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Win The Geek’s Guide to SF Cinema, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Blade Runner 2049


Why do SF movies matter? What do they tell us about the interests of storytellers and the changing tastes of cinema-goers? How have SF movies evolved with filmmaking technology over the past 110 years?

The Geek’s Guide To SF Cinema by Ryan Lambie provides an entertaining and in-depth history of the science fiction genre’s pivotal and most influential movies. From the pioneering films of Georges Méliès to such blockbusters as Avatar and Inception in the 21st century, the book will explore how these key movies were made, how they reflected the mood of the time in which they were released and how they have influenced other filmmakers in the years since.

Historians and experts contribute to answer questions such as: ‘How important was Fritz Lang’s contribution to cinema?’ and ‘What did Alien say about the cynical climate of the 1970s?’ Providing nostalgia for long-time SF addicts and context for those whose knowledge and love of the genre is still growing, this is a pop-culture book with depth.

Up for grabs is a prize pack which contains the following:

1 x The Geek’s Guide to SF Cinema by Ryan Lambie
1 x 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke
1 x Blade Runner 2049 Blu-ray

If you like the sound of that, then simply answer the following question:

Win The Geek’s Guide to SF Cinema, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Blade Runner 2049

The Geek’s Guide to SF Cinema: 30 Key Films that Revolutionised the Genre is available to buy from 15th February 2018. You can pre-order it here.

Blade Runner 2049 is out now on Blu-ray and DVD. The Geek’s guide to SF Cinema and 2001: A Space Odyssey are courtesy of Little, Brown Book Group.

The competition is for UK residents only and you have to be 15 or over to enter.

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