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

 No.2012[Reply]

Is /bestemma/ ever coming back?

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 No.2186

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Forgot to add And Now the Screaming Starts! (1973) to my list of seen films earlier. It is directed by Hammer regular Roy Ward Baker (The Vampire Lovers), the film stars Stephanie Beacham (Dracula A.D. 1972), Ian Ogilvy, Peter Cushing & Herbert Lom. Very similar to Hammer film, but made by Amicus. The film looks great, and there are some clever effects and shots, but there is too much nonsense going on, purely to get a cheap scare, and the characters seem hapless and artificially stripped of their agency in order for the story to progress in a certain direction. Cushing is entertaining and brings some extra depth to his character, and Stephanie Beacham looks lovely in the period costumes. Amicus is said to have been less willing to crank up the sex appeal, but Beacham’s ample bosom is on full display here.

Saw Matthew Holness’ feature length directorial debut earlier – Possum from 2018, starring Sean Harris & Alun Armstrong. The story is based on a short-story by Holness, and is reminiscent of Boy A (2007) & David Lynch’s Eraserhead (1977), but with none of Lynch’s dark comedy. The Lynchian influence is not only in the visuals and the eerie, ambient soundscape, but also its themes of sexual abuse behind the locked doors in neighbourhoods and suburbia. The film is also visually inspired by German expressionist horror films, and Holness states the film also came from a desire to “make a modern silent horror film”. There is very little dialogue in the film, and the score by The Radiophonic Workshop works brilliantly with the bleak visuals, letting the images tell the story, rather than the dialogue. The Norfolk landscape often takes centre stage; bleak, empty marshland, forest, and rundown buildings set the tone perfectly.

Note! The interview with The Art Desk contains massive spoilers, so be warned.

Possum Trailer | Out Now In Select Cinemas: https://invidio.us/watch?v=7kveYgWHcrU

From Garth Marenghi to big-screen horror – what the ‘lost boy’ of comedy did next | Film | The Guardian: http://archive.vn/T747o / Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2204

File: d6c4f206ccd1625⋯.png (2.08 MB, 1920x1040, 24:13, Porn.png)

File: 14bc0901d24cc96⋯.png (2.25 MB, 1920x1040, 24:13, Playing.png)

The first thirty minutes of this episode were some of the hardest ever to sit through. Genuinely disturbing and awkward – got this sinking feeling in my gut as these scenes went on and on without any break. Can’t think of a single film or TV show that comes close to this feeling of dread and awkwardness.

That hosing down scene was something else…

Also, part of that chase scene has got to be inspired by the IRL moment when Gosling gave NWR a lift home, and NWR, who was sick and had a fever, started crying from the music playing on the radio.

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 No.2206

>>2204

Wait, is this Eastman? I thought you had seen the entirety of TOTDY already lol.

And yes, it was hard to watch. But worse is coming. Volume 8 is truly disgusting.

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 No.2207

File: 27c15960bda00d9⋯.jpg (80.94 KB, 683x1024, 683:1024, D63RX26VsAMPMJR.jpg)

>>2206

No, I had the first volume finished but never got around to watching it till way later. Just got done with Volume 5 – The Fool. The episode really kicked off into high gear around the 40 min mark though, and from there it never let go till the very end.

It is gonna be hard to make it harder to sit through, but I guess NWR found a way to do it.

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 No.2210

>>2207

In classic NWR fashion, it will probably leave you somewhat underwhelmed with its ending, but you'll keep thinking of it time and time again. It will leave a mark like his other neon kinos.

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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.2198

File: 952ed451434d15b⋯.jpg (591.43 KB, 1079x1628, 1079:1628, TwinksForTrump.jpg)

>>2042

I couldn't help thinking of that video when I saw this. The fags are already bugchasing the airborne aids.

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 No.2199

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>>2198

>when sarcasm kills

Imagine being so deranged that you think this virus is a hoax engineered to take down Trump.

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 No.2202

>>2199

I don't think it's sarcasm, faggots unironically love contracting and spreading diseases. "Poz" started as bugchaser lingo. Line them up and put them before a firing squad tbh.

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 No.2208

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>>2202

While bug chasing undoubtedly exists, this guy unironically believes it's "just a flu".

<The majority of folks I invited, if they got it, would recover fairly quickly and build up an immunity to the present form of COVID19,”

<It was relatively inspired by the chickenpox parties that were all the rage in the 90s.

https://archive.is/6Qs2Z

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 No.2209

>>2208

I guess he's not technically wrong, the problem is that they would infect people who wouldn't recover as easily.

Thanks for the article, it provided valuable insight. So he's just dumb instead of trying to cause harm, good to know.

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Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 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.2167

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Last night I dreamt the hot teacher and another female teacher (newly married and devout Christian irl) announced that they were now a couple and I was so upset.

Silly Sandman, that's not how this is supposed to work.

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 No.2194

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>>2167

That reminds me; got a married lesbian couple moving in next door now. Not seen much of them ’cause of the social distancing/quarantine, just their Tesla parked outside.

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 No.2200

File: 598e10a1c2f0451⋯.webm (14.52 MB, 480x360, 4:3, The_Prodigy_Smack_My_Bitc….webm)

>>2194

Do they seem alright? I would buy a Tesla if I had money.

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 No.2203

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2200

Yeah, perfectly on the level. Into gardening apparently, and they are really serious about fixing that house up. It was used to house new non-Western immigrants, so I reckon it could do with a touch up. Certainly the garden has been left untended to for years, so they should have enough to do when the snow melts.

I think one of them was on a reality dating show on TV a while back (obvi.)…

>I would buy a Tesla if I had money.

IKR. Already got one neighbour driving a Tesla, and no more non-Western immigrants in the neighbourhood. Things are starting to look up!

Came across this track by Mandy composer Jóhann Jóhannsson on a complication album by Röyksopp, and after that I had to go back and listen to his score for Mandy. Good times were had.

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 No.2205

>>2200

>>2203

Not gonna lie, I despise Tesla. I wish other EV manufacturers that aren't hell-bent on using a cult-like approach to sell garbage got more love. Teslas are the Prii (that''s plural for Prius, like Lexii is for Lexus) of our time. There's a tendency among their drivers to be smug as if their poorly built soulless lithium-mobile is saving the planet. They're admittedly quick, though.

I would buy something like a Renault Twizy if I could, it appeals to my autistic sensibilities without the dishonesty a Model 3 has where they sell poor design as minimalism.

>hurr no buttons

Congrats, now you have to operate the AC with a touchscreen that isn't even properly integrated into the dash.

Elon Musk is the new Steve Jobs. Admittedly a business genius, but his dumb worshipers make me sick. SpaceX is really cool though, and I like the look of the Cybertruck. But the Model 3 is an insult to its buyers. The only button is the one to operate the hazards, and it's so poorly designed (almost disguised) that people have to be told by the salesmen where it is. And don't get me started on them removing features remotely.

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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.2176

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>>2172

>It is a completely pointless feature as well, since we already have Vocaroo for that shit.

I'm becoming more and more lazy over time with persec so you'll probs find me using it at some point in the future kek.

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 No.2177

>>2173

I meant /sudo/, and even if I tried recreating my board they would say migration has already been requested. I was honestly surprised (and glad) that they let you have your board back despite the slight issues you had with the whole secret thingy. I mailed them everything on day one and never got my board back.

>>2174

Yes, but always with background noise, and uploading something to vocaroo or a custom file adds a layer of plausible deniability. I could always had someone on the other side of the world record a message for me. Not that I did, lol. Now that I look at it I'm seeing it shows as an mp3 file, if they allow uploading mp3 files then it won't be much less trivial than uploading a fake oekaki to upload a fake recording.

>that record

Did you play something from your phone on the mic? Lol

>>2176

At this rate we'll see you on that infamous voice chat app any day :^)

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 No.2178

>>2177

>I was honestly surprised (and glad) that they let you have your board back despite the slight issues you had with the whole secret thingy.

Me too tbh. Chalking it up to luck and being eternally grateful rather than let my mind get the better of me with questions of why.

>I mailed them everything on day one and never got my board back.

Did you email them again? I emailed them a first time and got no response. Only after the second attempt on your good advice (I think to the new emails) did I get response.

>Did you play something from your phone on the mic? Lol

Straight through the comp. I crack myself up sometimes.

>At this rate we'll see you on that infamous voice chat app any day :^)

Been there, done that. For a total of about 1 hour. Doxxed myself to some extent with a photo and all kek. Everyone was very young and I was very bored and discovered it wasn't for me. I could however see myself just saying fuck it and dropping all pretense in an Alex Jones tier breakdown.

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 No.2179

>>2178

Yes, I did email them numerous times and also talked to Ron on twitter. They have clearly halted board migrations indefinitely.

>Straight through the comp. I crack myself up sometimes.

It sounds super weird, with those noises and stuff. It sounds like a female police dispatcher kek (no offense, it's probably a result of the audio quality).

To me it's

>[unintelligible] red light

>Been there, done that. For a total of about 1 hour. Doxxed myself to some extent with a photo and all kek. Everyone was very young and I was very bored and discovered it wasn't for me. I could however see myself just saying fuck it and dropping all pretense in an Alex Jones tier breakdown.

I thought >>2176 was BV kek.

I use the app to stay in contact with some people but I don't really participate in its culture or know how one hops from server to server in a dynamic way. Seems cumbersome to navigate and get invites to the "hot places". There's certainly a network of places but I perceive it as independent nodes because I don't actively seek to get invites.

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 No.2192

File: ee25d9762a9b0d4⋯.webm (623.72 KB, 720x400, 9:5, innocent_red.webm)

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>>2179

>Yes, I did email them numerous times and also talked to Ron on twitter. They have clearly halted board migrations indefinitely.

Fingers crossed you get it back at some point.

>It sounds like a female police dispatcher kek

Kek

>To me it's

<[unintelligible] red light

Top kek, the recording? It's I'm innocent, really I am done in what I always imagined to be a Katherine Hepburn style voice. From The Trial of Mr. Wolf (1941). The whole thing cracked me up when I saw it many years ago. Found a copy online.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3jyyjj

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File: 1533eb64bf0132f⋯.jpg (1.19 MB, 1875x806, 1875:806, hungerfied 1.jpg)

 No.1275[Reply]

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.1957

File: 455a6ad01f6ea89⋯.jpg (45.91 KB, 1540x647, 1540:647, based killer workout.jpg)

>>1932

Liked the Ghostkeeper trailer. Very intense.

>The Initiation

Daphne Zuniga! I was quite taken with her on Melrose Place as a kid. Will definitely have to give this one a watch just for her.

Bad Dreams looks interesting. In fact, they all look appealing. What a wonderful selection you've come up with. Spider Labyrinth looks insane! In a good way

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 No.1958

File: 9d6b8dc7734e415⋯.webm (3.93 MB, 720x406, 360:203, The Dead Pit (1989) – Dou….webm)

>>1946

>I thought it was a ruse at the start but I think later, I think after she's been exposed, she says something about really being inspired by her so I think she was telling the truth in that regard.

Yeah, I must have forgotten that part; adds to the tragedy of her character and elevates hers too above most horror film characters.

>I think it's just a rather elegant American accent.

Probably the ‘trans-Atlantic accent’. It was much more common in the past, during the golden age of Hollywood. And it makes sense that she would speak in that accent since the British Miss Trunchbull is her aunt.

>>1951

>Certainly appears to tease it yes.

Even a brief moment would be interesting to see in a film from 1983. “It broke new ground!”

>>1957

The trailer for Ghostkeeper is probably a quite recent one; it seems too modern for 1981…

That said, the trailer, and the pitch reminds me of Fritt Vilt aka Cold Prey (2006), but a lot better.

The trailers for The Initiation & Hide and Go Shriek makes me think these films influenced Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens.

The college/university setting is one of my favourites, and if it includes fraternities and/or sororities, that is the cherry on top.

Killer Workout will probably be a guilty pleasure for me, no matter how bad the film is; along with my aforementioned Kryptonite, women with 1980s hairdos, tight spandex workout wear and legwarmers is certainly another one.

Nice to see many cool films from the late ’80s that I have never even heard of, and not the typical masked horror slasher, but all kindsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1959

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>>1958

>women with 1980s hairdos

Did you catch the do on the chick in the Slayer trailer?

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 No.2138

File: e83efd3f5dc562e⋯.png (404.07 KB, 537x800, 537:800, Leviathan_1989_.png)

>>1959

That is some grade-A early 1980s hair. You can still see the 1970s influence there along with the fashion.

Someone over at /tv/ (tvch.moe/tv/) made a thread about Underwater (2020) starring KStew, and that reminded me that I have yet to check out these two deepsea horror films from 1989.

Especially interested in Leviathan, directed by George Cosmatos (the father of Panos Cosmatos), and starring Peter Weller, Richard Crenna, Amanda Pays(!), Daniel Stern & Ernie Hudson.

I thought the British accent sounded familiar, and though her face is somewhat obscured by the diving suit in the trailer, I just knew it was Amanda Pays. Think the British accent means she’ll be a villain in this film as well?

Leviathan (1989) Trailer: https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=HJyqe0xANnc

DeepStar Six (1989) Trailer: https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=pouTM3jqZCM

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 No.2189

>>1958

>Killer Workout

Its been in my own backlog for a while too, I loved Murder Rock: uccide a paso di danza and I think this one will probably be good for similar reasons. Also I've seen some dialogues that are hilarious.

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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.2065

File: 570845c5c87534e⋯.jpg (680.33 KB, 1935x2945, 387:589, Th_r_se_and_Isabelle_1968_.jpg)

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<Two young girls experience awakening sexuality in the heated atmosphere of a Swiss girls’ boarding school…

Thérèse and Isabelle is a French-American romantic erotic drama film from 1968 directed by Radley Metzger, based on the novel Thérèse et Isabelle by Violette Leduc. The main stars are Swedish actress Essy Persson as Thérèse & Hungarian actress Anna Gaël as Isabelle. Metzger is described as a “pioneering filmmaker”, known for “artistic, adult-oriented films”. Reviewers have noted that his films are known for their “lavish design, witty screenplays, and a penchant for the unusual camera angle” (http://archive.vn/qt1gw / http://web.archive.org/web/20140813194851/http://filmmakermagazine.com/87041-this-is-softcore-the-history-of-radley-metzger/) & that his films are “highly artistic — and often cerebral … and often featured gorgeous cinematography” (https://web.archive.org/web/20150524154050/http://whatculture.com/film/adults-only-5-films-by-radley-metzger.php).

<[Metzger] was always acutely aware of both the commercial and the aesthetic. Take for example, his signature cinematic style – a Euro-centric combination of stylish decadence, wealth and the aristocratic. From a commercial point of view, this was often driven by the fact that it was less expensive to shoot in Europe so low budgets could be extended further by basing a production in Italy, France or Germany. From an aesthetic standpoint, Radley felt it was easier to involve and seduce an audience if the filmmaker presented them with rich people living in a world far removed from their own, so the audience didn’t have to wonder how the characters actually made a living.

'The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann' (1974): The Birth of 'Henry Paris' - The Rialto Report: http://archive.vn/B0Lhn / https://www.therialtoreport.com/2017/Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2076

File: 426f69645f1d2ab⋯.webm (2.86 MB, 1000x554, 500:277, Murder_Party_When_civil_w….webm)

>>2065

Wew lad, you are providing me with much viewing material for when shtf and I am (hopefully) hunkered down.

[wtf I posted this last night, I am certain of it. But now it's just in the txt box again.[/spoiler]

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 No.2097

File: 234fdb2e2a299af⋯.jpg (80.76 KB, 500x726, 250:363, Gladiator_Eroticvs_The_Les….jpg)

Gladiator Eroticvs: The Lesbian Warriors

https://wipfilms.net/sword-and-sorcery-adventure/gladiator-eroticvs-the-lesbian-warriors/

Fact-based account of the secret sisterhood of gladiators that the Patriarchy has kept out of the history books for centuries. In the year 284 AD, the Roman general Eroticvs returns from victory on the battlefield to find betrayal waiting at home. Fading Emperor Gluteus Maximus wishes for the popular Eroticvs to lead Rome into a new democratic era, but his spineless son Dickus Minimus will not give up the throne so easily. Arrested, savagely seduced, then left for the vultures, Eroticvs vows revenge. Taken into slavery, she must first survive the sensual rigors of becoming the most feared and least clothed female gladiator.

I've watched this 18 times, now, and I still find this hidden historical gem breathtaking and exciting.

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 No.2127

File: 4f04c164c0b2082⋯.png (369.42 KB, 736x560, 46:35, e69cd61faa2e628097071a5499….png)

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After seeing Radley Metzger’s Thérèse and Isabelle last night I do not agree that this should be labelled a “sexploitation film”. The sex scenes do not come off as exploitation – they are very well handled, even artistic and beautiful. One scene in particular is mostly seen in the reflection of a vase, apparently a favourite technique of Metzger’s.

Rather, the label “erotic romantic drama” is perfectly fitting, as the real focus is on the romance between Thérèse & Isabelle. During their love-scenes, Thérèse’s (Essy Persson) voice-over recollects what went through her head and what she felt; while poetically handled, there is a certain distracting and unintentionally bizarre vibe from this narration – I think some of this narration could have been cut/trimmed down, and let the main focus be on the moment as it happens – their breathy moans, the sound of their kisses, rather than the character telling the audience. I was impressed by Persson’s performance in “Cry of the Banshee” (1970), and she once again impresses in this film. Her character, Thérèse, is the protagonist, and the one we get to know though the film, while Isabelle (Anna Gaël) is much more enigmatic and difficult to grasp.

The film is beautifully shot and the romance between the two girls is very well handled for a film branded a “sexploitation film”, and it deserves a HD release so that we can view this in the correct aspect ratio and with cleaned-up audio.

<What distinguishes [Metzger’s] films today from their many forgotten counterparts is not only the provocative, upbeat attitude toward sex – by turns playful, challenging, artful – but Metzger’s sophisticated visual and formal sensibility that incorporates all kinds of visual trickery normally not seen outside cinema’s textbook classics. One of his favorite devices is shooting not a scene but its reflection in a mirror, a glass bowl, a marble wall, a shiny surface.

<Author Violette Leduc only permitted Metzger to adapt her autobiographical novel Therese and Isabelle on condition that he not “make a dirty film” (she must have seen the title of his first film, The Dirty Girls), but she needn’t have worried, as this is both visually sumptuous and respectful of the girls’ complicated, sometimes tortured affair.

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 No.2181

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Been looking into some more of Lucio Fulci’s films after I saw Quella villa accanto al cimitero/The House by the Cemetery (1981), and this one seems promising: Una Lucertola con la pelle di donna/Lizard in a Woman’s Skin from 1971.

The quote on the Italian poster attributed to Poe appears to be an invention of Sergio Martino, and first appears in another giallo, Lo strano vizio della Signora Wardh/The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh aka Blade of the Ripper, from 1971: https://ilmiovizioeunastanzachiusa.wordpress.com/2015/02/08/una-lucertola-con-la-pelle-di-donna-1971/

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 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.1476

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>>1473

Is there a template for the ‘threesome’ one, where two girls are ganging up on the third?

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 No.2147

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 No.2153

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Please tell me there is a Corona-chan variant of this maymay.

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 No.2154

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>>2153

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

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 No.2161

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>>2154

Nice.

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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

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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

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>>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

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>>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

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>>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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 No.1000[Reply]

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

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 No.1823

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>>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

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>>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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>>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

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>>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

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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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 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

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>>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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 No.1593

File: 15e46c7b5ef9dba⋯.pdf (6.59 MB, Calmet - The Phantom World.pdf)

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 No.1975

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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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 No.7[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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

Listening to t.A.T.u. is a guilty pleasure of mine – there are quite a few witch house remixes of their songs worth checking out too. The music video to All The Things She Said is probably the most famous lesbian-themed music video of all time.

inb4 Tegan and Sara

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 No.2004

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>>2003

Yes, Chelsea’s music (and ASMR) is very soothing to the soul.

First case here was a doctor(!) down in Oslo at the biggest hospital in the country. Yesterday it was 15, today it is up to 18. If I remember correctly the good doctor had just been to vacation to Italy, and when experiencing mild sympthoms, asked if s/he should test, but was told “nah, it’ll be fine”.

Looks like it is all happening down in the capital for now.

I’d be shitting bricks too if I had to be around kids all day. Hospitals and school are among the last places you’d wanna hang around during an epidemic. Have you started prepping for the apocalypse?

>I think I've mentioned to you before how I get addicted to tracking happenings. Well this one is quite the happening. I have a problem.

It helps having something to occupy yourself with, right? Any idea what is behind it? Some Chinese bio-weapon gone wrong? That South Korean “death cult” plotting to end the world by infecting everyone?

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 No.2005

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>>2004

>but was told “nah, it’ll be fine”.

Insanity isn't it. I was about to say your numbers had caught up to ours but we have more than doubled all of a sudden to around 50 cased that are acknowledged.

>Looks like it is all happening down in the capital for now.

Fark isn't this near where your ancestors lived?

https://mobile.twitter.com/WarsontheBrink/status/1235130899450277889

>Hospitals and school are among the last places you’d wanna hang around during an epidemic.

I know right? For now I am shit out of luck. They are not even talking about it at school now. One mention a month ago about some students in quarantine and that's it. I am swamped with planning, marking, and upcoming events while also expecting it stop at any moment.

>Have you started prepping for the apocalypse?

I am a terrible prepper. About enough to sustain me for a couple of weeks if rationing.

>It helps having something to occupy yourself with, right?

I suppose so. Though it has been draining my sleep. Most world streaming updates are in the middle of the night here.

>Any idea what is behind it? Some Chinese bio-weapon gone wrong? That South Korean “death cult” plotting to end the world by infecting everyone?

The South Korean death cult is straight out of a movie eh. Incredibly effective. 1 lady to over 5000 spanning the entire country.

The proposition that China accidentally released it is more than plausible considering not too long ago they left a crater in Tianjin.

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 No.2006

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>>2005

>I was about to say your numbers had caught up to ours but we have more than doubled all of a sudden to around 50 cased that are acknowledged.

Welp, per /pol/ looks like you have caught up to us now with 48.

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 No.2007

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>>2005

>>2006

Just heard the latest number here is up to 86 now. If this continues I am going full innawoods.

>Fark isn't this near where your ancestors lived?

>https://mobile.twitter.com/WarsontheBrink/status/1235130899450277889

Yeah, and just last month there was a massive outbreak of the flu; 310 students were home sick at the same time, at a school with 826 students in total: https://www.nrk.no/trondelag/massivt-influensautbrudd-i-trondheim-_-310-elever-syke-ved-samme-skole-1.14902663

>I am a terrible prepper. About enough to sustain me for a couple of weeks if rationing.

Guess it must be a lot harder to go off the grid/innawoods down there too, with all the creepy-crawlies you guys have down there, not to mention the high temperature probably makes it harder to preserve food.

>I suppose so. Though it has been draining my sleep. Most world streaming updates are in the middle of the night here.

Caught some of Mister Metokur’s latest streams about the outbreak, and it sounds like he’s got a similar fixation on the oubtreak like you, though I’m almost certain you’ve got him beat with that 4,4GB Corona folder.

Btw., back in the late 1890s/early 1900s Theodor Kittelsen did a number of illustrations for a book on the Black Death, and some of them feature original plague-death-chan! Her name is Pesta (Plague), and she carried a besom and a rake as she traveled the country; if she used a besom when she arrived at a farm she would kill everyone there, but if she used the rake a few would survive, escaping like leaves through the teeth of a rake.

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 No.2108

Holy mother of based, the dyke gang isn't just a thought experiment anymore. After reading the claim on /tv/ that t.A.T.u. were faux lesbians I decided to investigate a bit and while it turns out that is true, one of the singers has a dyke gang mentality. She wouldn't accept a gay son ("a fag" like she said in the interview) and said it "isn't natural" but wouldn't mind a lesbian daughter and said girls with girls are "aesthetically nicer".

https://archive.is/7G0EH

Faggots on suicide watch.

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 No.888[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

A thread dedicated to everything Hammer related – the films, the actors, directors, Hammer Glamour Girls, &c., &c.

YT videos:

Hammer Films Radio Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDkS9Sj3Aho

Legend of Hammer (Part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abGGibw4l6g

Legend of Hammer (Part 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOgujkRFHhA

Legend of Hammer (Part 3): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bICC1qfaslU

FrankensteinThe Curse of Frankenstein (1957), The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958), The Evil of Frankenstein (1964), Frankenstein Created Woman (1967), Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969), The Horror of Frankenstein (1970) & Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell (1974). IMHO the only weak links in the series are The Evil of Frankenstein & Frankenstein Created Woman. While The Horror of Frankenstein is often considered a letdown, due to the lack of Cushing as the baron, and the very dark comedic tone, it is a really enjoyable film, and one of the underappreciated Hammer films.

DraculaDracula aka Horror of Dracula (1958), The Brides of Dracula (1960), Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966), Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968), Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970), Scars of Dracula (1970), Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972), The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973) & The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974). The two first films are fantastic, and Brides is perhaps more enjoyable than the original despite Lee not returning as count Dracula. The following films does not feature Cushing as Van Helsing till Dracula A.D. 1972, and Lee’s mostly, if not completely, silent Dracula doPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1696

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>>1695

Might have have something to do with the minor site-wide crash that happened the other day. Had touse the Anyone/0 login combo to bring back and respond to some threads on another board that also 404’d afterwards.

I take it you heard about the Vice ‘journalists’ who broke into Jim’s house? Methinks they are about to do a hitpiece on the site and hope to get it shut down.

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 No.1698

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>>1696

>Might have have something to do with the minor site-wide crash that happened the other day.

Suspected it could be to do with that.

>I take it you heard about the Vice ‘journalists’ who broke into Jim’s house?

Yeah wtf? Just read the headlines though, didn't look in to it. They really are trying to tighten the noose. 8 has a tiny userbase.

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 No.1719

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>>1698

Karma is a bitch though; a lot of mainstream, leftist newsoutlets (CNN, BuzFeed, Vox) have been forced to let people go recently, and Vice themselves may be in trouble…

Disney says its more than $400 million Vice investment is now worthless - Vox: http://archive.vn/wWKtl

>8 has a tiny userbase.

I wish I could say it was a case of ‘quality over quantity’, but when you look at the top/trending boards these days, you just wanna facepalm. Still, it is nowhere near as bad as the ‘competition’.

That Merkel woman gives me the heebie-jeebies big times

Btw., here is one film that had managed to avoid my attention for the longest time. Screenplay by Nigel Kneale, and starring Peter Cushing! It is from 1957, so one year before they made their first colour horror film – not a single seeder on any of the non-shite torrents so far.

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 No.1783

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>>1719

In a way, that same shit quality is what lets us get away with so much. It could be said that the site caters to the rejects of the internet in general, people willing to discuss things deemed too hot to handle for most sites. That eliminates the need to feign respectability.

Where else could you have a mostly male and third-position-leaning board devoted to sapphic kino? This is an oasis of freedom.

The price to pay is having Japanese sex toy ads but those are for noobs anyways. Any self-respecting user with a modicum of experience on the internet knows how to get rid of them.

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 No.1966

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Found this podcast called Hammer Horror Podcast covering the Hammer horror films. In one episode from 2014(?) they interview Hammer actor Shane Briant. Only seen him in Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell (1974) & Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter (1974) so far. Really underrated actor IMHO, and it is a real shame he never appeared in more Gothic horror films for Hammer. As evident from the interview he lives Down Under now.

https://hammerhorrorpodcast.com/shane-briant-insight-into-the-master-of-evil/

<HHP: I just want to touch on [Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter], because, its interestingly established a cult following, and I just wanted to know what you think is its appeal, and indeed the appeal of vampire stories in general.

<SB: Well, I’m getting a bit fed-up with vampire stories now, cause there are too many of them. Every second film you see on Foxtel is about vampires. The kind of vampire stories I like now are the European vampire stories, there was one I saw, and I can’t remember its name now, but it was about two modern-day lesbian vampires in Sweden. And that was pretty hot. I liked that. And I like the really old ones like Nosferatu.

Sounds like /ourguy/ to me. Any idea what film he was talking about?

Also, here is their coverage of ‘The Karnstein Trilogy’: https://hammerhorrorpodcast.com/2013/10/31/the-karnstein-trilogy-the-vampire-lovers-1970-lust-for-a-vampire-1971-twins-of-evil-1971/

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 No.836[Reply]

Bringing it back to the beginning. Someone has uploaded the first 8 cycles in marathon videos.

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 No.1775

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They've jumped ahead to cycle 15 for some reason.

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 No.1785

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Cycle 16

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 No.1885

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 No.1955

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Alas marathons keep getting deleted and I can never find Alison's cycle but I did find this compilation of scenes from cycle 17 Allstars in which Allison came back as a contestant.

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 No.1956

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And here's a poor quality compilation of all of her scenes from cycles 12 & 17.

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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.1862

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>>249

Similar Grimes display.

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 No.1928

>>1862

Super jealous of Musk who probably has lewd threesomes with Grimes and co.

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>>1928

And now she's preggers!

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 No.1944

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>>1941

This is my Kryptonite.

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 No.1947

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>>1944

ORly?

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 No.52[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

the funny thread

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 No.1903

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The Simpsons thread over at /tv/ reminded me of these “Dark Simpsons” edits, and this one is spot on here.

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 No.1925

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>>1903

Poor Homer.

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 No.1926

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>>1897

>>1895

>>1898

witches are lewd and don't exist.

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 No.1929

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>>1926

Yes, of course. Just silly talk.

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>>1926

>witches are lewd and don't exist.

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

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