Military science-fiction

by Mighty_Emperor | created - 02 Jul 2013 | updated - 8 months ago | Public

The future is war!!!*

A list for military science-fiction (MSF) movies and TV. However, actually pinning the definition down can be tricky.

David Weber, author of the Honor Harrington series, has defined military science-fiction as:


I would differentiate between what I consider to be "military science-fiction" and what I consider to be ... something else masquerading by the same name.

For me, military science-fiction is science-fiction which is written about a military situation with a fundamental understanding of how military lifestyles and characters differ from civilian lifestyles and characters. It is science-fiction which attempts to realistically portray the military within a science-fiction context. It is not "bug shoots." It is about human beings, and members of other species, caught up in warfare and carnage. It isn't an excuse for simplistic solutions to problems.

It's an opportunity to explore responsibilities, morality, sacrifices, and costs.


It is a strict definition and few on here tick all the boxes, but most manage to satisfy the majority of his criteria. Although it is purely subjective (and eventually comes down to "I know it when I see it"), my rule-of-thumb is along the lines of: future (or near future) conflict where some of the protagonists are members of a military organisation, possibly opposed by another such group (or hordes of alien beasties). Just don't hold me to that too strictly.

Further reading: TV Tropes, MSF film and TV at militaryscifi.com, Future War Stories a MSF blog, The Problem with Military Science Fiction, and What is Military Science Fiction? and Your Military Science Fiction Isn't Really Military Science Fiction at io9.

See also: Space horror, another list of mine focusing on the the crossover of horror and sci-fi in deep space (in the same way this isn't just where the war and sci-fi genres intersect). The horrors of war list is more a direct intersection of war and horror and might include some sci-fi elements where supersoldier programs go wrong. The madder superscience on my Nazi occult list could include films that come close to this list (Iron Sky perhaps?).

* A phrase lifted from the end of Atari Teenage Riot's "The Future of War."

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1. Starship Troopers (1997)

R | 129 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

51 Metascore

Humans in a fascist, militaristic future wage war with giant alien bugs.

Director: Paul Verhoeven | Stars: Casper Van Dien, Denise Richards, Dina Meyer, Jake Busey

Votes: 260,209 | Gross: $54.81M

Here for the thumbnail, the list proper begins below:

2. Forbidden Planet (1956)

G | 98 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

A starship crew goes to investigate the silence of a planet's colony only to find two survivors and a deadly secret that one of them has.

Director: Fred M. Wilcox | Stars: Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen, Warren Stevens

Votes: 43,830 | Gross: $3.00M

Future War Stories describes why this fits: " I was impressed that in an era of popcorn cheesy space movies that Forbidden Planet featured a real spacefaring military organization, not just some Buck Rogers-type space hero or adventurer, but with ranks and military thinking. Forbidden Planet could be the first sci-fi film to have a military sci-fi element."

It is tricky pinning down the earliest such film*, The Day the Earth Stood Still has the army confronting aliens and there are other various films that are in the crossover between war and science fiction, but (until I can think of another example) this seems a good bet and was influential on later sci-fi like Star Trek (the majority of which I won't be including as, despite the military ranks, the franchise's main thrust is exploration, with some ass-kicking as a last resort - although I do make one exception below).

* There is this blog post: A Brief History Of Classic Military Sci Fi Films, which does mentions earlier films like Battle In The Clouds (1909) (viewing links here), S.O.S Coast Guard (1937), Invisible Agent (1942) and The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951). However, I'd tend to class them as science fiction war film or even, as I mention in the previous paragraph, science fiction films with a military element.

3. The Mysterians (1957)

TV-Y7 | 85 min | Action, Family, Sci-Fi

Shortly after a giant robot destroys a village, aliens from outer space arrive offering friendship. Will stupid Earth creatures tie these two events together?

Director: Ishirô Honda | Stars: Kenji Sahara, Yumi Shirakawa, Momoko Kôchi, Akihiko Hirata

Votes: 1,303 | Gross: $0.98M

aka The Mysterians

The aliens turn up and unleash havoc upon us, so Japan and eventually the world bring their military might to bear on the threat.

4. Battle in Outer Space (1959)

90 min | Sci-Fi

The nations of the Earth unite in a common cause to fight off an invader from outer space.

Director: Ishirô Honda | Stars: Ryô Ikebe, Kyôko Anzai, Minoru Takada, Koreya Senda

Votes: 997

aka Battle in Outer Space

A sequel to The Mysterians but this time the fight is taken into space.

5. Atragon (1963)

TV-Y7 | 94 min | Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi

When an ancient underground civilization and their snake-like guardian plots to reclaim the surface world, those of the surface fights back.

Directors: Ishirô Honda, Shûe Matsubayashi | Stars: Tadao Takashima, Yôko Fujiyama, Yû Fujiki, Kenji Sahara

Votes: 857

aka Atragon

One of the most nationalistic of these early Japanese sci-fi films, as the creator of the super sub (which also flies) is hoping to restore the Empire but instead his invention proves critical in the battle with the inhabitants of the sunken continent of Mu.

6. The Outer Limits (1963–1965)
Episode: Soldier (1964)

TV-14 | 51 min | Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi

A soldier from the far future is accidentally teleported back to 1964. The psychiatrist assigned to examine the soldier realizes that he has been bred purely as a killing machine, but he ... See full summary »

Director: Gerd Oswald | Stars: Lloyd Nolan, Michael Ansara, Tim O'Connor, Ralph Hart

Votes: 437

Based on Harlan Ellison's "The Soldier From Tomorrow" the short story that would 'inspire' the Terminator films, although the famously litigious Ellison only got a credit after getting the lawyers involved. I won't include the Terminator franchise, as it is more about freedom fighters against the robots (and if you go down that road you'd start dragging in Dune and its ilk).

7. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)

PG | 121 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy

90 Metascore

Luke Skywalker joins forces with a Jedi Knight, a cocky pilot, a Wookiee and two droids to save the galaxy from the Empire's world-destroying battle station, while also attempting to rescue Princess Leia from the mysterious Darth Vader.

Director: George Lucas | Stars: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Alec Guinness

Votes: 1,191,714 | Gross: $322.74M

I hadn't really thought about it in this context until I started bringing my thoughts together to sketch out the first draft of this list (and it isn't in the list on Wikipedia), but there are obvious military tones throughout and each film usually features a large battle (although it is balanced well with character development and mixed in with a big dose of science fantasy). In the first three films only TESB doesn't end in a climatic battle, and it starts with one. The prequels are more obvious in the tone and feature conflict throughout including the massing of large armies. The video games are usually more explicitly military sci-fi.

I watched Star Wars (as it was then called) in the cinema when I was a nipper and it left me with a life-long love of sci-fi (especially military sci-fi - I've seen most of the released works on this list).

8. The War in Space (1977)

85 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

Earth is attacked by alien spacecraft from Venus. But a Japanese scientist has constructed a space craft, the Gohten, with which he may save humanity.

Directors: Jun Fukuda, Ishirô Honda, Toshio Masuda, Shûe Matsubayashi, Shirô Moritani | Stars: Kensaku Morita, Yûko Asano, Ryô Ikebe, Masaya Oki

Votes: 422

aka The War in Space (which in now way shows this was designed as a Star Wars cash-in, despite being initially devised as a sort-of sequel to Battle in Outer Space).

9. Battlestar Galactica (1978)

PG | 148 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

After the destruction of the Twelve Colonies of Mankind, the last major fighter carrier leads a makeshift fugitive fleet in a desperate search for the legendary planet Earth.

Directors: Richard A. Colla, Alan J. Levi | Stars: Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Lorne Greene, Herbert Jefferson Jr.

Votes: 8,337

10. Space Force (1978 TV Movie)

25 min | Comedy, Sci-Fi

The comic adventures that befall a crew of astronauts assigned to a remote military space station.

Director: Peter Baldwin | Stars: William Phipps, Fred Willard, Larry Block, Jim Boyd

Votes: 15

11. Battlestar Galactica (1978–1979)

TV-PG | 60 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

39 Metascore

After the destruction of the Twelve Colonies of Mankind, the last major fighter carrier leads a makeshift fugitive fleet on a desperate search for the legendary planet Earth.

Stars: Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Herbert Jefferson Jr.

Votes: 13,226

12. Mission Galactica: The Cylon Attack (1979)

108 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

Running low on fuel, the Battlestar Galactica receives the help of the supposedly lost Battlestar Pegasus which is taking the offensive with the Cylons.

Directors: Vince Edwards, Christian I. Nyby II | Stars: Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Lorne Greene, Herbert Jefferson Jr.

Votes: 1,467

13. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

PG | 124 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy

82 Metascore

After the Rebels are brutally overpowered by the Empire on the ice planet Hoth, Luke Skywalker begins Jedi training with Yoda, while his friends are pursued by Darth Vader and a bounty hunter named Boba Fett all over the galaxy.

Director: Irvin Kershner | Stars: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams

Votes: 1,119,172 | Gross: $290.48M

14. Galactica 1980 (1980)

60 min | Adventure, Sci-Fi

When the Battlestar Galactica finally arrives at Earth, they find they must subtly raise its tech level while protecting it from the Cylons.

Stars: Kent McCord, Barry Van Dyke, Robyn Douglass, Lorne Greene

Votes: 3,257

15. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)

PG | 131 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy

58 Metascore

After a daring mission to rescue Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt, the Rebels dispatch to Endor to destroy the second Death Star. Meanwhile, Luke struggles to help Darth Vader back from the dark side without falling into the Emperor's trap.

Director: Richard Marquand | Stars: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams

Votes: 917,723 | Gross: $309.13M

16. Enemy Mine (1985)

PG-13 | 108 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

59 Metascore

During a long space war, the lives of two wounded enemies become dependent on their ability to forgive and to trust.

Director: Wolfgang Petersen | Stars: Dennis Quaid, Louis Gossett Jr., Brion James, Richard Marcus

Votes: 42,179 | Gross: $4.27M

17. Aliens (1986)

R | 137 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

84 Metascore

Ellen Ripley is rescued by a deep salvage team after being in hypersleep for 57 years. The moon that the Nostromo visited has been colonized, but contact is lost. This time, colonial marines have impressive firepower, but will that be enough?

Director: James Cameron | Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, Carrie Henn, Paul Reiser

Votes: 631,794 | Gross: $85.16M

The first film was space horror, but the sequel is pure military science-fiction (and horror - a three way we'd like to see more of). I was already a fan of the first film when I saw it on VHS (back in the day when it was a real chore to see anything - it was one of the first two films I saw on home media, along with Dark Star) and this made me a fan of the franchise (which helped get me through the future sequels) - I still have the Aliens ZX Spectrum game and a working machine to play it on too.

And where Alien converted me to horror, so Aliens planted the flag for MSF deep in my heart.

18. Predator (1987)

R | 107 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

45 Metascore

A team of commandos on a mission in a Central American jungle find themselves hunted by an extraterrestrial warrior.

Director: John McTiernan | Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Carl Weathers, Kevin Peter Hall, Elpidia Carrillo

Votes: 360,725 | Gross: $59.74M

A film that (along with Predators, The Objective and, to a lesser degree, Resident Evil) forms one of the edges of the MSF envelope as it is a modern, fairly standard, if over-muscled, military unit with conventional weapons (if a little implausible when it comes to Jesse Ventura's minigun) going up against a science-fictional threat. It is clearly on a continuum with Aliens and Stargate but those two firmly fall within MSF (nearish future and slightly fancier weapons for the former and, although present-day, the latter keeps incorporating advanced technology until you have epic space battles). Just beyond the Predator-esque films lies Zone Troopers and I'm going to draw the line just before that film because of its WWII setting.

19. Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future (1987–1988)

Not Rated | 30 min | Action, Sci-Fi

A group of guerilla fighters battle the evil machine forces that dominate a future Earth.

Stars: Tim Dunigan, Peter MacNeill, Sven-Ole Thorsen, Maurice Dean Wint

Votes: 1,147

20. Starship Troopers (1988 Video)

150 min | Animation, Action, Drama

Mysterious monstrous alien creatures attack Earth's colonies. This six-part OVA focuses on Juan "Johnnie" Rico who joins the army because of Carmen, a girl he likes, his days in boot camps, his losses and Earth's first counterattack.

Director: Tetsurô Amino | Stars: Yasunori Matsumoto, Shûichi Ikeda, Kazuhiko Inoue, Akira Kamiya

Votes: 205

Japanese Starship Troopers animated series pre-dating the more famous movie adaptation.

21. Universal Soldier (1992)

R | 102 min | Action, Sci-Fi

35 Metascore

Two rival soldiers who were killed in Vietnam are brought back to life in a top secret military experiment that creates superhuman warriors.

Director: Roland Emmerich | Stars: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren, Ally Walker, Ed O'Ross

Votes: 80,578 | Gross: $36.30M

22. Babylon 5 (1993–1998)
Episode: The Gathering (1993)

Unrated | 89 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

The opening of a crucial space station is put in jeopardy when the commanding officer is accused of the attempted murder of a diplomat.

Director: Richard Compton | Stars: Michael O'Hare, Tamlyn Tomita, Jerry Doyle, Mira Furlan

Votes: 8,623

23. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993–1999)

TV-PG | 45 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

In the vicinity of the liberated planet of Bajor, the Federation space station Deep Space Nine guards the opening of a stable wormhole to the far side of the galaxy.

Stars: Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois, Cirroc Lofton, Alexander Siddig

Votes: 49,255

Took the franchises general themes (exploration, etc.) off in a more military direction. Interestingly there is also a conspiracy theory that DS9 was a rip-off of JMS' Babylon 5 (he originally pitched the series to Paramount who eventually turned it down, but announced DS9 weeks after Warner Bros revealed they were picking it up), the latter most certainly being MSF. If this was ever proved (and there have been suggestions a smoking phaser had been found) it'd certainly explain the tone of the series.

24. SeaQuest 2032 (1993–1996)

TV-PG | 60 min | Action, Adventure, Family

In the early 21st century, mankind has colonized the oceans. The United Earth Oceans Organization enlists Captain Nathan Bridger and the submarine seaQuest DSV to keep the peace and explore the last frontier on Earth.

Stars: Jonathan Brandis, Don Franklin, Ted Raimi, Roy Scheider

Votes: 5,960

25. Exosquad (1993–1995)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Animation, Drama, Sci-Fi

Set in the beginning of the 22nd century, a interplanetary war between humanity and Neosapiens (a fictional race).

Stars: Campbell Lane, Stevie Vallance, Robby Benson, Garry Chalk

Votes: 958

26. Stargate (1994)

PG-13 | 116 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

42 Metascore

An interstellar teleportation device, found in Egypt, leads to a planet with humans resembling ancient Egyptians who worship the god Ra.

Director: Roland Emmerich | Stars: Kurt Russell, James Spader, Jaye Davidson, Viveca Lindfors

Votes: 170,795 | Gross: $71.57M

MSF with a big fat dose of the ancient astronaut theory and the start of a successful franchise.

27. Babylon 5 (1993–1998)

TV-PG | 45 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

In the mid 23rd Century, the Earth Alliance space station Babylon 5, located in neutral territory, is a major focal point for political intrigue, racial tensions and various wars over the course of five years.

Stars: Mira Furlan, Richard Biggs, Stephen Furst, Andreas Katsulas

Votes: 27,095

Blew my mind, in the same way Star Wars did and really opened up what you could do with story-telling in TV shows. Intriguing this was later revealed to have ancient astronauts in the history of its fictional universes (interestingly some of the conspiracy theories about MSF is that they are training us for future war, which is the actual back story here), clearly Von Däniken's ideas had had enough time to percolate into the collective unconsciou.

28. Screamers (1995)

R | 108 min | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Soldiers attempting to negotiate the end to a long-running war discover the robots they built to assassinate enemy combatants have gained sentience and are plotting against both sides.

Director: Christian Duguay | Stars: Peter Weller, Roy Dupuis, Jennifer Rubin, Andrew Lauer

Votes: 24,318 | Gross: $5.78M

29. Digital Man (1995)

R | 95 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller

An out-of-control robot is inadvertently set loose in a small community, and a crack squad of soldiers are sent to hunt it down. Gradually, the members of the squad begin to suspect that some of them are robots.

Director: Phillip J. Roth | Stars: Ken Olandt, Kristen Dalton, Adam Baldwin, Matthias Hues

Votes: 581

30. Phoenix (I) (1995)

90 min | Sci-Fi

A group of elite space marines are sent to a mining colony in order to eliminate an android rebellion.

Director: Troy Cook | Stars: Stephen Nichols, Brad Dourif, Billy Drago, Denice Duff

Votes: 171

31. Space: Above and Beyond (1995–1996)

60 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

The Earth is embroiled in a desperate war against alien invaders, and this series focuses on one squadron of Marine pilots involved in it.

Stars: Morgan Weisser, Kristen Cloke, Rodney Rowland, Joel de la Fuente

Votes: 7,305

32. The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
Episode: Quality of Mercy (1995)

TV-PG | 45 min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Major John Skokes has been captured by the seemingly unbeatable aliens with whom humanity are at war. His companion is a young cadet captured on a training flight, Bree Tristan. Skokes must... See full summary »

Director: Brad Turner | Stars: Robert Patrick, Nicole de Boer, Mark McCracken, Kevin Conway

Votes: 517

33. Independence Day (1996)

PG-13 | 145 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

59 Metascore

The aliens are coming and their goal is to invade and destroy Earth. Fighting superior technology, mankind's best weapon is the will to survive.

Director: Roland Emmerich | Stars: Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Mary McDonnell

Votes: 514,544 | Gross: $306.17M

Another tricky one, like War of the Worlds or The Day the Earth Stood Still, it shows an ultimately futile military fight back against alien invaders but this (unlike the stricter WotW adaptations) stays focused on their less overt plan to take down the aliens. All the flashy widescreen combat comes at the start of the film though.

This shows more extensive combat than the Predator-esque movies (as mentioned above) but the concerns are similar (it is just that the size of the military force is larger and utilises vehicles). Other films that fall into the same general area are Battle Los Angeles and Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon, but the former has a very MSF feel to it and they are opposing another military force. So I'm drawing the line to include these films but exclude WotW adaptations and TDtESS, as well as films like Skyline, as they might show the military responding to the sci-fi threat but the focus stays on the civilians (with the military being more of a presence at the start or in the middle, rather than at the end).

34. Space Marines (1996)

R | 95 min | Action, Sci-Fi

Space pirates, led by diabolical Colonel Fraser, take over a cargo ship carrying anti-matter explosive and an important official. Space marines, led by Captain Gray, must stop their evil plans.

Director: John Weidner | Stars: Billy Wirth, Cady Huffman, John Pyper-Ferguson, Edward Albert

Votes: 375

Does what it says on the tin.

I do have to wonder if this was designed to cash-in on the release of Starship Troopers, although that'd just be down to the name.

35. Leprechaun 4: In Space (1996 Video)

R | 95 min | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror

Our deadly leprechaun is in space to woo a beautiful princess who is impressed with his gold and desires to separate him from it.

Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith | Stars: Warwick Davis, Brent Jasmer, Jessica Collins, Guy Siner

Votes: 6,292

An Aliens spoof with space marines facing off against an outer space Leprechaun - terrible, but personally worth it for the eye-opening take on the chestburster scene.

36. Wing Commander Academy (1996)

TV-Y7 | 22 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The dramatic adventures of a group of space cadets on the Terran carrier Tiger's Claw in total war against a hostile, alien, lion-looking warrior race, the Kilrathi.

Stars: Mark Hamill, Thomas F. Wilson, Malcolm McDowell, Dana Delany

Votes: 140

37. The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
Episode: The Light Brigade (1996)

TV-PG | 45 min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror

Former POW John Skokes, a chief weapons officer and a glory seeking cadet obsessed with the poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade" try to drop a doomsday weapon on the aliens' homeworld and win the war.

Director: Michael Keusch | Stars: Robert Patrick, Graham Greene, Wil Wheaton, Adrian G. Griffiths

Votes: 326

A sequel to "Quality of Mercy", with Jason Patrick's character returning from the first series, joined by Wil Wheaton (so we get a sort of crossover between two franchises I've avoided including here).

38. Starship Troopers (1997)

R | 129 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

51 Metascore

Humans in a fascist, militaristic future wage war with giant alien bugs.

Director: Paul Verhoeven | Stars: Casper Van Dien, Denise Richards, Dina Meyer, Jake Busey

Votes: 260,209 | Gross: $54.81M

The quintessential military science-fiction film, although the original novel was rather looked on as glorifying war the over-the-top pseudo-fascism of the space marines here help push it into a satire of militarism.

39. Stargate SG-1 (1997–2007)

TV-14 | 44 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

A secret military team, SG-1, is formed to explore other planets through the recently discovered Stargates.

Stars: Richard Dean Anderson, Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge

Votes: 80,732

40. Soldier (I) (1998)

R | 99 min | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

A soldier trained from birth is deemed obsolete and dumped on a waste planet where he is reluctantly taken in by a community of defenseless, stranded wayfarers.

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson | Stars: Kurt Russell, Jason Scott Lee, Jason Isaacs, Connie Nielsen

Votes: 50,596 | Gross: $14.57M

41. Babylon 5: In the Beginning (1998 TV Movie)

Unrated | 94 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

Emperor Londo Mollari of the Centauri Republic tells the story of the Earth-Minbari War that almost destroyed humanity and later inspired its last best, hope for peace.

Director: Michael Vejar | Stars: Bruce Boxleitner, Mira Furlan, Richard Biggs, Andreas Katsulas

Votes: 7,221

42. Babylon 5: The River of Souls (1998 TV Movie)

94 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

A group of Soul Hunters come to Babylon 5 demanding the return of something that was stolen from them.

Director: Janet Greek | Stars: Jerry Doyle, Tracy Scoggins, Jeff Conaway, Richard Biggs

Votes: 4,296

43. Babylon 5: Thirdspace (1998 TV Movie)

94 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

The crew of Babylon 5 discover an ancient artifact floating in hyperspace.

Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño | Stars: Bruce Boxleitner, Claudia Christian, Mira Furlan, Richard Biggs

Votes: 4,941

44. Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms (1998 TV Movie)

R | 92 min | Action, Sci-Fi

The Universal Soldiers are used to smuggle diamonds for a CIA Director, but Luc Deveraux continues to cause him problems.

Director: Jeff Woolnough | Stars: Matt Battaglia, Andrew Jackson, Eric Bryson, Kevin Rushton

Votes: 1,606

45. The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
Episode: Hearts and Minds (1998)

TV-PG | 45 min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror

7.3