Thanks for the visit. We are free but if you wish to support us in writing our quizzes:
Quiz About Sci-Fi
- What exactly is Deep Space Nine in the science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine?
- Which John Wyndham science fiction novel has been filmed twice (in 1960 and 1995) as Village of the Damned?
- Nadsat is a fictional language used by teenagers in which book and film?
- Which 1865 novel by Jules Verne tells the story of the Baltimore Gun Club?
- What do the intials in H.G. Wells stand for?
- By what name do we better know the 'heuristically programmed algorithmic computer'? And in which film did this computer first appear?
- Jeff Bridges plays game developer programmer Kevin Flynn in which 1982 American science fiction action-adventure film?
- According to the The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy what is the answer to the 'ultimate question of life, the universe and everything'?
- 'A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm' is the first law of what? And which science fiction author created these laws?
- Which ship was destroyed in 2122 when its reactor was set to self destruct by Warrant Officer Ellen Ripley?
- In many ways seen as a successor to Spock, name the anatomically fully functional android found by Starfleet in 2338 as sole survivor on Omicron Theta?
- In a 1984 science fiction film, based on a 1965 Frank Herbert novel, by what name is the planet Arrakis better known?
- A space station
- The Midwich Cuckoos
- A Clockwork Orange
- From the Earth to the Moon
- Herbert George
- HAL (or HAL 9000). 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- The Three Laws of Robotics. Isaac Asimov.
Quiz Questions II
- Name the FBI agent that partnered Special Agent Fox Mulder?
- Which 1950 science fiction short story collection by Ray Bradbury features the colonization of Mars by humans fleeing a devastated Earth?
- The Class M-3, Model B9, General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Robot features in which 1960s American science fiction television series?
- Which novel opens in London in AF 632 with the central characters Lenina Crowne and Bernard Marx?
- Which term to describe an illegal thought was popularized in the George novel Nineteen Eighty-Four?
- What did Ray Bradbury believe was the temperature, in degrees fahrenheit, at which book paper catches fire?
- What does the 'T' stand for in James T. Kirk?
- What is 6 miles long, 4 miles tall, and 3 miles wide and is operated by the Jupiter Mining Corporation?
- In which film does Rick Deckard reluctantly agree to hunt down bioengineered androids led by Roy Batty? And what name are given to these andriods?
- In which film do the aliens' heads explode when they hear Slim Whitman's 'Indian Love Call'?
- Captain Nemo appears in which two Jules Verne's novels?
- Dutch called which science fiction creation 'one ugly motherfucker!'?
- Which Arthur C. Clarke short story is said to have inspired the 1968 epic science-fiction film 2001: A Space Odyssey?
- Who wrote the following science fiction novels: (a) Neuromancer, (b) Ender's Game, (c) I, Robot, (d) The City and the Stars, (e) The Kraken Wakes, and (f) Starship Troopers?
- Dana Scully (The X-Files)
- The Martian Chronicles
- Lost in Space
- Brave New World (by Aldous Huxley)
- 451 degrees fahrenheit (Fahrenheit 451 is a novel)
- Red Dwarf
- Blade Runner. Replicants.
- Mars Attacks!
- Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and The Mysterious Island (did you know that Captain Nemo is also known as Prince Dakkar?)
- The Predator
- The Sentinel
- (a) William Gibson, (b) Orson Scott Card, (c) Isaac Asimov, (d) Arthur C. Clarke, (e) John Wyndham, and (f) Robert Heinlein