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Innerspace Gets Trailers From Hell Treatment From Max Landis

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I’m not going to lie to you guys. It has been many a year since I sat through the 1987 sci-fi adventure/comedy Innerspace, and while I didn’t think the movie was amazing or anything when I saw it as a kid, it made me laugh and gave me a lot to consider as far as science went. I probably had some terrible dreams accompanying the viewing. And anyway, that was years before I realized the entire idea was seemingly ripped off of Richard Fleischer’s superior 1966 film Fantastic Voyage. But I still haven’t forgotten about the movie, and I can only assume it isn’t because a tiny Dennis Quaid is inside me, fighting to keep the memory alive.

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Director Adam Rifkin Riffs On The Terminator In Trailers From Hell

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The web series Trailers From Hell features directors talking about their favorite movie trailers. In the latest entry in the series, director Adam Rifkin (Welcome to Hollywood, Detroit Rock City) talks about James Cameron’s 1984 film, The Terminator, and how the movie showed him a different side of the city of Los Angeles after he moved there from Chicago. Check out the video…