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    Blade Runner Retro-Review

    Blade Runner Retro-Review By Richard Lynch In 1982, director Ridley Scott brought us his follow-up to his sci-fi horror masterpiece, Alien. Since its release, Blade Runner has cemented itself as a permanent part of the science fiction landscape. Its influence can be seen in countless films and video games...
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    Alien Covenant Review-50% more Xenomorphs

    Alien covenant hits theaters this weekend in all its face-hugging, acid spewing glory and fans of the franchise will enjoy the latest entry in the Alien mythology. Ridley Scott makes his long-awaited return to true Sci-Fi horror in this epic sequel to 2012’s Prometheus and delivers on some, but...
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    It’s time to stop complaining about Prometheus

    It’s time to stop complaining about Prometheus By Richard Lynch I have a reputation for defending prequels so. I may not hate the Phantom Menace, but I won’t deny that focusing on Jar Jar may not have been the best choice. So, I guess with its sequel here; I...
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    H.R. Giger and the Alien Horror

      Ridley Scott’s Alien is one of the most influential and successful horror films in history.  Not coincidentally, it’s also one of the most terrifying, and the eponymous extraterrestrial monster continues to fuel nightmares for even the most hardened movie viewers. For that, we have surrealist artist HR Giger...
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    Ghost in the Ship -(For aliens day)

    Alien has been called Ridley Scott’s haunted house in space, as it’s the quintessential – ahem- alien movie for many people it can be hard for some to see why. Now clearly the Nostromo is not a house, and the xenomorph baddie is anything but dead, the comparison comes from the...
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    Alien (1979): A Timeless Classic

    Alien (1979): A Timeless Classic There are very few films in the history of cinema that have been as revolutionary as the genre-bending, enveloping-pushing fright fest that is Ridley Scott’s Alien. Though it’s been released nearly forty years ago, the movie, released in 1979, looks and feels as if...