For all of the good Doctor’s quirks and personality flaws, TheGaroStudios reminds us that this Time Lord’s efforts are ultimatelty for the betterment of the universe. A great, emotional tribute to one of science fiction’s longest standing heroes.
(PG-13) HBO gives us a better look at the A.I.-filled western theme park featured in their upcoming sci-fi/horror series, based on the classic 1973 Michael Crichton film. The process of making synthetic humans looks especially creepy this time around.
Video essayist Kaptain Kristian takes a look at one of our favorite animated shows ever, Matt Groening and David X. Cohen and their writers infused the show with geek culture, intricate plots, one of the best comedic ensembles ever, and a balance of cynicism and hopefulness.
The Butler Brothers’ animated science fiction short is as enigmatic as it is haunting, as two children explore and learn about the strange and lonely world they face – a place which seems oddly devoid of human life.
(PG-13) The video for Breakbot’s disco-infused track mixes ’70s sci-fi elements to create a world in which men are replaced with creepy robots who do the bidding of their female masters. It’s like Westworld meets Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex.
A group of marines are lured into a battle by an army of sentient killer robots in this sci-fi popcorn flick that looks to mash up elements of Predator, The Terminator, and The Matrix. On UK screens 5/2016. No word on a US release, though. (Thanks BadRobot!)
Korean animator Kang SuHyun’s short science fiction film requires no dialogue to tell its story, a haunting tale of a man who looks back on the events leading to the loss of his partner after a long and mentally grueling mission in space.
The latest TV spot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens focuses in on bad guy Kylo Ren and The Dark Side of the Force, as he mounts a huge army of stormtroopers – some with flamethrowers – and takes on our new heroes in both epic and mano-a-mano battles.