THE BEST Westworld

The First Westworld

The First Westworld

(PG-13: Language) Westworld just returned for its third season, and is off to a typically cryptic start. But 43 years before HBO’s hit sci-fi drama appeared, there was a movie version of Michael Crichton’s dystopian story. While it was pretty creepy in its day, and had some promising ideas, Mr. Sunday Movies is here to laugh at its many flaws.

Toyworld

Toyworld

Imagine for a moment that the toys in the Toy Story franchise weren’t alive in the way Pixar wants us to believe they are, and instead are synthetic hosts created by the Delos Corporation. Nico Bellamy shares that vision with us in his hilariously dark mashup trailer of Toy Story and Westworld.

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Westworld Season 3 (Trailer 3)

Westworld Season 3 (Trailer 3)

(PG-13: Language) As Maeve and Dolores make their way deeper into the real world, their presence begins to threaten the very existence of humanity. Will the Man in Black be our savior, or our undoing? And what’s with the world with the Nazi flag? All will be revealed soon, with the season kicking off 3/15/20 on HBO.

Westworld Season 3 (Trailer 2)

Westworld Season 3 (Trailer 2)

The upcoming season of HBO’s Westworld sees Dolores trying to make a life for herself in the real world, and coming to realize that her supposed freedom isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. The trailer also includes a brief look at what appears to be a new WWII-inspired theme park, filled with what we presume are Nazi hosts.

Westworld Season 3 (Trailer)

Westworld Season 3 (Trailer)

HBO’s creepy sci-fi series kicks off its next season not behind the walls of Westworld, but on the streets of the big city. While the trailer is a bit cryptic – it appears that Aaron Paul plays a disillusioned man who longs for something real in the cold and sterile future. Be careful what you wish for.

Westeros World

Westeros World

We’ve often wondered if the big payoff for Game of Thrones would be that it’s actually one of the worlds in Westworld, and Jon Snow is a host. GillesKontrol must have wondered the same thing, and imagines the opening title sequence to what could be HBO’s ultimate spin-off.

Sesame Street x HBO

Sesame Street x HBO

Sesame Street asks us to be more respectful of one another with a duo of amusing parodies of HBO dramas, featuring the actual stars and sets from the shows. While the Game of Thrones one has gone viral, we think the Westworld one is even better in our opinion.

Westworld Maze Prop Replica

Westworld Maze Prop Replica

The maze wasn’t meant for the Man in Black, but it can be yours thanks to ThinkGeek and GameStop. Their officially-licensed replica of Westworld‘s iconic symbol is based on the actual prop used in the show as well as digital assets.

Westworld Mobile Game

Westworld Mobile Game

Fans of HBO’s hit series will have something to keep them occupied between seasons. This sim game puts you in charge of a Delos simulation as you release and maintain hosts, attempt to keep the whole place from descending into madness. On Android and iOS devices.

Westworld Theme: Live Cover

Westworld Theme: Live Cover

Just in time to get us in the mood for Season 2 to debut, musicians Brooklyn Duo and Cicely Parnas turn in an amazing live performance of Ramin Djawadi’s intense main theme from HBO’s Westworld. Be sure to check out their Bach Cello Suite No. 1, if you get a chance.

Westworld Season 2 (Trailer 3)

Westworld Season 2 (Trailer 3)

“She’s something we programmed. She’s not real.” Delos Incorporated’s hosts are ready to sieze the freedom they demand by any means necessary in the second season of HBO’s incredible drama, as the lines between the real world and Westworld become further blurred.

Westworld & Solving The Pathetic Fallacy

Westworld & Solving The Pathetic Fallacy

(Spoilers) Science fiction often relies on the idea that robotic uprisings come from androids gaining human-like emotions. Trekspertise provides their thoughts on why Westworld’s approach is more compelling and believable in this excellent video essay.

Westworld Season 1 Explained

Westworld Season 1 Explained

(PG-13) “…a killing. This time by choice.” With Westworld‘s second season only a couple of months away, fiction historian Alt Shift X took a good look at the show’s debut and explains what Ford, Weber, Dolores and company were thinking.

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Westworld Season 2 (Trailer 2)

Westworld Season 2 (Trailer 2)

The way things were left at the end of last season, it was pretty clear that things were just about to start getting really bad for the humans, and a bit better for the hosts. Dolores and the rest of her kind start to claim what’s rightfully theirs when the new season premieres.

Westworld Season 2 (Trailer)

Westworld Season 2 (Trailer)

After the way season one wrapped up, all hell breaks loose in the theme park, as The Man in Black finally gets his wish for a Westworld with real consequences. This doesn’t look like anything to us.

Westworld: Western Cover

Westworld: Western Cover

Inspired by Ennio Morricone’s classic score from The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, musician Iacovos gave the theme song from HBO’s science fiction hit Westworld a proper wild West feel, adding twangy guitar, tambourine, along with an assertive chant.

City Slickers in Westworld

City Slickers in Westworld

(PG-13: Language) Funny or Die nailed it with this hilarious parody of Westworld, in which Billy Crystal and Daniel Stern’s characters from City Slickers are actually hosts in Robert Ford and Arnold Weber’s dystopian themepark. Limit your witty affect, please.

A Westworld Commercial Break

A Westworld Commercial Break

While we’re waiting more than a year for Westworld to return, sit back and enjoy this brief commercial interruption, featuring a series of ads starring cast members from the hit HBO drama. Makes you wonder if hosts are already living among us.

Westworld ’80s Trailer

Westworld ’80s Trailer

YouTuber MessyPandas imagines what the title sequence of HBO’s Westworld would be like if it came out in the decade after the original movie. He even made synthwave¬†versions of the title theme as well as a couple of tracks from the show’s score.

Westworld Theme: A Capella

Westworld Theme: A Capella

We’re going to have to wait all the way until 2018 to find out what happens next on Westworld, but for today, we’ve got The Warp Zone’s richly-layered vocal rendition of Ramin Djawadi’s latest earworm of a theme song from our new favorite TV series.

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Westworld: Every Mysterious Question

Westworld: Every Mysterious Question

(Spoilers, PG-13) Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality? Fans of Westworld will want to watch this season one montage from Burger Fiction. Not every question was answered, but the show is doing a much better job clueing us in than Lost ever did.

Westworld: Metal Cover

Westworld: Metal Cover

Musician 331Erock cranks out an energetic electric guitar cover version of Ramin Djawadi’s hypnotic opening theme from the hit HBO series Westworld. We can’t get the image of a freshly-printed host being bathed in milky white liquid out of our minds now.

Westworld Season 1 OST EP

Westworld Season 1 OST EP

You don’t have to go to Westworld to enjoy its player piano saloon songs. Warner Bros. has released the title theme as well as some of the covers featured in HBO’s series, all by by Ramin Djawadi, the same composer behind Iron Man, Game of Thrones and Pacific Rim.

Westworld (Trailer)

Westworld (Trailer)

(PG-13) HBO gives us a better look at the A.I.-filled western theme park featured in their upcoming sci-fi/horror series, based on the classic 1973 Michael Crichton film. The process of making synthetic humans looks especially creepy this time around.

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