Category Archives: SciFi

The Sleep Dealer (2008)

90m; Mexico

Director: Alex Rivera

Cast: Luis Fernando Peña, Leonor Varela and Jacob Vargas

Synopsis: Mexican man from the provinces whose family and home are destroyed by terrorist-seeking drones goes to Tijuana, where he joins a workforce of illegal workers whose labor is transported electronically across the border.

Contact: Alex Rivera 611 Broadway, #836 NY NY 10012


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (“Bar Association”)

45m; U.S.

Director: LeVar Burton

Cast: Armin Shimerman, Avery Brooks, Colm Meany, Max Grodénchik

Synopsis: Episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine where the employees of Quark’s bar decide to organize a union.


The Sun Seekers (2009)

13m; U.S.

Director: Jason Bradbury

Synopsis (IMDB): In a world with no sun, two strangers, Cira and Sol, race against time to ensure the restoration of daylight. As their journey progresses, they realise they must learn to trust each other if they are to complete their task.

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Posted by on May 7, 2012 in Philosophy, SciFi


Metropolis (1926)

There are several versions the film with different running times from 90 to 153m; Germany

Director: Fritz Lang

Synopsis (IMDB): In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city’s mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.



Outland (1981)

112m; U.S.

Director: Peter Hyams

Cast: Sean Connery, Frances Sternhagen and Peter Boyle

Synopsis (IMDB): Marshal W.T. O’Niel is assigned to a mining colony on Io, one of Jupiter’s moons. During his tenure miners are dying – usually violently. When the marshal investigates he discovers the one thing all the deaths have in common is a lethal amphetamine-type drug, which allows the miners to work continuously for days at a time until they become “burned out” and expire. O’Niel follows the trail of the dealers, which leads to the man overseeing the colony. Now O’Niel must watch his back at every turn, as those who seek to protect their income begin targeting him.



Land of the Dead (2005)

93m; U.S.

Director: George Romero

Cast: John Leguizamo, Asia Argento and Simon Baker

Synopsis: The fourth and most politically savvy of Romero¹s gory and satirical cycle of flesh-eating zombie movies shows us a world almost completely taken over by the ghouls. A group of rich Americans (led by Dennis Hopper) have protected themselves from the living dead in a heavily guarded luxury high-rise. Outside, other survivors with presumably less money scavenge for the wealthy amidst the zombie population, which is becoming increasingly intelligent and organized. –

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Posted by on March 28, 2012 in Politics, SciFi, War


The Job (2007)

4m; U.S.

Director: Jonathan Browning, Shaun Greenspan

Synopsis: The tables are turned on a group of white collar professionals in this amusing tale set in a parallel universe right here on earth.

Contact: Youtube link to watch the movie: Film