If you haven't heard of the new Blade Runner movie yet, then you've truly been living under a rock. The first movie released in 1982 is now finally accompanied with an even grander, more intricate sequel.
Blade Runner 2049 is set thirty years after the first film, where Ryan Gosling plays K, the blade runner uncovering secrets of a war between humans and replicants (biorobotic andriods). This movie has surpassed everyone's understanding of the film series, and the novel by Philip K. Dick it's loosely based. This is truly a movie you don't want to miss!
Coding is the way of the future, and is an integral part of all future tech
Blade Runner is based loosely off "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"
“This is truly a movie you don't want to miss!”
Many of the visuals in Blade Runner look a lot like this
The new Blade Runner was in competition with the release of Star Wars VIII
Blade Runner 2049 takes place in a futuristic, tech oriented world
I was thinking of checking out Dragon Con this year, but I'm unsure if it's worth it, having to buy tickets, hotel, plane tickets, food, etc. Has anyone been who can shed a little light on the convention?
I am a huge fan of The X-Files. I know the show isn't necessarily linked to Roswell, but I've become obsessed with anything UFO related. So when I had to drive my daughter across country, I had to stop in Roswell, NM.
The Boston Dynamics robots are here. They aren't a pipe dream, they're real and can walk and run and get pushed with a hockey stick and not drop their box. This is no longer a "what if" scenario but a "when will" one.