Saturday, March 29, 2008

This WILL BE Mandy +Glass Dildo in her Asshole. (AND A CONTEST!)

Sorry for the delay this weekend. The new vid will be online as soon as possible. We are having some technical difficulties, but hope to resolve them soon.

-So when this goes up what'll it be?

It'll be me (and Zak was kind enough to lend a hand) playing with one of Kimberly Kane's glass dildos. In my butt. It felt good. Just in case you can't tell when you see it.

-So what are you doing right now? Is there a glass dildo in your butt as we speak?

No, I'm visiting someone's family in Ojai. There's a show about how hot dogs are made on the t.v. The old Star Trek episodes are way more interesting.

-Which episodes?

All of them are better than watching liquified meat....but it was the one where the alien babe's necklace turns out to made of dilithium crystals and therefore saves everyone.

-What would you do if the "glass" dildo turned out to be actually made of dilithium crystals?

Well that'd be handy if Spock ever showed up again, during a typical Enterprise crisis, wouldn't it?

-Ummm--why would Spock show up while you had a glass dildo in your ass? I'm confused.

Who said he was gonna show up while it was in my ass. Maybe I'd just be looking at it, or cleaning it, or didn't even have it out.

-My point is, why would Spock be showing up at all?

If they were looking for the dilithium crystals. That's why.

-Ok, wait. Have you ever met Spock?

Yes. Well, no. I met Leonard Nimoy. At some art place. On my birthday.

-Is he a fan?

I have no idea.I doubt it. He was a fan of the painting of me I think.

-Weird. Did he ask you if he could borrow your dildo in order to power his space ship?

No, I didn't have any dildos yet.

-If the other show was about how glass dildos were made instead of how hot dogs were made would you like it?

Glass dildos look way cooler than hot dogs but taste much worse. So probably.

-Did you know that glass blowing requires a device called a "glory-hole"?

No. But that's kinda awesome.

-According to wikipedia it's "A glassblowing term for an opening in a furnace, or a stand alone furnace, which is used to reheat the molten glass as it is formed". So in order to make that dildo, you need a "glory hole". Also, according to wikipedia, it's "A small compartment fore or aft of the main engine room in a ship, usually contains access to steering or output shaft gear." So maybe there's one on the Enterprise. So do you think maybe Scotty sometimes says "I canna remove the crstals from the glory-hole Captain, she's going ta blow sky high!"?

Oh, who knows, you're being silly. I think the actor who played Scotty was Canadian too, like William Shatner. I think I read something about him in a newspaper when he died. I could be wrong though.

Hey, did you know Kimberly Kane shot this new footage? Isn't she amazing? There will be stills from this scene up at www.kanearmy.com soon I think.

-How did you get her too do that? Did you go "Hey Kimberly, can you gimme some footage?" and she said "Yeah, sure" 'cause she thought you meant you were gonna foot-fuck her again?

Um, I think she just really wanted to watch me get fucked. By Zak Sabbath. I think she has a little list of naughty things she wants to see me do with certain people.

-In Wikipedia, it says Scotty is Canadian and they have a picture of Kimberly Kane there where she looks Egyptian.

Ok.

-Did you know Leonard Nimoy photographs naked girls?

Yes I knew that. Did you know I also met his wife? Who played alien chicks on the show? (Or, I think she did, she looked very familiar.)

-I didn't. Did you envy her because she got to play an alien girl on Star Trek and you didn't and if you ever do it'll be on the stupid Scott Bakula one or one of those star Trek movies that they make that nobody watches?

I would never ever be on that travesty of a Star Trek show. But I watch those movies when I really need a sci-fi fix and I've already watched all the good movies and Star Wars.

-HEY! Would you give a prize to a fan who recommended a good sci-fi movie to you that you never saw before?

I would. But I'd have to think up a decent prize. Signed photos or something maybe.

-Signed panties?

Sure. Worn panties?

-Of course.

Yeah. Good sci-fi movies. Let's do it.

-Ok, so HERE IS A CONTEST FOR ALL READERS: Reommend to Mandy a sci-fi movie she has never seen that she ends up liking and you will get a pair of signed, worn panties, or a photo if you prefer. So list off the ones you've already seen....

Ok--
All the Star Wars movies
All the Aliens
All the Star Trek
Thx-1138
Blade Runner
Flash Gordon
5th Element
All the Matrixes
Both Pitch Blacks
Akira
Urotsukidoji
Angel Blade
All the Terminators
All the Mad Maxes
Cube
Plan 9 From Outer Space
Barbarella
12 Monkeys
Alphaville
ummm--can't think of any more off the top of my head--but anyway, send in good movies and if I like yours best, you can have my panties. Bye.

Contest ends Friday April 4th. I won't be taking any movie suggestions after that.

26 comments:

Benny Profane said...

As an emploee of MorbidEmpire, I must recuse my self of the contest, but Shane Caruth made an excellent zero-budget Sci-fi movie called "Primer" about two slacker tech support guys in Texas who accidentally destroy the space/time continuum.

Also, the so-called "Jeffries tubes" on Star Trek were indeed the equivelant of nautical "Glory Holes", but Gene Roddenberry, being a veteran of the L.A.P.D, had too many intense memories associated with our fair city's several land-locked "Glory Holes", so he re-named it something less stimulating.

Also, I love documentaries about industrial meatpacking, how hot dogs are made, the history of silt-dredging, etc.

Co said...

Hi, I'm a fan since the first video (saw it on gramponante.com), but anyway here's a list of good scifi movies:

- Dark City, by Alex Proyas. It feels like a mix of the first Matrix with the first Crow (Proyas directed this too), but it was released before Matrix.
- Ghost in the Shell, by Masamune Shirow. Most people love this, I like it too, but not that much.
The Abyss, be James Cameron. It's slower than the others, kind of like 2001 (ok not that slow), but interesting nonetheless.
- Gattaca, by Andrew Niccol. Very good.
- Scanners, by David Cronenberg. Some people don't consider it sci-fi, even if it wasn't it's still a very good movie.

That's it, all I can remember now. Heh, if I win this I would prefer a signed pic, but you will have to ship it all the way down to Brazil, where I live.

t-rocc said...

i've loved the last two installments!

as for sci-fi films - you should check out "Dark City" and "Gattaca" - also the "Firefly" series. or the new Battlestar Galactica series... good stuff, all.

Farson said...

Great video this time.Looking forward to more, especially whatever it is that Kimberly wants you to do.

Farson said...

I suggest Primer or the Lathe Of Heaven remake.

www.mandymorbid.com said...

Oops! I have seen Ghost in the Shell and Gattaca.

Scanners I saw when I was very young and can't remember so that one still counts as I'll have to re-watch it.

A Crow Quill said...

You might like "Dark City"

Diggs said...

Escape from New York
They Live
Hell Comes to Frogtown

Eric said...

That's easy, watch Serenity! T-rocc kinda already mentioned the series (Firefly), but not the movie that it spawned. It's like a whole campy movie about Han Solo, the space cowboy.

bairdduvessa said...

That was so hot. um i wish i knew of a good flick for ya but i can't think of anything.

T.A. said...

You have no idea how much I love you for saying "Alphaville." <3 Godard!

Hmm. Sci-fi films eh?

Le Voyage dans la Lune.
Metropolis.
The Blob.
Eyes Without a Face (I'd classify it as horror, personally... but the DVD comes with the excellent documentary Blood of the Beasts, but I digress).
Brazil.
The Cell (again, a bit of a stretch, but Ishioka's costume designs are exquisite).

Loved this week's video too. Was wondering if we'd get some staircase delights (I've been on a Coil kick).

Zak Sabbath said...

Hey "Crow Quill", are you a Circle Takes The Square fan?

Adam said...

mst3k the movie???
or how about Over Drawn at the Memory Bank??
those a couple i can think of but i know tons more.

Adam said...

MST3K the movie??? or Over Drawn at the Memory Bank?? those are both worth watchin. gotta love serenity and firefly like mentioned.

Mister Hyde said...

Clockwork Orange is one of the all-time best. You've probably seen it and many don't automatically think of it as sci-fi, but a fantastic film nonetheless.

Andromeda Strain is a riveting, classic sci-fi film.

Surely you've seen Rocky Horror, which is arguably a sci-fi musical.

Also difficult to classify but Donnie Dark can be considered sci-fi and an awesome film.

Dune is really long and some say tedious, but I say worth the investment. And I confess to being a huge David Lynch fan.

Mars Attacks is entertaining; goofy, cheesy but worth seeing.

Lastly, props to Diggs for recommending "They Live" with Rowdy Roddy Piper, a surprisingly entertaining sci-fi flick.

JonestownTea said...

I certainly hope you are into comedic sci-fi movies because I am voting for the following:
Tremors
2001: A Space Odyssey

And for the slightly more serious I would like to vote for two you have probably already seen which are Back to the Future and Donnie Darko

Tom Bryski said...

Escape From New York
Gattaca
Equilibrium
They Live
Looker
The Thing (John Carpenter version)
Event Horizon
Dune (80's version)
Dr. Who (BBC series)
The Mist (just came out on dvd)
Planet of the Apes (60's version)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (70's version)

Dagon said...

Tank Girl. Just go watch it again. Haha!

Stephen said...

Ok, THE classics: 'The Day the Earth Stood Still', 'Forbidden Planet', 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers', original 'Planet of the Apes'; more recently, 'Flesh Gordon', 'Galaxy Quest', 'Blade Runner', 'Looker', 'The Thing', 'The Quiet Earth', '1984' (depressing, but brilliantly done), 'Bambi Meets Godzilla' (short, but extremely good), 'Dark Star', 'Time After Time'. And one brilliant TV miniseries: 'Edge of Darkness'.

www.mandymorbid.com said...

Okay everybody---keep sending suggestions, but Friday is the last day I'll be taking 'em.

So, again, Friday is the last day for the contest.

Oh, and no one suggest "the man who fell to earth" because I've seen that.

Soooo many movies to watch....

Vien Savio said...

There is only one must watch sci-fi flick and that is

The Holy Mountain by Alejandro Jodorowsky.

for contemporary flicks,

-City of Lost Children
-Twelve Monkeys
-Grindhouse - Planet Terror
-Sky Captain and the World Tomorrow
-Back to the Future series

Anthony said...

"Le Dernier Combat", or the Final Battle, by Luc Besson (5th Element, The Professional, etc.). Excellent post-apocalyptic piece. I think there are 2 words spoken throughout. Very visual. It's old, but on NETFLIX.

mitch p. said...

David Cronenberg's VIDEODROME (1983)
"long live the new flesh"

Mitch P. said...

Oh, and here is the trailer...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N64QVG4CYHc

Dagon said...

Well... there IS a movie, but it's the whole series that's actually good if you're into anime. Cowboy Bebop.

Eric said...

I guess it's too late to be an entry in the contest (which means you can watch it whenever the hell you feel like (whee)), but another really good sci-fi to watch is called "Upload" starring Eva Angelina. I'm sure it's the best porn sci-fi ever (although I think I've only watched the one...). The acting is actually quite good, although the overacting is the reason to watch it again, aside from, y'know, the sex. Here's a review of it from an awesome sex blog (which is actually where I saw your webpage linked): http://fleshbot.com/sex/great-porn/dvd-review-eva-angelina-in-upload-323959.php