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A Trip (Back) To The Movies: Review - "Alien" (1979)

It is very difficult to talk “fact” when it comes to film. However when it comes to Science Fiction, one could say the closest thing to being fact is that Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968), Ridley Scott’s “Alien” (1979), and Scott’s “Blade Runner” (1982) are the three most influential films to have come out of the genre… 1,277 more words

Why Alien: Isolation Is a Horror Masterpiece

Alien: Isolation is a very good game. It’s a masterpiece of tone and design that sets a new standard for videogame adaptations. It’s also absolutely terrifying, as a good… 1,286 more words

Videogames

Black Metal Friday: Behemoth “Messe Noire”

Polish blackened death metal legends Behemoth have just released a Hellish and surreal clip for the third single from their critically-acclaimed masterpiece The Satanist. 15 more words

Heavy Metal

Alien

Director: Ridley Scott

1979

I really don’t agree with the majority of what Angela Errigo says about Alien. I first watched Alien while doing my media studies A-Level as part of a comparison into strong women in science fiction or the depiction of women in science fiction (I can’t remember exactly what one) and was bored the first time I watched it, let alone the multiple times over in order to fully analyze the film. 585 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

StarBeast — Part IIIa: Alien³, the Beginning

Alien³ underwent a long, articulated creation process — which saw several scriptwriters elaborating their own screenplays, only to be replaced — one after the other. Going from William Gibson to David Twohy, the film only began to develop to the next step with Vincent Ward and John Fasano’s script. 1,845 more words

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