Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (1982) has provided us material for many posts over the years (find some favorites below). If his upcoming sequel Blade Runner 2049 yields half as much, we'll count ourselves lucky.
The official trailer for the new film came out today. Look for the film in theaters on October 6th.
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Philip K. Dick Previews Blade Runner: “The Impact of the Film is Going to be Overwhelming” (1981)
Watch an Animated Version of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner Made of 12,597 Watercolor Paintings
Stream 72 Hours of Ambient Sounds from Blade Runner: Relax, Go to Sleep in a Dystopian Future
The Art of Making Blade Runner: See the Original Sketchbook, Storyboards, On-Set Polaroids & More
The Original Blade Runner Promotional Film
How Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner Illuminates the Central Problem of Modernity
Watch Tears In the Rain: A Blade Runner Short Film–A New, Unofficial Prequel to the Ridley Scott Film
Blade Runner Gets Re-Created, Shot for Shot, Using Only Microsoft Paint
Blade Runner is a Waste of Time: Siskel & Ebert in 1982