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Blade Runner (1982) – Maybe a couple of things you didn’t know.

The title of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic “Blade Runner” (1982) apparently has nothing to do with the Philip K. Dick story the film is based on.  Instead, it comes from Alan E. Nourse’s 1974 novel about the supply of black market medical supplies in a dystopian future. “Stone the crows! I did not know that.“ (Source: http://www.totalfilm.com/features/60-greatest-movie-trivia-facts/blade-runner-1982) … Continue reading

Hobo With A Shotgun (2011)

A homeless man (Rutger Hauer) rides a freight train into a new town. World weary, this old drifter hopes for a quiet life in this new setting and modestly aspires to buy a $49.99 lawnmower. So far so “Straight Story”. Heartwarming stuff. Lovely in fact. “Welcome to F**ktown!” bellows the corrupt Chief-of-Police. It quickly transpires … Continue reading

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