Where do Earth’s Mightiest Heroes go when they’re looking for a side of flapjacks and some eggs? To an upstate diner of course!
Coming from the French new wave cinema, Alphaville presents a tale of a dark future where love and emotion have lost their meaning.
One of the best things about Avengers: Endgame was getting to see some additional scenes that happened off screen, such as the Stark Industries Lobby.
Inspired by the US space program, Robinson Crusoe on Mars looks at a potential manned trip to the red planet.
The Barton Farm is Hawkeye’s family home, while away from his friends in the Avengers, and the place he’s currently confined.
The Last Man on Earth tells the tale of a lone survivor of a global catastrophe that must learn to function in a world where he is a legend amongst the monsters.
In every MCU appearance, the Avengers facility grows ever larger suiting the needs of the film. The Avengers Headquarters in Avengers: Endgame marks the fourth building that has stood in for the iconic teams home base.
A Roger Corman B-picture that transcends the standard fare for similar films, X: The Man with The X-Ray Eyes creates a modern day parable.
While not a true science-fiction film per se, The Nutty Professor provides yet another comedic take on a man of science.
Beware the deadly, walking, man-eating plants that lands on Earth during The Day of the Triffids.
The French short film La Jetée unravels a paradoxical tale of time travel which continues to shock and inspire viewers.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is both an homage to Jules Verne, as well as an update of his ideas, all while paving the way forward in the sci-fi genre.
With Spider-Man: Far From Home coming out next week, it’s time for Peter Parker to return to Midtown High School.