The Truth Was in There.
The Truth Was in There.
Because finding a safe planet is harder than it looks.
Wait — which porn star was in Ghostbusters?
As told by an anonymous trout, of course.
Like so many genres that aren’t drama, horror is frequently overlooked at the Oscars. Here are some movies that should have been up for major awards, but were predictably ignored.
PSA: A condom can’t protect you from the Death Star.
These slasher film heroines went toe-to-toe with sadistic serial killers — and lived to tell about it.
Even though everyone has been comparing Gatsby to Draper, he has far more in common with Alien from Spring Breakers.
For James Franco’s birthday, find out which one of his many characters you are most like.
Franco’s drug-dealing Alien has some incredible lines in the most unbelievable film of 2013. Warning: Naughty language!
But got astronaut Chris Hadfield instead. Greatest AMA authentication photo ever?
Maybe she loves them a little too much.
Irrefutable proof these star-crossed lovers are together. Their respective PR teams are going to have a fit!
It’s the mystery of the smize.
You guys are totally awesome. And totally nerdy. Collected here.
Parenting: YOU’RE DOING IT RIGHT!
NOPE. (via dangerousminds.net)
This horse ain’t from around here. Get away from the hay, you bitch!
So is this an unknown species of sea worm? Or animal intestines? Or ALIENS? You be the judge.
Elementary schoolers recreate the infamous chest buster scene in Ridley Scott’s “Alien.” Low budget, HUGE heart.
Happy 30 birthday to the the most lovable alien. However, E.T. wasn’t always intended to be so family friendly.
This leads to all sorts of continuity questions. Great Easter Egg catch, Blastr!
32 years ago, a young John White didn’t see Ridley Scott’s “Alien” when it hit theaters. He read the Alan Dean Foster novelization and a “Cracked” Magazine parody, and apparently that was enough for him to piece together a graphic novel version of his own.
X-Men assemble! Or, you know, don’t. Think we need more tests. And better control conditions.
More conspiracy fodder! This 13-pound, 43-inch metallic sphere crash landed in Namibia about a month ago, and speculation as to its origin ranges from alien technology to satellite innards. But mostly this post is an excuse to dredge up the trailer for “Spaceballs.”
Aliens and robots need relief too. Sure, you cover ZZ and ZW aliens but not WW? View Image ›
Utterly charming cakes from nerd nuptials. Much more fun than all of that William and Kate, Royal Wedding stuffiness. View List ›