Jun 7, 2012
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The evolution of home video was one of the factors that turned Alien into an enduring classic rather than a sleeper hit. The respect it was accorded by subsequent acquaintances who clearly knew better than I did was also influential. For instance, Michael Weldon in the Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film: “Of course it’s an expensive B-movie, but it’s also fascinating, well-made, and the scariest science-fiction film in ages.”
Glenn Kenny writes¬†A 19-year-old asshole sees “Alien” for the first time
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