British science fiction films in all BBC programmes
Mark Kermode reviews 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Mark Kermode reviews About Time.
Absolutely Anything reviewed by Robbie Collin
Alfonso Cuarón talks to James King about his new film Gravity.
Mark Kermode reviews Anon.
Domhnall Gleeson talks to Simon about Ex Machina.
Gemma Arterton interviewed by Simon Mayo.
Mark Kermode reviews High Life.
Mark Kermode reviews How To Talk To Girls At Parties.
Mark Kermode reviews Interstellar.
Mark Kermode reviews Ex Machina
Ridley Scott's latest sci-fi offering set in the same universe as the Alien films.
Monsters: Dark Continent reviewed by Mark Kermode.
The Good Doctor is impressed by the 'Italian neorealist' styling of sci-fi film Monsters.
Mark Kermode reviews sci-fi film Moon, the feature debut for director Duncan Jones.
Jack Howard joins Mark to talk about Mute, which has received wildly polarised reviews.
Story set in a parallel world where three teenagers live in mysterious isolation.
A crew aboard a spaceship wake up with no knowledge of their mission or their identities.
Mark reviews Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's comedy road movie.
Sir Ridley Scott speaks to Simon Mayo about his new film, The Martian.
Mark Kermode reviews Robot Overlords.
A mooted "final Alien" film would be a "very interesting prospect" says Sigourney Weaver.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost explain the restrictions they faced when writing their new alien comedy movie, Paul.
Mark Kermode reviews The Girl With All The Gifts.
Mark Kermode reviews The Lobster.
The Martian reviewed by Mark Kermode.
Mark Kermode reviews The Worlds End