"Nothing the God of bio-mechanics wouldn’t let you into heaven for."
Blade Runner was released 25 years ago this week (June 25, 1982).
There’s a nice discussion (here) on that exact point by Adam Savage; he worked on Star Wars Episodes I and II, on the Matrix films, on
AI and Terminator 3 Despite his works on those later CGI films — or perhaps because of it — he finds the effects on Blade Runner to be STILL superior.
There are a number of fan sites that are worth checkingout: brmovie.com has becomes the unofficial Bladerunner site; also worth reviewing is Total Dickhead — its a blog described as “News, Analysis, and Philip K Dick-Related Info Kipple Chronicled by a PKD Scholar”
Blade Runner Final Cut trailer
Hat tip: boing boing
Blade Runner at 25: Why the Sci-Fi F/X Are Still Unsurpassed
Reporting by Thomas Hayden
Popular Mechanics, July 2007
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