Dark Star

Dark Star

Director: John Carpenter Cast: Brian Narelle, Andreijah Pahich, Carl Duniholm


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/26/2010
UPC: 0089859855023
Original Release: 1974
Rating: G
Source: Vci Video
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:23:00
Sales rank: 28,396

Special Features

Let There Be Light: The Odyssey of "Dark Star"; An all new, feature-length documetnary exploring the controversial making of the John Carpenter (Halloween) and Dan O'Bannon (Alien) student film; ; Includes exclusive interviews with Actor Brian Narelle, Cinematographer Doug Knapp, Art Director Tommy Lee Wallace, Visual Effects artist Greg Jein, Voice artist Cookie Knapp, Film Director Jack Harris, Diane O'Bannon, USC Alumi/Director Jeff Burr, as well as Archival Interviews with John Carpenter ; ; Plus the final Interview with Dan O'Banna, Directed by Danil Griffith 2010; ; Interview with Sci-Fi Author Alan Dean Foster; Interview with Brian Narelle - "Lt. Dootlittle"; 3D Guide to the Dark Star Ship; Full-Length Audio Commentary by 'super-fan' Andrew Gilchrist; Written Intro by Dan O'Bannan; Trivia; Both Versions of the Film; Original Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brian Narelle Doolittle
Andreijah Pahich Talby
Carl Duniholm Actor
Dan O'Bannon Pinback
Joe Saunders Powell
Miles Watkins Mission Control
Pahici-Cal Kunholme Actor

Technical Credits
John Carpenter Director,Score Composer,Executive Producer,Original Story,Screenwriter
Ron Cobb Special Effects
Bob Greenberg Special Effects
Jack H. Harris Executive Producer
Gregory Jein Special Effects
J. Stein Kaplan Associate Producer,Asst. Director
Nina Kleinberg Sound/Sound Designer
Douglas H. Knapp Cinematographer
Dan O'Bannon Editor,Original Story,Production Designer,Screenwriter,Set Decoration/Design,Special Effects
Bill Taylor Special Effects
Harry Walton Special Effects
John Wash Special Effects

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dark Star - Hyperactive Edition
1. Earth''s Communication [2:00]
2. Bomb Run [7:33]
3. Title Sequences [2:23]
4. Dark Star Log [1:12]
5. Extra Scenes from 1974 Release [9:45]
6. Solitude of the Dome [3:20]
7. Too Much Leisure [1:59]
8. Lunch Time Antics [3:14]
9. Pinback Gets The Shaft [17:08]
10. Table Talk [3:20]
11. Malfunction [1:56]
12. Dear Diary [3:34]
13. Lets Vaporize It [2:41]
14. Emergency Airlock [3:36]
15. Drop Sequence [2:44]
16. Talking With Cammander Powell [4:26]
17. Destruction Sequence [5:34]
18. Let There Be Light [5:38]
Disc #2 -- Dark Star - Hyperactive Edition: Original Movie Cut/Let There Be Light Documentary
1. Main Title (Play All) [2:30]
2. Cinematic Journeyman [2:54]
3. Reality Ends Here [5:14]
4. Those Who Came Before [:58]
5. A Family Of Strangers [6:29]
6. A Lesson Learned [4:35]
7. And So It Is Written [5:07]
8. Flesh Recruits [4:07]
9. In The Beginning [2:18]
10. Conception To Contraption [2:31]
11. Truck Drivers In Space [9:43]
12. The Minimalist Approach [6:03]
13. Light Years Behind Schedule [3:01]
14. Subverting The System [3:31]
15. Journey Into The Unknown [5:37]
16. A Change Of Command [4:10]
17. Making Contact [4:16]
18. Up The Shaft [4:07]
19. Phantom of the Dark Star [2:23]
20. Dissension In The Ranks [3:17]
21. Blowing Up The Dark Star [2:32]
22. Cowboys Of The Stars [6:08]
23. Launching The Dark Star [7:40]
24. Going Supernova [4:18]
25. The Next Frontier [3:14]
26. Dark Star Rising [9:41]

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Dark Star 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AlchemystAZ More than 1 year ago
I didn't find it a mere satire of 2001, but having a life of its own. There is no Space Child and weird after-discussions of giggling aliens heard off camera, wrinkled astronaut eating formal dinner in a French bedroom,,, We all know that actually showing any alien is laughable--it's either CGI or a guy in a rubber suit. Weather balloon will do. As with DOCTOR STRANGELOVE, we see how close WE are to having OUR rideable robotic H-bombs get into a nasty argument with US. One can try to make a parallel list of scenes with this and 2001, but that would be a waste of time. Let the characters talk and act, even when they are literally frozen. Icy Fun!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first saw this movie while serving in the US Navy in Japan. As we were forward deployed we would be out at sea for over a month at a time and away form port for 3 month (followed by a 2-3 weeks replenishment and then back out to sea). I, and the crew, sat there one night and watched our lives being played out in this movie. While to many this is a funnny, yet dark, movie, to me it is what people go through who are trapped in a situation that isolates them from life. Was Mr. Carpenter having fun with 2001? I think it is in there. I see it more as the struggles of person against person not man against machine. he is showing that as a person is more isloated form life that the inner person comes out - and sometimes that inner child/person needs some help. This movie is about doing your duty and still getting the short end of the deal. Do I know Mr. Carpenter? No, i have never met him. However, I have a cousin who went to school with him.