Entries Tagged as 'sci-fi'

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Story Trailer Starring Jon Snow (aka Kit Harrington)

If you can’t take seeing Jon Snow as evil, then you might not enjoy this trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It features Kit Harrington as the antagonist, the disloyal Admiral Salen Kotch, and is set in space, taking the franchise the furthest its ever gone in terms of the cosmos. And they go [...]

Sunday, September 18th, 2016

Solutions to the Fermi Paradox or Where the Heck Are All the Aliens?

YouTube science channel ‘Kurz Gesagt – In a Nutshell’ looks at the concept know as the Fermi Paradox, which basically states that if the universe is so damn old and so damn big with trillions of stars, why have we not met any aliens yet? Or found any sign of their existence? And what does [...]

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Watch ‘TK-436: A Stormtrooper Story’ an Award-Winning Fan Film

In this fan made short film we follow the life of a stormtrooper, right from when he signs up to fight as an imperial soldier leaving behind his beloved and his home planet. It then tracks his time in the Galactic Empire, showing the horrors he witnesses during his time at war—he even bears witness [...]

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Hedberg — A Bionic Hand Made from a Keurig Coffee Maker

Evan Booth is a guy who’s got some talent and if you wondered just what that talent is then look no further than his creation called Hedberg. Hedberg is a fully working bionic hand that’s been made entirely from parts of a Keurig K350 Coffee Maker that Booth took apart and re-appropriated. It took him [...]

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Prop Wars Sees Geeky Battles With Sci-Fi TV & Movie Weapons

Sneaky Zebra have gone full-on nerd in their latest video Prop Wars: Prop Harder which sees three guys do battle with a huge variety of props from all the very best nerdy film and shows. If you’re a fan of sci-fi and fantasy you’re going to recognise a whole host of this arsenal and the [...]

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

How Much Power Do You Need To Destroy A Planet?

With the Death Star 3.0 still fresh in everyone’s minds after Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this video wonders just how much power would such a planet-destroying weapon need to, well, destroy planets. In the new Star Wars the weapon gets its energy by sapping the power from a solar system’s sun, but would that [...]

Thursday, July 21st, 2016

How Will SpaceX Get Us To Mars? This Video Explains

Getting people to Mars is something you may have read briefly about online but you probably don’t know the nitty-gritty of how it’s going to work. Elon Musk’s Space X is one company that wants to get humans to the red planet and they want to do it in a cost effective way, bringing down [...]

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

Here’s Everything Wrong With Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Whatever you might think about the trailers for the new Star Trek movie, let’s not forget what the original Star Trek movie was like—very dull indeed. And it gets picked apart in this video by CinemaSins which counts the ways in which it was a very boring movie, even for ardent fans.

Friday, May 27th, 2016

This Drone Star Wars Dogfight is Basically Your Childhood Imaginary Toy Battles

This video from Corridor Digital is pretty much your childhood Star Wars toy playing made real, well as real as CGI-enhanced drone footage can be. The video features a TIE Fighter vs X-Wing dogfight all shot with drones and suped up with some desktop VFX.

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

First Contact With Aliens Who Really Don’t Want To Talk To Us

You never know that when and if humanity finally does make first contact with an intelligent alien race the reason it might have taken so long is that they just don’t want to talk to us. This video imagines just such a scenario, but it also imagines if the aliens were snarky a-holes too.

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Short Film ‘Hyper-Reality’ Explores Our Super Saturated Holographic Future

If you ever wondered what the future of technology might look like filmmaker and designer Keiichi Matsuda has done a good job of imagining it—albeit one that is a little exaggerated. So much so that it’s become a nightmare of virtual screens and adverts that pop up everywhere, relentlessly prodding you with chatbots and games.

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

Introducing UniVRsity: The Virtual Reality College Experience

There’s no doubt that college can be a great time in a person’s life, but it can also be expensive and you have to move somewhere else and things don’t always work out exactly as planned when you get there. You know, you think you’re going to be partying every night but you end up [...]