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The D.i.D. Chronicles, 08
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The D.i.D. Chronicles is a mini-comic series about a small, online community who collect and discuss “damsel in distress” (D.i.D.) and bondage scenes from mainstream media.  Comments appreciated!
(All stories, names, characters, titles, and events portrayed in The D.i.D. Chronicles are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased), productions, and products is intended or should be inferred.)
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shadowpump4567's avatar
I have a love for DiD and CiD, and i have the hate of the whips and chains on women and why they want to do that on them.  I watch stuff like from Harmony, AES, Anton as they have stories within the damsel scenes.  When you see models like Sandra Silvers and Elaine Hershey do their things in their skits just to do it cause they want to do something than just porn. 
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I love "Love Bondage" as well, and Harmony and Close-Up made up about 90% of my video purchases back in the day.  I am also a fan of Sandra's and Elane's.  This rough portion is part of a story for this character in my comic.
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PirateStann|Hobbyist Digital Artist
There's a documentary, 'Snuff', I watched a few years back. It's a pretty good investigative piece on the history of snuff films which traces their origins back to a '70s sexploitation movie, also entitled 'Snuff'. It's big claim to fame was a hastily tagged on ending which purported to show a woman being murdered on camera. It may well have convinced audiences of the time but to modern eyes it's pretty obviously faked. They determined that the entire myth of snuff films can be traced back to this and a few other films.
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I may've seen the same doc on Netflix many years ago as well, though i have watched many docs and specials on the subject.  I've seen the actual film Snuff you mentioned, and read various accounts of it's production, and how the ending came to be... I know the myth of snuff has been debunked, but we live in a big world, and I find things like this fascinating.  
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Geephead|Hobbyist Writer
Wow! Some scary stuff here. I always wondered who the audience was for those “roughies” films. Women haters? I was around when Hollywood was going though the “snuff” movie scare. The mainstream movie HARDCORE with George C. Scott featured a supposed snuff scene at the end. There may have a few real ones on the black market but in most commercial type films it was all faked. I would like to see the story continued.
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Thanks, glad it gave you pause (hopefully for good reasons).  I am incredibly interested/fascinated by such films, their history, and that niche... a blurred line between porn and sexploitation, grindhouse/Times Square stuff.  That world is fascinating to me, though I have always been interested in the marginalized segments of our culture: gangs, secret societies, questionable culture and outlaw/fringe aspects of society.  I always say "Truth is starnger than fiction", but when you can mix the 2 together the stories one can imagine are limitless.  I have so many stories in my head, I just need to motivate myself to finish all these ideas and share them.
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Geephead|Hobbyist Writer
I loved the movie ED WOOD because it was about a passionate guy who HAD to make movies to express himself. He may have been a crappy director, but he had heart. The stories of producers who grind out crap just for the money are boring. But Russ Meyer, Irving Klaw, Roger Corman, and the many many low budget filmmakers out there who do it because they love movies are the ones i’m Interested in. 
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Wholeheartedly agree.  Ed Wood the film is wonderful.  Wood's actual films are... not so great.  I liked several when I was younger but the novelty has worn a bit.  Like my love of death metal and slasher flicks.  And yeah... all those video memberships I had?  Used them to seek out Russ Meyer films.  I still own UP on VHS to this day.  A classic.
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denkira7|Hobbyist Writer
what a twist!
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renderedspeechless's avatar
Thanks.  Some day I hope to continue the story... it's barely started!  :)
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