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Jenny Agutter in a promotional still from Logan’s Run, ca. 1976.

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Scientifically inaccurate motion reading of a Mike Hinge illustration

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Moebius’ concept illustrations for Alien, appearing in Heavy Metal, April 1979

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The Andromeda Strain (1971) frequently turned up as a late movie offering during the seventies. For such a cerebral film, it also included some fine suspense. Directed by Robert Wise based on the Michael Crichton novel.

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Chris Moore - I love the dynamism in the man’s movement and the surprise, despite the robot travelling along a track of sorts, implying that this isn’t the man’s environment, he’s the intruder.

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I’ve really been feeling 1970s science fiction art (like that found on @70sscifiart for example) and so made this self-portrait in a 70s sci-fi style. My favorite pieces combine a really rough dry brush effect with really intricate, detailed stars or clouds or a crisp shiny spaceship, and that contrast was what I wanted to emulate here. I also wanted to hang out in the cool part of the spectr...

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Run from Logan's Run (1976)

Run from Logan's Run (1976)

In a continuation of operation: DVR clean, I sat down with a friend and we decided to watch Logan’s Run (1976.) He tapped at 45 minutes or so, and I tapped at about 46 minutes. In the minute between my friend said, “so… tap?” I had responded with, “you want to tap? now? Something’s gonna happen soon.” That something was a spearhead lazily hitting the wall behind Michael York and f...

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Beautiful sci-fi minimalism! I love the deliberate 2001 and Alien references. The science fiction tropes will be familiar to almost everyone, which allows the director, James Frost, to convey the poignancy and tragedy of the story without much of a budget (or, obvs, any dialogue). Certain lyrics and chilling discords catch my ear, just like the stunning lens flare of an unknown star’s eclipse...

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New art for TWRP’s latest EP. Done in Photoshop.

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The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) directed by Nicolas Roeg and starring David Bowie – from the 40th Anniversary Edition

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