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Trailer For Movie Adaptation Of Philip K. Dick’s ‘Radio Free Albemuth’


Trailer For Movie Adaptation Of Philip K. Dick’s ‘Radio Free Albemuth’

We’ve got our first official trailer for Radio Free Albemuth, an upcoming science fiction film based on Philip K. Dick’s novel of the same name. Dick, of course, is the author whose work has spawned about a zillion movies you know and love, like Bladerunner, A Scanner Darkly, Minority Report and a bunch more.
The film [...]

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SF & Fantasy

Cage Match 2014: Round 1: John Anderton vs Sookie Stackhouse: Screen


Sookie Stackhouse and John Anderton are adapted from screen to site in Round One of Suvudu Cage Match.

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SF & Fantasy

Cage Match 2014: Round 1: Sonmi-451 vs John Anderton: Page


John Anderton of Minority Report infamy and Somni-451 whom we came to know in Cloud Atlas come head to head in our from-the-page cage match.

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Cage Match 2014: Round 1: Arya Stark vs Rick Deckard: Page


Arya Stark faces down Blade Runner Rick Deckard – which one emerges victorious?

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Cage Match 2014: Round 1: Beorn vs Rick Deckard: Screen


How will a hard-boiled detective fare against a massive shapeshifter? Find out inside!

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SF & Fantasy

Suvudu’s PKD Award Nominee Interviews: Carlos J. Cortes


Carlos J. Cortes’s novel, The Prisoner, has been nominated for the 2010 Philip K. Dick Award for distinguished science fiction published in paperback original form in the United States. Following his nomination, we posed a few questions to the author and the result is the interview below.
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Suvudu’s PKD Award Nominee Interviews: Daryl Gregory


Daryl Gregory’s novel, The Devil’s Alphabet, has been nominated for the 2010 Philip K. Dick Award for distinguished science fiction published in paperback original form in the United States. Following his nomination, we posed a few questions to the author and the result is the interview below.
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Contest: Suvudu’s Philip K. Dick Award Contest


Here at Random House and Suvudu, we’re celebrating the nomination of three of our titles for this year’s Philip K. Dick award. In case you’re not familiar with the award, the PKD award is given out every year to a title that symbolizes “distinguished science fiction
books published for the first time in the United States [...]

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Get LOST Reading


My personal favorite top five best things about abc’s TV show LOST are as follows:

5) The smoke monster sounds like an NYC taxi cab4) Wide range of well-developed characters3) Riveting cliffhangers and mind-blowing plot twists2) Exotic island locale1) Josh Holloway

You’ll notice that I listed Josh Holloway (who plays Sawyer) as the single greatest thing about LOST [...]

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Philip K Dick’s Androids to be Comic-ized


It is perhaps Philip K Dick’s most popular works and this summer Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep will be given the full graphic treatment by BOOM! Studios. If that title isn’t familiar to you, then perhaps you’ve seen or heard of the movie it inspired: Blade Runner.
But this isn’t some half summarized adaptation [...]

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