Dream sequences are an amazing way of breaking down the walls of reality — even in a supposedly "realistic" film. Film editor Gabriel Adelman has put together a supercut of the most beautiful and disturbing dream sequences from over a century of film, and the results are amazing.
Why do we step inside the dreams of science-fiction heroes so often? We're already in the future, or on an alien world, so why take an extra leap into the world of the unreal? Here are some theories.
Science fiction takes place in a world beyond our own reality, but sometimes you need to go just a bit further — into the realm of the crazy, surreal dream sequence. Here are 40 or so of our absolute favorites.
Night Of The Comet
Lost: "Everybody Hates Hugo"
Babylon 5: "All Alone In The Night"