Month: October 2016

Cyberpunk Horror: A List of Man and Machine Terrors

Cyberpunk, as an intersection of man and machine, can take abstract forms, digging deep to force nightmares to the surface. Some from the west, a few gems from Japan–there are just a handful of cyberp...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 10/28/2016

This past week in cyberpunk we witnessed conglomerates and police getting a little too well connected, a coded justice, and a Jester who isn’t laughing. Let’s get to the news. Cyberpunk Re...

Black Mirror Shows There’s No Hiding Who You Are

Happy National Cyber Security Awareness Month! I’m late, I know, but I didn’t know this was a thing. Apparently it has been a thing for every October since 2004. But it shouldn’t tak...

The Industrial Noises and Futuristic Minds of Front Line Assembly

For over three decades, the legendary Front Line Assembly has built its timeless music legacy with powerful, challenging sounds on themes such as futurism, transhumanism, and robotics, as well as cybe...

Black Mirror Playtests Millennial Maturity

Video games–if you’re one of our regular readers chances are you’re also a fairly consistent gamer. Though, technically, nearly everyone falls into that category now. Thanks to the boost i...

Westworld And a Bit of Cognitive Dissonance

Westworld gets a little confused about which direction it’s going, if there are things we’re ready to see or if we should stumble in the darkness of machines’ minds. Men cross over f...

Black Mirror Nosedives Into Social Media Anxiety

I’ve quit Facebook. In a different reality that wouldn’t be worthy of an opening sentence in any article, but since leaving not a day has passed without someone messaging me to ask what cr...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 10/21/16

The Internet comes under massive attack, the US Government declares the future dystopian, and cyberpunk media continues to help paint this possible future, this week in cyberpunk. Cyberpunk Reality Ec...

Westworld Strays From the Path

Time goes fluid this week on Westworld, giving things a bit more clarity while introducing a whole new set of mysteries. Just remember, these hosts are not real. They’re not real. Westworld: ...