Despite its age, the 1927 film Metropolis remains one of the seminal works of science fiction—and a newly discovered book program shows how they pulled it off.
Comic books aren't the only sci-fi collectibles selling at record highs these days. Rare movie posters are also getting in on the action, and the bankruptcy case of a well-known collector means the rarest poster of them all is about to head to auction. So what's it worth?
We dig killer movie posters, so we're always happy when another artist emerges with more great new visions of sci-fi classics. This time the artist is David O'Daniel, and the posters are metallic, eerie and just plain awesome.
We just saw the best sci-fi film of 2010 the other day. The odd thing is that it was made in 1927, 83 years ago, and it's been that long since the movie has actually been released in its complete, uncut form.
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