Farscape: The Complete Series packs all 88 episodes of Crichton and company into 25 discs with enough bonuses to make even Scorpius weep; Peacekeeper Wars is sold separately.
This silent movie version of The Matrix is done by a Russian group, but even without the English subtitles, it won’t matter: it actually makes more sense than the last two films.
We liked Astro Boy, but it may have done better at the box office had it been like Panic Attack: this hybrid CG/live action short film features giant robots with a hatred for all things Uruguay.
Available 1/26/10: Mass Effect 2’s Collector Edition isn’t a Shepard slam dunk, but only $10 more gets you an art book, comic book, behind the scenes DVD, and in-game weapons and armor.
Our favorite turian returns with this Garrus trailer for Mass Effect 2; roughly half of it is cinematic dialog, but the payoff comes swiftly with our first substantive peek at combat gameplay.
This Vitruvian Voltron tee may seem anachronistic, but we are talking Da Vinci here: we think a flying fortress made out of robotic lions would be right up the renaissance man’s alley.
To call The Astronomer’s Dream trippy is a galactic understatement, but we’re slack-jawed over its amazing details; you can support indie director Malcolm Sutherland by buying the DVD.
No space opera is complete without its villains, and this Enemies trailer for Mass Effect 2 delivers them en masse: we get a look at the Collectors, as well as the Reapers and Geth.
Created by 300/Wolverine VFX artist Matthew Santoro, Offline is the culmination of a two year effort; it’s a short film/spec trailer that’s looking to get backed as a full-length sci-fi film.
You won’t need an alien hand to own one, but you’ll need a steady hand to make one: learn how to build your own District 9 Gun using XPS foam, Isopon P38, cardboard, and PVA glue.
The ragdoll death animations are a bit silly, but space combat looks (and sounds, thanks to “audio simulation files”) absolutely epic in this Escalation trailer for Shattered Horizon.
Featuring music from and to be released with Angels & Airwaves’ third album, Love is a full-length, visually stunning sci-fi film about a man trapped on the International Space Station.
World War Z’s Max Brooks takes a trip down undead memory lane with Recorded Attacks; it’s a graphic novel with “historical” short stories from ancient Rome to the modern West Coast.
In theaters 11/25/09, The Road’s second trailer is light on new revelations but still delivers; we catch glimpses of more action sequences as well as heartening father and son dialog.
Sci-fi satire Galaxy Quest hits Blu-ray with Grabthar’s Hammer 11/17; its extras are as eclectic as the film, with a Thermian audio track, Galactopedia, and Sigourney Weaver rapping.
Now available: Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time concludes the Future trilogy and goes out with a Qwark-laden bang in the launch trailer above; it’s also Insomniac’s last 60fps game.
Mainstream literature has always kept sci-fi at tentacle’s length, but The Secret History of Science Fiction explores the no-man’s land between both with 19 thought-provoking short stories.
The official domestic trailer for James Cameron’s Avatar is up; a teaser it ain’t, with over three minutes of somewhat weighty dialog, flying Na’Vi, and Sigourney Weaver looking pissed.
This Capture the Sister trailer is perverse enough to give us shivers, but it is BioShock 2; the capture-the-flag multiplayer mode tasks your team with returning Little Sisters to their vents.
Sci-fi/martial arts flick The Cup Of Tears is extremely low-budget, but we couldn’t tell from this trailer: it’s a hybrid CGI/Live Action film by Gary Short that’s shot using a RED camera.
Note to self: when creepy narrator speaks of Rapture in the third person, RUN (or swim very quickly): this Siren Trailer for Bioshock 2 delivers with a nearly non-stop barrage of gameplay.
You’d have to be a targ to not love this Klingon Propaganda video, secretly released (aka viral) to recruit new sons of Kahless; the uniforms and D7 cruisers have a distinct ToS flavor.
The acting is classic low-budget disaster movie, but for sci-fi fans there’s no ignoring city-sized alien spaceships: watch the first eight minutes of ABC’s reimagined sci-fi series, V.
Getting stranded on Earth apparently runs in the family: long before E.T. found himself stuck with Elliot, E.T. Senior finds himself in a similar predicament with this Home, Jeeves tee.
Ryan Dunlavey’s Comic Strip Mashups awesomely marry science fiction and weekend funnies; Dark Side and Fantastic Family Circus rock, but there’s no beating Spy vs Spy vs AvP.
It’s not quite as comprehensive as the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Generator, but 42 Essential Plot Twists scores points for its twisted creativity–helpfully illustrated with equally twisted drawings.
Because even Sith Lords need to do PowerPoint presentations: these Lightsaber Laser Pointers are available in Vader and Maul styles, perfect for pointing out, say, two-meter exhaust vents.
It’s official: Ukrainian-developed Metro 2033 has been picked up to THQ; it’s a Russian version of Fallout, albeit with recent technology that’s more on par with Modern Warfare 2.
Putting the Halo in Halloween, Pete Mander’s Covenant Elite costume also puts anything we’ve ever fielded to shame; it features joystick-operated top and bottom mandibles.
The deadly void of space has never looked more beautiful with this nearly soundless trailer for Shattered Horizon; 100% in-game footage, it’s packed with sweet zero-g combat.
Winston Classic Creation’s 12″ Space Adam mixes Flash Gordon with Planet of the Apes; the attention to detail here is bananas, with a detailed space suit and 20 points of articulation.
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