The latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians was heavily subtexted. Brody Jenner walked in on Kim (his half sister) posing for nearly nude selfies and got turned on!
Kloe said that her and her brother are like a platonic married couple and they have always lived together. This isn’t the first time she has acknowledged their close relationship, she joked in In Touch Magazine about incest and it has come up in numerous episodes of the show and her own reality spin off.
(Please note photos are not from the actual episode)
Canadian actor Kyle Schmid is in both of these films that contains incestuous subtext between brothers.
In Fear Island, which is kind of like an I Know What You Did Last Summer kind of film, there’s rather a lot of subtext between the brothers Tyler and Kyle. It is even implied they had a threesome with a young girl.
The Travis family façade is destroyed by an event incomprehensible to them — an event which will open locked doors and finally reveal the secrets that have haunted them for decades. [IMDB]
“Imaginary Heroes” (2004) gives us yet one more troubled suburban family, with suicide and drugs and a chill at the dinner table. [Roger Ebert]
This is another great movie about dysfunctional families and contains a loving and shippable brother/sister relationship, a close mother/son relationship, and accidental incest. Read under the cut for that major spoiler. But I recommend watching the film first because it is a real surprise.
*Contains Major Spoilers*
Categories: Brother/Brother, Brother/Sister, Film, Mother/Son
Tags: accidental incest, canon, dyfunctional family, emile hirsch, gay, homosexuality, imaginary heroes, incest, jeff daniels, michelle williams, sigourney weaver
Just when you think you are going to watch just another scary horror movie…yep, more incest. And in more than one way.
A man and a woman awaken to find themselves captured in a cellar. As their kidnapper drives them psychologically mad, the truth about their horrific abduction is revealed.(IMDB)
Back again to bring us more “hot melting incest” is Elisha Cuthbert, who starred in one of the most incestuous heavy subtexts movies ever, House Of Wax.
If you like horror movies (like I do) and twists, I think you will really enjoy this film. Plus it features two pretty awesome Canadians – Daniel Gillies (The Originals) and Elisha Cuthbert (House of Wax, The Quiet). What is it about Elisha Cuthbert always getting stalked by brothers in twisted horror movies?
Most of the reviews I read about this film said it was ripping off Saw or trying to be like a torture porn. I don’t agree. I enjoyed the whole movie and thought it was more of a twist on those franchises than anything. It is nowhere near as gory and torturous as Saw or Hostel. I don’t care for useless gore or just killing for the sake of it, and didn’t find this that gory at all. The camera usually fades out when anything to graphic comes up, which is only a few times. It does rely on a few cheap tricks, and included some unnecessary stuff in the beginning, but it makes up for it in the end. You won’t see it coming (unless you read the rest of this review, but I urge you not unless you watch the movie first because spoiler alert!) I thought it was one of the few actually intelligent horror movies, if you look at it a bit closer.
*MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD*
I absolutely love this song and especially this cover by the band Aiden. The original version was in the classic 80’s vampire film The Lost Boys, and this new version of the song was made for the 2008 sequel. I love both films, and both also feature siblings, so check them out!
You can listen to an interview with the original writer of the song here. While it is hard to tell what the writer really meant when he wrote it, people have speculated it could be incest or the vampire race/community as it relates to the film.
It could be talking about vampires who have fallen and are forever doomed in this dark, miserable world that they can’t get out of. They are calling to their sisters (and brothers) a.k.a. people of their kind, to come to them and join them so they wont be alone in this world that doesnt understand their pain. In the movie the main character refers to the vampire tribe as a family, and he continues to seduce and manipulate the girl into joining the tribe. He cant be human again so he is trying to get her to become like him.
Listen to the song here. What are your thoughts?
Incestuous subtext between brothers in this short film titled “Drowning” that is now being developed into a feature film called “Teenage Kicks!”
In the final moments of his 17th year, Miklós Varga’s world has come crashing down. His plans to run away and escape his claustrophobic migrant family have been brutally undone by the unexpected death of his older brother, Tomi. Only Mik knows the events that led to this tragedy and as far as he can see there is only one person to blame. Himself. He is suddenly torn between his desire to head north and start a new life with his best friend Dan, and his familial obligation to fix his broken family: torn between the life that he wants to have and the life that he feels he’s expected to have. Can he fill the aching void left by his adored sibling or is he toxic and destined to bring ruin upon everyone he loves? Teenage kicks is a journey through the minefield of adolescence, as Mik searches for a way to navigate through his guilt and explosive sexuality to become the man that he wants to become.
Watch the short here. You can also check out the making of the short film “Drowning,” featuring actors Miles Szanto and Xavier Samuel here.
Including psycho twins, and their mom.
And their Norman Bates relationship with her.
And Ryan’s close relationship with his niece.
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