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Fantastic Voyage (1966) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Fantastic Voyage (1966) Directed by Richard Fleischer. With Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch, Edmond O’Brien, Donald Pleasence, Arthur O’ Connell and Arthur Kennedy.

Some films are released and echo throughout time, remaining relevant and potent to live a life beyond a life. 466 more words

Film Reviews

1966: Fantastic Voyage

1966 starts with a double header: Fantastic Voyage and Fantastic Voyage! One, the Academy Award winning film that sends 5 miniaturized people on a journey through the human body to save a mans life. 1,227 more words

Science Fiction

FANTASTIC VOYAGE is closer to reality -- with scallop microbots

In the 1960s science fiction film Fantastic Voyage, audiences thrilled to the idea of shrinking a submarine and the people inside it to microscopic dimensions and injecting it into a person’s bloodstream.

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#163 - Fantastic Voyage (1966)

Continuing Old Sci-Fi Movie Month, Lincoln and Kyle discuss 1966’s Fantastic Voyage, a movie where people get shrunk and enter a human body. Joe Dante later did the same thing but funnier. 65 more words


Fantastic Voyage

“Hey, come on, come along take a ride
There’s a party over there, that ain’t no jive
It’s live, live, it’s all the way live… 208 more words

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Review: Into the Dalek

Doctor Who (Series 8 Episode 2)
Into the Dalek // Reviewed by James Chapman

BBC1. 7.30pm. 30.08.14.

Written by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat

Directed by Ben Wheatley… 1,430 more words

Doctor Who