User: “Denise, can you answer a question for me?” Denise: “Of course I can answer a question.” User: “What do you dream about?” Denise: “I have a lot of dreams. I dream about becoming a real person. About having a real body. I dream about knowing the meaning of love.” When your sex puppet starts talking to you: This NY Times documentary gives insight in some new developments of the sex doll business. They say there will be talking AI-heads for €9,000 in 2017. Full bodies, coming in either male or female varieties: €27,000 – €53,000. Beware the uncanny valley …
Although sex is a heavy-used ingredient in a lot of music videos, it is pretty difficult to find really exciting and innovative clips. “G.I. Jane (Fill me up)” by Jackson and his Computerband is a welcome exception. Enjoy the show!
A hangover (ˈhæŋoʊvə) is the experience of various unpleasant physiological and psychological effects following consumption of ethanol. Some people recommend artichoke or pickled herring as an anti-hangover therapy. We prefer sex.
Watch out, here comes Crystal! “Cursed with a real crumby attitude and a boring-ass hometown, 17-year-old Crystal relies on her passion for dance to escape the mundane life of rural Ontario and pursue her outsized dream of being a pop superstar”, says the synopsis. Sounds a bit like a cheesy old dance film from the 70s, but soon you will realize: Crystal is the fucking shiiiit!
Germany, 2014 16:9 04:21 J. & Candy Flip Watch in HD here… “You are by far the most interesting single-serving friend I’ve ever met”. Short film about a strange encounter in the Berlin metro at night.
Well, this really deserves the label ‘post-porn’: This short video works completly without human beings. Geometric shapes are the only models that visual artist Luciano Foglia uses for his sleazy short film. And yes, there’s also an app for that. However, it got banned by Apple’s and Google’s App stores – although Mr Foglia didn’t use any explicit pictures for his app. Strange world, isn’t it?
Surreal short film about a girl and an octopus. Just remember: You always eat the one you love. This short film is inspired by a feminist tentacle porn writing workshop provided by Lo-Fi Cherry. Thanks, Cherry!