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Saturday Matinee: A Scanner Darkly

A Scanner Darkly By Brian Eggert Source: Deep Focus Review Based on the acclaimed novel by Philip K. Dick, Richard Linklater’s 2006 film of A Scanner Darkly presents a cautionary tale on drugs, surveillance, and perception in a unique formal arrangement. Set … Continue reading

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Welcome to Philip K. Dick’s dystopia

Nothing is private and no one is free By David Samuels Source: UnHerd Philip K. Dick, whose novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? inspired the film Blade Runner, did not live to enjoy his Hollywood success. He died on March 2, 1982, … Continue reading

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“Radio Free Albemuth” Gets June 27 Theatrical Release

“Radio Free Albemuth” happens to be my favorite Philip K. Dick novel, so I’ve followed the development of its cinematic incarnation since hearing a production company bought the movie rights nearly a decade ago. As one of the lucky few … Continue reading

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