Recall the best instances of brain eating in film before the neti pot amoebas devour those memories.
Not a bad audio commentary with the directors, if you’re into that sort of thing.
This past weekend, the world watched Scottie Thompson run for her life. For, like, an hour and a half. That was pretty much the gist of Skyline.
Based on her short list of acting credits, it would appear that Crystal Reed has only been active for roughly the past year. Apparently that didn’t stop her from nabbing a starring role in Skyline.
Not all aliens are created equal. If worse came to worse, I’m pretty sure I could take E.T. in fight. The same goes for that bitch Mac, from Mac and Me. On the other hand, if you put me in the ring with a Predator, he’d be using my skull as trophy in five seconds flat.
Because the threat posed by extraterrestrials can vary so greatly, we’ve compiled this list of nine aliens you don’t want to eff with. After all, throwing water on the alien from Signs is a fun way to spend an afternoon, while doing the same thing to a Xenomorph is a really bad idea.
I'm not exactly a weapons expert, nor do I know the first thing about armed combat. To make matters worse, I know next to nothing when it comes to protecting myself during an alien invasion. But what I do know is that if a creature that's as big as my apartment complex wants to pick a fight, I'm probably not going to stick around and throw down, especially if my only weapon is a handgun. But that sort of logic won't get your very far in this new Skyline clip, and it's probably for the best since the scene still looks pretty badass. (Dread Central)
Watch some dude shoot spit-wads at a giant alien after the jump…
All of our Ferraris are doomed! Universal has dropped the brand spankin’ new trailer for Skyline. Getting down to brass tacks, aliens invade Los Angeles at 4:27AM. Eric Balfour, Britney…
These new aliens are really efficient.
Universal has released the trailer for Skyline. It stars Donald Faison from "Scrubs," Eric Balfour from "24," and Brittany Daniel from Club Dread. The film is about aliens abducting Los Angelenos, not unlike almost every other alien movie before it. However, I do enjoy the mass human collection, even if it makes zero sense logically. The aliens are just going to have a bunch of concussed people stumbling around their ship throwing up in the hallways.
Skyline invades theaters November 12, 2010.
Check out the trailer after the jump…