- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Science Fiction Double Feature
- 1. From “Multiverse” to “Abramsverse”: <i>Blade Runner, Star Trek</i>, Multiplicity, and the Authorizing of Cult/SF Worlds
- 2. The Coy Cult Text: <i>The Man Who Wasn’t There</i> as Noir SF
- 3. “It’s Alive!”: The Splattering of SF Films
- 4. Sean Connery Reconfigured: From Bond to Cult Science Fiction Figure<sup>1</sup>
- 5. The Cult Film as Affective Technology: Anime and Oshii Mamoru’s <i>Innocence</i>
- 6. Whedon, Browncoats, and the Big Damn Narrative: The Unified Meta-Myth of <i>Firefly</i> and <i>Serenity</i>
- 7. <i>Iron Sky</i>’s War Bonds: Cult SF Cinema and Crowdsourcing
- 8. Transnational Interactions: <i>District 9</i>, or Apaches in Johannesburg
- 9. A Donut for Tom Paris: Identity and Belonging at European SF/Fantasy Conventions
- 10. <i>Robot Monster</i> and the “Watchable … Terrible” Cult/SF Film
- 11. Science Fiction and the Cult of Ed Wood: <i>Glen or Glenda?, Bride of the Monster</i>, and <i>Plan 9 from Outer Space</i>
- 12. Visual Pleasure, the Cult, and Paracinema
- 13. “Lack of Respect, Wrong Attitude, Failure to Obey Authority”: <i>Dark Star, A Boy and His Dog</i>, and New Wave Cult SF
- 14. Capitalism, Camp, and Cult SF: <i>Space Truckers</i> as Satire
- 15. <i>Bubba Ho-tep</i> and the Seriously Silly Cult Film
- A Select Cult/SF Bibliography
- A Select Cult SF Filmography
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