cyberpunk

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...

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Scandroid: Sound of the Cyberpunk Streets

Scandroid invokes a level of cyberpunk that few other musicals projects have. As you are drawn into the engrossing music, you envision walking the streets flanked with neon signs, and AI lurking in ev...

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Neon Dystopia is Hiring!

  APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED Thank you to all who applied, shared, or otherwise showed an interest.  We’ve had applications from some incredible people and the team will be growi...

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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City@Night 004 – Evan Joseph

This week we bring you the city photography of Evan Joseph, a distinguished photographer based in New York that focuses on architecture, interiors, and (most importantly) cities. Check out Evan’...

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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...

Empty Zone

Empty Zone Kickstarter Nearing End

Jason Shawn Alexander can draw.  Not just that, though; he can also write stories.  He can probably do other stuff, too, but those two allow him to create one mean comic book. Say “h3110” ...

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Collection: A Short Story

Adam Shurte has previously been featured with some rather cool and calm photos in our City@Night 001.  Now, we bring you a piece of his fiction! Collection follows Jorvis as he wakes up in that famili...

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What’s the time, Mr. Anderson?: The Division Furtive

I. Want. One. Every time I look at it, it’s all I seem to think about. This incredibly stylish watch is called the Division Furtive Type 50.  There are two versions currently available—the most ...