Rye’s long awaited movie starring a Powergirl-like character has arrived. The Vengeance Factor is the latest superheroine peril movie in the style of Punished Heroines, and with the popular actress from previous Punished Heroines “Superiorgirl” films in the lead role, it should not disappoint fans of this style of video.
The video begins with a “round table” meeting between the villainess Synestra and three bad guys (Vetto, Sid and Tony for those of you keeping records). Synestra informs the guys that she’s lured Superia (Superiorgirl’s sister) to their hideout, to the chagrin of the villains. Superia is apparently an extremely powerful superheroine, but Synestra lets the guys know, in no uncertain terms, that she has a plan to defeat the “big, blonde superbimbo.”
Superia, enjoying a nice day at home, opens a package sent by the villains containing her sister’s shoes and a note informing her that she’s been kidnapped. Superia decides to rescue her sister as the bad guys (and girl) make their dastardly preparations. Superia arrives, in full costume (which looks awesome) and prepares to face the bad guys. She has no idea that her defeat is inevitable, but as loyal viewers, we certainly do. Superia approaches the first thug as we hear her inner thought via voiceover (“he’s going to pay,” etc.).
For several minutes, Superia beats up the bad guys, totally dominating them and showing her superior strength and using a variety of holds, head butts, punches, etc. Superia finally stops beating the guys up when Synestra arrives and shows off a few of her own powers, disabling Superia by preventing the superheroine from using her legs. Synestra then magically removes all of Superia’s powers, leaving her frozen in place and totally helpless…
…which allows the villains to abuse, sexually assault, torture, and beat down our beloved superheroine for almost a solid half hour. This video is just over 40 minutes long, and after the 15 minute intro, the bad guys have their way with Synestra for the remainder of the video’s running time. There’s a ton of abuse here, and the video features just about every move you can imagine. There are two versions of the video, one where Superia (apparently) lives to fight another day, and another one where… that doesn’t happen.
If you’re a fan of Rye’s work in the genre, this is the next video in the familiar style of Punished Heroines, and I think fans of Rye will really like it.
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