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The best science fiction movies from every decade.

Annie Kendall8 days ago
Movie Review: "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets"
I knew little of the plot of this movie when I went to see it. Something about a giant space station, a number of different aliens (including humans) that populated it, and the inevitable threat that ...
Alan Dobbins22 days ago
Four Sci-Fi Movies That Should Totally Get A Reboot
In general I hate the idea of rebooting or remaking a classic movie. They very rarely are as good as the original and come across as a lazily made cash grab which is exactly what they usually are. I m...
Kelly Hawksa month ago
Top 10 Sci-Fi Movies of the 1960s
While the ‘50s were the golden age of science fiction, the 60s were just as influential in today’s filmmaking. Many of the great 50s sci-fi flicks concentrated on aliens and monstrosities of science, ...
Kelly Hawksa month ago
Top 10 Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s
The 1950s are known as "The Golden Age of Science Fiction Films," although many of these films are known today as “B” rated movies. They are riddled with corny dialogue, poor screenplays, bad acting, ...
Kelly Hawksa month ago
Top 10 Sci-Fi Comedy Movies
In a world of weird, everyone needs a laugh. A variety of subgenres mesh well with science fiction, but comedy seems to add a new inventiveness to the whole equation. The seriousness of science and th...
Rich Monettia month ago
Jodorowsky’s Dune: What Might Have Been
Frank Herbert’s Dune is largely considered the Holy Grail of science fiction novels. Serving as a cross section study of politics, religion, ecology, technology, and human emotion, it has not lost its...
Worst Sci-Fi Couples of All Time
Science fiction has a lot of wonderful romances that fans love to see. Writers in the sci-fi genre generally end up being able to craft incredible stories about love in outer space, romancing while in...
John Tuttlea month ago
Ron Howard - Different from Your Usual Star Wars Directors
Ron Howard is well remembered for his major acting roles in TV series such as The Andy Griffith Show (1960-68) and Happy Days (1974-84); he also guest starred on numerous other popular classic shows i...
Ray Shikinami2 months ago
Top 70s Sci-Fi Cult Classic Movies
Bored of watching modern day rom-coms and mainstream plots? You might want to put on some sci-fi cult classics from the 1980s. Audiences back them seemed open to some pretty far-out movies, and some s...
Futurism Staff2 months ago
'Blade Runner 2049' Star Jared Leto Partners With Omni Magazine for Production Deal
This article originally appeared in Variety by Dave McNary on June 27th, 2017. Jared Leto is partnering with Omni Magazine in a deal to produce original content, Variety has learned exclusively. Jerri...
Corey Gittleman2 months ago
Kylo Ren is Too Emotional to Become the Most Powerful Sith Lord
When first meeting Kylo Ren, we hear the music of the First Order build up in anticipation as his ship makes its way down to the village. As he exits the ship and makes his way down its ramp through t...
Matthew Kresal2 months ago
So Ron Howard's Directing a Star Wars Movie...
In what might be a new record between rumor and official confirmation, Lucasfilm announced on June 22nd that Ron Howard would be taking over the directing duties on the (as yet still untitled) Han Sol...
Anthony Gramuglia2 months ago
Best Sci-Fi Cult Classics of All Time
Most people are familiar with the greatest films in the science fiction genre, but you might be hard-pressed to name any of the best sci-fi cult classics of all time. You may ask "what differentiates a cult classic from a regular old classic?" After all, both classics and cult classics have great lines, great scenes, a loyal fanbase. What's the difference? Cult classics are the dark horses of cinema – underrated by mainstream audiences. They either flopped at the box office or the film's marketi...
Riley Reese2 months ago
Most Powerful 'Star Wars' Villains
Star Wars is a series that has become the birthplace of many amazing characters, fandoms, and storylines. It is so vast that it even has its own set of unique planets, that some fans have studied in g...
Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
Most Realistic Alien Species in Sci-Fi
It doesn't take much to see how scientific discoveries have inspired sci-fi authors to create new worlds. Many famous science fiction authors wondered what life would be like on another planet after s...
Jay Sandlin2 months ago
The Jedi vs. Sith Symposium
Join an international panel of Star Wars Super Fans! We debate the theories of Snoke's identity in the future installments of the timeless saga. We have your host, Jay Sandlin (The Novel Comics) Brian Karasek (ChannelStarWars.com) Ryan Hunter of Scotland (Temple Master Alrune), and Twitter role players: @MasterJediMara and @MentorSkywalker of Ireland. In this episode, the cast recounts many theories about the identity of Supreme Leader Snoke from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. His role in the fut...
Nathan Istvan2 months ago
The Star Trek: Discovery Debacle
The above trailer has sparked such a controversy among its viewer base that it would be nigh-impossible to fairly describe the whole affair in any short time. I'll try nevertheless, concentrating on my own thoughts concerning the subject. You see, after watching this trailer from start to finish for the first time, the first thing that came into my mind was something along the lines of, "Well, that looks awful. Let's hope they don't screw up the actual show." I would soon find out that the major...
Jay Sandlin2 months ago
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
From Author and Historian Jay Sandlin: I break down the trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Includes a scene-by-scene analysis, Star Wars history, and my fun props. @JSandlinWriter; JaySandlinWriter.com TheNovelComics.com #JediMullet Welcome to "The Last Jedi" trailer analysis. You can find me on twitter @JSandlinWriter. I am also the creator of The Novel Comics. Rey begins the trailer with a "jump" moment during her training. This tricky perspective shot is meant to trick us into believing we...