Sonja Georgi; Kathleen Loock, eds.

Of Body Snatchers and Cyberpunks: Student Essays on American Science Fiction Films


Sonja Georgi; Kathleen Loock

Of Body Snatchers and Cyberpunks: Teaching American Science Fiction Film

13 - 37 (2011)

Jörn Piontek

“There was a world once, you punk”

41 - 49 (2011)

Dennis Edelmann

“Like Alice in Wonderland”: Special Effects in 'The Matrix'

51 - 61 (2011)

Fabian Gumbrecht

“What are you doing, Dave?”: The Confrontation of Dave Bowman and HAL 9000 in Stanley Kubrick’s '2001: A Space Odyssey'

63 - 71 (2011)

Niklas Franzen

'Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite' as Social Reflection? The Success of the Sequence Among Young Adults of the Counterculture

75 - 86 (2011)

Manfred Alexander Müller

It Used to Be a Man’s World: Manhood and Masculinity in Don Siegel’s Invasion of the Body Snatchers

87 - 97 (2011)

Philipp Stückrath

“What keeps us safe also keeps us free”: State Control vs. Personal Liberty in Steven Spielberg’s 'Minority Report' and the Present-Day United States

99 - 109 (2011)

Moritz Emmelmann

Religion in 'Soylent Green'

111 - 122 (2011)

Dennis Kogel; Iris Schäfer

The Doppelgänger Motif in Science Fiction Film

125 - 141 (2011)

Stefanie Schwarz

“Can you see?”: The Importance of Vision and the Eye Motif in Steven Spielberg’s 'Minority Report'

143 - 150 (2011)

Solveig Burfeind

Becky Driscoll as femme fatale? Elements of film noir in Don Siegel’s 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers'

151 - 157 (2011)

Benjamin Ryan Ulonska

Human Monsters: The Function of the Horror Motif in Don Siegel’s 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' and Its Remakes

161 - 172 (2011)

Gina Ziebell

Why Does the One Only Exist in Cyberspace? Obsolescence of the Body, Construction of a Virtual Subject and the Question of Control in 'The Matrix'

173 - 184 (2011)

Eric S. Rabkin

The Creature from Brooklyn: My Life and Science Fiction Film

187 - 194 (2011)