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Alien (Scott, 1979)

Visually, for 1979, the film is quite rich. While some of the shots of the spacecraft and alien are downright laughable by today’s standards, the one major quality that they hold is a material nature. With CGI, no matter how … Continue reading

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Videodrome (Cronenberg, 1983)

   Cronenberg uses film theory to transform mediate objects into perceivable flesh. From Bergson to Deleuze, the cinema is conscious; it is consciousness reified. Perception of an image is always a subtraction of said image. The visual image is reality … Continue reading

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