The latest behind-the-scenes tome from Titan Books is an extraordinary revelation of a film we thought we already knew.
'Blade Runner 2049' expands on the themes of parenthood and superhumanity introduced in the 1982 film.
How sound (or lack of it) builds the sci-fi horror film's seminal scares.
Although there were alternate endings, having 'Thelma & Louise' end in a freeze frame helps show the film's theme of freedom.
In space no one can hear you scream...but they can hear a certain cat meow.
And with them, some aspiring filmmakers will be given a chance to shine.
We chat with the director of ‘Memory: The Origins of Alien’ about the necessary need to dissect film and how the exploration of art connects humanity.
This will mark the first time Americans will see the 'Blade Runner' director's work on the small screen.
The publics perception of horror is changing, but what does that mean for our cinemas?
A key figure in the American Experience may finally get his cinematic due.