A bittersweet episode of thrilling drama, ‘The Commuter’. The third out of ten, in the sci-fi anthology by Phillip K. Dick has aired and was a brilliant addition to the odd scope of Electric Dreams. Set in a modern day railway station and town in England, ‘The Commuter’ is a brilliant episode and throws a spanner in the works as a result of the odd, modern day setting. . A hardworking father whose son suffers from psychosis discovers a land of liberty and expression where he escapes from reality. Working…
A rather poignant love story hinged upon forbidden lovers in the second instalment of Electric Dreams. With Jay Reynor playing the protagonist Brian Norton, the lesser known of the massive cast of Electric Dreams, the second instalment of the anthology was superbly entertaining and thrilling like the first episode ‘The Hoodmaker’. Andrews and his employee, Brian Norton, work as a low-income space touring duo. When a deaf, old woman, Irma Louise, accompanied by her robot, RB29, request to view Earth, the duo are enticed to take them by a large…
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