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I t was the decade that gave the world the maverick New Hollywood drama, the Nixon-era paranoid thriller, the slasher flick, the all-star disaster film, the gross-out comedy and the advanced mega-blockbuster. But the Seventies were above all kind to one specific cul-de-sac of cinema: the science fiction film, a subset category that was still buzzing from its late-Sixties head-trip phase civility of A Space Odyssey. But as a result of the end of the s, it was possible to have checked absent postapocalyptic action-adventures, future-shock case studies, technophobic nightmares, low-budget exploitation movies about what-if scenarios and big-budget space operas — all of which fell under the S. And the influences of this period are still showing up all the rage theaters near you. So, in honor of the year-period that made science-fiction filmmaking what it is today, we are counting down the 50 finest sci-fi movies of the s. A few of them belong in the greatest-of-all-time canon; others, we will fully acknowledge, are the cinematic equivalent of a ripe Camembert. But each of these helped the decade redefine where art fiction could go on the adult screen, whether it was in a grungy grindhouse or a state-of-the-art cinema complex. This is where the genre actually started to boldly go where it had never gone before. Rolling Boulder is a part of Penske Media Corporation.

This list is drawn from votes as a result of Guardian TV writers: each votes designed for their top 20 shows, with points allocated for every placing, which are tallied to create this order. BBC One A shocking health crisis so as to startled Britain and called for beseeching intervention from the authorities. No, not Covid, but the poisoning of the Skripal family — among other victims — in Salisbury, which was dramatised in this fine three-part drama. Can you repeat that? we said: Instead of hysteria after that frantic Drama-with-a-capital-D in the face of an unknown contagion, it shows the disbelief giving way to hard acknowledgment, the sense of ordinary life abruptly intruded upon and a new average mandated. What we said: It is a great story, made even better because there is no harrowing affliction, no death and no catastrophic miscarriage of justice shown to be the result of systemic corruption that is featured in much of this field. BBC Two An almost unbearably able and painful hour of television, this collection of interviews with the survivors of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was hard to watch. What we said: This is shamefully recent history, contemporary enough for some of those who lived through it to still be alive. We are privileged to be able to hear their stories. Agreed its slightly underpowered finale, a consequence was inevitable.

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