Science Fiction Cinema: Analysis of the Pack on Blu-Ray

We analyze in Cinemascomics the Blu-Ray pack of Science Fiction Cinema, which includes five outstanding cult films of the genre

In Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic edition on Blu-Ray with the five films included in the pack Science Fiction Cinema, where a series of essential tapes for lovers of the best science fiction, such as Universal Soldier, Capricorn One, Saturn 3, Zardoz and The Invaders (The Recall); which have been relaunched by Divisa Home Video.

Fill yourself with nostalgia and enjoy action and science fiction with this pack that recovers cult films from great stars of the seventh art such as Jean-Claude Van Damme (The Last Mercenary), Dolph Lundgren (Aquaman), Elliott Gould (Friends: The Reunion), James Brolin (Sweet Tooth: The Deer Boy), Kirk Douglas (Spartacus), Harvey Keitel (The Irishman), Wesley Snipes (The King of Zamunda) and Sean Connery (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), among others .

The pack is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray, classified as not recommended for children under 16 years of age, with languages ​​in English (original version) and in Spanish, also with Spanish subtitles.

Additional content:

Universal Soldier:

Synopsis:

Following a highly secret and confidential program, the United States Army works with soldiers who died in their war conflicts to transform them into invincible killing machines. However, when a couple of reporters approach the base where the experiment is being carried out, several of these resurrected soldiers will begin to recover memories of their previous lives and unleash chaos in their crossfire.

Weapons, genes and war machines. This is how Universal Soldier was made:

Dolph Lundgren explains that he received the script in 1991, where the first version was titled Crystal Knights, and they convinced him by assuring him that it would also star Jean-Claude Van Damme, and with the rewriting of the script at the hands of Roland Emmerich. In addition, they talk about the power of Mario Lassar and the box office hits that the Carolco production company was chaining.

The director talks about how he came to the project without knowing who Jean-Claude Van Damme was, and with only a 20 million dollar budget, being his first film in Hollywood. For his part, Dolph Lundgren stands out from the director who listened a lot to the actors and gave them a lot of freedom when it came to interpreting their characters, having his idea for the film clear. Meanwhile, Jean-Claude Van Damme indicates that Roland Americe is a very imaginative director, who liked works of science fiction. For the scriptwriter, Dean Devlin, the protagonist managed to give the emotional stature, because the action scenes were already very assimilated with respect to his previous works.

They continue talking about the good vibes that were in the filming and how the protagonists were stung to see who was exercising more and was fitter. They also talk about how they worked with stunt coordinator Vic Armstrong to put together the most dangerous action scenes and sequences. In turn, Dolph Lundgren talks about how they rehearsed the final fight and how they expanded it weeks later, to make it more spectacular.

Tale of two titans:

Jean-Claude Van Damme explains that he grew up in Belgium and always wanted to become an internationally known movie star, but that he was very skinny and a good boy. Whereas Dolph Lundgren indicates that he grew up in Sweden, in a small town in the north of the country, and was the bad boy at school. In turn, the Belgian interpreter confesses that his father signed him up to a karate academy so that he would become strong and could defend himself, after the premiere of the Kung Fu series in 1972, starring the late David Carradine. For his part, Dolph Lundgren confesses that he was a thin and weak boy, who tried to learn judo but it was not his thing and he switched to karate at the age of 14.

While pursuing karate, Jean-Claude Van Damme also decided to dance, do ballet, and do a lot of stretching, in order to hit opponents taller than him. For his part, Dolph Lundgren competed internationally with Sweden and went on to win the heavyweight title in Europe and Australia, to finish studying Chemical Engineering at the university, where he received a scholarship from the University of Washington, returning to Sweden later to get his master’s degree. After several scholarships, he ended up in New York, and entered the entertainment world thanks to a woman, who was a singer.

On the other hand, Jean-Claude Van Damme tells of his tough beginnings, chasing producers and proving that he could be used to appear in action films, and how he ended up landing the role for Bloody Contact. Whereas the first big opportunity for Dolph Lundgren was in Rocky IV. Thus, both talk about how they began to chain blockbusters and became big stars of action movies, and where their careers are today and their purposes for the future.

Alternative ending:

They show us the final scene, but that totally changes the version released in theaters and that would have prevented the sequels.

Trailer:

Gallery:

Collection of movie posters in different countries and scenes from the filming behind the cameras.

Capricorn One:

Synopsis:

Although the entire world believes it is witnessing the first manned trip to Mars, it is actually a drill. In this way, the three astronauts designated for the mission will be forced to participate in the charade, because their families are threatened. However, the problems will begin when a NASA technician realizes that something strange is happening and decides to investigate.

Trailer:

Gallery:

Compilation of posters of the film in different languages, as well as scenes from the film and the protagonists.

Datasheet.

Artistic card.

Saturn 3:

Synopsis:

Adam and Alex are two scientists who come to Titan, a moon of Saturn, to find new resources for a dying planet Earth. However, when a psychopath also reaches Titan, he will cut off all communications with the rest of the solar system; And, with the help of a monstrous giant robot, he will make life on Titan a matter of mere survival.

Trailer:

Gallery:

Collection of movie posters in different languages ​​and for different countries, scenes from the film and the protagonists.

Datasheet.
Artistic card.

Zardoz:

Synopsis:

At the end of the XXIII century, only two human races survive on Earth. The first are the immortals, a privileged caste that does not age and leads a pleasant life. Meanwhile, the other race lives miserably and only trusts in Zardoz, the god they worship, who decides to choose a few men, to train them and face the immortals.

Trailer:

Gallery:

Compilation of posters of the film in different languages, stills of the film and the cast.

Datasheet.
Artistic card.

Los invasores (The Recall):

Synopsis:

When five friends go on vacation to a house near a lake, they discover that Earth is undergoing an alien invasion.

Trailer:

Finally, we hope you enjoy buying the pack Science Fiction Cinema, now available to take home on DVD and Blu-Ray, as well as digital rental and sale (separately); and so you can watch the movies as many times as you want, both in their original version and dubbed into Spanish.

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Science Fiction Cinema: Analysis of the Pack on Blu-Ray