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The new Terminator movie claimed to be the true successor to Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day. So much so that even James Cameron said it was the real third film. I’m not sure that the film lived up to such praise. What it did do is update a film about our anxieties relating to […]

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If you’re reading this without IP maskers, free from the fear that your online interactions are being monitored, though I wouldn’t recommend you be so bold to assume such privacy is awarded to you, chances are your living in a capitalist country. It’s pretty great. We’ve got stuff, loads of stuff, so much stuff that […]

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In the proof-of-concept video Speedhack, you have the chance to check the work of Dylan J. Nathan, a British architecter who has been in a long journey through electronic music, CGI and VFX. In order to present his project of a science fiction trilogy named EXTROPY, Nathan designed a short clip that stresses his skills and […]

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Part 1 – Pattern Recognition Foreword I wrote this guide sometime in 2012, just before it seems everyone suddenly realized we were living in a previously obscure, very concerning subset of science fiction originating in the 1980s. As I was about 19 when I wrote this, it’s very concerned with trying to develop a taxonomy […]

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[Spoilers ahead. You’ve been warned.] Season 3 Summary Mrs. S handed Helena over to Paul in order to keep the US government away from the sisters. Not liking her twin taken, and now knowing that Castor clones exist, Sara’s investigations land her in the grips of Mark and his brother Rudy, but only after learning […]

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Cyberbunk PArty
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I have often thought of Shadowrun as the gateway drug to cyberpunk. If only I had nuyen for every person I coerced into playing Shadowrun as futuristic D&D, then dropped them into a hardcore cyberpunk adventure. Sure dragons, elves, and magic might show up but mostly as set dressings to entertain my fantasy-enthralled friends. Cyberbunk, […]

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Music incorporating cyberpunk themes is fairly common across a variety of genres, but until now, I had yet to come across music that’s about the artist’s relationship with the genre. It’s not unusual for artists to cast themselves as cyberpunks or to produce albums with cyberpunk concepts, but it’s much rarer for an artist to think about […]

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kung fury
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Kung Fury is really a love note to 80s action movies. Much of the cyberpunk ascetic comes from this period and is well represented here. Kung Fury really only has cyberpunk elements for the record. Most people who enjoy cyberpunk will find something here to enjoy however. There is a Tron homage in the beginning, […]

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I took a long time to finally watch to Alex Garland’s debut film Ex Machina (2015), but when I was finally able to see it, I had so much high hopes that I ended up being a little bit disappointed. However, after a good sleep, I understood that the movie was better than I thought […]

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