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Hard Copy: Aliens: The Set Photography

 There were some horrible things that came out in the 1980s. Massive shoulder pads, big hair that required a whole can of hair spray to keep in place, Cabbage Patch Kids and David Lynch’s big screen version of Dune to … Continue reading

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Hard Copy: Robocop: The Definitive History Review

“Dead or alive, you’re coming with me!” When I first saw Robocop in 1987 I was completely blown away. Considering the amount of violence, it is a fitting statement. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Paul Verhoeven … Continue reading

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Hard Copy: The Empress Game by Rhonda Mason Review

One seat on the intergalactic Sakien Empire’s supreme ruling body, the Council of Seven, remains unfilled, that of the Empress Apparent. The seat isn’t won by votes or marriage. It’s won in a tournament of ritualized combat in the ancient … Continue reading

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Hard Copy: A Review for Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz from Titan Publishing

I became a fan of Juan Ortiz’s artwork the first time I saw it adorning a shot glass from Entertainment Earth. I found it striking and unique; as far as I knew no one had ever made “movie” posters for … Continue reading

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Hard Copy: The Art of the Film: World War Z Review

One of the biggest blockbusters of this summer is World War Z, based on the Max Brooks novel. The motion picture adaptation of  World War Z stars Brad Pitt. This action/horror flick depicts the end of the world at the … Continue reading

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