FANTASTIC VOYAGE charts a course of discovery through the history of science fiction, from its origins in the changing world of the Industrial Revolution through the explosion of genre magazines like Amazing Stories and onto the silver screen. See how the stories have evolved and matured over the years, and see sci-fi filmmaking unfold through clips from classics like A Trip to the Moon, King Kong, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Author Greg Bear, directors Robert Wise (Star Trek) and Roger Corman (The Pit and the Pendulum, Little Shop of Horrors) and Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner, are among the many insiders interviewed for this fascinating survey of a genre that continues to inspire, challenge and entertain us.
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