Earlier this year Amazon Studios teased the forthcoming Philip K. Dick TV series “The Man In The High Castle” at San Diego Comic Con. Now it’s about to launch, this Friday, November 20th, and the Wall Street Journal ponders why it took so long for Dick’s pantheon of work to make it to television:
… Read the rest
Thirty-three years after his death, Philip K. Dick, the mad genius of science fiction, has finally come to television.
Mr. Dick’s stories of shifting realities, frayed perceptions and what it means to be human have been the source of at least 11 film adaptations such as “Blade Runner” and “Total Recall.” This fall, his work is being adapted for TV for the first time. “The Man in the High Castle,” a series based on his 1962 novel, makes its debut Friday on Amazon Prime. “Minority Report,” a TV sequel to the 2002 film based on one of Mr.