We are a local video store in Palo Alto, California, with over 20,000 titles on DVD and Bluray. Unfortunately, we lost our lease and closed the store on El Camino Real. However, we are still in business. To rent, please check availiability and text 650-330-1201 to arrange a meetup near Palo Alto library on 1213 Newell Road. $4 for a week of rental period and we provide you with a postage-paid return mailer for free. A free delivery may also be arranged.
  Home  |   | Email: support@reddoormovies.com
SEARCH: 
 Welcome 
 Genres:
Action
Animation
Classic
Comedy
Cult
Documentary
Drama
Family
Foreign
Horror
Independent
Music
Romance
Sci-Fi
Sports
Suspense
Special Int
Television
War
Western
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Most Requested Directors
New Releases
Recently Added DVDs
Popular Independent
Criterion Collection
All Time Favorites
AFI 100
Staff Recommended A-M
Staff Recommended N-Z
Best of Contemporary Foreign Films
Best of British Film
Best of Documentary Films
Rental of the Day
Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival
Top Shakespeare Adaptations
Best of Avant Garde
Best of Romance
Select Sentimental
Cream of Comedy
Best Recent American Features
Movies by 40 Directors to watch
Best Cinematography
Masters of Montage
Hollywood Contemporary Classic
Cannes Winners
Vatican Picks
Best American Independent
Best of Science-Fiction
Tying the Knot
Top Film Noir
Best Foreign Classics
Best of Cult Films
Fathers and Sons
Meryl Streep Musts
Christmas
Flicks D'Amore
Easter
 


Gospel According to Philip K. Dick, The (2000)

ID: 13356
Rating:
Starring: Paul Williams Robert Anton Wilson Scott Apel Jay Kinney Ray Nelson
Director: Mark Steensland
Category: Documentary
Binders:
Genres:
Video: Standard 1.33:1 Color
Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles:
Length: 95 mins
Release Date: 2002-07-16
Rental: $ 4.00
Sale:

>> Review It




Philip K. Dick may be science fiction's greatest writer ever. His novels and stories continue to inspire a generation of filmmakers, writers, technophiles and philosophers. But for the last ten years of his life, he inhabited a reality stranger than the fiction he created. Hear about the mysterious break-in at his California home, the letter he thought would kill him, the series of visions he believed were Divinely inspired and the 8,000 page manuscript he wrote in an effort to unlock the meaning of it all.

Combining interviews with animation, a pulsating techno soundtrack, and rare audio recordings of PKD himself, the filmmakers have created a portrait that Film Threat calls "A labor of love, designed to appeal to fans and novices alike."

"Philip K. Dick inhabited a reality as surreal as those in the stories he wrote." - USA Today



© 2005-2012 reddoormovies.com All rights reserved.             Sunday October 21, 2018, 7:05 pm