Tag: Philip K. Dick

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Stuff We Love: Fold your own Blade Runner origami unicorn

Bringing your geek loves into your everyday life can be expensive, if your tastes run toward a full-sized Terminator; impractical, if your tastes run toward a full-sized LEGO X-Wing; or impossible, if your tastes run toward a working TARDIS.

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Minority Report comes to Fox in first look at new sci-fi cop series

A look at things to come in the upcoming TV show Minority Report.

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‘Total Recall’ Trailer Is a Thinking Person’s Action-Fest

The new trailer for Total Recall is out, giving us new footage, new action, and a glimpse at the infamous three-breasted prostitute from the 1990 version. For fans of author Philip K. Dick, action films, and um, prostitutes, this is the trailer for you.

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‘Blade Runner’ Sequel May Bring Back the Old Magic with Original Screenwriter Hampton Fancher

For its many fans, Blade Runner is sacrosanct among science fiction films. When news of a sequel first surfaced, many of us screamed internally, “Do not mess with our holy text!” When Scott’s name was attached, our nerd rage was soothed. But if the latest rumor is true, our former nerd rage energy will be converted to nerd glee: Scott may be teaming up with the original screenwriter of Blade Runner, Hampton Fancher.

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3 Reasons Why the ‘Total Recall’ Trailer Looks Awesome (and 2 Why It Doesn’t)

The trailer for the upcoming Recall is out, and it ticks many of the boxes that add up to a must-see movie. It has an intriguing premise. It has a character I’m interested in. It captures the look of Blade Runner without copying it. (And yes, “Reminds me of Blade Runner” is something I look […]

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The Trailer for the ‘Total Recall’ Trailer

Not too long ago, we saw a trailer for an upcoming trailer of Prometheus. I was hoping that a release of 20 seconds worth of footage, interspersed by 10 seconds of multiple titles, was a limited phenomenon. But no, it’s back, this time with the upcoming movie, Total Recall.

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