Somewhere there’s an alternate reality where all your favorite science fiction films were made in the 60s and 70s with actors of that era. An interdimensional rift has transported some of these movie posters to this site. Check it out! … More

The Fifth Element director, Luc Besson, is doubling down on science fiction with an ambitious new epic film, Valerian, due to be released in 2017. Based on a hugely popular French comic book series of the same name, it will be a massive $180M million project in 3D IMAX with wall-to-wall visual effects. … More

It looks like Lost in Space—over fifty years after the classic 1960s tv series first aired—has been picked up by Netflix as a new series. Deadline describes it as “an epic but grounded science fiction saga  … More


Aliens 1986

An action-packed war film set on a desolate planet, Aliens continues the terrifying adventure of Alien. By adding gung-ho soldiers and high-tech guns to the fear and dread of the first film, you are taken on a spectacular roller coaster ride into a battle against a hive of deadly parasitic creatures infecting a doomed human settlement. … More

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Utterly revealing, and at times hilarious, the documentary Lost Soul: the Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau uncovers the missteps and ridiculous bad luck that plagued the 1996 remake of Island of Dr. Moreau. … More

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Step back in time and take a look at this incredible gallery of 142 images that show the behind-the-scenes construction of the Blade Runner models and miniatures—and reveals the modelmakers hard at work on what became a milestone science fiction film … More

A creepy B-movie thriller, Island of Terror features mutant organisms that overrun an isolated island and feed off the locals—both livestock and humans. A reclusive scientific team is searching for a cure to cancer—but, shockingly, things go awry when they accidentally spawn an unstoppable silicon-based life form that sucks the  … More

[Total: 10    Average: 3/5]