Science Fiction Book Review Sources

The titles below specifically index reviews that appeared in science fiction and fantasy periodicals, which for the most part are excluded from general periodical and book review indexes.

Multidisciplinary Book Review Sources

Film Review Indexes

Also search these databases:

Web of Science/Arts & Humanities Citation Index. (AHCI) 1975 - date.
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ProQuest Research Library. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1986- .
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Periodicals Index Online (formerly PCI). 1770 - 1993.
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Readers’ Guide Retrospective
Indexes film reviews in general interest periodicals alphabetically by title under the headings Moving Picture Plays--Criticism (earlier volumes) or Motion Picture Reviews. Covers the years 1890 through 1982.
Rotten Tomatoes
"With more than 100,000 titles and 360,000 review links in its ever-growing database, Rotten Tomatoes offers a fun and informative way to discover the critical reaction on movies from the nation's top print and online film critics, neatly summarized via the Tomatometer™."

See also: Film: A Guide to Resources

When Androids Invaded Cornell...

Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, the basis for the film Blade Runner, was chosen for Cornell's 2010 New Student Reading Project. The "Android Lectures" delivered by Cornell faculty from a range of science, social sciences, and humanities disciplines may be viewed online. You may also view the virtual library exhibition of related materials from the Kroch Rare & Manuscript Collection that were displayed in support of the Project.