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Re: 7th Annual Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge List Thread

Goal:
60 Movies

Legend:

* = FTV

Wife's Thoughts In Blue
- July 1st -
1.) - 4.)
The Event S01E01-08 (2010) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: NBC's answer to Lost is somewhat compelling but feels very dated and derivative of it's peers. It almost feels like a lower-end X-Files spin off. And, while entertaining, I have yet to get that 'oh my god I have to watch the next episode' feeling. So I can see why it only made the one season. I was way more invested in one season Lost clone FlashForward than with this. Who knows though maybe it will pick up a bit, and hey it's was only $5 for the entire series at Big Lots, so entertainment per dollar value is pretty good.
(3.5 out of 5)
- July 2nd -
5.) - 11.)
The Event S01E09-22 (2010-2011) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: Hey Tulsa! A lot of the characters are starting to actively annoy me at this point. And I think if I had been watching this first run I would not be so inclined to continue catching episodes. For a show about an alien invasion this is really standard terrorist stuff. It was passable but I am somewhat relieved to be through this content. If you are pondering getting this might I recommend instead trying Terra Nova, FlashForward, First Wave or even Jericho. The last episode goes out with a bang but it too little too late.
(3 out of 5)
12.)
Outland (1981) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: How have I never seen this before? It's like a movie set in the Alien universe without the Aliens. Add to that; Sean Connery, killer future 5hr Energy & multiple scanner style decompression explosions and you have a pretty fun little movie. Most of it doesn't really hold up to cross examination but it doesn't have to. It was oddly fitting that I stayed up way too late to watch this movie, didn't get enough sleep and had to dose myself with 5hr Energy just make it though the day. 2 bottles later I can relate to the guys who flipped out in the movie.
(4 out of 5)
- July 3rd -
13.)
Virtual Encounters (1996) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: What? Isn't everyone watching softcore pseudo sci-fi straight to video trash this challenge? Using a very VR-5 rig a woman gets to work out her sexual proclivities. How come the whole internet visor thing from the 90's never really panned out? It seemed so much like the future at one point. On a studio level I do have fond memories of renting several of these Surrender Cinema movies as a kid. Back when the internet was dial up, this is what you watched. It was trash but fun to relive again, even if my wife did keep walking by and making fun of me.
(3 out of 5)
14.)
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes (2011) (Blu-Ray)**
My Thoughts: I can't believe I have waited so long to see this. A fantastic reboot of the series that combines a little Contagion with Link, Monkey Shines, Spider-Man and of course a healthy dose of it's namesake. I would have really liked this to be a hard R, it would have played much more menacing and have been way more effective in my opinion. They skirted with chimp rage a bit in this but didn't even close to the horror stories you hear about. I am officially pumped to see the sequel.
(4 out of 5)
My Wife's Thoughts: Great movie, I enjoyed a lot. I want to see sequel. Sometime animal is smarter... no a lot of time animal is smarter than human being. But human does not know that. I want to have Caesar, ride Caesar's back.
(4 out of 5)
- July 4th -
15.)
Commentary For Outland (1981) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: A bit of a bland commentary that mostly boiled down to 'I loved working with Sean Connery' punctuated by long stretches of silence. A few interesting remembrances here and there but not really worth a listen. Now if Connery had done the commentary... has he? I need to look that up now.
(2.5 out of 5)
- July 5th -
16.)
The Wolverine (Extended Cut) (2013) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: I watched The Wolverine in the theater for the last Summer Sci-Fi challenge but going back to see what I said about it I see that I fell off the horse in regards to reviews. I can say that this movie is deeply satisfying, having my favorite comic book protaganist in my favorite country and this extended cut was no different. I kept waiting to see scenes that meandered a bit too long or had weird audio queues but everything fit quite nicely, this should have been the release product. Nothing crazy amazing like some of the deleted scenes in Shyamalan's early movies (22 seconds), regardless it is a better fleshed out story now. This is a movie that speaks to me.
(4.5 out of 5)
- July 6th -
17.)
Commentary For The Wolverine (2013) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: Ah now here is a commentary, excellent running dialog about the feature with a lot of insight into story and themes. Personally I prefer on set remembrances but it is fitting for a property like this.
(x out of 5)
- July 7th -
18.) - 22.)
Planet Of The Apes S01E01-08 (1974) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: Kind of like The Incredible Hulk tv series, if the Hulk was an astronaut set down in the Planet of the Apes. This time around the humans can talk and are more of a slave class, with lots of parallels to modern slavery. There is even an instance where an ape puts on white face and pretends to be a human. A very satisfying series for fans of the franchise even if it is obviously done on the cheap. I really like the seed they planted with the advanced civilization leaving technology cashes, kind of reminds me a bit of Fallout. This show is really growing on my but I am a bit depressed that there are only 6 more episodes.
(3.5 out of 5)
- July 8th -
23.) - 25.)
Planet Of The Apes S01E09-14 (1974) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: A few more decent episodes, this could have been a great tv series if they had gone a little more plot based with the trying to find all the old technology caches. And maybe they would have if the show had gone on longer than half a season. As it was though they were still interesting one off episodes. The problem with this series as opposed to the movies is having the humans being more than beasts. Just like with the 2001 remake it just didn't make sense that humans would be so docile under such servitude. Still, required viewing for any Planet of The Apes Fan.
(3.5 out of 5)
- July 9th -
26.)
The Monster That Challenged The World (1957) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: Reminded me heavily of The Creeping Terror, only bearable. Everyone's reaction to the creature is laughably bad but otherwise this faired so much better than former. There was one thing that bothered me though, why did no one in the Navy have a gun? I know it was primarily featured Navel Intelligence but still the lack of shooting rather lumber-some creature seemed like a pretty major oversight. As far as schlocky 50's monster movies go this one is towards the top of the heap.
(3 out of 5)
- July 10th -
27.)
Total Recall (Extended Director's Cut) (2012) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: I think I could have quite enjoyed this movie if it hadn't tried to be a remake of one of the great Verhoeven films. Great effects, a fantastic future chase scene that I think easily outdid the one in Minority Report and I loved the dystopian setting and Orson Wells-esk big brother government. But it seemed that every time it hit a plot point from the original I got more and more disappointed. A wasted chance at great sci-fi, I think I need to go watch the original again.
(3 out of 5)
- July 11th -
28.) - 30.)
The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III (2001) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: I rather enjoyed this, a collection of sci-fi period piece short stories woven together by this HG Wells as sort of old school paranormal investigator plot device. Had a charming old school British TV feel with some compelling stories. Are these all Well's short? Because if so I need to start reading some HG Wells.
(4 out of 5)
31.)
Total Recall (1990) (DVD)
My Thoughts: First off, I have a love hate relationship with this unique DVD case. I love how it's so kooky and it's got the then omnipresent mars face but it's impractical to store unless you intend on displaying it. There is really no comparison here, this version is vastly superior. It's more interesting, has cooler locals/effects and you really feel that R rating after watching the punch happy, bloodless PG-13 remake. I would love to see an extended unrated cut of this film. I mean really, you have a midget prostitute shooting at Michael Ironside with a machine gun. Winner: 1990's version.
(4.5 out of 5)
32.)
Commentary For Total Recall (1990) (DVD)
My Thoughts: Having both Verhoeven & Schwarzenegger would seem like a commentary slam dunk, but this unfortunately is not the case. There is about 10-15% of interesting good commentary here. The rest is Verhoeven droning on about character motivation and plot points. A commentary cardinal sin. Right up there with people having conversations about not spoiling the movie during the commentary and long stretches of silence. Should have had Stone and Schwarzenegger in the room.
(3 out of 5)
- July 11th -
33.)
Europa Report (2013) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: Coming out at approximately the same time as Apollo 18, the big question is which one was better. While technically this movie probably was better I personally had a better time with Apollo 18. Both are riddled with scientific inaccuracies but I loved the seventies throwback feel of Apollo 18 as opposed to the slicker more modern Europa Report. Both had similar disappointing endings but then again I guess that is a pretty big aspect of the found footage genre. It hit the space itch I was having but was otherwise unremarkable.
(3 out of 5)
- July 12th -
34.) - 35.)
Invasion Parts I-II (1997) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: This was pretty bad, although with a first credit like Luke Perry what do you really expect? Horrible effects & acting, super cliched plot and lots and lots of back lot shots. It did have a 90's Kim Cattrall, I was pretty into her before she ruined her b-movie cred with Sex And The City. This has so far been the low point in the challenge and hopefully it will stay that way.
(2 out of 5)
- July 13th -
36.)
R.I.P.D. 3D (2013) (Blu-Ray)**
My Thoughts: The plot of this movie was pretty run of the mill. I can think of 3 tv shows off hand that used the exact same premise. It was still a fun ride, a bit on the dumb side but fun. There is one notable exception to pleasing mediocrity and that was Jeff Bridges. He plays this amazing creepy Old West sheriff asshole that completely steals the show and even warrants this movie as something I plan on re-watching in the not to distant future.
(3.5 out of 5)
My Wife's Thoughts: This is good movie but seems almost like Men In Black 3. It's go back in the time and try to find the stuff. And Kevin Bacon alway be a bad guy now, I can't understand why. Funny ne? holding the banana.
(4.5 out of 5)
37.)
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (1961) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts:I rather liked this movie. There is something so charming about these 60's epics. The effects are just past that 50's ultra camp point and the plots are somewhat more realistic. Somewhat. I am not quite sure how the science on the Van Allen Radiation Belt catching fire would work but hey they are trying. And this was pre moon landing after all. A pleasant 60's mix of Armageddon and Jewels Vern.
(4 out of 5)
- July 14th -
38.)
Fantastic Voyage (1966) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: I can't believe I haven't seen this before. It may be one of the most referenced sci-fi movies of all time. Everything from The Magic School Bus to Family guy has done a take on this premise. That being said it did not quite live up to what I had envisioned for this piece. It was entertaining but not captivating in a what that say Journey To The Center of the Earth or Bottom Of The Sea were. I will have to watch it again with an altered perspective in the future but until then it was a bit of a let down.
(3.5 out of 5)
- July 15th -
39.)
Virtual Encounters 2 (1998) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: While it might seem like I am just being sarcastic here considering the subject matter I would like to assure you that I am being serious. OK, this movie pales in comparison to the original. Yes there is lots of sex scenes and yes that is essentially what anyone watching this is probably wanting. But by gender shifting the main character here I think you loose all pretenses in having a serviceable plot. A couple of guys with the sex visor is just kind of seedy, now if it had been done as a sex comedy then maybe. But in all reality if a guy had one of these he would lock the door and use it until he starved to death. It just doesn't feel right not having a female lead in this, shall we say, skinamax style feature. Also it was weird that they did the reverse porn thing to pad out time, having a clip show of sensual scenes, scenes you just watched, at the end of the movie. Is it weird that this is my longest review?
(2 out of 5)
40.)
Fortress (1992) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: For some reason or another I never had a chance to catch this perpetual bargain bin title. And now I am wondering what other little bits of awesome I have been missing out on all these years. Super cheesy future jail movie with Christopher Lambert, the bad guy from Robocop, Jeffery Combs and even an actor from the first title I watched this challenge; The Event. With the notable exception of Lockout I can't think of a sci-fi future jail movie that I haven't liked. Now I need to hunt down the sequels.
(4 out of 5)
- July 16th -
41.)
Jumper 3D (2008) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: It's happened. I have double dipped on a blu-ray. And of all things that blu-ray was of Jumper. The movie was enjoyable enough, especially when you get use to Christensen, but I didn't really get that 'wow 3d' feeling from it. I would still prefer the 3D version but they didn't carry over the special features, so now I am going to be that guy with 2 copies of Jumper in his collection. I had a thought this time while watching that if I had this power I would work for NASA. Just have them take me to the moon once and then I would start jumping supplies up there and we could get a moon base going in no time.
(3.5 out of 5)
42.)
Alien Contamination (1980) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: This was kind of B-tastic. An alien rip off shot and scored like an Italian horror movie, set in New York and South America. I got this as part of some Mill Creek Sci-Fi 20 pack but now I am really considering buying the stand alone release of this from Blue Underground. And those eggs, I am still hearing those eggs.
(4 out of 5)
- July 17th -
43.)
Planet Outlaws (1952) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: a bunch of old 30's Flash Gordon serials shoddily edited down into a 'movie'. I have yet to see any old sci-fi serials I really liked and this is no exception to that. It was boring, super jumpy due to the way it was presented and was probably just as disappointing now as it was to people when it was repackaged in '52.
(1 out of 5)
44.)
Commentary For Predator 2 (1990) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: There were two commentary tracks on this disc and my reaction about 1/3rd of the way though this was: I chose poorly. This is probably why I never listen to writers tracks. Lots of dead air and banal observations. The interesting parts of this track could be edited down to a 5-10 min scene specific featurette. Lets hope the other track fares better.
(2 out of 5)
- July 18th -
45.) - 48.)
Terra Nova S01E01-08 (2011) (DVD)
My Thoughts: Looking back over some of my reviews for this show during the 2011 October Horror Movie challenge, I would have to say I disagree with several of the stances I took previously. Most specifically about wanting this to be Lost. True it wasn't Lost but it didn't need to be. There was still plenty of intrigue and for what it was it was a really good show. A one seasoner that should have kept going.
(4 out of 5)
- July 19th -
49.) - 51.)
Terra Nova S01E09-13 (2011) (DVD)
My Thoughts: This entry also includes commentary on the last episode. And apparently at the time of recording they were unaware that the show had been canceled. There were some hints as to what season 2 would have held but no where near the level of spoilers there would have been if they had known their fate. Great series end and while it did leave me wanting more it didn't leave it hanging in a Sarah Connor Chronicles way.
(4 out of 5)
52.)
Avatar 3D (2009) (Blu-Ray)
My Thoughts: Seeing as how Commander Taylor in Terra Nova is really just a slightly toned down version of the badass Lang plays here I just had to watch this again. This is the first time I have seen this since originally seeing it in the theater and man am I glad I bought a 3D TV! I am a bit bummed that I couldn't get the Extended Edition in 3D but it is still a fantastic movie, even if it has become the cool thing to hate.
(5 out of 5)
- July 20th -
53.)
Cloud Atlas (2012) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: How did this not do better? A century spanning interconnecting anthology that ends in a very satisfying sci-fi finale. Epic in scope and oh so satisfying. I had to look up a few of the bad reviews just for counterpoint because I liked it so much. The main point in their argument seemed to be they didn't like the theme of interconnected-ness/previous lives. And yes I agree that bit is somewhat silly but really thats not seeing the forest for the trees. On a quality to public approval scale this heavily reminds me of Waterworld and The Postman (but easily bests those titles).
(4.5 out of 5)
- July 21st -
54.)
The Terminal Man (1974) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: I let myself anticipate a plot based on the cover that this title came no where close to fufilling. There was a lot of 'oh hey, that guy' but that is about it. It was the slowest paced movie of the challenge, barely qualified as sci-fi and it put me to sleep. And worst off all it was a burn on demand title.
(1.5 out of 5)
- July 22nd -
55.)
Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods (1985) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: Mind numbingly awful.
(1 out of 5)
56.)
Monsters Vs. Aliens 3D (2009) (Blu-Ray)
My Thoughts: As usual with these animated features the 3D was fantastic. And I really dug the 50's sci-fi throwback style on this one. But thew movie was geared a bit younger and as a result was somewhat less appealing than something like Megamind or anything Pixar.
(3 out of 5)
- July 23rd -
57.)
Unknown World (1951) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: xxxxxx
(3 out of 5)
- July 24th -
58.)
Commentary For Godzilla (1954) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: Fantastic commentary with loads of great behind the scenes, cultural and political analysis. It almost feels like I took a class on the subject. I love commentaries like this, this ranks right up there with the Briggs commentary on I Spit On Your Grave. And the best part is at the very end where he says I am not quite finished talking so if you go to the supplements you will find a different cut of the movie and another commentary!
(5 out of 5)
- July 25th -
59.)
Commentary For Godzilla King Of The Monsters (1956) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: x
(x out of 5)
- July 26th -
60.)
Godzilla Vs Biollante (1989) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: x
(x out of 5)
- July 27th -
60.)
John Carter 3D (2012) (Blu-Ray)**
My Thoughts: x
(x out of 5)
My Wife's Thoughts: I think it’s not that bad. But it’s almost like Star Wars and something mixed the stories. And feel little bit long and wish I can watch second. The scenic is Prince of Persia, then Star Wars the creatures.
(3.5 out of 5)
- July 28th -
61.)
Fairy Tales (1978) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: This was better than it had any right to be.
(x out of 5)
- July 29th -
62.)
Pleasurecraft (1999) (DVD)*
My Thoughts: x
(x out of 5)
63.)
Gamer 3D (2009) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: x
(x out of 5)
- July 30th -
64.)
Bimbo Movie Bash! (1997) (DVD)
My Thoughts: x
(x out of 5)
- July 31st -
65.)
Jonah Hex (2010) (Blu-Ray)*
My Thoughts: Did I just watch a Wild Wild West remake?
(x out of 5)
My Wife's Thoughts: Seems like John Travolta movie… I forgot the title.. some revenge movie… Punisher. Punisher and Ghost Riders put together and I don’t understand why John Malcovich always always creepy murder now. I know he is creepy but he is not the murder before he is always always 100% creepy murder now. Megan Fox did good job. This is not Sci-Fi category. That Jonha Hex guy is No Country For Old Men right? I like the doggy following him. 4 star. Short enough good story.
(4 out of 5)
Checklist
Spoiler:

3 Wildcards allowed

Watch one film from every decade, starting with the 1900s.
--- 1900(No time limit but must be at least complete short film) - (optional)
--- 1910(No time limit but must be at least complete short film) - (optional)
--- 1920 -
--- 1930 -
--- 1940 -
-x- 1950 - The Monster That Challenged The World (1957)
...............Planet Outlaws (1952)
-x- 1960 - Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (1961)
...............Fantastic Voyage (1966)
-x- 1970 - Planet Of The Apes S01E01-14 (1974)
...............The Terminal Man (1974)
-x- 1980 - Outland (1981)
...............Alien Contamination (1980)
...............Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods (1985)
-x- 1990 - Virtual Encounters (1996)
...............Total Recall (1990)
...............Commentary For Total Recall (1990)
...............Invasion Parts I-II (1997)
...............Virtual Encounters 2 (1998)
...............Fortress (1992)
...............Commentary For Predator 2 (1990)
-x- 2000 - The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III (2001)
...............Jumper 3D (2008)
...............Avatar 3D (2009)
-x- 2010 - The Event S01E01-22 (2010-2011)
...............Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes (2011)
...............The Wolverine (Extended Cut) (2013)
...............Total Recall (2012)
...............Europa Report (2013)
...............R.I.P.D. 3D (2013)
...............Terra Nova S01E01-13 (2011)
...............Cloud Atlas (2012)

Watch a film for each rating
--- G -
-x- PG - Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
............Fantastic Voyage
............The Terminal Man
-x- PG-13 - Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
.................Europa Report
.................R.I.P.D. 3D
.................Jumper 3D
.................Avatar 3D
-x- R - Outland
..........Total Recall
..........Commentary For Total Recall
..........Fortress
..........Alien Contamination
..........Commentary For Predator 2
..........Cloud Atlas
--- X/NC-17(Optional) -
-x- Unrated - The Event S01E01-22
...................Virtual Encounters
...................The Wolverine (Extended Cut)
...................Planet Of The Apes S01E01-14
...................The Monster That Challenged The World
...................Total Recall
...................The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III
...................Invasion Parts I-II
...................Virtual Encounters 2
...................Planet Outlaws
...................Terra Nova S01E01-13
...................Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods

Watch films in at least two languages other than English.
--- First language -
--- Second language -

Watch a film in 12 of the following -
--- Watch a MST3K/Rifftrax/Cinematic Titanic/Hosted version of a sci-fi/fantasy film -
-x- Watch a film featuring laser blasters - Invasion Parts I-II
...........................................................Commentary For Predator 2
...........................................................Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods
-x- Watch a film made on a low budget (ex. Corman or Castle movie) - Virtual Encounters
....................................................................................................The Monster That Challenged The World
....................................................................................................Virtual Encounters 2
....................................................................................................Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods
-x- Watch a film based on a novel - Total Recall
..................................................The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III
..................................................Total Recall
..................................................Commentary For Total Recall
..................................................Cloud Atlas
..................................................The Terminal Man
--- Watch a film which was nominated for a Hugo or Saturn Award-
--- Watch a Documentary Feature -
--- Watch a Film From the Criterion Collection (Doesn't have to be Criterion Version) -
-x- Watch a film with commentary - Commentary For Outland
...........................................................................Commentary For Total Recall
--- Watch a film and at least two sequels -
--- Watch a film that takes place underneath the Earth -
-x- Watch a film that takes place in space - Outland
.............................................................Europa Report
-x- Watch a film that takes place on or under the sea - The Monster That Challenged The World
.............................................................................Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
--- Watch an animated film -
--- Watch a film with special effects by Ray Harryhausen -
-x- Watch a film that takes place in the "future" but the year has already come and gone - Commentary For Predator 2
-x- Watch a film and its remake/reboot - Total Recall


Watch 2 of the following
-x- Written by/inspired by/or related to the late Ray Bradbury/Phillip K. Dick - Total Recall
.................................................................................................... .........Total Recall
.................................................................................................... .........Commentary For Total Recall
-x- Watch a film directed/produced/written by James Cameron/Steven Spielberg/Terry Gilliam - Avatar 3D
--- Watch a film directed/produced/written by Gene Roddenberry/Edgar Rice Burroughs/Jules Verne -
--- Written by/starring/inspired by/ or related in some way to the late HP Lovecraft / Richard Matheson -

Watch 8 films directed by
--- Tim Burton
--- Hayao Miyazaki
--- David Cronenberg
--- James Whale
--- Ridley Scott
-x- Paul Verhoeven - Total Recall
..............................Commentary For Total Recall
--- Robert Wise
--- Robert Zemeckis
--- The Wachowski Brothers
--- Jerry Warren
--- J. J. "Lens Flare" Abrams
--- Samuel Z. Arkoff
--- David Twohy
--- Richard Fleischer
--- William Cameron Menzies

Watch a film in 28 of the following subgenres:
-x- Alien invasion - The Event S01E01-22
...........................Invasion Parts I-II
...........................Alien Contamination
-x- Horror - Alien Contamination
-x- Dystopian Society - Planet Of The Apes S01E01-14
.................................Total Recall
.................................Fortress
.................................Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods
-x- Post-Apocalyptic - Planet Of The Apes S01E01-14
.................................Total Recall
.................................Cloud Atlas
-x- Alternate History - Planet Of The Apes S01E01-14
--- Robot/Android -
-x- Immortality - The Wolverine (Extended Cut)
-x- Space Opera/Serial - Planet Outlaws
-x- Mutants (non-critter) - The Wolverine (Extended Cut)
......................................Total Recall
......................................Commentary For Total Recall
......................................Jumper 3D
-x- Comic Book - The Wolverine (Extended Cut)
.........................Jumper 3D
-x- Mad Scientist - The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III
--- Comedy -
-x- Time travel - The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III
........................Terra Nova S01E01-13
--- Giant Critters -
-x- Prehistoric - Terra Nova S01E01-13
--- Paranormal -
--- Kaiju -
-x- Tech Noir - Total Recall
--- First Contact -
--- Space Soldiers -
--- Magical Beings -
-x- Future Crimes - Fortress
--- Animalcadabra -
--- Myths & Legends -
-x- Worst Movie Ever - Star Worms II: Attack Of The Pleasure Pods
--- Arthurian Fantasy -
--- Based on fairy tale -
-x- Urban Fantasy - The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells Parts I-III
--- High Fantasy -
--- Sword and Sorcery -
--- Dark Fantasy -
--- Martial Arts Fantasy -

Watch a film starring 26 of the following actors:
--- James McAvoy
--- David Warner
--- Edward James Olmos
-x- Sir Ian McKellen - The Wolverine (Extended Cut)
--- Liv Tyler
--- Peter Dinklage
--- Charlize Theron
--- Winona Ryder
--- Lena Headey
--- Zoe Saldana
--- Ian Holm
--- Boris Karloff
--- Sir Cedric Hardwicke
--- Lionel Atwill
--- Evelyn Ankers
--- Abbott & Costello
--- Peter Graves
--- Hugh Marlowe
--- Richard Denning
--- Susan Cabot
-x- Samuel L. Jackson - Jumper 3D
--- Tommy Kirk
--- Raquel Welch
--- Ray Milland
-x- Roddy McDowall - Planet Of The Apes S01E01-14
--- Nancy Allen
--- Rick Moranis
--- Michelle Pfeiffer
-x- Arnold Schwarzenegger - Total Recall
.........................................Commentary For Total Recall
--- Kurt Russell
-x- Sigourney Weaver - Avatar 3D
--- Alan Rickman
--- Tilda Swinton

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