I liked the first Dune books before the author must have slipped too many magic mushrooms in with the rest of an unhealthy diet... :rolleyes: I am more than a little crazy myself but I like at least a semblance of coherence.
Bladerunner is an awesome movie. Just like the old Star Wars ones and Gattaca it pretty much defined the genre. Now I have to find all of it and watch it...
Hmm if I should add something here it would be the works of William Gibson, the genius who created cyberpunk. Most of his stuff is really worth a read or two :)
On DUNE, isn't that how series generally go too? I hateit!
Yes, you're Mad, Ben, but lovablemad. :D
Yep, liked Star Wars, funstuff. :) Remember liking Gattaca, but too vague now.
I love a million sci-fi movies, too many to leave here, heh.
William Gibson--duly noTed.--What's cyberpunk? :huh:
the fastest way to describe cyberpunk would be "high tech and low life"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberpunk
The concepts behind 'Predator' and 'Alien' rock. (Not against each other, that was just silly.)
Getting more towards the fantasy side of sci-fi, the thinking behind The Matrix has be tops. Everything is an illusion, nothing is real. I can't fault that. (And if I found a fault it would just be a glitch in the Matrix.) :blink:
Matrix (the first) is still one of my big favs. It's cyberpunk at its peak and at its best B)