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Proof that a movie doesn't need to be porn to get you hot and bothered.

This is also one reason why some think the MPAA needs to rework its system. Most of these examples are films that are no more than PG-13. Yet smoking now gets more scrutiny than this stuff.

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  • The fight sex scene in Mr and Mrs Smith was pure gratuity for anyone who likes it a bit rough.
    • I would let Brad Pitt hit me anytime.
  • Jason Statham. Win. Jason Statham motor oil fight in The Transporter? FULL OF WIN! Sexy, SEXY win.
    • Not to mention the five or so minutes of gratuitous shirtlessness leading up to that lovely fight. The Transporter: Where everyone wins (if they're audience members).
    • And Crank? At the mailbox? With a crowd watching? Warm in the tingly parts does not even BEGIN to describe it.
      • Crank: High Voltage has a similar (and much longer (and sillier)) scene on a racetrack.
  • This troper particularly enjoyed the scene in Mission: Impossible III where Ethan is captured... and then wheeled into an interrogation room strapped to a table and wearing a muzzle. Sure, it's Tom Cruise, but we can freely admit he's good-looking regardless, and... and... muzzle!
    • Michelle Monaghan. Hot. Sweaty. Disheveled. Gun. Mercy.
  • True Lies had a scene where Ahnuld's character blackmails his wife into stripping for him. This troper saw the scene and immediately discounted any rumours that Jamie Lee Curtis was once a man. (It later occurred to him that some people might like that sort of thing.) Later on in the film, there's a catfight between her character and Tia Carrera.
    • We also got a peek of Jamie's jubblies back in Trading Places; God only knows where that "hermaphrodite" rumor came from.
      • There are intersexed people who look like JLC.
      • Okay, "jubblies" is now officially the least attractive word for tits ever.
    • JLC is aso barefoot for the last half-hour or so of the film.
  • GI Jane is basically a solid ball of fetish fuel. Men being humiliated! A woman being humiliated! A women being beaten up! A woman beating up the man who just beat her up! A women nearly getting publicly raped! Men in uniform! A woman in uniform! A woman shaving her hair off! A woman Covered In Gunge! Men Covered In Gunge! Viggo Mortensen as a Drill Sergeant Nasty with a tiny moustache! Another woman in uniform! The first woman in uniform being accused of having a lesbian relationship with the second woman, and never actually denying it! An assertive older woman with a southern accent! Viggo Mortensen in tiny little shorts! Et cetera! Et cetera!
  • Once Upon A Time In Mexico. Okay, apart from all the sexy heavily armed women, you have Johnny Depp as mentally whimsical Bunny Ears Lawyer CIA agent... being violently blinded. And becoming, regardless, a badass gunman. The bloody tracks down his face, and the whole bit where he's strapping all the guns... guh. Wow. (The woman who betrayed him kissing him on the mouth, with his face all bloody, before he shoots her isn't half bad either. Some people get Ho Yay vibes, too, here and there.) The guitar playing throughout has gotta fuel somebody's hand fetish, too.
  • Escape From New York: Snake Plissken. Period. His looks, his voice, his moves...what's not to love? Just the sight of him in that all-black leather ensemble he wore in Escape From LA was enough to send this troper to her bunk for the rest of the night...
  • Legion has some of the best CG angel wings this troper has ever seen (she missed dialogue watching them move) as well as a dirty, occasionally bloody Paul Bettany covered in Enochian tattoos and wielding multible guns. That's not even mentioning the angels' leather gladiator-like outfits and halo collars which were probably made with this trope in mind.
  • The trailer for the upcoming action movie Red features Helen Mirren firing a BFG. I just... um... bunk.
  • The Machine Girl. This troper already has a thing for East Asian women, but this movie is responsible for my new blood kink. This◊ is just too hot.
  • The A Team: Face + open bathrobe + beaten up while wrapped in tires = Need I say more?
  • The 60's James Bond parody Our Man Flint helped create a generation of hypnofetishists with the Pleasure Units, women brainwashed by the criminal organization Galaxy to be obedient sexual playthings. Dressing some of them in flesh-colored bodysuits didn't hurt either.
  • Is it just me, or was Michelle Rodriguez's get-up at the end of Machete quite clearly based on Snake Plissken?
  • Battle: Los Angeles: Michelle Rodriguez doing what she does best; sweating and blowing shit up.
  • When I saw Big Trouble in Little China as a small kid, I had found myself being mesmerized by the lovely Kim Cattrall from within that film, especially when she had wore that elegant red Chinese dress while having beautiful makeup on her face. Another thing that I liked about her from the film is that she had kicked an ugly sewer monster in the groin when it had grabbed Kurt Russell from behind (while still wearing the dress and having red high-heels on) and that it had contributed so much to my action dress, high-heel, and ballbust fetishes.

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  • The scene in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory where Violet Beauregarde inflates into a giant blueberry has started the blueberry-ing fetish. Thanks to the miracle of CGI, Violet's even more spectacular transformation in the Tim Burton-directed film adaptation has probably inspired a new generation of inflation fetishists.
    • Is this editor the only one who felt that her "much more flexible" scene towards the end of said adaptation is only making things worse?
      • Nope. This troper's husband turned to her at that line and said, "Well, she's going to make some man very happy."
      • I indulged similar thoughts when I watch that flexibility part too. Luckily the actress is the same age as me, so it's okay! Er, even though she was eleven when the movie was made....aww, I'm going to hell.
    • This troper will testify as one of these "inflationists" (the kind who're into the idea of people inflating, not balloons or inflatables) that this is also a source of fetish fuel for our particular interest.
    • There is also a parody video where it was revealed that Violet grew up to become a porn star catering to the blue skin crowd.
    • Here's a fetish I really, really could have done without. Getting turned on by being dumped in a garbage chute by squirrels, anyone?
    • Speaking of Willy Wonka, the tunnel scene horrified this troper when she was younger. Now that this troper is older, Gene Wilder screaming a disconcerting poem causes squiggly feelings. No, she doesn't get it either.
      • Might it have something to do with Gene Wilder being damn hot back then?
      • Indeed it might.
  • Similarly to the Violet example, many "macrophiliacs" (who like big...um...entire women, and cannot lie) point the start of their fetish to either Attack of the 50 Foot Woman or Alice In Wonderland.
    • I'm fairly sure my microphilia originated with Alice. It was either that or The Borrowers.
  • What's with all the bare feet in the movie adaptation of Harriet The Spy? Harriet and her two friends write little designs on the soles of their feet, that are then seen multiple times in the movie. Harriet dangles her drawn-on foot over the edge of the bathtub while taking a bath so she doesn't scrub the symbol off. Later, she is seen wiping the symbol off (when her friends turn against her), then yet later, they're drawing it on each other again (when they become friends again). True, the foot "tattoos" are meant to be a symbolic plot element, but still... who wants to bet some viewers caught a foot fetish from watching this movie?
    • The movie adaptation of Harriet the Spy was made by Nickelodeon, infamous for its Foot Focus on a lot of kid-based sitcoms. I guess giving little kids foot fetishes is okay, but Heaven forbid they see anything funny, gross, or suggestive on Ren And Stimpy or Rockos Modern Life.
    • Probably, since there's nothing like it in the book.
    • Bonus points for starring Michelle Trachtenberg.
      • Scenes in question are here.
        • Dude, wasn't she like twelve in that movie?
  • Any scene where someone is turned into a vampire by drinking a vampire's blood, preferably from the wrist, makes this troper shudder in such a good way. (Louis' transformation in Interview With The Vampire, anyone?)
    • Interview is 100% Fetish Fuel. Long-haired bishonen, eighteenth-century/Regency/Victorian clothing, old houses, dolls, bloodplay (the one scene where Lestat is killing the two prostitutes in front of Louis and squeezing the one's blood repeatedly into his wine glass), and of course vampires.
      • Most vampire films as a matter of fact- and that includes Fright Night. Chris Sarandon is quite sexy as the vampire Jerry Dandridge. And then there's the scene where the main character's girlfriend is turned into a vampire. The transformation is in three stages: while stage 1 is vaguely normal and stage 3 has More Teeth Than The Osmond Family, stage 2 is sssssmokin hot. Amy is one hot vampiress in that scene.
      • This troper can agree to the "vampire films are sexy." Stuart Townsend in Queen Of The Damned? When he sat up after his transformation, pursed his lips around his newly formed fangs and said, "More." *shudder*
      • Vincent Perez didn't look at all like book!Marius but when he growled at Stuart Townsend on the beach with his blacked-out eyes and sharp teeth, I promptly forgot my complaints.
      • Stop reminding me how hot those movies are, you guys! JEEZ. They'd be a goldmine of Rule 34, except Rice would totally sue. (Admit it — in Interview, Claudia's insistence on asserting grown-up sexuality was not simply fuel for nightmares. For someone. And— oh, damn. Men. Coffins. Holy shit.
  • For the people who both have a thing for Transformers and peeing, the "lubricating" scene from the 2007 movie just might have put them on cloud 9.
    • The sequel has Alice a Pretender that has a Freddy Krueger-style expendable tongue.
      • What, you only saw the tongue? Hot Decepticon Chick Has Awesome Tail. (Look closely. The tip is pink. Where did that come from, I wonder?)
      • The tip IS her tongue. Alice's long spiky chain functions as a tongue, a tail, and possibly even her spine. You have to hand it to Transformers: they are very flexible with shifting their body parts. Entire worlds of kink possibilities have just been opened., apparently did. I'm feeling rather ill right now...
  • Any time Tilda Swinton plays an ice queen. We really shouldn't be watching The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and be thinking about how Jadis the White Witch would look naked, shuddering and covered in a sheen of sweat, but Swinton has that effect.
    • Dude. Too Much Information!
      • This troper begs to differ, amigo. You get to see her sweaty and satisfied in Burn After Reading, which this troper owns ONLY because of that scene.
      • Constantine. She's ridiculously attractive both in a suit (with wings!) and in what looked like white leather bondage gear after her reveal as the Big Bad.
      • Oh jeez, you mentioned Gabriel. That part was probably what inspired this troper's androgyny fetish, and added to her already substantial redhead with curly or wavy hair fetish.
      • You like androgyny? You own A Night In Paris, don't you?
      • They're hospital bracelets, which makes it all the better for this troper.
      • Plus, barefoot.
    • Never mind naked, for this troper it was her in a chainmail dress, with her defeated enemy's scalp around her neck, fighting with two swords. I have never wanted the villain to win quite so much.
    • This troper doesn't even find Tilda Swinton that attractive normally, but her character in Michael Clayton just hits so many of his fetishes. There's the secene where she's dressing and getting ready for work, and you can see her armpits, with a little bit of a sweatstain through her blouse. She spends the movie in suits. She's a villain (which is a prerequisite to hitting any of my fetishes apart from the armpit one, although weirdly, I don't have a straight-up evil chick fetish). And then at the end where everything's falling apart and the police are leading her off. Not that she's going to be cuffed (bondage actually does nothing for me), but that look of shock and dismay as she sees everything she's done fall apart.
    • Speaking of Narnia... Prince. Fucking. Caspian. Oh God, the long hair, the melted chocolate brown eyes, the hoyay with Peter and Edmund, that VOICE and the Spanish accent!!! And the British one was lovely too.
    • In Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Lucy wearing man's clothing (Caspian's, according to the book) is strangely arousing.
    • Whenever Susan fires an arrow in one of those floor length, corseted dresses. Mmm.
    • There's a moment in Dawn Treader when Lucy uses Susan's bow that is also damn hot. As well as that (sadly brief) part when she fights with a sword.
    • I have an extreme kink for Rescue Romance and two people riding one horse so, Caspian riding in to save Susan from the Telmarine soldiers hit many buttons. Also, in Dawn Treader, Capsian pulling Lucy out of the ocean.
  • I've read and re-read this page, and have found not ONE mention of Fight Club. C'mon, the list writes itself!
    • They probably all remember the first two rules of Fight Club...
    • This troper will break that rule and say that Marla's "grade school" line induced some uncomfortable feelings, and not the ones you're thinking of.
    • Angelface. Oof. Pre-merciless beatdown (and mid-merciless beatdown, of course, though he's much less attractive with a gruesomely broken nose and disfigured face) he's quite lovely, and add to that some Ho Yay with Tyler, you've got me sold. Also, the chemical burn scene. Wow, I am a twisted little puppy.
    • The burning scene is the epitome of "Oh Jesus, this is horrifying. And hot. What the hell?" But not necessarily in a bad way.
      • Ah, yes, the chemical burn scene... Note that afterwards, Tyler kisses the wounded hand...and leaves a scar in the shape of his lips. Yeah....
    • Ed Norton. Brad Pitt. Sweaty. Shirtless. Beating the living hell out of each other. Need I say more?
      • The Ho Yay is very much deliberate. (Remember, the movie is based on a book written by a gay man).
  • As someone with a lingering fondness for long hair on men, this troper was in paradise with the Lord Of The Rings film trilogy. Aragorn, Elrond, Eomer, Faramir, and all those lovely, lovely elves...
    • Four words: Hobbit feet and elf ears.
    • A tied-up and shirtless Frodo in Return of the King did some rather... interesting things to this troper's psyche when she was younger.
    • Don't forget Faramir unconscious and covered in oil.
    • This editor would gladly ride with Eomer if given the chance. And what about the scene when Aragorn arrives to Helm's Deep all ragged and soaked, that gorgeous long hair... dripping wet... all clothes pressed against skin... panting heavily... I'll be in my bunk after I kill Arwen.
    • Miranda Otto as Eowyn... pasty, dimple-chinned (I so want to just touch it) chick with a sword, killing the unkillable? I am going to be raw in the morning...
      • "You handle pointy things well."
    • Ever-so-slightly off topic, but... this troper remembers Liv Tyler admitting in an interview that, to avoid visible panty lines under her sheer costumes, she went commando during filming; in the words of Conan O'Brien, "millions of nerd heads across the country simultaneously exploded" (and probably a great many non-nerdy heads, too).
      • That's great and all that, but the thing that got to me? Liv Tyler's big sticky-out ears. Just the way they poked through her long flowing hair, accentuating the pixie face and her unearthly beauty... Haaauuuurrgh.
    • This torper's entire thought process concerning Faramir was essentially "He hurts so prettily."
    • This troper agrees with the above statement of all the freaking gorgeous elves. Her particular favorite at the moment is Elrond, so what if he's 6000+ years old? He's aged pretty damn well and his voice is just...hhhnnngh so regal and soothing, its just awesome. Haldir comes in at a close second just because he's handsome and a bit of a smart-ass.
  • Good news about the Twilight movie. They improved it. Bad news. We got Carlisle. CAR freaking LISLE. Uncomfortably tremulous face-touching? Skinny, very blond, hot doctor with lots of beautiful 'foster kids'? Emotive and gentle? Mmmm. Then, we're treated to fun flashbacks. I'd let the elder Cullen suck the venom out of my wounds any day.
    • If you're a straight male/lesbian, there's about three seconds of footage where Bella isn't wearing pants.
      • A more detailed summary of this scene: Edward and Bella are in her bedroom (alone and unsupervised, I may add), where they have their first kiss. Heavy breathing ensues, Bella pretty much jumps him, and we discover that she is wearing, not unreasonably, a simple t-shirt and underwear in bed. Edward suddenly jumps back because he desperately has to control himself.
    • And then there is James. James - a hot, sadistic vampire who loves to play with his food before he eats it? And poses shirtless at one point? And then there is the fight scene with Edward on its own.
    • And speaking of sadistic mixed with some Foe Yay... James certainly likes to taunt Bella. Very much.
      • Am I the only one who found him running around with Victoria while Victoria's wearing the bloodied, torn tee shirt of a man they killed like a trophy of some kind... really, really, really direly sexy?
      • No, you're definitely not.
    • There's a deleted scene in Twilight where Victoria slams James up against a tree and proceeds to very enthusiastically and roughly make out with him. With them both gasping and groaning and with Laurent watching them intently with an expression somewhere between amusment and arousal. Victoria even licks/bites James' chest and he makes a sound that could impregnate the entire female population of Earth. Guh.
    • Another deleted scene has Esme pushing Carlisle up a wall and she pulls back teasingly when he kisses her. Ngh, so envious of them both.
    • In New Moon, there's a scene where Robert Pattinson is mind-raped by Dakota Fanning. Mmmm....
    • I can only watch the Twilight films with the Rifftrax accompaniment, and usually I have to force myself to be tight-lipped to avoid alienating my Twilight-loving friends. That being said, there is a scene in New Moon where Jacob and Bella are in the kitchen, about to kiss, and he speaks softly in Quileute to her. I will freely admit, without any shame or guilt, that it's one of the hottest things I have ever seen on film. And, ironically, it's one of the only scenes where dude keeps his shirt on.
    • The hell hasn't someone mentioned Alice yet? Tiny pixie genki girl who has visions of the future (albeit stupidly inaccurate and limited) and was confined to a mental asylum for most of her human life? And she's a VAMPIRE. Or so I heard. Goddamn. Not to mention her interactions with Bella. This anti would gladly see any of the films over and over again just to watch that girl.
    • Yes. Especially the part in Twilight when Alice assures Edward that she will look after Bella and puts her arm around her waist. And that part where she can hardly restrain herself from biting Bella after James' attack...the way she shudders and says Carlisle's name in that tremulous tone? Oh yes, yes, God yes.
    • The Cullens fight training in Eclipse. Tons of boys touching each other and girls holding their own again boys? Mmm yes please.
    • Jacob carrying Bella bridal style. While shirtless.
    • The HoYay in the flashback to Carlisle changing Edward. Oh God the HoYay. Carlisle holds Edward's hand, strokes his hair and whispers in his ear just before biting. And the biting! It's even stated in canon that drinking human blood is even more pleasurable to a vampire than an orgasm, and that was Carlisle's first taste of human blood... *trembles* And given that he probably beat himself up over how much he enjoyed it... I'll be in my bunk.
  • Every time Tom and Huck (the 1995 version with Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfro as the titular characters) came on TV, this troper would watch, and would always get a weird, tingly kind of feeling whenever the scene when Tom and Huck were covered in mud would come on. At least one of her other friends confessed that she had the same feeling too.
    • For this troper it was Rachel Leigh Cook, with the twin French braids and the Dorothy-inspired outfit.
  • I know, I know, it didn't happen, but Hannibal Rising is a wellspring of fetish fuel. (And other fuel, and squick aplenty, but screw it. The labcoats and turtlenecks alone are enough to give somebody a complex, gahds, and that's not even getting into the creative violence. And what Lady Murasaki runs around in. And the fact that it's Gaspard Ulliel, a.k.a., the ridiculously adorable French guy every fangirl and their mom wanted to play Edward Cullen for a while. With some kind of accent. Hell if I know what it's supposed to be. (Then, there's all the instances that prompted this troper's in-house nickname of ickle!Lecter as "Sexual Harassment Lecter"...)
    • This troper didn't watch the movie. She was far too distracted with the scene in the trailer of Ulliel licking blood off his fingertips, smirking oh-so-sexily all the while.
      • So glad to know I wasn't the only one.
    • Certain scenes of Ulliel!Hannibal shooting up with... something introduced this troper to a big ol' creepy kink I did not want to know I had. Thanks.
      • Yes, Gaspard, it's completely necessary for your shirt to be unbuttoned while you writhe around on the bed in a drugged-out state!
    • The FoeYay going on between Hannibal and the Inspector in Hannibal Rising. The Inspector gives Hannibal a lot of warnings and chances to back down and stop, and Hannibal points out their similarities and taunts the Inspector every time they meet.
    • There's something to be said for the scene where Grutas has his guards hold Hannibal down, grabs Hannibal's face, hisses threats in his ear, and then promises "look at me, and it won't hurt so much" when his men are about to cut Hannibal's face.
    • Speaking of, in Red Dragon, when Graham turns around and Lector slides the stiletto in, murmuring for him to relax and let it happen, and then gently lowers him to the floor with all the care of a lover, with the intent to claim Graham's heart... This troper can't help but find it all terribly erotic.
  • The Da Vinci Code — I can't be the only one — uh, Silas. Spanish-accented Evil Albino Roman Catholic, Woobie tendencies, kind of Ax Crazy, dark depressing past involving prison, IIRC— and did we mention that he spends a good long bit in the film naked and self-flagellating? And wears a metal cilice. Wrong. Way, way too tight. It bleeds freely and gives him a limp. Also, v. obedient. Damn.
    • Haven't seen it yet, but might, just for Audrey Tautou. In a suit.
    • The metal cilice part irked me, but agreed. So. Agreed.
  • The film version of Angels And Demons has Ewan McGregor as an unusually attractive young priest who ends up bloodied, branded, and being one of the bad guys. And an assassin in a sharp suit who resembles the lovechild of Father Anderson and Wesley Wyndham-Price. And an extremely cute blond guy who ends up half-suffocated in a locked room. Not quite at Silas levels yet, but still, fuel enough. There's also plenty of bondage, but only if you're into frightened elderly men.
    • Ewan McGregor is his own brand of Fetish Fuel. My best friend and I realized years ago that, excluding the Star Wars movies, in all of his films he is naked, smoking, singing, bleeding or some combination thereof. I dare you to find a movie where he isn't.
    • For this troper, it was his dress-like robes that finally did it. The above helped, but...
    • And how about Young Adam and the kitchen sex scene? It shouldn't be hot, it's certainly not supposed to be, but it's Ewan.
  • In the live-action adaptation of 101 Dalmatians, there's a scene of Cruella de Vil falling into a nice big vat of molasses and getting soaked. Now, tell me: I'm not the only one who replayed this scene over and over, am I?
    • Yes, because the way she emerged from the vat was too scary to be sexy.
  • The moment in Half Blood Prince when Snape was healing Draco's wounds oh so gently. No mention of either actors involved.
    • This troper particularly liked Draco moments before when he was bent over the sink, flushed and unable to control his sobs, loosening his tie, his sleeves rolled up...
    • This straight female troper finds Bellatrix Lestrange on a murderous rampage very very sexy...
      • No, this troper didn't find Snape telling Harry to keep quiet in the Lightning-Struck Tower scene sexy, but it made her all giggly. And she certainly can't wait to see him cry in Deathly Hallows.
      • Pretty much anything concerning Alan Rickman Snape does it for this troper, particularly in his interactions with Harry. The way he hisses 'Don't lie to me' in Goblet? And in Phoenix, he throws Harry against a wall. Then he did it to Draco in Prince. And will someone please tell me why his robes are so tight?
      • Bellatrix taunting Harry "ickle... baby... Potter..." drives This Troper wild. The scene where she kisses Draco (who, for some reason, is not wearing his leather pants) had me on Fan Fiction Dot Net within the hour.
      • Scabior sniffing Hermione in Deathly Hallows Part 1.
        • Bellatrix on top of Hermione pinning her to the floor interrogating and torturing her, making her cry, then scream.
    • Lucius Malfoy getting utterly humilated in front of the other Death Eaters, his disheveled appearance, that little noise he makes when Voldemort snaps the handle off his wand. Unf. All trembly and on the verge of of losing it, clutching a glass of wine, standing way too delciously close to Draco and stroking the back of his neck whilst practically begging him to identify Harry. Unf, unf.
  • Where The Wild Things Are. This troper couldn't help but feel sorry for all the vorers undoubtedly set off by KW hiding Max from a dangerously irate Carol by swallowing him up. (The boy is perfectly fine, albeit a little grimy, when she takes him back out.) It's a prolonged sequence.
  • Disney's Swiss Family Robinson. Watching Fritz and Ernst wrestling an anaconda while shirtless and wet.
  • Audition: The scene near the end where Asami is putting the needles into Aoyama's body and under his eyes. She is just too sexy.
  • Zooey Deschanel is walking Fetish Fuel anyway, but in her first main story scene in The Movie of Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy...white men's dress shirt, blue stretch pants, argyle socks, hair mostly up except for the odd follicle hanging around the edge of her face, and those fucking glasses! Also her Shower Scene(she also has one in Elf), where we don't actually see anything, but just her wet... And don't get me started on her fucking voice!
  • How have we got this far and not had any mention of Captain Hook from the 2003 Peter Pan movie? It's Jason frigging Isaacs in all kinds of Gorgeous Period Dress, and a very Parental Bonus shirtless scene. I don't normally like long curly hair on guys, but he managed to even rock that.
    • Am I the only one who wanted to see Wendy throw over that brat Peter, become Hook's first mate and sail off for the Spanish Main with him. Yeah I know. I also don't care. This film also started my general obssession with Rachel Hurd-Wood.
  • Oldboy hit this troper's incest fetish hard. The scene where Dae-Su spies on the guy and his sister at the school would've been hot even without that element. With it? WOW.
  • The 2009 Sherlock Holmes film. Dr. Watson surprised This Troper when she saw the trailer. He was always her favourite character but watching the movie, she was pretty sure the wetness in her panties was something more than her bladder weakness...
    • Dear God yes! This troper was in love with Watson from page one of the Sherlock Holmes books. Seeing Jude Law as him just about made her day. It's the only reason that this film graces her iTunes library.
    • The scene where Irene Adler has drugged Holmes did it for this one. I don't know whether it was the oh crap look on his face as he realized what was happening, or when she proceeded to make out with him as he slipped into unconciousness that made that grin spread over my face. And I'm relatively boring when it comes to turn ons...
      • On that subject, punch-drunk Holmes (or was it just the cocaine?) also hits the "dazed look" fetish... And I'm sure that many people enjoyed the slow-motion boxing scene which followed. On a more personal note, Victorian-era suits are a significant source of Fetish Fuel for this one, so a Holmes movie (based on the books, not the Basil Rathbone image!), especially starring Robert Downey Jr., is like a Fetish Fuel Station.
      • This Troper was more than a little gratified that Holmes ended up in sexy Victorian-era handcuffs at two different points in the movie. Yes, please.
      • When Watson saves Holmes' life at the dock. Guh. The touching. The HoYay. Hits my Rescue Romance kink so hard.
      • Watson also has a brief shirtless scene. Mmm.
      • An awful lot of shots of Noomi Rapace eating in the sequel...
      • Then there's the crossdressing and the wrestling on the train. Watson tears Holmes' shirt off. Holmes looks decidedly Joker-ish in the following scene, with all that smeared make-up.
  • I just saw Tim Burton's version of Alice In Wonderland. That movie is choked with Fetish Fuel. Just to get things started, Alice at one point, she grows out of her dress, and is standing behind a hedge, naked. She's a young adult in this, don't worry. Plus, I'm sure somebody gets off on Helena Bonham Carter's massive head.
    • This Troper was uncomfortably turned on by the Knave of Hearts, especially his elongated limbs.
      • She's a 19 year old who falls down a rabbit hole into a land where she grows and shrinks, meets talking animals including a cat and a caterpillar who is voiced by Alan Rickman and ends the movie in a cocoon and Johnny Depp. She wears many elaborate dresses, but in one scene she is NAKED on account of GROWING OUT OF HER CLOTHES.
      • The Knave of Hearts pinning Alice against the wall and saying "I like largeness". The Hatter opening the tea pot and seeing Alice naked for a brief moment. The Hatter mentioning how Alice is never the right size for him. The Hatter in general, actual. This is why the movie has become a favourite of mine.
  • It's not Nazis in general, not at all, but that uniform on Silken Floss in the Spirit? Perfection, not to mention that attitude...
  • Yeah, yeah, it's absolutely sick but Alex's makeup in A Clockwork Orange is lovely and Malcolm McDowell has an incredible voice. Most importantly, in the words of cracked.com, the second half of the movie would give "anyone who believes in the concept of karma a raging hard-on."
    • Dude don't forget the rape scene it had LOADS of fetishes such as Redhair, Small Breasts, Bondage (The Rubber Ball in her mouth), Group Sex, Rape, Coloured Clothes (such as her red long socks), Milf (at least i think), and Don't forget the three way scene that Brunette girl looked like the 70s answer to Scene Girls
  • I'll admit to having a bit of a thing for the last sex scene from The Man Who Fell To Earth. David Bowie, The Interplay Of Sex And Violence, and awesome cinematography? I know it's supposed to be Fan Disservice, but...
  • FantasticMrFox
  • Ingmar Berman's The Magic Flute has Monostatos perving over a sleeping Pamina, giving this troper her sleep fetish. Also, the marvelous Queen of the Night, with those gloves...
  • Crispin Glover as the Thin Man from the Charlie's Angels films makes me feel all squiggly inside. Consider his first fight with the Angels: he's in a suit, slicked-back hair (that doesn't look pervy), and taking long, slow drags from a cigarette. Then he shoots at the girls from a gun that he hid in his shoe before attacing with a cane sword, letting out a couple of maniacal screams as he does so. And THEN he rips out a chunk of Drew Barrymore's hair before running it over his face, inhaling, and letting out this sigh that...um...I'll be in my bunk.
    • No mention of the titular Charlie's Angels. Hot, badass girls, wearing pantsuits and high-heel boots, kicking ass and taking names. And also, this troper admits that the Thin Man brought out the gay side of his bisexuality.
  • In the 2005 King Kong the entire extremely attractive cast spend most of their time wet and covered in dirt/blood. And Naomi Watts is barefoot and only wearing a very thin nightgown for approximately half the movie. The boys also look very nice in tuxedos toward the end. Preston's glasses are a kink in themselves.
    • Oh, yes. This troper has a huge crush on Englehorn. It's the accent, mostly. This troper has a huge accent fetish, and Englehorn pushes that button so hard...Then there's Jimmy, the sweet young book lover, who wears the most awesome newsboy cap ever. Plus Preston. Yum. Let's just say that this troper was not watching the film for the giant gorilla.
  • Youth in Revolt is ultimate fetish fuel for Michael Cera lovers. He's shirtless through over 1/3 of the movie, he gets an (implied) erection in one scene, we see him peeing in the forest very briefly (and it's a very hot scene, let me tell you what), he jacks off RIGHT WITHIN THE FIRST 30 SECONDS OF THE FILM, there is a slow-mo scene where he is in the shower (it's really, really hot), and for those who like men with combed back hair and moustaches, then there's his alter-ego, Francois. You know, I think we need a separate page for this movie.
  • Dear God, how is Eduardo from The Social Network not on here yet? Everything about him in this movie just screams: Fucking. Sex. God. His voice (I love his accent), his hair, his Heroic BSOD moment in Mark's office, the ability to look fuckable in everything from a North Face to a slightly unbuttoned shirt to a suit. And that scene when he shows up in Palo Alto, soaking wet from the rain? I'll be in my bunk...
  • Kano, in the first Mortal Kombat movie. Though this troper think that the Mortal Kombat movies are so bad they are good, she was always turned on by Kano. His habit of almost always being shirtless, his nice body, his awesome accent, his knife, his cool cybernetic eye, his badass/asshole personality and the fact that almost everything he say seem full of sexual innuendos drive this troper crazy.
  • I'm probably the only one who thinks this, but I find Louise Fletcher as Nurse Ratched in the movie version of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest to be sexy as fuck. She seems more like a MILF dominatrix role-playing as a nurse than an actual nurse.
  • I've seen Jurassic Park III about a dozen times, and only just noticed something: In the beginning, Laura Dern is carrying her kid, causing her shirt to ride up...and she has a bit of a belly. Oh, what I wouldn't give for the chance to kiss around her belly button, maybe lick around the rim...
  • The Hunger Games: Goddamn, Jennifer Lawrence's butt looks good in those cargo pants.
    • You're forgetting that red jacket she wears at the beginning. I don't know why, but I can't take my eyes off it.
    • And the way she handles the bow...I'd let her use my arrow anytime!
    • When she gets mad at Peeta and shoves him up against the wall with her arm across his throat, made even hotter by the gorgeous dress/make-up she's wearing.
    • Isabelle Fuhrman as Clove.  Hello, Psycho-Loli.
  • John Carter: Lynn Collins' red, all over body tattoos. Makes me wonder how many she has that we don't see.
    • That's all we're saying about John Carter? Um. Taylor Kitsch/Carter all bloody (the red type, not so much the blue). Ditto mostly naked. Ditto ending up tied up in about a dozen different ways. (best one? That thing the Thern does with the amulet. Like, I want one. It creates scars, controls his movements and speech as well as inflicting pain.) And Dejah Thoris' magnificent commandingness. I'll be in my bunk...

AdventureEdit

  • Pirates Of The Caribbean 2 had an extended scene where Will Turner was shirtless and whipped.
    • No, he wasn't married to Elizabeth at that poi-oh, right.
    • It also has Tia Dalma growing to giant size, writhing in ecstasy in the process.
    • And this troper disproportionately enjoyed the scene (implicitly post-coital) where Will rubs and kisses Elizabeth's bare leg. Complete with enjoying-it-a-bit-too-much reaction shot. All in lovely close up... Ahem.
      • As this troper exclaimed "Obviously, Will goes down!" This was only made better because I previously hated Orlando Bloom. Then he started throwing Elizabeth around, being snarky, and generally misbehaving. And let's not forget the end of At World's End where he pops up with his shirt ripped open, a delicious scar, and a black bandanna.
    • Then there's how Jack Sparrow flirts with both Elizabeth and Will. Is there such a thing as being bisexual-sexual?
    • Yes. Yes there most certainly is.
    • Norrington was prime Fetish Fuel for me in the 2nd film. His ponytail, deep voice and cynical deadpan snarker attitude got me all too well. He is also pretty hot in 1st and 3rd film (Men in uniform, anyone?) but 2nd movie really wins the price.
    • Is it just me, or does anyone else get the vapors whenever Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa comes within 10 feet of Keira Knightly as Elizabeth? The first movie obviously has a ton of leering and innuendo, but the third movie has it too.
    • Speaking of Barbossa, anyone else feel a special tingle whenever he shot, stabbed, or otherwise mauled people?
    • This troper would just like to point out that an early scene in "At Worlds End" featured an entire shipful of Captain Jack Sparrow. In various stages of dress, including a shirtless version.
    • Keira Knightly in a corset.
    • The scene in Dead Man’s Chest when Elizabeth, Pintel and Ragetti are sharing two swords between them and still kicking ass greatly encouraged my competency-kink.
    • The scene when Elizabeth and Will get married. There’s something so sexy about them all wet and disheveled and kicking ass before and extremely hot kiss. For that matter, there’s also when Elizabeth handcuffs Jack to the mast while kissing him. Mmm.
    • Just Barbossa in general. Don't really know why, because Rush doesn't do it for me in anything else. Maybe it's the sinfully sexy pirate voice or the seasoned badassery, or his anti-hero quality (which worked so much better for him as a character than for Jack), but in all of the POTC films, every time he came on screen this troper squirmed.
  • Why Van Helsing hasn't been mentioned? Hugh Jackman as a badass vampire hunter having a long hair, well-trained body, smooth, dark voice and gorgeous eyes!
    • What, no mention of his Badass Longcoat?
    • Everyone is necrophiliac for Dracula in this movie! All dressed in black and pale vampire who has a black ponytail and smooth, deep voice (and a healthy dose of Wangst )
      • This Perky Goth Troper who has a vampire, long hair, deep voice, trained body and badass kinks though she had died and gone in Heaven when watching this.
      • I wasn't really turned one by either of them, but the amount of Foe Yay these two shared during the film made me really, _really_ happy
    • Van Helsing after he's been infected with lycanthropy, in the water and struggling not to change while he's all growly and his eyes are going gold ... GUH.
      • Hellz yeah. ESPECIALLY the scene in the water. Look at him, he positively writhes against that grate!
  • The Mask of Zorro sword fight between Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones which lead to the latter being stripped completely topless, and a hot kiss. The two actors admitted they were turned on by filming this scene.
    • Of course, considering what she sleeps with every night...that's just weird on so many levels.
    • Not to mention that tango scene. This troper has never wanted to learn to tango so much in her life.
    • Ahem. Antonio Banderas, shirtless, doing push-ups over lit candles, and being whipped with a riding crop. Oh yes.
  • This editor's main movie man crush? Doc Brown from Back To The Future. A double whammy of "older man/younger woman" and Mad Scientist. (Not to mention she likes applying most of her OTHER fetishes to him.)
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Indiana sweaty, shirtless, and brainwashed. Yes please.
    • I'm pretty sure that that's the only reason I own the movie on DVD. And while we're on the general subject, the whip that Indiana carries...there are just so many things that we could do with that....
  • Speaking of Michael Wincott, this Troper got rather...stirred up by his brief but all-too-memorable role as the hilariously sadistic prison warden in the 2002 film version of "the Count of Monte Cristo." It didn't exactly help that he got to dole out a few floggings...
    • Oh my God, I'm not the only one?
  • This troper harbors entirely too much PSL for Crystal Skull's Col. Dr. Irina Spalko. Bob Haircut + Lady Of War + The Baroness + that haircut + that uniform + swords + that hair.
    • Of course she invokes plenty of PSL. She's played by Cate Blanchett, after all.
    • You forgot that accent.

AnimationEdit

  • MacrophilesMonsters Vs Aliens from Dreamworks, with the main character being a nearly fifty foot tall woman. This troper could bet 100 bucks that the main designer of this movie is a "macrophiliac" fetichist. It begin, according to the second trailer, with the character of Susan growing in the middle of her wedding, ripping out of her wedding dress in the process (yeah, I know, she doesn't end up naked, it's a teen movie and etc...). Many "macrophiliacs", including this troper, find that the best part in giant girls is the growing itself, coupled with what some might like to call "clothes ripping fetish". After seeing the second trailer, this troper can confirm that this film will be very high on the "famous fetish-fuel filled movies list".
    • You forgot to mention the moaning. I was only watching the damn movie for Stephen Colbert and it was very distracting.
    • Being a closet inflation fetishist (not macro, and not the blueberry kind, but more like "pregnant but much larger"), I didn't find the scene erotic. However, that's definitely fetish-worthy, the way she kind of shoots up in bursts and acts overwhelmed and surprised... That last sentence sounds really dirty out of context. Not surprising as to why that would be fetish fuel, nonetheless.
    • This troper admits being slightly turned on by the scene where Susan lies spread-eagle on the Golden Gate bridge, fighting off the huge robot.
  • The entire premise of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. It's less squicky since she's Un Dead...
    • That film was the one to convince me that, sometimes, threesomes can be a damn good idea.
    • This editor never saw the appeal Johnny Depp had to fangirls until seeing Corpse Bride. Hellooo Victor! And an added thought — he's a pianist. Imagine what else he could do with those fingers. .
    • .Speaking of Tim Burton, there's plenty of human fangirls (including this one) that thinks Jack Skellington is sexy. It don't help that he decides to make his appearace to rescue Sandy Santa and Sally by laying in a sexy pose — and facing Oogie Boogie. And I've heard at least one guy who wants to have sex with Sally.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Jessica Rabbit, so damn much.
    • Judge Doom for this female troper. I'm sorry to cause traumas, but I can't help it! Come on, he's tall, he's dark, he's Christopher Lloyd! I have a thing for older men, I know and admit it and his voice stirs me up pleasantly. Don't look so shocked, I used to be afraid of him too (he even caused my fear towards Eye Scream), but blame the fact that there was a 9 year gap between seeing this movie as a child and as a teen, and those nine years exposed... new depths in me. And surely I'm not alone... am I?
      • Nope. Also, this troper can't be the only one who absolutely adores Doom's un-smiles, right? Right?
  • In Wall-E, this troper knows she's not the only one that thought that AUTO's voice (which she found out, to her distress, was computer-generated) was insanely hot and a huge turn-on.
    • Step One: Obtain a 1990s-era Mac computer running the classic MacOS. Step Two: Download Macintalk here. Step Three: Enjoy, and be very grateful that a voice you find incredibly sexy is yours to command. The rest of us should be so lucky!
    • This troper had a strange fondness for EVE's voice (that giggle ...), and as the film went on he became quite attracted to her personality as well.
  • Continuing in the Pixar vein: Toy Story. Even leaving aside all the Ho Yay between Woody and Buzz, there's that bit in the second movie in which Jessie is delighted to learn that Woody is ticklish...yeah.
  • I was able to deny it the first time I saw Toy Story 3, but around the third or fourth time, I could no longer deny that the way Woody first appears in the fantasy sequence, slowly stalking toward the camera with his eyes hidden, made me feel... weird.
    • That one look Jessie gives Buzz while crossing the playground. I never knew toys could be THAT sultry.
  • Judge me all you want, but I quite enjoyed the parts in Hop when James Marsters was tied up with liquorice and struggling quite nicely.

BiblicalEdit

  • The 1999 telefilm Jesus is full of sexy Jews, including Jeremy Sisto as sexy Jesus. The movie gave this troper's mom a bit of a Jesus fetish.
    • She ain't the only one. When the movie premiered, TV Guide dubbed him "the sexiest Jesus yet".
    • Not to mention Debra Messing as Mary Magdalene◊ (who is most definitely a prostitute in this version).

BiographicalEdit

  • This troper was already quite attracted to Bob Dylan of the mid 60s, but in I'm Not There Cate Blanchett plays a not-really-Bob-Dylan-but-is (it's a postmodern biopic, and it makes sense in context) of that era and holy hell I did not realize how damn hot it would be to see a woman playing him with all his mannerisms. I think it might also have given this straight female troper a drag king fetish.
  • Quills, dear God, Quills. It provides its viewer with every sadistic fetish that one can think of (it is a semi-biopic on the Marquis de SADE, after all) without turning into full out porn. Yet, weirdly, it's Joaquin Phoenix as a priest that makes everyone drool (though, to be fair, they sure didn't make him look like his historical counterpart◊). This troper was genuinely concerned that she would be going to hell for being attracted to a cleric, especially one that fantasizes about having sex with a dead Kate Winslet, oy!.
    • Joaquin Phoenix? Really? But, there's Geoffrey Rush! Geoffrey Rush with inkstained fingers and tail-coats and crazy hair and dirty talk and writing in his own blood and all the while eye-fucking aforesaid Phoenix sibling... guh.
    • Going back to Joaquin Phoenix.... he's playing a Sexy Priest who gets his shirt off with increasing frequency as the movie progresses. For extra kink factor, in one instance he rips off his shirt and volunteers to be whipped. And then you have the fact that he's desperately trying to repress a Forbidden Fruit attraction to Kate Winslet's character, but it just keeps building and building anyway. Not to mention the strong Woobie aspects of his character. Please tell me how this character is NOT Fetish Fuel in a frock.
  • Amazing Grace, the William Wilberforce biopic. Ioan Gruffudd, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Rufus Sewell all in 18th century period dress. Yes please. Not to mention the Ho Yay between Wilberforce and Pitt.

ComedyEdit

  • How has Dude Where's My Car? not been mentioned yet? At the movie's climax the alien women merge and form into a people-eating giantess! This is one of the best examples of macrophilia and vorarephilia if I've ever seen, and as a macrophile/voraphile, I should know.
  • A scene in Epic Movie has the Mystique Captain Ersatz attempt to please Peter by...A. staying blue, B. growing a badonkadonk/ghetto-booty/trunk full of junk, C. getting big hooters with silver dollar nipples, C. growing flabby arms/bingo wings, and C. getting a monobrow.
  • Hell, Mystique in the actual X-Men movies. She's hot in her base form and can turn into anyone?
  • The mud wrestling scene from Stripes.
    • The fact that the girls are naked and covered with muck in that scene also counts.
    • And the peeping tom shower scene. "I wish I was a loofah!"
  • Certain parts of the Ron Howard classic mermaid film Splash, especially the bath tub scene with Madison.
    • Scenes with a naked Daryl Hannah also count. She's one hot mermaid you know.
  • The Graduate. "Are you trying to seduce me Mrs Robinson?"
  • Dana and Louis after they get possessed by the Gate Keeper and the Key Master respectively in Ghostbusters.
    • "Take me now, subcreature!"
  • The 80's movie version of Little Shop Of Horrors has two characters- a sadistic dentist named Orin Scrivello (Steve Martin) and masochist patient Arthur Denton (Bill Murray), the scene with the two of them is hilarious (being a full-blown sadist, Orin ends up running him off because Denton was digging the pain so much).
    • "Oh, candy bar! Candy bar! Oh yes, oh yes! YES!"
    • Jack Nicholson in the same character, back in 1960, yet: "[screaming, screaming]...OH MY GOD, DON'T STOP NOW!"
      • Not to mention all the vore... Feed Me, Seymour!
      • This troper is sure that Audrey II must have acted as a gateway drug for many people who enjoy tentacle rape. The dentist and his mask probably caught on with the BDSM crowd as well.
    • I know Audrey's clothing is supposed to be tacky, but this troper was definitely turned on. I mean, look at her. Look at her little skinny body. Look at the way her boobs pop out of some of her overly tight dresses. *licks lips*
  • In The Golden Child, while Charlotte Lewis is ass-kicking her way through a whole house full of baddies she's hit by a spray of water from a broken pipe in a white shirt with no bra. She also leaps from a balcony in a nightshirt for a nice Panty Shot. Earlier in the film she's literally bound to the wall by toilet paper, even though that part turns out to be All Just A Dream... Boy, is it ever.
  • The Jim Carrey vampire comedy Once Bitten. Especially the countess. She's one ssssmokin hot vampiress.
    • Especially the dance battle scene between her and Carrey's girlfriend.
    • ...Or at least until the end, when she is aged hundreds of years in a matter of seconds. Then again, for some people....
  • Freebie and the Bean. The scene where the hot blond kidnapper in the sexy outfit turns out to be... Christopher Morley in drag. Whew. I need to go lie down now.
  • Head Above Water. Seriously. She gets tied to a chair with a ton of rope and gagged, tied up and gagged and carried over a shoulder, and later even tied up with her feet in cement. A comedy with tie-ups galore on one of the cutest women out there, Cameron Diaz.
    • Cameron's got a number of tie-ups to her credit. In A Life Less Ordinary, she is tied to a chair as part of a somewhat faked kidnapping, then later seen tied up and gagged at a table while trying to play a card game, before she is blindfolded.
  • Dazed and Confused. The paddling scene, shot in sensual slo-mo, with at least one close-up of Wiley Wiggins' lovely teenage ass. This troper will never hear "No More Mr. Nice Guy" in the same way ever again.
  • Actually, while we're at it, Myra Breckenridge. Racquel Welch (no, seriously, Racquel Welch) plays a male-to-female transsexual who rapes the homophobic main male character with a strap-on. Now you know.
  • Zombie Strippers, anyone?
  • Hocus Pocus. That scene with the boys in the cages. Unf.
    • This troper had uncomfortable fantasies as a child of being hypnotically led to getting her life sucked out of her. Still do actually but now it's sexual.
    • The first scene where Thackery goes to save his sister. Let's start with Sean Murray... in a baggy shirt. Then we'll rip said shirt... wait, soak it, so it clings! Then let's fling a couple of bolts of magic lightening at him, causing him to collapse to the ground. Why don't we get him to painfully pull himself upright using a nearby ladder... which he'll have to keep using to support himself in his weakened state... he'll probably be all out of breath by then, too, the poor dear.
  • This troper has absolutely no plans to see 17 Again yet really enjoys just seeing the previews with Zac Efron in a suit and soaking wet. Not sure if "Zac Efron in a suit and soaking wet" is a fetish but mmmmmm.
    • As if that's not bad enough, the context for that (he's covered in mud and is hosing off in the shower) makes it even more fun. Ooh, and the beginning of the movie is quite nice, with the free throw shooting.
      • Well damn, I reallly don't want to see that movie, but... hot damn!
  • John Tucker Must Die. Pretty much the entire first half of the movie, for guys who are into being humiliated.
    • This troper would like to draw attention to the video chat scene in particular. Damn, that girl can be seductive when she wants to!
    • Nobody got a reaction to the scene where Beth taught her how to kiss? Really?
  • Dogma. Salma Hayek. As a stripper. Full Stop.
    • Grabbing her own breasts. Win.
    • Also the bubblegum. This troper was very uncomfortable seeing that scene in theaters, thanks to the tight pants issue
  • St. Trinian's. Half the student body are Filles Fatales, the other half are Badass Lolitas and that's not even to mention the headmistress being played by a man, a gay man at that in the 2007 film. Surely someone's buttons are getting pushed.
    • Mine.
    • St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold made this Troper realise she had a girls-dressed-as-guys fetish.
    • David Tennant plays a He Man Woman Hater in the second movie. I love it when he's mean ...
  • I'm so ashamed... the scene in Bruno where he's miming giving a blowjob in front of the psychic. I know it was meant to be funny, and it certainly was, God knows how hard I was laughing! But there was another part on my brain that was like "You know, this is kinda hot too..." Sacha Baron Cohen is a master at air fellatio, and, well, it gets my mind going...
    • This troper had to decline an offer to see Bruno, claiming it was because her parents would object to seeing an R-rated film in theaters. In truth, it's because I've had a vague crush on Sacha Baron Cohen for way too long, and even when he's being outrageously over the top, wow...
  • Take your pick from the Hungarian film Taxidermia. A favorite is Vendel the horny WWII soilder having sex with an obese dame, complete with appetising close-ups of genitalia. Later there are prolonged sequences of speed-eating fatties stuffing their faces while wearing tight, tight lycra uniforms...
  • Austin Powers has quite a lot of straight-up sexy, but the Fembots really take the cake. Lingerie Scene? Check. Could kill you at any moment? Check. Sexually agressive? Hell yeah. Their final scene in International Man of Mystery really should have had an extended version.
  • For this troper the scene in Hot Fuzz where Angel pulls out the big guns and rides into town induced certain feelings I'm not entirely proud to admit...
  • Cecil B Demented, first of all, it's a John Waters movie, so right there. But more importantly, it has two of the sexiest women alive. Let's explore, shall we:
  • The Specials: This troper has such a thing for Deadly Girl; Deadpan Snarker, can summon demons, hisses at people, wears the closest thing to a Stripperific costume (which she looks like she was poured into) on the whole team (seriously, look at her butt in that scene when she's leaning over talking to Minute Man), and that spiky hair. I don't care if Minute Man has a shitty super-power, he is a lucky mother-fucker.
  • This troper has a friend who says he needed huge amounts of Brain Bleach because of Abigail Breslin's character in Zombieland.
  • Sorority Boys. Four words: Michael Rosenbaum in drag.
    • A few more: Michael Rosenbaum in drag in hotpants. (Have I mentioned that he has amazing legs?)
  • Death at a Funeral: It's not just Alan Tudyk running around naked — it's Alan Tudyk running around naked and completely out of his gourd.
  • Weird Science. First you have Kelly LeBrock as Lisa — the perfect woman created by two nerds. The first time she appears she's wearing a half shirt and cotton panties. Later during a party at their house everything in a room suddenly gets sucked into the fireplace and out the chimney. A girl playing the piano tries to hold on to a window sill as her clothes get ripped off her clothes get ripped off her body by vacuum force and then she gets sucked out of the chimney and lands in a pool in just her panties.
  • For that matter, David Warner at the end of My Best Friend Is A Vampire. Whoooa.
  • The scene in Stick It when Hayley gets out of the tub of ice water in shorts and a sports bra is enough to make a girl reevaluate her loyalties. Those abs.
  • As odd as it is, Monty Python films. Examples:
    • Galahad and Castle Anthrax. Horde of willing women, spankings, knitting exciting underwear? Yes please.
    • Meaning of Life. Being chased by a horde of topless women as execution method. Just... Curious what would happen if instead of keeping going, if you just stopped.
      • Death by Snoo-Snoo?
  • In The Tuxedo Jennifer Love Hewitt has a scene that this troper finds an incredible turn on: she mockingly does an absolutely perfect impression of the villain's bimbo girlfriend's Simpleton Voice. A very hot, highly intelligent Action Girl pretending to be a Brainless Beauty for fun is far, far sexier than a real Brainless Beauty.
  • This troper's personal favorite example involves Bernadette Peters' burlesque sequences in Mel Brooks' Silent Movie.
  • There's a somewhat obscure Disney movie named Blank Check, wherein a subplot involves the 13-year-old protagonist having a Precocious Crush on a much older woman (late twenties/very early thirties). At the end, she tells him to give her a call some years down the road, and then gives him a goodbye kiss, and yes, that is an on-the-lips kiss (a fairly chaste one, but still). It's been linked to Squick multiple times on this wiki...but at least for this troper, watching that during my teen years instantly gave me a thing for older women that I haven't managed to shake to this day, and it's some pretty potent Shota Con fetish fuel too...
  • Paul McCartney pretending to play a girl in a bikini like a guitar in this number from The Beatles movie Help!
  • This guy remembers watching Stranger Than Fiction over a friend's house a few years ago. In the scene where Will Ferrell is eying Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Emma Thompson starts narrating his lusty thoughts about her, I suddenly blurt out "Okay, now you're in my head! STOP IT!" The guy next to me(not the one whose place it is) says "Yeah, I saw Secretary, too!"
  • Miss Scott -- the secretary from Dr. Strangelove -- made me want to make some strange love.
  • In Be Kind Rewind, Melonie Diaz wearing a (male) cop uniform.
  • Other People's Money. This troper only saw excerpts from the movie, but he'd give it a watch just to see again this wonderful shot of Penelope Ann Miller as a sassy business woman with large glasses, a classy business suit... with her feet up on the table, clad in sexy brown pantyhose. This contrast (feet up in a vulgar, nonchalant way - respectful businesswoman) is quite sexy, not to mention the stocking feet.
  • The Little Rascals. Alfalfa and his pal have to impersonate ballerinas at some point, wearing sissy tutus, tights and wigs and dancing along. And then Alfalfa gets a frog inside his tights... ahhhh...
  • Recently on Fandomsecrets, somebody confessed that the movie version of The Addams Family was responsible for their S & M kink. A lot of readers agreed.
  • Mirror Mirror: The handsome prince and his aid get robbed by the seven dwarves who strip them to their underwear and tie them together, hanging upside down. Then there's the sword fight between the prince and Snow White, where she is wearing a corseted dress and he spanks her with his sword, twice. Then there's their first kiss, where he is tied to a chair and she is sitting in his lap. Still wearing the corseted dress.
  • So, there's this movie called Take This Waltz about...I don't know, I wasn't paying attention. But it has Sarah Silverman in a full frontal nude shower scene. I shit you not. This could definitely qualify for And The Fandom Rejoiced, but it would be taken down in seconds. Oh, and Michelle Williams is there, too, which is nice, I guess.
  • Seven Psychopaths: During Sam Rockwell's fantasy sequence near the end, it's raining, and Abbie Cornish shows up to beg Colin Farrell to take her back.  Not only is she very obviously not wearing a bra, judging by all the "movement", but that rain is apparently very cold.  Please tell me they didn't get a body double for that!
  • There's the fact that during The Heat, Sandra Bullock's character spends a large part of the movie wearing a lovely pantsuit. Which oddly turned this troper on, who typically doesn't see Sandra Bullock as that hot.
  • In RED, we get to see Mary-Louise Parker's character tied to a bed, with her mouth being covered by a piece of a duct tape.
  • This troper sees absolutely nothing interesting to him in the movie Pitch Perfect, except one thing: Anna Kendrick, in the shower, nervous and flustered, trying(and failing to some extent) to cover up those luscious boobs of hers with that towel.  Good.  Lord.

Comic BookEdit

  • Catwoman in Batman Returns especially the the love scene with her and Batman. There's just something very sexy about her.
    • Ya think it could be the skin-tight black vinyl and a whip?
      • That, and her rather seductive personality.
      • Hell, the single shot of Halle Berry cracking a whip in the Catwoman trailer was enough to get this troper to watch the movie. Fetish Fuel is really the only reason to watch it.
      • The scene where Halle Berry's Catwoman ...persuades... that guy to turn his music off got so much hotter when I found out that he is played by the same guy as Todd from Stargate Atlantis.
    • In one scene in the 1989 Batman film (or, technically two scenes, since I'm talking about a part that includes a Scene Transition), what we know for a FACT:
      • Batman admits that his stated reason for bringing Vicky Vale to the Batcave was merely a pretext for what he REALLY wanted, He does something to her, she awakes from an unconscious state several hours later in her own apartment, She gropes at her own breasts, is momentarily panic stricken, then just as suddenly is merely frustrated and says "He took the film".
      • So, basically, he had total control over her and did something to her breasts while she was totally helpless and had no knowledge of what was happening. And he had plenty of time to do it since it was night time when she was in the cave and daylight when she woke up. And we KNOW he finds her attractive because he was dating her as Bruce Wayne.
      • Three words: Love that Joker!
      • Also, at the end, Vicky Vale almost gives The Joker a blow job.
    • And the newest Catwoman, as portrayed in The Dark Knight Saga: Anne Hathaway. Who else can't wait to see her in the catsuit?
  • The 1980 feature film version of Flash Gordon. Specifically, the hawkmen. Specifically, BRIAN BLESSED as Prince Vultan, leader of the hawkmen. This troper was obsessed with him at the time, and only 15 years afterwards realizes that he was basically a leather daddy bear with wings.
    • I've heard BRIAN BLESSED called many things, but never sexy...
    • And when Ming used his Magic Pleasure Ring to test Dale's "responses"... oh, my.
    • WHIP FIGHT!!
      • Dear God, yes. Two tightly clad, attractive men intensely whipping each other? Actual gay sex might have been slightly less homoerotic.
  • This troper has never been as acutely turned on as when watching the 2008 film version of The Incredible Hulk, seeing the character who will eventually be The Abomination, Emil Blonsky, grow more and more violent, turning from an (craggy, tattooed, arguably sexy, British-accented, frequently shirtless) career soldier to a physically enhanced super-soldier, and start smacking people around. Very, very violently. Though markedly, the Fetish Fuel quit for her once he actually turned into a horrific, mutated spiny monster, but for some viewers, it... probably didn't.
    • When he gets turned on while making out with his wife, Bruce Banner finds himself at risk of hulking out. Take your pick, either he hulks out into Horny Hulk before having his way with her, or he hulks out mid-coitius.
    • Also, Tim Roth in Reservoir Dogs. As a magazine at the time put it, here's a man who would take you into the back room of the bank he's robbing and do filthy things to you until you tell him the safe combination. Bunk time ...
  • 2008's Iron Man gave this troper a few more kinks: from Tony's dependence on JARVIS to strip him out of the armor, to uniform!kink with Rhodey, to the unholy slash vibes between Tony and Obadiah, to Pepper's insanely high stiletto heels (and the camera's fixation with them).
    • Which this troper completely loves. Not only she has lovely legs but the high heels makes her even sexier.
    • What, you mean you didn't ship Tony/JARVIS already? Good heavens, he basically has a ROBOT BUTLER. A Deadpan Snarker robot butler who, should he develop sentience could potentially... oh, jeez. Iron Man was what got this troper over her aversion to facial hair. Also, Tony Stark's unspeakably thin undershirt. Cold in there, is it?
    • A man who forges his own weapons? Yes, please. This troper mortified her mother by completely losing it in the movie theatre when she saw the interactive holographic drafting table. All those graceful hand movements... I do love me a genius-boy...
    • Combine the thin shirt and the forging, and there were several people of both genders directing some whistles at the scenes of building the Mark I. This troper included.
    • This troper was one of them. She also finds that glowing heart plug on his chest to be incredibly sexy in some way. She especially enjoys the scenes where it shines visibly beneath his shirt. (And they scene where it's removed/replaced.) She now thinks she needs to watch that movie again. Right now.
    • This troper was turned on during the scene where Obie paralyzed Tony and yanked the arc reactor out of his chest. She's slightly horrified with herself.
      • Going by the way that scene was shot... not only are you not the only one, but it was almost certainly on someone's mind while they were filming.
    • I don't know if there's a specific trope for this, but Gwyneth Paltrow has a freckly chest in that. If anyone needs me, I'll be in the basement...
    • From the trailer for the second movie: "I want one." "No." Me too, Tony. Me too.
    • Somehow, Gwyneth Paltrow kissing the Iron Man mask is strangely hot.
    • Black Widow, played by Scarlett Johansson, kicking the ass of everyone in that corridor, following it up with a sexy walk and Offhand Backhand, and those fingerless gloves... this Troper no longer needs to dream. Weirdly enough though Robert Downey Jr also makes this heterosexual troper feel very tingly whenever he gives that smile or during both those opening scenes, a narcissistic genius in all that glory.
    • This straight troper has fully accepted that he finds Robert Downey, Jr. pretty sexy, both as Tony Stark and as Sherlock Holmes.
    • Please tell me I'm not the only one that got an unholy technokink/mechanokink after watching Iron Man 2? That movie was pretty much nothing but armour porn interspersed with some RDJ being really pretty. I literally cannot tell anymore if I find Tony Stark sexier in armour or out of it.
  • The Hellboy films are simply loaded with this kind of thing. For starters, there's Hellboy himself: a tall, red-skinned, musclebound demon who likes to walk around shirtless and has a soft spot for cats? Yes, please.
    • This Troper spent the entire movie looking at the titular character's tail. Just...well, look at it. Not to mention that the previous movie showed how flexible it was by having him pick up a six-pack with it, and now I think Brain Bleach is in order...
      • Brain Bleach yourself. This troper spent the first movie rewinding the DVD for the express purpose of watching the tail. And the tentacles. Unf.
    • Kroenen. Let's count the fetishes, shall we? A badass, undead Nazi assassin in military dress who wears a black leather trenchcoat, dual-wields knives, and has a clockwork body complete with a metallic BDSM gas mask . Cripes.
    • Abe Sapien, anyone? An intelligent, cultured, articulate fish person (with the voice of David Hyde Pierce, no less!) who's also incredibly beautiful and graceful. Hell, yeah! (Plus, being psychic, he would already know what you wanted...)
      • There's just something about those webbed hands of his. They're so elegant, and he's constantly touching things and gesturing with them... Plus, he can mind-meld or pick up psychic impressions with a single touch; just think of the possibilities....
      • Throughout most of the sequel, he's dressed in a black leather spy catsuit. Umf.
    • For the guys (and some of the gals) there's Liz Sherman, the pale, black-haired pyrokinetic woobie. Just look at the poster for the first movie.They were being obvious.
      • And in the sequel, she upgrades her look to an all leather ensemble. Meow.
    • Krauss and his steampunk diving suit had to do it for someone. I just know it.
    • This troper recalls a discussion on IMDB (after the release of the first movie) that mentioned all of these points — plus a few we didn't. (Think in terms of Hellboy's tight, black leather pants...and his amazing sixpack abs...and the end of the movie, where his shirt gets ripped off his body....)
    • Am I the only one who finds the obvious underlying incestuous tension between Prince Nuada and his sister overwhelmingly hot? Then again, it could just be because Prince Nuada is a walking wet dream for this troper. So much angst...soooo much angst and badassery.
  • .For some reason, The Movie of Daredevil always turns this troper on. She thinks it might have something to do with the lighting, or possibly the cinematography. Or possibly watching the Daredevil vs. Elektra fight on the playground. At any rate, she tries not to have anyone else around while she is watching it, because she gets...weird...during that time. (The Director's Cut is particularly bad about that.)
  • This troper knows she is not supposed to admit to ever having liked anything about Batman and Robin, but she was only a teenager, in an uncritical mood, and in retrospect somewhat confused about her sexuality, and Uma Thurman was wearing a variety of green catsuits and had red hair. The bit when Poison Ivy falls into... something? A huge Venus Flytrap, maybe? and purrs "curses!" was especially, uh, confusing.
    • This troper saw that movie years before knowing he liked women, and still found Poison Ivy hot as hell.
    • Also, Alicia Silverstone makes an appearance dressed as a Catholic schoolgirl (not sure why she's wearing her uniform when clearly not at school, but who cares), and then spends the rest of the movie riding motorbikes and/or wearing a skintight latex rubber outfit. That turned the movie from SoBadItsHorrible to GuiltyPleasure for this troper.
  • In Batman Forever, we get Drew Barrymore (who was about 20 at the time), with short, curly, blond hair in a kind of silky corset and feather boa, and Debi Mazer with a kind of dreadlock bouffant and a leather corset. Later on, there's Drew in a strapless, sparkly white dress which is practically see-through. And then you consider the likelihood that they would probably engage in a threesome, and were named Sugar and Spice .... I'll be in my bunk.
    • Plus Nicole Kidman in a negligee trying to seduce Batman. I'll have to go be in my bunk too soon.
  • Dr. Manhattan and his quantum penis.
    • Ozymandias getting the shit beaten out of him, and just freaking taking it. With dignity. Damnit! And the suit, and damn him, that hair. Plus, Dan is cute and kind of chubby. And geeky. Nerds Are Sexy, anyone?
    • for me it was the moment directly before then when Dan is starting his attack and Ozymandias opens his arms like he's going to embrace Dan with this totally blissed out look on his face.
    • The scene where Rorschach is ripping his shirt apart in prison gave this troper a wife beater fetish. And a thing for arms.
    • Just Rorschach in general for me. Little? Check. Angry? Check. Ginger? Check. Niiiiice.
    • Damn right Nerds Are Sexy. This troper spent half the movie thinking of the terrible things she could do to Dreiberg.
    • Carla Gugino in a corset. Okay, so technically it's an attempted rape scene, but before things go south...
  • When Jean/Phoenix wakes up in X Men: The Last Stand, finds Logan watching over her and very nearly has her way with him. Bonus points for clawing at his shoulder hard enough to draw blood (the fact that he heals immediately somehow makes it hotter) and ripping his belt off with her mind.
    • Just knowing that blood and scratching is likely par for the course in sex with Wolvie made me watch and rewatch that scene (it's the only reason this troper bought the DVD seeing how much she hates this movie).
  • This Troper was fairly alarmed when she found herself being turned on by Sabretooth in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. She was alarmed mostly by the specific scene that triggered it: the one where he throws a helpless Vietnamese woman onto a bed. Now, being raped = not a turn-on. Being thrown onto a bed by a savage-looking Liev Schreiber = Hell yeah! Where does she sign up?
    • Oh, good. It wasn't just me, then.
    • I found myself wondering why they couldn't go back in time to put Liev in the first film. Would have made the whole "scream for me" scene WAY sexier.
    • I think a lot of comic fans have been (ahem) "struggling" with Sabretooth and his violent tendencies for years. Just having Liev bringing it to life onscreen ... I didn't care how awful that movie was, he made it worth it.
  • 300. Dozens of well-built men with weapons running around in capes, helmets, and little thongs. Also, Xerxes. Oh, you like girls? There's the Oracle and Gorgo, who manages to be incredibly hot while only taking her clothes off once. That "once" was a scene where she sleeps with her husband, one of the aforementioned men with swords. Did I forget to mention Xerses harem? With amputees?
  • I enjoyed the scene in Blade III: Trinity where Hannibal King is chained and gets beaten to a pulp by vampires just a little too much. In fact, I think it intensified both my bondage and my Ryan Reynolds fetishes.
    • This troper seconds that idea. King getting beaten bloody by the vampires, chained and unable to fight back, as well as Danica's little mental manipulation of him using Zoe... nnnngh.
    • And talking of Blade, can we just pay a little bit of attention to Scud's 'I'd rather be a pet than cattle' line? Because that's the sole reason I watched that for a second time.
  • Torture can be kinky for some, of course, but Natalie Portman in V For Vendetta gets extra points from me for actually having her head shaved.
    • V. Full stop. Creepy mask? Check. Scars? Double check. Hyper-intelligent and cultured? Damn straight. Psychopath? Hoo boy. Not to mention Hugo Weaving's voice...
      • Mmm, Hugo Weaving. His sexy voice makes everything better. I'm so glad I share a country with him.
  • How about Top Dollar from The Crow, with his long straight brown hair, gentlemanly attire, and extensive weapons collection? And he's played by Michael Wincott, he of the drool-worthy low, gruff, guttural voice, complete with a southern accent. Hell, any movie Michael Wincott's in.
    • Also Eric's voice.
      • Also Eric. So much skintight black clothing, so much calm, calculated violence, so much blood, such sweet revenge...*melts*
    • There's the scene where Eric swings from the broken window frame, large shards of which are still sticking from it. He lands heavily in a crouch and watches his hands heal. I'm not sure why I find this scene so sexy.
    • When Eric gets back to his apartment after being brought hack, he decides to change his clothes. Viewers get to see him pull his shirt on, which shows him pulling his arm through a sleeve, in a way that this troper finds hot for unknown reasons, as well as giving a nice view of the scars on his back.
  • The Losers. Chris Evans. Playing a Hot Nerd. Yum yum yum yum yum yum...
    • Cougar. The silent stoic Cold Sniper who wears a cowboy hat.
  • Any other tropers for Constantine? Namely, the multiple times when Keanu Reeves actually pins down and then straddles people, or when Rachel Weisz lies down in the bathtub and Keanu holds her down despite her struggling. Especially since he's wearing a suit all the way through this...
  • Hit Girl. Just Hit Girl. Lyndsey Fonseca's character having back alley sex with the hero, while also wearing Zettai Ryouki was also a major attraction.
    • Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Chris D'amico/Red Mist also counts. Audio Erotica, Check. Tons of leather, Check. Gratutitous Ho Yay with Dave, Unf.
  • Dear Gideon Graves: Implanting a Mind Control chip on Ramona Flowers was an evil, evil thing to do, as was getting her to sit beside you in a black bustier and a choker that looks for all the world like a Slave Collar, and could I be next, please?
  • Holy Crap, Thor. Just...blonde huge dudes kicking Frost Giant ass, hot Amazon Warrior Women wearing Leather Pants, hot British-accented Woobiefied Yandere trickster gods (who look hotter when all Frost!Giant), and crazy scientist ladies.
    • Loki oh so very much. For a girl who likes the tall, dark, handsome types, men with British accents, and tricksters, Loki is a perfect storm of fetish fuel.
      • Dark haired, British accented tricksters, ohh, yessss.
  • In X-Men: First Class, the uniforms the heroes are wearing at the climax with the black leather gloves. Especially on Banshee and Havok.
    • Seeing Jennifer Lawrence in that tight sweater, miniskirt, and go-go boots she wears for most of the film makes me wish the styles of the sixties would come back.
    • Azazel is pretty hot too. He's a red and evil version of Nightcrawler...
    • Erik restraining Emma by wrapping the metal from a bedframe around her wrists and throat.
    • Angel standing naked in front of Erik and Charles, then we get to see her wings come out of her back.
  • In The Avengers. (warning for slight spoliers) When Loki ends up gagged and in cuffs, whoo boy. Not to mention how defeated and upset he looked. For some reason that was the most attractive thing about it. Like how he hung his head at the very end. To see this very powerful being broken and subdued...it really got this troper's heart racing.
    • Loki in general was just a giant fetish fuel magnet for me. Let's see; Tall, Dark and Handsome? Check. Gorgeous eyes? Check. Jerkass Woobie of the highest calliber? Check. Bondage-esque scenes? No less than three, including the one mentioned above. Deadpan Snarker? Check. Kicks ass? Check. Sexy smirk? Double check. Not to mention the whole "Can brainwash you to do whatever he wants" thing. During those scenes, I was thinking that someone must have been turned on by that, and then I realized it was me.
      • Also, I refuse to believe that I was the only one who's mind immediately leaped into the gutter during the whole "On your knees/Craving subjugation" bit.
      • Oh, my mind certainly went into the gutter there too. This part as well, when Loki responds to being slammed into the ground by Thor with "Oh, I missed you too." Loki apparently likes it rough.
    • Then there's nearly everyone wearing something that is skintight and/or leather. And everyone just being really hot when they beat each other up. Especially Clint and Natasha's fight and Natasha beating up all those Russian dudes whilst tied to a chair. There's also something oddly sexy about Clint's armguard. I don't even know.
      • If you'll notice, she's a bit sweaty in the chair scene...
    • Banner losing control right before transforming into the hulk for the first time. He's on the floor gasping and panting and generally breathing heavily while trying his best not to let the Hulk out. Seriously, I managed to leave nail marks in my arms during that scene.
      • ...Damn you.
        • The Avengers'/Ruffalo's Banner is sexy in general. An incredibly intelligent scientist, who has no problem with trolling others and joking about his situation. Banner seemed very calculated and makes his transformation into the Hulk even more intriguing and disturbing; I instantly loved him during the scene where he scared Black Widow, and then apologized for it afterwards. It's just so precious. He's very tenderhearted and soft-spoken, and not to mention geeks out when he starts talking with Iron Man about science and whatnot. Oh, and that scene where he was confessing about how he was driven to suicide? It didn't just press all my hurt/comfort buttons, it smashed them with a sledgehammer. By the way, he's got amazing hair, and I love the suits/dress shirts.
  • Olivia Thirlby in Dredd.  Just the combination of the battle armor and that messy hair.

CrimeEdit

  • There is something blazingly hot about the disturbing amount of physical contact between the two main male antagonists in Murder by Numbers: casual best-friendsy contact, random touching at gunpoint, and occasionally strangulation. The actual murder scenes themselves are not really that sexy, unless bondage and torture are your thing but those two teenage boys make sparring for dominance and proving who's boss look like foreplay. Also, I'll just say it. The way Justin's shirts are always buttoned up to the absolute top? Is really hot. (Besides, some people get off on the Evil Is Sexy at play in their creepy criminal relationship...) And Cassie, who's potentially a Fair Cop.
    • There's also some major Fridge Logic Fan Disservice — though your mileage may vary, depending on how creepy you are — Nathan Leopold, who Justin is at least theoretically loosely based off of, used to rape his partner in crime when the guy was drunk and unable to resist. Gahd.
  • Swordfish has Halle Berry topless, Halle Berry in underwear, Halle Berry with a gun, Hugh Jackman with a gun, Hugh Jackman in a suit, Hugh Jackman in a towel (with tattoos!). But the scene that gets this troper happiest in the pants? Hugh Jackman getting blown against his will while being forced at gunpoint to figure out a complicated code. Giggity.
  • Jamie Bell in pretty much anything (the man is a Fetish Fuel oil refinery) but especially Dear Wendy. The way he fondles his, er, weapon makes this troper come over all funny.
    • On the subject of Dear Wendy, how 'bout Alison Pill's character. Very pretty girl with very pretty hands doing amazing things with guns? Yes please. The military-style jacket makes this troper rather happy, as well.
  • Near the end of Goodfellas, we briefly see Lorraine Bracco's belly as she hides a gun in her panties. I want to lick her navel.
  • Oh God, Reservoir Dogs. Tim Roth was mentioned earlier, but its not just the fact that he's both badass AND a comic book lover, but he also gave me something of a smoking fetish - I mean, didja see the sexy smoke ring he was blowing during the alias naming scene?. This troper also learned in the audio commentary that the blood he was lying in on the warehouse floor kept getting sticky and drying up, and it took a good 15 minutes to get him unstuck and... I don't even know what fetish that is but somehow it's hot.
    • Ah, I think that this movie began this troper's secret enjoyment at seeing men struggle through intense pain. It's just so...lovely.
    • You are not alone, dear troper. I spent a huge part of the film feeling extremely guilty for wanting to bang Mr Orange. Hey, the guy's dying, he deserves a good sendoff, right?
    • As a straight guy, can I get a confirmation of Michael Madsen for "Best Smile"?
  • Four Brothers has quite a few. First of all, it has Mark Wahlberg in it.
    • And Garrett Hedlund.
    • And Mark Wahlberg and Garrett Hedlund together. Even better.
    • This troper feels guilty to mention that she was not so little turned on by Jack, Garrett's character's, death scene. The fact that Mark Wahlberg's character Bobby is very protective and upset about the incident only adds to the burning fire.
      • True. This troper also felt the fire in his pants when Jack (Garrett Hedlund) choked on his own blood and Bobby (Mark Wahlberg) begged him to hold on.
    • How come the fighting scene between André 3000 and Tyrese Gibson has not been mentioned yet? The two of them, wrestling on the floor like silly boys... * SQUEE!*
    • Another notable thing about this film is that they all go around waving with various kinds of weapons, most often the oh so hot gun. Mark Wahlberg especially. Other fetish inducing weaponry scenes might include Tyrese Gibson showing of his general badassness with a pistol, André 3000 stabbing a guy to death with a kitchen knife and then proceeding to run over the next with a Volvo, Garrett Hedlund with his cowbone casually draped over his shoulder and Mark Wahlberg, again, using whatever makeshift weapons he can find, including hockey sticks and bricks.
      • Not to mention the fistfight at the end versus the Big Bad.
    • Hell, Garrett Hedlund walking around with a cigaret in his mouth during pretty much the entire movie is fetish fuel enough for me.
      • How about his guitar scene, or singing scene in the car?
    • Extended edition, much? Garrett Hedlund walking around pretty much naked. The spoof of the scene is that Andre3000 likes it.
  • Ricochet gave us Denzel Washington as a badass cop-turned-politician, who gets kidnapped, drugged and forced to have sex with a prostitute against his will in one scene (she even moans "I love it when they beg..." before she takes him). Seeing it as a teen made me discover some..."submissive" tendencies that I wasn't aware of at the time. As morally wrong as I think it is, the idea of female-on-male rape always kind of excited me after that (I'm male, by the way...).

DramaEdit

  • If things you get after watching a particular film count... The 2004 film version of The Merchant of Venice suddenly made me appreciate Jeremy Irons that much more, particularly lying there helpless while they deliberate over who gets his pound of flesh. (Bassanio jokes are being avoided here. Insert your own.)
    • This straight, female troper never much cared for Portia until that film. That particular Portia, however... *falls over*
  • This Troper received a spacesuit fetish after watching Apollo Thirteen. But look at them. They're bulky and constraining and you can completely control the environment in the suit.
  • In Paradise Now (wow, this is so wrong) - the scene where Khaled is strapping on the bomb. The white tapes and the tiny cables of the cruel device on vulnerable - and handsome - human flesh, the thought of self-destruction...
  • Where The Truth Lies is packed with explicit sex scenes, including girl on girl and very literal guy on guy but what really gets this troper going is the seemingly innocent shot of a suicidal Colin Firth standing infront of a mirror tying his bowtie. Fetish indeed.
  • Surprisingly for a quiet British period drama, Another Country. Particularly the final fifteen minutes. Tall, dark and snarky guy in period student attire being bent over a table and beaten by an Absurdly Powerful Student Council as a punishment for being gay, after which he goes in tears to his stoic, idealistic best friend, all pained and vulnerable and unnggghhhhh. And yes, this is a critically acclaimed drama, and not a PWP hurt/comfort fanfic. Tropers, eat your hearts out.
  • Something that is guaranteed to be better than most any porn this troper will EVER see, is that one scene from the Argentine film XXY. The slow and steady persistence of Alex seducing Alvaro, then turning the tables on him, watching him panicked and confused and incredibly turned on while Alex dominates him. And they both end up really liking it. Squick and BrainBleach for most, but... Phoar.
  • Just saw Casa de los babys, and couldn't help noticing Maggie Gyllenhaal seems to sweat considerably more than the other women in this movie. Probably her Swedish blood. Hmm...
  • This Troper just saw the movie Sybil in psychology. The title character is basically River Tam with glasses.
  • The short film Cashback is about a guy played by Sean Biggerstaff with time-stopping powers - What does he do with it? Among other things, he stops time in a grocery store, undresses women, draws them in charcoal, then puts their clothes back on and resumes time. A well-known movie for the freeze fetish community.
  • If you're into the idea of guy-on-guy, Velvet Goldmine is the number one source of fetish fuel. It shows guys kissing guys, guys simulating fellatio onstage (in a homage to David Bowie and Mick Ronson during the Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars era), guys naked in bed together, young Obi-Wan Kenobi showing off his "light saber", and, in its most tender pairing, young Obi-Wan and a very vulnerable Patrick Bateman engaging in a sexual affair. Plus lots and lots and lots of HoYay.
  • Sherrybaby: Maggie Gyllenhaal, just out of the shower, completely naked, with wet hair.
  • In Take The Lead, these tango scenes: [1 ] [2]
  • That scene in Melancholia where Kirsten Dunst basks naked in the light of the titular planet. Who here didn't at least briefly picture themselves there with her, maybe peppering her body(especially those hard nipples) with kisses, kissing down her stomach, working their way down...
  • The poster for that new movie Passion has Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace about to share a passionate kiss. I'm probably not going to see the movie, but I can't wait to see the scene in question online.
  • Sunshine Cleaning: The scene where Emily Blunt lets Mary-Lynn Rajskub eat a piece of her candy necklace(while she's wearing it).  Mary-Lynn then seems to linger there a bit longer than necessary, and Emily looks very nervous.  Oh, if only they'd given us a close-up of that...
  • While this troper has heard that Byzantium is not a particularly good movie, based on the plot, you know that, at some point in that film's back-story, Gemma Arterton went Kiss of the Vampire on Saoirse Ronan. If anyone needs me, I'll be in the basement...

FantasyEdit

  • The whole seduction to evil in Legend was pure fetish fuel, the sudden appearance of jewels, the whispering voice of Tim Curry, and the featureless 'Dress Dancer' that fuses with the Princess.
    • Apparently if they had their way (i.e: their uber-expensive sets haven't burned down), it would've have a scene of the Princess being whipped and starting to enjoy it.
  • The main character in Mirror Mask, Stephanie Leonidas, spends the majority walking around in an oddly arousing pyjamas. This troper was disappointed when she changed into another costume. It wasn't nearly as good.
    • Although the scene where Helena changes costumes — or rather, is brainwashed by singing clockwork robots who change her costume for her — is major mind control fetish material. And yet one more example of the Fetish Fuel / Nightmare Fuel overlap.
  • The live-action Disney film Honey, I Blew Up the Kid did it for this troper at the age of 11. How come? Teen girl, tied up and gagged. She screams when the gag is removed and tries to escape by chair-hopping. So she's tied up and gagged again, with a LOT more rope. A hell of a lot. Damn, was it hot. This troper remembers looking through a young children's picture book of the movie, that used stills from the film to illustrate it, just to see that scene again.
    • And let's not forget Mrs. Szalinski's Mama Bear moment, which did it for all the giantess fetishists.
    • For some reason, this tropette got a kick out of the glowing belly effect from "Project Green Lantern" in Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves.
  • Anne Hathaway from Ella Enchanted. Technically I was already well into my slavegirl/obedience fetish WAY before I saw Enchanted, so it didn't start my interest, but Enchanted has a few different things; The way she obeyed anyone who told her to do anything,The way she put her shoulders back and her chest out whenever she received an order (they HAD to have done that on purpose. Supposedly it's because her body obeys before her brain can think about it so she goes into a robot mode, but sometimes it only lasts a second and the chest-out thing is ALL that happens), Her peasant dress, and of course, Hathaway herself, those big eyes. And her rack, of course.
    • Many hypnofetishists have theorized that this movie will be responsible for a generation of fetishists much the way The Jungle Book was.
  • The film of Discworld/Hogfather The Hogfather. Teatime, with the giggle, and the way he holds Susan, and the sudden pinning against walls. Just so hot.
    • This troper was incredibly distressed to find she suddenly shipped those two — the scene where he pulls her hair and is whispering in her hear? Oh. My. GOD. One has to wonder if they did that on purpose, or if it just... happened, and they decided to run with it. Wrong wrong WRONG on so very many levels, yet hot beyond all reason.
  • A long time ago, Disney had a made for TV movie called Quints. Not only did said movie have a woman who was pregnant with quintuplets, but at the end it showed she was pregnant with septuplets. All of this is implied to be natural. This breeding machine woman helped a younger me develop my attraction to huge pregnancies.
  • The primary characters of Xanadu. Imagine a Unicorn empress who doesn't mind conducting in business in the nude in her bathing chamber on occasion when she's not ordering a comely male to her magic pool on her off time. There's also her handmaid, Fatima, who you can imagine is Disney Robin Hood's Maid Marian as a vixen in a harem dress with a well formed bust and open to some fun if you approach her nicely. Finally, there is Tabbe Le Fauve, a dashing cat who is a cross of Errol Flynn and Puss In Boots with sexy build, a nice wide brim hat and low slung pants.
  • Highlander. Damn this Troper's villain fetish! Clancy Brown as The Kurgan, strutting into the church wearing biker gear and oozing bad attitude is just incredible. The shaven head and the gruesome neck scars somehow add to his BDSM-esque appeal.
  • In the 1999 movie The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns there is Princess Jessica, who has long, curly blonde hair, violet eyes, pointy ears, wings and an Irish accent. One scene that gave me squiggles even when I was too little to know why, is the one where Micky and Jessica are lying under the tree. The way the electricity crackles over them, the dress Jessica is wearing, their delightfully confused expressions and the way they kiss afterward. I also think my thing for people carrying/being carried bridal style may have started with this movie. Also possibly my thing for desperate situations/people saving people's lives with the scene where Jack saves Kathleen from falling off the cliff. The Fairy soldier's uniforms also helped inspire my uniform kink.
  • In The Sorcerer's Apprentice there's a scene where Horvath silences Dave by pressing his pimp cane against his lips. Which makes Dave go all deliciously submissive. Oh, and Horvath also calls him 'sweetheart.' And Drake just embodies Fetish Fuel. The drawly British accent, the leather, the Badass Longcoat, the glitter, the black nail polish, the spiky blond hair, the tattoos and the HIGH HEELED BOOTS!! Oh, and did I mention he's a Draco In Leather Pants? I'll be in my bunk.
    • This Troper already had a huge crush on Alfred Molina, but seeing him as Horvath...guuuh...So many kinks, so little time. The accent, the cane, the magic...This troper was a happy girl.
  • Childhood viewings of the mermaids in Hook pretty much cemented this troper’s affinity for girls with non-natural hair colors. Oh, and kissing underwater.

HistoricalEdit

  • In one scene in Gladiator, Maximus meets the emperor's sister while he is a slave. For her safety, his arms are chained to the wall.
    • Actually, that was the supposed intention. Although she just wanted to talk to him, she flat-out told him that she had to set it up as a... "conjugal visit", as it were.
    • And, you know, Russell Crowe's legs in general
      • Russell Crowe is pretty much walking fetish fuel all by himself for this troper, but the fact that many of his films have him end up in one form of bondage or another doesn't hurt - Gladiator, The Quick & the Dead, 3:10 to Yuma, Robin Hood... even Beautiful Mind, I guess, if you count the psych ward scenes.
      • The Quick & the Dead. Dear jesus. Russell Crowe throughout that entire movie got this troper all hot and bothered--but I think it's the thirty second hair pulling scene was what really did it for her. The deleted make-out/blowjob scene where he's still in chains was a close second.
    • Never mind all the hot guys beating each other up in the arena.
    • Ditto for the scene where it's Commodus and him. Seriously. I squirmed. In a good way. Right until he stabs him - Who am I kidding? Then too. More.
    • Hell, Commodus' creepy baby-faced incest thing and general mental... precariousness probably did it for someone. (... I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. ... Me.)
      • Don't worry, friend. You're not alone. I mean, the fact that it's Joaquin Phoenix probably helps, but still...
  • Dear directors of Troy. Your film was an ungodly blight upon the pages of history, and I would kindly like to request that next time you feel like violating the fond memories some of us have of reading the various accounts of the battle of Troy, you include a lot more footage of Garrett Hedlund sweaty and whimpering at sword-point.
    • Absolutely seconded. Tempting us with all that goodiness in the beginning, and then... Well, we all know what happens then. Although Brad Pitt makes quite a good stand-in with the sweaty sexiness, some cutesy Garrett would be preferable.
    • I found out my knife fetish when Achilles is essentially daring Briseis not the kill him all while seducing her, only to swiftly switch from the sub to the dom and pin her on her back...while still letting her keep the knife. I've always found Brad Pitt too femmy-looking to be attractive, but that whole scene made me do some serious rethinking about him...
  • The poster for Albert Nobbs: Mia Wasikowska in a late-nineteenth century maid's uniform. So want to help her take it off...
  • I didn't have to look far than that lovely film Peter Weir directed known as "Master and Commander". There's Russel Crowe as Captain Jack Aubrey...in a spiffy uniform. There's Paul Bettany as the mysterious, snarky, and geeky Dr. Stephen Maturin. There's Billy Boyd as the friendly and still cute Barret Bonden, the ship's coxswain. Then there are the midshipmen looking *dashing* in a way that teenage boys don't normally do. It has to be those naval uniforms!

HorrorEdit

  • The upcoming movie Jennifer's Body...no...forget that...is obviously a hard vore porn than the author try to sell as a horror movie
    • And the same can be said for the two Decoy movies for tentacle rape.
  • Return Of The Living Dead 3. So much guro-BDSM fetish fuel packed into 90 minutes... or it would be if it didn't take a flying leap into Squick territory about halfway through.
    • As one reviewer on IMDB put it, "She looks more like a cenobite than a zombie, decked out in chains and broken glass, but I'm not complaining...."
    • Julie (the zombie) also happened to be portrayed by Melinda Clarke, aka Lady Heather.
    • Here's a page featuring a detailed look at her makeup (NSFW, obviously). Note also the scenes where Julie is captured by the military, stripped naked, and restrained in a leather harness.
  • Only after watching My Bloody Valentine 3D... It took me dissociative identity disorder, a gas mask, and murderous intent for me to realize that Jensen Ackles is hot. And also that I have a gas mask fetish. It's raging.
    • The opening of the original 1981 film, at least until the female member of the couple gets killed.
  • A 20-something red-haired Canadian in a school uniform? Lindy Booth in Cry Wolf has to give someone a fetish for any or all of those things.
  • The Hunger is basically pure vampire fetish fuel. Also, David Bowie and Les Yay galore.
    • I don't think it qualifies as merely "Les Yay" anymore when it has a bonafied lesbian sex scene in it. Between Catherine DeNeuve and Susan Sarandon, no less.
  • This Troper seriously doesn't know anyone turned on by Teeth so far. Yet no matter how much Nightmare Fuel it would be, it has to be a fetish for someone.
    • I hate you. I fucking hate you.
    • Ummm - I can confirm that there is at least one Troper out there (who already has a vampirism/cannibalism fetish) that gets massively turned on by this movie.
  • Grind House has a fair amount of this already, but the end of Death Proof is just too much. Quentin Tarantino takes every symbol of raw, violent masculinity he can find and puts it in the hands of three beautiful women. It's like the rape scene from Myra Breckenridge, but with a car instead of... well, you know.
    • For me it was the broken table leg in Quentin Tarantino's face during Planet Terror that did it for me. Golly, that Rose McGowan sure is resourceful! It helps that she was dispatching a man who I truly cannot stand and who was, at the time, melting disgustingly. Something about women with gumption and raw power. Sigh.
    • "Down In Mexico..."
      • OMFG Yesss!
    • Just Zoe Bell. A hot Kiwi chick who likes to ride on car hoods. Someone needs to do a remake of Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again" video...
  • This troper, who puts horror movie clips on her You Tube account, once put a scene from Xtro where an unfortunate woman, who was impregnated by an alien, gave birth to the main character's (adult) father. When this troper looked at where all of those hits for the video came from, she found they were all coming from belly expansion and pregnancy fetish site links. I'm sure those fetishists just ignore that the woman in the movie is basically ripped apart.
  • I'm sure that someone here got turned on by The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari. I mean, seriously, a guy in goth makeup and a skintight suit under mind control kidnapping a young woman? That's got to be, like, four kinks right there.
    • *raises hand* Guilty, your honour.
  • Spankings are a tried and tested fetish, around cathoic schoolgirls they're almost a cliche. But when one of the catholic schoolgirls is a faith healer who can cure pain and injuries by pressing her hand against the injured skin? The film is called 5ive Girls.
    • Oh where to begin with 5ive Girls? Catholic Schoolgirl uniforms, spanking, stripsearch/groping/groping stripsearch in underwear/GROUP groping stripsearch in underwear, a Lesbian (One lesbian, but she comes on to the others) THREE girls who may or may not count as Goths, helpless/possession scenes (both just their hands and full body) And is there a fetish for hiding drugs up your ass? I think 5ive Girls even covers a few fetishes I've never even heard of.
      • Not to mention one for those who like it, when the five are having a completely mundane conversation in the toilets while passing a tray from cubicle to cubicle, only visible from the bottom of the closed doors, with each one adding a small bottle of urine and passing it along.
  • Sam Raimi, dude, I know you're trying to create a horror film. It can be hard. But when you have a title like Drag Me to Hell, and your movie poster has your lead female's head raised and mouth agape in quite a sexual manner, and being groped by several unseen hands◊, you're not going to get people there who want to see a horror movie.
    • This troper never found Alison Lohman particularly attractive, but Hollywood Pudgy Alison Lohman? Me likey.
    • Yes. She looks absolutely smoking in that movie,particulary wearing suits and high heels, with some acutely manipulative camera shots.
  • Hellraiser runs on Fetish Fuel. Bondage galore, sado-masochism, surgical addiction, leather, it's got everything. "We have such sights to show you..."
    • It also has some incest for those who are into it, in the form of Frank (at least, with his skin in the sequel) trying to rape his young niece Kristy. She actually ends up voluntarily kissing him, and it's interesting to see him being pleasantly surprised by it. Only thing is, she was mainly doing it to distract him...
    • Special mention also goes to the Wire Twins "massage" from Hellraiser: Inferno.
    • Terri from Hell on Earth, a Pale Skinned Brunette with a cute outfit and an all around woobie. I also couldn't help but feel she and Joey... had chemistry.
    • Amy Klein from Deader. Like Terri, she is a chain smoking (if your into that sorta thing) Pale Skinned Brunette Woobie with nice outfits, which include a leather jacket and high heeled boots. In a few scenes, she also has Girlish Pigtails (which I'm normally not into, but on Kari Wuhrer...)
  • It's amazing how easy it is to overlook extensive burn scar makeup for the sake of Robert Englund with a glove of finger knives. This troper (who has a crush on Englund and a knife fetish) has been getting off on the Nightmare On Elm Street movies for years. Talk of an Englund-less remake makes me wonder what the point is.
    • Cause it's fucking Rorschach, that's why.
      • This troper is sad to say that this movie is dragging the Knife Knut fetishist kicking and screaming out of me. Plus the delivery of one of the lines in this ad made me feel rather squiggley for some reason...
        • Freddy: Why are you screaming? I haven't even cut you yet!
        • Me: *MELTS*
          • This troper watched that movie with the guy she has only been dating for a couple weeks. That line, plus the way he trails those knives across the kid's back... SO, SO GLAD that it was dark, because that was one furious blush that I definitely would not have wanted to explain.
      • "Did you know... That after the heart stops beating. The brain keeps functioning for well over 7 minutes? Huh?... We got 6 more minutes to play... Hehhehheh." Rowr.
      • This movie's what began my whole Rooney Mara thing.
    • When it comes to this troper, it's the cockroach transformation in the 4th movie (sans the squishing).
  • This troper is a bit of a nightmare fetishist and wound up having an awkward fetish fuel moment during Freddy vs. Jason. Lori's dream scene is the culprit. Imagine my horror when I discovered that my rape and knife fetishes had come out to play. "I should warn you, princess... the first time tends to get a little... messy." ...You may all stone me now.
  • The obscure New Zealand horror film The Truth About Demons provides endless fetish fuel in the form of Karl Urban spending about a third of the film sweaty, bloody, shirtless, or a combination of the three. Oh, and the scene where he gets put in bondage gear.
    • And don't forget the scene where the woman rips her heart out and uses it to replace Harry's(Karl Urban) missing one while they're having sex. Or the scene where there is massive Ho-yay between (shirtless and bruised) Harry and his assisstant Johnny at a motel.
  • The Just Between You And Me scene in Scream. My God, if all exposition scenes had that much blood and sexual tension, I'd like them a hell of a lot more.
    • YES, this. There is so much sexual tension in that scene that when I was watching it at the age of 12, even though I was terrifed out of my wits I was also inexplicably aroused. The scene where Billy and Stu take turns on each other did very evil things to this troper's young sensibilities.
  • Any of the scenes in the first Evil Dead with Ash all covered with blood. How he gets there is Nightmare Fuel Unleaded (and Nausea Fuel, in some scenes) but... he's just too damned pretty like that.
  • I can't possibly be the only person who found Jim's Roaring Rampage Of Revenge in 28 Days Later disturbingly hot? Ridiculously attractive shirtless man in a rage, covered in blood and sweat? Just me....?
    • You are so not alone. This troper will also 'fess up to a little bit of a thing for the soldiers, though generally not when they're in crazed rapist mode.
    • This troper wishes she was Selena at that precise moment.
  • This troper is pretty much horror movie-proof. Only one scene has actually managed to disturb me since I hit puberty; in Hostel Part II, when that woman bathes in Heather Matarazzo's blood. I only recently figured out why it freaked me out so much. If that was some other kind of substance, like soapy water, that the woman was rubbing all over herself, that scene would be more appropriate in a soft-core porn movie.
    • This troper had the most worrying turn-on during that scene. Might be her body, her attire, or the fact that she's getting off literally killing someone. Either way, not a movie to watch with your girlfriend, who spontaneously asks you to get up and get some drinks.
  • Recently this troper realized he had a mild bondage fetish (doing the tying not being tied), and when talking about fetishes with his group of friends, discovered it could be traced back to a single scene in the original House on Haunted Hill, a movie he watched endlessly as a child. In the scene a rope, seemingly controlled by a ghost begins to wrap around Nora's legs and then slowly withdraws as she screams and runs off in hysterics. This troper hated the character Nora but even at the age of 6 that scene gave him an odd feeling or two.
  • Feast II, in addition to having smokin'-hot Tat Girl, includes a scene near the end of Honey Pie wearing nothing but a tank top and panties absolutely covered in blood, crawling through a window
  • Ravenous. Just... Ravenous. Guy Pearce and Robert Carlyle hot, sweaty, and in period dress, rolling around on the floor stabbing each other. Oh GOD, the [1]! Not to mention that Carlyle's character is a charming, handsome, cannibal. Vorephilia, ho!
  • Near the end of Urban Legend, Brenda straps Natalie down to a bed, and at one point randomly strokes her face. Then she sticks duct tape over Natalie's mouth and starts cutting her bare tummy with a scalpel as she squirms and struggles...
  • In the first Wishmaster film a saleswoman is turned into a mannequin and then later she is shown in a back room naked.
  • The scene in the remake of House Of Wax where Wade (played by the very sexy Jared Padalecki) is strapped to a chair, completely naked, being sprayed with hot wax... Ill Be In My Bunk.
  • Innocent Blood is alternately described as "Vampires meet The Mafia" or "A naked woman covered in blood."
  • The Coppola version of Dracula isn't exactly a great movie on its own merits, but - a sexualized bloodsucking scene? With Mina begging to be bitten? Oh god oh god oh GOD. My fetish has been well and truly hit.
  • Rosemary's Baby This is the right place to say this. I was always kind of turned on when Rosemary gets raped by the demon. I mean, after I watched it, everybody I know said what a horrible scene that was, how traumatic and devastating, and sure it was...but it was kind of hot too.
  • TONY TODD. Holy fuck, Tony Todd. But more specifically Candyman. He's all menacing and sensual and the clothes and the mind controll and his voice and... I shall be in my bunk if anyone needs me or if Hollywood FINALLY comes to the realization that he would be perfect to play Baron Samedi in a movie.
  • Mark Hoffman from Saw can tie me up and torture me whenever he wants. Sexiest psychopath I have ever seen. Ridiculously handsome, with a voice that could make a goddamn dictionary sound sexy, very, very good with a knife and oh so deliciously ruthless. He spends the majority of Saw 3D effortlessly killing everyone in his way. When he finally finds Jill, his arch enemy, he leans in so close to her that it looks like he's going to lick her neck and whispers: "How do I look?". You look fucking hot, that's how you look. If I was in her place, escape would be the last thing on my mind.
  • In May, when the titular character cuts her co-worker Polly's finger with a scalpel, Polly pulls it away painfully, then announces she liked it, and asks May to cut her again. The look on Polly's face when she's being cut the second time is decidedly O-face-ish.
  • In the Fright Night remake, there is a scene with David Tennant in tight leather pants and no shirt... I'll be in my bunk.
  • Herbert West: Re-Animator. Let's make a list: not getting social cues, a VERY close relationship with his physically stronger male friend, glasses , moving in at a moment's notice, the sarcasm , a huge disregard for both judicial and God's laws, the self-preservation instincts of a dead puppy, Pale Skinned Brunette , and oh yeah, he's a Mad Scientist! The fact that he's kinda like a slightly evil version of Sherlock Holmes WITH SCIENCE (and crazy) really did not help. (He hit so many of my kinks, I forgot about the ones he missed!)
    • In Re-Animator, you know ... that scene? Yes, it was squicky, but the squickiness came from the lack of consent. The idea of being tied up in a lab and menaced by a monster who wants to have its way with you ... guh. (Provided it asked permission first, and instiuted a safe word.)
    • Oh, and the fact that it was an animated severed head only made it more "interesting" if you know what I mean. The idea of getting to explore one's snuff fetish and then being able to bring the person back to life, even if you'd decapitated them first ... oh wow, where's my bunk?
  • Leprechaun 3 gave us the sexy Lee Armstrong who plays the role of Tammy Larsen: a cute blonde who spent most of the film wearing nothing but a black stripper-esque attire, complete with cleavage, black stockings, and black high-heels (probably justified due to the fact that the movie takes place in Las Vegas). Halfway through the film, Tammy gets hypnotized by the power of the Leprechaun's magic coin and she ends up doing a striptease for her sleazy boss, showing off her sexy body during the dance. Unfortunately, the hypnotisim wears off and Tammy gets angry after realizing on what she's done, culminating in her having to knee her sleazy boss in the groin after calling him a lech.
  • Scanners 3: The Takeover has Valerie Valois who plays the friend Yoyce of the movie's main antagonist Helena. While she doesn't contribute much to the plot of the film, she does make up for it by having to look very sexy and attractive during the earlier portion of the film, in which she's wearing a blue woman's business suit complete with a short skirt, blue stockings, and blue high-heels. She also has a fine set of lovely legs as she uses them to kick a threatening thug in the groin in an attempt to help Helena and herself escape from him and his friends.
  • Okay, Texas Chainsaw 3D was a massive colonic obstruction, but there is one thing that at least makes it worth streaming on Netflix: Alexandra Daddario; 1.The outfit she wears through most of the movie, and 2. the scene at the end where she's chained up, wearing an open men's shirt, and her bra is inexplicably missing.  Oh, and she's sweating through most of it, cause, you know, Texas.

IndependentEdit

  • Ginger Ale Afternoon,where a nine months pregnant Dana Anderson lies around in a bikini for most of the film.
  • S&M is a major plot point of Secretary, so naturally aspects of it are featured quite heavily in the movie. Nonetheless, the movie is not technically porn (and thus I believe belongs here).
    • Let's face it, Maggie Gyllenhaal is Fetish Fuel on legs. But if you want something specific, it's her masturbating, whether it's in a bathroom stall or lying on her stomach. "I'm your...secretary." Oh yeah, and her Kubrick Stare. Also, this troper has a very empathic libido, so seeing the hottest woman alive getting turned on? Yeah...
      • I can agree with you completely on everything you have just said. Everything.
    • Bath scene!!!
  • Maybe I'm just a Nightmare Fetishist, but Closet Land is very... um... stimulating.

MusicalEdit

  • David Bowie in Labyrinth. There's an unusual amount of attention being drawn to his crotch, especially when Hoggle clings to his leg and started to beg.
    • An unusual amount of attention!? It's practically the main character!!
    • And he probably gave rise to hand fetishists. He's constantly doing things with his hands - playing with a snake, running crystal balls over, under, around his hands and between his fingers, twirling his riding crop, tossing peaches. The man's hands were busy, busy, busy!
    • Then there's the line "Just fear me, love me, do as I say and I will be your slave," which manages to evoke dominance and submission at the same time.
    • Also. There's his amazing singing voice. It's just THAT enchanting.
      • "Live without the sunlight/Love without your heartbeat/I can live within you..." Ooog.
    • Hell, Bowie's entire wardrobe is pretty much Fetish Fuel incarnate. In addition to the tight pants and riding crop, there's an abundance of flowing capes, loose half-open shirts, leather boots and gloves, and an elaborate dress coat for the ballroom dance. Yummy yummy yummy.
    • Screw saving the kid, I'm going with the Goblin King.
    • Really, you had me at David Bowie.
    • Labyrinth also made me have quite a few bondage fantasies with the girl and those walls made entirely of hands. Just think of the possibilities!
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show seems to throw every odd fetish against the wall to see what sticks.
    • For this editor, "Touch Me" was pretty sexy, but I recently discovered Amber Benson's version. (Major thing for 'well-rounded' girls + Major thing for Amber Benson) x Dancing around on stage wearing nothing but a bedsheet skirt and bra = I Must Watch This Again Several Times.
      • Ladies should keep watching to see Anthony Stewart Head in full Frank-N-Furter drag doing "You'd Better Wise Up, Janet Weiss". Good sweet Moses, from the lace fishnets to the makeup to his gorgeous voice.
      • Heck, Anthony Stewart Head can be amazingly sexy in any role. Take REPO: The Genetic Opera, for instance.
    • Tim Curry as Dr. Frank N Furter (which, arguably, remains his MOST famous role to date) has certainly got the fans... erm, interested. Whether it's the smooth British voice, his charms, or his looks depends on personal taste.
      • Ironically, it was due to the fans of Rocky Horror that Tim grew so distraught over ever being in the film and even went so far as to gain weight in order to discourage his more rabid fans.
      • Of course, Tim Curry is still viewed as sexy by many people despite his chubbiness. Yes, there are fans of Rocky Horror who aren't discouraged in the least bit by the idea of a "Pudgy Frank".
      • "Pudgy Frank?" No. Pudgy Tim, on the other hand... Yes. Very yes.
      • Tim Curry even briefly reprised the role for a theater skit once. Of course, instead of being in drag, he's in a lab coat...but still...(drools). Even the audience went wild when he did his famous "Antici.....pation" line. Chubby Frank N Furter+ Lab Coat=Sexy!
    • Riff Raff and Magenta - in this troper's opinion, perhaps the most exciting pairing in film. Riff's cadaverous appearance, Magenta's sultriness... and the fact that they're brother and sister. The way they're devoted to each other is sweet beyond belief.
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera has sexy nurses, Pavi the dashing rapist, a drug-dealing graverobber who could pass for a grunge rock star, an entire legion of aptly named scalpel sluts, Gorn including disembowlment, vivisection, and surgery montages, a lot of women in crazy corsets, armed and armoured henchgirls... it must be seen to be believed.
    • Not to mention Shilo.
    • Nathan Wallace has a bit of a split personality which could be Fetish Fuel for some. And this troper s fighting...At least she knows she's not alone - You Tube took care of that.
      • I think it's safe to say it's not a fetish if 99.9% of the fandom agree with you and Word Of God says the character didn't get killed off just because of how hot he was.
  • Chicago — where to begin? Well, for BBW aficionados, there's Queen Latifah wearing a dress that exhibits her, ahem, "huge tracts of land" to considerable advantage while singing a song stuffed full of very thinly disguised double entendres ("You put in for Mama, she'll put out for you," etc.). Then there's the press conference puppet show/ventriloquist act, which looks like prime material for doll/puppet fetishists. And of course, lots of fishnets and garters and showgirl costumes on the women, especially in "Cell Block Tango". See also Lucy Liu, whose five minute cameo in the film consists almost entirely of her rain-soaked and handcuffed while wearing nothing but a fur coat and lingerie.
  • The scene in the 2004 Phantom Of The Opera film near the end, when Raoul is soaking wet and tied to a gate. This troper didn't think she had a bondage fetish, but now...it doesn'tsh]], that hat she wears, that nose, then later, the red dress and red lipstick. Definitely the Mary Anne to Bridget's Ginger.
    • For this Troper it was Michael Fassbender as Lt. Hicox. He's introduced as a classically suave 1940's English gentleman, looking perfectly delicious with his mustache and dressed in his British officer's uniform. Then we see him clean-shaven and dressed up as a Nazi, speaking near-perfect German and playing mind games with one of the Big Bads. The part where he smoothly switches back to English after being caught just got me all giggly for some reason.
      • Seconded, definitely, but what really got me was Hicox's film-geekiness, with all the references and his spiel about German cinema to the General. He was such a nerd, and yet so suave, and...damn.
    • Hugo Stiglitz. Dear God, Stiglitz! Especially his epic bitchface and that flashback he has to being whipped... Yeah, I don't think I was supposed to get squiggly feelings, but I did.
    • Wilhelm "Frankfurt accent" Wicki. I don't think he said that much but- isn't he just so cute?
      • He's handsome enough as it is, but that voice. The entire IB Fandom has a thing for it. It's so low and relaxing, and...
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. The song "Ain't There Anyone Here for Love?" features lots of young half-naked men flexing, stretching, and training sports. Yum!
  • This troper did not find Cam Gigandet sexy. Then she saw him wearing eyeliner and a black bowler hat in Burlesque. Rawr.
  • In The Devil's Carnival, there's The Twin who has the power to shapeshift into whoever he wants, even someone of the opposite sex.
    • Then there's the scene where we get to see Merrywood getting whipped, while completely topless, I might add.
  • The film version of Tommy: while the scene with The Acid Queen is mostly nightmare fuel, the almost nude Roger Daltrey changes it to this fuel. Sweet Baby Jesus.

RomanticEdit

  • The Pillow Book. In its entirety. It knows good and well what it did.
  • Flashdance has the famous water drenched audition scene.
  • The Notebook, with Noah and Allie both soaking wet and inside the house, and when he pushes her up against the wall and won't stop kissing her. And then once they get into the bedroom and rolls down her stockings, and it all gets wonderfully hazy from there. There's a reason why women love this movie so much, short of Ryan Gosling and the schmoopy romance.
  • Madonna's directorial debut Filth And Wisdom is chock full of strippers, boot licking, coat humping and various kinks. Then, near the end, just to be sure she's got something for everyone, there are overlong shots of Eugene Hutz's slightly dirty, bony-toed, surfboard-like feet propped up on a table. And this troper had a sudden urge to crawl into her television and clean them like a cat.
  • The Ugly Truth had a disturbing amount of this for a supposed rom-com. From making out in a hot air balloon to Butler's crass, unshaven Licensed Sexist-ness to an extremely, extremely memorable scene with Katherine Heigl being brought to really vocal orgasm, seemingly repeatedly, by a pair of remotely-operated vibrated panties. During a business dinner. Against her will. (The remote control is being toyed with by an innocent kid, of course, but... oh, just wow.)
  • Link, now.

Sci-fiEdit

  • Avatar, the epic and enormously expensive James Cameron flick. Not only is Sam Worthington a ridiculously handsome young man anyway, he spends an ever-increasing amount of screen-time as a blue-skinned ten-foot-tall beautiful alien warrior, naked apart from a tiny leather g-string and loincloth. This gay troper spent the entire movie trying not to stare at his perfectly chiseled blue butt-cheeks, and failing spectacularly (I swear, your eye just goes straight to them). Then, towards the end of the film, they go and tie him up. That was... nice too.
    • This straight troper had just as much fun staring at Neytiri, the alien Chief's Daughter. Apparently, Cameron showed people pictures of Neytiri and asked them if they would bone her, and adjusted the design until the majority would.
      • Yeah, sounds like him.
      • Not actually in the movie, but a number of people have thought of having sex while plugged into your partner's ponytail. Feel everything they feel? Yes please.
      • Speaking of those ponytail thingies. Mind Control. With tentacles. Squee!
      • This is supposedly in a deleted scene which will be on the DVD release.
    • How on earth has no one mentioned it?! In addition to being beautiful, lithe, and almost naked, the Na'vi have a decidedly feline appearance. (They even have tails, for crying out loud!) This troper never had a thing for furries before, but after seeing this movie's trailer...yeah....
      • Oh, if you aren't a catgirl (or catboy, depending on gender and orientation) fan before watching Avatar, there are really good odds you will be afterwards.
    • This troper has beaten the odds. Though he stands alone as the ONLY one that was turned on by the movie for a different reason: his latent fetish for certain kinds of breathing sets; particularly the Exo-Packs (the masks that filter out Pandora's toxic atmosphere) for looking more personalized than a gas mask and being coupled with the sounds of labored breathing. Throughout the whole movie, this troper felt almost ANY scene involving Trudy (Michelle Rodriguez's character) it seemed like any scene involving the POSSIBILITY of her wearing one it seemed the movie went out its way to avoid showing her with one on. Then came the part where she busted out Jake and crew, minutes later this troper was in a euphoric sensation seeing her put a mask on.
    • This troper has a weird thing about scantily-clad natives riding flying creatures (which obviously only comes up in sci-fi and fantasy settings).
  • Apparently the end of The Matrix, with guy pounding on guys, did it for this man.
    • Thinking filthy thoughts during fight scenes is a fetish now? Guilty. Wayne/Crane forever, by the way. Their love is like a great big ball of burning spandex.
      • Yes, is that a fetish yet? 'Cause I know I've got it bad...
    • And it's also got mind control and countless twins of Agent Smith.
    • The "Strip Swordfight" from The Final Flight of the Osiris does a number on this troper.
      • This troper to a friend: "I don't think I've ever seen warrior porn quite this blatant."
    • How in the name of all that is wrong but feels right is Trinity still not mentioned? Strong-willed woman, capable of super-human feats and dressed completely in skin-tight leather. Sexy, delicious-looking skin-tight leather.
      • She's not been mentioned yet because that's not a fetish. Liking Trinity just means you're not dead yet.
    • It's also got Keanu Reeves (among others) in a long, black coat. Yum. The Matrix was what made this troper realize she has a long-black-coat fetish, and it's one of the few movies where people wearing more generally look sexier than people wearing less, due to the type of clothes the characters tend to wear.
    • Despite the general pointlessness of the rave scene in Reloaded, this troper suddenly realized that she would really, really like to lick those metal port-things all over the humans' bodies.
  • The "Stop, Dave. I'm afraid," scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey. That husky voice... It's either FetishFuel or NightmareFuel... or to some, both at once.
    • Personally, ever since I took a psychology class where it was pointed out that the humans had all the warmth and compassion of a race of (non-AI) robots while Hal was essentially a three-year old emotionally and developementally, I've kind of had a thing for people who act robotic....
  • This troper has recently developed a wheelchair fetish after watching Gattaca and falling hard for Eugene — after only a week, she's already started making really embarrassing Freudian slips whenever she tries to say "deck chair," "highchair," etc.
    • The blood drawing scenes in Gattaca made this troper all kinds of inappropriately excited.
  • I once read a post on imdb about the new Alien Vs Predator film, Requiem. The poster on that site described intense feelings of arousal upon viewing the scene where the Predalien forces its eggs into pregnant women through their throats.
    • It IS arousing. Considering what inspired the Xenomorph (head) design, ohhhh yeah.
      • I am soooo glad I'm not the only one who got squiggly feelings from watching that scene in the trailer!
    • The original Alien is essentially the greatest amalgamation of Fetish Fuel and Nightmare Fuel in existence. To quote its entry in Freud Was Right, it's all about a homicidal penis-headed monster chasing a strong, independent woman through the womblike tunnels of a spacecraft controlled by a computer called MU-TH-R. The facehugger, still the best example of Face Full Of Alien Wing Wong after thirty years, impregnates its victims with an extendable clitoris, while the adult alien has a long tongue that it loves to stick into its victims. Instead of killing people, the aliens prefer binding them in their nest, using the drool they are constantly, constantly excreting from their mouth. Is it any wonder so much fanfiction and fanart features less-than-homicidal Xenomorphs?
  • Lots of people found the Viper◊ character from Doomsday very, very sexy. Something to do with the tattoos, leather, animalistic body language and tongue flicker.
    • I have a belly fetish, and she has one of the hottest bellies I've ever seen.
    • The leading lady, Eden, is also more than a little attractive, perhaps even more so when chained up in prison, getting tortured via vicious punches in the stomach.
  • The page picture for Sweater Girl comes from the last minute of Tron. I couldn't have been more than five when I first saw that movie (was three when it came out), but seeing Cindy Morgan in that sweater really gave me a good feeling.
  • The scene in Blade Runner where Pris applies her eye makeup with an airbrush... hell, Pris in general. Cybergothy, waifish, slightly androgynous artificial girl designed for pleasure with mannerisms like a broken doll? Yes, please. Also, pretty much everything about Roy is fetish fuel. The sweatiness, the white-blond hair, those eyes, his anti-villainy, the near-Full Frontal Assault at the end of the film... and the whole "kiss/eye gouge" thing gave this troper unfortunate and perchance somewhat unwelcome squiggly feelings.
    • Pris is also very highly regarded amongst head scissor fetishists. This is even given a subtle callout in the "making of" documentary, in which one of the commentators in the scene comments, "How could anyone want this to happen to them?"
  • The scene in District 9 where Wikus is in the hospital is pretty horrific no matter how you look at it. But if you have a thing for any combination of Playing with Syringes, Break the Cutie/Haughty, or woobification, it's not so bad.
    • The scene at the end where he, completely helpless, stares up at Koobus, who is about to kill him, with his one huge bug eye... hmmm.
      • Plus, there's the general transformation theme, and how cute the prawns manage to be for buggy, insect people...
  • I'd never tell a soul this in Real Life, but... in Repo Men, that scene in which Remy and Beth have to scan their organs. It was half Squicky beyond all levels, but half... man, I don't know, I never even had a blood/hurt/pain fetish before! But the moans of pain, and the slowly peeling off each other's clothes, and the fact that both characters had to submit to the other at one point were just...wow. But since a part of me was squicked out, I must wonder: am I a sadist or a masochist?
  • Tron. Not enough? Fine. Yori: short girl with big eyes, a nice rear end and serious boots. People in skintight clothes. Armor. Belts. Body lights. Dan Shor. David Warner. Jeff Bridges. Zappy Laser Of Doom. And occasional Foe Yay.
    • And Tron's chin. Hot damn.
    • Also Olivia Wilde is unconsious and is carried around bridal style for a couple of scenes. And she's wearing leather. Sweet Jesus.
    • Also, the missing arm is an added bonus for any amputation fetishists out there.
  • Inception. Cillian Murphy, who is already absurdly pretty, is briefly seen tied up and gagged. This troper was too distracted by that to pay much attention to the rest of the film.
    • At first, this troper was upset the above scene was so short, but then she realized, the seed of the idea has been planted in her mind. And, well, you can imagine the rest.
    • There's also the scene in which Robert Fischer panics upon realizing that he's dreaming and Cobb has to reassure him that he's there to protect him. Not to mention Eames's abilities as a forger, the rife potential for Dude Shes Like In A Coma, and the fact that the cast is mostly comprised of incredibly attractive people in three-piece suits.
      • This troper was done in the second Eames spoke... But then again, there is a reason my friends fear my never returning from a semester spent in England. British accent = troper melting.
      • Yes! Every single time Eames opens his mouth, this troper is riveted to the television. Especially when he's in the dream world. It helps that in the third level of the dream, he was fighting a whole army of projections on his own. Gorgeous Badass Brit? Yes, please.
    • Ariadne takes to being an architect very quickly. Now, just imagine what she can do in a dreamworld that she has absolute control over. Shudder.
    • Ariadne soaking wet and half-submerged in ocean surf, and in business attire during the second dream level. Yes, please.
      • Ariadne wet? That's all? How about that scene where Mal approaches a terrified Ariadne like a slow, hungry tigress and asks if Ariadne knows what it's like to have a lover? The riddle sounds like it's going to be followed by some serious dub/noncon female-on-female sex.
      • I'll take Ariadne with the suit. There is something about that girl...
      • Just Ariadne all prim and done-up in the business suit. Yowza.
    • Those are some really nice suits.
      • Forget the suits. What about Arthur in zero gravity wearing that God damned vest?! This troper has always had a waistcoat fetish, but seeing Arthur go all American James Bond on those projections asses while in a vest...She was a very happy troper.
      • Oh good, not the only one. When I wasn't melting over Eames' accent, seeing Cameron all grown up and freaking hot while still kicking ass... Excuse me, I think my brain is shutting down just remembering.
    • Marion Cotillard, she of the throaty French voice and the permanent bedroom eyes, in a variety of gorgeous dresses.
    • What about the very concept of sedating someone, entering their subconscious mind, and trying to get them to do what you want? Think of the Power Perversion Potential...
  • Okay, I'll admit it: that one 30-second scene in Dune which featured Sting coming out of a sauna — wearing nothing but a metal jockstrap — was probably the catalyst for this Troper's puberty.
  • Not even Godzilla is safe from this! The shobijin may be hated for their annoying singing, but in Mothra vs Godzilla, when they were at the Sacred Springs, their tan colored clothing looks like the two aren't wearing anything!
    • "This Spot Here Is The Only Green On This Island!"
  • Gamer: That final fight between Castle and Kable. Two fit, self-assured men (played by Dexter and Gerard Butler) getting right in each other faces. That's hot. The reveal that one of them can control the other and shows it by making him crawl? Holy hell, the tv just caught fire.
  • Prometheus: Noomi Rapace, half naked, and drenched in sweat. Okay, so what's actually happening in that scene is extremely squick-worthy, but apart from that...
  • Golly, Saoirse Ronan's boobs look nice on the poster for The Host...
  • This Troperette credits Keanu Reeves in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure as the source of her 'guys with long hair' fetish.

ThrillerEdit

  • Eastern friggin' Promises. For those with kinks including extensive criminal tattoos, Russians, and more furious, violent, in-denial Ho Yay than you can shake a stick at. There's a reason why the slash fandom had a ball with this...
    • The reason? Is that the slash is pretty much canon. And let's not forget to add voyeurism to the list of kinks, when Kirill forces Kolya to fuck a girl while he watches...
      • And add to that you get to see more of Viggo Mortensen than most people should...
      • Plus the drunken groping and the scene where Kirill kisses Nikolai's feet. Kirril also seems to like wrapping his arm around Nikolai's shoulders.
      • One would think that a lot of scantily clad teenage girls would have a particular effect, but not really. And, well, there's always accents.
      • This troper gets a weird kick out of how Nikolai keeps a rein on Kirill's temper— which leads to, I swear, a Cooldown Hug at one point. A disturbingly sexy cooldown hug. Creaky leather jackets + sweaty scarred-up Viggo Mortensen + Kirill being a whimpering wreck = yes plz. Anyone else notice how close people come to making out with that baby in their arms? Twice. Twice, dangit.
      • Naomi Watts. In a leather jacket and boots. And tight jeans. Drives a motorcycle. Sign me up!
      • Viggo Mortensen in a full-frontal nude fight scene, getting cut up and scarred? Hot. Damn.
  • This troper, at around 14-15 years old, watched Red Eye, and now not only has a thing for Cillian Murphy in general, but she also found that his "domineering" presence over Rachel McAdams' character (telling her what to do and what to say) gave her some...little thoughts...that spin around in her head...
    • Absolutely, this movie is a straight hour and a half of sexual tension. It's almost impossible to tell whether they're going to start struggling to kill each other or just get down with it at any point. This troper spent the entire vewing thinking that in no way would she object to having her life compromised with Cillian Murphy dictating things in her ear.
    • Squiggly feelings? I see. Be glad you've found the one fandom in existence where Cillian Murphy's character will pretty assuredly be the one on top.
    • Hell, Cillian Murphy is practically Fetish Fuel personified. Intelligent, handsome Bishonen, can play hot scientists and strangely loveable villains with ease, looks great in uniform and makes a much prettier woman than most real life women. Plus he has a great ability to make even his most unlikeable characters look like complete woobies. And let's not forget his smexy Irish accent either.
    • That man can wrap his hands around my neck in an airplane toilet any day of the week. Rawr....
      • Hell, he can wrap his anything around my anything anytime. Holy crap he's pretty.
      • Might as well admit it here: the scene in Breakfast On Pluto where Cillian gets beat up during his interrogation is strangely arousing. As is the scene near the end of 28 Days Later after he kills the guy who was going to rape his love interest by sticking his thumbs in his eyes and crushing his brain..."That was longer than a heartbeat". Naked Cillian...yes. Bearded Cillian...yes. Cute hooded Cillian...yes. Blood-spattered half-psycho Cillian...OH HELLS YES!!
    • While we're on the topic, Cillian Murphy as the Scarecrow in Batman Begins. This troper has only recently discovered an interest in deliciously psychotic villains, and his unfair prettiness paired with the forceful, manipulative mental control/sadism/outright torture just . . . melted her brain.
  • This makes me a sick, nasty, horrible person, but the finger-cutting scene in The Prestige is sick and hot. Combination Woobie-factor, Twin Threesome Fantasy and undoubtedly horribly painful personal mutilation... And you had to make it two Christian Bales. Squiggly, squiggly, squiggly... :: rubs knuckles guiltily ::
    • Hell, just the fact that there are two Christian Bales and two Hugh Jackmans. In Gorgeous Period Dress, no less. Guh.
      • One "Movies in 15 Minutes" spoof of The Prestige gleefully noted that Borden's wife missed the chance of a lifetime: "All this leads to Sarah going into the Borden workshop and hanging herself, never knowing that she could have had twin Christian Bales."
      • Well, if you want to get technical, she did. She just didn't know it.
  • Firecracker includes a Ho Yay, brother/brother incest rape scene. And the rape is committed by this troper's favorite Fetish Fuel, Mike Patton (with bleached blonde hair and a (fake) southern drawl).
    • Except the whole scene focuses on the pain of the kid getting raped rather than on the rape itself. I think it's kind of squicky, myself.
  • The Cell. Just...The Cell. If Fetish Barbie J.Lo ain't the way you swing, a lot of female viewers have confessed to having the squigglies during the collaring scene.
    • The fact that it's Vincent D'Onofrio helps.
      • Helps a lot! The makeup/paint on his huge shoulders and on his beautiful hands possibly gave me my thing for hands and shoulders. And the look he gives her as he crawls up her body....I'll be in my bunk.
  • Am I the only one who watched Body of Lies and found Hani Pasha's pet names for Roger disturbingly sexy? It's supposed to be creepy, but for this troper the combination of his flawless fashion sense, roughly purring voice, charisma, and the obvious danger factor... this troper would jump his bones in an instant.
  • Hard Candy involves copious amounts of Patrick Wilson tied up. Scruffy. Sweaty. I got a bit too excited at these facts.
    • Also, nearly castrated.
    • Even knowing he was a terrible pervert, this troper couldn't help but drool.
    • What about Ellen Page? Tiny, cute chick with short hair who can kick any guy's ass? Pants are a little tight...
  • The Long Kiss Goodnight Geena Davis being waterboarded in her underwear.
  • Single White Female. Jennifer Jason Leigh. Evil, nerdy, shower scene, and later, wet hair? If anyone needs me, I'll be in the basement...



WarEdit

  • The Patriot. It goes without saying that Jason Isaacs is insanely sexy whenever he plays someone evil, but here he just does it so. damn. well. Oh my, the man is the embodiment of Evil Is Sexy without even really trying. I'm sure Emmerich intended for us to hate his guts rather than want to jump his bones, but we can't have everything Mr. Director...


WesternEdit

  • The incredibly long chase and spanking scene from John Wayne's McLintock!
    • While we're on the subject of McLintock, don't forget all the WAM: the fight in the mudhole that included Mrs. McLintock, the water scenes and the goo-and-feathers scene in the aforementioned chase sequence, ...
  • The scene at the end of The Good The Bad And The Ugly, when Blondie has Tuco stand on top of the Unknown grave and put his head in a noose. Oh. God. It's a bondage, breathplay, noncon, domination, humiliation, gay cowboy tensionfest. Combined with Clint Eastwood's striking good looks and constantly bedroomy mannerisms, and Tuco's puppydog eyes, and the Ho Yay between Blondie and Tuco during the movie, and the slow drumming on the soundtrack, and Tuco's increasingly pathetic calls of Blondie's name, and his sobbing —
    • The whole scene where Tuco forces Blondie to walk through the desert until he collapses from exhaustion. And the scene afterwards where he's forced to tenderly nurse Blondie back to health, while telling him things like 'We're all alone in the world, just you and me, together', while gently stroking Blondie's lips with his fingertips. And the scene afterwards with Tuco walking down the hall, grumbling that Blondie has been making him his slave for a month and making him bring him things.
    • Blondie sneaking up on Tuco in the bath and talking to him naked while casually fondling a bed post.
    • Tuco finding one of Blondie's still-smoking cigars in a fire, pulling on it, and looking like he's about to cry while he contemplates how he's going to murder Blondie.
    • Just Angel Eyes. The sharp face, the laconic mannerisms, the famously beautiful eyes, the torture fetish.
      • Not to mention the way he keeps staring at people while torturing them or threatening their children. The opening scene, when he does this while eating bread, is an excellent demonstration of how Evil Is Sexy.
    • This troper had heard of the movie, but not the noose stuff, and especially not the fact that Tuco gets forced up onto the cross at gunpoint, has his hands tied, looks absolutely desperate and pathetic as he watches Blondie ride away, and splutters and squirms and becomes convinced that he's going to swing at last after escaping the noose for so long ... specific fetish is specific. A friend of this troper explained this final scene to her in great detail. The friend promptly became a friend-with-benefits.
  • The remake of True Grit keeps the spanking scene from the original, but with Matt Damon as the Texas Ranger, LeBeouff. This Troper now has a new spanking fetish.

Misc: Recurring MotifEdit

  • And while we're at it: Don't forget the biggest foot fetishist out there, Quentin Tarantino.
    • Specifically, From Dusk Till Dawn has a long shot of bourbon being licked off a woman's foot which she pours along her thigh, Pulp Fiction has a long conversation comparing foot massages to flat out sex, Kill Bill has several up-close shots of bare feet...the list goes on.
      • First, move the big toe; then squish the Dark Action Girl last eye, with a funny noise to boot.
      • And it's available in its entirety at Author Appeal.
      • This troper never got the whole foot thing, until seeing Uma Thurman's big-ass feet in Kill Bill. "Wiggle...your big toe..."
      • And speaking of Kill Bill, Gogo Yubari, anyone? Sadistic Japanese schoolgirl... it's like several fetishes in one! AND in this troper's opinion, she is also quite hot. Her overwhelming popularity despite only a few minutes of screentime speaks for itself.
      • Which Beatrix Kiddo is hotter? The dominating, badass, swordfighting one, or the submissive, terrified, sobbing one? I can't decide.
      • Him and Whedon. The guy literally admitted, in the DVD commentary of Firefly that there were 11 characters. Mal, Kaylee, Zoe, Wash, Jayne, Inara, Book, Simon, River, Serenity (the spaceship), and River's feet.
  • For this troper, it's any movie where a girl has the hiccups. The In Crowd, Bandidas, Crank... Lost And Found starring David Spade. He might have a problem.
  • Horror movies in general can be either pain Fetish Fuel, or just sweaty, scared and possibly bloody Fetish Fuel.
  • View Askewniverse: Jay's hair. This troper is very glad that the actor Jason Mewes went through rehab but wanted to cry when she found out he cut his hair short afterwards. Oh, and the character's regular bouts of Ho Yay with Silent Bob don't hurt.
  • Why have so many movies been mentioned here that fuel smoking fetishes without being acknowledged for doing so? Sin City, The Spirit, Blade Runner, Basic Instinct,etc. Or am I the only one here into that sort of thing?
  • Any movie about cops or the military is bound to be fetish fuel for somebody, with those uniforms. As for myself, I'm a straight woman and I like watching men getting turned on, but I don't like porn (long story.) Anyway, I think Who Framed Roger Rabbit is prime fetish fuel, not just for Jessica, but for the men's reactions to Jessica. It's almost a male version of "When Harry Met Sally."
  • Helena Bonham Carter on top of people. First as Bellatrix laying on top of Hermione in Deathly Hallows Part One. Then as King George VII's wife, sitting on top of his chest during a speech therapy session in The Kings Speech.
  • Japanese movies of the early 90s which had female actresses in the lead role tend to have any type of fetish for those who watch them (whether it be S&M, dominance, bondage, fighting, ballbusting, etc) and for this troper, four of them immediately stand out: Jokyoshi Shiokinin Fukushu no Megami - Reiko Kato, Otoneki-oneesan (Weather Woman), Oshioki Haihiiru (High-Heeled Punishers/High-Heeled Cats), and Toppuu! Minipato tai - Aikyacchi Jankushon (Eyecatch Junction/Mini-Skirt Commando).
    • Two Japanese movies from the early 00s also stand out as well for fetish fueling: Spy Woman vs. Investigator Woman and the Female Teacher - Nakadashi 20 Times Consecutively series.
  • The Hangover Part II has the scene in the brothel full of ladyboys, gross for some, but a turn on for those who are into that sort of thing, and in fact ladyboys are quite popular in Thailand.

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