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Based on an essay by H.G. Wells, Things to Come is a visionary story of colossal scope, spanning seventy years and the destruction and creation of civilization. Beginning in the near future (the late 1930s, naturally), a second World War breaks out, laying waste to all that is civilized. Fortunately, visionary scientist John Cabal (Raymond Massey) proposes to the world a scientific and ordered existence that will deliver all from the misery and toil that war has wrought. The film then leaps ahead to 2036, and the world has stabalized into a leisurly place of order and comfort â not at all to the liking of everyone! This science fiction masterpiece encompasses lofty ideals as well as down to Earth human passions that are struggling to survive a technological onslaught. From the jaw dropping visuals to the stirring performances, Things to Come is a pillar of film making achievement, as visionary as its story.
Time Travel author Robert P. Fitton steps through the time portal.
Science Fiction and Time Travel author Robert P. Fitton talks about domes on Mars and his Harry Cobb series.
Dr. Foster investigates the alien crash site, and stumbles upon a creature and its' weapon, a devastating heat ray!
Based upon the work by H.G. Wells
After being rescued and brought to an island, a man discovers that it's inhabitants are experimental animals being turned into strange looking humans, all of it the work of a visionary doctor.
In this first developer diary video for the upcoming XBLA and PSN title The War of the Worlds, hear Mike Mika and the rest of the Other Ocean Interactive team talk about the creative process that went into creating this truly one-of-a-kind game that hearkens back to the halcyon years of cinematic side-scrolling platformers and such classics as Prince of Persia, Out of This World and Flashback.