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Charlie Brooker Delays Writing New
Episodes for Humanity’s Sake
“I don’t know what stomach there would be for stories about societies falling apart.”
Tina Fey and Robert Carlock Take a ‘Mulligan’ Over at Netflix
The animated series takes place on a dystopian Earth rebuilding after an alien invasion.
If You Like
American Horror Story: Apocalypse
, Try These 5 Dystopia Movies
Don’t prep for civilization’s final days without sunscreen and a scarf.
The Darkest Minds
Is a Largely Incoherent Teen Dystopia
It’s hard to know what to care about in the adaptation of Alexandra Bracken’s mutants-on-the-run YA novel.
Where Are All the Celebrities in
The Handmaid’s Tale
I have so many questions about Oprah Winfrey’s cameo.
The Best Dystopian Hair Moments From the 1990
One word: scrunchies.
Why Don’t Dystopias Know How to Talk About Race?
Dystopian science fiction seeks to imagine humanity’s future, but misses something important that shapes our lives.
Angelica Jade Bastién
8 Dystopian TV Shows and Movies That Explore Race
Night of the Living Dead
The Best Dystopian Films Released Between
We look at the best bad futures brought to the screen between
100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction
Tales about a world gone wrong.
The Worst Part of Living in a Dystopia Would Be All the Bad TV Screens
We predicted the future, but we did not predict flat screens.
A Timeline of Postapocalyptic Dystopias That Didn’t Happen
, this isn’t the way the world ends.
Why Dystopian Movies Look So Much Like Our World
The fantasies of visionary filmmakers can be astonishingly earthbound.
Everything You’ll Need to Survive the Coming Apocalypse
Might we suggest some rather durable hankies?
Dystopian Books Are Everywhere This Year
The present moment has created an ambient hunger for alternate realities.
What American Movies Get Wrong About Tech Dystopias: We Love Them
There’s something vaguely opiatic about our films’ insistence that we will all resist powerful tech companies.
Creative Director Ponders Whether the Cars Killed All the Humans
Rise of the Planet of the Cars
The Handmaid’s Tale
Is the Latest Dystopian Novel to Become a Best Seller
That Super Bowl commercial worked.
Director George Miller Saw Trump Coming
“When you look at the political system it seems very dysfunctional and very sad.”
Writer Sad How Accurate the Movie Was
“I thought the worst thing that would come true was everyone wearing Crocs.”
YA Dystopian Films Have Become What They Hate
Conformist instruments of the ruling machine!
Here’s What You Need to Know About
The Maze Runner
Before You See It
Our guide, sort of.
E. Alex Jung
We’ve Reached Peak Dystopia, But Is It Possible to Imagine Utopia Anymore?
It’s possible to forget that Utopia came first, and dystopia was essentially its johnny-come-lately spinoff.
Adaptation in the Works
It’s dystopia all over again.