5 comments on “Arielle Lane

  1. Not familar with “Devil’s Rejects” is that one of Rob Zombies remake of a 70’s slasher/horror flick?? Used to LOVE a horror movies, lost the taste for much of it (no story, all shock and trying to make the audience flinch now-a-days). Like Rob Zombies music better

    • Rob Zombie remakes? You’re prolly thinking of his “Halloween” remakes (he did remakes of part 1 and 2). I think “Devil’s Rejects” is an original property.

    • THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, like HOUSE OF 1,000 CORPSES, were early Rob Zombie efforts – it was about a family of backwoods lunatic killers, and the main family member was a murderous carnival clown, Captain Jeffrey Spaulding. IMO, Zombie’s early efforts are more ambitious than, well, good.

      Come to think of it, the only Rob Zombie project I outright enjoyed was his parody trailer of WEREWOLF WOMEN OF THE SS which he did for Tarantino’s and Rodriguez’s GRINDHOUSE….

      • I just bought “House of 1000 Corpses” today and watched it…didn’t enjoy it as much as “Devil’s Rejects”, but it was still good. 1000 Corpses had more bondage in it, tho mostly close-ups of gagged faces (female AND male, sadly)…they were “blink and you miss them” moments, tho there was a fairly decent chair tie that evaporates quickly as the bad guy pulls her cleave gag out. 🙁

        Last week, I actually bought “Funny Games” with Naomi Watts…and I’m actually a touch scared to watch it. She does some great bondage, from what I’ve heard, but it’s supposed to be a grueling watch.

  2. Not familiar with “Funny Games” just “Googled up” a quick review on imdb.com. Apparently it’s a shot for shot remake of an (originally) Australian movie – now based in Long Island, NY in the remake. Now I really want to rent it! Even though Hollywood rarely get’s bondage “right” – “Single White Female” with Bridget Fonda and Bound (1996) with Gina Gershon and Jennifer TIlly being two notable exceptions

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