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Rev. 13-Oct-2001

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Alien (Ridley Scott) and sequels: FAQ (parts [FTP]one, [FTP]two and [FTP]three) (mit.edu)
Includes movie synopses, characters, directors, versions, quotes, trivia, frequently discussed topics, and a synopsis of William Gibson's script for Alien 3. (Darryll Hobson)
[FTP] Blade Runner (Ridley Scott): FAQ (mit.edu) at rtfmi.mit.edu.
Plot synopsis, versions, soundtrack, quotes, trivia and the "Is Deckard a replicant?" debate (Murray Chapman). [Updated Oct 2001]
[FTP] Brazil (Terry Gilliam): FAQ (mit.edu)
Synopsis, versions, trivia, cast, "what does the title mean?" and the "Battle of Brazil" (David S. Cowen)
Dune: Usul's Homepage (usul.net)
"Usul's Homepage is dedicated to the works of Frank Herbert, primarily Dune. Also this site contains much on David Lynch's 1984 film adaptation of Herbert's original Dune book." (Stephan)
Foiled (foiled.co.uk)
"20th August 2001 - A couple of Foiled Productions' shorts may be seen on UK TV later this year - more details if we ever find out any! Meanwhile, Fluffy The English Vampire Slayer is still in post-production - the first rough cut has been completed, but there is still loads of work to do on the audio and visual effects, and even a couple of inserts to be filmed..." (Henry Burrows) [Updated Oct 2001]
Invaders From Mars (1953) (geocities.com)
(Ron Hunt)
Invaders From Mars (1986) (geocities.com)
(Ron Hunt)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Gene Roddenberry) and sequels
See the short index of Star Trek FAQs in the Television section of this page.
Tremors 2: Aftershocks (stampede-entertainment.com)
The Official Fan page. (Allan Krahl)
2001 Internet Resource Archive (palantir.net)
(George D. DeMet)
2001: A Space Odyssey - 30 Years On (underview.com) and "Underman's 2001" (underview.com)
"The main feature of this site is an original extended dissertation on Stanley Kubrick's 1968 cinematic masterpiece, '2001: A Space Odyssey' This is supported by reviews of '2010: The Year We Make Contact', 'Alien 3' (a little) and (last but by no means least) 'Solaris'. Throughout the five main pages, you will also find numerous references to science fiction movies and television series, and musings on all sorts of diversions suggested by the search for meaning in 2001." (Phil Vendy) [Updated Oct 2001]

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