking Heavy Plot is a device wherein a story that's basically a romance (like the first half hour of Birthday Girl) or a sexual romp (as is Testing the Limits) is ended with an crime melodrama theme, often with little or no development of the theme earlier in the movie. The Lurking Heavy Plot is popular because it allows the writer to slide away from completing the character development that they started earlier in the film. It's a cheat, a scam, a sleazy attempt to substitute hamburger for steak. Happens ALL THE TIME in Skinamax films.

On the bright side, Lorissa McComas gets bound and gagged and naked, though not all at once, and Lorissa McComas is incredibly gorgeous, one of the few Skinamax actresses whose facial beauty matches her body's opulence. Go to my review and check it out if you don't believe me.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Over the Wire Goes Over the Top

Does the movie "Over the Wire" contain the raunchest sexual bondage scene in any mainstream film? I think it just might. If it doesn't -- it's close. The tiny image above gives you some idea ... nude, doggie style, hands cuffed behind, with a gag. You don't see that a lot in ANY film.

I've written a review of the movie to make my point. Check it out by clicking on this type.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Flash Gordon Sneaks A Drooling Ballgag Scene into Mainstream TV!

Flash Gordon, a series noted by many for not doing anything well, has somehow managed to sneak a really good ballgag scene that looks like it involves drooling (it doesn't really, but it sure LOOKS that way) into US mainstream TV. How did that happen? Click on this text to find out!