Writing’s a funny old game. It can make heroes and villains of those who do it, and the same writer can simultaneously be seen as one or the other by different people. Damon Lindelof must surely be aware of this. After finishing Lost on one of the most widely contentious end notes since The Sopranos, he only went and re-wrote a prequel to Alien, one of the most beloved sci-fi/horror films of all time.
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