This Future Past, Part 1 trailer for Star Trek Online is space opera at its finest, revealing the events after Nemesis; the Klingons go to war on three fronts, and we get a front-row seat.
We enjoyed the Arena Battle clip, but this Astro Boy vs. Peacekeeper video gives us exactly what we want: a giant robot on not-so-giant robot, city-leveling slugfest (with butt guns).
The Alien side in Sega’s Aliens vs. Predator (due out Spring 2010) gets some face-hugging time with this Alien reveal trailer; Predators and Marines = green eggs and ham.
One year after its debut teaser, AureaSection has released a second Naumauchia teaser in glorious HD; it’s a space combat game with up to 8 players and is due out later this year.
Filmed with the RED ONE, Riese is a dystopic steampunk web series about a girl and her wolf; it’s also a sci-fi who’s who with a cast from Stargate, BSG, Smallville and Sanctuary.
Rumored to use the Unreal 3 engine, Dust 514 is an MMOFPS that’s part of the EVE universe; swapping boots instead of battlecruisers, the trailer above feels like BSG on a micro scale.
This Big Damn Replica of Serenity is easily the greatest in all the ‘verse: it’s a 1:180 film quality build with 250 parts, hand painted graphics and is signed by Nathan Fillion. Thanks, Colin!
Alfa Romeo’s Mito supermini almost looks too cute to play defender, at least until it opens a can of whoop ass on gas pumps in this Space Invaders TV ad; it’s directed by Spy Films.
Obliterate that writer’s block with a Martian raygun (or wizard’s blast): David Malki’s Genre-Fiction Generator is a Mad Libs-style flow chart for science fiction and fantasy writers.
Watch all 20 minutes of Turbo (we previewed it here) for free online; it’s a mashup of Tron and The Karate Kid and was shot using a RED camera by USC film school students.
It just wants to give you a kiss: this Alien Facehugger Plush features a wire skeleton to maximize grip on the skull and ensure that chests everywhere will be bursting with love.
This latest Arena Clip from Astro Boy isn’t quite as exciting as the Metro City clip, but it gives us a taste of robot-on-robot combat (Little Stinker FTW!); the movie hits theaters 10/23.
Debuting tonight (10/2) on SyFy, this second trailer for Stargate Universe might as well be the first: if grittiness and character development a-la BSG are your cup of tea, drink up.
It’s a pity it’ll only be released in Sweden, because this full trailer for Metropia has us looking over our shoulders in a good way: the animated film is a paranoiac’s worst nightmare.
It’s no Hollywood blockbuster, but what Hive Division lacks in budget they make up for with passion in Metal Gear Solid: Philanthropy; this first part of three runs just under an hour.
The ultimate dudes-with-cool-headgear mashup, this Darth Tut t-shirt (available today at TeeFury) is also an homage to awesome, with snakes, lightning bolts skulls, and lightsabers.
In an era when trailers show too much, we appreciate this featurette for Pandorum; it focuses more on the space horror flick’s psychology as opposed to showing gory take after take.
Despite ten eons of human evolution and goofy space togas, one thing remains the same: The Infinitisphereb is a look into the distant future and its not-so-distant take on tech support.
You’re not much of a shock trooper if you haven’t pulled the trigger on Halo 3: ODST, but here’s the intro (Part 1, 2) if you need convincing; we reiterate that Nathan Fillion is the man.
It’s got adventure, it’s got comedy, it’s got giant hovercraft called The Spirit of Freedom: we promise this Escape from Metro City clip for Astro Boy will rock your rocket-powered socks.
Goa’uld motherships can ruin your day, but this Stargate-inspired Pyramid HTPC case has us singing the praises of our false gods; it’s made by the same guy who made the Pyramid PC.
Set in Rapture before the fall, Bioshock 2’s Multiplayer mode gets an official debut trailer; just like single player, you’ll get to play Big Daddy when the game comes out early 2010.
Inspired by a Swiss sci-fi film of the same name, Space-themed watchmaker Fortis’ CARGO Spacematic features an asymmetric 40 mm high-grade steel case and sapphire crystal.
While it’s not the first time Halo has used live actors, this Live-Action trailer for Halo: ODST kicks serious ass and only makes us more despondent over the limbo status of the Halo movie.
Recently shown at theaters, this latest trailer for Stargate: Universe hints at higher production values and a darker tone than previous series, albeit with a resident Star Wars geek.
We’re a bit sad we missed out on the premier of Discovery Channel’s The Colony: it’s 10 weeks of people trying to survive a simulated post-apocalyptic world; catch up with VOD here.
Like an artsy Matrix, Artificial Paradise, Inc is filled with organo-metallic monsters and wonderfully creepy sound effects; it was selected by both SIGGRAPH 2009 and ONEDOTZERO.
Available 10/27/09: The Plan runs two hours and gives us a Cylon perspective on the attempted genocide of humanity in Battlestar Galactica. It’ll also air on Syfy in November 2009.
The Alien “Big Chap” Vinyl looks a bit like he’s taking a dump, but if you want an acid-spitting figurine that won’t scare the crap out of coworkers, this cute deformed version is it.
It came from Earth: Le Petit Prince is a slightly creepy, four-legged robotic greenhouse designed to seek out nutrients on Mars; it’ll talk to other robots wirelessly for optimal locations.
The arrow of time flies about as straight as a drunk pigeon with this TV & Film Timelines infographic; it charts (and somehow connects) everything from Star Trek to Back to the Future.
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