3 Charlton Heston classics mashed into 1 weirdly hallucinogenic movie

Charlton Heston starred in three of sci-fi's greatest flicks—Planet of the Apes, Omega Man and Soylent Green. But let's say you don't have the time to watch them back to back. No problem! You can watch them all at once. Really.

Anthony Discenza cut together the three films in their entirety, cutting among them every 1/10 of a second, while all the soundtracks are played simultaneously. The resulting art project, which was screened at Southern Exposure's Bellwether Exhibition, might sound like something designed to cause headaches, but instead it put us into kind of a trance state.

We've got no idea where and when you'd be able to catch the whole thing, but you can watch a six-minute excerpt below.

Charlton Heston: The Future has Already Been Written from Anthony Discenza on Vimeo.

So? We're willing to bet that Heston himself would have hated it. But what did you think?

(via Forbidden Planet)

Related Stories

Here's when we'll see those X-Men and Planet of the Apes sequels Krystal Clark

20th Century Fox has just given us some serious answers. They've announced the release dates for their biggest upcoming films including the sequels to Rise of the Planet of the Apes and X-Men: First Class, as well as the 3D re-release of Independence Day.

Rumor of the day: War-torn title revealed for next Planet of the Apes sequel Trent Moore

The revitalized Planet of the Apes films have grown into one of the most successful franchises out there these days, and it sounds like we’re finally getting all-out war with the next one.