This animated film by Bricenco and Alapont may be in French, but you don’t need to understand a word to drink in the story – in which the true colors of a black-and-white world are revealed.
The Force is strong in this card. Whatever game you’re playing, when someone pulls out this card it’s game over. The Ace of Vades T-shirt, designed by Beradan – is available at MySoti.
Illustrator Franco Brambilla envisions a world of alien invasions, carefully compositied into vintage postcards. There are a variety of lifeforms in the series, the Star Wars images are classics.
This street-legal Battlestar Galactica’s Viper was built by amusement park mechanic Dean Shorey. It’s made from a postal jeep with a small-block Chevy V8 – just like the original spaceships.
Hereâ€™s your chance to appear in and meet the cast of the next X-Men movie. A non-speaking, walk-on role is being auctioned off, with proceeds going to the Worldwide Orphans Foundation.
This concept car design provides a glimpse into the future of auto manufacturing. The zero-emission GM EN-V could drive autonomously, and turn its two-passenger compartment on a dime.
If you felt that Aliens vs. Predator was a disappointment, Giant Hamburger’s epic Alien Vs. Pooh makes up for it with plenty of face hugging, chest bursting fun in Hundred Acre Wood.
The 59-foot Gundam may have been dismantled, but it’ll get a second lease on life (and some Minovsky particles) in July: it’ll be rebuilt outside Shizuoka station with a beam saber.
Lost Planet 2 gets even more epic than it already is with a lengthy 4 minute Symphony of Battle trailer; set to theatrical music, it mixes cinematics and gameplay while dishing out features.
Blu-ray gets just a bit bluer on 4/22/10 with the release of Avatar; it’ll be available as a two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo, with an “ultimate” edition with extras coming in November.
If you liked last week’s teaser, watch the full trailer for Predators above; the reboot of the franchise spreads the death amongst multiple characters as opposed to focusing on just one.
Packed with more trivia than a Comic Con, this Periodic Table of Sci-Fi Film and TV Poster takes us back to the future and breaks down all things geeky into its basic (fifth) elements.
It’s a good thing that E.T. crash-landed on Earth before the X-Games came into vogue; this Extreme Terrestrial t-shirt has aliens everywhere flipping out over their extreme treatment.
Arnold won’t be back for Predators, the long-overdue sequel for the franchise, but catch a sneak peak of the movie here; in theaters 7/10/10, it introduces new super-Predators.
Even with relatively poor quality video, this Tech Trailer for Crysis 2 has us happier than a fully-charged Nano Suit with procedural destruction, dynamic cover, physics, and more.
Available now: here is a fine, barbed-wire line between chaos and order in any war, but Dawn of War II: Chaos Rising invites the Blood Ravens to cross it in this launch trailer.
Stargate Universe has gotten a chilly reception from critics, but this trailer for Season 1.5 promises to heat things up: we get a CG-laden peek at close encounters of the hostile kind.
Filled with stargates, red alerts, and one improbably round spaceship, Salt Lake City band Fictionist’s Blue Eyed Universe is an animated ode to going where no man has gone before.
It’s not quite as cool as the suit itself, but the Iron Man FX Arc Reactor is arguably its most coveted part: the full-sized movie replica lights up and is removable from its base.
This Universe trailer for Lost Planet 2 combines every other LP2 trailer and then some: running nearly 4 minutes long, it’s an epic non-stop onslaught of cinematics and gameplay.
Snowball Studios’ Round 6 is actually two stories in one: it’s a trailer for a video game called Fragball (think gladiator football meets Army of Two) which was invented for the sci-fi short film.
Mass Effect 1’s Mako was short for “makin’ me mad,” but we’re actually looking forward to the Hammerhead: the hovertank will be a free Mass Effect 2 DLC and will include new missions.
Regen is a trippy union of Death Race, Resident Evil and Minority Report with just the barest semblance of a plot, but good god is it awesome: that ball and chain seriously rocks.
Other than a strange-looking Commander, we’re pretty impressed by DC Unlimited’s Mass Effect 2 Series 1 action figures; the four-piece set includes Tali, Thane, Grunt, and Shepard.
Missed out on WETA’s 1:1 scale District 9 Arc Generator? This full-size, prawn-friendly Gas Projector gun is also an exact replica from the movie; it’s limited to 200 and made from fiberglass.
Sneak a peek at Halo: Reach’s Alpha multiplayer above while getting the drop on the multiplayer beta; the latter will be available on Xbox LIVE 5/3/2010 to owners of Halo 3: ODST.
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