It's a busy month for science fiction fans.
A ragtag crew foraging for space junk in 2092 find an android child in their latest haul and have to decide if selling her to a shady buyer is worth the paycheck.
This sci-fi take on Jumanji follows a group of kids fighting to get home after being transported to space by a board game.
Christopher Nolan’s post-Dark Knight movie sends its heroes into their target’s dreams for a mind-bending high-stakes heist.
Domhnall Gleeson stars in this romantic comedy as a man who discovers that he has inherited time travel powers and decides to use them to improve his love life.
This alternate history series brings modern sensibilities to Regency-era drama, making it worth a watch even for those who aren’t fans of other historical fiction.
A World War II nurse is mysteriously transported back in time to 1743, where she must navigate life and love among some suspiciously familiar faces.
A high school student is forced to fight murderous masked figures when she’s transported to another dimension dominated by skyscrapers.
This over-the-top anthology explores sci-fi ideas from time travel to AI in gory detail, but its 18 episodes vary wildly in quality, and some come with major content warnings.
Black Mirror has been applauded and dunked on in equal measure, but this rare romantic episode from Season 3 is a series high point — and a perfect choice for Valentine’s Day viewing.