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    The Coen Brothers – An In-depth Look at Their Early Career

    Introduction: According to many critics, ‘heart’ is not something the Coen brothers invest in their motion pictures. If they have, it’s probably been broken, shot at or carved up. But what not denied is that over the past 30+ years, Joel and Ethan Coen have consistently delivered some of the finest, most original, genre-twisting movies […] More

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    Ridley Scott – Every One of His Movies Ranked

    Sir Ridley Scott (born 30 November 1937) is an English filmmaker, who began his career in advertising, before making the jump to feature films. Scott has made some true classic movies over his career, so we collaborated all his ratings from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and Letterboxd to aggregate an average rating for each of […] More

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    The Making of Alien (1979) – How the Xenomorph Came to Life

    INTRODUCTION: “I’ve never liked this kind of film before,” recalls Alien director Ridley Scott. “Because in the end, there’s always just a man in a rubber suit. There’s only one way to deal with that. To make it about what you think you saw, rather than what you actually saw.” What you saw in Alien (1979) was another plastic […] More

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    Jaws – The Inside Story by the People Who Made It

    Although Jaws has is accepted as one of Steven Spielberg’s masterpieces, and for all the horror and tension the film exudes, there was just as much going on behind the camera in the making of Jaws. The first director attached, Dick Richards, literally thought he was making Moby Dick. When 27-year-old Spielberg came in to replace him, his youth […] More

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    The Making of Blade Runner (1982)

    With nearly 40 years of hindsight, it’s strange to think of Blade Runner as the initial flop that it was back in 1982, but in that summer of the early eighties, it was up against some stiff competition that included Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Tron, Videodrome, The Thing and the monster hit that […] More

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    Starship Trader – The No.1 Place to Buy a Used Ship

    DISCOVERY Making a long boring trip? We have the ship for you. Barely used, AE-35 unit still functioning. Artificial gravity, satellite TV. Missing two pods, but otherwise complete. Onboard AI may need slight de-bugging due to homicidal tendencies. Look into the sky and ask for Dave, He’ll hear you. MOTHERSHIP Mobile disco with 20’000W speakers […] More