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Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« on: July 25, 2014, 02:12:27 PM »
There is a thread about this on another board and it's one of my favorites because it gives me a place to rant when entertainment industry first turns me on and then brutally lets me down, missing a perfectly good chance to dish out fanservice to rape fetishists. Damn teases the lot of them! If rape is written all over the story/scene then why chicken out on the last minute!? When it's already being alluded to it in every possible and impossible way then why not show it as well!?

Anyway, your welcome to join Rapeaholics Nonymous and be as disgruntled a couch potato as you like. But remember people: pics or didn't happen!
Rapists should after all rape the victims exactly when, where and how the victim wants. That's how it works. Right?

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2014, 02:13:29 PM »
I'm going to start this off with my pet peeve: Land Girls season 3. (Sorry everyone who has had to listen to me rant about this in the past.)

A pretty but naïve land girl Iris Dawson has two guys interested in her: one is the kind and protective middle-aged farm hand Frank Tucker from the farm she’s working on and the other is Walter Storey, the 20-something brute of a son of the neighboring farmer. Plenty of options for rape here but sadly none are taken advantage of.

Episode 1: Iris and Frank alone in the barn - ooo, scary!



There is a scene in the first episode where Tucker visibly wants to give Iris a rapey scare. He orders her to follow him into an empty barn and, when she’s very scared and nervous to begin with, Tucker bangs the door shut behind them so that she jumps. While they’re all alone in there behind closed doors, Tucker tells her to walk further into the barn and, from the look of her expression, she’s expecting something nasty to happen to her. But then it’s revealed that Tucker has brought her into the barn to meet a god damned little fluffy lamb! Aaaaarrgghhh!!!! The amount of sexual frustration in my body at that moment was roughly the equivalent of a 6 megatons nuclear device. Apparently the allusion to rape and Tucker’s threatening theatrics were just his idea of a good joke. Argh! I love gritty, sweaty farmers as fantasy rapists and a setting like a farm or an empty barn is perfectly up my alley, as a result I was gritting my teeth in frustration over missed rape scene opportunities and wanking obsessively like a madwoman to my own imagined scenarios for two weeks after seeing this episode.

The scene screams RAPE, there's no mistaking it, it's intentionally implied:
- The way he makes her go first into the barn
- The way he checks her out!!!
- The way he chooses to position himself between her and the door, standing still for a moment, prolonging the minutes she spends anxiously worrying what's going on
- The way he tells her to go all the way to the back of the barn without explaining why
- The way he bangs the door shut just to frighten her
- The way he stands behind her on the aisle, looming over her, holding on to the roof beams as if blocking her escape

The rapeyness of the scene was no accident and it is so not fair to tease horny, rape-hungry viewers like that!


Episode 2: Iris and drunk Walter Storey


"A kiss to send me on my way!"
"I said no!"

Walter Storey bullies Iris throughout season 3 and even grabs her a few times. He bosses her around, stalks her, intimidates her and acts possessively, obsessively and threateningly towards her. Once when he’s drunk and in a bad mood he grabs her, accuses her of being a tease and tries to force her to kiss him …until Tucker comes to her rescue and the possible rape scene falls apart. Dammit! If there is a tease in this story it's the bloody director.

The barn scene can be seen here at 2:05
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaa26_d2cLI[/youtube]

and the grabbing and demanding a kiss scene here at 9:23
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIkkkqrcyZI[/youtube]
« Last Edit: July 25, 2014, 05:16:40 PM by Glacialis »
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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2014, 02:14:51 PM »
Tristan+Isolde



Morholt, the fiercest general of the king of Ireland, asks his lord the king before going off to battle if he will grant his maiden daughter to him as a wife if and when he returns. The king says yes but Isolde, his daughter, weeps when she hears the news. Old, brutish Morholt isn't to her liking and she finds it humiliating not to have any say in who's going to be thrusting his cock inside her for the rest of her miserable life. Before taking off, Morholt visits Isolde who is forced to accept her father's will and act civilly towards the man she loaths and must eventually marry.

In the scene Morholt is clearly turned on by the idea of forcing himself on the obviously reluctant princess on their wedding night. I think that after all the rape, pillage and plunder he's enjoyed in the course of his violent life, he's come to prefer fucking unwilling cunts. To make sure that she won't forget her reluctance any time soon Morholt treats Isolde in a manner that makes it clear to her that he is a man who will not treat his wife as an equal but as a possession to dominate and fuck at will.

Always a good idea to give the future missis a clear understanding from the start of who is to be in charge after the nuptuals.


And if you happen to know for a fact that she's disgusted by you why not chew an afrodisiac in her presence and remind her of her future role as your mattress with the words: "Makes a hard man even harder. The only cure - wild abandon."


While talking about wild abandon, horny Morholt caresses Isolde's cheek and she turns her head from him in disgust. Morholt smiles a wicked smile, imagining the ravishment of her that has been promised to him and takes his leave with the words "Til our wedding night."



Then stupid Morholt of course goes and dies and Isolde falls in love with some baby-faced pretty-boy of a princling but the movie (which I found crappy) would have been A LOT better if the 90 minutes following Morholt's visit to Isolde would have been filled with
- Morholt raping her right there and then, deciding that he will not risk dying before getting his chance to dip his cock into this pretty young thing
- Isolde's many, many degradations as Morholt's unwilling wife and bedwarmer

Sophia Myles as Isolde
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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2014, 02:16:15 PM »
Rome
season 2 episode 4

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Having learned that Vorenus' children are alive, Pullo sets off to find him in Gaul where he is again a serving soldier in Mark Antony's army. He finds Vorenus alive and well, if somewhat battle worn, and they set off to find the children.

...and they do find them but they have been sold to a quarry as slaves. His two youngest are working as house slaves and seem to be more or less ok, but to find his eldest daughter, Vorena, he is told to go and look for her in the quarry workers' recreational brothel where she has been forced to work as a sex slave. Looking into the rooms - that actually are little more than pens - he finally finds his daughter, huddling, crouching against a wall, waiting as her latest rapist-to-be is taking off his clothes.

Personally I would have liked it had they taken the story as far as to show us Vorena used by a customer or customers before coming to the scene where her father finds her. I would have liked to seen lying in the pen with her legs spread and a sweaty man grunting on top of her. I would have liked to see her face, her tearful or blank expressions of disgust and despair as she is forced to submit to being raped over and over and over for the rest of her life.

Vorenus sees a man walking away from a cubicle and looks in to see a sorrowful and subdued girl wiping herself clean


Vorenus looks into another cubicle and sees his daughter


Vorena and her latest rapist-to-be


"Why didn't you come sooner dad?"

Rapists should after all rape the victims exactly when, where and how the victim wants. That's how it works. Right?

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #4 on: July 25, 2014, 04:56:06 PM »
I'm going to start this off with my pet peeve: Land Girls season 3. (Sorry everyone who has had to listen to me rant about this in the past.)

A pretty but naïve land girl Iris Dawson has two guys interested in her: one is the kind and protective middle-aged farm hand Frank Tucker from the farm she’s working on and the other is Walter Storey, the 20-something brute of a son of the neighboring farmer. Plenty of options for rape here but sadly none are taken advantage of.

Episode 1: Iris and Frank alone in the barn - ooo, scary!



There is a scene in the first episode where Tucker visibly wants to give Iris a rapey scare. He orders her to follow him into an empty barn and, when she’s very scared and nervous to begin with, Tucker bangs the door shut behind them so that she jumps. While they’re all alone in there behind closed doors, Tucker tells her to walk further into the barn and, from the look of her expression, she’s expecting something nasty to happen to her. But then it’s revealed that Tucker has brought her into the barn to meet a god damned little fluffy lamb! Aaaaarrgghhh!!!! The amount of sexual frustration in my body at that moment was roughly the equivalent of a 6 megatons nuclear device. Apparently the allusion to rape and Tucker’s threatening theatrics were just his idea of a good joke. Argh! I love gritty, sweaty farmers as fantasy rapists and a setting like a farm or an empty barn is perfectly up my alley, as a result I was gritting my teeth in frustration over missed rape scene opportunities and wanking obsessively like a madwoman to my own imagined scenarios for two weeks after seeing this episode.

The scene screams RAPE, there's no mistaking it, it's intentionally implied:
- The way he makes her go first into the barn
- The way he checks her out!!!
- The way he chooses to position himself between her and the door, standing still for a moment, prolonging the minutes she spends anxiously worrying what's going on
- The way he tells her to go all the way to the back of the barn without explaining why
- The way he bangs the door shut just to frighten her
- The way he stands behind her on the aisle, looming over her, holding on to the roof beams as if blocking her escape

The rapeyness of the scene was no accident and it is so not fair to tease horny, rape-hungry viewers like that!


Episode 2: Iris and drunk Walter Storey


"A kiss to send me on my way!"
"I said no!"

Walter Storey bullies Iris throughout season 3 and even grabs her a few times. He bosses her around, stalks her, intimidates her and acts possessively, obsessively and threateningly towards her. Once when he’s drunk and in a bad mood he grabs her, accuses her of being a tease and tries to force her to kiss him …until Tucker comes to her rescue and the possible rape scene falls apart. Dammit! If there is a tease in this story it's the bloody director.

The barn scene can be seen here at 2:05


and the grabbing and demanding a kiss scene here at 9:23


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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #5 on: July 26, 2014, 11:04:06 AM »
You mean besides all of them?   >:) 

I suppose the biggest annoyance I have are movies where we know rape is bei used, either as a threat to raise the stakes or simply occuring off screen and not being shown because... the directors did not want to put it there. 

Example: a completely generic action movie that comes to mind.   The Shooter.  Minor details like plot, or reasoning are unimportant.  The scene boils down like this.  The pretty girl (Kate Mara of House of Cards fame) has helped our hero and the bad guys have captured her to both torture for information and to bait a trap.  We see a creep, reaching down for the bloody, bound heroine, saying it's just you and me, while she says No!  No!  And then... scene ends.  We know what happened.  We know what the director and the movie is sayig wihout showing.  So why bother to not show it?!

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t3vNLswu68&app=desktop[/youtube]

Or the sort of scene in which rape is threatened but never occurs.  Take for example the movie Sin City.   Jessica Alba plays the lovely Nancy,  who was saved from a rape as a child,  and has become the target of that same rapist now that she has grown to an incredibly hot woman.  She is abducted, taken to a farm while her protector is unconscious,  for a very lon time.  So to sum up, a serial rapisy has in his possession a woman whom he has obsessed ovee for more than a decade and in the hours he has her, he only ties her up and whips her a little bit?  Boo...



Finally thereis a special place in my heart for all horror movies in which the killers goal is to simply murder the pretty girls and not to rape them.  Ugh.
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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #6 on: July 26, 2014, 11:31:22 AM »
You mean besides all of them?   >:) 

I suppose the biggest annoyance I have are movies where we know rape is bei used, either as a threat to raise the stakes or simply occuring off screen and not being shown because... the directors did not want to put it there. 

Example: a completely generic action movie that comes to mind.   The Shooter.  Minor details like plot, or reasoning are unimportant.  The scene boils down like this.  The pretty girl (Kate Mara of House of Cards fame) has helped our hero and the bad guys have captured her to both torture for information and to bait a trap.  We see a creep, reaching down for the bloody, bound heroine, saying it's just you and me, while she says No!  No!  And then... scene ends.  We know what happened.  We know what the director and the movie is sayig wihout showing.  So why bother to not show it?!



Or the sort of scene in which rape is threatened but never occurs.  Take for example the movie Sin City.   Jessica Alba plays the lovely Nancy,  who was saved from a rape as a child,  and has become the target of that same rapist now that she has grown to an incredibly hot woman.  She is abducted, taken to a farm while her protector is unconscious,  for a very lon time.  So to sum up, a serial rapisy has in his possession a woman whom he has obsessed ovee for more than a decade and in the hours he has her, he only ties her up and whips her a little bit?  Boo...



Finally thereis a special place in my heart for all horror movies in which the killers goal is to simply murder the pretty girls and not to rape them.  Ugh.

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #7 on: July 26, 2014, 06:46:37 PM »
1. Kiss the Girls, Hostel and Turistas, because if you're going to end up killing a relatively attractive girl anyway, and you know you are, why not have some fun with her first?

2. Django Unchained, if only for the sake of giving the story some bloody verisimilitude. Here's the thing: By the time Django makes the comment, "They gonna try to make her a comfort girl," MONTHS have passed since the kraut bounty hunter bought and freed him. If "they" were going to "try" for THAT long, don't you think they might have succeeded? And don't you think that process might have included a rape or two? Or twelve? Or more?

3. Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2, because, let's face it: both Kick-Ass and Red Mist/Motherfucker are little bitches who need a good raping.

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #8 on: July 27, 2014, 04:41:50 AM »
1. Kiss the Girls, Hostel and Turistas, because if you're going to end up killing a relatively attractive girl anyway, and you know you are, why not have some fun with her first?

Kiss the Girls? Dungeon scenes without rape? Really hated that one.

Lots of teasing with no delivery to speak of:










Gladly the book was better, there were rape scenes there:

Insane killer leads a snake up his victim's ass
http://rapeinliterature.blogspot.fi/2012/08/insane-killer-ties-up-victim-puts-her.html

Insane killer shocks his victim with a stun gun and rapes her while she struggles to remain conscious
http://rapeinliterature.blogspot.fi/2012/08/insane-killer-brings-his-kidnapped.html

An insane killer drugs his bound and gagged victim and rapes her in a forest
http://rapeinliterature.blogspot.fi/2012/08/s-insane-killer-leads-his-bound-and.html
Rapists should after all rape the victims exactly when, where and how the victim wants. That's how it works. Right?

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #9 on: July 28, 2014, 06:51:45 PM »
Kiss the Girls? Dungeon scenes without rape? Really hated that one.

Lots of teasing with no delivery to speak of

. . . which is why it needed rape scenes!!   XD
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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2014, 10:51:07 AM »
OMFG I didn't even remember that bit with the snakes!! *thinks when I read the word snake I skipped the scene completely*

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2014, 10:58:48 AM »
Off hand I remember watching sleepwalkers and wanting the scene with Charles and Tanya in the cemetery to end with rape EVERY time. Now I haven't read the book so...hopefully it happened in there? lol

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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2014, 06:52:42 PM »
Perhaps it is justmy own pervy mind, but I see great rape scenarios in movies that never even hint towards it.  For example there are a few 'cloning is illegal but we do it anyway'  movies.   Take say the two shitty movies 'The 6th Day' or the Island.   Rich, unscrupulous bastard perfect human cloning, can grow a complete second body, identical in every way, in a matter of hours.  And all they do is use it to make second bodies and spare parts for people.  But my dirty mind comes up with: so all I need is one drop of blood, one piece of hair and I can make anyone?  Hey, who wants their own Scarlett Johannson rape slave?

Also, movies in which the heroine is abducted and the entire movie is her attemot to escape and nothing happens.  You had the person you intended to sexually abuse out cold and all you thouht to do was transport?  Bah... comin to mind are Captivity starring Elisha Cuthert, where she is abducted, taken ito a basement and tormented for the rest of the movie.  And he never touched her during?  Or Paranoia, starring Jessica Alba (her again?  Hmmmm...) model gets drugged by rockstar at party and kept because at some pointnhe raped her, but we neer see it.
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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #13 on: July 29, 2014, 08:43:42 PM »
Chained (2012). I know there is actually rape in the film. But. Not. Enough. It's about a serial rapist/killer who teaches his (kidnapped) protege. More rape would have been lovely and more realistic.

Female protege(e)? Because if so, DO WANT!
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Re: Movies and TV shows that should have had rape
« Reply #14 on: July 31, 2014, 12:49:48 PM »
If you're of a certain age, you probably remember plenty of cartoons and films in which the villain's big threat to the heroine or damsel in distress was "marry me or I'll kill you". He'd tie her to the railroad tracks or what have you, and the hero swoops in to save her at the last moment. But as a boy I always wondered, "why the bloody hell would the baddie want to marry her so badly that he'd threaten to kill her?" Substitute 'rape' for 'marry' and by puberty I think I began to understand. :think:
( I've always found the bad guys far more intriguing than the good guys. Black hats are sexier. )
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