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John Carpenter produced Dark Star as a film school project. Surprisingly, it doesn't look like a film school project. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JR
What can one say about this super borefest of a so-called Sci-Fi comedy accept for starters, "Well there goes a near hour and a half of my life that I'm never getting back"! Read morePublished 6 months ago by TechnoMachinima1996
One of my favorite movies. This version has a ton of behind the scenes features, as well as both the original theatrical release and the directors cut.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Stiil a very surprising good move to watch. I laffed my but off watching the ailan and the one pilot fight it out. After all the years still a good move.Published 8 months ago by david patrick carlson
Even though the movie was shrunk wrapped it was missing first disk.
Artwork doesn't match artwork listed. Disappointing after paying over $12 for product.
Well, that's a matter of opinion of course, but who can resist the comic precursor to Alien? It's not for everyone, and although it's not what you might expect from either John... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Stephen T.
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|Why no Blu-Ray HD Verison?||
The studio has talked about this, they do not have a good enough print to do a high quality HD release. They tested it out with what they have and were not satisfied with the results. Instead of putting out an inferior Blu-Ray version, they decided to go with the best quality DVD release they... Read More
Oct 19, 2010 by Michael Allred | See all 6 posts
|Nudie pictures on the wall blurred?||
The images were blurred during the post-production phase of the Jack Harris/Bryanston theatrical release (when the 'extension' scenes were inserted). The unaltered versions of the nude photos posted in the crew quarters only exist on the original student film version (which may be lost... Read More
Nov 1, 2010 by Daniel C. Griffith | See all 4 posts