Article: Top 10 Chinese Science Fiction Movies

Until a few years ago, the science fiction genre in China was considered childish, intended primarily for a very young audience and mostly for educational purposes. Therefore, this kind of film has never found its place in the boundless Chinese filmography, if not very recently, since Chinese production companies began to invest massively in local and foreign productions.

1. Robotrix

The tale spins near A mad scientist who transfers his mind to an evil robot, which then embarks on a kidnapping, rape, and murder program, during which a female detective is killed. The movie was released in 1991 and directed by Jamie Luk.

2. The Wesley's Mysterious File

The movie is about a particular agent investigating extra-terrestrial sightings, hot on the trails of a female alien looking for her brother. He and his associate encounter a government conspiracy concerning mortal investigations with two other alien species. The film was released in 2002.

3. Star Appeal

Star Appeal is a 2004 Chinese gay-themed science fiction film that was first released for public exhibition in the United States in 2008 by Chinese film director Cui Zien. The main characters are E.T, and his Chinese mate, Xiao Bo, and the movie displays the full-frontal raw of both personalities.

4. 2046

The movie 2046 story is about a writer. He thought he wrote about the future, but it was the past. In his fiction, a spooky train departed for 2046 every once in a while. Everyone who moved there kept the identical intent. To recapture their lost memories. It was declared that in 2046, nobody ever varied. Nobody knew it was true because nobody who went there had ever returned- except for one.

5. Amazing

The film is a co-production between China and the United States and stars Huang Xiaoming and Amber Kuo. The story is about a talented Chinese software gaming programmer who attempts to hack into a basketball game he worked on for his former American employer due to a harmful computer virus he argued was in the play. He asserts his employer dismissed that.

6. The Midnight After

The movie's plot is set in Hong Kong's streets: amidst the tangle of night owls, cars, and vendors, a group of passengers climbs aboard a minibus to take them from Mongkok to Tai Po. The gathering is as miscellaneous as the city: there's a youthful man on drugs, an arguing partner, a woman with prayer beads, and a girl who has just fallen in love. And after the process poses the talkative motorist. But as the bus appears from an underpass, everything is abruptly relatively still: the roadways and buildings are vacant, and there's not a soul to be caught; it's as if the Earth has consumed everyone. The millions of neon lights resume blinking as if nothing has happened.

7. Ebola Zombies

It's a horror science fiction movie where a group of thieves breaks into an industrial complex to pull off a jewelry heist. They stumble upon a hidden laboratory where unorthodox SARS and ebola experiments are taking place on stolen cadavers, who soon mutate into bloodthirsty zombies.

8. Reset

The story is about A scientific researcher (Yang Mi) working on a time-travel device who is horrified when her son is kidnapped by someone who wants the machine. She tours back in the period to keep her kid. Wallace Huo, Chin Shih-Chieh, and Liu Chang co-star in this sci-fi thriller directed by Chang and produced by Jackie Chan.

9. The Wandering Earth

The story is about Two teams of astronauts fighting to save the Earth years after its leaders transformed it into a planet-sized spaceship to escape destruction by an overactive sun. The first team is a two-person skeleton crew. The veterans work well with the film's younger astronauts, whose optimism makes them as daring as they are idealistic.

10. Crazy Alien

The movie is about A monkey trainer whose act goes wrong after alien crash land on Earth and injures his monkey. Desperate to act, he attempts to train the unknown but is punished after the alien regains his powers. The movie was released in 2019 and was directed by Ning Hao.