WARNING: today’s entry is one of the wackiest things I’ve ever written in my life. I repeat: today’s entry is one of the wackiest things I’ve ever written in my life. Did that get your attention? Good, because that was certainly the intention so please keep on reading.
As you know by now, the fetish scene depicted in these writings is somewhat niche. It’s certainly more widespread and easier to find than a few years back, but it’s still a niche nonetheless. Still, a lot of quality content gets produced within it on a regular basis and I’ve certainly read my fair amount of stories that would make for excellent TV series or movies provided one were willing to work them correctly.
Okay, where am I going with this? Earlier today, I started thinking what would happen if Hollywood decided to go for it. How would a hypnotic femdom-centric blockbuster play out? And who would be at the helm of such an enterprise? The more I thought about it, the more I realized that the chances of things being f@#ked up (hey, I’m polite!) were far greater than anything else and, soon, my once noble idea became a parody of itself. Since I love parodies and unconventional story-telling mechanisms, the path became clear.
So yeah, wackiness galore awaits you if you continue past this paragraph. I hope you do though and I also hope you get a good laugh out of it. No disrespect intended, just plain old fun. Enjoy and until tomorrow.
If Michael Bay Directed a Hypnotic Femdom Movie
Exploding title card.
A sultry woman appears, enslaves a man. His mind is blown meaning…
Even more explosions.
Ridiculous action scene impossible to grasp follows.
It involves explosions.
Feature Length: 162 minutes.
Budget: $195 millions.
Plot: Excuse me?
The audience remembers nothing of it when it’s over.
P.S. – I’m pretty sure a sequel has already been greenlit. Not much is known of it but explosions have been confirmed at least.
I went to the movies today to watch the latest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. It was good enough for some laughs but it’s undeniable that gone are the days of the first adventure which I still believe to be quite enjoyable from start to finish.
Yesterday, I had already decided I was going to write something based on this series and so I played with a lot of possible scenarios in my head before and after exiting the theater. I couldn’t come up with any good variation of the existing plots, I created my very own mini-script and, since Keira Knightley’s character has a brief cameo in the last moments of this new flick, I decided to give her the dominant role. I hope you like another attempt of hypnotic humor. Until tomorrow.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Hypnotized Men Believe in Everything
“Do you know who you’re talking to? I’m Captain Jack Sparrow!”
“Wrong. I’m Captain Jack Sparrow!”
“Who’re you trying to fool? I’m Captain Jack Sparrow!”
The number of voices kept growing until there were ninety-captain Captain Jack Sparrow throwing rum at one another.
Standing at the bar’s entrance, Elizabeth Swann waved a crystal pendant, grinning.
Inspired by Men in Black. I never read the comics but saw all movies at least twice and mind control is a big part of them, isn’t it? Not enough Femdom in them, I’m afraid, although one must not forget that Lara Flinn Boyle’s character in the second movie – Serleena – certainly dresses and acts like the embodiment of many fantasies for some.
Okay, she also literally eats men, but vore is not a thing of mine.
Anyway, I decided to play a bit with this universe so here’s a little humorous variation courtesy of yours truly. Would you watch this version in the theaters?
“Hurry up, slick, if we don’t stop her, she’s going to convince the whole world she’s a Goddess!” Agent K vociferated.
“Nothing wrong with that,” Agent J responded.
“You’re already enchanted, aren’t you?”
“Smile,” he said, pointing the blue light at his face.
Dressed in black or not, men always look good on their knees.
If you’ve read some of my pieces over the years, you’ve realized by now I often use movies and TV shows as inspiration. Sometimes, I use certain characters and/or a particular scene. Sometimes, it’s just a quote that brings about the idea at hand. Today, I found myself looking at lists of famous Hollywood movie quotes. Casablanca is always mentioned in them because it’s a classic after all. The piece below is partly inspired by one of its famous lines, although it veers off into an entirely different direction, afterwards. Until tomorrow.
One Last Trip
“Going already?” Bethany asked.
“Yes but, just like in the movie, we’ll always have Paris, dear,” Jack replied, kissing her right cheek
“And the Land Down Under…” she smirked, fiddling with her necklace.
He gazed upon her half-parted legs, and felt the bliss of trance sinking in. There was still time for one last trip.