Views of an AI imagines a film in the Blade Runner universe, but in the style of Fritz Lang, the man behind the 1927 cinematic masterpiece Metropolis. Like Ridley Scott’s original, it follows the story of a man who retires replicants and falls in love with one, then adds a new layer about a rebellion against the ruling class who created these androids.
This action-packed Korean sci-fi series envisions a future where only 1% of the population survives catastrophic climate change. While a handful of elites live underground, those on the dusty and dystopian surface rely on deliverymen to bring them critical supplies and fight off raiders. Coming to Netflix 5.12.2023.
Based on the books by Hugh C. Howey, this sci-fi series takes place in an underground community known as the Silo. Its occupants are left in the dark about who built the Silo, what happened on the surface, and how long ago it happened. Now, one resident is about to uncover the truth. Premieres 5.5.23 on Apple TV+.
Mad Media’s Blade Runner and Road Warrior-inspired cinematic product film envisions a dystopian future where people flee cities and set up camps. The tribes put down their weapons and battle it out in their UTVs to win resources. At the heart of the film is an awesome custom-built UTV known as The Orion Car.
After humanity has met its end, what will happen to the machines we leave behind? Michael Dockery’s eerie animated short film imagines just that, as robots roam a desolated Earth, left to their own devices, endlessly downloading old information and destroying their own kind as they search for a purpose.
Filmmaker David James Armsby’s short film drops us into a creepy universe in which families are forced into their monotonous daily routines until they are no longer deemed “pretty” by their robotic overlords. If you enjoyed this dark and dystopian vision, bve sure to watch the rest of the Autodale series.