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Context The Hidden was a 1987 action-horror movie. It wasn’t a commercial success – genre movies seldom them back then. But it was intriguing, distinctive and well-made. This profile is intended to be read after the Altarian criminal character profile, to avoid excessive...

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Context Escape from New York is a 1981 sci-fi movie with a cyberpunk  atmosphere. A cult classic, it was successful enough to get a sequel (Escape from L.A.) 15 years later. As with other John Carpenter sci-fi films, Escape was an important movie for Generation X nerds. Back then...

(The Last Starfighter)
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Context The Last Starfighter is a 1984 film. It was one of the first to use CGI, and got decent reviews. It is a good example of the genre at the time – Alex is your average kid from a trailer park who gets the chance to save the universe! This profile has S P O I L E R S for the...

(The Hidden)
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Context The Hidden was a 1987 action-horror movie. It wasn’t a commercial success – genre movies seldom them back then. But it was intriguing, distinctive and well-made. Such characteristics made it a cult hit. It also had solid critical reviews – which is...

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Context After the success of Conan the Barbarian in 1982 many C- and D-grade movies were bound to follow. Barbarian Queen, released in 1985, was one of them. Produced by Roger Corman, it was typical of the titsploitation schlock movies of the 1970s and 1980s. But *we* read it for...

(Around Evil Dead IIII)
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Evil Dead movies have a clear influence on a lot of subsequent action-horror stories, particularly in video games. Ash Williams, played by genre celebrity Bruce Campbell, is the main character of the original series of films. He has became a classic figure of the everyman action hero, who...

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Context Taoism Drunkard (or maybe Shaolin Drunkard, or Drunken Wu-Tang, or whatever) was a 1983 kung fu comedy, or “comedy”. It had a peculiar atmosphere and effects, and you shouldn’t worry about the movie being too highbrow. There’s a monster in it. The...

(Bruce Wayne) (Tim Burton/Michael Keaton take)
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Context This specific version of Batman appeared in the 1989 Batman movie. He was played by Michael Keaton, though it is commonly argued that the real star of the show was director Tim Burton. Burton brought his distinctive aesthetics and atmosphere and made the movie visually...

(Commando movie)
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Background Real Name: Unrevealed. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: None, formerly US military. Base Of Operations: Mobile . Height: 6’1” Weight: 235 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: Brown Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

(Synthetic (but not stupid))
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Context Bishop appears in the second Alien movie, Aliens, in 1986. This is the one that is half-military sci-fi, half-horde horror. He also doubles as a good template for a futuristic but low-flash synthesoid . Background Group Affiliation: United Systems Colonial Marine Corps Base...