oh my god! i want to be this graphic! :|



Available now, three gorgeous new rejackets of classic Philip K. Dick novels. They join their friends and other rejackets here

(via fuckyeahpkd)

Our posters.  About to head out into the wild.

The full production of 800 Words: The Transmigration of Philip K. Dick opens September 14 at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company in downtown Pittsburgh.

Friday will see the release of a new Total Recall, which aims to erase our memories of another movie called Total Recall. Do films remember other films wholesale? Or do films dream of electric films? In either case, it remains to be seen if Total Recall is a cinematic imposter of a Philip K. Dick story or is instead just the second variety of a well-worn 90’s action movie.

In the meantime, join me as I turn my scanner, darkly, toward all of the films made from Philip K. Dick’s work and try to figure out which of them are quality movies and which actually have something in common with the source material. I’ll give each movie two letter grades: one for being a good or bad movie and one for being faithful to the source material. (Note: faithful doesn’t always mean just following the plot, but capturing the themes and essence as well.)