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Miguel E. Santillán
Last Visit: 29 weeks ago
Miguel E. Santillán
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"Videodrome: Days of O'Blivion", is an upcoming novel written by my talented british friend Lee McGeorge. The novel is a prequel of David Cronenberg's masterpice "Videodrome" from 1983, starring James Woods, Sonja Smits, and Debbie Harry.
If you haven't seen the movie yet, you definitely must take a look at it! Videodrome anounced the internet, and our complicated relation with it. It predicted that “in the future, everyone will have special names” same as you have a pseudonym you use when online. It also predicted youtube, google, the violent on-line content and the symbiotic/parasitic/addictive relationship that we have with technology and media at the XXI Century. It is a fascinating movie that Andy Warhol once described as "The Clockwork Orange of the 1980s".
As a Videodrome fan, I assure you that the novel is 100% loyal to the spirit of the movie. If you are a fan of the film or a fan of David Cronenber's films (Shivers, The Brood, The Fly, Dead Ringers, Naked Lunch, Spider, Crash, eXistenZ, A History of Violence, Maps to the Stars, M. Butterfly, Cosmopolis, A Dangerous Method, The Dead Zone, and his novel Consumed) , you're gonna love it. Also, "Videodrome: Days of O'Blivion" is the world's first internet connected book! Follow this link to learn more about that!