For our first edition of Gamebox 2.0 in 2019, we’ve played a handful of old favorites making a return for a new generation, whether it’s massive compilation collections or full remakes. We got to explore some creative indie titles that we finally got around to trying between the holidays and an early preview of a […]
Inspired by early 90’s Internet culture and the works of authors like Neal Stephenson and William Gibson, Billy Idol created a concept album called Cyberpunk in 1993 which featured the single, “Shock to the System”, where Idol becomes a cyborg who battles the corrupt “Cyber-Cops” in future Los Angeles.
Duncan Jones is back with a “spiritual successor” to his debut film, Moon, the Blade Runneresque Mute, where Alexander Skarsgard plays a bartender in 2052 Berlin who goes on a hunt for his missing girlfriend and runs afoul of the local criminal gang.
Based on the novel by Richard Morgan, Altered Carbon is a cyberpunk mystery where society learned centuries ago how to transfer the mind into a new body, making death a thing of the past. An imprisoned soldier, Takeshi Kovacs, is released into a new body after hundreds of years “on ice” to solve the murder of a rich aristocrat.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Joe’s experience at EA’s first press screening, diabolical Bond villains, time traveling Tom Hanks, the best Three Stooges movie ever(?), Kickboxer vs Bloodsport and much more.