Giger was an absolute genius.H.R.Giger frightens me, his dark imagination is jet black, shiver:-
Hi BaylorGiger was an absolute genius.
The Movie alien has a very very Lovecraftain to which Giger brings out very nicely.. Interestingly there there a number of other things that influenced Alien's development as well . The 1958 film It the the Terror From Beyond Space 1958 written by Jerome Bixby follows a similar plotting to Alien . The 1965 Mario Brava film Planet of the Vampires is another film influenced Alien. In literature you have the Black destroyer in A E Van Vogt's Voyage of the Space Beagle and there is Clark Ashton Smith's story The Vaults of Yoh -Vombus.
I don't know the answer to this, I don't know how to advice you on this . I wish I could be more helpful here If you have question on such an issue . I would recommend talking to those running the forum. They're really nice peopleand they are fair. They can advise on this.Hi Baylor
I have been disabled for a long time, having broken my spine only two years ago, but when i could get on my legs i was a member of a small astronomy club in North London, the reason i say this is the "Patron" was Sir Arthur C. Clarke and the President was Fred Clarke, his brother, it was called ASH, being Astronomical Society of Harringey, it is a small world in Science Fiction, which we also used to debate, they are both dead now.
I hope i'm not breaking any rules in adverts, i don't want a smack on the wrist from "The Judge:-