If you're hungry for some some retro science fiction with a modern take. I recommend the Anthology series "Old Mars" and its companion volume "Old Venus". With writers like SM Stirling, Michael Moorcock, and good ol' GRR Martin himself as the editor. Both are good but personally I like 'Old Venus' slightly better.
I’ve read it and I love it, and I’ll pass along your recommendation. The most interesting story in there to me is “Tomb of the Martian Kings” by Mike Resnick. What’s interesting is that Resnick was always this old-school guy, so him being published in a retro anthology like this is hilarious; he never stopped doing the “good old stuff.” He never changed, science fiction just changed around him. It’s no surprise to me that the consensus is that this was the standout story in the book; this is Resnick’s bread and butter so he approaches this without irony or a “tee-hee-hee.”
One of the most amusing coincidences in the history of science fiction is that scifi writers used to guess that Mars looked like Arizona, long before we reached that planet and confirmed that it did.
The stories here were wonderful, but I’m often not sure what to make of collections like this. I’ve always felt that it’s a bad idea to try to remake the science fiction of the past, because it means not speaking in our own voices or being state of the art. Same thing with directors who try to recreate film noir; noir was such a product of its specific culture moment that there’s an element of inauthenticity to attempting to recreate it. A “modern day noir” is a contradiction in terms.