- 2001: A Space Odyssey
- A Clockwork Orange
- Back to the Future
- Big Fish
- Blade Runner
- Close Encounters of the Third Kind
- Dune (SF-channel mini-series)
- E.T.: The Extraterrestrial
- The Empire Strikes Back
- Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
- Field of Dreams
- Gormenghast (SF-channel mini-series)
- The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood (TV)
- Lord of the Rings Trilogy [AA]
- The Lost Room (SF-channel mini-series)
- The Matrix
- Minority Report
- The Prestige
- The Prisoner (mini-series)
- The Sixth Sense
- Terminator 2: Judgment Day
- Time Bandits
- The Time Machine (remake)
- The 12 Monkeys
- V for Vendetta (2005)
- WALL-E (animated)
The Prisoner was actor Patrick McGoohan's tv sequel to his first show, Secret Agent Man, and still has a large cult following due to its originality and statements about brainwashing, freedom, individuality, non-conformity, and government repression. It was planned as a 16-part complete series with an ending, first time ever on television, and British of course.
A Clockwork Orange was good, and the first and maybe only film rated X for violence (tame by today's standards), but the book was phenomenol, one of the best ever, Burgess wrote it to exorcise demons from a real life home invasion by a gang. The entire book was in Alex's vernacular, and later editions had a necessary glossary of the invented slang. "Hey, Billy Boy, come and get one in the yarbles, if you have any yarbles that is, ya eunuch jelly thou."
Big Fish is my favorite Tim Burton film, a beautiful fantasy of tall tales.
Where to you put Poltergeist, is it horror or science fiction? Same with Aliens.