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The Meaning Of Gamer's Raver Porn Revealed

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What's the deal with those candy-haired ravers from Gamer we posted a picture of a while back? Writer/directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine explained their sleazy secret at Comic Con, and it has to do (not surprisingly) with gaming. Spoilers...

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It turns out there's a second game within this movie, apart from the deadly war-game that Kable (Gerard Butler) is trapped in. And the other game involves avatars who are living, breathing sex dolls.

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This other game in the world of Gamer is described as a "fetishistic 'society' game" - an Adult Sim where players can play dress up (and undress) their living avatars. While the characters of 'Slayer', the first-person shooter within the film, are all death row inmates, this first-person porn is populated with participants who are being paid to do unspeakable things while under someone else's total control. Amber Valletta plays Kable's wife, Angie, who becomes ensnared in the sex slave Sim game.

Mark Neveldine admits:

Angie is a tough role. There's the pain Amber has to go through being controlled, the sexual things the script put her through and the emotions grief and all that stuff.

Brian Taylor describes the game's dynamic as "much like the adult industry", with people being paid to enter into various sexual situations, some willingly, and some less willingly. Regardless, within gameplay these human sex dolls must surrender completely to the gamer's control. Despite the game's vibrant candy colors and glittery aesthetic, Taylor confesses "it's a very dark place."

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I hate the "future rave" scene every single fucking time it's used by hollywood. It's become such a poorly implemented cliche.

I'm almost surprised they still use this garbage in big budget films.

the other schlock I can kind of understand. they have to have a way of filling the seats and I guess there might be worse ways.

But every time I watch something and it has the scene, it's an instant turn off.

Caprica is the last thing I remember that had one, and it instantly turned me against that show. and it was what, a minute or 2 into the goddamn pilot?!