Anyone who follows me will know that I have a real soft spot for anything to do with Ghost in the Shell, even when it’s a decidedly non-Japanese Hollywood adaptation. So it was with some trepidation but a glimmer of excitement that I watched the trailer for the new Netflix show.
While Altered Carbon is an adaptation of the 2002 cyberpunk novel by Richard K. Morgan it visually seems to owe a hell of a lot to Ridley Scott’s neo-noire interpretation of Philip K Dick’s work in Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049…
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The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova is a long-winded tale about some historians poring over old manuscripts and letters to find
A text heavy summary of what’s on offer in Netflix’s new Cert 18 sci-fi/fantasy/horror anthology series.
Was Alita: Battle Angel a testing ground for a system of three-dimensional high-resolution rendering of computer-animated main characters which will be central to the production of Avatar 2? If so, it looks like a huge success.
A post mostly about Ghost in the Shell SAC Laughing Man, Ozark, The Predator, Farewell My Lovely and The Last Family in England.
I’m a big fan of Ghost in the Shell in all its forms, whether it be the original manga by
I’ve been spending most of my spare time working on a talk I’m doing with the local Rotary Club on
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was a little like Doctor Strange for me, in that I found it all a