Post Profile






A classic film noir trailer for Blade Runner

Blade Runner was made by Ridley Scott partly as an homage to classic film noir movies like The Maltese Falcon, The Big Sleep, and The Woman in the Window. This trailer turns the noir factor up to 11; aside from a shot or two here and there, it portrays a film that could have been made in the 40s. (via one perfect shot) Tags: Blade Runner movies remix trailers video
read more

share
See more about: Blade Runner Ridley Scott

Related Posts


‘Blade Runner 2? Director Denis Villeneuve First Thought the Sequel “May Be a Bad Idea”

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Whether you like it or not, we’re heading back into the universe of Blade Runner with a sequel to the 1982 sci-fi, film noir classic starring Harrison Ford and directed by Ridley Scott. If the film arrives in 2017 as scheduled, ther...

Ridley Scott Talks Blade Runner & Prometheus Sequels

Humor : Nerd Bastards

Fans of Ridley Scott‘s Blade Runner and Alien movies can get an interesting look at Scott’s ideas and plans for the sequels to both movies. The big news is Scott’s confirmation that there will be a Blade Runner sequel. The Prometheu...

‘Blade Runner’ Trailer in Classic Film Noir Style

Technology : Geeks are Sexy

Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece Blade Runner is already noir — neo-noir, to be more specific. So to Chet Desmond, creating a trailer in the original 1940s black-and-white noir style made sense. Desmond says he isn’t trying to re-ima...

This trailer for Blade Runner as a 1940s noir film is genius

Genres / Sci Fi : io9

Blade Runner was always kind of a noir film, but Chet Desmond's black-and-white re-imagining of what the movie's trailer would look like had it been made in the '40s is simply stunning. Hey, Ridley Scott — why don't you forget about...

Blade Runner Movie Trailer In the Style of a Classic 1940s Noir Film

Humor : Laughing Squid

Chet Desmond has created a black and white movie trailer for Ridley Scott’s 1982 science fiction thriller film Blade Runner that is in the style of a classic 1940s noir film. via io9

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC