Over a Century of Sci-Fi Movies

I’m going on a quest.  The science fiction genre of films began all the way back in 1902 with a silent movie called Le Voyage dans la Lune, or A Trip to the Moon.  It’s about a trip to the moon.

Come with me now on a journey through time and space... (img: ro-stock.deviantart.com)

One hundred and eleven (is that right? I think that’s right… I only have a Maths degree and all…)years later, here we are in 2012.  Apart from a few blips in the very early years, there’s been a great haul of sci-fi movies released every year in between.  Some are regarded as classics, included in all those ‘x Science Fiction Films to See Before You Die’ books, some are pretty much left on the discard pile of cinema.  I’ll be choosing one from every single year that has a choice to give, and I’ll be choosing one that seems to come most highly recommended by the community at large.

So, without further ado, here we go!  I’ll be updating whenever I watch one with my thoughts and a bit about the film, and it’ll all be kept in one place – here.

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2 Responses to Over a Century of Sci-Fi Movies

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