Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.


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7 responses to “Blade Runner (1982) – Science Fiction Film Review”

  1. » Building on “Blade Runner”

    [...] a fan of BLADE RUNNER, it ticles my fancy to think that a piece of it may become reality. On the other hand, it is not as [...]

  2. » AFI Nominees: The best sci-fi and fantasy films?

    [...] *BLADE RUNNER (1982). Dismissed in its own time, this film has built a formidable – and well-deserve relationship – during the decades that followed. [...]

  3. » Cybersurfing 04/05/08

    [...] am | Tagged as: Cybersurfing REPLICANTS OUT WEST: Rutger Hauer, who played replicant Roy Batty in BLADE RUNNER, will star in a horror Western for executive producer John Woo. Titled HIGH MOON (which sounds a [...]

  4. » Sense of Wonder: AFI’s Top Ten Fantasy and Science Fiction Films

    [...] BLADE RUNNER [...]

  5. » Hollywood Gothique: Blade Runner on the big screen - The Final Cut

    [...] much trashed by critics, who saw nothing but visual effects and production design. (Check out Cinefantastique’s review, for example.) Over the years, the film’s reputation has grown, even while fans acknowledged [...]

  6. » Prometheus (2012)

    [...] BLADE RUNNER proffers a thousand-course feast for the eyes, but only bread and water for the mind an… [...]

  7. Prometheus (2012) Review - Comics Bulletin

    [...] BLADE RUNNER proffers a thousand-course feast for the eyes, but only bread and water for the mind an… [...]

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