The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Movies by C. J. Henderson; William Shatner (Foreword by)"The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Movies is the most complete reference available on the subject. Written by a noted film reviewer and journalist
Internet Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Television Series, 1998-2013 by Vincent TerraceThis is the first ever compilation on Internet television and provides details of 405 programs from 1998 to 2013. Each entry contains the storyline, descriptive episode listings, cast and crew lists, the official website and comments. An index of personnel and programs concludes the book. From Barry the Demon Hunter to Time Traveling Lesbian to Hamilton Carver, Zombie P.I., it is a previously undocumented entertainment medium that is just now coming into focus. Forty-eight photos accompany the text.
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