Three decades ago, Highlander — a period-drama sci-fi actioner full of swords, sex and seriously dodgy accents — made its big-screen debut. It made a (temporary) star out of Christophe Lambert, made famous the phrase "there can be only one," and in Sean Connery's exquisitely named immortal, Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez, featured the most Scottish-sounding Ancient Egyptian conquistador of all time.
Check out the trailer for a dose of nostalgic feels and further proof that the '80s was the decade for trailer-voice-over man:
Here's what the cast looks like three decades later.
Connor 'The Highlander' MacLeod/Russell Edwin Nash — Christopher Lambert
"I am Connor MacLeod of the Clan MacLeod. I was born in 1518 in the village of Glenfinnan on the shores of Loch Shiel. And I am immortal."
Brenda J. Wyatt — Roxanne Hart
Connor MacLeod: I've been alive for four and a half centuries, and I cannot die.
Brenda: Well, everyone has got their problems.
Victor Kruger/The Kurgan — Clancy Brown
"I have something to say! It's better to burn out than to fade away!"
Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez — Sean Connery
"I am Juan Sánchez Villalobos Ramírez, Chief metallurgist to King Charles V of Spain. And I'm at your service."
Heather MacLeod — Beatie Edney
[after having just had sex with Connor] "You can do that to me forever if you like, my lord."