Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

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Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby gaby0001 » Sun Oct 04, 2020 7:09 pm

I found a couple of movies (in fact there were three) that do not help much to the task of finding more followers for bondage. One of them (Gerald's Game) almost takes away my desire to keep playing bondage or self-bondage.

Has anything similar happened to you with any particular movie?
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby jackles » Mon Oct 05, 2020 6:07 am

Yeah, Geralds Game had me thinking for weeks as well! Great movie, though!

I'm a planner by nature, so I've never really run into trouble after 10 years of self-bondage. Most of my self-bondage is just walking around the apartment shackled, which isn't risky, but when I do restrictive ties, I spend a lot more time planning them than actually being in them.
I've written a novel partly based on my experiences with bondage and selfbondage. You can find it here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086H3VC6Q
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby Tesgri » Mon Oct 05, 2020 7:11 am

I've not seen that movie but now I'm torn if I should or not.

Never been stuck when I do self bondage, some pretty tricky (and slightly painful) escapes but never totally stuck. I always test keys in any locks I'm using and make sure I have them laid out in reach.

Paranoia is a powerful thing.
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby gaby0001 » Mon Oct 05, 2020 8:53 pm

Tesgri wrote:I've not seen that movie but now I'm torn if I should or not.


...this is how I was that time: I see it or I don't see it...in the end I did see her and that night I didn't sleep a wink :D

But the good news is that a couple of weeks later and I was enjoying bondage again :gag: :lol:
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Unread postby gaby0001 » Sat Oct 10, 2020 10:47 pm

...and what about the second video? Does anyone know movies about being in bondage because they were blackmailed or tricked?
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby passioncraftstore » Wed Oct 28, 2020 7:04 pm

I love to be beautifully bound
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby LockedInALocker » Fri Oct 30, 2020 8:24 am

     I'm wondering what the other two movies are. I've read the book "Gerald's Game", but not seen the movie.

     The following is a book, not a movie; but Mendal W. Johnson's "Let's Go Play at the Adams'" would have to be the ultimate fictional work for making bondage seem utterly terrifying. (Not self-bondage, though - just non-consensual, long-term bondage in various ways.) It also goes into the physical and mental details of what it's like to be in bondage more than does the book "Gerald's Game" (I haven't seen the film of that, so can't comment on that). I have never come across a written description of bondage that so vividly makes you feel how agonizing it can be.
     It hasn't been made into a film, and probably won't ever; my understanding is that someone planned to maybe 10 or 15 years ago, but ran into problems getting the rights to do it from the now-deceased author's family.
     The book was rare for quite a few years and so could command very high prices on the used-book market, but it has been recently re-published by "Paperbacks from Hell", a new line of paperbacks that seek to reprint horror novels considered rare and classic. It is claimed by some that one reason the Johnson book became so rare is that many readers were so repelled by the book that they destroyed their copy.
     Has anyone read it? Do they know of any other good books with a strong bondage theme?
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby boundBinder » Thu Nov 19, 2020 4:27 pm

LockedInALocker wrote:Has anyone read it? Do they know of any other good books with a strong bondage theme?


Does it count if I wrote it? ;)
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Re: Movies that increase your fears of self-bondage

Unread postby gaby0001 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 10:33 pm

boundBinder wrote:
LockedInALocker wrote:Has anyone read it? Do they know of any other good books with a strong bondage theme?


Does it count if I wrote it? ;)


I don't think so but indeed I think it's really cool :D
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