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  Volume 7, Issue 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents


‘Does all this have to happen again?’ Excavating heritage in Battlestar Galactica

pp. 1-29

1950s science fiction cinema’s depersonalisation narratives in Britain

pp. 31-54

A journey into the shadows: The Twilight Zone’s visual critique of the Cold War

pp. 55-76

Panic on the streets of London: Tourism and British dystopian cinema

pp. 77-98

Why does your church look like a fortress?: God and the gothic in Doctor Who and Hammer

pp. 99-116

DVD reviews

Looper by Rian Johnson (review)

pp. 117-120

Sound of My Voice by Zal Batmanglij (review)

pp. 120-124

Book reviews

The Already Dead: The New Time of Politics, Culture, and Illness by Eric Cazdyn (review)

pp. 125-130

Projecting Tomorrow: Science Fiction and Popular Cinema by James Chapman and Nicholas J. Cull (review)

pp. 130-133

I See You: The Shifting Paradigms of James Cameron’s Avatar by Ellen Grabiner (review)

pp. 133-135

Looking for Lost: Critical Essays on the Enigmatic Series by Randy Laist, ed. (review)

pp. 135-137

Artificial Culture: Identity, Technology, and Bodies by Tama Leaver (review)

pp. 137-140

The Worlds of Back to the Future: Critical Essays on the Films by Sorcha Ní Fhlainn, ed. (review)

pp. 140-143

Gothic Science Fiction, 1980–2010 by Sara Wasson and Emily Alder (eds) (review)

pp. 143-146

The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema by Jeffrey Weinstock (review)

pp. 146-150

Time Travel: The Popular Philosophy of Narrative by David Wittenberg (review)

pp. 150-155

About the contributors

pp. 157-158

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