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The Philip K. Dick Retrospective Series
Hollywood's biggest directors and actors have always been drawn to the dark and paranoid science fiction of author Philip K. Dick, from Ridley Scott's Blade Runner to Arnold Schwarzenegger's Total Recall to the upcoming Matt Damon film The Adjustment Bureau. Join Now Playing as Brock, Jakob, and Stuart delve into the mind of this imaginative writer and evaluate each big screen adaptation of his books and short stories.
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3.9 stars from 26 ratings
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foxfurnebula via Apple Podcasts · Russia · 02/03/15
Amazing
I absolutely love these podcasts they are the best around and really funny as well as informative
jayne_doe via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/04/11
Not very insightful :(
This podcast is proof anybody can make a podcast but not everyone should. It tries to be insightful but just comes across as arrogant. The attempts to make connections with the original books demonstrate a lack of understanding of Philip K Dick and the worlds he created. I tried to like these...Read full review »
christy's tunes via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/11
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