- The Matrix (twice)
- Star Wars
Psychotronic Video was a film magazine originally started by publisher/editor Michael J. Weldon in 1980 in New York City as a hand-written and photocopied weekly fanzine entitled Psychotronic TV. It was then relaunched by Weldon under its more commonly known name as an offset quarterly in 1989. Both versions of the magazine covered what Weldon dubbed "Psychotronic Movies", which he defined as "the ones traditionally ignored or ridiculed by mainstream critics at the time of their release: horror, exploitation, action, science fiction, and movies that used to play in drive-ins or inner city grindhouses." Weldon coined the term after being inspired by The Psychotronic Man (1980), a low budget science fiction obscurity.
This is the entire run of the magazine.
Off-World: The Blade Runner Wiki is dedicated to the Blade Runner novel series created by Phillip K. Dick and film series created by Ridley Scott and aims to be the best source of information related to Blade Runner and all things concerning it.
eDEX-UI is a fullscreen desktop application resembling a sci-fi computer interface, heavily inspired from DEX-UI and the TRON Legacy movie effects. It runs the shell of your choice in a real terminal, and displays live information about your system. It was made to be used on large touchscreens but will work nicely on a regular desktop computer or perhaps a tablet PC or one of those funky 360° laptops with touchscreens.
Themeable. Uses Electron. Available as an AppImage.
The OMDb API is a RESTful web service to obtain movie information, all content and images on the site are contributed and maintained by our users.
The history of Iron Man's heads up display.
Everyone's favorite t-shirts from the 80's.
A parody of the movie Hackers with a steampunk twist.
There is also an audio drama of the script downloadable from the same page.
A store chock-full of C'thuliana, from stickers to shirts to books. Fun to poke around in.
Open source media management and playback software to build your own set top box.
A fan-constructed wiki about the Matrix series, at Wikia.com.
A site dedicated to identifying and cataloging every firearm used in every movie. Ever. Including variants custom-made for certain movies by gunsmiths.
An attempt to archive movie scripts (and probably transcripts) from all across the Internet into a single site for students and academics to reference. Perhaps you're bored and are looking for something to read at work one day... fairly well populated when I added this link.
An archive of movie shooting scripts (mostly science fiction), which will be of interest to fans and aspiring scriptwriters.
Found Item Clothing specializes in reproductions of iconic t-shirts from movies, including Revenge of the Nerds and Real Genius. There are some classics here...
The text adventure version of the movie The Dark Crystal is now playable online.
Just about everything you might want to know about the television show Twin Peaks (and the movies and books).
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