9/20/12

LUCIFER VALENTINE

Written by Greigh Johanson

Late one winter evening in the month of February, all hell broke loose. It was rumored that another director had pushed the boundaries to the spiritualist blasphemies. It was about a director so mad that he sold his soul to the devil through his film company "Kingdom of Hell Productions". Lucifer Valentine is his pseudonym and no one has ever seen such a controversial and shocking film that his series-debut "Slaughtered Vomit Dolls" , and this devastation would soon get two more sequels. Here is an exclusive interview with the director behind Vomit Gore-series, Lucifer Valentine.



Greigh Johanson:
- I found it very difficult to make an innovative interview with you. You are very generous and set up interviews quite often and it can result in some questions might be repeated. I'll try to avoid asking questions that previously have been put to you. You primarily created the Vomit Gore Trilogy for your own purposes and you call it art. But what started your thoughts about this series and how did you get these humiliated women to submit to your strength as a self-minded director?

Lucifer Valentine:
- Hahaha, well I am a Dom, so I don't have to "get" women to be submissive to me, most of my relationships are with very submissive women who most often seek me out and ask me to be their Dom. In the case of the two main star Angelas from the Vomit Gore Trilogy, Ameara LaVey and Hope Likens, they both approached me initially and wanted a personal/professional relationship (Ameara liked me as we met through friends and wanted to date me and Hope was a fan of Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and wanted to be Dominated by me in a movie and contacted me through myspace). I'm naturally a Dom, and so when I met Ameara LaVey and she was quite ill at the time from drug and alcohol addiction as well as being very malnourished and bulimic, it was a easy natural progression for Ameara and I to enter into a 24/7 Total Power Exchange agreement as she was pursuing me and I know that in order for me to help her and Dominate her I would require 24 hour access to Ameara, and, being a artist I naturally wanted to film the experience which led to the creation of Slaughtered Vomit Dolls!

                                    Ameara LaVey                                      Hope Likens


GJ:
- Your films are very violent, and the last part of the Vomit Gore Trilogy is among the most violent movies I've ever seen. What is your experience in violent movies? What was it that made you so fascinated about violence and do you have any tips on films that are considered more violent than "Slow Torture Puke Chamber"?

LV:
- In my movies the extreme violence represents the destruction of the human form and in turn the human condition to show that one can transcend the horrific traumatic elements of one's life by fully embracing and immersing oneself in that hellish realm; so, using Angela Aberdeen as the archetype of the lost teenage runaway girl, the traumatic circumstances of the life of Angela are meant to be seen as obliterated both physically and mentally in the Vomit Gore Trilogy as we see the mutilation, decapitation and dismemberment of various aspects of her psyche, namely, the "Slaughtered Vomit Dolls" of the mind as we witness her tormented downward spiral into hell.


Pictures from "Slaughtered Vomit Dolls"

GJ:
- In SVD Ameara Lavey is very destructive and dark-minded because of her background. When we look at her last name, I draw a connection to "Anton Lavey" and his Satanic Bible. The book is in many respects the opposite of what the Vomit Gore stands for, so what's the connection with the last name?

LV:
- When I was dating Ameara, during the time in which we shot SVD, she was working in hardcore porn and as a stripper, and she needed a stage name and already had the first name Ameara, and I had talked with her many times about Satanism as I'm a Satanist and Anton LaVey and some very fascinating synchronistic connections between Anton LaVey and Jayne Mansfield, Marilyn Monroe the Manson-girl Susan Atkins, and many others and the dark supernatural energy and subsequent deep meaning created by the accumulation of what at first appear to be coincidences, and Ameara really liked those conversations and so she took the last name LaVey and added it to Ameara to complete her stage name.


GJ:
- Most directors are basically a source of inspiration for technology and content . Who has inspired you the most over the years as a director?

LV:
- No one has really inspired me. I 've only shot home videos with my sister and my friends. It's as simple as that I have never had any major movie - ambitions and dreams, I do not like it either. For me, filmmaking is about to document my life and the super-cool, secret friends I meet along the way.


GJ:
- And which directors do you like to follow and what is it that makes them so special?

LV:- I like Harmony Korine and Vincent Gallo as they both do their own thing and have very unique styles that unabashedly delve into themselves personally.


GJ:
- You grew up with two parents who are open and proud Satanists. They were terrestrial invertebrate researchers who studied bugs and what I have discovered is that you use a lot of secret messages in your movies that actually contain insects. Does this message have any connection with your parents?

LV:
- Hee hee, yes indeed. I was introduced to many different kinds of insects at a young age and they are definitely a motif in my work, and yes, as many people come to find out, there are many many hidden portals of meaning in all my movies, like tangent hallways a viewer can enter to explore if they like, and the scenes and dialogue are full of the accumulation of very symbolic elements and often tiny details like bits of dialogue that weave together an overall tapestry of themes and meaning throughout. Some pieces of this puzzle are large and quite noticeable, others are tiny and intricate and at first nearly imperceptible.


GJ:
- In this stage, most of us knows about your sexual orientation "Emetophilia" and that's what your Vomit Gore trilogy is actually about. But my question to you is how early you discovered your fascination to vomit and what is it that makes you attractive to something like this?

LV:
- I was traveling and was in Helsinki, Finland and some friends there wanted to have a "Maxhardcore" marathon; which meant they had un-edited versions of the creator of "puke-fucking" in porn, Maxhardcore! I sat and watched as Max rammed his cock down girls' throats to make them puke on his cock, then he'd fuck them in their ass using the puke as lube and that experience triggered my emetophilic reaction and I realized that I like to have hot girls puke on me. It so happened that when I met Ameara LaVey and we started dating, she was bulimic and working in hardcore porn so naturally we got into doing a lot of puke-fucking and vomit-related things sexually.

GJ:
- Do you see Vomit Gore as porn movies with a deeper message?

LV:
- My movies are not porn at all; many of the performers who portray the characters in my movies are bulimic and metaphorically represent materialized mental personifications of bulimia and other traumatic thematic aspects to Angela Aberdeen's life in the Vomit Gore Trilogy, and, since Angela is a runaway bulimic stripper turned porn star turned prostitute, naturally puking and porn-related images and scenarios are in the Trilogy.





GJ:
- In your second part "ReGOREgitated Sacrifice" I notice that you have added a new paraphilic invention, namely urolagnia. Is urine-sex something that turns you on and if so, do you have more hidden paraphiliac fetishes you want to talk about?

LV:
- Hahaha! yes I like piss-drinking for sure, I've drank girl's piss and I've pissed down girls' throats and had them drink it, I think its hot! I also like scat when it involves hot girls shitting and smearing shit all over themselves and doing "atms" which means ass-to-mouth, so I'll be fucking a girl in her ass and then take my cock out and stick it directly in her mouth and make her suck it and deepthroat it till she gags or pukes. I also love incest as many people know, especially with twins which is pretty much my favorite!



Pictures from "ReGOREgitated Sacrifice"

GJ:
- You had an incestuous relationship with your sister Cinderella who sadly committed suicide because of jealousy in 2006. How open were you with your relationship and how did your parents and closest friends see it?

LV:
- No one really knew about my relationship with Cinderella except my parents and a few close friends and of course at first its somewhat unexpected but it also made sense to them after the initial shock wore off as we had spent such an incredible amount of time together under quite isolated circumstances. I actually would have married her as she was quite obsessed with that but it didn't happen.


GJ:
- In the third part "Slow Torture Puke Chamber" there is a very controversial scene containing a fetus that discovers its first day of life in a very, very odd way. What was the basis for this scene and why did you go this far? How hated have you become for that scene?

LV:
- The fetus-massacre scene in Slow Torture Puke Chamber is meant to symbolize the sexually abused child of Angela Aberdeen that was born into a bizarre incestuous love triangle with her parents; and because of her parents' extremely dysfunctional relationship and their own drug addictions, neuroses, and suicidal tendencies never really stood a chance, right form the moment she was born, to experience anything but pure hell which led to her state of extreme bulimia that we see in the movie.



Pictures from "Slow Torture Puke Chamber"



GJ:

- You recently released your latest film "Black Metal Veins" released by Unearthed Films. Unfortunately, I haven't seen it yet, but can you tell us what it's about?

LV:
- Yes for sure, the movie description I wrote for retailers sums it well: Black Metal Veins unflinchingly documents the dark realities of despair and morbid self annihilation surrounding the lives of five heroin junkies. The addicts' intertwining stories of pain, loss, sadness, and abandonment lead the viewer down the agonizing and hideous path of horrifying psychological and spiritual destruction as the grim disease of heroin addiction infects and decays the bodies and minds of five young people.


GJ:
- From your movie-debut until today, you have mainly focused on movies from a documentary style. How does your future looks like? do you have any plans to do a proper movie or will you continue with the documentary style?

LV:
- Hahaha ! well I have no interest in the word "proper" let alone a proper movie, hahaha but I think I know what you mean; seriously, I don't plan anything in making art and whatever comes my way I honestly go with the flow and see what comes out of simply providing people with a happy friendly nonjudgmental environment to collaborate with me artistically and to express themselves in a totally free uninhibited way. My movies have a noticeable sense of realism and characteristics of documentaries because the subjects I film are often biographical in nature and I film my movies in a DIY-underground fashion.


GJ:
- What does your future look like? Do you have anything new going on?

LV:
- Yes I am nearly done shooting a fourth vomit gore movie, often referred to online as "vg4", and I have another documentary project after that which i already shot as well.


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