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"Where’s my dream?"
Blue Velvet (dir. by David Lynch, 1986)

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Barbara Crampton / Re-Animator 1985

Barbara Crampton / Re-Animator 1985

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i want this as a screensaver

i want this as a screensaver

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scumsberg:

Re-Animator (1985)

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There is an idea of a Patrick Bateman, some kind of abstraction. But there is no real me only an entity, something illusory. And though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are probably comparable… I simply am not there.

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João Ruas’s “Alien" Screenprint.

João Ruas recently had the chance to work on a screenprint film poster for the movie “Alien,” one of his dream projects.  He certainly blew the final design out of the spaceship - it’s hauntingly beautiful.  Of the process João said he started with the two beasts of the film, the xenomorph and… the cat.  The screenprint will be available soon.

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"The best advice I can offer to those heading into the world of film is not to wait for the system to finance your projects and for others to decide your fate. If you can’t afford to make a million-dollar film, raise $10,000 and produce it yourself. That’s all you need to make a feature film these days. Beware of useless, bottom-rung secretarial jobs in film-production companies. Instead, so long as you are able-bodied, head out to where the real world is. Roll up your sleeves and work as a bouncer in a sex club or a warden in a lunatic asylum or a machine operator in a slaughterhouse. Drive a taxi for six months and you’ll have enough money to make a film. Walk on foot, learn languages and a craft or trade that has nothing to do with cinema. Filmmaking — like great literature — must have experience of life at its foundation. Read Conrad or Hemingway and you can tell how much real life is in those books. A lot of what you see in my films isn’t invention; it’s very much life itself, my own life. If you have an image in your head, hold on to it because — as remote as it might seem — at some point you might be able to use it in a film. I have always sought to transform my own experiences and fantasies into cinema."

Werner Herzog on Creativity, Self-Reliance, Making a Living of What You Love, and How to Turn Your Ideas Into Reality

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