Recent posts tagged dystopia


Blade Runner 2049

A blueprint for how to do the impossible -- namely, follow up a classic: give it to another artist of vision and stand back.


Strange Days

Twenty years on, James Cameron's (and Kathryn Bigelow's) millennial cyberpunk masterwork still packs the kinds of wallops mainstream filmmaking has retreated from in near-panic


There's A Hell Of A Bad Universe Next Door, Let's Go Dept.

"The most shocking dystopian novel is the first one you read..."


Fail Upwards Dept.

We need dystopia to know how things can fall apart.


Royale Hunger Dept.

How dystopia is just our way of saying "if you seek a monument..."


Kallocain (Karin Boye)

There have traditionally been three great or at the very least formative dystopian novels of the 20th century: Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, George Orwell’s 1984 and Evgeny Zamyatin’s We. The first two are almost stereotypically familiar; in my case...

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