Amber Heard reveals how we’re introduced to Aquaman’s Mera. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau promises big things for Game of Thrones’ conclusion. The CW has revealed just when we’ll get to see its returning shows. Plus, some accidental casting news for Bond 25, and what’s to come on Preacher and Humans. Spoilers Now!
Rian Johnson discusses Poe’s journey in The Last Jedi. Shazam director David F. Sandberg braces for backlash over some of the film’s choices. The Man in the High Castle adds a new recurring character. Plus, tons of new Stranger Things teases, and new clips from Star Wars Rebels. Spoilers now!
Over the past two seasons, The Man in the High Castle has slowly delved into the idea of other realities, including our own (which Tagomi traveled to at the end of season one). But it looks like season three is going all-in: The multiverse is real, certain people can traverse it, and the Nazis are ready to invade.
We have a cryptic look at Avengers: Infinity War. A Star Wars rumor is debunked. Daenerys explains one thing she won’t be doing in season seven of Game of Thrones. We know when a slew of Marvel movies will begin filming. Re-Animator may be returning but not in the U.S. Is there more? So much more! Spoilers, hiyah!
In Peter Tieryas’ novel The United States of Japan, the United States loses the Second World War to Japan, and finds itself split between the invading Japanese army and Nazi Germany.
When Amazon.com dropped the pilot for their adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle, expectations ran high. The first episode was stunning, and the second episode was just as good. Now, the rest of the season explores just how fascism becomes engrained in a society.
Amazon released the pilot for Man in the High Castle for anyone to watch back in January, and now, they’ve released the second episode, Sunrise for the same treatment for this weekend only.
A couple of weeks ago, The Folio Society really blew our minds with the artwork for their edition of Philip K. Dick’s The Man In The High Castle. Recently, we had a chance to chat with the edition’s artist, Shan Jiang, and we got to check out some exclusive art that wasn’t used for the book.
Amazon has released a new trailer for their upcoming series The Man In The High Castle, and it shows off some chilling new footage along what we’ve already seen from its fantastic pilot. Get ready for a United States that is jointly occupied by Japan and Germany.
Amazon Prime has premiered its pilot of The Man In the High Castle. And good lord, we hope they make more, because it's great. Here's everything you need to know about the new series along with how it's different from Philip K. Dick's novel.
Amazon has released the pilot for their series translation of Philip K Dick's novel Man In The High Castle, set in an alternate universe where Germany and Japan won World War II. We were nervous at first, but so far, it looks great.
What if the Allies had lost World War II, the Nazis had been first to develop the atomic bomb, and the Germans and Japanese had carved up control of United States? That's the premise of the new streaming series from Amazon, The Man in the High Castle — an adaptation of the 1962 book by the same name. And the show is…
First they tried to drag us back to the 1960s with Austin Powers. Now they're doing it again with Men in Black III, whose plot time-jumps to the 1969 Apollo launch. But why go back to this world-changing decade with bad science fiction when you could mainline the good stuff? Here is a book list that will introduce…
Here are some gorgeous illustrations from the French science fiction compilation Club Du Livre D'Anticipation. Check out the works of Robert Heinlein and Philip K. Dick depicted by French artists like Moebius.
Ridley Scott is going back to the man who gave him one of his greatest movies, Blade Runner. What would the world look like if we'd lost World War II? Scott's Man in the High Castle miniseries will show us.
Philip K. Dick's 1963 Hugo-winning novel is an alternate, Nazi-filled version of what's now our past. But was it an accurate prediction of our present circumstances, too?
Philip K. Dick had a plan to bridge "mainstream experimental literature" and science fiction in 1962, he said in a 1975 interview. I can't help wondering what books would look like now if he'd succeeded.
MAKE: points to a new electro-fashion item: shirts that display randomly-generated I-Ching Hexagrams from the Book of Changes. Those who've read Philip K. Dick's classic alternate-history novel The Man in the High Castle know that the I-Ching makes many appearances there: it takes place partly in California after the…