Cyberpunk is dead, they say. Tell that to the Sentinels stacked like cordwood in the PIT.
Check this out. Short film. Looks awesome.
The Speculative Fiction Cantina
Super excited to talk sci-fi, cyberpunk, books, and new projects with S. Evan Townsend on the Speculative Fiction Cantina, January 9th.
If you’re on Twitter, check him out. He’ll keep you in the loop re: new sci-fi and fantasy books, and content.
colormetropolis said: which one you like the most ? Movie: ghost in the shell movie,or blade runner? book : neuromancer or snow crash
Definitely Neuromancer. (Although I think Mona Lisa Overdrive is the strongest in the trilogy…and I love Molly.)
Ghost in the Shell is a hugely important work of art and had a massive impact on me.,. That being said, when I was a little guy, I wanted to be Indiana Jones…In those days, I had to exhaust every possible Harrison Ford resource to get more ‘Indy’, so I rented pretty much every flick he was in from the store. When I finally came upon Blade Runner, there was no going back. I was transformed. Here was my idol, beleaguered with questions about morality, humanity, and divinity, in a super-cool, cybernoir world. He was less certain of himself, and he seemed less heroic (certainly less heroic than the man who threw a wrench into Hitler’s occult initiative). It startled my narrow-little worldview and my sense of the hero as infallible. GitS may be one of the most beautiful movies I’ve seen (although Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away are pretty fucking spectacular), but this round goes to BR.
Short answer: Neuromancer & Blade Runner.
Oh, also, Philip K Dick is in my top-5 re: favourite authors…so I’m especially biased.
this is fucking beautiful
Babiru Kid 02 by Duster123