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All posts tagged "Blade Runner"
“Bubblegum Crisis”: This late 80s anime series was influenced by “Blade Runner” and other NF faves
Over on our Night Flight Plus channel, we now have an 80s Anime category, where you can watch all eight episodes of Bubblegum Crisis, an original video animation (OVA) that was initially produced for the straight-to-video market...
- Posted February 24, 2017
The Taj Mahal of L.A. Noir: Revisiting the Bradbury Building
You may not live in Los Angeles, but if you’re a movie nut you’ve probably been inside the Bradbury Building dozens of times. Located downtown at the corner of Third and Broadway, the 123-year-old structure has been...
- Posted January 27, 2016
Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner: The Final Cut” screening this month as part of Cinemark Theaters’s Classic Winter Series
Today — Sunday, January 10, 2016 — and next Wednesday, January 13th, you have a few opportunities to catch director Ridley Scott’s epic Blade Runner on the big screen again at Cinemark Theaters nationwide, offered as part...
- Posted January 10, 2016
How Stanley Kubrick’s unused helicopter footage from “The Shining” ended up in Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner”
In March of 1982, after a workprint of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner was test-screened in both Denver (3/5/1982) and Dallas (3/6/1982), the disasterously bad reviews that the audience gave the film sent the picture’s studio Tandem Productions...
- Posted December 13, 2015
Californium: Philip K. Dick’s “VALIS” inspires a psychedelicized first-person video game
Although it isn’t “based on” or licensed in any way that we know of, the soon-to-be-released surreal video game Californium places you in a psychedelicized LSD-enhanced 1970s, and it appears to have been inspired, somewhat, by the...
- Posted November 17, 2015
45 Grave on “New Wave Theatre”: Happy birthday today to Don Bolles!
On the occasion of Don Bolles’s birthday, we’re sharing this performance of his band 45 Grave doing their song “Black Cross” on “New Wave Theater” back in the 80s. Bolles, a member of at least two legendary...
- Posted July 30, 2015
Anthony Bourdain is opening a Blade Runner-inspired food market in NYC
Consequence of Sound reports that New York City will see the opening of a new food market in 2017. The project is headed by celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain and will feature 100,000 sq ft. of market that combines hawker-style food carts, farmer’s...
- Posted July 26, 2015
François Vautier’s stunning tribute to Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner”
This experimental short film by François Vautier is a stunning tribute to Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, made as a unique picture with a resolution of 3.6 gigapixels, it uses 167,819 frames from Blade Runner: The Final Cut....
- Posted June 8, 2015