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<i>2001: A Space Odyssey </i> is the next step in human evolution — all you have to do it take it
2001: A Space Odyssey is the next step in human evolution — all you have to do it take it The Movie is the Monolith

Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is the best sci-fi film of all time. It's better than Star Wars. Better than The Empire Strikes Back, Planet of the Apes, The Matrix, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Alien, Blade Runner, The Road Warrior, Akira, Close Encounters, Gattaca, Soylent Green, District 9, The Thing, West World, The Terminator, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Wall-E, and Star Trek II and IV and VI. — Chris Haire


We talked to a few of Charleston's diehard Trekkies — and we may have joined the tribe
We talked to a few of Charleston's diehard Trekkies — and we may have joined the tribe Live Long and Trek On

I'm going to preface this article with a warning: I don't know a lot about Star Trek. I respect it, I do the Vulcan salute more than I'd like to admit, and I'm a big fan of the Family Guy spoof episode. But other than that, well, I had to Google U.S.S. Enterprise, to give you some idea of my ignorance. — Connelly Hardaway


Shining a light on UFO sightings
Shining a light on UFO sightings It Came out of the Sky

On March 18, 1978, at approximately 1:15 a.m., Deputy Pike Limehouse with the Dorchester Sheriff's Office was called out to a remote area near Summerville to investigate something that could not be explained. Speaking to a film crew later that year, the officer said that once he arrived on scene he was approached by a North Charleston resident by the name of Bill Herrmann, who told the deputy he would not believe what had happened. — Dustin Waters


What's your spirit robot?
What's your spirit robot? Does Not Compute

If there is one character that is essential to all sci-fi, it's the robot. In fact, if one were to call Mary Shelley's Frankenstein a sci-fi novel — which it is, albeit with gothic trimmings — the Creature himself is more or less the first robot, a humanoid-esque beast pieced together and brought to life by his creator. — Chris Haire


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