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Blind Items Revealed #5

April 19, 2018

I have previously written about his unusual tastes in movies, but apparently this former A+ list mostly movie actor who is an Academy Award winner/nominee has a collection of movies featuring Japanese women being tortured and raped and rumors that one is also a snuff film. The reason it is a rumor is that the woman appears close to death in the movie and you see a man come from off screen with a samurai sword and raises it at her. As he swings it down, the film stops.

Nicolas Cage

29 comments:

John the peon said...

Damm Nick, and to think I felt sorry for you and your money problems.

UniversalEnergy said...

He's gross!

Fairylights said...

Not surprised.

akaElleLatham said...

He was in this movie: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0134273/?ref_=nv_sr_1

HASHANAH said...

Not sure why he gets so many roles. His movies suck, his acting sucks. Now I know he is another Hollywood SICK FUCK!

cheesegrater15 said...

So he still thinks he's in 8mm

Andi F said...

His real name is Copala, as in his uncle is Francis. That's why he gets work.

Unknown said...

Movies are the Guinea Pigs saga, a disgusting hyperrealistic YET FAKE gore movies: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guinea_Pig_(film_series) and therefore NOT snuff films.

The Guinea Pig films (ギニーピッグ Ginī Piggu) are a series of six controversial Japanese horror films from the 1980–90s. The series achieved global notoriety mostly for the first two films as the producer needed to prove that nobody was actually hurt or murdered. The producer Hideshi Hino's original concept was to create a film adaptation of his manga work.

The tapes gained notoriety in Japan during the late 1980s and early 1990s when the sixth film of the series (Devil Woman Doctor) was found showcased in the 5,763 videotape collection of Japanese serial killer Tsutomu Miyazaki. It was erroneously reported originally as being the second film of the series. It was widely but mistakenly believed that Miyazaki re-enacted a scene from the second film as a part of his crimes. Because of the initial controversy surrounding the series, the series went out of production in Japan. However, the entire series has since been reissued on DVD in the United States, the Netherlands, the UK, and Austria.

In 1991, the films received additional media attention when film personality Chris Gore met actor Charlie Sheen and gave him a copy. Sheen then watched Flowers of Flesh and Blood and, mistaking it for a genuine snuff film, contacted the FBI to report it.[1] FBI agent Dan Codling informed them that the FBI and the Japanese authorities were already investigating the filmmakers, who were repeatedly interviewed by the Japanese police and eventually summoned to court to prove that the special effects were indeed fake.[1][2][3]

Christine said...

Just what I was going to say!Could catch!Life imitates Art?

J said...

Does anyone know where to find these types of films?

J said...

Lol, so desperate.

Just do some reading, and think things through. It'll take a very long time, but you'll make progress. Limited progress, but you can't want to go on living the way you do now.

Jane Hanoi said...

so charlie sheen tried to do a kindness by reporting thefilms to the fbi?
interesting

M Styles said...

He is so gross. And as someone else stated above, he is an AWFUL actor and his movies suck.

Sd Auntie said...

Creeper Coppola not aging well and has known Asian fetish. Going to Thailand soon Creeper?

Allie Gator said...

Knew he couldn't balance a checkbook based on reports of him being broke. Had no idea he was a sicko, too.

Paul Saint John said...

If the special effects were fake, then it was real. Or am I missing something, lol!
"(...) to prove that the special effects were indeed fake."

Neal M said...

You know you are fucked up beyond redemption when Charlie Sheen is a better human than you are. Sheen is so disturbed by the films that calls the FBI, and Nic decides to collect them.

schweetyfleety said...

So he was really the rich old pervert in the movie 8mm.

mary lamb said...

So he must've shared this viewing with someone who shared with Enty? Or Enty himself? Is that what we are to believe? Fake or not, this is sick shit.
Snuff films do exist and are of utmost interest to their elite procurers. They can tell the fakes from the real thing. I feel sick knowing this.

Cee Kay said...

What's the big deal? Most snuff films aren't real anyway.

Sd Auntie said...

Sure Cee Kay that's something a serial killer would say. Violence against women starts with crap like this. You'd probably be more outraged if it was a cat or dog right,?

Kno Won Uno said...

I’ve heard snuff film rumors since the early 80s

Sal T said...

There are real snuff films available on the dark web. Australian Peter Scully was arrested and is currently serving time in a Thai jail for multiple crimes against children including rape, torture and murder. His channel on the dark web was called No Limits Fun and the most famous video on that channel was Daisies Destruction. That video shows the extreme torture, sexual abuse and murder of an 11 year old girl, another part of the same video shows extreme torture and sexual abuse of a 5 year old and a baby. Those victims were thought to have survived the ordeal. Apparently thousands upon thousands of sickos watched Scullys videos. I hope he suffers for what he’s done.

https://www.news.com.au/world/asia/australian-child-molester-peter-scully-faces-death-penalty-in-philippines/news-story/f15a28a8b971d95f815b5f6105814ff9


JL said...

America's nightly entertainment is violence against women. Every television night features several police procedurals or movies about serial killers and 80% of the victims are women if not children. This then gets drummed into the sickos heads.

J said...

These idiots getting off to special effects, fucking douchebags into this bullshit. Let's get that Sheen kindness blind up so we can skip over it.

Adrastia said...

Wasn't that Japanese film in the Guinea Pig series? They look pretty real and gory. But it's a series of fictional horror films that have fooled people before. Charlie Sheen of all people actually reported this particular film to the FBI because he thought it was real. And it was investigated already. It was found to be nothing more than a work of fiction.

The controversy of the films caused Japan to stop producing copies. But you can still get your hands on them. I don't think it's that weird to be into gory horror. Plenty of normal people watch these sorts of things and don't develop messed up fetishes or become serial killers.

But if you are watching lots of films where women are tortured and killed then you probable have some serious issues with women and I certainly wouldn't want to be alone with you.

I've only seen Mermaid In a Manhole because I like Hideshi Hino's manga. But no one would think that's real because of the mermaid in it. I read a lot of horror manga and I'm not going around trying to murder anyone.

Maybe Cage has the entire collection of Guinea Pig films? I don't buy that this blind holds any water at all. Especially since the film in the blind is fiction and it's already been checked out. But I also don't expect the average person to know about it anyway. Because the average person isn't going to watch these films, which are for a niche audience. That audience may include some sickos. But some of that audience is just really into gory horror. Don't confuse the two.

The court of public opinion is way harsh. That said, I'd be wary of a guy who is specifically into films where women are tortured and killed. But we also don't know what else is in is collection and maybe this blind is cherry picking too much?

Thot Crimes said...

@
" JL said...
America's nightly entertainment is violence against women. Every television night features several police procedurals or movies about serial killers and 80% of the victims are women if not children. This then gets drummed into the sickos heads." Yeah, it's almost like a bunch of people randomly decided to start programming rapist and serial killers all at the same time, for many many years.

LadySabreX said...

Just because someone likes extreme horror movies doesn't make him a bad person. Nick Cage actually helped parents get the word out on a missing child, so stop being so judgmental. http://www.tmz.com/2015/12/04/nicolas-cage-missing-girl-found/

Sd Auntie said...

If your looking for the nic cage fan club you came to the wrong place Lady. Being edgy and cool is a fantastic way to desensitize atrocities against women and children.

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