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Excavating the FutureArchaeology and Geopolitics in Contemporary North American Science Fiction Film and Television$

Shawn Malley

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Excavating the Future

Shawn Malley

Liverpool University Press

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2001: A Space Odyssey. Dir. Stanley Kubrick (MGM, 1968).

A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Warner Bros., 2001).

Alien. Dir. Ridley Scott (Brandywine Productions, 1979).

Apocalypse Now. Dir. Francis Ford Coppola (Zoetrope Studios, 1979).

Armageddon. Dir. Michael Bay (Touchstone Pictures, 1998).

The Atomic Café. Dirs. Jayne Loader, Kevin Rafferty and Pierce Rafferty (The Archives Project, 1982).

Battleship. Dir. Peter Berg (Universal Pictures, 2012).

Behind Enemy Lines. Dir. John Moore (Twentieth Century Fox, 2001).

Black Hawk Down. Dir. Ridley Scott (Revolution Studios, 2001).

Blade Runner. Dir. Ridley Scott (Warner Bros., 1982).

Chariots of the Gods. Dir. Harald Reinl (Terra Film, 1970).

Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Julia Philips and Michael Philips Productions, 1977).

Cloverfield. Dir. Matt Reeves (Paramount Pictures, 2008).

Collateral Damage. Dir. Andrew Davis (Warner Bros., 2002).

Cosmos. Dirs. Adrian Malone et al. (KCET, 1980).

The Day After. Dir. Nicholas Meyer (ABC Circle Films, 1983).

The Day After Tomorrow. Dir. Roland Emmerich (Lionsgate Films, 2004).

The Day the Earth Stood Still. Dir. Robert Wise (Twentieth Century Fox, 1951).

The Day the Earth Stood Still. Dir. Scott Derrickson (Twentieth Century Fox, 2008).

Die Hard. Dir. John McTiernan (Twentieth Century Fox, 1988).

Earth vs. the Flying Saucers. Dir. Fred F. Sears (Clover Productions, 1956).

Ghosts of Abu Ghraib. Dir. Rory Kennedy (Moxie Firecracker Films, 2007).

The Green Berets. Dirs. Ray Kellogg and John Wayne (Batjac Productions, 1968).

The Incredible Shrinking Man. Dir. Jack Arnold (Universal International Pictures, 1957).

Independence Day. Dir. Roland Emmerich (Twentieth Century Fox, 1996).

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Paramount Pictures, 1989).

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Paramount Pictures, 2008).

In the Valley of Elah. Dir. Paul Haggis (Warner Independent Pictures, 2007).

Invaders from Mars. Dir. William Cameron Menzies (Edward L. Alperson Productions, 1953).

Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Dir. Don Siegel (Walter Wanger Productions, 1956).

Ironman. Dir. Jon Favreau (Marvel Studios, 2008).

Ironman 2. Dir. Jon Favreau (Marvel Studios, 2010).

Ironman 3. Dir. Shane Black (Marvel Studios, 2013).

It Came from Outer Space. Dir. Jack Arnold (Universal International Pictures, 1953).

Jaws. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Zanuck/Brown Productions, 1975). (p.220)

Jurassic Park. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Amblin Entertainment, 1993).

The Kingdom. Dir. Peter Berg (Universal Pictures, 2007).

King Kong. Dirs. Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack (RKO Pictures, 1933).

Lawrence of Arabia. Dir. David Lean (Columbia Pictures, 1962).

Lions for Lambs. Dir. Robert Redford (Wildwood Enterprises, 2007).

Manticore. Dir. Tripp Reed (SyFy Pictures, 2005).

Metropolis. Dir. Fritz Lang (UFA, 1927).

The Omen. Dir. Richard Donner (Twentieth Century Fox, 1976).

Planet of the Apes. Dir. Franklin J. Schaffner (Twentieth Century Fox, 1968).

Prometheus. Dir. Ridley Scott (Twentieth Century Fox, 2012).

Raiders of the Lost Ark. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Paramount Pictures, 1981).

Rendition. Dir. Gavin Hood (New Line Cinema, 2007).

Speed. Dir. Jan de Bont (Twentieth Century Fox, 1994).

Stargate. Dir. Roland Emmerich (Canal+, 1994).

Star Trek: Into Darkness. Dir. J.J. Abrams (Paramount Pictures, 2013).

Star Wars. Dir. George Lucas (Lucasfilm Ltd, 1977).

Superman. Dir. Richard Donner (Dovemead Films, 1978).

Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Dir. James Cameron (Carolco Pictures, 1991).

Titanic. Dir. James Cameron (Twentieth Century Fox, 1997).

Transformers. Dir. Michael Bay (DreamWorks Pictures, 2007).

Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. Dir. Michael Bay (DreamWorks SKG, 2009).

Triumph of the Will. Dir. Leni Riefenstahl (Leni Riefenstahl-Produktion, 1935).

The War of the Worlds. Dir. Byron Haskin (Paramount Pictures, 1953).

War of the Worlds. Dir. Steven Spielberg (Paramount Pictures, 2005).

We Were Soldiers. Dir. Randall Wallace (Icon Entertainment International, 2002).


7th Heaven. Created by Brenda Hampton (Spelling Television, 1996–2007).

Ancient Aliens (Prometheus Entertainment, 2009–).

Apocalypse How? Exec. Producer Bill Hunt (KPI, 2008).

Apocalypse Island. Dir. Edwin Barnhart (NFGTV, 2010).

Babylon 5. Created by J. Michael Straczynski (Babylonian Productions, 2004–08).

Battlestar Galactica. Created by Glen A. Larson (Glen A. Larson Productions, 1978–79).

Battlestar Galactica. Created by Glen A. Larson, Ronald D. Moore and David Eick (British Sky Broadcasting, 2004–09).

Beverly Hills 90210. Created by Darren Star (90210 Productions, 1990–2000).

Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Created by Joss Whedon (Mutant Enemy, 1997–2003).

Colony. Created by Ryan J. Condal and Carlton Cuse (Legendary Television, 2016–). (p.221)

Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Created by Ann Druyan, Carl Sagan and Steven Soter (Public Broadcasting Service, 1980).

Countdown to Apocalypse. Exec. Producer Johnathan Koch (Asylum Entertainment, 2012).

Dawson’s Creek. Created by Kevin Williamson (Outerbanks Entertainment, 1998–2003).

Decoding the Past: Doomsday 2012–The End of Days. Exec. Producer Michael Stiller (Morningstar Entertainment, 2007).

Decoding the Past: The Other Nostradamus. Dir. Mathilde Bitner (Authentic Entertainment, 2005).

The Dukes of Hazzard. Created by Gy Waldron (Lou Step Productions, 1979–85).

In Search of Ancient Astronauts. Created by Alan Landsburg (Alan Landsburg Productions, 1973).

Invasion. Created by Shaun Cassidy (Warner Bros. Television, 2005–06).

Judging Amy. Created by Amy Brenneman et al. (Barbara Hall/Joseph Stern Productions, 1999–2005).

The Lost Book of Nostradamus. Dir Kreg Lauterbach (1080 Entertainment, 2007).

Mayan Doomsday Prophecy. Dir. Kreg Lauterbach (Towers Productions, 2006).

Nostradamus 2012. Dir. Andy Picard (1080 Entertainment, 2009).

Party of Five. Created by Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman (Columbia Pictures Television, 1994–2000).

Roswell High. Created by Jason Katims (Jason Katims Productions, 1999–2002).

Smallville. Created by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar (Warner Bros. Television, 2001–2011).

Stargate SG-1. Created by Brad Wright and Jonathan Glassner (Sony Pictures Television, 1997–2007).

Surface. Created by Jonas Pate and Josh Pate (NBC Universal Television, 2005–06).

Threshold. Created by Bragi F. Schut (Sky Television, 2005–06).

The Twilight Zone. Created by Rod Serling (Cayuga Productions, 1959–64).

X-Files. Created by Chris Carter (Ten Thirteen Productions, 1993–2002). (p.222)