Drawing from one of Vangelis' score for Blade Runner, Solarstone has rebooted the film's love theme.
Check out a new Blade Runner analysis that offers up a theory on clues found in the architecture for Frank Lloyd Wright.
An interesting week of new releases that includes everything from classic drama in Sunday Bloody Sunday, modern drama in Magic Mike, classic sci-fi in Blade Runner and Abe Lincoln hunting the undead in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Ridley Scott has long been firm in his beliefs on whether or not Blade Runner's Deckard is or isn't a Replicant, and if a sequel is actually made it sounds like the question will no longer exist.
Word is there may be a few tie-ins to Blade Runner in Ridley Scott's Prometheus that will be revealed on the Blu-ray? Could this support the idea the filmmakers had no idea what they were doing?
One film I've changed my tune concerning over the last five years is Blade Runner, a film I originally disliked, but have since come to appreciate immensely. Today I have a couple goodies for you from the original feature, plus a rumor regarding the planned sequel.
Ridley cott now plans to re-enter the world of Blade Runner. I expect he shall return to the world of Thelma and Louise soon afterwards. At best, this has the reek of an old man too tired to imagine new worlds. At worst, it's a crass money grab wrapped in brand-name marketing. Either way, as I see it, going back to Blade Runner is a no-win situation for Scott. Click through and find out why...
Was Deckard a Replicant? Was he human? Ridley Scott gave us his opinion on the commentary track and in the special features of the recent Blade Runner: Final Cut release and perhaps he will now explore the idea further. Deadline reports Scott plans to return to the world of Blade Runner, but it's not clear... Read more »
Photo: Warner Bros. I didn't see Ridley Scott's Blade Runner until 2007. Yup, 25 years after the film had been released and 30 years into my life I finally saw the film many consider to be one of the best, if not the best, science fiction films of all-time. The glorification of Blade Runner was... Read more »
David Frank knows more than you. Care to disagree? Oh The Wrestler is that good, eh? Life isn't complete without seeing Slumdog Millionaire? Synecdoche, New York will blow my mind with its mighty Kaufman awesomeness? Hey thanks for rubbing it in. Please continue on how Let the Right One In is a masterpiece of masterpieceosity. No no, don't stop. I want to... Read more »