Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-09-17
  • Advisory Rating: Caution
  • Episodes: 10
  • iTunes Price: GBP 8.99
  • iTunes HD Price: GBP 9.99
From 43 Ratings


Epic, ambitious and moving tales inspired by Philip K Dick's short stories and set in different worlds - some distant, others much closer to home - but all exploring the significance of humanity.


Title Time Price
1 The Hood Maker 52:18 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Impossible Planet 48:18 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
3 The Commuter 48:14 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Crazy Diamond 48:25 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Real Life 47:19 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Human Is 46:59 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
7 The Father Thing 45:58 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Autofac 48:32 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
9 Safe and Sound 47:03 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes
10 Kill All Others 46:27 GBP 0.99 Buy on iTunes


  • Proving Why Dick Is the Best!

    There have been many TV or film adaptations of Philip K Dick’s work, all with mixed results. His stories are so tempting to use, and easy to relate to, as they are so futuristic (and almost prophetic in some ways). I first read the compilation of these stories along with the episodes being broadcast, and while a few are wildly different, most hit the mark. Even those massively changed keep the original theme or motto of what Dick was getting at! I actually think British TV is in a great place, and this didn’t look or feel cheap at all to me (contrary to other reviews on here).
  • What PKD fans have been waiting for

    By Digpu55
    I've only seen Episodes 1 and 2, as the rest aren't out yet. But so far this is excellent. As a committed PKD fan I've been waiting for visual effects to get realistic enough to represent the fantastic worlds he creates in his writing and Electric Dreams has hit the spot. So far the series has delivered everything I was hoping for. The worlds are gritty and believable and the stories are well adapted for screen, but most importantly the directors and actors have captured real humanity in these tales. This is what makes PKD a great sci-fi writer and I really hope the series continues the way it started, with immediate and powerful human stories set in a confusing and exciting futuristic universe.
  • What is wrong with British TV?

    By Aleph321
    Looks like it was made with a budget of tens of pounds. Flat, unimaginative presentation, poor sound quality, insulting to the intelligence. Please stop wasting money on these things. Make fewer and better.