Author Dave Addey may just well be a genius. His fascinating blog "Typeset of the Future" dives deep into the fonts and graphics used by science fiction films. The level of obsessive analysis and attention to detail are nothing short of amazing.
So far, he's examined Moon, Alien, Blade Runner, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. His blog reports that next year he'll be publishing a book with even more analyses.
As but one example of his OCD focus on the minutiae of film, Addey created a video to try and understand the resolution and enlargement numbers in the famous sequence in Blade Runner in which Harrison Ford uses a machine in his apartment to zoom in on a photograph to look for clues.