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Like the Joker splitting a billiard stick and throwing it between VHS copies of Invasion U.S.A. and Missing in Action, Rotten Tomatoes staff has emerged from the bloody battle that is choosing the 100 best action movies ever. This is one hand-picked socky-chopped shotgunned list, featuring only movies that are Fresh and Certified Fresh on the Tomatometer. …And ACTION!
The Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film is one of the Saturn Awards that has been presented annually since 1972 by Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films to the best film in the science fiction genre of the previous year.
This list includes all nominees and winners for "Best Science Fiction Film" category.
With its theme programme Building Dreams and Nightmares, Imagine puts the focus this year on the prominent role of architecture and design in fantastic film. In many cases, an entire new world is designed and built from scratch. From Metropolis to The Shining and from Inception to The Grand Budapest Hotel, architecture and design continue to play a vital part in creating a new or altered reality.
Films featured as part of the theme "Building Dreams and Nightmares"
 Creative Control - Benjamin Dickinson (US 2015)
 Creature Designers - Gilles Penso & Alexandre Ponset (FR 2015)
 Embers - Claire Carré (US 2015)
 Escape From New York - John Carpenter (US 1981)
 Gattaca - Andrew Niccol (US 1997)
 Ghost In The Shell - The New Movie - Kazuchika Kise & Kazuya Nomura (JP 2015)
 High-Rise - Ben Wheatley (UK 2015)
 The Lure - Agnieszka Smoczynska (PL 2015)
 Midnight Special - Jeff Nichols (US 2016)
 Project-M - Eric Piccoli (CA 2014)
 Synchronicity - Jacob Gentry (US 2015)
 Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari - 95 years after its initial release, this expressionist masterpiece draws the audience under its spell all over again. With a live score by Monomyth from The Hague.
[4-5] Cinema Egzotik: The Not So Distant Future Night - Special Imagine double bill edition with Escape From New York and Gattaca.
[57-60] Nieuw Nederlands Peil - The Dutch film programme for short films, featuring Unforgettable, Bovenkamer, Peer and Baardmos.
 Night of Terror - Die-hard horror fans, armed with M&M’s, beer and well-oiled vocal chords, will go looking for a good seat for the Night of Terror, in order to provide their very own commentary to a night of horror. Subtlety is best left at home. Bunny the Killer Thing, Pandemic, The Devil’s Candy and The Mind’s Eye are being shown.
[61-68] Shorts 1: Dreams & Nightmares - No shortage of dreams or nightmares in this selection of short films. Featuring Maxiplace (FR), You will fall again (HK), Dissonance (DE), The Guests (AU), Golden Shot (TR), Saint Frankenstein (US), Solo Finale (DE) and Portal to Hell!!! (CA)
[67-74] Shorts 2: Love Stories - Love can express itself in the strangest ways, as becomes apparent in this darkly romantic programme. Featuring Apolo 81 (ES), The Sunken Convent (DA), Elle (FR), A Love Story (NZ), Graffiti (ES) and Iris (US).
Shorts shown before feature films:
 Dans ton regard (FR), before Embers
 Oscillation (ES), before Lace Crater
 Worm (US), before Der Nachtmahr
 Phantom City (CA), before Nowhere Girl
 L’Œil du cyclone (FR, JP), before The Tag-Along
 The Procedure (US), before What We Become
Post Apocalyptic movies are some of our favorite kinds of movies to watch. Any work of fiction that involves people trying to survive in a destroyed world, just taps into our fear centers like few others. There are a few different ways that the world can end in these movies: nuclear holocaust, viral outbreak, alien invasion, nature revolting against us, or sometimes, the world even ends by supernatural means.
Many PA flicks are probably more based in the realm of Sci-Fi than they are pure Horror, but even the ones that stray too far from our Horror purview tend to be terrifying in their own right. Putting this list together meant including some of those types of movies, but in the end, they all fit quite neatly under the Post-Apocalyptic banner; even if a few of them are more accurately "End of the World" movies than they are Post-Apocalyptic.
For the first 6 movies in the list:
If you're in the mood for a truly quality Post-Apocalyptic flick, Horror or otherwise, any of the movies in our Top Six will do you right. For us, The Road Warrior is probably our all-time fave, although this year's Mad Max: Fury Road comes close. They all bring their own unique and terrifying vision to the Post-Apocalyptic Sub-Genre though.
For the remaining:
Below are the rest of our 30 Best Post-Apocalyptic flicks, and of course, a few Honorable Mentions thrown in for good measure. Keep in mind that no "Best of" list is ever perfect, but merely a solid starting point for anyone looking to watch some great flicks.
The last 6 being "Honorable Mentions".