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Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mme. Genevieve Chardon Aug 27, 2012. 64 Replies

I run a period movie review blog, The Snarky Victorian, and I am interested in starting a steampunk review rampage. My main interest…Continue

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The Snarky Victorian offers period movie fangirls and guys a weekly stroll through the rants and ravings of a period movie lover. We (or really, I) review the absolute best and worst of films from the BC to the 20th century, from the dramatic background music of the 80s, to the steampunk influenced indulgences of 2011.

 

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Mme. Genevieve Chardon replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Tai Chi 0 (King Foo/Steampunk, I don't think it's out yet) http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/independent/taichi0/ Riese: Kingdom Falling http://www.syfy.com/riese/episodes The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc Sec (there is also the…"
Aug 27, 2012
Jeremy Kelly-Bakker replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"I hate to be a shameless self promoter but if you're keen I'd love for you to take a look at our film 'Aurora'. It was a very low budget film but I think we pulled together some impressive results despite that. It's at…"
Nov 16, 2011
James Nelson Smith replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"I have been thinking of giving LoEG another look, but even if I hadn't read the books I would have been aware of the fact that Sean Connery hated working on it, and Alan Moore wanted his name completely taken off the film.  That is always…"
Nov 5, 2011
James Nelson Smith replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Steamboy is for my money the most accurate portrayal of Steampunk on film, and my reasoning is this. 1. It actually takes place in the correct time period, for the notion to make sense. 2. It is SF alternate history, not fantasy. 3. The science…"
Nov 5, 2011
James Nelson Smith replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"This is an interesting question, does the inclusion of one steampunkish element alone make a movie steampunk?"
Nov 5, 2011
The Artificer replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"65-69"
Nov 3, 2011
Lady Beatrix Kittywick McCormick replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"I'll submit the movie Metropolis for you.  It's an old German silent movie about the evils of the industrial revolution.  While it  isn't technically Steampunk it is a lovely film with lots of steamy machinery.  I…"
Nov 3, 2011
Lady Beatrix Kittywick McCormick replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Ninety nine percent of the time books far surpass their movie adaptations.  I nearly always read the book before seeing the movie, and I've learned to view the movie as a separate entity entirely.  In doing so, I usually enjoy both…"
Nov 3, 2011
Prof. C. B. "Beau" Diggs replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Mr. Smith, In the first place, the film League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is more diesel than steam.  Never having read the books, I would not know about them. In the second place, I am reminded of the film A Knight's Tale…"
Nov 3, 2011
James Nelson Smith replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"I personally think League of Extraordinary Gentleman was one of the worst adaptations I've ever seen.  The books by Alan Moore were fantastic.  That movie completely missed the point and wasted some great talent.  Hollywood…"
Nov 3, 2011
Prof. C. B. "Beau" Diggs replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Being a bit of a Wild Weird West type myself I give you the recent Cowboys and Aliens."
Oct 21, 2011
Prof. C. B. "Beau" Diggs replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Magic was believed in during Victorian times much more so then today.  So were fairies and elves and such."
Oct 21, 2011
Prof. C. B. "Beau" Diggs replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"Salma Hayek in a dress...in jeans...anything!"
Oct 21, 2011
James Murphy replied to Kate V. Snarker's discussion Suggestions?: Terrible AND Amazing Steampunk Films
"You mean re-remaking it? It was originally a series back in the seventies, maybe the eighties."
Oct 21, 2011
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I run a blog about period films: http://snarkyvictorian.blogspot.com/

I'm a fan of anything with a Victorian spirit or influence.

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