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Alien: Covenant Shows the Cyberpunk Side of the Alien Franchise

I was cautiously optimistic walking into Alien: Covenant. Prometheus was no masterpiece by any stretch, and following Aliens the franchise hasn’t really lived up to its potential. Don’t ge...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 5/12/2017

Cyberpunk news for the week includes a visit from a spy, a nosy pizza shop, and a retired killer (Hail Hydra). Let’s get to the news. Cyberpunk Reality Nixon’s Shadow: Stupidity, Lies, and...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 5/6/2017

There is a whole host of news relating to cyberpunk movies this week, some have officially died and some have moved forward, some have been resurrected. Reality, as always it seems, has ignored the wa...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 4/28/2017

News this week brings us a dissection of a classic from the creator himself, internet prices may go up while coverage drops, Fancy Bear gets interested in European elections, but we can watch a baby x...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 4/21/17

Megacorporations walk us into our dystopian future, while governments continue oppressive trends and the line between Black Hat and White Hat hackers have never been blurrier, this week in cyberpunk. ...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 3/10/17

This week in cyberpunk we see a sustained attack on the internet, consumer privacy, but some light in that the internet is being slowly brought to Africa. Ghost in the Shell and Alien‘s promotio...

Alien: Covenant, The Last Supper Prologue

Alien: Covenant is Ridley Scott’s newest addition to the Alien franchise. The film acts as a sequel to Prometheus, which hailed Scott’s return to the franchise and explored the mysterious ...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 12/30/16

It is the final week of 2016. The world is more cyberpunk than ever, and we can be sure that 2017 will bring more of the same. In these final days of the year, cyberpunk is visible in both the news an...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 12/23/2016

The state of cyberpunk this Friday brings us an undeniable link between private intelligence and government policing, a respectful view of one of cinema’s greatest feats, and the return of an An...