Saturday, July 18, 2015

a perfect trance

In case you've been living under a rock and hadn't noticed, YouTube is stuffed with snippets from TV shows and movies of people getting MC'ed. I have no idea who most of the posters are, although I have a hunch many of them are the same person. You don't come up with a nickname like "jbvljkvwlfh" unless you're tapping random keys on your keyboard to create one of many disposable accounts. The snippets themselves have random titles too, things like "Mind Control 37" or an all-caps abbreviation of a TV show/movie title, anything to throw production studios off the scent. Well, hell, I don't mind!

Unfortunately, most of these videos don't do anything for me. I don't like bimbofication, I don't think possession counts as mind control, and I don't like it when I can't can't tell the character is being controlled (i.e., when a good character I'm not familiar with suddenly turns evil. How am I supposed to know they're not always evil?).

On the other side of the coin there are excellent MC videos like the one I'm linking to below. It's not embeddable, but I promise you it's worth clicking. This clip hits almost all my fetish buttons: total destruction of personality and will; a slow, dazed walk with the woman's hands flat at her sides; deep trance in public with no one noticing or helping her; robotic responses in public with people still not noticing or helping her; and as the coup de grace, betrayal of the heroes to their enemies.

It doesn't get much better than this.


K said...

Always weird what some people list as mind control.
I've seen some where a person lists it and its just a person being talked into something. Not even an absurd one like, "You can spend the rest of your life serving us and when you're not doing that you can take care of our stuff.Isn't that a enough good reason why you should give us all the information on your rebellion and help us capture the others?" I mean just fast talking someone into agreeing to something they wouldn't normally do. There's a baffling amount of links where someone decides aphrodisiacs are mind control. Just makes no sense.

Pretty Sissy Dani said...

Just FYI...the clip is from a British TV series called the Champions, about three people with extraordinary abilities who work for an espionage agency. It had a brief run on US television in the 1960s.