Archive of all blog posts tagged 'dystopia'


Strange Days (2015/10/20 10:00)
Twenty years on, James Cameron's (and Kathryn Bigelow's) millennial cyberpunk masterwork still packs the kinds of wallops mainstream filmmaking has retreated from in near-panic


There's A Hell Of A Bad Universe Next Door, Let's Go Dept. (2014/05/28 10:00)
"The most shocking dystopian novel is the first one you read..."


Fail Upwards Dept. (2013/12/18 10:00)
We need dystopia to know how things can fall apart.


Royale Hunger Dept. (2012/03/23 10:15)
How dystopia is just our way of saying "if you seek a monument..."


Kallocain (Karin Boye) (2011/05/18 10:20)
There have traditionally been three great or at the very least formative dystopian novels of the 20th century: Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, George Orwell’s 1984 and Evgeny Zamyatin’s We. The first two are almost stereotypically familiar; in my case...

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