Harrison Ford stars in a Ridley Scott film based on a novel by Philip K. Dick. You can’t beat a pedigree like that. The 1982 film Blade Runner couldn’t help but become a classic of the sci-fi genre. Surely you’ll want to know some of the important facts behind the movie. Show More Summary
Roy Batty’s precious moments may be lost in time, like tears in rain, but these facts about Ridley Scott’s iconic sci-fi film aren’t going anywhere.
Science – or strange permutations of it at least – is everywhere in the cinema. At any one time on movie screens around the world, humans are being threatened by lethal viruses, cured from terminal illness by miracle elixirs, rendered superhuman with bionic limbs or made obsolete by robots...
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This article contains adult content and may be considered unsuitable for some readers. Images courtesy the artist Hong Kong today encapsulates the aesthetic vision of Blade Runner’s raw futurism, and yet it’s a place rooted in rich traditions, dependent upon a fusion of Buddhist-Tao mysticism. Show More Summary
The "Blade Runner" may have to wait four months before he is considered for parole
Pistorius will spend the remainder of his five-year sentence under house arrest
If you like Blade Runner or Ghost in the Shell, you like cyberpunk. And if you like cyberpunk, you'll like game designer Porpentine, who frequently plays off cyberpunk tropes in fresh ways. Her latest game, Neon Haze, is a cyberpunk text adventure. But if you're reading this asking "hold on: cyber-what?," here's a quick primer. Cyberpunk was [...]
The "Blade Runner" originally received a five-year sentence, and he is expected to begin house arrest on Friday
BLACKM00NSTUDIOS re-edited the photo zoom sequence from Blade Runner, imagining that the Esper machine was built with today’s tech. Given the fact that the story takes place in 2019, we’ve got a lot of work to do.
Old photo of neon-lit streets in Kowloon in the 1990s. Courtesy of Keith Macgregor The stock image of Hong Kong is populated with neon signs; like the neo-noir dystopian landscape of Blade Runner, the city’s layers are made up of glowing symbols and architecture. Show More Summary
HBO’s Westworld, described as a “cross between Blade Runner and Deadwood,” has dropped its first teaser trailer and it’s messed up, but only in the best sci-fi way possible. “Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality?” WATCH: First glimpse at @WestworldHBO might make you question your reality. Show More Summary
CAMP Issues Recall for Cassin Blade Runner Crampons CAMP is recalling all Cassin Blade Runner and Blade Runner Alpine Crampons. If you have these crampons, stop using them immediately and contact CAMP. According to Camp-USA.com there is “a risk of fatigue-caused breaking of the supports of the removable front points (see picture); such breaking may take […]
"You know how it is Decker. If you're not cop, you're little people." - Blade Runner Laws have the weirdest consequences that their proponents somehow seem to never think through. The City of Los Angeles is drafting a safe storage ordinance...Show More Summary
You know that scene in Blade Runner where Deckard uses futuristic technology (that somehow still uses an old tube television) to explore what is happening in a photograph, even stuff that isn't actually in the photograph? Well, Google and MIT have together created an algorithm that does exactly that. Sort of. Well, okay, not really, but it's still really cool.
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Image: Wikimedia Commons The earliest imprint that you, dear reader, have probably gotten from the film Blade Runner is of that weird eye-scanning machine, a prop in an interrogation. It’s an eerie and invasive test, one that involves...Show More Summary
Blade Runner is a groundbreaking science fiction film based on the groundbreaking Philip K. Dick novel Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?, and when the film adaptation was released in 1982 it changed the face of sci-fi forever. Even...Show More Summary
This weekend, I happened upon the recent re-release trailer for Blade Runner (The Final Cut). The Final Cut version of the film, the only one where director Ridley Scott had full artistic control, was first released in 2007, but this...Show More Summary
Gouache rendering titled "San Angeles," a cityscape for Blade Runner (1981). The original of this painting was lost on tour when exhibited in 1991. "We don't go into the future from zero, we drag the whole past in with...