Retro Review: Blade Runner (1982) @ Infinispace.net

The visually lush Blade Runner explores and asks the question: What makes us human? It repeatedly strides right up to that reflection in the dystopian rain puddle . . . but never steps in it.

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http://infinispace.net/2017/10/blade-runner-review/

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Sci-FI Short Friday: PRISM @ Infinispace.net

PRISM –  15 minutes | Sci Fi ◦ Dystopian Drama
Dan Warner is a desaturator, tasked with sapping beauty from the world in a future where Color is used as energy. When his superiors suspect that he may secretly be hoarding color in order to support his “unhealthy” passion for drawing, Dan is…

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http://infinispace.net/2017/02/sci-fi-short-prism/

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Retro Review: Soylent Green @ Infinispace.net

The text below the break is part of a DVD review originally published on December 19th, 1999.
Here are some updated thoughts:  Since I wrote this DVD review 17 years ago, some nutter has taken the premise of the movie (sans creepy part) and actually started a company called Soylent that makes &#8…

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http://infinispace.net/2016/09/soylent-green-review/

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A public service announcement from the Toecutter @ Infinispace.net

Thinking about seeing a movie this weekend, especially Mad Max: Fury Road?  Heed the words of The Toecutter!
Turn off your fucking cellphones, and shut your face!
Have a nice day.

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http://infinispace.net/2015/05/a-public-service-announcement-toecutter/

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The Art of Nivanh Chanthara @ Infinispace.net

Nivanh Chanthara is currently a concept artist at Eidos Montreal, working on undisclosed next generation projects.  You may (or may not) know him for this conceptual work on Eidos’ critically acclaimed smash hit Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
His concept art career has taken significant leaps f…

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http://infinispace.net/2015/04/the-art-of-nivanh-chanthara/

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Three New Mad Max Films Planned @ Infinispace.net

News for the new Mad Max flick has been heating up.  The media push for the ultra-violent, R rated, post-apocalyptic opus is reaching fevered levels.
Esquire magazine just released an interview with Mad Max: Fury Road star Tom Hardy.    Though the article/interview covers many topics, here are so…

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http://infinispace.net/2015/04/three-new-mad-max-films-planned/

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Broken Worlds by Daniel Tyka @ Infinispace.net

Dogs didn’t live long in the Tangle, the Spire didn’t allow it.  They were a “burden” on the system.  But Crab had somehow defied the odds, somehow avoided the culling, and thrived in the shadows.  Ophelia looked down at her adopted, yet wholly independent, companion and s…

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http://infinispace.net/2015/01/broken-worlds-by-daniel-tyka/

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Mad Max: Fury Road – Official Trailer @ Infinispace.net

 
Oh sweet God of Blood and Violence, we have a new Mad Max: Fury Road trailer!  And . . . it . . . looks . . . EPIC!  George Miller is back with his vision of a world gone mad, fueled by the need to survive and be the fittest . . . most badass motherfucker left on Earth.  I grew up wa…

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http://infinispace.net/2014/12/mad-max-fury-road-official-trailer/

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Building Atmosphere by Alexander Mandradjiev @ Infinispace.net

 
14.7 psi, Earth standard.  It was a lofty goal, but one that was drummed into us by corporate on every terraforming colony.  Never once have we actually hit that target.  Hél 13 was no exception.  We’d been here for twenty years:  melting ice caps, vaporizing subsurface water, spewi…

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http://infinispace.net/2014/12/building-atmosphere-by-alexander-mandradjiev/

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