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Poster for a film which, unfortunately, was never made, Prison Planet.
From the Chicago Tribune, June 16, 1985:

Jim Wynorski, cowriter-producer of ‘Prison Planet’, boasts that his film will “go beyond anything ever done - since we`re set on a distant planet many thousands of years from now”.
The story line involves a female James Bond who poses as a prisoner to learn the truth about “terrible” goings on, including lobotomies.He promises a nude shower fight - in a laser shower yet: “The girls are rolling around, in between these rays of death”. Plus an outer space brothel, a battle between Earth girls and Delta girls (they are fishlike, with gills), and the warden`s ominous “brain chair”.Explained Wynorski: “If you turn the dial in one direction, you experience ultimate pleasure. But if you turn it the other way…”Will our heroine also encounter lesbianism?Wynorski was taken aback: “Lesbianism? Lesbianism? I`m appalled! Of course, we`ll have lesbianism - gratuitous lesbianism”.

diabolikdiabolik:

Poster for a film which, unfortunately, was never made, Prison Planet.

From the Chicago Tribune, June 16, 1985:

Jim Wynorski, cowriter-producer of ‘Prison Planet’, boasts that his film will “go beyond anything ever done - since we`re set on a distant planet many thousands of years from now”.

The story line involves a female James Bond who poses as a prisoner to learn the truth about “terrible” goings on, including lobotomies.

He promises a nude shower fight - in a laser shower yet: “The girls are rolling around, in between these rays of death”. Plus an outer space brothel, a battle between Earth girls and Delta girls (they are fishlike, with gills), and the warden`s ominous “brain chair”.

Explained Wynorski: “If you turn the dial in one direction, you experience ultimate pleasure. But if you turn it the other way…”

Will our heroine also encounter lesbianism?

Wynorski was taken aback: “Lesbianism? Lesbianism? I`m appalled! Of course, we`ll have lesbianism - gratuitous lesbianism”.

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Du poulet frit entre 2 gaufres et du caramel ?!? Jack Saloon power !

Du poulet frit entre 2 gaufres et du caramel ?!? Jack Saloon power !

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Bringing Taxidermy Back to Life with @chipito

To see more of Chipito’s surrealist taxidermy scenes, follow @chipito.

"Bringing things that are not meant to be together into one image creates a new, disrupted story that hopefully inspires people," says Chipito (@chipito), the anonymous alter ego of two Belgian creative directors.

Chipito’s haunting, surreal photos bring together a love of photography, a desire to explore abandoned locations and a fascination with taxidermy that stretches back 25 years. “Our home is like a giant Wunderkammer,” Chipito explains. “It’s an inexhaustible source of inspiration.”

The jarring masked figures, says Chipito, are supposed to make the viewer feel a sense of unease. “We’ve always been passionate about controversy and curiosities, ” he says. “The ugliness is a reaction against the overdose of beauty in the media, and the masks against the voyeurism of social media and government surveillance.”

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"Ballard was in the business of taking what seems "natural" – what seems normal, familiar and rational – and revealing its psychopathology. As has been noted many times, not least by the author himself, his gift for defamiliarisation was, in part, a product of his own unusual biography: "One of the things I took from my wartime experiences was that reality was a stage set … the comfortable day-to-day life, school, the home where one lives and all the rest of it … could be dismantled overnight."

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Zadie Smith on one of my favorite books of all time, ‘Crash’

Oh que oui !

Oh que oui !