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The third and final short film, which is available on Crunchyroll, sets the stage for the upcoming Blade Runner 2049 movie is out and already has the cyberpunk community buzzing. Done as an anime by director Shinichiro Watanabe, the legendary director of Cowboy Bebop, this fun jaunt used stunning visuals that invoke the Animatrix: Second […]

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2036: Nexus Dawn is a short film by Luke Scott (who directed Morgan) for Denis Villeneuve and provides auxiliary context for the sequel to one of the best cyberpunk movies of all time, Blade Runner. It focuses around Jared Leto’s character, Niander Wallace, and his creation of new replicants, the Nexus 9 series. 2036: Nexus Dawn […]

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In the last year, the Ghost in the Shell live-action adaptation has been controversial within the cyberpunk community. Concerns have mounted over whitewashing, Hollywoodification of a timeless property, and whether or not this version of Ghost in the Shell has a modicum of a chance of living up to any one of the previous iterations. […]

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Following the successes of Anime in their catalog (whether or not they are actually originals), Netflix has released a trailer for what is a beloved manga, BLAME! I will admit I have not read this series yet but have heard of it and it’s been on the backlog of things to catch up on. Mr. […]

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What do you believe about nuclear disarmament? Do you believe there are ethical imperatives? Tyler Haynes directs and stars in AFK_, a short film that tries to answer those questions within a cyberpunk construct. While this short is on the longer side at fifteen minutes, there’s quite a bit punch packed in. Long shots of […]

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Proof of concepts can sometimes be the most intriguing shorts, because we know that they are merely an example of potential. David Karlak sold his action/sci-fi concept Rise to Warner Bros. in 2011 and created this short to show what could be done. It stars well known actors such as Anton Yelchin of Star Trek […]

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In the world of independent labels and almost never ending amount of music that is available, it’s generally hard for me to keep up and actually sit down and listen to any album in its entirety. When I got a chance to pick up Last One Standing, the latest album from Untitled Project of Maks_SF […]

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Rarely am I the one to promote a graphic novel or any type of reading media given the huge lack of time I have for consuming entertainment in that form. But being a long time fan of graphic novels/mangas, Metal Made Flesh caught my eye. Apparently I wasn’t alone either. While I haven’t read the […]

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Netflix has ordered a new series based on a dystopian pilot that was posted in three parts in 2011, entitled Three Porcento (Three Percent), based on the plot where people are given a chance to raise their social standing from deep poverty to a more decadent lifestyle.  Only three percent of them ever make it.  The […]

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