Discussion in 'Current Affairs & Debate' started by dUb, Jun 4, 2012.
If I wanted to find a cannibal fetish scene, that's where I would go.
Either there or Stockport.
At least the police here was fast. And Berlin is secure. Kind of
That's a bit of a damp squib. I was hoping he would do some fabulous non-killingy things first.
This is VANILLA in Germany right?
Or make our jonathan famous
I quite agree. He must have been unaware that Eurostar has a sale on.
How could you possibly bring yourself to watch it unless you were completely PERSONALITY DISORDERED?
FOR SOME REASON from your very descriptive posts about your life, I can quite imagine you ending up as one of Dennis Neilson's victims in the early 80s. Possibly having met in an underground gay bar, and talking in polari in the taxi home.
An old colleague of mine had a date with Dennis Nielsen. He said that Nielsen noticeably lost interest when he started talking about his family and friends, presumably because he preyed on the homeless and drifters.
Hit a nerve DID I DARLING?
I may be many things but being a victim has never been a FORTE
No. I was just making a quip. Though it's true I have innumerable personality disorders.
I think he was AGEING YOU.
Just like I like to cast Eileen as an ancient, withered old crone, hideously deformed from a severe case of TB as a girl living in slums in Victorian London, or Rachey as a big butch hairy bulldyke.
I got THAT IMPRESSION
I didn't get my lallies down the Coleherne much when I was THIRTEEN
I had you down MORE AS one of the Queen Mums 1950s FAGS, you used ARMY BOOT POLISH as LUBE or something.
I love a good horror movie but watching a real person being killed and mutilated is so disgusting to me. That's someones son.
Same, the background stories of a lot of these serial killers is intriguing (although some do get quite MONOTONOUS) but I've never had the urge to actually SEE it being done.
You don't actually SEE the murder itself in the video, just him sexually defiling the dismembered corpse afterwards, so it's not that bad.
I repeat, that's someones son.
I know that after death your body is just a corpse, but still...
That REALLY IS "that bad"
Here he is getting NICKED
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he's being called an adult film star. is he even? i did a search but all the videos tagged with him are just random porn videos with a picture of him at the beginning he's blatantly made them himself.
This. If this was part of a horror film, I'd love it. There could potentially be plenty of camp horror in masturbating with a dismembered arm. But the same thing in real life just crosses a line.
I'm sorry loves, but I find it deeply disturbing that any poster would voluntarily seek this out to watch for themselves. I understand the pull of morbid curiosity and all that but I genuinely wonder what the appeal of getting hold of this might be
Wanking yourself off with a dismembered limb, is ENOUGH FOR ME. I don't NEED to see it, to get a thrill from it...
Oh please, we're all subconsciously OBESE with our mortality and this is just an extension of that. There's always a minute chance it could happen to you, so you need to know how it looks.
I think the only 'snuff' video I ever watched was the Colonel Gaddaffi, dying one - which I clicked on by accident, and switched off as soon as I saw what it was.
I've read the story about the cannibal killer, which explains what happened. I see no reason to voluntarily want to watch the video described. It just seems wrong and disrespectful to the victim.
I tried a few seconds and stopped immediately. Too disgusting.
I'm also considering a NAME CHANGE on Moopy...
I hear One Tree Twat is available.
I stupidly started watching a murder video once a few years ago (those Russian boys killing some old guy in the woods)... it was a really long video, like 20-30 minutes I think, but I only managed about 90 seconds. It was too weird seeing something REAL and I really feel kind of sick for ever starting to watch it. I am fascinated by the psychology of people wanting to watch it though (including myself) - what is it that can make us be even vaguely interested in seeing these things? Is it the same as the thing that makes us want to watch teenagers get knived in a horror movie or is it a different thing entirely (or would people like to THINK that they are different things, but really the motivation is the same - it's just more acceptable to watch it when it's staged?).
There was a super horror/thriller directed by Amenebar (of The Others fame) called 'Tesis' which is worth a watch. The central premise is about a snuff movie found on a college campus, but it poses the question of why human beings have morbid curiosity for death and things that they really have no business in seeing. Good film.
Kind of my point in my post - why do we think it's OK if it's staged and not real? The curiosity to watch the horror movie or watch the real life scene is surely propelled by exactly the same motivations? We just feel less guilty watching it when it's not a real murder. I guess that's why horror movies are so popular - and why these real life murders become viral nowadays, because it's the first time the general public have had access to these kind of things.
It's not. It IS more common place, but snuff videos were about the 1980s...
That's quite terrifying. Though why anyone would choose to go on a date with that man looking like that is beyond me.
I'm not sure the general public have ever had access to them though. Like ANYONE that wants to see them can get access without any problem at all with a quick Google search.
It's not like snuff movies were in your local Blockbuster video is it!?
No, but these aren't on Netflix either... Either way, you have to look for them.
Not ALL killers are blessed with Ian Huntley's good looks.
I think they're completely different situations. These videos are being linked to and talked about publicly on Facebook and other social networking sites... 'recommended' by friends, etc... That's not how it worked in the 1980s (or any other time before the emergence of social networks online) - everything was underground and hidden.