BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: RAZOR
2007, Universal, 101 min, USA, Dir: Félix Enríquez Alcalá

Part of Ronald D. Moore’s beloved and critically acclaimed re-imagining of “Battlestar Galactica,” this stand-alone telefilm chronicles the story of the Battlestar Pegasus and its unhinged commander, Admiral Helena Cain (a brilliant Michelle Forbes), from the original Cylon attack to its reunion with Commander Adama’s (Edward James Olmos) Battlestar Galactica.


DUNE
1984, Universal, 137 min, USA, Dir: David Lynch

The first big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s epic sci-fi best-seller stars Kyle MacLachlan as a potential messiah caught between rival factions battling for control of the planet Dune, where the empire’s most valuable substance is mined. The amazing cast includes Max von Sydow, Jose Ferrer, Jürgen Prochnow, Patrick Stewart and rocker Sting. Though Lynch distanced himself from the film, the dark undercurrents and occasional bizarre twists for which the director is famous remain.


THE STUNT MAN
1980, 20th Century Fox, 131 min, USA, Dir: Richard Rush

Steve Railsback plays an escaped convict who stumbles onto a film set and accidentally causes the death of a stunt man. Peter O’Toole stars as the enigmatic, god-like director who offers to hide him from the police if he will replace the stunt man and help finish the film.


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