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First Teaser for Season 3 of Amazon Studios' 'The Man In The High Castle'

As always, San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) is the place to be in order to see trailers and special sneak peeks of upcoming series, like this one released today for Amazon Studios' The Man in the High Castle. can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: The Man In The High Castle – Season 3 Teaser | Prime Video […]

Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival

Technology with a Soul: The 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival

The 6th annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival is right around the corner, and the event's list of featured films, series and guests is incredibly impressive. Set to begin on February 23rd and run 'til the 25th, there will be screenings in the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens, NY. The Philip K. Dick […]

Ridley Scott Says There Is Another 'Blade Runner' Story To Be Told

Anytime Sir Ridley Scott gives an interview, it seems to be peppered with nuggets of perplexing gold.  There was the Alien should be bigger than Star Wars and Star Trek line, the "I'm too dangerous for Star Wars" why he wouldn't direct one line, and the "Blade Runner 2049 didn't do well because it was too f***ing long" line. In another chat with […]

Amazon Sets Rose Parade, Philip K. Dick, and Doctor Who for January 2018

Not to be outdone, Amazon reminded viewers that there are more than just two streaming service giants and showed that they're ready to hit the ground running in 2018 with a strong lineup of films, series, documentaries, and more. From Cord Hosenbeck (Will Ferrell) and Tish Cattigan (Molly Shannon) finally achieving their dream of covering the […]

Electric Dreams

Amazon Releases Trailer For Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams

Amazon unveiled the first trailer for their new series Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams. It's an anthology series based on the work of the prolific science fiction author whose work includes Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, the novel that would become Blade Runner. The anthology series will be 10-episodes and features an all-star cast […]

Ronald D. Moore

Ron D. Moore On Why Replicators are the WORST, and Other Words of Wisdom

Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to sit down for a one on one interview with Ron D. Moore. You may recognize that name from his Star Trek days, or perhaps his reimagining of Battlestar Galactica, maybe STARZ's hit series Outlander, or even the upcoming Philip K. Dick anthology series for Amazon. No stranger to conventions, interviews, and […]

'Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams' Trailer Highlights Sci-Fi Anthology Series

Looks like 2017 is shaping-up to be a pretty good year for late author Philip K. Dick: Blade Runner 2049 will bring attention back to the original Blade Runner's literary source material, Dick's Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?; and Amazon's hugely successful adaptation of The Man in the High Castle was recently renewed for […]

Happy 35th Birthday To Blade Runner

One of the most celebrated years of film releases in the history of cinema, 1982 has probably the best spread of science fiction and genre releases ever.  We had Mad Max: The Road Warrior, Conan: The Barbarian, Poltergeist, Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan, E.T., The Thing, Megaforce, Tron, The Secret of NIHM, The Beast Master, Pink Floyd: The Wall, The Last Unicorn, The Dark Crystal, and the […]

Terrence Howard And Anna Paquin Join Amazon's Other Philip K Dick Series

Ronald D. Moore, the man behind the successful relaunch of beloved science fiction tv series Battlestar Galactica, is at it again with groundbreaking episodic scifi.  Sure, he's got his sporran full right now with STARZ's Outlander, but the next big thing on his dradis just happens to be an anthology series for Amazon based on the works […]

The Man In The High Castle Season 2 Trailer — Interrogation can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: The Man in the High Castle Season 2 – Julianna's Interrogation | Prime Video ( Philip K. Dick's 1962 book turned Emmy Award winning series from Amazon will debut its second season on December 16, with this trailer hitting NYCC this afternoon. The Man in the High […]

SDCC '15: Boom Announces Omnibus For 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?'

More exciting news coming from BOOM! Studios with their #10 announcement! They're teaming up with Electric Shepherd Productions to collect the entire 24-issue Eisner Award-nominated comic adaptation of Philip K. Dick's groundbreaking science-fiction novel Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? into a complete softcover omnibus for the first time. The comic series, as realized by artist Tony […]

Cyberpunk's Influence On Brian Wood's Channel Zero And The Couriers

By Bart Bishop Graphic novelist Brian Wood's Channel Zero (2000) and The Couriers (2003) fuse baroque sequential art with misanthropic prose. Wood's surface influences of "punk rock" and cyberpunk are demonstrated in his aesthetic choices, utilizing the zine methodologies of early "underground" comic books and punk magazines and taking clear visual inspiration from the works […]

Four-Color Roots Part 1: The Toyetic Age (1985-1989)

By Christopher Smith In the first installment of this ongoing column series, Christopher Smith takes us on a tour through his own back pages as a comics fan, going down unexpected dark alleys and diversions. Focusing only on the comics and pop-cultural touchstones he experienced at the time, he reconsiders their influence and impact from […]

Look! It Moves!: Tuning Into Radio Free Albemuth by Adi Tantimedh

Radio Free Albemuth is a terrific movie, a personal project and a labour of love, the type of quirky indie movie they used to make in the 1990s. Next to Richard Linklater's adaptation of A Scanner Darky, it is the only other truly faithful adaptation of a Philip K. Dick novel, since the likes of […]

Total Recall – The Bleeding Cool Review

For a guy who spent more time thinking up offbeat, brain-teasing plots than he did describing the scenery, Philip K Dick certainly has spawned a coherent visual aesthetic.Visually, Total Recall (2012 edition) is in very much the same world as Blade Runner and Minority Report In fact, by taking us to both the rain-soaked, polygot[...]