Join Dave and Wayne for genre television show news, a glimpse into what the hosts are currently watching, commentary and analysis of the Prime Video series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. This week on the SciFi TV Rewatch podcast we discuss Isildur's desperate attempts to join the expedition led by his father and Galadriel, and Bronwyn's reaction to the mass defections of those who would rather bend the knee to Sauron than fight him. In our What We're Watching segment, Dave finishes watching The Man in the High Castle and begins rereading Philip K. Dick's novel. Wayne has high praise for the reboot of Quantum Leap. In Listener Feedback, Fred from the Netherlands agrees with Wayne and gives “Partings” an A grade. Ben checks in via the Facebook group. Remember to join the genre television and film discussion on the SciFi TV Rewatch Facebook group for the latest genre television show news and podcast releases. Episode Grade: Dave A- Wayne A
James Cameron's "Terminator" film series combines the best of Hollywood while remaining unburdened by its convention and cliche. In “Terminator” (1984), Cameron casts an apparently reluctant Arnold Schwarzenegger into the role of T800. From the opening shots of a nude, physically unfamiliar, almost biblical figure surveying Los Angeles, to the slow, complex, yet satisfying buildup of drama/plot machinations, the first Terminator is an example of novelty and craftsmanship in genre film, while “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” takes it all a step further through deeper explorations of character. In ArtiFact #32, Alex Sheremet, Ethan Pinch, and Jessica Schneider compare the two films as they try to imagine seeing them for the first time. Questions discussed include: how does Arnold Schwarzenegger, as actor, add to the films without much acting? How does his character (even if programmed) change? Are human beings becoming more efficient thinkers and killers to compete against Skynet? Are narrative arcs “enough” to make a good film? You may also watch this discussion on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIRS9DIl3bk If you found this video useful, support us on our Patreon page and get the 2+ hour, patron-only “B side” to this conversation: https://www.patreon.com/automachination B side topics: Jessica learns the final piece of her Zoom puzzle; why Ethan Pinch's pet rabbit made Alex think differently of him; explaining why Bruce Ario's (as well as Walt Whitman's) poems creep up upon the reader; Jessica assesses Bruce Ario's Enneagram types via his novel Cityboy; how death de-fangs “threatening” artists; Ethan Pinch goes off on the British Monarchy, explains Queen Elizabeth's hidden, understated power; the monarchy's control of British media; Prince Andrew's arms sales to dictators; Aleksandr Dugin's “The Fourth Political Theory” doesn't differentiate between strains of liberalism; Jessica on Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story on Netflix; thinking about psychopathy, human violence; debating the best artist biopics: Vivian Maier, Amadeus, Into The Deep (on Herman Melville), Emily Dickinson; making fun of Amanda Gorman; art & futurity Subscribe to the ArtiFact podcast on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3xw2M4D Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3wLpqEV Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3dSQXxJ Amazon Music: https://amzn.to/2SVJIxB Podbean: https://bit.ly/3yzLuUo iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/3AK942L Read Jessica Schneider's article on Terminator 1: https://www.automachination.com/great-action-great-storytelling-james-cameron-terminator-1984/ Read Jessica Schneider's latest book of poetry, Ekphrasm: https://www.amazon.com/Ekphrasm-French-Painters-Paintings-Natures-ebook/dp/B0B53ZB2TV Subscribe to Ethan Pinch's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/AnthropomorphicHorse Read the latest essays from the automachination universe: https://www.automachination.com/ Read Alex's (archived) essays: https://alexsheremet.com Timestamps: 0:18 – introduction; how James Cameron's early films were formative for Jessica and Alex; arguments for why Terminator 2: Judgment Day is the superior film; Ethan on the shifting stakes between films 9:38 – craft in the Terminator films; symbolism, psychology, how Arnold Schwarzenegger realized over time this was a worthwhile film; seeing the film for the first time; Ethan on the Cold War and Freudian themes; Alex on the use of death, humanoids in Terminator 2 as a nightmarish factor; the comparison to Chris Market's “Le Jetee”; the Hitchcock connection 25:32 – Jessica on the characterization of Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton); smaller scenes as interstitial character-building; how Terminator and well-crafted genre films separate consistent thinking from mere aesthetic preference; 40:43 – Alex on capturing the logic of AI, computer programming; object-oriented behavior in human beings vs. machines; the Freudian / Cold War themes as under the auspices of competition, survival; the attempted Dyson killing as Terminator-like; sociopathy, narcissism vs. robotic behavior; Ethan on the films' haunted future; The Prisoner and the “white ball” as the sum of incipient human fears; the cliches in the first film's ending vs. the fact that “the real action” hasn't been shown from the future; the introduction of behavioral constraints 01:03:15 – cynical apocalypticism into Terminator 2: Judgment Day; the Philip K. Dick connection; how the film makes fun of answers and non-answers, such as John Connor's interruption of his mother's spoken/writerly cliches about motherhood; the use of music; do cultural references date James Cameron's films? 01:15:00 – the use of Los Angeles as both topical, as well as prophetic; turning LA's Hollywood back upon it across films; Jessica on 90s culture Tags: #Terminator, #JamesCameron, #scifi
Loyce demorou-se um bom tempo em seu porão antes de ir para sua loja e juntar-se aos seus sócios.Enquanto procurava um lugar para estacionar, já que não havia vaga para o carro em frente ao estabelecimento, ficou dando mais umas voltas até conseguir.Mas algo chamou sua atenção.Não era algo comum.O mais impressionante era que ninguém, nem um dos transeuntes parecia dar alguma atenção aquilo que ele estava vendo e que fazia seu coração acelerar.Estava ali, para todo mundo ver.Pendurado.O que vinha a ser aquilo?Loyce estaria prestes a descobrir.Mas não sem um custo.Mais um excelente conto de Philip. K. Dick.Produzido, editado, narrado e interpretado por Carlos Eduardo ValenteCapa, com foto encontrada na internet, sem os devidos créditos, trabalhada para esse audiobook/podcast por Carlos Eduardo Valente.Se vc quiser apoiar esse projeto, acesse:https://apoia.se/carloseduardovalente Pode apoiar também através de um PIXcarlao50@gmail.com - Banco NUBANK Inscreva-se em nosso canal do YouTube:https://youtube.com/c/CarlosEduardoValente
Co-fondateur d'Alma, Louis Chatriot ne se définit pas comme un entrepreneur. Le regard aiguisé qu'il porte sur l'entreprise et son environnement mérite d'être écouté. Avec Alma , Louis Chatriot a créé sa troisième entreprise. Pour autant, il refuse de se définir comme un entrepreneur. Pour lui “ça n'a aucun sens”. Il est même gêné de voir la starification qui peut être faite des CEO de startups. Un recul par rapport à l'époque qu'il doit en partie à sa famille et son éducation. Fils d'une maman artiste-sculptrice et d'un papa touche-à-tout (médecine, sport automobile, théâtre), Louis Chatriot a évolué dans un environnement où l'accent a été mis sur la manière, l'engagement et la passion de faire les choses plutôt que sur l'activité en elle-même. “Fais pizzaiolo ok. Mais dès lors, tu fais les meilleurs pizzas du monde”, image-t-il en souriant. En se l'appliquant à lui-même, il s'est vite rendu compte que son premier métier de consultant chez Bain n'était pas fait pour lui. À 37 ans, Louis Chatriot ne se départit pas d'un côté enfantin. Il aime apprendre. Comprendre. Ce passionné de sciences et de technologie a créé son premier programme à 7 ans - un mot de passe - sur un Genius 2000. Au point d'énerver sa petite sœur. Aujourd'hui, il est insatiable sur l'algèbre de Boole et les Legos Technic. Son passe-temps actuel. Si vous ne savez pas ce que c'est, le mieux c'est encore de l'écouter vous l'expliquer, avec passion. Critique sur l'éducation scolaire, le Polytechnicien de formation place le jeu comme l'une des meilleures méthodes d'apprentissage. Il a ainsi toujours pensé que c'est la traction qui faisait avancer plutôt que la pression. Comme pour la croissance d'une entreprise. Comme pour une équipe. Se définissant comme exigeant, il place la discipline comme la valeur cardinale d'un développement réussi d'une entreprise, sans pour autant affirmer qu'il réussit dans cette quête. Attaché à un équilibre vie pro/vie personnelle, ce personnage facétieux n'imagine pas travailler sans s'amuser. “Ma vision du travail c'est d'être sérieux sans se prendre au sérieux”
Megan and RJ are back (again)! And they swear it's really them and not a couple of criminal deviant androids. For real, they pinky-promise and everything. Join us for Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and discover the shame of electric pet ownership, the power of robo-snatch, and fun existential pranks to play on your friends. Join the Discord for a Different Podcast: https://discord.gg/aCwvMjxNSf (https://discord.gg/aCwvMjxNSf) Get Some Merch: https://ohnolitclass.threadless.com/ (https://ohnolitclass.threadless.com/) Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OhNoLitClass (https://www.patreon.com/OhNoLitClass)
Total Recall 1990 movie review from the Salty Nerds has them all wanting to get their ass to Mars so they can unlock ancient alien artifacts and party with three-tittied hookers. After all, they got 5 kids to feed! Based on the Philip K. Dick short story We Can Remember It For You Wholesale, Total Recall marks the only collaboration between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Paul Verhoeven, and it's glorious to behold. Also starring a very sexy Sharon Stone, as well as Michael Ironside and Ronny Cox, Total Recall is the tale of a lowly construction worker named Quaid whose visit to the memory implant facility of Recall goes horribly wrong, and now his wife is trying to kill him and he has to go to Mars to uncover the mystery surrounding his true identity. But are the harrowing events really happening, or are they all part of a psychotic delusion brought upon by a botched Recall procedure? What is your Total Recall 1990 movie review? Did you love it? Hate it? What have you been feeding this thing? Let us know in our Discord community, which you can find at: http://www.saltynerddiscord.com And if you like what we do on this channel, please consider supporting us on our members area here: ▷ SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://www.saltynerdclub.com/ By becoming a Patron of the Salty Nerd Podcast you help us to create great content AND get awesome perks! Check out our Patreon page through the link above for more detail. Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saltynerd/support
The fifty-first Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick episode finds your host back in the lush and lavish studios of MWS Media to discuss the connections between flawed (even reprehensible!) protagonists, literary authenticity, and your reader community. I also say goodbye to reader community member, superfan, and generous soul Dave Alcock, as well as offer up the usual weekly recap of my creative adventure. And what a week it was. Links and Topics Mentioned in This Episode The day job? I'm a creative services provider helping authors, podcasters, and other creators bring their work to fruition, to market, and to an audience. How can I help you? For the gearheads: I replaced my fiery computer with a Cyberpower GMA4800 BSTV10 with an AMD Ryzen 5 5600x 3.7GHz processor, 32 GB DDR4 RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 12GB graphics card. I bought it at my local BestBuy, but it was the only one in stock. You might have better luck from NewEgg. Hazy Days and Cloudy Nights: "How It All Got Started" is my freely offered fiction serial and part of my Sovereign Era storyworld, which includes the novels Brave Men Run and Pilgrimage, the collection The Sovereign Era: Year One, the novelette "Canary in a Coal Mine" (by P.G. Holyfield), and the short stories "The World Revolves Around You" and "The News from Bewilder Pond." So far. After my September focus on the serial, I'll get back to my next novel, Shadow of the Outsider, the follow-up to Light of the Outsider and "The Perfumed Air at Kwaanantag Bay." It was likely a Facebook post from the author Adam-Troy Casto that first called my attention to the idea that some folks might be aghast at the character of Decker from the classic science fiction film Blade Runner (based on the Philip K. Dick novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep). He might have shared if from a post from the author David Gerrold... do you forgive me for de-prioritizing the fact checking on this one? Where it came from is secondary to the point, after all... So why are they called "blade runners," anyway..? The Punisher -- Frank Castle -- was created by by Gerry Conway, John Romita, Sr., and Ross Andru (in the episode, I mistakenly credit Gil Kane). He first appeared in issue number 129 of The Amazing Spider-Man, which hit the spinner racks in November, 1973. I mention the quote, "Fiction is telling the truth with lies." I'm paraphrasing something with a long, storied history of paraphrasing. The origin of this universal statement comes from Pablo Picasso, who was quoted in a 1923 article as saying, "Art is a lie that makes us realize truth, at least the truth that is given us to understand." The first person to apply this truism (see what I did, there?) to narrative fiction might have been the screenwriter Stephen Davis: “Drama is the lie that tells us the truth.” Check out Quote Investigator for more... Henry Rollins is quoted as saying, "It'll destroy you if you try to make it mean anything to anyone but yourself," At least, I think he did. I can't find the original source. In this episode, I reference the "Nope to Tropes" episode, which you should check out..! My patron community receives the uncut, unedited version of every episode. For this episode, they're privy to almost eighteen minutes of extra content! Want in on that? Become a patron for at least $5.00 per month (cancel any time) and get a bunch of other perks and special access, too. Not much more than two dozen people listen to each new episode of this show during the first week it's released. If most of the listeners became Exceptional patrons ($5.00 per month), patron revenue would surpass $100 per month, and I could begin donating 10% every month to 826 National in support of literacy and creative writing advocacy for children. Let's go! Let's double the listenership by the next episode! This week, tell a kindred spirit about Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick! Share https://www.mattselznick.com/podcasts/sonitotum/ with them, or better yet, share your favorite episode of Sonitotum directly from your preferred podcasting app! Oh, and speaking of patronage: This episode was made possible in part by the patronage of listeners like you, including J. C. Hutchins and Ted Leonhardt. Want to support the show and be listed in the credits, plus get lots of other goodies, perks, and exclusive access? Become a patron with a $3, $5, $10, or $20 monthly pledge! Love Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick and would like to make a one-time donation in support of the show? Donate via PayPal or leave a tip via Ko-Fi, with my grateful thanks.
In this second episode of the 1930s podcast series, I have dug into the vault to re-package a classic Dickheads podcast episode from our first season in 2018 when we were gathering in the studio. In this episode, we cover 'Alas, All Thinking' by Harry Bates most famous for writing the story that inspired the Day the Earth Stood Still. Originally published in the June 1935 issue of Astounding Magazine, a young Philip K. Dick considered this one of his favorite Science Fiction stories and a major influence on his writing. Audio only this week... the DHP video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zllcyDD4znA&t=523s If you would like to read the story before listening you can do that here: https://archive.org/details/Astounding_v15n04_1935-06_Gorgon776/mode/2up Next week Rule-18 by Clifford Simak! •You can find my books here: Amazon-https://www.amazon.com/David-Agranoff/e/B004FGT4ZW •And me here: Goodreads-http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2988332.David_Agranoff Twitter-https://twitter.com/DAgranoffAuthor Blog-http://davidagranoff.blogspot.com/
The Movie Show with Joel and Ryan deliver the second and final part of their deep dive into 1982's landmark sci-fi thriller Blade Runner. From the story by Philip K. Dick, starring Harrison Ford and directed by Ridley Scott, they examine how the film has grown from a box office disappointment to one of the most influential pieces of speculative fiction ever created. You can manage your blush response with us @askjoelandryan
The cast is here to talk about the magic of Bibliomancy. From divination to inspiration and everywhere in between. Check out our socials: LinkTree Music is provided by Kubbi, Gadgetor, and http://www.bensound.com Other Music: http://www.purple-planet.com - Views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Adventures Underground. This podcast is for entertainment purposes only. Au Radio is a production of Adventures Underground, LLC. Copyright 2019, All Rights Reserved.
This famous Philip K. Dick sci-fi novel was adapted in the movie Blade Runner, which has eclipsed the book in some ways. The two are very different, so check out today's discussion to hear what each one is actually about. https://www.youtube.com/c/whythebookwins https://whythebookwins.com/
Our favorite Dickheads are back for a follow-up to their popular first episode where they dove into the life and career of Philip K Dick (Bladerunner, Minority Report, Total Recall), and broke down three distinct parts of his career, as well as his influences and legacy.You can watch it here.If you're a fan of scifi, you're not going to want to miss this deep dive into the writer who thought we were living in a simulation back in 1977. Here to guide us will be Anthony Trevino, David Agranoff and Langhorne J Tweed.
Blade Runner was released 40 years ago. Over the years it has become known as an artistic, cinematic masterpiece. Join Jay and Shua as they revisit this haunting and influential film on Enjoy Stuff! Ridley Scott's vision for the Philip K Dick novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' was very different from the book, and Harrison Ford's performance as Rick Deckard helped to make Blade Runner a legendary movie. News Did you know there was a secret Back to the Future museum in Massachusetts? The new Delorean Alpha 5 prototype has been revealed Hostess has shared its upcoming fall lineup John Williams had a surprise for an audience at a concert in the Hollywood Bowl. A new song from the new Indiana Jones movie! What we're Enjoying During Better Call Saul's final season, Jay wanted to rewatch all of Breaking Bad. It verified with him what an amazing pair of series they were. Are you a fan? Shua started a new docuseries on FX called Welcome to Wrexham. It's about a small, failing football club in Wales that was purchased by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, who want to revitalize the team and the community. A true and interesting story. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Sci-Fi Saturdays is going on hiatus until October 1 when we'll get our first 31 Days of Horror movie reviews. Make sure you check one out each day. Plus, you can go back and revisit some of his past Sci-Fi articles on Retrozap.com. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy Movies! Forty years ago, Blade Runner was expected to be another breakout sci-fi movie for the super star Harrison Ford. It may not have been the immediate success they had hoped. But over time it has only grown in popularity. Ridley Scott, early in his career, adapted the novel by Philip K Dick called ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?'. He changed the movie title to another title that he had purchased, called Blade Runner, which was not related in any way to the Dick story. The shoot was not an easy one, and sometimes tensions were high. But in the end we were given a sci-fi, noir, dystopian, cyberpunk piece of art. With themes of identity, technology, and mortality we, as an audience, are often left to interpret the stories of each of the complex characters. The strong use of symbolism, the unique lighting, and haunting music became a model for futuristic movies from then on. It spawned sequels and spinoffs that may or may not have captured the feel of the original. Be sure to check out Jay's Sci-Fi Saturdays article for Blade Runner for a terrific breakdown and analysis of the whole thing. What do you think of Blade Runner? Would you own a replicant snake? Did you read all of these show notes? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Tears in the rain” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Con el mundo en inflexión, inflación y recesión, guerras, catástrofes ecológicas y una deriva cuando menos inquietante, el Sentido de la Maravilla yergue como un faro de evocación y esperanza para quienes desde los otros mundos aspiramos a reflexionar, analizar y cambiar este que habitamos. Lejos de grandilocuencias, pero tocando hueso desde su inicio, nos encontramos con El Tunche (Ed. Altolibros), una publicación Pulp, de homenaje al género de este formato que con sus bajos precios triunfó en los quioscos pero sin renunciar a la enorme calidad de autores con publicaciones pulp como Asimov, Bradbury, Heinlein, Philip K. Dick o Arthur C. Clarke… Para hablar de El Tunche nos visitan en la Nabucodonosor Mike Babylon, J.M. Gran, escritores, y Mariano Gamo, editor. Con Don Víctor, desde el Planeta Segovia nos pulperizamos con otros títulos relacionados con las viñetas y las ilustraciones. Escuchar audio
The Movie Show with Joel and Ryan deliver part one of a two part deep dive into 1982's landmark sci-fi thriller Blade Runner. From the story by Philip K. Dick, starring Harrison Ford and directed by Ridley Scott, they examine how the film has grown from a box office disappointment to one of the most influential pieces of speculative fiction ever created. You can take the empathy test with us @askjoelandryan
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm continuing SciTember with two SF story adaptations from Steven Spielberg and the pint-sized maniac Tom Cruise. First up is the 2002 adaptation of the Philip K. Dick short story Minority Report. Then we have the 2005 adaptation of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds, now with 50% more 9-11 allegory. [00:00 INTRO [02:28] Projection Booth Promo [03:38] RANDOM CONVERSATION [10:10] Minority Report (2002) [58:42] War of the Worlds (2005) [01:50:49] FEEDBACK [01:53:35] ENDING MUSIC: The Eve of War (Highlights Version) by Jeff Wayne featuring Richard Burton and Justin Hayward Buy Minority Report (2002) Buy War of the Worlds (2005) Support TWoRP Contact Us firstname.lastname@example.org
We discuss one of Philip K Dick's weirdest novels (genetically augmented variety show host timeline surfing on someone else's dope trip) and connect the dots between his timeline-jumping ideas and other similar philosophical concepts in the memesphere.
Exploring Tomorrow was an American old-time radio series which ran on the Mutual Broadcasting System from December 4, 1957, until June 13, 1958. An advertisement described it as "the first science-fiction show of science-fictioneers, by science-fictioneers and for science-fictioneers - real science fiction for a change!" Exploring Tomorrow was narrated by John W. Campbell, editor of Astounding Magazine. Campbell guided the career of many of the great science fiction writers of the era. Personnel: Producer-director: Sanford Marshall. Announcer: Bill Mahr, Guy Wallace Cast:Mandel Kramer, Bryna Raeburn, Lawson Zerbe, Lon Clark, Mason Adams, Connie Lembcke, Larry Haines, Don Douglas, Bret Morrison, Charlotte Sheffield Theme: As Time Goes By Writers: Randall Garrett, Gordon R. Dickson, Robert Silverberg,Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, Poul Anderson, John Fleming, Raymond E. Banks, George O. Smith, Tom Godwin
On this episode of Cyberpunk Summer, we're welcoming special guest, writer, critic, and podcaster Inkoo Kang to talk about Blade Runner, Ridley Scott's 1982 film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Set in the dystopian Los Angeles of 2019, Harrison Ford plays a cop hunting down bio-engineered androids known as replicants, who have returned to Earth from the space colonies where they were sent to work as slave labor.Note: Enjoy this episode of the podcast as a video at patreon.com/femfreq or on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/OBZNlKhygx8Time Stamps:46:19 - What's your Freq Out?Inkoo on the Peacock series Angelyne and the Starz series P-ValleyAnita on the novella The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi VoKat on Thom Andersen's 2003 video essay Los Angeles Plays ItselfLinks Mentioned:Inkoo's Criterion Collection essay on Parasite: https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/7158-parasite-notes-from-the-undergroundKat's Freq Out, Los Angeles Plays Itself: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/losangelesplaysitselfFREQ Show episode about Blade Runner - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYRsDi4fGOANicole He's cyberpunk, yelling-at-computer-game, ENHANCE.COMPUTER - https://nicole.pizza/enhance-homeFind Inkoo:https://twitter.com/inkookangat the Washington Post - https://t.co/Rxm1rf972bAll About Almódovar podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-about-almod%C3%B3var/id1533092827All About Campion podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-about-campion/id1589998212Find Us:Join our PatreonOur WebsiteSubscribe to FFR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to our Star Trek PodcastTwitterInstagramtwitch.tv/femfreq (every Thursday at 6:30pm PT)
‘Literatura del holocausto'. Un especial de Patricia del Río, en Letras en el tiempo, de una de las etapas más tristes y dolorosas de la historia de la humanidad en el siglo XX. Historias conmovedoras que nos trasladan al horror de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y que han quedado registradas en la literatura universal. Fred Stefan Reich reconstruye en su libro, ‘From Ashes to Naches', la historia de su familia en los campos de concentración nazi, y cómo unos cuántos pudieron sobrevivir para dar testimonio del holocausto que exterminó a casi todos sus parientes y a más de dos millones y medio de hombres, mujeres y niños judíos. Además del libro, Fred ha producido y realizado una película del mismo nombre donde relata la biografía de su abuelo Kurt Reich, que puede ser encontrado en la plataforma de Youtube (From Ashes to Naches (Kurt Reich"s Biography) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aujvlq4Q4WI El periodista Diego Pajares nos cuenta otro modo de conocer estas historias en las películas "Bastardos sin gloria", de Quentin Tarantino, y "El hombre en el castillo", serie de Philip K. Dick. Por su parte, Julio Zavala, crítico literario y gerente de la librería Escena libre, recomienda una variedad de libros imprescindibles de reciente publicación: "El rincón más oscuro del cielo", de Mayte Mujica; "Entre luces y tinieblas", de Jorge Juan Llerena, y "Antiguos y nuevos animales literarios", de Alonso Rabí do Carmo. Las canciones, cuyas historias y contenidos recrean el programa, son: ‘Lullaby, arreglos para viola y harpa', de Gideon Klein; ‘Nocturno No. 20 in C Major', de Chopin; ‘Zog nit keyn mol', de Maria Ka; ‘Presto in C Major', de Arnold Schoenberg; ‘Dance me to the end of love', por Jorge Drexler; y ‘Börgermoorlied', por la Orchestra Musica Concentrationaria. Conducción: Patricia del Río ||| Producción: Amelia Villanueva ||| Edición de audio: Andrés Rodríguez ||| Episodio 33 – Tercera temporada.
In this episode of the show we tying a bow on the A-Woo-Gust series by talking about the last film John Woo made in Hollywood, namely Paycheck. Over the course of our conversation you will hear us talk about Ben Affleck as a leading man, Paycheck as a Hitchcockian thriller, a decade of adapting Philip K. Dick, the long-extinct mid-budget genre counter-programming, Aaron Eckhart as an underwhelming villain and much more! Tune in and enjoy! Hosts: Jakub Flasz, Nicolò Grasso & Randy Burrows Intro: Infraction - Cassette Outro: Infraction - Daydream Head over to uncutgemspodcast.com to find all of our archival episodes and more! Follow us on Twitter (@UncutGemsPod), IG (@UncutGemsPod) and TikTok (@UncutGemsPod) Buy us a coffee over at Ko-Fi.com (ko-fi.com/uncutgemspod) Subscribe to our brand new Patreon! (patreon.com/uncutgemspod) The Uncut Gems Podcast is a CLAPPER production
Buy The Simulated Multiverse Now!https://bookshop.org/a/86490/9781954872004Buy The Simulation Hypothesis Now!https://bookshop.org/a/86490/9780983056904Rizwan Virk, successful entrepreneur, investor, futurist, bestselling author, video game industry pioneer, and indie film producer, Joins Mystic Mark for a conversation about the potential that we are living in a simulated multiverse. Riz shared his story and where this research began, his thoughts on Synchronicity, the indicators that we may be in a simulated multiverse and so much more. I asked Riz about Aliens, Psychedelics and the parallels between simulation theory and theology or creationism. Riz has produced many indie films (imdb link), including Thrive, Sirius, Knights of Badassdom, starring Peter Dinklage and Summer Glau, The CW's The Outpost, as well as adaptations of the works of Philip K. Dick and Ursula K. Le Guin.Riz's books include Startup Myths & Models, The Simulation Hypothesis, Zen Entrepreneurship, and Treasure Hunt: Follow Your Inner Clues to Find True Success, and The Simulated Multiverse. Buy Riz's Books Here: https://www.zenentrepreneur.com/more-infoLearn more about Rizwan Virk Here: https://www.zenentrepreneur.com/Share This Episode: https://share.transistor.fm/s/5e7b4808Get the SEEEN Travel Guide!https://ko-fi.com/s/6f1e1173a0Synchro-Wisdom Dialogue: https://linktr.ee/mysticmarkpodcastMFTIC Merchhttps://mftic-podcast.creator-spring.comJoin us on TelegramLeave me a message On Telegram!For Exclusive My Family Thinks I'm Crazy Content: Only 3$ get 50+ Bonus Episodes, Sign up on our Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.or on Rokfin@MFTICPodcast on Twitter@myfamilythinksimcrazy on Instagram, Follow, Subscribe, Rate, and Review we appreciate you!https://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comhttps://altmediaunited.com/my-family-thinks-im-crazy/Listen to Every AMU Podcast with this link. https://lnns.co/pI5xHeyFdfgGET A NEW PODCASTING APP! https://podcastindex.org/appsHelp fund the show, I cannot do this without your support.CashApp: $MarkSteevesJrVenmo: @MysticMarkPaypal: @mysticmarkPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/MFTIC?fan_landing=trueRokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyKo-fi: https://ko-fi.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyBuy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MFTICWithout you this Podcast would not exist, bless all who support.MUSICAL CREDITSIntro Song by Destiny LabMusic: Shadow Of ElaraBy The Europa Protoharmonic Symphony OrchestraOutroMusic: 36g/8gBy: Monplaisir Feat SouthmanMusic: It Takes A VillageBy HoliznaReleased under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License Thanks To Soundstripe and Free Music Archive ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mark and Jeff graduated in August, and are celebrating by going on a drug bender all September by watching movies that focus on drugs and drug use. We start of with Philip K. Dick's A Scanner Darkly. School of Rock this is not. Keanu butters bread, RDJ gets ripped off, and animation causes nausea. IMDB Synopsis: An undercover cop in a not-too-distant future becomes involved with a dangerous new drug and begins to lose his own identity as a result. Diirected by Richard Linklater Starring Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder, Robert Downey Jr., and Woody Harrelson. Music for September is brought to you by Arrows in Action. Their website. https://arrowsinaction.com/ Twitter @ArrowsInAction Tiktock @ArrowsinAction Find them on Youtube and Facebook Follow the podcast on Twitter @moviedrafthouse Mark - @iheardyouliked Jeff - @PodcastsbyJeff
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Als Sänger und Texter der Postpunk-Band Messer ist Hendrik Otremba zuerest bekannt geworden. Außerdem ist er als Maler tätig, seine Bilder zieren nicht nur die Cover seiner Band, sondern werden auch häufig ausgestellt. Irgendwann ist Hendrik dann auch als Schriftsteller hervorgetreten - mit seinem Debutroman "Über uns der Schaum" (Verbrecher Verlag), dem Nachfolger "Kachelbads Erbe" (Hoffmann & Campe). Über alles das haben wir uns schon mal ausführlich unterhalten - in meinem früheren Podcast "Durch die Gegend" bei einem Spaziergang in seinem Geburtsort Recklinghausen. Jetzt erscheint der dritte Roman "Benito" (März Verlag). Um ihn geht es in der aktuellen Folge allerdings gar nicht. Denn als wir uns Anfang 2022 zum Gespräch getroffen haben, war noch überhaupt nicht klar, ob und wann dieses Buch erscheinen würde. Dazu wird es bald also noch mal eine separate Bonusfolge geben. In dieser Folge geht es erst einmal nur um fünf Bücher, die Hendrik Otremba geprägt haben. Unterstütze "Das Lesen der Anderen" mit einer Mitgliedschaft bei Steady: https://steadyhq.com/de/daslesenderanderen Folge "Das Lesen der Anderen" Twitter: https://twitter.com/lesenderanderen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daslesenderanderen/?hl=en
Special guest, professor, podcaster, and prolific author Karen Tongson joins Anita and Kat for episode five of our “Cyberpunk Summer” series, where we are discussing the 1990 sci-fi action film Total Recall, from director Paul Verhoeven. Based on Philip K. Dick's 1966 short story “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale,” the movie stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as a construction worker who receives implanted memories of his time working as a spy on Mars—or is he a Martian spy whose memories of life as a construction worker were implanted?Note: Enjoy this episode of the podcast as a video at patreon.com/femfreq or on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/xM9RRHmwvEI Time Stamps:46:26 - What's your Freq Out?Karen on Rachel Bloom's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend singalongs at The Stowaway piano bar in DTLAAnita on RRRKat on Mall Stories and City of Ghosts from Elizabeth ItoLinks Mentioned:Previous Verhoeven episodes of FFR:Erotic 80s on the You Must Remember This podcast - http://www.youmustrememberthispodcast.com/episodes/2022/7/11/erotic-80s-archive Find Karen:https://twitter.com/inlandemperorw2xpodcast.comFind Us:Join our PatreonOur WebsiteSubscribe to FFR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to our Star Trek PodcastTwitterInstagramtwitch.tv/femfreq (every Thursday at 6:30pm PT)
Si les absents ont toujours tort, ce mort, parti il y a 40 ans, n'a jamais cessé d'avoir raison. Décédé le 2 mars 1982, l'auteur de science-fiction Philip Kindred Dick, dit Philip K. Dick, laisse derrière lui pléthore de nouvelles, quelques romans et, au fil de de leurs pages, nombre d'intuitions bien senties sur notre avenir. Olivier Lascar, rédacteur en chef du pôle numérique de Sciences & Avenir, en fait l'inventaire à nos côtés. Bonne écoute !
Mr. Spaceship by Philip K. Dick audiobook. The war with the Yucks from Proxima Centauri was claimed to be a stalemate but they were really winning. The mine belts they laid seemed to propagate themselves and were slowly strangling Terran planets. How did they do that? What was their secret? The answer was baffling and the best human minds could only conclude that their ships and mines were somehow alive. So, the next desperate step was to ask "If they are using organic ships, why can't we do the same?". Thus Mr. Spaceship was conceived and carried out. But will a conscious warship do what the generals wish? Perhaps and perhaps something entirely surprising!
Episode 758-Jason Interviews Jason Starr @JasonStarrBooks - The Next Time I Die Hard Case Crime-A paranoid thriller in the mind-bending tradition of Philip K. Dick and The Twilight Zone, THE NEXT TIME I DIE will draw you into its claustrophobic web of suspense and leave you questioning everything you think you know. DYING WAS ONLY THE BEGINNING. shorturl.at/LSW16Support Our Patreon Unlock More C4FaP Bonus Content https://www.patreon.com/comicsfunprofit Kyle's RPG Podcasts: Encore of the Lost & Two Past Midnight @DorkDayPodcast https://www.dorkdayafternoon.com Shop Kowabunga's Exclusive Variants https://shopkowabunga.com/shop/ Donations Keep Our Show Going, Please Give https://bit.ly/36s7YeL Get on the Kowabunga (Deep Discount Comics) FOC and Preorder list http://eepurl.com/dy2Z8D Thank You Shout Out to Our Patrons: Adam P., Eric H., Jon A., Andrew C., Bradley R., Aaron M., Darrin W., Dennis C., David D., Christopher E., Martin F. Email us at: Comicsforfunandprofit@gmail.com - questions, comments, gripes, we can't wait to hear what you have to say. Follow us on twitter.com/ComicsFunProfit & instagram.com/comicsforfunandprofit Like us on Facebook.com/ComicsForFunAndProfit Subscribe, rate, review on itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, YouTube. Thank you so much for listening and spreading the word about our little comic book podcast. Listen To the Episode Here: https://comcsforfunandprofit.podomatic.com/
Blade Runner is a 1982 science fiction film directed by Ridley Scott, and adapted by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples. Starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, and Edward James Olmos, it is an adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? The film is set in a dystopian future Los Angeles of 2019, in which synthetic humans known as replicants are bio-engineered by the powerful Tyrell Corporation to work on space colonies. When a fugitive group of advanced replicants led by Roy Batty (Hauer) escapes back to Earth, burnt-out cop Rick Deckard (Ford) reluctantly agrees to hunt them down.This soundtrack is not available in our store.
De la mano del genial escritor de ciencia ficción Philip K. Dick hoy escucharemos el relato “El ahorcado” (The Hanging Stranger, 1953), donde el autor explora la angustia de una inconsciencia colectiva e irracional, a través de un corriente vendedor de televisores que observa como nadie se extraña del cadáver que cuelga de una farola. Decir más sería estropear la historia. Música: "The Hangman" Frederik Wiedmann "Inception" Hans Zimmer Blog del Podcast: https://lanebulosaeclectica.blogspot.com/ Twitter: @jomategu
Her husband changed, but she'd married for better or worse… legendary science fiction author Philip K. Dick is back, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.What can be said about Philip K. Dick that hasn't already been said hundreds of not thousands of times? This is the 4thshort sci-fi story by Philip K. Dick we've featured on our podcast. You can find Sales Pitch in episode 16, The Eyes Have It in episode 11 and The Hanging Stranger in episode 1.Human Is first appeared in the Winter 1955 edition of Startling Stories magazine. If you wanted to pick up a copy you should check out AbeBooks.com which has several copies ranging in price from $15 to $57.50. Let's turn to page 67 for Human Is by Philip K. Dick…
¿Sueñan los androides con ovejas eléctricas? La novela de Philip K. Dick (1968) fue el punto de partida de una película mítica, que presentó un futuro que ya es pasado (Los Ángeles, 1992, en la novela; Los Ángeles, 2019, en la película). De Blade Runner y de sus mensajes más o menos ocultos hablamos en este podcast.
Enrole uma toalha molhada na cabeça e aperte o play para revisitar "O Vingador do Futuro" conosco e descobrir se o filme ainda é tão marcante quanto na época em que o vimos pela primeira vez! Neste episódio do podcast De Volta Para o Sofá, nós rebobinamos a fita até o ano de 1990 e analisamos "O Vingador do Futuro" (Total Recall), filme de ação e ficção científica estrelado por Arnold Schwarzenegger, dirigido por Paul Verhoeven ("RoboCop", "Instinto Selvagem") e baseado em um conto de Philip K. Dick ("Blade Runner"). - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema Confira abaixo a minutagem dos quadros do podcast De Volta Para o Sofá sobre "O Vingador do Futuro": 00:00:00 - Introdução 00:08:25 - Memória Afetiva: relembramos quando vimos o filme pela primeira vez e discutimos seu impacto ontem e hoje 00:38:42 - Deu Tilt: os aspectos que ficaram datados e as cenas que não funcionam mais 00:58:35 - Supra Sumo: nossas cenas favoritas 01:20:20 - Por Onde Anda: saiba o que os atores principais estão fazendo hoje em dia 01:49:45 - A continuação que não saiu do papel e o remake de 2012 01:54:38 - Música de Encerramento Também estrelado por Sharon Stone, Rachel Ticotin, Michael Ironside e Ronny Cox, "O Vingador do Futuro" é um dos filmes mais memoráveis dos anos 90. Com roteiro de Ronald Shusett, Dan O'Bannon e Gary Goldman, a produção inaugura a década contando uma história intrigante e visionária, além de apresentar efeitos especiais de alta qualidade. Schwarzenegger interpreta Douglas Quaid, um operário que tem sonhos recorrentes de estar em Marte. Vivendo em 2084 e sem condições de pagar por uma viagem ao planeta vermelho, ele decide recorrer à empresa Rekall para implantar em sua mente uma memória fabricada com base em seus sonhos. Porém, o procedimento desperta uma memória real, mas que havia sido "apagada": Quaid na verdade é um agente secreto que vivia disfarçado na Terra. No podcast, nós falamos sobre as diferenças entre o filme e o conto "Lembramos para Você a Preço de Atacado", apontamos os aspectos que envelheceram mal e destacamos aqueles que até hoje impressionam, principalmente em relação aos temas pensados por Philip K. Dick e aos efeitos especiais, com criaturas construídas por Rob Bottin (de "RoboCop", "O Enigma de Outro Mundo", entre outros). Nós também contamos para você por onde andam os atores principais do elenco e comentamos o remake de 2012. O De Volta Para o Sofá é produzido e apresentado por Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para email@example.com
In this episode, we talk about the Dead Zoo, Dublin City Zombies, Ai-created Prayers and Evocations, The Uncanny Valley & evolution, Ken Wilber and half a wing, Iain McGilchrist, Carl Jung, Philip K Dick, Irish Facts! & Irish Lessons! and we finish with a discussion about Angels, Saints and Demons and what we think they are. Notes for the Irish lesson: https://omniglot.com/language/time/irish.htm The Matter With Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World by Iain McGilchrist- - https://amzn.to/3zAORfI *** Get your TaSTA T-Shirt! https://www.teepublic.com/en-gb/t-shirt/29933524-tommie-and-spud-talk-about?store_id=1353826 _ _ _ _ _ Buy Spud a book or send him some money: Paypal: https://bit.ly/3qXejIm Amazon: https://amzn.to/3be7Vm7 _ _ _ _ _ TOMMIE'S LINKS: Join the PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/tommiekelly Send a donation via PAYPAL http://www.paypal.me/tommiekelly Buy Me a Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/33TYYN3KT7ZAJ/ Find out about The Forty Servants: https://www.adventuresinwoowoo.com/thefortyservants/ ***SITES AND SOCIAL MEDIA*** Web: http://www.adventuresinwoowoo.com DISCORD: https://discord.gg/aiww Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tommiekelly Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adventuresinwoowoo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tommiekelly/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2PEvElCUoa6Eyz2d129UjE?si=MGgNKT-pQ52tOZ_Xv4cJOQ _ _ _ _ _ As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases, so if you see an Amazon link it's more than likely an affiliate link. The price will be the exact same for you, but I get a commission.
Ghosts have a reputation for messing with technology, but what about when the technology messes with the ghosts? We discuss infrasound and ghost lights among other interesting phenomena and its relationship to the paranormal. Join the discussion on our Facebook group at https://facebook.com/groups/homespunhaints
Robert Silverberg is an accomplished author, prolific, award winning, you may have noticed I said is, not was, because unlike all the authors we've featured so far on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast he's still with us. Born in 1935, Silverberg has won the Hugo and Nebula awards many times, was named to the science fiction hall of fame in 1999, and in 2004 was designated as a Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America. It's been said that when you include introductions, reviews and editorials to his vast number of novels and short stories it would total more than 1,200.At last report the 87-year-old Silverberg and his wife Karen live in the San Francisco bay area. The magazine where our story originates originally credited Randall Garrett for Six Frightened Men, perhaps because Robert Silverberg contributed another story to this issue, Woman's World. From Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy in June 1957 turn with me to page 76 for Six Frightened Men by Robert Silverberg…Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast… legendary science fiction author Philip K. Dick is back, Her husband changed, but she'd married for better or worse…That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.
Powerful women influence history. As we grew up we watched some very strong female characters that helped to shape culture and bring about positive change. Let's remember great characters from the 70s, 80s, and 90s and how they inspired us! What women inspired us growing up? Of course our moms. But we were so entrenched in movies and TV that there's no way we could have escaped the influence of the characters that we saw there. Let's explore the female characters that shaped us. News RIP Tony Dow, Paul Sorvino, and TRON actor David Warner No Bueno! Chaco Taco is going away for good! Light & Magic, is now streaming on Disney+ Get ready for a spicy way to start your day with Cinna Fuego Toast Crunch! Just in time for school to start, Post is releasing two new snack packs; Starburst All Pink Juicy Gels and Fruity Pebbles Yogurt Snack Packs Matt Frewer will be b-b-back as Max in a new series on AMC Check out some retro news from San Diego Comic Con What we're Enjoying In anticipation of the new She-Hulk series on Disney+, Jay pulled out the 2004 She-Hulk comics by Dan Slott. These are great stories that we may or may not be seeing in the new series. But either way, it's always fun to Enjoy Stuff. Shua has been listening to a book by John Scalzi called The Kaiju Preservation Society and narrated by Wil Wheaton. It's a story of a guy that gets a job with a group of people that are observing and taking care of giant Kaijus on another Earth. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout This week Jay revisits a 1995 sci-fi movie with Peter Weller called Screamers. It's adapted from a book by Philip K Dick and written by Dan O'Bannon. These sound great, but don't really translate very successfully. Either way, you get some decent effects and action scenes with 90s cheese. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy Life! Our incredible Moms worked so hard to raise us and we appreciate everything they did. But they weren't the only women that we learned from as we grew up. As we watched movies and TV when our minds were impressionable, we got to see women have more opportunities and take charge to show the world that they were a force to be reckoned with. Those characters helped to shape our view of culture and inspire us to be supportive partners in the challenge to give everyone equal opportunity. These characters were just a sampling of the many female influences we had, but they embodied some very positive characteristics. Listen in as we talk about actresses that showed independence, intelligence, strength, leadership, determination, and humor. Who were the female characters that inspired you? How did they make a positive difference in your life? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Still, she persisted” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
This week we return to Philip K. Dick's story, 'The Golden Man'. Chris, the Golden Man, has been captured by a powerful agency determined to study, and likely terminate, him. But, apart from his obvious physical differences in appearing golden and god-like, no one knows what exactly his powers are. What will happen to the Golden Man now...? If you'd like to support The Well Told Tale, please visit us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtaleBooks - (buying books from our Bookshop.org shop helps support this channel while also supporting local bookshops, at no cost to you):Books by our favourite authors - https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/the-well-told-taleThe Golden Man - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781473305663The Best of Philip K Dick - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9780615561189Philip K. Dick: 11 Science Fiction Stories - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781781393109 I would like to thank my patrons: Toni A, Joshua Clark, Maura Lee, Jane, John Bowles, and Cade Norman.Support the show
Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise finally team up to pre-cog the future of our real-life surveillance state with this ultra-paranoid sci-fi thriller from the GOAT of that exact sub-sub-genre, Philip K. Dick! Do all of the visual effects and fake-outs still hold up almost 20 years later after MINORITY REPORT blew up the 2002 summer blockbuster? Maybe not, but the ice-cold vision of a tomorrow without social media is fascinating and that murder's row of supporting performances from Max von Sydow, Samantha Morton, Colin Farrell (and his chewing gum), Tim Blake Nelson, Neal McDonough... Not to mention, Lois Smith goin' in for the kiss?! I'm giving away too much, just listen. It's a new mini-marathon, folks! This summer, we're gettin' in the ring with Steven for the SPIELBERG SUMMER SLAM! We're hitting up his incredible run of blockbusters from the genre-defining JAWS (1975) up through his hand-wave screen technology-introducing MINORITY REPORT (2002)!The NeverEnding Movie Marathon is a weekly podcastic celebration of cinema. Dive deep into fan-favorite films (#NoStinkers!), thematically curated to enhance your movie viewing by hosts Matt Detisch, Alex Logan, and Michael Rocco.Find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or at neverendingmoviemarathon.com
Welcome back to the Phantom Galaxy! As Bill Van Veghel enjoys his well deserved vacation in the wilds of Canadian, Nathan brings in guest co-host Victor Rodriguez to talk all things related to the Blade Runner franchise. Starting with the quirky and dizzying novella 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" by Philip K. Dick, Nathan and Victor roam the violent, rain-soaked streets of the future, hunting down each divergent part of this eclectic franchise. We take a deep-dive into the once neglected and now celebrated 1982 Ridley Scott classic that stands at the center of this universe, and then briefly explore a forgotten 1995 sequel novel by K.W. Jeter, the astounding 2017 sequel by Denis Villeneuve, and the 2021 animated series Black Lotus. Along the way we talk all things related to Blade Runner and the central theme of humanity and its definition that carries through each and every incarnation, discussing how each entry deals with those ideas. Enjoy the episode and remember to connect with Phantom Galaxy at: www.phantomgalaxy.podbean.com Twitter: @fantomgalaxy You can also find us on Facebook at: The Phantom Galaxy Podcast You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com Links for Victor Rodriguez: https://vhrodriguez.wordpress.com/ The Sound of Fear: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1694373576 On Time from Transmundane Press: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08KBT7YY3 "Uncertain Treasure" in Savage Realms Monthly: May 2021: https://www.amazon.com/Savage-Realms-Monthly-collection-adventure-ebook/dp/B096BMHKH4/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=savage+realms+monthly&qid=1628678347&sr=8-4 Inside the Sound of Fear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inside-the-sound-of-fear/id1537169966
This week we explore a post-apocalyptic world in a Tale from one of our favourites, sci-fi luminary Philip K. Dick. Mutants have emerged, and the world, feeling threatened, has been rounding up these new humans. The idea has been played out in many superhero movies over the years, but, as is so often the case, Philp K. Dick got there first. This Tale invites you to consider the question: How would you respond to the Golden Man...?If you'd like to support The Well Told Tale, please visit us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtaleBooks - (buying books from our Bookshop.org shop helps support this channel while also supporting local bookshops, at no cost to you):Books by our favourite authors - https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/the-well-told-taleThe Golden Man - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781473305663The Best of Philip K Dick - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9780615561189 Philip K. Dick: 11 Science Fiction Stories - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781781393109 I would like to thank my patrons: Toni A, Joshua Clark, Maura Lee, Jane, John Bowles, and Cade Norman.Support the show
Last week we released episode 25 of The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, so to celebrate we're going to give you 2 free audiobooks, more on that in a minute. We just added several audiobooks to our website LostSciFi.com including a new collection of short sci-fi stories from Ray Bradbury and Philip K. Dick. Sixteen stories from these legendary science fiction authors. Nine hours and twenty seven minutes of vintage science fiction for only $7.97. Go to LostSciFi.com to get this sci-fi collection available only on our website. While you're there pick out any 2 individual audiobooks and they are yours for free! That's right 2 free individual audiobooks as our way of saying thanks for listening to The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast. Pick out your 2 free sci-fi stories and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send you the links so you can listen for free! LostSciFi.comHorace Browne Fyfe Jr. also known as H. B. Fyfe, was born in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1918. He had his first sci-fi short story published in 1940 but released only one other story until 1947. Where was Fyfe and what was he doing all those years? Well, he was in the US Army serving his country during World War II.From 1947 to 1967 H. B. Fyfe was a busy man, turning out almost 60 stories. Today's offering is the first of 14 stories published in the 1960s.From Amazing Stories Magazine in August 1960 Fee Of The Frontier by H.B. Fyfe…