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Film title sequences are a pervasive, but little studied area of design. Maurice Binder (1925-91) was a famous designer of film title sequences who defined the style of the James Bond series.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +13 votes | 7 comments
Black Friday frenzy leads to pepper spray attack. Canadians do cross border shopping.
Published by carol roach 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +8 votes | 19 comments
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was one of the most popular animated children's TV series of the 1980s. Based on Mattel's successful toy line Masters of the Universe and produced by American animation studio Filmation, the show has retained a cult following to this day.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +12 votes | 15 comments
Robocop is often viewed as just another dumb action movie, but itÂ’s actually a subversive, razor-sharp satire. The film was directed by Paul Verhoeven, who also made Total Recall and Starship Troopers. VerhoevenÂ’s critics see his films as ultra-violent and over-the-top, and sometimes they are, but that is thoroughly appropriate because Verhoeven is depicting a dystopian future that is a nightmarish extension of the present. In particular, Robocop dissects contemporary American values and...
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +14 votes | 10 comments
Steel-clad muscular cyborgs were a mainstay of science-fiction cinema during the 1980s. A cyborg (cybernetic organism) is a hybrid of man and machine. Robocop is a cyborg because he is a human who has been mutilated and whose body has been rebuilt: technology is keeping him alive.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +7 votes | 1 comments
Science fiction has always dealt with the relationship between the human and the robot, but combining the two into a hybrid being is a particular trend of the 1980s. The cyborg is a fusion of the human body and technology and it has been argued that both of these things were central concerns in the 1980s.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +6 votes | 1 comments
The concept of the artificial human has been a central theme in science fiction since Mary Shelley published Frankenstein in 1819. The artificial human has appeared in a number of different guises: as robot, android, cyborg and replicant.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +8 votes | 2 comments
My favourite TV series at the moment is Rev., a BBC sitcom about a Church of England vicar of an inner-city London church. Retunring to the screen last week for its second series, Rev. is a gem among recent British comedies.
Published by MJ5446 73 months ago in Popular Culture | +7 votes | 6 comments
Generally, documentaries are about something particular, factual and concern about the populace than private ones. The people, places, and events in them are actual and always contemporary. Here are the essence of documentary.
Published by Ron Siojo 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +17 votes | 10 comments
Adolf "Adi" Dassler and the Success of the Brand with the Three Stripes
Published by deepblue 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +27 votes | 12 comments
George Eastman and Kodak
Published by deepblue 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +37 votes | 17 comments
An article describing cooperative living and the best cities in the United States for that lifestyle.
Published by Elizabeth Pelz 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
Let The Right One Slip In is a song by Morrissey released in 1992. The track was recorded during the sessions for MorrisseyÂ’s album, Your Arsenal, but was not included on the album itself. Instead, the song was released as the B-side of the US single Tomorrow. It later appeared on a re-realease of the album Viva Hate.
Published by MJ5446 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +7 votes | 4 comments
A short list of the supernatural creatures in Philippine folkloreÂ…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +14 votes | 8 comments
A unique manifestation of Modernism in Britain was a pioneering science fiction film called Things to Come (1936). The film was the brainchild of H.G. Wells, one of the most important figures in the history of science fiction. Wells was renowned for stunningly accurate predictions about the future in novels like The Time Machine (1895) and The War of the Worlds (1898).
Published by MJ5446 74 months ago in Popular Culture | +10 votes | 4 comments
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