10 Classic Science Fiction Movies
Saturday, January 29 by Shawn Lealos

These 10 classic science-fiction movies tell smart sci-fi stories while remaining full of adventure. These movies never cheat the audience and respect the genre by remaining true to its roots….

10 Best Alien Movies
Wednesday, December 8 by Lara Stewart

Which movies would you pick if you had to list the 10 best alien movies? Alien movies have been a Hollywood staple since the birth of the space age. Hundreds…

Antonio Banderas Is Directing Sci-Fi Flick ‘Solo’
Monday, October 25 by

Antonio Banderas is stepping behind the camera once again. With the films Crazy In Alabama and Summer Rain already on his directorial resume, he'll put his smoldering eye to the viewfinder of a sci-fi thriller. The film is called Solo, in which he will also star as a Spanish colonel who is suffering from post-traumatic stress. We're not sure how the sci-fi element comes into play. Perhaps it's aliens. Or robots. Or robot-aliens. Or sinus-suffering anthropomorphic bees. Or perhaps it's weaponized Mario Van Peebleses.

(Variety)

‘Quantum Leap’ Will Make The Big Screen Jump
Monday, August 9 by

Scott Bakula recently told a room full of nerds that a big screen version of "Quantum Leap" is in the works. Series creator Donald P. Bellisario is currently working on the script, which sadly will not star original stars Bakula and Dean Stockwell due to their age. Though, they are expected to appear in some kind of role.
For those too young to remember and too busy to watch Syfy on weekdays between noon and six, "Quantum Leap" tells the story of a brilliant scientist whose consciousness "leaps" into different bodies throughout history, and must help them right a wrong before travelling on to the next, and hoping that his next leap will be the leap home. I'm pretty excited to see this. It may be our only chance of seeing Hugh Jackman singing back-up for Elvis while wearing a sequin gown. Well, in a non-Rob Marshall directed film, I mean. (Blastr)

BEST ALIEN-ON-HUMAN KILLS IN MOVIES
Friday, August 14 by

In honor of the very violent District 9 [Check out our review here] we'd like to salute the films where extra-terrestrials make first contact… upside yo' head (and then you die). Below are 10 grotesque clips of the goriest instances of alien-on-Earthling violence throughout cinema.CLICK ON THE IMAGES TO VIEW THE VIDEOS  "WATER MY ASS! BRING THIS MAN SOME PEPTO BISMOL!!!" — ALIEN (1979)  JASON LEE VS. THE SH*T WEASEL — DREAMCATCHER (2003)  BILL DUKE CAUGHT IN THE CROSS HAIRS — PREDATOR (1987)