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  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • The Adventures of Spaceman Rod
        • Flanders now has a kiosk in Springfield Mall selling personalized movies. He shows Homer the one he made for his son Rod. "Kiosk Productions presents an outer space adventure starring you” Homer buys a movie for Lisa for her birthday. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Alien Boy
        • Movie script sent to Will Smith's son Jaden. (Season 1 episode Gay Marriage Legalized)
    • Alien Invasion Tomato Monster Mexican Armada Brothers Who are Just Regular Brothers Running in A Van from An Asteroid and All Sort of Things: The Movie
        • Movie from another dimension (Season 1 episode Rixty Minutes)
    • The Amazing Colossal Man and Grasshopper-us
        • Homer: If we learned one thing from The Amazing Colossal Man and Grasshopper-us, it's that radiation makes stuff grow real big fast. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • The Ambivalence Movie Trilogy
        • A series of post apocalyptic adventure movies starring Finley Farrow, based on the popular book trilogy of the same name (Season 2 episode 9 Back to the Past)
    • Ambivalence: The Uprising
        • New movie - first of the new Ambivalence movie threequel (Season 2 episode 9 Back to the Past)
    • Argo
        • Fake movie used as a ruse to sneak hostages out of the country.
    • Assignment: Earth 2: The Wrath of Khan
        • In our reality, the last episode of the 2nd season of the Original Star Trek series was called, "Assignment: Earth", and was intended to be a backdoor pilot for a new television series. But alas, it was never picked up by the network. In an alternate reality, Star Trek was canceled after the second season, and Assignment: Earth actually ran for 6-7 seasons, becoming even more popular than Star Trek ever was. There were even theatrical movies, including Assignment: Earth 2: The Wrath of Khan.
    • Attack of the 50 Foot Frankenstein
        • Movie poster on the wall in the basement of the Android's Dungeon, where Comic Book Guy keeps his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Beyond
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
        • Movie poster at movie theater. (Season 9 episode The Squat and the Hover)
        • Movie poster at bus stop. (Season 11 episode I Think I banged Lucilla Ball)
    • The Big Piece
        • Screenplay by Jim's Athlead client, professional baseball that goes by the name The Big Piece. It's a half-biopic, half-superhero movie. The mild-mannered professional baseball player Ryan Howard hits a home run into outer space, and then the ball comes back with space dust that transforms him into the Big Piece. (Season 9 episode Promos)
    • The Boy Who Magically Switched Places with His Dad
        • Father/Son switching film starring Pauly Shore, featuring a new song by Metallica called The Father/Son Switching Song (Episode At The Beach)
    • Chief Starr and the Raiders of the Galaxy
        • Greendale decides to capitalize on Chang's celebrity status by taking the footage Abed had from his movie Police Justice and turning it into a science fiction movie. It's like Chinatown in Space. (Season 6 episode Intro to Recycled Cinema)
    • Clone Me an Angel
        • Movie playing at Springfield Googolplex Theatres when the Simpsons watch Shenani-Goats. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow
        • The latest chapter of the epic space saga, parody of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta
        • Mariner hijacks Boimler's holodeck program, making it into a movie. "Mariner Holodeck Programs presents a Mariner production of Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta" (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • Cybort
        • Charlie and Alan run into Judith - and her date - at the movies when they go to see Captivated by Solitude. Other movies playing at the theater include Death Fist 4, Hardball, Beyond, Cybort, Jolly Good Fellow and Pawn. (Season 1 episode Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor)
    • Dawn of the Seven
        • The ultimate team-up movie. Coming out Summer 2021. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride) World premiere. (Season 3 episode Payback)
    • Death Blimp
        • Aliens steal a blimp and try to destroy Earth starring Loretta Crispin (Traci Lords) as the topless rock climber... it's not what you think - she gets in a fight with a puma and the nudity is organic to the story. (Episode Dial M for Laptop)
    • Don Incubus, Demon P.I. (film)
        • Comic book adaptation by 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • A Future Droid in King Arthur's Court
        • Rainier Wolfcastle's film in which he learned that it takes a Robo Knight to defeat a Robot Knight. And to defeat a paparazzo, it takes the world's greatest celebrity shutterbug - Enrico Irritazio. (Season 18 episode Homerazzi)
    • Galaxy Quest (movie)
        • In the world of the Galaxy Quest mockumentary, the upcoming Galaxy Quest movie is a revival of the canceled TV show starring Jason Nesmith as Peter Quincy Taggart, not Tim Allen as Jason Nesmith, Gwen DeMarco as Tawny Madison, not Sigourney Weaver as Gwen DeMarco, etc. (From the "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" mockumentary)
    • Infant 1
        • One of Wray's previous sci-fi projects. According to Wray, it sucked. (Season 1 episode 3 Behind the Lines)
    • Infant 2
        • One of Wray's previous sci-fi projects. According to Wray, it sucked even more than Infant 1. (Season 1 episode 3 Behind the Lines)
    • Into the Womb: Back To the Fetus
        • One of Wray's previous sci-fi projects, a prequel to Infant 1 and Infant 2. (Season 1 episode 3 Behind the Lines)
    • The Invasion of the Potato People
        • Science fiction movie about a scientist who tries to protect the planet from a race of potato-like creatures who try to plant themselves in the earth and take over, according to Peter. (Episode The Personality Kid)
    • Invasion of the Saucer-Men
        • Movie poster on the wall in the basement of the Android's Dungeon, where Comic Book Guy keeps his secret stash of bootleg videos. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • It Came from Planet Earth
        • The gang goes to the movie theater and debates which movie to see. There's a poster of this one on the wall behind them. (Episode Raging Bender)
    • Jake and Gina Present: The Queen of Tears: Battle for The Amulet of Destiny: Part One: of Five
        • Movie that Jake and Gina say they should make. (Season 6 episode Return of the King)
    • Jupiter Guys
        • Movie set dressing guy is making that wants to buy or rent ALF's spaceship to use as prop in the movie. (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Kickpuncher (reboot)
        • Abed's plans to crash the premiere of the Kickpuncher reboot dressed like classic Kickpuncher fall apart when he accidentally gets foam on Buzz Hickey's duck drawings. (Season 5 episode Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality)
    • Mant!
        • Science fiction B-movie. Half man! Half ant! In Atomo-Vision and Rumble-Rama!
    • Mohawk Over the Moon
        • One of Ginger's movies, aAbout a Native American astronaut. Ginger wore her hair up in it. (episode The Kidnapper)
    • Monsters from Outer Space
        • Science fiction VHS tape in the video rental store that a young Angela visits in Vietnam. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • The Mos Eisley Five: A Star Wars Story
        • New Star Wars anthology film introduced by none other than J.J. Abrams (2017 host Charles Barkley)
    • The Planet from Outer Space
        • Bart buys the Orbit King Rocket Kit with Homer's credit card after seeing it advertised during a showing of the movie The Planet from Outer Space on Rain Delay Theater. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Planet Tomorrow
        • Science fiction movie that Professor Frink's father mentions. (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Frinkenstein)
    • Revelations
        • Fictional science fiction movie (from Chris Gaines album liner notes, discussing the inspiration for the song "Lost in You"): This song was originally written for the movie "Revelations". I was contacted by the producers and was told they were looking for a title song so they flew me out to screen the movie. I know everyone will remember the movie for its special effects, but the love affair between Scott and Kennedy is what grabbed me. The whole world is coming to an end and all that seems to matter to him is making sure that she knows how much he doesn't want to live if living means without her. "Lost In You" came from that love.
    • Reverse Godzilla
        • Britta reminds Abed that he once made Leonard take off his clothes and filled the living room with lizards, which he did for his movie Reverse Godzilla. (Season 6 episode Laws of Robotics & Party Rights)
    • Scorcher
        • In 2013, when the Earth's rotation came to a halt, the world called on the one man who could make a difference.
    • Scorcher VI: Global Meltdown
        • Now, the one made who made a difference five times before is about to make a difference again. Only this time, it's different. Here we go again. Again. Who left the fridge open?
    • Sea Cat
        • Andy and Simon's cover story - they're movie producers and this is the movie they're making. It's an underwater action drama about a mutated lion that lives in the ocean and attacks shipping lanes. (Episode Dial M for Laptop)
    • Space Knife
        • Movie poster in the window of the local movie theater in Hawkins, the one defaced by Steve's friends. Space Knife is the name of show crew member Craig Johnson's 80s synth pop band. (Season 1 episode Chapter Seven: The Bathtub)
    • Space Mistakes
        • Science fiction movie. He made a mistake, and because it happened in space, he blew up. (Episode 11/6/19 Chance the Rapper)
    • Space Mutants
        • Jimbo tells Bart that he got kicked out of all three previous Space Mutant movies. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head) Poster in flashback sequence. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge) Coming Soon poster outside the Aztec Theater when Homer and Marge went to see The Empire Strikes Back. (Season 3 episode I Married Marge)
    • Space Mutants 2
        • Jimbo tells Bart that he got kicked out of all three previous Space Mutant movies. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Space Mutants 3
        • Jimbo tells Bart that he got kicked out of all three previous Space Mutant movies. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Space Mutants 4: The Trilogy Continues
        • Bart hooks up with the bad kids and they sneak into the Aztec movie theater, and get kicked out. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
    • Space Mutants 7
        • Movie in the Space Mutants series (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love) Movie poster on VHS Village video rental store window. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder) Movie on the Springfield Googolplex marquee, as Space Mutants VII. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Space Mutants V
        • Principal Skinner takes Patty to see Space Mutants V: The Land Down Under at the Aztec Theater. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming) There's a "Space Mutants 5" poster on the nerds' wall when Homer goes to college. (Season 5 episode Homer Goes to College) Movie poster on Comic Book Guy's bedroom wall, simply titled, "Space Mutants V". (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Space Mutants VI
        • Movie playing at the Springfield Googolplex Theatre. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer) Poster on the wall outside the Springfield Googolplex marquee. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Space Mutants XII: Return of Klepnorg
        • Movie poster on the wall at the Aztec behind Mel Gibson when the crowd rushes him. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Space Pirates
        • Movie that Wak mentions. Coming to a theater near you. Rated R.
    • Space Ships
        • Two cardboard boxes are about to become Space Ships. A Troy & Abed Thing. (Season 2 episode Basic Rocket Science)
    • Spectrum: The Movie
        • Movie version of the old canceled TV show (Season 1 episode 13 Too Much Closure for Comfort)
    • Starkiller
        • Movie playing at drive-in theater. Star Wars reference - Luke Skywalker's original last name.
    • Starsea
        • During one of his replays, Jeff notices a 1974 blockbuster film called Starsea, written and produced by an unknown filmmaker, Pamela Phillips, who has recruited Steven Spielberg to direct and George Lucas, as a special effects supervisor, before the two shot to stardom with their own projects.
    • Tannhauser Gate
        • The Coronet movie theater is shown in present day Westview featuring the fictional movies Tannhauser Gate - apparent Blade Runner reference - and Put the Fun in Dysfunction. Following Wanda's transformation, the movies featured are real - Kidnapped from 1959, and Big Red from 1962. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • Tek-Knight Lives
        • New Vought movie, mentioned a couple of times during the episode - once during the super villain name focus group, and later by Mr. Edgar when he's talking to Homelander. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • They Came to Conquer
        • New movie Spencer and his friends watch (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Time Climbers 3
        • Science fiction movie that Josh mentions. (Season 2 episode The Brain Job)
    • Time Jackers
        • One of Wray's previous sci-fi projects. According to Wray, it sucked. (Season 1 episode 3 Behind the Lines)
    • Timenarc 2050
        • Movie starring Tugg Speedman (mentioned in Variety article seen in DVD bonus features)
    • Tomorrow
        • 1961 science fiction film about a society of domestically programmed human beings working for an all powerful state system.
    • A Topiary
        • The film that Kris is editing at the beginning of the movie is A Topiary, the film that Shane Carruth had begun production on before deciding to film Upstream Color instead.
    • Watch the Skies
        • Movie poster at the movie theater, original title for Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
    • Zorro Vs. the Rat People
        • Title in Harry's movie collection. (Season 5 episode Who Was that Mashed Man?)

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