“Here’s The Matrix as it would have appeared as a ’60s pulp sci-fi novel,” he writes on his website. “I really love the aesthetics and cheesy taglines of those old covers.” Indeed.
“I was inspired by the detective pulp covers of Robert McGinnis,” Anderson explains here. “If ever there was a sci-fi movie that lent itself well to a detective pulp cover, it’s Blade Runner.” Note the price tag on this one.
Someone is obviously a huge Ridley Scott fan. It’s lovely, but we’re not sure how Ellen Ripley would feel about being portrayed as a damsel in distress.