Authored "Ghostwalking the Titanic" article in National Geographic magazine.
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[on where the creatures in Aliens
(1986) came from] I have Ripley specifically telling a member of the inquiry board, "I already told you, it was not indigenous, it was a derelict spacecraft, an alien ship, it was not from there." That seems clear enough. Don't ask me where it was from... there are some things man was not meant to know. Presumably, the derelict pilot (space jockey, big dental ...
Since 1984, all of his films' titles have begin with either the letters 'T' or 'A'. Or, in the case of The Abyss
(1989), both (depending on whether you want to classify the film as "The Abyss" or "Abyss, The").
Often includes sequences in which a video monitor is the perspective of the camera. For example, the T-800's viewpoint in infrared in The Terminator
(1984) and Terminator 2
(1991), the video log in Avatar
(2009), the helmet cameras in Aliens
(1986), Little Geek exploring the submarine in The Abyss
(1989), television newscasts in The Abyss
(1989), the surveilance cameras in True Lies
(1994), the ...