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  1. eaglewingone

    Warp Drive Engine Could Suck Earth Into Black Hole

    Star Trek" makes faster-than-light travel look easy, but according to new calculations by Italian physicists, a warp drive could easily create a black hole that would incinerate any passengers on a space craft and then suck Earth into a black hole. "Warp drives are so far the best case scenario...
  2. Space2099

    Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets

    Space Odyssey: Voyage To The Planets (In America it is called Voyage to the Planets and Beyond) (2004 not 1986) Has anyone else seen this excellent BBC production? Its part Sci-Fi and part documentary. It about 2 hours in length and is split into two parts. If you haven't seen it I would...
  3. shadopilot

    Land Of The Lost DVD's

    Available at Amazon now. I preordered mine. LOL! I have no shame at all. Hey, when I was a kid I couldn't wait till Saturday mornings to watch this! Its like watching Space 1999 or UFO for the first time in 30+ years. Same feeling.
  4. eaglewingone

    Zardoz

    This the best sci-fi movie ever to feature Sean Connery loping about in a loincloth. Zardoz is an ambitious, visually arresting science fiction allegory from John Boorman, acclaimed director of Deliverance, Excalibur and The Tailor of Panama. The film is set in the year 2293. Most of Earth has...
  5. eaglewingone

    2001: A Space Odyssey

    This is probably the greatest film that has ever been made.It was nominated for four Academy Awards and received one for special effects.The film deals with elements of human evolution, technology, artificial intelligence, and extraterrestrial life, and is notable for scientific realism...
  6. eaglewingone

    A Clockwork Orange

    Stanley Kubrick dissects the nature of violence in this darkly ironic, near future satire, adapted from Anthony Burgess's novel, complete with "Nadsat" slang. Classical music,loving punk Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and his "Droogs" spend their nights getting high at the Korova Milkbar before...
  7. ironman1188

    The Robinson's: Lost in Space

    I just found this on youtube last night (in 5 parts). Its certainly not Irwin Allen's LiS but it was light years better than that abyssmal William Hurt nightmare. A bit slow in the start, I guess defended by character development, but it moved forward fairly well, even with a slight change in...
  8. T

    Flash Gordon (1980) questions

    I am quite interested to know any of the behind the scenes stories regarding this film. It is really quite a curious oddity and also a great looking film. A British Aerospace Hangar at Brooklands near Weybridge in England was apparently used in the film. From what I understand this was to film...
  9. saturnapollo

    New Red Dwarf

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7851989.stm
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