Imagine a world in which computers run our lives, food comes only in processed packets, and authoritarian governments pit people against each other in bloody battles. Wait, that sounds too familiar. Towson University professors present films dealing in worlds that are almost real to us, that start from a real point in history and go off on an alternate track. "2001: A Space Odyssey," "Robocop," and "Battle Royale," to name a few. Each week a different professor introduces the film, and each screening is followed by a discussion.