Welcome to NeXt, a visual database of science fiction.
- The Science Fiction Canon features still from 50 of the most influential science fiction films of all time.
- Global Science Fiction explores science fiction from Japan, France, Germany, Russia, Australia, Mexico, and more.
- Origins and History traces the literary beginnings of the genre and its evolution into one of the most popular genres of film and television.
- Design and Technology investigates the development of science fiction robots, spaceships, weapons, vehicles, time machines, and other technologies.
- Stars & Stardom explores famous actors and actresses, as well as iconic heroes, villains, video games, television shows, spaceships, and robots.
- Crossovers examines the merging of science fiction with other genres such as horror and westerns.
- Locations looks at some of the most iconic places in the science fiction genre, and how they have been represented in various films.
- The Video Gallery contains interviews with students who have studied science fiction cinema, discussing such important films as Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1927, Germany), La Jetee (Chris Marker, 1962, France), Fahrenheit 451 (Francois Truffaut, 1966, France), Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972, U.S.S.R.), The Terminator (James Cameron, 1984, U.S.), Independence Day (Roland Emmerich, 1996, U.S.), Minority Report (Steven Spielberg, 2002, U.S.), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michel Gondry, 2004, U.S.), The Prestige (Christopher Nolan, 2006, U.S./U.K.), Children of Men (Alfonso Cuarón, 2006, U.K.), WALL-E (Andrew Stanton, 2008, U.S.), Moon (Dunan Jones, 2009, U.K.), and District 9 (Neil Blomkamp, 2009, South Africa).
- The Articles Database contains scholarly papers written by students who have studied science fiction cinema, discussing such important films as Minority Report, The Prestige, Children of Men, District 9, WALL-E, and Moon, among others.