My SF Movie Christmas Wish, Plus 2008 AMC Column Index
Posted on December 25, 2008
Posted by John Scalzi
It’s Thursday, which means even on Christmas I have an AMC column up. This week: My Christmas wish involving science fiction movies. No, it does not include a futuristic space massage from the lady in the artwork above. She kinda scares me. Enjoy, and be sure to leave comments, should you be spending your Christmas cruising this here interweb thingy.
Also, since the above AMC column is my last one of 2008, I thought it would be useful to give you an index of all my AMC science fiction movie columns for the year, just in case you missed one or two along the way and feel the urge to catch up.
Is Guillermo del Toro the Right Man for The Hobbit?
$20 Million Now, $20 Million Then – How Star Wars Changed Movie Math
How to Make a (Good!) Science Fiction Movie (for Cheap!)
Why the Movie Version of Your Favorite SciFi Book Stinks, Part I
Selling Your SciFi Novel to Hollywood: Is It Just About the Money?
With SciFi Movies, Classic Does Not Equal Good
Nerdgassing About Science Fiction Movies
What Are the New SciFi Classics?
Science Fiction Is Easy, Comedy Is Hard
The Ridiculousness of Riddick, or, How Not to Make a SciFi Sequel
Ridley Scott Deserves an Oscar, Even If It’s an Honorary One
Science and History: Everything the Movies Tell You Is Wrong
Is The Dark Knight Oscar Ready?
Do Hugo Winning Novels Make Great Films?
Sports of the Future Will Be Much More Violent Than Those at the Olympics
Ellen Ripley Paved the Way for Strong Female Leads
Why Tim Burton’s Recurring Nightmare Remains So Popular
Things We Learned From the Summer SciFi Box Office
Why We Love Our Post-Apocalyptic Flicks
The Look, Not the Idea, Makes a SciFi Movie
Sound + Vision: Scores That Make Their Science Fiction Films
For SciFi Sequels, Taking a Chance Makes All the Difference
Do “American” Science Fiction Movies Actually Exist?
Are Mad Scientists Unfairly Maligned?
What Can Our Next President Learn From His SciFi Counterparts?
Do Science Fiction Movies Still Need Theaters?
Are You Living in a Science Fiction Movie?
A SciFi Thanksgiving
The Battle Between Science and Religion – And SciFi Is the Battleground
The Worst Science Fiction Movie of the Last Twelve Months
The Best (and Worst) Scifi Movies of the Year
That should keep you busy after all the presents. Merry Christmas.