Month: July 2017

Journey OFFWORLD with Celldweller

“A new life awaits you in the Off-world colonies! A chance to begin again in a golden land of opportunity and adventure!” Take time away from all the ways that we inch closer to a cyberpunk dystopia w...

Altered Carbon: Technology, Morals & Humanity

Altered Carbon hit the shelves in 2002, the first published work by Richard K. Morgan. Making a solid impression as it did so, the book won the 2003 Philip K. Dick award for its US edition. Shortly af...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 7/21/2017

Cyberpunk news for the week brings us an encroaching police state that falsifies evidence, removes privacy protections, and robs you. On the bright side, we’re giving a front seat to the future ...

Cyberpunk Music Dossier – July 2017

It’s hot. Too hot. Close to the skin, slick sheen of summer sweat hot. The kind of hot that demands an escape from the city, somewhere there’s a cool breeze and a drink with ice in it. If that happens...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 7/17/2017

First, I’d like to apologize for the late arrival of Last Week in Cyberpunk this week. Technical issues in the form of a tumultuous transition to a new computer setup left me running far behind,...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 7/7/2017

This last week in cyberpunk we got a much-needed wake-up call from a reporter being fed fake docs, wondered just how much sunlight we’re getting, and heard the first sounds of a legend going bac...

Southland Tales, the Greatest Cult Film You’ve Probably Never Heard of

Things haven’t been easy for Richard Kelly. It can be argued today that Donnie Darko is one of the best, and perhaps the first, cult classic of the 21st century. That came after being dismissed ...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 7/1/2017

Reality can be harsh, and the reality is that cyber-freedoms are in more danger than ever, but there is still light at the end of the tunnel as long as we continue to fight. The media that we enjoy, i...