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The 8th Sci-Fi London Film Festival runs from April 29 to May 4 at Apollo West End cinema, Regent Street, London.
The festival will open with a screening of Eyeborgs - a fresh sci-fi take on the idea of a surveillance society. Other highlights include the world premiere of The Hunt For Gollum and the UK premieres of Japanese films The Clone Returns Home and Cyborg She.
All-nighters this year are celebrations of Star Trek, anime and Italian horror.
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Sci-Fi Latest Reviews
Three tales of terror: a threatening phone call; an ancient evil; and a ghostly morality tale.
In a futuristic totalitarian state, where human memories are literally converted to fuel, one man becomes convinced he can save the world.
A teenage girl enters a mysterious maze to try and win back her baby brother from the Goblin King.
A woman loses her mind after her lover is decapitated in a car accident.
Gandalf sends Strider out to find Gollum before he gives away the location of the One Ring.
A Japanese astronaut who dies during a mission is subsequently resurrected as a clone and returns to his childhood home.
A training cruise for Kirk turns deadly with the return of an old enemy.
A former rock star now working in a convenience store discovers that his childhood stories have inspired a megalomaniac with apocalyptic visions.
In a future world where the remnants of humanity are threatened by a sentient forest, a youth must reinvent himself in order to prevent people from the past destroying all that he holds dear.
The story of a reluctant angel turns into a flight of the imagination.
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