|Modern Pulp||Sep 1 2018|
The future's so bleak he has to wear shades.
Above, a poster for the game changing science fiction adventure The Terminator painted for the Czech (then Czechoslovakian) market by Milan Pecak. The fading effect at the bottom of the art is the way Pecak painted it, rather than the result of a bad scan or photo. This movie may look a bit clunky to modern viewers, but so will Avengers: Infinity War in twenty years. Along with stunners like Alien, Blade Runner, and others, The Terminator changed the idea of what cinematic science fiction could be. It premiered in the U.S. in 1984 and eventually arrived in Czechoslovakia as Terminátor today in 1990.
CzechoslovakiaCzech RepublicThe TerminatorTerminátorJames CameronArnold SchwarzeneggerPaul WinfieldLance HenriksonLinda HamiltonBill PaxtonMilan Pecakposter artcinemasci-fi