Journeyman director Alan Taylor brings us possibly the best episode yet. Based on the 1955 story titled ‘Foster, You’re Dead’, the episode updates its themes of consumerism and fear into something modern and very relevant.Read More Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – Safe and Sound (Review And Comparison)
The alternative anthology series returns after a hiatus with a familiar tale of alien invaders. With added Greg Kinnear!Read More Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – Father Thing (Review And Comparison)
Featuring a standout performance from Steve Buscemi and some really drop-dead gorgeous visuals, what is this episode missing?
Based on the 1953 short story ‘Sales Pitch’, this episode takes a huge divergence from the source material. Is the risk worth it?Read More Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – Crazy Diamond (Review And Comparison)
The third episode of the science fiction anthology series is the most grounded one yet. Does the kitchen sink drama ruin the sci-fi? Or is it a nice change of pace?Read More Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – The Commuter (Review and Comparison)
The second episode of Channel 4’s anthology series stars Jack Reynor and Benedict Wong as futuristic tour guides, in a 1950’s inspired galaxy.
How close does it stick to the original story? And is it wholly satisfying?Read More Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams – The Impossible Planet (Review and Comparison)