Cult Movie Visions Of The Future Transformed Into Weird Art

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The screencaps from obscure foreign science-fiction films in Mononukleoza's Flickr account are hypnotic in their strangeness. Captured in moments of psychedelic glory or alien stateliness, these (probably quite cheesy) films suddenly look timeless and arresting. We can't stop staring.

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The above screencap is from Koreyoshi Akasaka's Evil Brain From Outer Space (1964), and so are the next couple. There's more over at Mononukleoza's Flickr account, but here are some of our favorites.

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Evil Brain From Outer Space

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Evil Brain From Outer Space

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Pavel Arsyonov - Gostya iz budushchego AKA Guest from the Future (1985)

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Pavel Arsyonov - Gostya iz budushchego AKA Guest from the Future (1985)

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Pavel Arsyonov - Gostya iz budushchego AKA Guest from the Future (1985)

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Alyce Wittenstein - No Such Thing As Gravity (1989)

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GarrisonDean

Well one thing is for certain, I need to get a hold of "Guest From the Future".