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The Official 8th Annual Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge Discussion Thread

8th Annual Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

7th Annual (2014) here.
6th Annual (2013) here.
5th Annual (2012) here.
4th Annual (2011) Here.
3rd Annual (2010) Here.
2nd Annual (2009) Here. List here.
1st Annual (2008) here. (last page for checklist)

Thanks to shadokitty for getting the thread started this year! I needed to be able to adjust some of the categories/options for the checklist and update for prizes, so restarted it here. So, onto the challenge!

Dates: Dusk June 30-Dawn August 1st

Rules

Movies/TV shows should be labeled sci-fi or fantasy from either imdb.com or allmovie.com. Other labels don't matter as long as there is at least a sci-fi or fantasy label from one of those sites. Action/Sci-fi would be fine.

If anyone has a problem with something someone watches or just wants an opinion on if it's sci-fi or fantasy or not, ask here.

Sci-Fi/Fantasy documentaries are allowed but not DVD featurettes/interviews. Documentaries include UFO and alien abduction type shows.

As with the other challenges, the lists must be numbered or it won't count.

Use any counting method you prefer, as prize determination does not depend on number of items watched.

3 wild cards for all. Use for those shows you want to watch but know they really don't count but they're pretty close or borderline to counting.


Watching the movie with the commentary will count as an entry.

Watching multiple versions (theatrical and director's cut) of the same movie will also count.


How to win a prize

There's 1 way to get an entry:
Participate by watching at least 1 item

Audio:

Sci-fi/Fantasy Radio

I'm treating audio harshly since this is primarily a movie/tv challenge. That being said, one episode, 4 hours with commercials, of Coast to Coast counts as one entry. It's the same format for TV, only doubled. The topic of the show has to be sci-fi/fantasy related, so it shouldn't be that much of a problem with Coast to Coast.

If you're listening to something without commercials, or can skip them, you're looking at 3 hours of audio for one entry.

1/4 entry = 45 minutes without commercials and 60 with commercials.

1/2 entry = 90 minutes without commercials and 120 with commercials.

3/4 entry = 135 minutes without commercials and 180 with commercials.

1 entry = 180 minutes without commercials and 240 with commercials.

Checklist:


Spoiler:

*Watching enough shorts or TV to count as one entry, you can use that one entry as a check on the checklist, as long as each of them count for whatever you're checking. You can mix and match what you've seen to make a check, they all don't have to be grouped together as a single entry on your watch list.

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 -
--- 1950 -
--- 1960 -
--- 1970 -
--- 1980 -
--- 1990 -
--- 2000 -
--- 2010 -

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 -
--- Watch a film featuring laser blasters -
--- Watch a film made on a low budget (ex. Corman or Castle movie) -
--- Watch a film based on a novel -
--- 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) -
--- Watch a film with commentary -
--- Watch a film and at least two sequels -
--- Watch a film that takes place underneath the Earth -
--- Watch a film that takes place in space -
--- Watch a film that takes place on or under the sea -
--- Watch an animated film -
--- Watch a film with special effects by Ray Harryhausen -
--- Watch a film that takes place in the "future" but the year has already come and gone -
--- Watch a film and its remake/reboot

He's dead, Jim. Watch 4 out of the following:
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late Gene Roddenberry -
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late Ray Bradbury -
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late Phillip K. Dick -
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late Edgar Rice Burroughs -
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late Jules Verne -
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late HP Lovecraft -
--- Written by/inspired by/or related in some way to the late Richard Matheson -
--- Watch a film starring Christopher Lee -

Watch 10 films directed/produced/written by:
--- James Cameron
--- Steven Spielberg
--- Terry Gilliam
--- Tim Burton
--- Hayao Miyazaki
--- David Cronenberg
--- James Whale
--- Ridley Scott
--- Paul Verhoeven
--- Robert Wise
--- Robert Zemeckis
--- The Wachowskis
--- Jerry Warren
--- J. J. Abrams
--- Samuel Z. Arkoff
--- David Twohy
--- Richard Fleischer
--- William Cameron Menzies
--- Kevin Connor
--- Alex Proyas
--- Fritz Lang
--- George Melies
--- George Miller
--- George Lucas
--- John Carpenter

Watch a film for each rating
--- G -
--- PG -
--- PG-13 -
--- R -
--- X/NC-17(Optional) -
--- Unrated -

Watch a film in 28 of the following subgenres:
--- Alien invasion -
--- Horror
--- Dystopian Society -
--- Post-Apocalyptic -
--- Alternate History -
--- Robot/Android -
--- Immortality -
--- Space Opera/Serial -
--- Mutants (non-critter) -
--- Comic Book -
--- Mad Scientist -
--- Comedy -
--- Time travel -
--- Giant Critters -
--- Prehistoric -
--- Paranormal -
--- Kaiju -
--- Tech Noir -
--- First Contact -
--- Space Soldiers -
--- Magical Beings -
--- Future Crimes -
--- Animalcadabra -
--- Myths & Legends -
--- Worst Movie Ever -
--- Arthurian Fantasy -
--- Based on fairy tale -
--- Urban Fantasy -
--- High Fantasy -
--- Sword and Sorcery -
--- Dark Fantasy -
--- Martial Arts Fantasy -
Not sure what qualifies? Check here for a description http://www.wattpad.com/3632123-fanta...sci-fi-fantasy

Watch a film starring 20 of the following actors:
--- James McAvoy
--- David Warner
--- Edward James Olmos
--- Sir Ian McKellen
--- 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
--- Samuel L. Jackson
--- Tommy Kirk
--- Raquel Welch
--- Ray Milland
--- Roddy McDowall
--- Arnold Schwarzenegger
--- Kurt Russell
--- Sigourney Weaver
--- Alan Rickman
--- Ted Cassidy
--- Arthur Franz
--- Doug McClure
--- Harrison Ford
--- Andy Serkis
--- Gina Torres
--- Nick Frost
--- Callum Keith Rennie
--- Michelle Forbes
--- Michelle Rodriguez
--- Keith David
--- Scarlett Johansson


Sponsors:

HamiltonBooks! Thank you, GoldenWheels!

Prizes:

Thanks again to HAMILTONBOOKS and Goldenwheels! They were very generous this month and so I am able to offer 5 different prize packs.

1.
 Alien Outpost BR Alien Outpost BR
and http://www.hamiltonbook.com/star-trek-enterprise-the-complete-first-season
2. The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, J.R.R. Tolkien: Master of the Rings and Lord of the Rings the Animated Classic.

3. Man with the Screaming Brain, Giorgio Moroder Presents Metropolis and the book, 101 Sci-Fi Movies to See Before You Die

4.
Science Fiction Theatre Complete Series Science Fiction Theatre Complete Series

5.
Thunderbirds Complete Series Thunderbirds Complete Series

Provided by HamiltonBooks! Thanks!
*Please note: Winners do have to be living in the United States to be eligible for prizes.

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Re: The Official 8th Annual Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge Discussion Thread

I'm in for a season or two of Smallville.

Thanks for hosting L!
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Maybe I can now watch all those box sets of Power Rangers and Zyurangers that I picked up over the past year.
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Re: The Official 8th Annual Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by Trevor
I'm in for a season or two of Smallville.

Thanks for hosting L!
Playing marathon sessions of DCUO got me interested in watching comic movies and shows myself.


Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum
Maybe I can now watch all those box sets of Power Rangers and Zyurangers that I picked up over the past year.
I'm thinking of starting some Power Rangers too, as all the series that I know of are on Amazon Prime.
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Along with all the films I've picked up I hope to finally finish Enterprise by watching S4. I also discovered I somehow *skipped* S6 of Deep Space Nine during the TV Challenge!?!? Still haven't figured that one out... but it *did* seem like I'd missed stuff along the way... As always I've too much content and too little time!
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Originally Posted by Trevor
I'm in for a season or two of Smallville.

Thanks for hosting L!
Sci-fi/Fantasy is one of my favorite challenges! Looking forward to next month myself. I never really got into Smallville. I watched a season or two, but while I liked Lex Luthor, just never really got hooked on the show.

Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum
Maybe I can now watch all those box sets of Power Rangers and Zyurangers that I picked up over the past year.
I have to admit, I'm not a huge Power Ranger fan. Back when it first aired in the US, I watched a fair amount of it-but mainly because the kids I sat for were into it. I think I was just a bit too old to want to watch it at that point and then never got into it. My nephew, however, loves it. It's definitely a show that has lasted and held up for kids at least!

Originally Posted by shadokitty
Playing marathon sessions of DCUO got me interested in watching comic movies and shows myself.

I'm thinking of starting some Power Rangers too, as all the series that I know of are on Amazon Prime.
I have been tempted to focus on comic movies/shows. I've been saving most of Agents of SHIELD for a marathon watch one of these days, so it'd be a good time to get it off the DVR...

Originally Posted by BobO'Link
Along with all the films I've picked up I hope to finally finish Enterprise by watching S4. I also discovered I somehow *skipped* S6 of Deep Space Nine during the TV Challenge!?!? Still haven't figured that one out... but it *did* seem like I'd missed stuff along the way... As always I've too much content and too little time!
As someone who enjoys Trek, I have to admit that while I own Enterprise, I've never watched it. I keep on meaning to start watching it, but haven't yet. Maybe this July is the time! But I definitely agree with you-I have too much content and too little time!
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Originally Posted by LJG765
I have to admit, I'm not a huge Power Ranger fan. Back when it first aired in the US, I watched a fair amount of it-but mainly because the kids I sat for were into it. I think I was just a bit too old to want to watch it at that point and then never got into it. My nephew, however, loves it. It's definitely a show that has lasted and held up for kids at least!
I was a little too old for it but I did watch it because there wasn't that many other choices for things to watch before school.

I was more excited when they announced Masked Rider was coming to FOX. I had played the Sega CD, which was basically Dragons Lair except it was for the original first episode of the Japanese series, which is what FOX was using to promote it before it aired. Then when it aired, we got a dumbed down American version with a furry sidekick, if I remember correctly.
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Originally Posted by LJG765
As someone who enjoys Trek, I have to admit that while I own Enterprise, I've never watched it. I keep on meaning to start watching it, but haven't yet. Maybe this July is the time!
Start it this year! BUT you may want to skip the open. While it has some really good imagery the *theme* is, perhaps, the worst ever used for a Trek property. The song (yes *song* with words!) is "Faith of the Heart," originally written for the film Patch Adams, but doesn't work at all for Trek IMHO. It's "Pop Rock" or "Adult Contemporary" material (there's very little of either I'll willingly listen to) originally sung by Rod Stewart (who I've never much liked - even when he was singing "real" rock in the 60s/early 70s). I listened to it *once* and there after made a point to skip the open - something I *rarely* do for a Trek film or TV episode.

It's been some time since I've seen S1-S3 of Enterprise but I do recall enjoying the series. I liked S3 a bit better than S1 & S2 but I don't think any of them are as bad as reviews (and hard core TNG fans) might lead you to believe.
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Would it be possible to get credit for reading sci-fi or fantasy movie scripts? I'm kinda interested in reading some unused Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection to see how good the films could have been.

http://www.simplyscripts.com/genre/fantasy-scripts.html
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Originally Posted by The Man with the Golden Doujinshi
Would it be possible to get credit for reading sci-fi or fantasy movie scripts? I'm kinda interested in reading some unused Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection to see how good the films could have been.

http://www.simplyscripts.com/genre/fantasy-scripts.html
I don't see the harm in listing it in your watched list, though, I wouldn't claim it on the checklist.

BobO'Link: I'll have to see what I'm feeling like watching, but Enterprise will be high up on the list!
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Are you planning on switching up the actors, directors and possibly other categories?
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With all the talk of Jurassic World, plan to revisit the original trilogy some time during the challenge.
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Are you planning on switching up the actors, directors and possibly other categories?
We certainly can. Any suggestions?

Originally Posted by shadokitty
With all the talk of Jurassic World, plan to revisit the original trilogy some time during the challenge.
I was thinking this myself. I think at the very least the first and third movies are on my list. Not a fan of two, though. I may also wait to see Jurassic World then too. I'm eager to see it, but since July is so close already, I may wait for it.
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Parents in law are coming do visit for the entire second half of the challenge

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Parents in law are coming do visit for the entire second half of the challenge

Do they like sci-fi or fantasy at least?
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Christopher Lee died 4 days ago.
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Originally Posted by The Man with the Golden Doujinshi
Christopher Lee died 4 days ago.
Good time to watch Lord of the Rings then.
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I was just coming to tell about Christopher Lee. Very sad! I think I will be adding him to our checklist for this year...
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I was going to suggest that we put him on the list! He will definitely be missed. Iconic actor.
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If he died 4 days ago, why was it just on the news today?
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They wanted to release the news after they contacted family members.
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Originally Posted by shadokitty
Do they like sci-fi or fantasy at least?
Maybe Kaiju films
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They wanted to release the news after they contacted family members.
Makes sense.



I know Lord of the Rings for Saruman, and Star Wars II and III for Count Dooku, but is there anything else he did, other than the Necessary Evil documentary on DC Super Villains he narrated that would be eligible? I don't count him playing Dracula, as that is more horror in my mind.

First Betsy Palmer, now Christopher Lee. They say deaths come in threes. I wonder who will be next.
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Dusty Rhoades passed away. He was a wrestler.
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Originally Posted by shadokitty
I know Lord of the Rings for Saruman, and Star Wars II and III for Count Dooku, but is there anything else he did, other than the Necessary Evil documentary on DC Super Villains he narrated that would be eligible? I don't count him playing Dracula, as that is more horror in my mind.
Here ya go... Dracula titles omitted.

SF titles:
Return from Witch Mountain (1978)
Horror Express (1972)
Tale of the Mummy (1998)
Scream and Scream Again (1970)
The Return of Captain Invincible (1983)
The Creeping Flesh (1973)
Island of the Burning Damned (1967)
The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960)
Frankenstein and Me (1996)
Starship Invasions (1977)
Castle of the Living Dead (1964)
The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959)
The Brides of Fu Manchu (1966)
The Hands of Orlac (1960)
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)
End of the World (1977)

Fantasy titles:
Alice in Wonderland (2010)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
The Golden Compass (2007)
Corpse Bride (2005)
Season of the Witch (2011)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)
The Last Unicorn (1982)
Mio in the Land of Faraway (1987)
Return from Witch Mountain (1978)
She (1965)
The Rainbow Thief (1990)
Circle of Iron (1978)
Angels in Notting Hill (2014)
Hercules in the Haunted World (1961)
Arabian Adventure (1979)
Nutcracker Fantasy (1979)
Katarsis (1963)
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) (but *only* on the Extended version - he's not in the Theatrical version)
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014)

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