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File: 899571720e7ea07⋯.jpg (139.65 KB, 960x936, 40:39, musarañas-Macarena_Gomez.jpg)

 No.2012[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Is /bestemma/ ever coming back?

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 No.2559

Just watched Il gatto a nove code (1971, The Cat o' Nine Tails) by Dario Argento. The second installment of the animal trilogy, it's an impressive improvement on L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo.

Overall a lot more intense, with better murder sequences and without the derivative feel from the previous installment and a tension that won't give up. Makes me wonder what made Argento improve so much in just one year. Was it the better budget allowing him to discard more takes in search of excellence? Was it the criticism making him able to recognize and correct his flaws? Was it just the experience? Whatever it was, I'm impressed.

There's very little bad things to say about this movie. mostly nipticking about plot details like the implausibility of the murderer knowing about the photographer having the picture.

There's a good deal of false leads that make the guessing game all the more exciting, and chases by foot that are a staple of that era of filmmaking. You don't see those rooftop chases anymore and they're great and engaging cheap to produce action.

You can't miss this one, not as stylish as Profondo Rosso but great nevertheless. Highly recommended.

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Got done with 4 mosche di velluto grigio (Four Flies on Grey Velvet, 1971), finishing the Animal Trilogy. Once again, Argento delivers. This time dreams play a big role, and there's some elements from the first movie like the visits to some unsavory yet helpful characters. There's some sketchy forensics but they're quite effective as a plot device and certainly more believably if more outlandish than what you'd see in CSI. Argento likes playing with ideas from fields that are foreign for most watchers, including myself. Disproven ideas, but ones that make for brilliant plot devices. The soundtrack was really nice too. I suspected the killer's identity fairly early, but the film has some details that throw you off.

It also included some horror elements that would later show up on Profondo Rosso, like the puppets.

Great lighting too, very noiresque at parts. It's stylish but not in the colorful way later Argento works are. Very refined giallo.

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 No.2561

>>2560

>>2555

>>2559

I got copies of these the other night. Can't wait to give them a watch.

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 No.2578

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

1987 interview with Arlene & Andy Sidaris and Playmate/actress Dona Speir.

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 No.2585

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Looks like a mix of Blastfighter & Cobra – in a good way. The poster reminds me a lot of Umberto Lenzi’s 1988 slasher Nightmare Beach.

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 No.1275[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Come discuss 80s horror.

>inb4 this is not sapphic. The horror genre in particular has been far more inclusive of queer themes than most and for longer than the current year fad of being allies found in today's mainstream offerings so suck a dick if you have a problem with it.

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 No.2535

>>2533

>hat toxic seaweed looked an awful lot like strands on green-coloured bubblewrap

Oh my gosh I know right? You could see the fabric weave.

>they should have made it pollution or something natural in the cave instead

I guess they want to have the evil scientist/government to blame for the horrible creations.

>We need to check if she’s been in any more 1980s horror films like this – it could be her niche.

YES

>The plot of Shark - Rosso nell’oceano/Devil Fish sounds similar to the Peter Benchley mini-series Creature from 1998 with Craig T. Nelson & Kim Cattrall as well;

This sounds familiar. I think it came up on /tv/ perhaps at some time. Will have to look for a copy.

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 No.2537

>>2533

>We need to check if she’s been in any more 1980s horror films like this – it could be her niche.

Sadly, according to her IMDB, it doesn't appear so.

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 No.2575

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>>2535

>You could see the fabric weave.

Yeah, very cheeky of them to try and pull that off. Though to be fair they probably never expected people to see it in HD up close like that. I don’t think the film had a theatrical run, so people only saw it on their 4:3 CRT TV, and that probably hid a lot of the problems.

>This sounds familiar. I think it came up on /tv/ perhaps at some time. Will have to look for a copy.

Yeah, I brought it up in a thread on this board. Pretty impressive special effects for a TV mini series.

Got around to watch Prophecy (1979) yesterday; directed by John Frankenheimer & written by David Seltzer, who also wrote the novelisation, said to be superior to the film. Was pleasantly surprised by the characters in this film; there are thankfully no teenagers heading out into a cabin in the woods to party in this – all the characters are mature and, while there are some clichéd sides to them, they never go overboard.

Some familiar names/faces in the film; Talia Shire, Robert Foxworth, Richard Dysart (John Carpenter’s The Thing) & Armand Assante. I couldn’t get over how much Robert Foxworth looks like Michael Shannon – it’s uncanny, the resemblance between them.

Read online that the director was struggling with alcoholism during the shooting, but this is a very competently made film – looks beautiful, great score (and great use of silence to add to the scene as well), and it is pretty well-written for a horror film about a bear-monster running rampant. Very effective, atmospheric opening of the search/rescue team in the woods at night – natural lighting, and the sound of the wind in the trees… great stuff.

The film also does a great job setting up the remoteness of the setting – we see the characters travelling deep into the wilderness; air-plane, car, boat… with all signs of human civilisation slowly fading away completely.

The “tunnel scene” is by far my faPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2582

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Another surprising film; The Initiation (1984), like Curtains (1983), is a very atypical slasher, and the influence on Scream Queens even more obvious. I am almost certain the exteriors/interiors of the mental institution are the same as those in The Dead Pit (1989), and there are also a few surface similarities to that film.

It is a somewhat uneven film; the good parts are really good and make it stand out, but there are parts that really could have been fixed/changed without much effort.

More attention on the characters, especially those we spend time with inside the mall; and a change from the clichéd fratboys would have been nice. Hell Night (1981) managed to give extra depth to the same character types in the exact same predicament; locked inside a building as part of the sorority’s/fraternity’s hazing of the pledges and stalked by a killer.

There are brief glimpses of more character development, but before long it quickly goes back to treating them like clichés again.

The third act is the most uneven and really could have done with some changes – it really feels contrived at times how characters manage to stay unaware of the killer picking them off one by one, especially when one murder is heard over the damn speakers. Surely there would be another exit the characters could try, or a way to open the only exit we see from within?

There are enough small “problems” like these that keep me from really loving this film. It is a damn shame, since it has a lot of good things going for it.

I think it would have been an improvement to have a more visible, masked killer instead, of the constant shots of the gloved hand. They could probably have done some more cool things with the killer given the reveal…

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 No.2584

File: edf65c750a606b8⋯.jpg (73.29 KB, 600x846, 100:141, Nightwish_1989_.jpg)

File: e64a018ea7de18e⋯.jpg (204.23 KB, 1000x1500, 2:3, Deadly_Manor_1990_.jpg)

Nightwish (1989) stars Brian Thompson (Cobra, Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

<A professor and four graduate students journey to a crumbling mansion to investigate paranormal activity and must battle ghosts, aliens and satanic entities.

NIGHTWISH TRAILER (Sci-Fi, Horror, USA, 1989): https://invidio.us/watch?v=5V8Sy6qd2qk

Deadly Manor (1990) is a Spanish-American slasher directed by José Ramón Larraz, who directed Vampyres (1974)

<A group of teenagers take refuge in an old, deserted mansion. Soon the members of the group start turning up dead, and the teenagers realize that they're not alone in the mansion.

Deadly Manor Official Trailer HD: https://invidio.us/watch?v=GDVgTCrmh7c

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 No.2163[Reply]

Everything from Invidious/YouTube embeds to WebMs & mp4 and everything else music related – not necessarily sapphic in nature, though that is a big plus.

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 No.2563

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>>2562

There’s a technique metal singers use to do that style of singing, “growling”, without damaging their voice – if you do it wrong you’ll end up sounding hoarse, maybe worse…

Tatiana moves from growls to harsh vocals effortlessly in the blink of an eye, and her clean vocals are stunning…

Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth does that switch between growls and clean vocals effortlessly too, but he’s growls are not as aggressive as Tatiana’s. Their sound reminds me of Opeth though, but I’m not familiar with Opeth’s later albums.

Tatiana has the most impressive metal vocals I have heard – she can go from clean female vocals to growls, unlike any other singer I can think of.

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 No.2564

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>>2563

>Tatiana moves from growls to harsh vocals effortlessly in the blink of an eye, and her clean vocals are stunning…

Wow that's amazing, it sounds like a completely different person.

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 No.2580

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>>2564

I am so fascinated by that band right now; the guitarist, bassist and drummer are all on point all the time as well. And Tatiana has a scene presence that is really cool; she is really high energy.

Gallowdance by Lebanon Hanover; here is the top comment on YT:

<i’m gonna be 100% real with you, i thought the title was lesbian hangover for a solid 4 seconds

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 No.2581

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>>2580

>Tatiana has a scene presence that is really cool; she is really high energy.

I can dig the singing, but the growling is just not my thing. Makes me want to cover my ears.

>Gallowdance by Lebanon Hanover

Nice track

<i’m gonna be 100% real with you, i thought the title was lesbian hangover for a solid 4 seconds

kek

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 No.2583

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>>2581

That is weird… no desire to crank up the volume and headbang, at all? Depends on the mood, I guess. It is not something that fits all the time.

How about a cover of Phantom of the Opera by Nightwish instead? Tarja’s operatic vocals and symphonic metal at its finest.

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 No.1287[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Previous thread: >>6

Back due to popular demand, the thread to talk about sapphic kinos, be it short films, indie, TV shows/episodes, webseries, characters, &c. See previous thread for a comprehensive list of recommended films & TV shows.

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 No.2491

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Last night I watched Sergio Martino's Tutti i colori del buio (1972, All the Colors of the Dark). It stars Edwige Fenech as Jane and it was scored by Bruno Nicolai, the man who created the scores of Emilio Miraglia's two gialli that we have reviewed in the past: La notte che Evelyn uscì dalla tomba (1971) and La dama rossa uccide sette volte (1972). As usual, he delivers a fantastic score. That's not where the coincidences with those two films end, we get the ever wonderful Marina Malfatti who was in those two, and she wears a red cloak at one point in the film. I will try to keep the review spoiler-free. Like Miraglia's first giallo, the story takes place in England, but it doesn't feel British at all (even if this one nails the cars and architecture as it was shot on location, at least on the external shots). Maybe it's because I watched the Italian version, but I wouldn't have it any other way.

Martino treats us to a mixture of giallo and gothic horror elements, as well as cults. It is first and foremost a giallo, though. The film is heavily influenced by Polanski's Rosemary's Baby and it's been unfairly accused of being a ripoff. Martino's work is very self-aware of its similarities and it constantly uses them to mess with the viewer's mind.

Dreams play a key role in this film. Our beautiful porcelain-skinned protagonist Jane suffers from a recurring nightmare featuring an unnaturally blue-eyed man who stabs a woman in it. She's been having these nightmares ever since she and her fiancé Richard -a pharma sales rep- were in a car accident where she lost their baby. Ever since the accident, she also has visions of the man whenever they attempt to have sex, making her panic and frustrating them both. Because of his job, he's on the road most of the time meaning she is left alone to deal with her inner demons. I believe Fulci took inspiration from it to make his film Murder Rock in 1984, some of the oneiric elements are similar. Fulci's approach makes use of more aesthetic conventions of giallo such as the black-gloved killer, though.

Against Richard's will, Jane's sister gets her an appointment with a psychiatrist that she works with. Richard is against it because he deems psychiatrists to be hacPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2496

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>>2491

The biography on Mario Bava by Tim Lucas is titled All the Colors of the Night. Might be a connection to Martino’s film there, no?

I’ll have to add this to my already lengthy backlog. The combination of Gothic horror and giallo is one I enjoy a lot.

Just finished Nudo e selvaggio/Massacre in Dinosaur Valley from 1985, with Michael Sopkiw, directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini. Quite an interesting mix of characters in this, and in a refreshing change from U.S. films the characters are portrayed in various shades of grey. The protagonist, Kevin Hall, played by Michael Sopkiw, is a likeable guy – not a typical goody-two-shoes hero. Sopkiw has charisma and screen presence, and he makes for a great 1980s B-movie action hero.

There is the illusion or implication of depth with some of the characters I quite like – the film doesn’t waste much time and moves as a brisk pace, so the technique of making the characters seem to have extra depth is quite clever.

Quite a lot of nudity in the film, and even a sapphic scene, as indicated by the trailer.

One of the characters, Capt. John Heinz, uses the phrase “green Hell” to describe the jungle – this must be a reference to Cannibal Holocaust, where they call the jungle the “green inferno”. I watched the English dub of the film – no doubt the Italian dub uses the “green inferno” phrase from Cannibal Holocaust.

The Green Inferno is also the name of a 2013 cannibal film by Eli Roth. I think there could be some interesting non-PC themes there; rich, clueless Westerners with “White saviour” complex, perhaps even “White guilt”, heading out into the jungle to help the poor natives

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 No.2498

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>>2496

>The biography on Mario Bava by Tim Lucas is titled All the Colors of the Night. Might be a connection to Martino’s film there, no?

You can spare the conditionals, Tutti i colore del buio is a household name in giallo, I'm certain it's a reference to it.

>I’ll have to add this to my already lengthy backlog. The combination of Gothic horror and giallo is one I enjoy a lot.

I'm sure you'll like it. It's not without its faults but it's enjoyable nevertheless. By the way, here's Marina Malfatti in her red cloak, with Edwige Fenech walking behind her.

>Tarantini

It shouldn't, but it made me kek.

>The protagonist, Kevin Hall, played by Michael Sopkiw, is a likeable guy – not a typical goody-two-shoes hero. Sopkiw has charisma and screen presence, and he makes for a great 1980s B-movie action hero.

I should watch Nudo e selvaggio, it's always good to have Sopkiw around.

By the way, how about we review Mario Bava's Cani Arrabbiati (1974, Rabid Dogs) starring George Eastman among others and with Lamberto Bava as the assistant director? Should be done in the /bestemma/ thread, as it's not sapphic or 80s horror (or horror at all). It's an odd one for a Bava film, with a muted look. It's similar to the contemporary poliziotteschi but lacks some of their elements and is more centered around the criminals than the policemen. NAHOM released the Kino Lorber version as supervised by Lamberto Bava (there's several versions around because the production company went bankrupt back in the day, and the film was only brought to light in 1995 after Lea Kruger's efforts (she was one of the protagonists and wanted it to be shown). Lamberto disowned that version and did his own based on an approximation of what the film editor Carlo Reali's rough cut was like.

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 No.2526

>>2460

>>2450

>I got the feeling there was something going on between Sarah and Sheriff Tweed too – maybe it was just my yuri goggles sapphic spectacles being left on after the porch scene?

I'm going to have to watch this one again.

>>2460

I thought that I had watch the whole trilogy, but now that I think about it, I think I may have been so disappointed with Inferno that I never bothered watching Mother of Tears.

>It's worst sin is being an Argento film that doesn't look like one

Yeah it looks like Argento's films just got worse and worse as time went on. The magic disappears. Happens to a lot of directors. They start out great, develop a name, and then go downhill.

>>2496

>The Green Inferno is also the name of a 2013 cannibal film by Eli Roth. I think there could be some interesting non-PC themes there; rich, clueless Westerners with “White saviour” complex, perhaps even “White guilt”, heading out into the jungle to help the poor natives

I watched this a few years ago. You're not far off. The movie itself was nothing special, but it did have a touch of social criticism of our current year cultural pitfalls.

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 No.2576

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Another adaptation of Le Fanu’s Carmilla, this one from Spain; La novia ensangrentada/The Bloodspattered Bride (1972) by Vicente Aranda and starring Simón Andreu, Maribel Martín, & Alexandra Bastedo.

A review of the film in Starburst magazine: https://archive.org/details/Starburst_Magazine_025_1980-09_Marvel-UK/page/n11/mode/2up

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 No.478[Reply]

How about illustrations of lesbians?

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 No.2551

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>>2545

Yeah, pop culture references tend to date like milk. If they sneak them in as a easter egg it’s OK, but something blatant (“I’m Beyoncé!”) is not gonna age well. I’d argue that one is already dated.

And the humour appears to be rather immature, like Moonbeam City. Not a big fan of Harley’s new look either; I prefer the classic Bruce Timm look from Batman: The Animated Series.

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 No.2557

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A bit of fresh /co/ related news… Ruby Rose decides to jump ship on Batwoman after one season.

‘Batwoman’ Star Ruby Rose Exits Series Ahead of Season 2 – Variety: http://archive.vn/fFEyG

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 No.2565

>>2557

Yikes, fleeing a sinking ship? I never did get around to watching it. What do you think happened?

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 No.2568

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>>2565

The article mentions that Rose hurt her back and had surgery because of a stunt in Batwoman in September last year. Another chick was badly injured on the set of the show as well:

<A Vancouver comedian is staying positive and hopeful that she’ll be able to walk again after getting seriously injured on the set of the Batwoman TV show.

Vancouver comic paralyzed from waist down after accident on ‘Batwoman’ set | Globalnews.ca: http://web.archive.org/web/20200316130453/https://globalnews.ca/news/6681161/vancouver-paralyzed-accident-batwoman-set/

The ratings were pretty awful, but they had a small bump on the series finale apparently; maybe because they brought in Bruce and a recognisable villain. I’m still on episode six or seven or something; had no idea the first season was twenty fucking episodes.

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 No.2573

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>>2568

>The article mentions that Rose hurt her back and had surgery because of a stunt in Batwoman in September last year.

>Vancouver comic paralyzed from waist down after accident on ‘Batwoman’ set

What a trash show to be so dangerous. Guess they cheaped out on professionals to plan and manage such things on set.

>I’m still on episode six or seven or something; had no idea the first season was twenty fucking episodes.

Lol are you going to bother watching the rest of the season?

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 No.147[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

A thread for cute pictures (including gifs!) of girls liking girls.

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 No.1944

File: 306fb4583a8069f⋯.png (182.67 KB, 424x340, 106:85, 9c0.png)

>>1941

This is my Kryptonite.

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 No.1947

File: 92dbacd5e434f70⋯.jpg (93.96 KB, 768x566, 384:283, orpsvwpexfodskbfb3pm.jpg)

>>1944

ORly?

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 No.2527

File: ecc41ac7c8abb65⋯.jpg (35.19 KB, 640x427, 640:427, EX9UQuvXQAA0FQp.jpg)

>>1947

Congrats to the birth of Musk & Grimes' baby!

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 No.2570

File: 7826d8e19be4646⋯.jpg (227 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, fine_art_nude_akt_fotograf….jpg)

>>2527

Wait, they named the kid X Æ A-12? Man, I wonder what this kid is gonna be like as a grown-up.

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 No.2572

File: c3ef2e3661bf34f⋯.jpg (384.43 KB, 2048x2048, 1:1, EYLQvGsXQAcV3Ao.jpg)

>>2570

Apparently it translates to Sasha Archangel or something.

>I wonder what this kid is gonna be like as a grown-up.

A Martian probably.

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File: 9f1a2a558e4b767⋯.jpg (83.2 KB, 759x1024, 759:1024, Corona.jpg)

 No.2008[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Faster!

There's no earthly way of knowing

which direction we are going

There's no knowing where we're rowing

or which way the river's flowing

Is it raining? Is it snowing?

Is a hurricane a blowing?

Not a spec of light is showing

so the danger must be growing

Are the fires of hell a glowing?

Is the grisly reaper mowing?

Yes! The danger must be growing

for the rowers keep on rowing

And they're certainly not showing

any signs that they are slowing

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 No.2547

<The migrant raped the organizer a second time after she made him read feminist essays

Far-Left Magazine Shuts Down After Indian Migrant Editor Allegedly Rapes Antifa Activist - National File: http://archive.vn/gJ9R5

Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?

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 No.2548

File: e41e4745b58b0b9⋯.jpg (243.23 KB, 1200x677, 1200:677, welcome_to_hard_times.jpg)

>>2547

We are definitely beyond satire now.

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 No.2566

File: a110d593bbabed3⋯.mp4 (109.03 KB, 726x720, 121:120, SrWKaqYAkwsfp3FO.mp4)

File: 328e619f5cfa474⋯.mp4 (425.25 KB, 360x360, 1:1, _screams_into_cup_.mp4)

Have to be back on site in 3 days.

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 No.2569

File: 80163f09493d74c⋯.jpg (60.23 KB, 546x1024, 273:512, c3b478f60566c2eba223993bf9….jpg)

>>2566

You can wear face masks and gloves, right?

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 No.2571

File: faa7c6f517bdeaa⋯.mp4 (6.71 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, Get_Mario_Karted.mp4)

>>2569

>You can wear face masks and gloves, right?

They haven't mentioned either of those.

We'll be given hand sanitizer.

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File: c0129685a96ec83⋯.png (23.41 KB, 600x600, 1:1, dfeda8e1.png)

 No.1847[Reply]

whad the fug is going on heres X–DDD XD and why is id full of degeneracy :—DDDDD

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 No.2540

>>2536

>I don't mind Blaire White.

Aye, Blaire seems pretty on the level, and Line Trap/Bailey Jay too, who is a big fan of cheesy B-movies/horror and Vincent Price. Bailey also did a retro horror hostess show as Shemalia, a homage to Vampira and Elvira some years ago.

Then you have individuals like the fellow in Canada who sued a beauty salon when they refused to wax his balls, and the “it’s Ma’am!” character.

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 No.2541

>>2536

>>2537

You guys are too tolerant lol, fuck trannies. They belong in an asylum.

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 No.2544

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2540

> Line Trap/Bailey Jay

Unfamiliar with Bailey Jay.

>Then you have individuals like the fellow in Canada who sued a beauty salon when they refused to wax his balls, and the “it’s Ma’am!” character.

Yep. Blaire has gone after both of them.

>>2541

#notalltrannies

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 No.2550

Vimeo embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2544

Bailey/Line Trap actually has a Wiki article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bailey_Jay

I remember back in the good ol’ days on 4chan /b/ when anons were discussing if Line Trap was a guy or a girl, based on some photos of Line Trap attending some convention or something.

Found this Christmas edition of Film Fiasco on Vimeo. Not sure how many episodes they made of that show, but it is kinda fun, and Bailey appears to have a good sense of humour. Remember seeing a screencap of Bailey calling out some PC BS on Twitter as well.

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 No.2553

>>2550

>Found this Christmas edition of Film Fiasco on Vimeo. Not sure how many episodes they made of that show, but it is kinda fun, and Bailey appears to have a good sense of humour.

Had it running for a while and it is quite /comfy/.

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File: d2eaece03433820⋯.jpg (67.06 KB, 620x711, 620:711, d2eaece0343382091aa18a31a7….jpg)

 No.52[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

the funny thread

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 No.1926

File: 46024176afa11c5⋯.png (74.48 KB, 200x273, 200:273, 1531783982543.png)

>>1897

>>1895

>>1898

witches are lewd and don't exist.

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 No.1929

File: 567f9dbfc3aa823⋯.gif (1.35 MB, 200x200, 1:1, Ruby.gif)

>>1926

Yes, of course. Just silly talk.

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 No.1940

File: b7485133db49ff5⋯.webm (10.02 MB, 720x576, 5:4, BtVS - S4E9 - Something B….webm)

>>1926

>witches are lewd and don't exist.

Watch it buddy, or I'll turn you into a rat….eventually.

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 No.2380

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Whoever made this didn't call it a YTP.

But that's exactly what it is and it's bloody excellent!

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 No.2516

File: c351666a85a9d05⋯.webm (2 MB, 960x716, 240:179, right_in_the_kisser.webm)

>>2380

>But that's exactly what it is and it's bloody excellent!

Agreed.

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File: d66c35ecf5f57e2⋯.gif (636.21 KB, 350x308, 25:22, kjsdffewnkds.gif)

 No.1[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Welcome to Sapphic Dreams where we discuss all things sapphic. Art, literature, music, the moving image and everything else. Speak your mind.

RULES

The Global Rule applies

No pornography

Pedos & pedo apologists fuck off

Spammers will be banned

Stay relatively within the board theme

Don't be a dickhead

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 No.2506

>>2505

The explanation says it's both trans man or trans woman.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/trans-identified_male#English

I still don't fucking understand if it's referring to MTF or FTM.

<The first sense is used chiefly by individuals who believe that transgender women should be regarded as male.

Wut. I assume the anon was referring to males. These acronyms are too confusing.

>>2502

>as with most boards, mostly guys or trans and then the occasional woman.

>i wish it werent that way

I don't know man. Being around many women chattering can be pretty exhausting.

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 No.2508

>>2506

and its exhausting to be around males who converse like a cement brick and arent in touch with their emotions. whats your point?

this is a board about women liking women and you dont want women? why post at all?

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 No.2510

File: 12e01f29f5b85fa⋯.png (781.3 KB, 839x578, 839:578, chill_out.png)

>>2508

angry tranny detected

>this is a board about women liking women and you dont want women? why post at all?

>you dont want women?

<many women chattering can be pretty exhausting.

Are you an EAL speaker?

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 No.2513

>>2510

no but i suspect you have autism

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 No.2514

>>2513

What an astounding insight. Autism on image boards is really rare bro.

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 No.2511[Reply]

How do you cope knowing being a dyke slut means not fulfilling your ONLY FUCKING BIOLOGICAL TASK?

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File: 654e7c02e0713c6⋯.png (1.83 MB, 1600x900, 16:9, 1549370951676.png)

 No.1463[Reply]

I feel like this meme is pretty sapphic. Anyone want to dump more of this meme? I need more of them on this computer.. Also does the girl in this meme have a name? I am strangely aroused by the smug one…

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 No.2154

File: 964e76b16db3bdf⋯.jpg (433.15 KB, 1600x1815, 320:363, 1584182254694.jpg)

File: bf0f8e60017a642⋯.jpg (173.24 KB, 1191x1684, 1191:1684, 1582299283991.jpg)

File: 19c53c869ea1cef⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1011.42 KB, 883x883, 1:1, 1584174766912.png)

>>2153

Haven't come across one funnily enough. Surely someone would have made one by now.

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 No.2161

File: ca73850fc4aa5d7⋯.png (1.19 MB, 1304x1304, 1:1, 24401bb8226af17a0cf563b0d2….png)

>>2154

Nice.

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 No.2241

File: 41b11f42a529933⋯.jpg (69.12 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1586536389366.jpg)

>>2161

Found another.

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 No.2242

File: 5f99e36822f269d⋯.jpg (85.34 KB, 942x254, 471:127, crossposting.jpg)

>>2153

Well hello is this you posting on /pol/ right now?

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 No.2246

File: aa61cde8e620721⋯.png (645.97 KB, 1024x1016, 128:127, corona_omae_wa.png)

>>2242

Nah, I dindu nuffin. Think I got that pic from julay/cow/, and I saved it with the original filename.

>>2241

wew! This is borderline experimental body horror.

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 No.260[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

http://heimskringla.no/wiki/Main_Page contains a lot of the source texts (the Eddas in particular) in the original Old Norse, and often in the Scandinavian translations as well. There are also scholary texts, and sagas.

The Internet Archive is another great source for free texts on the topics: https://archive.org/

There is a very interesting YouTube series by Maria Kvilhaug that deals with the symbolism of the poems and myths in great detail, and I highly recommend giving her videos a watch. In particular she stresses the importance of translating the names of characters and places – left in their Old Norse (or Anglicised) form they mean nothing to a modern, non-Old Norse speaking reader. The translation of the names are extremely important if we want to understand what the poems and the myths are really telling us.

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=evE6aLg-_Q8&index=1&list=PLxDBGYdDmm2n7-nYh49d9qMJRZB8Z1qSa

One thing that most people don’t know about Norse mythology is that the Norsemen believed in a form of reincarnation/rebirth. It was custom that the oldest son would be given his paternal grandfather’s name, the second oldest son the name of his maternal grandfather, and similarly with the daughters; the oldest daughter would be named after her paternal grandmother, and the second oldest after her maternal grandmother. This would allow the spirit of the ancestors live on through their bloodline. In the sagas there are mentions of characters born with the same marks upon their body as their ancestors were inflicted with. In the Helgi poems in the Elder Edda, it is said that the two main characters are reborn and fall in love again and again – at least three times.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebirth_in_North_Germanic_religion

I think this form of rebirth through onPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1992

>>1991

Oh I just realized it's the same guy you posted in >>1987

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 No.1995

File: 21582a90299e44a⋯.png (411.11 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, 1581464967323.png)

File: 312ba1cc33fca65⋯.jpg (90.85 KB, 636x360, 53:30, itonlygetsworse.jpg)

File: 85a7c48628714ba⋯.png (963.45 KB, 990x1146, 165:191, 85a.png)

>>1987

>Swedish professor that the Norsemen adopted Muslim Mohammedan symbols.

Will check it out. It wasn't the whole bullshit about the ring with the "arabic" being found on it was it? I remember when a bunch of news stories came out saying muslims was vikings and shit because of that ring.

>The people responsible for that ad must be fucking retarded if they think shitting on the intended audience’s culture is a good strategy.

What is their strategy/agenda/goal though? Pic related. Oh I see >>1989 also mentioned it.

>Straight The Shining reference.

IKR, that was well creepy. And the chanting of women's rights bits. Quite a number of sections are truly like watching a satirical piece in a dystopian movie.

>The twins disappear in the movie, maybe the message is that white girls will soon be a thing of the past after they're done breeding Swedes out of existence.

An anon said something similar about them being dead so the message is that we're dead (soon). OMG and I can't be the only one that saw the similarity of that "only gets worse" girl with the blacked girl.

>Also they didn't just blame the Russians but "Russian bots", to take the tinfoil hattery to a new level.

It's not good enough to imply that Russians are born evil at the molecular level. Not dehumanizing enough. No they must also be bots.

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 No.1996

>>1995

The black guy was literally "we wuz vikangz" lmao.

She's not that similar to the blacked chick but I see the resemblance now that you posted that.

I hadn't paid attention to the chanting but it is indeed creepy. I think they went for the typical "one actor one word" but instead all actors said all words and it sounds cultish.

>It's not good enough to imply that Russians are born evil at the molecular level. Not dehumanizing enough. No they must also be bots.

Honestly I think it's more about claiming there's no real people disliking their garbage, "just bots". Takes an actual NPC to swallow that bullshit kek. But then again, they've been brainwashing Swedes since they're children. I think they got too cocky.

Glad to see the image upload is fixed btw, I had seen Ron tweet about it but didn't test it.

The thumbnails are buggy though.

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 No.1998

File: c5d8d776bc75981⋯.jpg (107.26 KB, 663x902, 663:902, c2d9264f76083225202f11bd29….jpg)

>>1989

>>1990

>>1991

>It wasn't the whole bullshit about the ring with the "arabic" being found on it was it? I remember when a bunch of news stories came out saying muslims was vikings and shit because of that ring.

If I remember correctly they found a ring with a blue stone or glass bead inscribed with the name “Allah”, and a piece of cloth with what one professor claimed also read “Allah”. I would assume the ring was either taken by force or traded from some Arabs encountered on their voyages east. The pattern on the cloth did not say “Allah”; it seemed more like a Swastika, or the “fire cross”, and it has been found here in Norway as well, and that was dated to before the Mohammedan religion, so it goes way back.

I noticed on Wikipedia that they are claiming the Selburose is also possibly of Mohammedan origin; look instead at the similarities between the Selburose and the symbol for the Latvian god Auseklis – it seems much more probable that the symbol is a shared European symbol.

Red Ice TV briefly mentioned the case in their video on the SAS ad, but I couldn’t find the video on the ring/fabric pattern on Bitchute.

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 No.2000

File: e74c90f07049c5b⋯.jpg (268.9 KB, 602x640, 301:320, Ishtar star.jpg)

>>1998

>look instead at the similarities between the Selburose and the symbol for the Latvian god Auseklis

Yes it also reminds me of the star of Ishtar/Venus etc. in as much as the 8 points.

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File: 0cbe72bef0c1d93⋯.jpg (68.69 KB, 540x478, 270:239, the-birth-of-venus-detail-….jpg)

 No.1000[Reply]

A thread dedicated to Venus et al. A thread to admire the divine feminine.

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 No.1823

File: 3154dd76935da31⋯.jpg (141.8 KB, 524x729, 524:729, Kuniyoshi 'Phallus serpent….jpg)

File: cf9f4f9cd6cb203⋯.png (448.43 KB, 522x420, 87:70, Shunga – Kunisada – Lesbia….PNG)

>>1819

<This toad ends up being a wise immortal who lived in the mountain. He teaches Jiraiya toad magic, which allows him to do many absurd deeds including metamorphosing into a giant toad.

Top Kek

Looking at the artwork in the wayback pages, I couldn't help but notice that the artists depict the men with enormous members. Also found this sapphic depiction.

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 No.1826

File: 68a34cc58fcbb8d⋯.jpg (155.6 KB, 1055x800, 211:160, don'tknowwhereigotitfrom.jpg)

>>1819

>So you are starting with the first season of Baywatch Nights?

Yes. Though I remember now I watched S2 ep1 first, then decided to watch from the start.

>the first one seems like it is just pure cheese.

Sounds about right. It was them setting up the PI agency and very cheesy already.

>Watched the first season of Magnum, P.I. this past summer

I remember catching episodes of this as a kid. Looked like such a nice life.

>Brilliant way to do it – you really buy that these could be the older/younger versions of the same characters because of the familial resemblance.

Very cool.

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 No.1846

File: 9b045c8dd1de131⋯.png (66.05 KB, 377x334, 377:334, feels sticky, man.png)

File: 00cf569e9d7535e⋯.jpg (296.57 KB, 1069x769, 1069:769, ‘Lesbian couple with torto….jpg)

>>1823

Oi! Watch it, m8!

>Looking at the artwork in the wayback pages, I couldn't help but notice that the artists depict the men with enormous members. Also found this sapphic depiction.

Really makes you think. You don’t suppose they could be trying to compensate for something, do you?

My favourite was the skeleton with the raging boner.

Found a higher res version of the sapphic one. It does look like a “struggle snuggle”.

Stumbled across the mother lode of /sapphic/ ukiyo-e art: http://web.archive.org/web/20190411204528/https://shungagallery.com/lesbian-shunga-ukiyo-e/

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 No.1863

File: fe74cfeea407f06⋯.jpg (471.54 KB, 699x466, 3:2, mfw.jpg)

>>1846

>Really makes you think. You don’t suppose they could be trying to compensate for something, do you?

It did make me wonder if there was something I didn't know about Japanese men.

>My favourite was the skeleton with the raging boner.

That was great.

>Found a higher res version of the sapphic one. It does look like a “struggle snuggle”.

Now that you mention it, it does. It's hard to read these images with fucked up perspectives and strangely proportioned figures.

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 No.1976

File: 0e59a7772ec3f15⋯.jpg (559.26 KB, 1000x1716, 250:429, Fleurs-du-mal_spleen_et_id….jpg)

1900 illustration for Les Fleurs du mal/The Flowers of Evil by Carlos Schwabe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Schwabe

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File: ccd50536fe70067⋯.jpg (347.42 KB, 1005x1438, 1005:1438, meetingeternity.jpg)

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File: f8156af28c0e482⋯.jpg (66.58 KB, 450x680, 45:68, vampire-sorority-sisters.jpg)

 No.84[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

A thread for the discussion of sapphic literature – everything from serious novels to short-stories and fanfics.

Can’t have a thread about sapphic literature without mentioning the original lesbian vampire story ‘Carmilla’ by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: https://archive.org/stream/inglassdarkly00lefa#page/358/mode/2up

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 No.1392

File: 9d0d7564b8cf083⋯.jpg (6.19 MB, 2300x3449, 2300:3449, Bust_Sappho_Musei_Capitoli….jpg)

>>1380

>Must be hard to live with such a humble nature as this.

Oh, jeez. Just looking her up on DuckDuckGo now, and her opening paragraph on Wikipedia is rather off-putting to say the least.

>This still kills me, thinking about everything that was lost there.

IK, just all this knowledge about the ancient Greek world gone forever, with only some remnants surviving. Sad!

>On the question of how personal her poems were; I imagine that, if she was writing poems referencing her brothers by name then, at least some of her poems were personal.

I looked up one of her devotees from Roman times, the poet Catullus, and his article says that he wrote chiefly in the neoteric style of poetry, which is about personal life rather than classical heroes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catullus

Sappho isn’t listed as one of the Greek Neoterics, but she ought to, since epic poetry about heroes was the norm.

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 No.1397

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>>1392

>Just looking her up on DuckDuckGo now, and her opening paragraph on Wikipedia is rather off-putting to say the least.

That reminds me, I've been following this channel about The Grievance Study Affair.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzk08fzh5c_BhjQa1w35wtA/videos?

You might be interested in checking it out. It's starting to heat up in the latest uploads.

>Sappho isn’t listed as one of the Greek Neoterics, but she ought to, since epic poetry about heroes was the norm

<Their poetry is characterized by tight construction, a playful use of genre, punning, and complex allusions.

Sound like how her work is described. Plus she had her own system of meter didn't she?

Wasn't there something in the previous article (How Gay Was Sappho?) about some scholars thinking she adapted or used the Iliad as inspiration for some of her work?

Perhaps she was a mix, or just one of a kind.

Just hurry up and find a hidden stash of all of her work already archaeologists!!

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 No.1398

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>>1397

<Neoterics were a series of avant-garde Greek and Latin poets who wrote during the Hellenistic period (323–31 BC).

Though I just realised that was well after her time. So I guess the concept didn't yet even exist for her to be categorised as such. It would be like categorising Greek drama under Naturalism

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturalism_(theatre)

If that makes sense.

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<The Flowers of Evil, which T. S. Eliot called the greatest example of modern poetry in any language, shocked the literary world of nineteenth century France with its outspoken portrayal of lesbian love, its linking sexuality and death, its unremitting irony, and its unflinching celebration of the seamy side of urban life. The volume was seized by the police, and Baudelaire and his publisher were put on trial for offence to public decency. Six offending poems were banned, in a conviction that was not overturned until 1949. This bold new translation, which restores the banned poems to their original places and reveals the full richness and variety of the collection, makes available to English speakers a powerful and original version of the world. Jonathan Culler's Introduction outlines this vision, stressing that Baudelaire is more than just the poet of the modern city. Originally to be called `The Lesbians', The Flowers of Evil contains the most extraordinary body of love poetry. The poems also pose the question of the role of evil in our lives, of whether there are not external forces working to frustrate human plans and to enlist men and women on appalling or stultifying scenarios not of their own making.

The mention of the “flowers of evil” lamps in the Art Nouveau style in Let’s Scare Jessica to Death (1971), and the possible visual reference in The Neon Demon (2016) makes a lot more sense now.

Gonna check this collection out, along with some other books in the decadent style of the fin de siècle; Joris-Karl Huysmans’ ‘Against Nature’ & Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’.

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