Aliens Warrior Keksdose

In space no one can hear, as you eat biscuits! In Thinkgeek there is this great Aliens Warrior Keksdose:

Aliens. Those darn Xenomorphs are always trying to shove something down the throats of Humans. you know, maybe if they made the Chestburster embryos look like cookies, the Facehuggers could get cushy desk jobs. or, you know, something else they have the skillset for. They’d probably make great massage therapists, what with all those little appendages.

Aliens Warrior Keksdose
Aliens Warrior Keksdose

Alien: Covenant – Red Band Trailer and Poster

2017 There is not much of the controversial high-gloss look of Prometheus left. In the first Red Ribbon-TRAILER to „Alien: Covenant“ fighting the crew instead in the best alien fashion to survive. That is a lot of blood, nerve-wrecking action and merciless attacks of domestic alien species. So quite so, as befits a real Alien. As access and Covenant Prometheus into each other, is at the present time, however, still unclear. Michael Fassbender plays a dual role as a survivor Android David (of the titular spaceship Prometheus) and a more recent version of the robot named Walter of the Covenant, while Katherine Waterston assumes the lead role as Ripley spare velvet Wumme. Besides Fassbender Noomi Rapace also be (Elizabeth Shaw) and Guy Pearce (als Peter Weyland) have short cameos in the film, to be the second part of a trilogy and will answer all questions about the Alien. I know Ehrlich said not, why Scott for needs three parts, but oh well, I'm concerned he should Xenomorph movies make until he falls over, I'll look at all anyway, because more Xenomorphs are better than less… ;)

Headed toward a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, the crew members of the colony ship Covenant discover what they believe to be an uncharted paradise, but it is actually a dark, menacing world in which the only inhabitant is the synthetic David (Michael Fassbender), a survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition.

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Alien: Covenant | TRAILER 1 | german HD

The "Pigs in Space" are back with a "Alien" spoof

As is known, the „Pigs in Space“ part of the Muppet Show, here they parody the lunch scene from „Alien“, in one, the first in the original times the Alien looks ... here it is just the cockroach with a Spanish accent, which is on a meta level again different funny, wherein I wonder eh, whether children here are really the target audience. Probably not. But they also were never eh…

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The Muppets | Pigs in Space | “Alien: Look Who’s Coming to Dinner”

iron

„iron“ is a short film about the life of an alien thief in Brooklyn. Here she told here their psychologists about her life as a thief in a futuristic New York, their Partner in Crime and everything then somehow a very romantic touch. I am delighted with this short film especially the quality of the effects, but also find the story very cute. but is also remarkable, as organic sounds their language, as genuine someone would have because a lot of thought to. The film comes from Emily Carmichael and shows Aimee Mullins as Stryka and Rupert Friend as Callen.

Stryka is an awesome reptile woman from another planet who does heists and odd jobs with her (literal) partner in crime, Callen. But she has a secret–she’s been stealing with somebody else. (She just wants a partner who cleans up well enough to pull off a fancy jewel heist once and a while–is that so Wrong?) Anxious about her career in thievery and torn by her loyalty to competing thieves, Stryka has to figure out where she belongs. Luckily, she has a highly advanced robot therapist to talk it over with.

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iron | A Sci-Fi Short Film Starring Aimee Mullins & Rupert Friend

U.F.Oh Yeah

Ryan Connollyhat created this sci-fi short film, in which a nerdy type, believes more extraterrestrial life than to humanity, finally gets his long-awaited visit. From an unknown flying object, that the serious decision falls, take him. But the aliens have imagined the whole thing probably somewhat easier…

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U.F.Oh Yeah (Sci-fi/Comedy short film)

The History of Aliens in Film

Successful SuperCut Adam Schleich grain and Bryan Menegus, in which we get a tour of the cinematic history of extraterrestrials offered. From saucers on thread to CGI monsters of modernity.

From their earliest cinematic appearance in Georges Méliès’s „A Trip to the Moon“ in 1902, our conception of life Beyond Earth has changed to reflect our hopes and Fears, the technology we’ve mastered, and our growing knowledge of the universe. Watch our depictions of extraterrestrial life Change over nearly 100 films and 112 years.

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The History of Aliens in Film

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Independence Day: Resurgence – TRAILER

Here the first TRAILER to „Independence Day: Resurgence“, All 20 Years after the first part. Everything looks beautiful once again bleak, both tonal and bildtechnisch, thus acts quite appealing. I had already always a special place in my heart for Emmerich. Und Jeff Goldblum in Space Suit! damage, meets Will Smith since 2008 somehow no good career decisions more… However, the movie starts from the 24. June 2016 in the US cinemas and in our latitudes at 14. July 2016.

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Independence Day: Resurgence Official Trailer #1 (2016) - Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum Movie HD

Xenohefter

One of the most famous scenes in film history, from Alien 3, readjusted in the office with a stapler…

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Xenostapler

H is for Hugging

John Hurt still has post-traumatic stress disorder from this „Hug“… :)

H is for Hugging

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