1. ‘When you get there, you will already be there’: Stranger Things, Twin Peaks and the nostalgia industry
  2. Dan Hassler-Forest
  3. pp. 175-197
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  1. Unsettling pedagogy: Sifting the postcolonial midden heaps of Neill Blomkamp’s District 9
  2. Gregory Brophy, Shawn Malley
  3. pp. 199-222
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  1. Mind the knowledge gap: Ex Machina’s reinterpretation of the female android
  2. Ana Oancea
  3. pp. 223-246
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  1. Race and world memory in Arrival
  2. David H. Fleming
  3. pp. 247-267
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  1. After monster theory? Gareth Edwards’s Monsters
  2. Roger Luckhurst
  3. pp. 269-290
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  1. Landscape and the Science Fiction Imaginary by John Timberlake (review)
  2. Stefan Ekman
  3. pp. 295-298
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  1. Alien: Covenant (Ridley Scott US 2017) (review)
  2. Bonnie McLean
  3. pp. 299-302
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  1. Spider-Man: Homecoming (Jon Watts US 2017) (review)
  2. Andrew Hoffmann
  3. pp. 302-307
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  1. Wonder Woman (Patty Jenkins US 2017) (review)
  2. Cait Coker
  3. pp. 307-310
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  1. X-Men: Apocalypse (Bryan Singer US 2016) (review)
  2. Justice Hagan
  3. pp. 311-313
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  1. About the contributors
  2. pp. 315-316
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