Still, I could only bring myself to admit that 3 of them were more imaginative than ours. I found that most of the top 10 weren't really good films that told stories they just had a special effect or some gimmick that the Challenge people wanted to show off.
I thought the best film there was Twentyeighteighty's The Legend of Clipper Desantos. Fantastic job guys. The imaginatively used all components of their challenge and had a brilliant cast across the board. I only wish they had hinted more heavily about where the barber disappeared to, although I think I got it.
Plywood Cutouts' Crossing Brooklyn Ferry. Hilarious, great script and acting but I didn't really feel that it fit into the Sci-Fi / Fantasy genre.
The Warriors' Growing Memories was very interesting, great location, but could have used some more work in the script department and the sound was a little sketchy at times.
...other than that I don't know what they did that we didn't. We told a story -- beginning, middle and end which is more that I can say for most.