What is that 80s-90s fiction movie where a group of teens had in their possession a powerful weapon in the shape of a glittery glove arm thing where the bad guy impersonated one of the parents?
I think it was called The Power Glove, but i could be mistaken.
Elana Johnson has written: 'Possession' -- subject(s): Science fiction, Rules (Philosophy), Insurgency, Missing persons, Brainwashing, Fiction 'Surrender' -- subject(s): JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure / General, Insurgency, Brainwashing, Fiction, Fathers and daughters, Science fiction, JUVENILE FICTION / Love & Romance, JUVENILE FICTION / Science Fiction, Rules (Philosophy)
The restaurant where Vincent and Mia won the Twist dance contest was called Jack Rabbit Slims. The restaurant was a set, built specifically for 'Pulp Fiction'. It was a '50s retro restaurant where all the waiters and waitresses impersonated movie stars - their waiter was Buddy Holly played by Steve Buscemi. There was a huge dance floor in the middle of the room surrounded by booths that were designed from '50s cars.
Adrian Schober has written: 'Possessed child narratives in literature and film' -- subject- s -: American Fantasy fiction, American Psychological fiction, American fiction, Children in literature, Children in motion pictures, Demonic possession in literature, Demonology in literature, Demonology in motion pictures, History and criticism
G. P. Taylor has written: 'The first escape' -- subject(s): Fiction, Schools, Orphans, Adoption, Supernatural, Twins, Mystery and detective stories, Sisters 'Tersias the oracle' -- subject(s): Fiction, Juvenile fiction, Spirit possession, Channeling (Spiritualism), Occultism, Occult, Occult fiction, Paranormal fiction 'Shadowmancer' -- subject(s): Fiction, Magic, Fantasy, Fantasy fiction, Young adult fiction, Clergy, Good and evil, Wizards, Teenagers, History 'Shadowmancer' -- subject(s): Juvenile fiction, Magic 'Vampyre Labyrinth Dust Blood' 'Tersias' -- subject(s): Juvenile fiction, Precognition 'Mariah Mundi'…
It depends who you are. If you are a fiction character then riding to Washington would be fiction. If you are a non-fiction character then it would be non-fiction. Also if your horse is fiction or non-fiction that could change the outcome. Also if Washington is fiction or non-fiction then that should change your answer.
Type in fiction is genre. The different genres of fiction are: Poetry Drama Prose Each of these are further divided into sub-genres: Poetry epic lyric dramatic Drama Comedy Drama Prose Absurdist fiction Adventure novel Children's literature Comic novel Education fiction Experimental fiction Erotic fiction Historical fiction Memoir Metafiction Nonfiction novel Occupational fiction Philosophical fiction Political fiction Pulp fiction Religious fiction Saga Suspense fiction Westerns Women's Fiction Tragedy Urban fiction Thriller General Cross Genre
Science Fiction is a subcategory of Fiction, meaning all Science Fiction is Fiction, but not all Fiction is Science Fiction. Science Fiction is typically futuristic, though not always, and sometimes involves space travel, time travel, alternate histories, new discoveries and technology, and/or alien lifeforms.