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Post Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:33 pm

Has anyone heard of any other Blade Runner fan films?

Has anyone heard of any other Blade Runner fan films, or any on the
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Post Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:17 pm

Re: Has anyone heard of any other Blade Runner fan films?

origami swan wrote:Has anyone heard of any other Blade Runner fan films, or any on the
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Blade Runner Chronicles:
http://www.seansgallery.com/pages/bladerun.htm

Blade Runner: Fallen Angels fan film (was the BR lego Fan film)
http://www.titanpictures.com/bladerunner/
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Post Mon Dec 13, 2004 11:08 pm

dont forget BR2: Replicants Within i duno where you can find that one anymore also i just thought id mention for the heck of it that ive done a couple films as a student in high school that paid homege to BR whether or not those will ever be released in any form depends on how i feel, how hard it would be to do all that, if theres a want for it (which i doubt) and if i can ever secure the rights to release it :wink:
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Post Tue Dec 14, 2004 4:02 am

Thanks for providing those links to the fan films, it will be cool to see
how they develop.
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Post Thu Dec 16, 2004 7:39 pm

BR2 is the film that inspired me to write and direct The Blade Runner Chronicles. Not in a positive way either. I just could not believe they were calling that thing a blade runner film! :roll:
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Post Thu Dec 16, 2004 7:43 pm

a BR2 film? wasnt aware there was one. whats it about?
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Post Thu Dec 16, 2004 7:58 pm

THX1138 wrote:a BR2 film? wasnt aware there was one. whats it about?


It was a college project ( a short film) I think, that ended up on ifilm, or atom films or something. I watched it a long while ago, 2 years ago I think, and it was aweful. Just painfully bad.
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Post Fri Dec 17, 2004 7:40 pm

i'm with eli on this one i watched it a long time ago but i think it mightve had something to do with the sixth replicant
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Post Tue Dec 21, 2004 1:18 pm

There was a movie recently made in korea called Natural city which is considered the Blade Runner of korea.... looks realy cool
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Post Wed Dec 22, 2004 3:54 pm

I got a copy of Natural City from ebay, and it has a few shots that are moody with neon, lots of rain. It also has a lead character in love with the android he's supposed to hunt and kill. That's about where the comparisons stop.

The lead character is a heavily armored swat cop or something, not a noir style detective.

Also, it's an over the top asian style action film. Think Ghost in The Shell, and Jin-Roh.

It's worth a look. The only place I have seen it for sale is on ebay though.
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Post Wed Dec 22, 2004 9:41 pm

Hey Treybor what is the song in the backround of your site?
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The Old BladeRunner wrote:METROPOLIS (1927)

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I am not sure why you pointed these two movies out? I believe they were looking for fan films and spoofs.

although these are also two of my favorite movies as well. :)
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Post Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:56 am

I'm currently making Bladder Run, a spoof.

Our plot follows Rex Dickard as he attempts to track down the Replicas. They are Ray Botty, Junior Kawalski (think "OK George" and thats Junior), Pritt (a really sticky customer) and Nora. Dickard is aided - or maybe hindered by Guff - a cop who speaks complete gibberish; he just can't speak coherently and messes up his words. He calls Dickard "Mr Bladder Run" hence the title of the movie.

Although this is a comedy (well I HOPE its funny) we are taking this movie very seriously, filming at interesting locations, lighting professionally with Aari equipment, and filming in full 1080 HD. We have green screen capabilities and model work - the "Hades" landscape is taking shape in my garage at the moment!

Once completed the movie will be posted on our website - the still gestating www.bladderrun.com - and will be dent out free of charge (apart from the cost of a disc and postage) to any fans anywhere in the world. We hope that a Sapnish soundtrack will be an option in honour of Joan Furste a regular of these parts. We have a semi professional artist completing the movie poster for us and a composer working on a score. Effects such as laser blasts will be added in post production.

I too have seen the so called "fan films" and many people dont take their productionseriously - no costumes, sets props or rehersals (Im talking the Blade Runner ones Ive seen not the high end stuff that is amazing in other genres like that Batman vs Predator film) and people seem to laugh and mess about on camera. Mine is different. Ive engaged actors not friends. I just hope we can do justice to Blade Runner. My dream is to send ridley Scott a Blu Ray and not have him take out a contract on my life!
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