BBC Home

Explore the BBC


23rd July 2014
Accessibility help
Text only
My Science Fiction Life

BBC Homepage

Contact Us


Like this page?
Send it to a friend!

 

Mind-Blowing

bionicsuper_ant writes about Blade Runner

Scott, Dick

1982

Film: Blade Runner.
Creator: Written by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples.Adapted from a Philip K. Dick novel Do androids dream of electric sheep

Neo-noir

Encapsulated. Would you recommend this? why?

I would recommend this because i think it marks the beginning of a new wave of films that show the dark side of the earth, a future where nothing is as bright as people imagine.

Time and Space: When and where I first encountered it

I came across this while I was taking GCSE English.

Recollection and revelations

For me it changed the way I thought about the future perhaps it's not going to be so bright.

Click Alert the moderator to this recollection if you see something on this page that breaks the house rules.

Related Comments...

Editorial Note: This conversation has been moved from 'Blade Runner' to 'Blade Runner'.

Added 10/04/2007
Comment from BBC auto-messages
Alert the moderator to this comment
Click on a comment that is inappropriate.

Highly recommended


We asked some of our top contributors to suggest their favourite tales on the site. Here's a few of the ones they picked:

paulvonscott likes this memory of Day of the Triffids
"It's great to be a thicky!"

Lostinthought recommends this writer on Ringworld
"Excellent piece on the book and author."

Eloise_R likes a contribution about The Chrysalids
"Couldn't have said it better myself, and didn't!"

Paulg1974 likes this wry take on Crime Traveller
"Things like this can only be made due to the unique way the BBC is funded..."

darrenhf liked this personal account of Red Dwarf
"Red Dwarf is part of a marriage now."

Sourdust appreciated an analysis of Invasion of the Body Snatchers
"Exposes the shallowness of the lazy critical orthodoxy."



About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy