Category Archives: Theater Fantastique

Quatermass and the Pit (1967)

One of the most admirable qualities of the science fiction scripts of the late Nigel Kneale is that their stories proceed through the scientific method, albeit leading to fantastic conclusions. They are examples of true science fiction – a rare … Continue reading

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World Without End (1956)

While on a mission to Mars – which, ambitiously, also happens to be the first manned flight into space – Rocketship XRM (not to be confused with Rocketship X-M) travels so fast that it is flung into an “exponential time displacement” … Continue reading

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