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Like IMDB, but only horror films.
Cover art gallery from an important British publisher.
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Dr. Who. [BBC]
The classic series with Doctors One through Eight. Pictures, episode guide, photonovels, webcasts, games.
"This is a site about the future in movies. This includes: explicit depictions of the future; depictions of significant events that have yet to occur. It is not film criticism. Movies include the future for myriad reasons, and approach it from many angles. They are all treated equally here, as if they were making predictions. Many are attempting no such thing."
Lee, Walt. Reference Guide to Fantastic Film: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. PN 1995.9.F36 L4
One of the most thorough listings of fantastic film up through the early 1970s.
The cable/satellite TV channel, formerly known as: SciFi.
More than 600 time travel movies and TV shows!
Weinberg, Robert. A Biographical Dictionary of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists. ORCA NC 961.6 .W45 1988
When you search this title in OneSearch. you will be offered the link to call the book from our storage unit ORCA. Takes 30 minutes or less, and the book will be waiting for you at the Circulation Desk.