#Vintage2016: Remember When the Future Seemed Exciting?

Yes, the future really WAS something that, collectively, the world used to envision and fantasize about. Take a look at these images! In the movies, in fashion, in pop culture, in science and all over the press we once imagined what the future would be like; all freaky and new ... See the Rest

Supercut OTD: Dr Zachary Smith Screams

"Oh, the pain, the pain! Save me, William!" Watch this supercut of the of the villainous Dr Smith shrieking like the little bitch he was on the '60s sci-fi campfest Lost in Space. On playing the villainous Dr Smith, actor Jonathan Harris once said: "I was deliciously wicked. I ... See the Rest

Watch Future Relic, a Short Film Starring James Franco

A short film by artist Daniel Arsham starring James Franco as a lab worker from the future, carefully cataloging, indexing, then destroying, objects from the past like cameras and telephones that have seemingly been turned to glass. Or ice. Or salt. Or something. The story ... See the Rest

The Physics of Space Battles

George Lucas based all his space battles on WWII dog fights, of course, and ever since, Hollywood has followed his lead. Never mind the fact that it's complete bunk. Now the folks at It's OK to be Smart ... Watch Now

The Trailer for Automata

Sentient robots kidnap a human in this intriguing mashup of Philip K Dick and Isaac Asimov mythologies starring a bald Antonio Banderas and his real-life ex, Melanie Griffith. Which... is kind of a red flag, but wait. Give it a chance. Banderas plays an insurance agent of ROC ... See the Rest

First Look: Last Days on Mars

Here's the trailer for Last Days on Mars, a what-looks-to-be thrilling sci-fi space adventure starring Liev Schrieber and Olivia Williams. In the flick, a crew of astronauts on an exploratory mission to Mars are assaulted by a deadly infection and struggle to contain it ... See the Rest

Star Drunk: A Short Film Written by and Starring Drunk People

Star Drunk is a short film that's a kind of inebriated mashup of Star TrekStar Wars, and Battlestar Galactica  directed by See the Rest

Comic-Con Roundup: Day 2

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