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My Top Ten Favorite Snowy Science Fiction Movies

There are quite a few science fiction films that take place in the Arctic (North Pole) or the Antarctic (South Pole), or just generally snowy environments. Here are my top 10 favorites. 1. Dreamcatcher (2003) – A really strange but … Continue reading

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Three Interesting Signs

I enjoy Las Vegas – for anyone who likes psychology, sociology, and mathematics, Las Vegas has all kinds of interesting weirdness. Here are three images from a recent trip. I was staying at the Planet Hollywood hotel. Here’s what I … Continue reading

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My Top Ten Favorite Wild Wild West TV Episodes

The Wild Wild West TV show ran four seasons from 1965 to 1969 (104 episodes). It was basically James Bond set in the 1870s (just after the Civil War) where Secret Service agents Jim West (played by Robert Conrad, all … Continue reading

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My Top Ten Favorite Subterranean Science Fiction Movies

An interesting sub-genre of science fiction films (to me anyway) are films that take place mostly underground. There are more such films than you might expect. Here are my top 10 favorite subterranean science fiction movies. 1. The Cave (2005) … Continue reading

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My Top Ten Favorite Movies that Feature Atlantis

I saw the movie “Atlantis the Lost Continent” (1961) when I was young and it made a big impression on me and got me waiting for more films about Atlantis. Unfortunately, that 1961 film remains by far (in my opinion) … Continue reading

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My Top Ten Favorite Alien Invasion Movies

I am a big fan of science fiction movies. One of my favorite sub-genres of sci-fi is alien invasion movies. There are a surprisingly large number of movies with this theme. Here are my 10 favorites, meaning that if I … Continue reading

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My Top Ten Science Fiction Sea Monster Movies

There are quite a few science fiction movies that feature sea creatures. Most aren’t very good, but there are a handful of classics. Here are my ten favorites. 1. The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953) – An atomic bomb test … Continue reading

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