Binge Movie Aftertaste – Alien Retrospective w/ Jack Valley and Johnny Moreno Pt 4: Prometheus

On May 18, 2017 by Garrett Collins

Five years after Fox cashed in on the appeal of Aliens clashing with Predators, director Ridley Scott made it clear that he was ready to return to the science fiction world which put him on the map. He had a meeting with writer Jon Spaihts, and together they mapped out a prequel of sorts to one of the most highly regarded movies of all time.

But a more contemporary approach was not what Scott was looking for. And, in a controversial move, Fox brought in Lost‘s Damon Lindelof to add an extra outside dimension to the answers fans were looking for. The resulting film Prometheus is still debated by film goers -and the hosts of this very podcast- for what exactly it adds to the universe it was claiming to be a part of.

Join me, Jack Valley, and Johnny Moreno as we engage in what is probably the most debate heavy podcast that’s been had since I started sprinkling in the retrospective format. And then gear up, as we get ready to ride the Alien wave straight into Alien Covenant, to be reviewed the week following its release.

Prometheus (2012) (?/10, ?/10, ?/10)




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One Response to “Binge Movie Aftertaste – Alien Retrospective w/ Jack Valley and Johnny Moreno Pt 4: Prometheus”

  • jbone

    WTF is Garret talking about….the Blomkamp Alien movie was killed a long time ago. I thought Mr. Oscars would know that. Ridley Scott stated:

    “I don’t think it will ever see the light of day. There was never a script. Just an idea that evolved from a dozen or so pages. I had to participate as producer, but it didn’t go farther because Fox decided it didn’t want to do it.