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New Web Site Launched! – Making Of Saturn 3

October 25, 2012

The Most Comprehensive Article Yet On The Making Of The 1980 Sci-Fi Thriller!

I had been putting together an extended post about the behind the scenes debacle which culminated in the 1980 sci-fi movie Saturn 3 and had planned to post the article on this blog, but having spent weeks researching it (research based on magazine articles from the day and various other sources) it has blown out to a whopping 40+ pages (!) – so I’ve decided to dedicate another site entirely to this much maligned and derided, but fascinating production.

There has been so much speculation and false information about this troubled movie on the web – that I’ve taken it upon myself to delve into it ‘archaeologically’ and will hopefully provide the first truly comprehensive re-telling of exactly what went wrong.

(to the best of my current knowledge)

My aim with this sister site is to not only offer a place for fans to gather and hang out  – but to also provide a serious forum for anyone who can offer verifiable information on the making of the film – and hopefully attract insight from people who actually worked on it.

(well, that’s the idea anyway)

Consider it an exercise in ‘cinematic archaeology’ – if you like.

So please, do take a look and if you do have any comments or suggestions or would like to contribute factual and accurate information (from reliable sources) with regard to Saturn 3, feel free to drop me an email at the address listed on the site.

The site can be found at:



Greg Moss is a film school graduate with a background in directing music videos and is currently seeking representation as a screenwriter. He likes right-brained people, feeding the cat and watching genre movies.

  1. Thanks for the comment on my blog-review of Saturn 3. I just read your ‘Making of Saturn 3’ and it is a fascinating read. Well researched and covering all the major mysteries about the Saturn 3 production, it gives a great overview of the production and its problems and would make a great text and image special feature for a re-release of the film. 🙂


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