Good Smile Company does its best to make one of the creepiest creatures a little bit cuter. The Nendoroid version of the killer Xenomorph from Alien is fully articulated and includes disturbing accessories like an attachable inner mouth and a Facehugger and Chestburster you can attach to your other Nendoroid figures.
Ridley Scott’s 1979 film Alien still holds up as one of the best and scariest sci-fi movies ever. But what would it look like if he only had one minute and basic household objects to tell the story? The guys from Folks Films did just that, and we have to say they managed to capture all of the important plot points.
After seeing Sideshow’s Alien King Maquette, artist Cao Shengge was inspired to make his own version of the terrifying (but non-canon) creature. After making a clay miniature, he got to work building the life-size monster from steel, bicycle innertubes, and over 200 recycled tires.
Sellatorful created a gory hand-drawn sequence that depicts how Alien’s Xenomorphs are born and grow. But the original was missing an appropriate soundtrack. So Bag Ingi added Michael Giacchino’s tune Married Life, the music from Pixar’s Up that underscores Carl and Ellie’s sweet but heartbreaking life story.
We never really thought of the Alien movies as being colorful, but now you can bring some brightness into their dreary world with this Alien coloring book. Its 80 pages are filled with terrifying and gruesome scenes of xenomorphs in their various stages, along with favorite characters like Ripley and the Nostromo’s cat, Jonesy.
Artist Jacob Morales of Wundersmack creates dioramas that use stacked layers to create 3-dimensional depth. Among our faves is this UFO abducting humans from their campsite below. Place the six laser-cut paper layers into the slotted acrylic base to bring the scene to life. Measures 7.25″ h x 4″ l x 2.75″ w assembled.
(Gore) The guys from Cardboard Movie Co. love to do low-budget remakes of popular movies. We’re particularly impressed with their redo of Ridley Scott’s science fiction horror classic, Alien, which somehow manages to balance on the thin line between quality filmmaking and ridiculously low budget effects.
Build Better Bricks sells instructions and parts lists for custom LEGO designs. Among our favorites is this model of the xenomorph from Alien. The creepy creature has a poseable tail and even acid slobber dripping from its mouth. You’ll need to BYO bricks, or order the parts you need from Bricklink or the LEGO Pick-a-Brick shop.
Reebok follows up their awesome Alien Stompers with another futuristic shoe. This mid-top is ready to kick xenomorph butt with its military color scheme and camo graphics. They’ve got a full-grain leather upper, a comfy molded sockliner, and quick access strap closures. Drops 4.25.20 @11pm CDT, just in time for Alien Day.
Hollywood Collectibles Group (HCG) presents an awe-inspiring, life-size replica of the Queen xenomorph from Aliens, as she bursts forth from Level 5 of the starship Sulaco ready to take on Ripley in one final epic battle. The handmade fiberglass sculpture measures 37″h x 32″w x 20″d, and is sure to terrify all who face it.
Go inside the story of one of the greatest science fiction/horror movies of all time. Alexandre O. Philippe’s documentary delves into the origins of Ridley Scott’s tense, gory, and artful masterpiece. Legion M’s DVD and Blu-Ray discs come with a special limited-edition pin featuring the art of H.R. Giger.
Artist JF Lemay is a master at creating awesomely creepy and twisted black and white illustrations. In addition to his still images, his instagram is filled with cool video clips, like this multilayered human, complete with skin, bones, organs, and a special surprise inside.
Author J.W. Rinzler’s 336-page hardcover book takes us inside the production of Ridley Scott and Dan O’Bannon’s 1979 science fiction/horror classic Alien. The book includes interviews with the original crew, and photographs, artworks, and storyboards from the production.
The Reebok Alien Stomper 40th Anniversary OG is a reimagining of the iconic sneaker boots that Ellen Ripley wore in Aliens. The shoes take on a more traditional high top form, has a weathered finish, and features unused concept logos created by the Alien design team.
Tested’s Adam Savage has been granted behind-the-scenes access to the set of Ridley Scott’s upcoming Alien: Covenant. In the first episode, he checks out the tunnel and cavern that serve as the Dreadnought’s interior, along with the imposing Space Jockey’s platform.