This is a concept that I keep returning to in my dreams. It began when I was listening to Lustmord as I travelled through the city at that time of day when it’s so bright everything seems to shimmer. There’s something beautiful yet haunting about it. Horror doesn’t only happen in the dark. I envisioned this utopian city that was for some reason uninhabited. Humanity had reached its peak and then they inexplicably disappeared, leaving only their predecessors and descendants behind. These two in particular are on a journey to find the human race, during which they discover they have a lot in common.
My guest spot on the Studio Yutani analysis of the original Dan O’Bannon Alien script.
Alien by Dan O’Bannon Script/Story Pages 31-50
-Disclaimer- Because of missing pages from the script PDF sourced from AvP Galaxy we have pasted the pages from Daily Script for your reference.
Oh well... you know me.
I've always respected your opinion,
Martin. If something worries you, it
Roby reaches over and changes the slide, to the one of the CRUDELY
DRAWN TRIANGLE ON THE ALIEN CONTROL PANEL.
What would you say that was supposed
Well... it's obviously intentional...
some kind of attempt at
communication... maybe it's a symbol
that means something to them...
But why draw it on the wall?
Roby switches off the projector, sits up, and rubs his face wearily.
He rises and goes to the coffee machine.
(picking a hair out of the coffeepot)
This ship is full of cat…
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I recently appeared on the Studio Yutani stream discussing Blade Runner 2049.
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- Trailer for Velvet Buzzsaw
- Jared Leto’s ‘Blade Runner 2049’ character was partly inspired by real techies
- Denis Villeneuve on wanting to cast David Bowie: “He embodied the Blade Runner spirit”
- Love in the time of Robots
- Become a Librarian
- Become an Archivist
- ‘Blade Runner 2049’: Why Ryan Gosling’s K Is More Than the Evolution of Rick Deckard
- How does the new Blade Runner score compare to the original?
- Blade Runner Discussion Group for Shoulder of Orion Podcast
- Blade Runner 2049 and the Role of Joi in a Joyless World
- Azazel shows humans how to use makeup
- Guillermo del…
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In which I discuss cheesy dialogue, Engineer architecture, and its connection to Dune. Continue reading “Prometheus-by-Minute 29”
In which I discuss what the Engineers meant by those “invitations”, wonder what the hell a Zeta 2 Reticuli is and delve into an unused scene from the Spaight’s script.
In which I discuss the culture and costumes of the Engineers, as well as food on film.
I love the Night at the Museum films and I also love Ancient Egypt, so naturally I was inspired to reinterpret Ahkmenrah’s costume. The goal was to be as historically accurate as possible while still being recognisable.
This took me a couple of months just to research, turns out there’s not a lot of information on clothing from 4,000 years ago. I’m still uncertain of how certain pieces are supposed to be constructed but this is essentially as accurate as possible given the available information. The costume in the film isn’t too far from reality, though it’s evident they were more inspired by Yul Brynner in the Ten Commandments.