A pretty good dystopian sci-fi flick that wears its influences on its sleeve but fails to ask the big questions its predecessors did. And I guess that’s ok.
The series is due out in September on Netflix and, I mean just look at it.
The series is in development at AMC Networks and Matt Frewer is set to reprise the role.
There could be hope for the Terminator franchise. Or there could not be. It’s anyone’s guess really.
US transmedia company Voltaku will bring the vibrant and violent dystopian world to life on screen using Epic’s Unreal Engine.
The anime adaptation is being handled by legendary Japanese studio Sunrise.
It’s being developed by Netflix with animation duties being handled by Ghost in the Shell Studio, Production I.G.
The fan made trailer makes the movie look like a good dystopian film that we all know it isn’t.
The series will follow a young Dick Jones, the morally reprehensible Senior Vice President of Omni Consumer Products.
The latest entry in the Ghost in the Shell series will be featuring a decidedly CG animation style that actually looks really amazing.
The Origins of Cyberpunk talks about the history of the genre and how it came into being and it’s surge in popularity in the 1980’s
Blood Machines looks like a crazy cyberpunk space opera with a cool cyber-80s aesthetic we can get behind
The first Terminator: Dark Fate trailer shows some new terminator models and a very badass Sarah Connor literally blasting her way back into the franchise.
There are several vehicles that are of paricular interest to readers of this blog.
Blade Runner: Black Lotus, a collaboration between Adult Swim and Crunchyroll, will be directed by Ghost in the Shell, Appleseed, and Cowboy Bebop veterans.
The upcoming Detective Pikachu film takes place in a very interesting looking location. It’s a place I want to move to right now and live in for the rest of my life.
The official Terminator Twitter just gave us our first look into some of the characters from the upcoming film to be released in 2019 and it includes a pretty notable person.
Anon, a cyberpunk thriller directed by Andrew Niccol, in which online privacy and anonymity is against the law, seems like it could pretty much take place now, in reality. This will likely make the film hit close to home in ways few future-dystopian films have.