DID YOU KNOW..?
- ....that there have been SEVEN versions of the film Blade Runner released?
- ....that most of the Blade Runner soundtrack didn't see the light of day until the 1992 release of the Director's Cut version of the film?
- ....that a replicant - a bioengineered or biorobotic being in the film Blade Runner - got its name from screenwriter David Peoples' daughter, who suggested the term "replicating," which is the process of duplicating cells for cloning?
- ....along with The Man in the High Castle, the 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - upon which the movie Blade Runner was based - is Philip K. Dick’s most famous novel?
BLADE RUNNER DIVAGATIONS By NeoZeiss
ARE THESE SENTENCES TRUE OR FALSE?
a: Tyrell was playing with Barbie dolls At six b: JF Sebastián Toy dolls have batteries Inside c: Is Rachael Eldon Tyrell's daughter…Read more >
Though I'd point out that I've started publishing an extensive, 6-part interview with author Paul M. Sammon (Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner). The interview was conducted in 2007 for …Read more >