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Science Fiction

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Nausicäa of the Valley of the Wind

11 April 2019

Watching this film when I was young when it was called Warriors Of The Wind, this 80s sci-fi classic gets revisited years later in its unedited form showcasing beautiful animated landscapes and a strong, environmental storyline.

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Liquid Sky (DVD Re-issue)

7 January 2019

What brought me to giving Liquid Sky an entry here is the chance to finally watched likely how the film was intended, on a high-quality, restored version.

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Dr. Caligari & Remote Control

1 June 2015

These two cult films are very stylised 80s films that play a lot of colour and quirky plots but also take inspiration from novelty science fiction films.

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Gandahar & Les Maîtres Du Temps

10 December 2014

This is a Film Klub entry that covers two films: Les Maîtres Du Temps (1982) and Gandahar (1987) both created by the French animator René Laloux.

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Repo Man

6 December 2014

To kick this Film Klub section into some action, I thought I’d post a little overview about a great film in a category that I call “sci-fi punk”: Repo Man!

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Altered States

20 March 2014

Altered States, while keeping a lot of director Ken Russell‘s filmic trademarks, is a more sinister science-fiction based film.

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Bunker Palace Hôtel

17 February 2014

This is the first film by Enki Bilal, a French-Serbian graphic novelist whole directed only three or four films over the course of 25 years.

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A FEW BITS OF BALLARD IN FILM

5 September 2011

A brief note regarding a couple of lesser known film adaptations of works by J.G. Ballard, a highly influential british author known for writing classic dystopian, post-industrial fiction.

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“The year Is 2234, after the great world war…”

11 July 2010

“…the world has been totally annihilated by nuclear war and man’s greed. The earth’s surface has become an arid and scotched desert of sand and ash. Civilization has deteriorated into bands of nomadic warriors…”