This classic science fiction film appreciation class showcases beloved films that cry out for viewing in a group setting the way they were first presented to the world. Each week will bring something new, films ranging from Golden Age sci-fi of the 1950s and 60s to the dystopian science fiction of the 1970s and occasional forays beyond. Co-hosts Eric Cohen and Mark Daniels will be your guides and provide you with film information, trivia and lively post-screening discussion every week. Longing for a story of unrequited love - with cool monsters and a mad scientist? Our first film of Winter Quarter, Bride of Frankenstein, will not disappoint. We then pivot to a campy Star Wars rip off, Message from Space. Next up is the back-to-basics space invader flick The Man from Planet X. We go out in style with the delicious King Kong rip off Konga, in which a genuinely mad scientist (Michael Gough) turns a cute little chimpanzee into… You’ll have to come see it to find out! Whether you are a seasoned science fiction film buff or simply want to put your head in a different place for a couple of hours every week, this will be an engaging, fun adventure of a class you won’t want to miss.
- Jan 11, 2024
to Feb 01, 2024
7:00 pm to 7:50 pm
- Session(s): 4; Thursday
Location : LB Bldg, Room 1207
9600 College Way North,Seattle,98103
- Fee: $79
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- Number of Sessions: 4 NS - CC - Gen Clrm - CC3457 - We 7:00PM - 9:00PM