Movies & Anime

Review: 12 Monkeys – “Pilot”

Disclaimer I: Spoilers are in this review. Read at your own risk. Disclaimer II: If you’re going to watch 12 Monkeys (2015) you need to forget about 12 Monkeys (1995). Nothing in one truly connects to...

Brazil – The Cyberpunk Christmas Movie

Brazil is a cyberpunk Christmas movie if there ever was one. The movie is born out of the same social anxiety that the cyberpunk movement was. There is an unfortunate lack of dystopian Christmas stori...

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Get Up-To-Date With The Deus Ex Franchise

With news about the new Deus Ex: Universe starting to pick up and the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution team at Eidos-Montreal now working on the next game, it seems a good time to get everyone up-to...

Nemesis Movie Franchise Review

If you haven’t seen a Nemesis movie, let me get you up to speed and share with you my thoughts on the franchise. The Nemesis franchise is made up 4 movies: Nemesis, Nemesis 2: Nebula, Nemesis 3:...

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CyberFlunk? Why Almost Human Failed

SPOILER ALERT: There is some information in this post that could be classed as a spoiler. When I watched the announce trailer for Almost Human I sat awed by the prospect of a truly cyberpunk live-acti...

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Ridley Scott Not Directing Blade Runner Sequel

Well, it’s official… or should I say ‘as official as anything gets in Hollywood’; Ridley Scott will not be directing the Blade Runner sequel! Variety reported this along with s...

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The Unstoppable Courier: SYNC

SYNC is on the edges of cyberpunk as a genre.  It’s got hacking, advanced technology, mega-corporations, gunplay, and a motorbike speeding down a highway.  Due to its nature as a short film, unf...

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Psycho-Pass: Cyberpunk Anime

Psycho-Pass is a compelling anime series that premiered in October 2012. It was the creative result of Production I.G. trying to come up with a successor to their beloved Ghost in the Shell franchise....

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“You flew the Gullfire over Leningrad…”

Observations about a recurring motif in Cyberpunk media “You flew the Gullfire over Leningrad, didn’t you?”; part of the dialogue delivered by Police Commissioner Bob Hauk in 1981...