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Philip K. Dick

In ‘Melancholia’ I start with the end. Because what is interesting is not what happens but how it happens! So we begin by seeing the world being crushed, then we can tell the story afterwards.

Lars Von Trier regarding his new scifi thriller Melancholia

2001 would give a little insight into my metaphysical interests… I’d be very surprised if the universe wasn’t full of an intelligence of an order that to us would seem God-like. I find it very exciting to have a semi-logical belief that there’s a great deal to the universe we don’t understand, and that there is an intelligence of an incredible magnitude outside the Earth. It’s something I’ve become more and more interested in. I find it a very exciting and satisfying hope.

Stanley Kubrick (via itsfullofstars)

Young William Gibson

Moon, 2009 (dir. Duncan Jones)



EXistenZ, 1999 (dir. David Cronenberg)

(a.k.a David Cronenberg’s version of The Matrix/Inception/etc.)