The 2005 cult classic alien invasion game Destroy All Humans! is coming back. The cinematic teaser trailer shows nothing resembling gameplay, but is entertaining all on its own thanks to its heaping helping of Rammstein. Coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PC in 2020.
Aliens and Predators are natural enemies. So it’s no wonder someone spotted one of the armor-plated warriors riding his conquest for all to see the spoils of his victory. The man inside the costume is Samai Khammongkul, who likes to spread good cheer around Thailand.
One of the most iconic weapons in science fiction has to be the M41A Pulse Rifle from Aliens. Parabellum Arms couldn’t get his hands on an actual pulse rifle, he decided to build the next best thing – a wooden replica that fires rubber bands as either a machine gun or shotgun.
Sideshow Collectibles shows off the work that went into what is likely the most impressively-detailed scale replica of the queen from Aliens ever made. Designed with the help of Legacy Effects, this incredible sculpture will look great alongside your $1000 Alien King.
One of this year’s Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments is a doozy – a detailed miniature version of Ellen Ripley as she prepares to take out the alien queen from the comfort of her trusty P-5000 Powered Work Loader exosuit. Get away from our Christmas lights, you bitch!
While the original Alien was the scariest of the franchise, Aliens was the most thrilling, thanks in large part to director James Cameron. Like a good celebrity roast, Screen Junkies is here to tear down what is still one of our favorite sequels of all time. Game over man. Game over.
Reebok’s 2017 Alien Day special is the Final Battle Double-Pack, a pair of redesigned Alien Stompers. One pair is based on the Power Loader while the other one has a Xenomorph-inspired design. Drops 7/18/17 for $325. There’s also a giveaway raffle on Reebok’s site.
Get away from her, you bitch! takes on a new territorial kind of meaning with this hilarious build by prop and costume artists Frank Ippolito and Bill Doran. Their awesome doggy version of the power loader that Ripley donned in Aliens was crafted mostly from lightweight foam.
Stålenhag’s follow up to Tales from the Loop, Things from the Flood is still filled with paintings of Nordic countrysides invaded by mechanical beings and relics. But here a flood from a “huge abandoned underground facility” washed up strange organic creatures as well.