Every Episode Of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, Ranked From Worst To Best
Amazon’s sci-fi anthology series has some hits and some misses across its 10-episode season.
Top 10 Sci Fi Scenes from Electric Dreams | Prime Video
Philip K. Dick be like: I know a place and then take you to the intersection of science and fiction. We rounded up the 10 best moments for sci-fi lovers from the 2017 series Electric Dreams. Stream Electric Dreams now, only on Prime Video.
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Based on the short stories from one of science fiction’s most prolific authors, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams explores humanity in 10 standalone episodes. From 5 to 5000 years in the future, each story in the anthology will question what it means to be human in uniquely ambitious, grounded, yet fantastical worlds.
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Behind the Scenes of “Kill All Others” From “Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams”
Vera Farmiga, Mel Rodriguez, and Director Dee Rees discuss the making of the episode “Kill All Others,” based on the Philip K. Dick short story “The Hanging Stranger.”
Philip K. Dick: Philosophical Pulp Poet
His stories have been adapted into blockbuster films such as Blade Runner, Total Recall, and The Minority Report—but his life and experiences are even stranger than the Science Fiction that he wrote. With newly adapted shows such as The Man in the High Castle and Electric Dreams, we’ll take a look the the life and philosophies of a writer who rode the Multiverse and saw different realties—and sometimes lived them.
Electric Dreams || Impossible Planet Review
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Here is a small review on the second episode ‘The Impossible Planet’ of the anthology series Electric Dreams on Channel 4.
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