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'Movies like Donnie Darko': Sci-Fi Gets Experimental

Sci-fi is already the most "out there" genre, so what happens when experimental directors take its themes and run with them? Check out this collection of the very best boundary pushing science-fiction films and find out for yourself. Just don't say we didn't warn you!

'Enjoy, Comrade': Acclaimed Russian Drama

Despite a troubled history of censorship, Russia has continued to produce movies acclaimed by critics foreign and domestic. 'Leviathan' is only the most recent of a staggering list of great Russian dramas.

'Movies Like Total Recall': Dystopian Sci-Fi Classics

After the fall of fascism and the growth of communism, Hollywood was inundated with speculative sci-fi imagining how the future might look if 'The Man' got his way. Having passed many of the years these films were set in (e.g. 1984), all we can say is : 'Thank God it's not THAT bad!'

'Movies Like Stalker': Foreign Sci-Fi Sleepers

Only the very best Sci-Fi foreign cinema has to offer, often woefully underappreciated by American audiences. French, Chinese, Swiss, and Scandinavian films all make an appearance on this collection of films, perfect for sci-fi lovers looking for something off the beaten track.

'Movies Like Solaris': Classic Existential Sci-Fi

From 'Solaris' to 'Brazil', these mind-bending sci-fi classics will leave you scratching your head, pinching your arm, and perhaps questioning your sanity. If you're looking for some high IQ sci-fi then look no further!

Best 70s Sci-Fi

'A New Hope', 'Solaris', and oh - did we mention 'Soylent Green'; enjoy this collection of the very best science-fiction (hard, soft, and pliable) that the 1970s has to offer. Watch a few of these films and you may start agreeing with us that here the genre reached its peak.

Movies like Avatar: Visually Stunning Sci-Fi/ Fantasy

These movies would be worth watching even if the speakers on your TV were busted. But with films like 'Interstellar', 'Life of Pi', and 'Cloud Atlas', don't think for a moment they depend on style over substance.

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