Science fiction can often be seen as a fascinating hypothetical look at the extraordinary possibilities of technology. While many of these stories can be exciting and instill a sense of wonder, others show the darker side of these possibilities.
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Some of the greatest achievements of science-fiction cinema double as cautionary tales, showing us the negative consequences if humans continue down a certain path. , may occur. The following list includes some of the scariest and most disturbing moments in science fiction movies that will leave us thinking long after watching.
- Director: Lee Vennell
- IMDB rating of the movie: 7 5 out of 10
- Production: 2018
When he and his wife are assaulted, Gary Trice (Logan Marshall-Green) wakes up to find that he is paralyzed and that his wife has also been killed. While in the hospital, he is visited by tech mogul Aaron Kane (Harrison Gilbertson). Kane offers him a revolutionary surgery that involves installing a special chip in his body. This chip allows him to use the full capacity of his body.
It doesn't take long before this chip mentally connects with Gary and forces him to take revenge on his abusers. However, this revenge does not come without a price, and after defeating the criminals, Gary begins to think that it was all an illusion and that his wife is still alive. In fact, the chip has taken full control of his body and consciousness is trapped in his brain, and he will be forever away from the bitter truth.
- Director: Brandon Cronenberg
- IMDB rating for the movie: 6.5 out of 10
- Product: 2020
Tasia Voss (Andrea Risbro) is an assassin who uses special technology to control another person's body to assassinate his targets. Although his work leads to mental exhaustion, he nevertheless decides to take on his greatest task yet, the assassination of a wealthy CEO by taking control of his daughter's fiance, Colleen Tate (Christopher Abbott).
When things go awry, Tate and Voss find their lives intertwined, eventually leading to the baffling murders of the Voss family. Was this the result of Voss disconnection from reality or his subconscious action? The film's refusal to answer this question makes this climax all the more disturbing and thought-provoking.
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8) Twelve Monkeys
- Director: Terry Gilliam
- IMDB movie rating: 8 out of 10
- Product: 1995
In 2035, 40 years after a virus wiped out most of the Earth's population, James Cole (Bruce Willis) is imprisoned in an underground facility and plagued by nightmares of an airport shooting. He is eventually chosen to go on a mission to the past to help develop a cure for the virus.
After several mistakes, Cole finally finds the man who is about to spread the virus in the 90s and tries to prevent him from boarding the plane. He was seen pulling a gun by the police at the airport and was shot dead. As his body falls to the ground, we see a young Cole watching his own death in the future; An image that will stay with him forever and for a lifetime.
7) A Clockwork Orange
- Director: Stanley Kubrick
- IMDB rating of the movie: 8.3 out of 10
- Production: 1971
In a future dystopian Britain, the leader of a gang, Alex Delarge (Malcolm McDowell) and his gang roam the city streets and commit heinous acts. They commit violence against various innocent people. When Alex is finally found guilty of murder and sentenced to 14 years in prison, he is given the opportunity to be a test subject to test a new form of social maladjustment therapy.
After his release, the consequences Alex's crimes come back to him in the form of beatings by former victims, and he finally commits suicide. At the hospital, he is tested and the doctors conclude that the treatment has been successful and that Alex is apparently free of sexuality and violence. However, just before the credits roll, Alex has a perverted and disturbed dream that reveals He is not really cured. Even for a cynical director like Stanley Kubrick, this ending is a sad note to a deeply disturbing story.
6) A.I. Artificial Intelligence
- Director: Steven Spielberg
- IMDB rating of the movie: 7.2 of 10
- Product: 2001
The film tells the story of David (Haley Joel Osment), a robotic boy who The title is part of a trial for this technology being adopted by a family. It doesn't take long before he is deemed unsuitable for the family's lifestyle and is left alone in the forest. After this incident, David begins a journey to find his place in the world.
After his adventure ends and when he finds himself at the bottom of the ocean among the sunken ruins of humanity two thousand years old, David is discovered by an evolved robot. Through advanced scientific tools, they are able to fulfill David's ultimate wish to spend one day with his former godmother, whom he still loves. While David is content at this point, the audience learns that none of this is real and that his mother has not actually reciprocated his love.
- Director: Terry Gilliam
- IMDB Rating To the movie: 7.9 out of 10
- Production: 1985
In a dystopian overpopulated future, Sam Lowry (Jonathan Price is a low-level government employee who often fantasizes about saving a damsel in distress as an angelic warrior. However, excitement soon finds its way into Sam's life, when a malfunction in the phone's printer sets off a series of events that leads Sam to become a revolutionary against the bureaucracy.
Terry Gilliam's insane masterpiece surprises its audience with its brutal third, where Sam and Jill (Kim Griest), the woman of his dreams, escape together through hordes of soldiers and monsters. That is until it is revealed that Sam's brain has been irreparably damaged by government torture. The film's haunting final scene continues right up to the credits; When the delusional Sam is left alone in a huge torture chamber, he smiles, sings and is unaware of his sad fate.
4) Planet of the Apes
- Director: Franklin Schaffner
- IMDB rating for the movie : 8 out of 10
- Production: 1968
After crash landing on an alien planet, three astronauts deduce that They are several light years away from Earth. During their further search, they find out that the planet is ruled by apes and humans are used as slaves.
Astronaut Taylor (Charlton Heston) in his plan to escape from the apes, begins to find It provides evidence that humans once controlled this planet. His suspicion is confirmed in the last moments of the film; When he leaves the monkey crowd, he sees the Statue of Liberty half-submerged in the sand. This stunning image eventually became one of the most special and best images in the history of science-fiction cinema.
3) Invasion of the Body Snatchers
- Director: Philip Kaufman
- IMDB rating of the movie: 7. 4 of 10
- Product: 1978
After a series of reports about the strange behavior of humans, finally between these behaviors A strange connection is made with a group of extraterrestrial plant-like pods that have landed in San Francisco. As it turns out, the pod dissolves the victim's original body to create another version of him.
Matthew (Donald Sutherland) and Nancy (Veronica Cartwright) after their plans to thwart the pods' invasion, apparently The last remaining original humans are in San Francisco. However, when they meet again, Matthew suddenly shouts and points at Nancy. This is where we find out that Matthew is also a victim of pods and now Nancy is left alone in a city that no longer belongs to humans.
2) The Thing
- Director: John Carpenter
- IMDB rating of the movie: 8.2 of 10
- Product: 1982
With John Carpenter's interpretation of the "alien" response formula, the "creature" of the group adventure It tells the story of scientists who are trapped in Antarctica with a mysterious creature in their remote base. They become increasingly paranoid when they realize that this evil creature can take on the form of any human, and gradually lose trust in each other as their numbers dwindle.
In the last tense moments of the film, the two survivors, Childs (Keith David) and McReady (Kurt Russell) are left alone in the ruins of the destroyed station. One can only guess somewhat that the creature has been destroyed, and neither of them know if the other can be trusted. The audience remains silent as the two characters share a bottle of drink with each other, accepting that survival is both unlikely and meaningless at this point
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1) The Fly
- Director: David Cronenberg
- IMDB rating for the movie: 7.6 out of 10
- Product: 1986
Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum) is a genius scientist who invents a teleportation device and enters the device as his first human test subject. Everything is going according to plan, until a fly sneaks into the machine and fuses its DNA with Brundle's.
The anomaly is not noticeable at first, but over time, the fly's DNA begins to permeate Brundle's body. takes over and makes his character and appearance increasingly monstrous. The film reaches a sad climax; With a fully mutated Brundle begging his terrified girlfriend, Ronnie (Geena Davis), to shoot him out of this pitiful situation. Everything we saw during the film until the final point predicted this inevitable end for Brundle; However, we hoped that his course of destruction would finally stop. Instead, we're treated to a bittersweet ending that suggests humanity isn't going to achieve much anytime soon.
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