The Necropolis III

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Alien: Covenant Poster

Alien Covenant Poster, multiple influences just like Dan O'Bannon's first draft script for Alien. “I didn’t steal from anybody,” he explained, “I stole from everybody!” The works most commonly cited and acknowledged by O’Bannon as key influences on Alien include 1956’s Forbidden Planet and the aforementioned It! The Terror From Beyond Space, released in 1958. Literary influences include a wealth of Weird Science and … Continue reading Alien: Covenant Poster

The Engineer’s Demise and The Punishment of Thieves

Parallels: The Engineer's demise & Punishment Of The Thieves by Gustave  Doré from Dante Alighieri's, The Divine Comedy. Now the thief engages in obscene and rebellious defiance of God, in the action of his raised fists and in his speech “Take that, God! It’s aimed at you!” [Inf. 24.3].until he is silenced by the serpents. As … Continue reading The Engineer’s Demise and The Punishment of Thieves

USCSS Covenant Decends Upon Paradise and Satan Descends Upon Earth

The Covenant enters Planet 4's atmosphere and Satan descends upon Earth; Plate 12 by Gustave Doré, from Paradise Lost  by John Milton 1866 This plate depicts Satan’s fall from grace as he is banished from Heaven, his entrance to Earth corrupts all mankind. The fate of the Covenant crew and the colonists is foreshadowed by the aesthetic … Continue reading USCSS Covenant Decends Upon Paradise and Satan Descends Upon Earth