Science fiction films create a vision of what isn't and shows what very well could be. Science fiction can be Earth-bound or as boundless as the infinite universe. It can involve invasion, monsters, environmental threats or the destruction of the planet, or it can involve a sense of wonder that encourages hope and salvation, pointing the way to a better world. Science fiction, of all the genres, suggests no limits, it makes us think outside the box, so why should we feel compelled to define the genre by such narrow parameters?
Fantastic Journeys is comprised of FANEX Film Convention guest talks and question and answer sessions held over the past 16 years. We have also included lists of Top 5 Sci-Fi Faves contributed by our loyal readers and writers, along with our own series of sci-fi lists.
Fantastic Journeys is comprised of FANEX film convention guest talks and question and answer sessions, which were held over the past 16 years. We have also included lists of Top 5 Sci-Fi Faves contributed by our loyal readers and writers, along with our own series of sci-fi lists. Ray Harryhausen, John Agar, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Richard Gordon, Acquanetta, Russell Johnson, Robet Wise and Kevin McCarthy are some of the sci-fi masters whose genre movie memories are included in this tribute to sci-fi films, past and present. We also include our Favorite Science Films by Decade, plus much more. Reading this loving sci-fi movie tribute will inspire you to reach for those dusty DVDs and rewatch your favorite out-of-this-world movie favorites.