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DREAMLAND FANS

The latest fan is
Heather Jones

The whole gang:

Aili Alechnowicz
Alana Miller
Babs Johnson
Billy Franklinstine
Blondie Nation
Brooke Garr
Chakatreatment
Chie Kato

Chris Hilbert
Chris Wilembrecht
Curt Marcucci
Daniel Diamond
David Robert Crews
David Gouny
David Heulun Jones
David McNeil
David Robert Crews
Davide Scovazzo
Della Deluxe!
Devileen
Duncan Craig
Erik Weber
Eugene Schroeder
Eve Severe
Gretchen and Kevin
Grizelda
Guy Mazzaglia
Heather Jones
Hex and Dze
Hioni
Jackie Divine
Jacopo Coccia
Jim Hollenbaugh
Joanna Satana
Jeff Smith
Jerry Kochendoerfer
Jimmy Pio
Josh West
Julie Taylor
Kaleb Bronson
Karie Sprockethole
Kevin Johnson
LULU
Lurleen
Lynda L. Hinkle
Marko Sosic
Massimiliano d'Italia

Maxwell Drake

Michael Simmons
Mink Dagger
Mister OohLaLa
Orchidbau
Polyester
Polly [Esther] Styrene
Poshgrrrl
Rinaldo
Robert Geise
Sebastian
Shaboobie Boobarella
Simply Divine
Sky Rockford
Tom Korzeniowski
Trevor Robinson
Uvula Dangles
Vanamal Lucifer
Yakov Levi
Yong Kim
Zero Renton Prefect

How do I become
a Dreamland Fan?

Oh, don't get a tattoo!



Hello there. names Zero Renton Prefect (legally changed it) I am a 28 year old queer punk movie geek and I have a story to tell. So the story begins a few years ago. We rented "Serial mom" on VHS and my step dad made me and my siblings leave the house right when the sex scene came on. So I spent years wondering what it was that was so bad about this flick I was forced to go participate in some recreational type of activities outside on a warm day (I mean the tv wasn't outside). So I rented it and I fell in love. That was the start of be viewing the cinema as an art form. Art is supposed to get some sort of response, and for my stepfather that day it did, thereby showing how effective it was (he didn't turn the movie off mind you. It was so bad he sent us out but kept watching it).

His movies have taught me to just view the world differently in the sense that it's a big world where absurd over the top things happen (especially in Los Angeles where I have spent my whole life). So years later (yes I was inspired by Cecil B. Demented) I had him sign my arm at a book signing at "Book soup." I told him I planned on getting his signature tatted and he said (in that John Waters way) "Oh don't get a tattoo" so I sped down Sunset blvd at top speed to a tattoo shop in hollywood and got it tatted. I saw him a few years later again ("Date with John Waters" cd release) and I showed him my tattoo. And as I write this I am watching Divine rip the car door off a vehicle in "Polyester" I owe him a lot of thanks because you can't see things like that on PBS.