Even though we now know 1986 was the last-ditch, death-throes year for Masters of the…
I believe that’s the first figure of movie Aura ever made
I wonder if they heard the name of the new Terminator movie, and mistook it for a renewed interest in the classic console?
When you think Stanley Kubrick, you don’t necessarily think “hotel chain restaurant kiddie meal.”
Smoking in space, “futuristic” personal robots and power gloves of the kind that would appear in the then-far-future ’80s, great sideburns…this is my childhood sci-fi.
Don’t get me wrong – I love Cinefix’s loving recreation of the movie in (mostly) 8-bit Nintendo style, especially the music
And after a day on Kickstarter, it’s already a quarter of the way to being funded, which shouldn’t be a surprise since it’s way more awesome-looking than anything Zach Braff ever did.
I feel like maybe we were the first generation that had that cultural permission to keep those same interests.
In the second issue, Starlog was still finding its way, mostly by looking back. So, let’s look back at Starlog looking back!