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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Fri Oct 01, 2021 11:12 pm

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Re: Movies you wish you had directed

Postby promethean75 » Sat Oct 02, 2021 11:33 pm

The Magician Down Under; the legacy of Stewart John Regan

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Re: Movies you wish you had directed

Postby WendyDarling » Sat Oct 02, 2021 11:39 pm

promethean75 wrote:The Magician Down Under; the legacy of John Stewart Regan

Casting options for Regan:

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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 12:08 am

promethean75 wrote:The Magician Down Under; the legacy of Stewart John Regan

Casting options for Regan:

Wendy Darling
Joaquin Phoenix
Iambiguous
Snoop Dog


Joaquin Phoenix is Venezuelan.
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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 1:31 am

Meh.

In so far as killers go, if they don't have at least seven bodies, I'm not interested.

Here's some great serial killer trivia only the real buffs know about. Bundy met Schaefer at Florida state, and according to Schaefer, Bundy spoke as if the lake Sammamish murders were a tribute to Schaefer. Ted had read about the crimes and was following Schaefer in the papers.

Why is this such a remarkable discovery? Because it explains the sudden change in Ted's MO in those particular murders. Ted never abducted two at once. So the lake Sammamish abductions were modelled off of the Place and Jessup murders.

In any event, I think Schaefer got a big head when Ted paid him some attention. I dunno... maybe he does have two or three more than Ted, but he'll never match Ted in style and prestige.

https://youtu.be/bAn-eGWf_XU
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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 1:36 am

It was more the Australian thing about it that was special.
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Postby Chakra Superstar » Sun Oct 03, 2021 7:56 am

promethean75 wrote:The Magician Down Under; the legacy of Stewart John Regan

Casting options for Regan:

Wendy Darling
Joaquin Phoenix
Iambiguous
Snoop Dog

Oooh!!! Ooooh!!! Can I write the script? While I never met Regan, I knew the dude who put the first bullets into him; he was the dad of one of my best friends. I wrote about it in detail on ILO over a decade ago so, rather than write about it again, I found this TV doc that covers most of the stuff reasonably well.

Yes, it leaves out a lot – lots -- but the most egregious thing it leaves out is that it assumes that the rest of the country was operating as normal, law-abiding institutions and these guys were the exception. Nothing could be further from the truth. The cops were just another criminal gang. The judiciary was just another criminal gang, the churches, unions, politicians, business organizations, you name it, were all getting their payoffs.

It also assumes that Stan's son died from an accidental drug overdose. While possible, I don't buy it. I think the drug dealer was set up to give Stan's son a lethal dose. Stan's partners wanted his son dead. He was too lax and dangerous to have around and I was told by one of the angry bodyguards that he was only alive because of whose son he was, but one morning, little Stan dragged me into a meeting with the top crims (bar big Stan) and the police chief. Little Stan was off his face and creating a scene and I think that episode sealed his fate. He was dead two weeks later.

Just a warning: the acting and the polyester wigs are more brutal than the murder scenes. The bit about Regan starts at 23:45

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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 10:14 am

Who was that other guy around the same time... forget his name. Blonde hair, speed addict, wore all the gold chains. Allegedly hacked a dude up with a chainsaw and then chased his girlfriend around the yard with the guy's leg.

On the Schaefer interview I have another feasible theory. It's very possible that Ted was appeasing Gerard to get (coax out) information on possible human remains sites in Florida that Ted could claim as his own. Why would Ted do this? Because he was confessing to murders to buy time and get as many stays as he could on his execution. If he could get a spot or two out of Gerard, he might be able to claim them as his own. That's what I'da done if I wuz Ted.

Plus Gerard could have doctored that conversation a bit and described what was said differently.

Gotta give it to the French shrink who interviewed him, though. They did the same thing, or tried rather, with Ted. If the killer won't directly confess, persuade him to talk in the third person about the crimes (as they did with Ted for hundreds of hours; see conversations with a killer) and he'll indirectly and/or accidentally confess. The intrigue here is that they can't use these interviews as proof of a formal confession, and Ted knows that, so he toys with michaud and aynesworth the entire time.

Ted knew what they were doing, and they knew Ted knew, and Ted knew they knew he knew. That's what makes the interview so great. The frustration michaud and aynesworth felt was exhausting.

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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 10:39 am

If you listen to this Australian serial killer podcast, you will find out that whatever you think was done that was fucked up and gruesome in the US, it was done bigger in Australia.

I don't even like that kind of shit. I found the podcast while investigating the Silk Road events, which they have a fucking impressive episode on. But the fastidiousness with which he investigates all of the details of all of the cases kept me glued. I almost got depressed, I can never understand people's obsession with this shit. I never watched the Faces of Death thing either, can't watch those Al Qaida and Mexican cartel fucks videos. Weak men hunting even weaker victims. The kid in class who was a spaz and vaguely disgusted you.

But the episode I showed you is kinda otherwordly. Just because of the whole setting, how the people thought, how they went about. Australia is a crazy fucking place. Do you know they have a fence, a big fucking fence that stretches across the whole width of the fucking continent, designed to keep fucking rabbits on one side of it? And hire people to maintain it? All the way deep into the desert? There is a remoteness in Australia that probably doesn't exist anywhere else. Red dirt as far as the eye can see, and so for a thousand eyes. And it does things to people. Of course the fucking fence didn't work and they dropped the whole thing a few decades ago.

I think I could happily live in Australia. But, like, the west, the real godforsaken corners.
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Postby Chakra Superstar » Sun Oct 03, 2021 10:55 am

promethean75 wrote:Who was that other guy around the same time... forget his name. Blonde hair, speed addict, wore all the gold chains. Allegedly hacked a dude up with a chainsaw and then chased his girlfriend around the yard with the guy's leg.

Is he Australian? If so, you might be thinking of Dennis Allen. LOL.



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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 11:34 am

"Weak men hunting even weaker victims. The kid in class who was a spaz and vaguely disgusted you."

Lol that's a little insensitive I think. Well maybe not in Dahmer's case because he was exactly that; the spaz who disgusted you. Most other serial killers were either socially withdrawn and anything but a spaz, or more or less functionally normal in social settings, family, school, etc.

I'm an independent pathologist myself who is fascinated with serial killers, though. Gore, not so much. I mean I'll watch it once so I can have the experience of seeing it (one can't even begin an honest philosophy about human kind until they have), but I don't research and study the shit.

My expertise in pathology comes naturally because I'm a little screwy myself and have some history of sexually deviant and abnormal behavior (exhibitionism, voyeurism, wuz a bed wetter, fire starter, and cruel to animals for a short period around nine, etc.). There's an affinity with Ted on so many levels it's spooky... which I may or may not divulge. I'm any case, when I see and understand, intimately, that adolescent Ted: his speech impediment and working class family, being routinely ridiculed by the upper class kids and unable to understand how friendships work (much less having a girlfriend). The picture perfect leave it to beaver mother (who he believes is his sister) with her sterile, overbearing Puritan influence. The crazy grandmother (who he thinks is his mother) and the grandfather (who may have been his dad) that keeps a stash of bondage porn out in the greenhouse and swings cats around by their tales in drunken rages. The detective magazines on those lonely nights the young Ted reads with raging hormones. Literally every issue has some sexy woman with huge tits being subdued by a guy with a knife and rope. Every single fucking issue. This is what Ted has to jack off too. It goes on for years. U know what that'll do to a kid's brain if he's wired in such a way that incurring experiences of the like serve to exacerbate and develop abnormal drives and desires. No amount of 'reasoning' done later in adulthood will be able to rewire his brain. Ted doesn't know that in ten years, he'll be unable to not become sexually aroused at the thought of bashing a chick over the head.

This is not Ted's fault.

Okay the argument goes; well millions of people look at that same porn and don't become killers. Okay this is true, but what is implicit in this claim? That somehow the porn cannot be a cause of his condition?

Bro when I studied Ted's life... and I mean the whole mutherfucker.... I watched the cues line up one after another and could see the killer coming a mile away. And these pathologists... well many of them... are still trying to play the freewill knows-right-and-wrong card.... and that's some amateur shit. Especially in Ted's case, because Ted had a comprehensive understanding of moral relativism and at one time, was actually quoted by his psychology professor (who said Ted was a remarkable student). What this means is that Ted can't know and/or believe the rules of right-and-wrong his accusers blame him for violating. This isn't even an argument. It's amateur crap that's everywhere in the media industry of serial killers.

You wanna see some crazy people? Watch the video of all the Christians swarming the fence at five in the morning to watch Ted get executed. These freaks are selling t-shirts for goodness sake!

Or Ed Kemper's life. Saw that coming a mile away too. Why are these psychologists like 'durrrrrr' when they see the same patterns in every one.
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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 11:38 am

Yeah that's the bloke.
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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 12:52 pm

This thread has been hijacked btw. I wish to suggest to those who would look into the darkest parts of human nature for proof of the presence of a power they might call evil, that they would find no better place than Ted Bundy. This guy was a stellar event, a single epic instance of something so incredibly complex that it defied everything and everyone who tried to understand it. It was as if a demon came down to erf for a while to have some fun, and slipped quietly into Ted. We can't, and don't, get this notion that Ted was just dysfunctional and purely a victim of abberations in his environment, because of his lucidity and intelligence. This is the source of the public's fascination with the Ted Bundy event. We can't seem to figure it out. Lucas and toole, Ramirez, Ridgeway, easy. Horney white trash barbarians and/or introverted mysogynists with low IQs. But every time we see a factor in Ted's life that sources his condition, we immediately see another that in theory should reverse it. A few examples:

First, rejected by Stephanie Brooks. Then, after becoming successful, rejects Stephanie when she returns to him (as revenge?) Meanwhile, has several authentic relationships with women through his twenties and early thirties (Liz and Carole being two). Noted to be a loving father figure to Molly (Liz's daughter)... maybe a little too loving but I digress that's for later (involves a strange merger of erotic and paternal affection).

First, feels uneventful even though graduates with a psychology degree. Law school was incomprehensible to him but his work in the Republican party gave him outstanding social mobility. This is not the guy we thought of earlier... unpopular and being moved to murder through his hatred, etc.

Now in these too instances, what is SUPPOSED to remain a conducing factor in the development of his abnormal psyche, doesn't only eventually disappear, but it actually reverses.

Now we've got a Ted for which we can no longer use excuses. This was a demon above and beyond intrepid little men and women. Or rather, if u were to go looking for a demon in man and you wanted to make sure you found one, and not just some pitiful nerdy guy with thick glasses who can't get laid normally and then starts killing women to do so (Schaefer, e.g.), u would look at Ted.

We can and we can't use the stock theories for Ted's case. He transcended all of it and was a magnificent enigma.

You can learn more about human nature from this one dude than you can learn from whole cultures, bro.

Scorpio stellium too. No way.
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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 1:20 pm

It's not entirely unfounded that a fellow indoctrinated by both conservatism and Mormonism who has a leave it to beaver mother, might find the new liberating ethos of the seventies repulsive, and develop a peculiar kind of image of women therein.

This then becomes compartmentalized, giving the fellow the ability to maintain healthy relationships with some women while objectifying others as sexual objects to be possessed.

Ya think any of that Mormonism crap about having ten wives or whatever had anything to do with Ted's desire to 'possess' his victims. Tell a perverted, window peeping fifteen year old God allows him to have a bunch of wives and that shit might come back and bite you on the ass... just like Ted bit homegirl on the ass during the chi omega rampage.

Yo check it out. Chi omega. 'end of life force'. He shoulda stopped there but by then the demon had him entirely and he took Leach (u have no idea what he had just been through in Aspen). Dude was totally off the chain. It was the last hail mary.

Hours before his execution he's interviewing with this evangelist on a crusade against porn. Dobson asks him about Kimberley and he can't talk about it. That one hurt him the most... and if you look you'll see the briefest glimpse of the demon on Ted's face. He wants to reach across the table and smash Dobson for asking him about Leach. The fucking nerve of this corney ass evangelist trying to throw a little pity party for Ted and capitalize on it.
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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 2:59 pm

Yeah you can acquire the skills later, and even overcompensate. But...

promethean75 wrote: that adolescent Ted: his speech impediment and working class family, being routinely ridiculed by the upper class kids and unable to understand how friendships work (much less having a girlfriend).


This is what lay under that learned charm.

No amount of knife wielding rapist porn will trigger that. I mean, we all saw the chick tied to the pole in The Mask. Some of us may even play some of those out with consenting ladies.

I digress.

It was what Zizek might clarify as symbolic castration, that feeling of mismatch between his worked popularity and what he feels he is inside, the pressure of seeming powerful but feeling powerless, the unerasable experience of being the spaz kid that vaguely disgusts you (spaz may be the wrong word, there is a right one but I forget it) no matter how perfect you manage to make a relationship with an eminently normal woman, that triggered the need.

It wasn't possession that drove him. He didn't want to possess these women. That is a whole different activity. He wanted to drain out his powerlessness.

Disgusting.

promethean75 wrote:You wanna see some crazy people? Watch the video of all the Christians swarming the fence at five in the morning to watch Ted get executed. These freaks are selling t-shirts for goodness sake!


Oh yeah lul poor guy, those are the real psychos...
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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 3:06 pm

Pedro I Rengel wrote:no matter how perfect you manage to make a relationship with an eminently normal woman,


Think about it, why get one with already a child?

He didn't feel any attachment to the actual endeavour. Any love or desire for a child of his own. It was all a test for himself to see if he could do it, to prove it. To prove to himself that he is not the thing he feels inside.
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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 3:11 pm

Hijacked my ass, this thread is still open for anybody that wishes to list any movies they wish they had directed.
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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 3:17 pm

https://youtu.be/08dpnn0cd10

Right there at 37:19... see that almost imperceptible Robert de niro look on his face when he's got his head tilted.

Lemme tell you what's going on here. This interview is outstanding, btw. Every pervert about to jump off should watch this interview first and then read my analysis of it once I publish my shit.

Okay the God talk, Ted knows, is bullshit. Ted is an atheist and has been since he's been able to think about the subject competently (around the Washington state and Puget sound period.) This is already fully established by the time he completes his psychology degree.

This talk is an expedient for the purposes of trying to help Dobson, his cause, and as a deterrent to any would-be killer who might see the interview. Ted's trying to stop them, and this is the cooperative side of him telling a white lie for a good cause... but the other side is still there. This side knows there is no god, no purpose, and that none of this really matters. So Ted doesn't truly feel bad here... not in the way religious people feel bad in the presence of such a travesty. He's acting here, and this is the personality component that they then call 'psychopathic'; his inability to believe that there is a God, a purpose, and that anything matters, and the behavior that follows from those conclusions.

See what I mean? His sense of 'remorse' is different. It's there, but for and about something else... and u might note an irony. Ted is saddened more by the knowledge that we all are essentially meaningless, and concern for a few people ('what's a few people less, in the world?' -Bundy) is a small, trivial point by comparison.

What disturbs Ted the most is that it is even possible for something like him to happen in the first place, and that whatever he does duddint even matter. While what disturbs the viewers and families of the victims- and don't get me wrong the suffering must be incredible for them - is that a man like this would have the nerve to kill everybody when God exists and everything is wonderful on an erf complete with meaning and purpose.

I ask you who is more delusional here, and who bears greater existential knowledge and the burden that comes with it? The easy part is believing in god, in the goodness of man, of freewill, etc. The difficult part is addressing the problem without using such nonsense to explain anything.

Okay so he does obviously feel bad for the whole deal, the families, the victims, but only in an impersonal way like an evil Buddha.

But that look right there was the last we ever saw of the 'entity' that took our Teddy away frim us on that starry Northwest Pacific night back sometime in the late sixties. The entity was telling Dobson to fuck off.

I also have a theory about the geographics and it's influence on Ted. I believe the intensity of the experiences Ted had in those remote locations in the mountains was significantly increased to a point of becoming almost 'mystical' for him. Huge majestic forests that swallow you... wide open sky and that enormous moon casting that bright blue light down into the shadows. Know what I mean? I mean if you were outside in general doing a rape/murder, and you're of the type that is aroused by necrophilia, where better than these fucking forests? You need the whole cinematic affect to create that creepy mystical feeling of union these guys get with their corpses. Imagine how big that moon wuz man. And then you get the beetle headlights going to add some more lighting effect.

When I say stellar event I mean every single detail of this guy's life wuz so perfectly put together and designed by fate to play out with storybook perfection. Every little detail is just wonderful to observe. Even the sock fetish.
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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 3:23 pm

promethean75 wrote:He's acting here, and this is the personality component that they then call 'psychopathic'; his inability to believe that there is a God, a purpose, and that anything matters, and the behavior that follows from those conclusions.


Are you crazy man? Nobody believes in God or a purpose. Those are the things about him that make him normal.

No no, I insist, what made him "psychopathic" is a feeling of powerlessness so deep and so unacceptable, it breaks something.

That is why he does the act. He wants to blame anything but what he knows is his true motive.
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Postby Pedro I Rengel » Sun Oct 03, 2021 3:40 pm

That is what makes him actually "psychopathic," that is, out to cause people pain for his enjoyment.

The reason people will call him psychopathic, other than professionals, is the simple fact of intelligence. It freaks people out.
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Postby promethean75 » Sun Oct 03, 2021 4:58 pm

"Are you crazy man? Nobody believes in God or a purpose. Those are the things about him that make him normal."

I know that, u know that, he knows that. What I'm trying to show u is the grand irony; Ted was always right, and he's lying in the last interview for the sake of those whom he's offended as well as those budding sociopaths who might see the video in the future. If he'da told the troof, he'da been like 'yo it is what it is', but imagine the mayhem that woulda caused. Ted was bearing the responsibility of the noble lie, and if you've ever had to tell the noble lie, you'd know what it's like and what it can do to a man.

Ted Bundy was sacrificed for all us pervs. he is our christ dude, and you won't understand this unless ur a perv.

"That is what makes him actually "psychopathic," that is, out to cause people pain for his enjoyment."

This is too textbook and simplistic. U don't understand how it develops. If a contingency of sexual arousal arises without being compelled during an act of experimental violence, and happens to be in tandem with a period of intellectual development that has brought the perpetrator to the opinion that there is no god or objective morality (which he does much later after leaving the home and entering college), then you have a person who is literally unable to BELIEVE that he shouldn't sacrifice others for his own pleasure. But this is beside my initial point so hold on.

Initially, I mean, the desire is just to get the sex and the perpetrator doesn't yet know whether or not the addition of violence to the acquisition of it, will contribute to his pleasure. Incidentally, it will be necessary to be rather violent to obtain the sex, since it's rape and non-consenting. And here is where and when it happens... where determinism gets its hands on the neural networks linking the limbic system to the frontal lobe, and Teddy, over-run by some uninvited primal animal like adrenaline rush, suddenly pops a boner when all he wanted to do was experiment with a basic rape without excessive violence. Or vice versa. An intended physical assault only might arouse sexual desire as well.

Note that the first known assault was not an abduction. He was experimenting with the fantasy derived from the sexualized violent porn he was into. There was nothing of 'possession' here, no desire to abduct, dispose of and return to, any bodies. This was the very earliest stage, and he didn't know what he wuz gonna feel.

For Ted, it was already too late in Sparks's case. He had already been conditioned through operant reward and the association for/of violence and sex. He was predisposed long before he could turn the phrase 'im a psychopath because I cause others pain for my enjoyment' or even understand what that means. It's alleged, but never proven, that he murdered an eight year old when he was fourteen. Lotta circumstancial evidence but nothing solid. Never confessed when asked. If he did, my theory is that he wouldn't admit it because then his mother and his home life would by under much more direct scrutiny; what is a fourteen year old doing stealing eight year olds out of their bedrooms at night, and where is his mother, etc. Ted had enough respect for his moms (his ex sister) to keep her implication as far away as possible. He wanted us to believe he made this monster when he was in college. But it wasn't. He was trying to take the blame for not controlling something that already had him long before his twenties.

Remember when he laid all the knives around his sleeping aunt in the bed? Bro he was like three. Wtf is that about the evil little fucker.

"No no, I insist, what made him "psychopathic" is a feeling of powerlessness so deep and so unacceptable, it breaks something."

Absolutely true, every time. U look around those killer's lives and you'll find events and combinations of events that are just that. Overwhelming feelings of failure and/or alienation and abuse during the formative years.

Only later if the killer makes himself a work of art and gets into it, does he experience a new learned sense of success. Remember the seeds were seen when Ted was in boy scouts, more or less. He was very awkward, quiet, not very athletic, so not very popular, etc. He would sneak off into his own private world and look at those horrible magazines while his peers are out at the roller skating rink socializing and sharing milk shakes.

What redeems Ted from the kemper-complex, which is that image of oneself as a failure with women that stays the entire course of the killers life, is his tremendous, tremendous success with a lotta hoes both socially and romantically.

This is why we can't sustain our 'he was a wus' diagnosis indefinitely like we can with Schaefer. Ted became a frickin de sade and had mastered the whole shit in like two years bro. The only reason Ted wuddint a pimp instead of a rapist is because of that godforsaken ugly ass Volkswagen he drove. Plus he also had that fixed subconscious image of the sexualized female object that allowed him to differentiate between women to socialize with (Liz, Carole) and women to use exclusively for fantasy.

Bro. Look at Carol da ronch. She pulls up in a cherry red camero and jumps out looking like a life sized barbie doll. Seriously go look at her back then. This woman radiated sexual desire and so ol' officer Roseland had to go to work son.
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