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BSG is the bestest show ever!
I hope I'm allowed to be silly on my own page.
--Suddenly the choice to only list SciFi shows seems silly given BSGs reliance on drama but that list would be too exhaustive. Maybe I'll do it some other time.
- Space: Above and Beyond (1995, FOX) (fan, tv.com)
- Firefly (2002, FOX, or dvd for me)
- Welcome to Paradox (1998, SciFi) (tv.com)
- Dark Skies (1996, NBC)
- Heroes (NBC)
- Stargate SG-1 (Showtime, SciFi, first 2 seasons, last 2 seasons, roughly)
- Sliders (FOX, SciFi, first few seasons faithfully)
- Quantum Leap (1989, NBC)
- Some Star Trek here and there (mostly Next Generation, Voyager)
- Marginally SciFi: Strange Luck, Early Edition, Jake 2.0 (feat. Boomer and Keegan Connor Tracy as pals),
- The Fifth Element (Dir: Luc Besson)
- Children of Men
- Blade Runner
- 12 Monkeys
- Star Wars - A New Hope
- Minority Report
- 28 days later
- Space Camp
- Tron (1982)
- Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
- I watch lots of cheese scifi that I wouldn't have nerve to post here (e.g. the 20 other movies based on Phillip K Dick novels)
- Comic book movies (from Spider-man to Sin City)
- Aeon Flux and other cheesy ambiguously girl power flicks.
- ...more coming
SciFi/Fantasy on some level Books/Authors
- Ray Bradbury - The Martian Chronicles, Fahrenheit 451
- Said something to the effect of great science fiction isn't about futures, aliens and far away places; it presents situations in which we can better see people and humanity for what they are by taking them out of their usual context. (I think he said it; if you recognize the quote I'm referencing please tell me b/c I can't find it again)
- Jules Verne - Journey to the Center of the Earth
- Jorge Luis Borges - "The Aleph"
- thoughts from the author - "I wonder why a dream or an idea should be any less real than this table, or why Macbeth should be less real than today's newspaper."
- H.G. Wells - The Time Machine
- Nathaniel Hawthorne - "The Birthmark", "Rappaccini's Daughter"
- Frank Herbert - Dune
- Edwin Abbott Abbott - Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions (1884)
- Asimov - Foundation
- Shakespeare - The Tempest
- http://community.livejournal.com/galactica_vids - purely a spectator in case you're wondering.
- http://www.youtube.com/profile_play_list?user=tebici - Click on links that say BSG, obviously. Also a spectator sport.