Charlie starts noticing his dad seems like someone else. Then everybody else seems like someone else, too.
What’s worth more: your security, false or otherwise, or independence?
After a decade, the Autofac is a company with total control over the means of production. A group of humans fight its cybernetic automation.
A woman’s husband comes back home from war on another planet a wholly changed man. But is it for the better?
A factory worker named Philbert sees his life change after the Candidate in a uniparty election makes a terrifying, violent statement on live TV.
A policewoman named Sarah shares the virtual reality headspace of George, a software designer. They both chase a killer.
Ed is gradually conned into doing illegal business with a synthetic woman, in hopes to change his life for the better.
Ed Jacobson works at a train station, soon becoming obsessed with one commuter’s destination: a place which doesn’t exist.
Astral Dreams takes people on… vacations, in space. Or, they say so. When an old woman wants to go to a decimated Earth, they agree for a hefty price.
“The Hood Maker” explores a world divided, questioning whether love still has a place amongst all the hate.
Minority Report. 2002. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Screenplay by Jon Cohen & Scott Frank; based on the short story of the same name by Philip K. Dick. Starring Tom Cruise, Max von Sydow, Steve Harris, Neal McDonough, Patrick Kilpatrick, Jessica Capshaw, Anna Maria Horsford, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Tim Blake Nelson, Lois Smith, Mike Binder,Continue reading “Minority Report’s Speculative Fiction is All Kinds of Awesome”