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Index to volume 6
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Abbott, Stacey and Simon Brown, Introduction: The truth is (still) out there: The X-Files twenty years on 1
Berra, John, The sf cinema of mainland China: politics, production and market potential 177
Brown, Simon, Memento mori: the slow death of The X-Files 7
Calvert, Bronwen, William Gibson's 'cyberpunk' X-Files 39
Chin, Bertha, The fan-media producer collaboration: how fan relationships are managed in a post-series X-Files fandom 87
Gallardo C., Ximena, Aliens, cyborgs and other invisible men: Hollywood's solutions to the black 'problem' in sf cinema 219
Grant, Barry Keith, Digital anxiety and the new verité horror and sf film 153
Hansen, Regina, Catholicism in The X-Files : Dana Scully and the harmony of faith and reason 55
Irwin, Mary, 'You are where you are, Sam - you've got to make the best of it!': re-imagining, renegotiating and re-evaluating memories of the early 1970s in BBC's Life on Mars 369
Jowett, Lorna, 'Mulder, have you noticed that we're on television?': 'X-Cops', style and innovation 23
Kirkland, Ewan and Aybige Yilmaz, Introduction: memory and modernity 319
Mousoutzanis, Aris, Trauma, memory and information in American sf film and television, 1980-2010 327
Picarelli, Enrica and M. Carmen Gomez-Galisteo, Be fearful: The X-Files ' post-9/11 legacy 71
Pillai, Nicolas, 'What am I looking at, Mulder?': licensed comics and the freedoms of transmedia storytelling 101
Schmaltz, Eric, Modernity and the masturbator: the non-human economy, excess and non-gendered consciousness in The Cell 203
Spotnitz, Frank, Foreword iii
Teo, Yugin, Love, longing and danger: memory and forgetting in early twenty-first-century sf films 349
Wright, Peter, A condition of England: the critique of racism, sexism and the 'back to nature' movement in the BBC's adaptation of Peter Dickinson's 'The Changes' novels 253
Yilmaz, Aybige, The popularity of time travel in contemporary media: Being Erica and time travel as individualised consumer choice 387


Wright, Peter, Ringing the changes: a production history of the BBC's adaptation of Peter Dickinson's 'The Changes' 281

Book reviews

Abbott, Stacey, Angel (Rhonda V. Wilcox) 127
Berman, Michael and Rohit Dalvi, eds, Heroes, Monsters and Values: Science Fiction Films of the 1970s (Malisa Kurtz) 429
Bould, Mark, Science Fiction (D. Harlan Wilson) 432
Britton, Piers, TARDISbound: Navigating the Universes of Doctor Who (Matt Hills) 142
Brooker, Will, Star Wars (Lincoln Geraghty) 307
Cline, John and Robert G. Weiner, eds, From the Arthouse to the Grindhouse: Highbrow and Lowbrow Transgression in Cinema's First Century (Jeff Hicks) 131
Constable, Catherine, Adapting Philosophy: Jean Baudrillard and The Matrix Trilogy (Kevin Fisher) 309
Geraghty, Lincoln, Living with Star Trek: American Culture and the Star Trek Universe and ed., The Influence of Star Trek on Television, Film and Culture (Ida Fadzillah Leggett) 135
Neighbors, R.C. and Sandy Rankin, eds, The Galaxy Is Rated G: Essays on Children's Science Fiction Film and Television (Ann F. Howey) 436
Paik, Peter Y., From Utopia to Apocalypse: Science Fiction and the Politics of Catastrophe (Darren Jorgensen) 314
Rieder, John, Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction (Andrew Milner) 138
Telotte, J. P. and Gerald Duchovnay, eds, Science Fiction Film, Television, and Adaptation: Across the Screens (Peter Wright) 441

DVD reviews

Another Earth (Sarah Artt) 409
Contagion (Brent Bellamy) 119
Hive Mind (Rob Latham) 123
Island of Lost Souls (Rehan Hyder) 299
John Carpenter's The Thing and The Thing box-set (Emma Anne James) 303
Metropolis (multiple editions) (Leo Enticknap) 422
Rabies (Kalevet) (Danny Sagal) 420
The Cabin in the Woods (Tony Venezia) 411
The Island of Dr. Moreau (Daniel O'Brien) 415
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