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Revisiting ‘Flight of the Navigator’, Disney’s Darkly Whimsical “Boy and His Alien” Movie

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) Before Disney was known for its corporate synergy and obsession with remaking old animated classics, they actually took a lot of bold chances, especially in the ’70s and ’80s. And especially when it came to sci-fi, fantasy and horror films. Sadly, few of these were successful at the box office, though some managed to become cult hits once they hit home video. One such ...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Lionsgate, Disney, Nasa, Features, David, Mtv, Aliens, Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, Howard, Randal Kleiser, PSO, Kleiser, Flight of the Navigator


The CIA has allegedly released all of its files on UFOs, and you can read them now

John E. Greenewald, Jr is an author and podcaster who runs the Black Vault, an online archive with 2.2 million pages of government documents, mostly dealing with UFOs and the paranormal. Basically, he's FOIA X-Files. And he recently published a huge trove of CIA files on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Fbi, Foia, Aliens, Cia, Ufo, Uae, Documents, UFOs, Ufology, It's Never Aliens, Unidentified Flying Cupcakes, Definitely Not Aliens, It's Aliens


An ancient super-Earth offers an unexpected clue that life in our galaxy could be older than scientists thought

Artist's rendition of the hot, rocky planet in TOI-561 - one of the oldest, most metal-poor planetary systems discovered yet in the Milky Way. W. M. Keck Observatory/Adam Makarenko A super-Earth planet 280 light-years away seems to be about 10 billion years old, adding to growing evidence that rocky planets have existed almost as long as our galaxy. Ancient rocky planets offer further evidence that extraterrestrial life may have existed long before humans. Scientists may have better su...
Tags: Space, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Harvard, Hawaii, Aliens, Mars, James Webb Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, Exoplanet, Milky Way Galaxy, Extraterrestrial Life, Telescopes


May the force be with us

Don’t be too quick to dismiss reports of visitors to Earth – perhaps they can help us The post May the force be with us appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Earth, Aliens, US Navy, Stigma, Openaccess, UFOs, Galactic Federation, Top Six, Oumuamua, Space Force, Extraterrestials, TEDx talk, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, Visitors From Space


"Contentious" book claims Oumuamua was extraterrestrial spacecraft

In his new book Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth, theoretical physicist and Harvard professor Avi Loeb (previously at BB) reportedly theorizes about an extraterrestrial spacecraft that may-or-may-not have recently passed by the Earth's orbit. The incident in question took place in 2017. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Earth, Harvard, Aliens, Ufo, Astrophysics, Extraterrestrials, UFOs, Space Aliens, Avi Loeb, Ufology, Alien Life Form, Oumuamua, Definitely Not Aliens, It's Aliens


What We Know About the Intriguing Radio Signal From Our Neighbor Star

Researchers with the Breakthrough Listen project have detected a curious signal originating from Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to the Sun. The signal has been designated as a possible alien transmission, but like so many examples in the past, this latest detection is probably another dead end.Read more...
Tags: Science, Aliens, Seti, Extraterrestrials, Proxima Centauri, Radio Emissions, Intriguing Radio Signal From Our Neighbor Star


David Giler, Writer-Producer on ‘Alien’ Franchise, Dies at 77

David Giler, a writer and producer known for his work on each film in the “Alien” franchise, died at his Bangkok home on Dec. 19. He was 77 years old. His longtime friend, “Alien” producer Walter Hill, said in a statement, “If you knew David, you knew he was special. The magic of his personality […]
Tags: News, David, Obituaries, Aliens, Alien, Bangkok, Prometheus, Walter Hill, David Giler


Peter Lamont, Production Designer Behind Classics Like Aliens, Dies at 91

Peter Lamont, a veteran of the film industry, was one of the most respected and accomplished production designers and art directors around. Now, the Oscar-winner has passed away. Read more...
Tags: Science, James Bond, Titanic, Rip, Aliens, Peter Lamont, Set Design, Film Production


Discoveries That Really, Really Seemed Like Aliens

As the famous X-Files poster declares, “I want to believe.” This wanting, however, often leads us astray. When confronted with shocking and inexplicable celestial phenomena, we tend to see intelligent design. This jumping to conclusions is a sin for which we can be forgiven—we have an insatiable need to know if…Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Science, Aliens, Seti, Extraterrestrial Intelligence


Former Israeli military leader opens up about contact with "Galactic Federation" of aliens

According to the Jerusalem Post, 87-year-old retired general Haim Eshed, a former space security chief for the Israeli military, says that the country had been in contact with the "Galactic Federation"—but that, unfortunately, the alien government conglomerate decided that humanity "wasn't ready" for to get involved in interstellar politics: Speaking in an interview to Yediot Aharonot, Eshed – who served as the head of Israel's space security program for nearly 30 years and is a three-time re...
Tags: Post, News, Israel, US, Aliens, Extraterrestrials, Jerusalem Post, Galactic Federation, Haim Eshed, Definitely Aliens, Yediot Aharonot Eshed


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Sideshow Collectibles Black Friday Deals! On this week’s edition of CS Collectibles we’re showing off Sideshow Collectibles’ huge amount of Black Friday deals. Check them out below! The Big Stuff 10% OFF IN-STOCK ITEMS SITEWIDE – USE CODE 10BF20 OR BF100* Continuing a much celebrated Star Wars collectible Life-Size collection, Sideshow is proud to present the Yoda Life-Size Statue.  $300.00 off with code TEACHER! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStan...
Tags: Amazon, Black Friday, Star Wars, Toys, TV, Movies, Southeast Asia, Marvel, Tim Burton, Dc Comics, US, Prints, Earth, Gotham, Iron Man, Sideshow Collectibles


Utah's Mystery Monolith Appeared Around 2016 Near Site of Old Movie and TV Locations

Was it aliens or artists? Yesterday, the internet was enthralled by the discovery of an unexplained metallic monolith in the middle of nowhere by officers for Utah’s Department of Public Safety. Roughly 24 hours later, we have a lot more answers, all thanks to amateur sleuths online. And given the area’s long history…Read more...
Tags: Utah, Science, Aliens, Stanley Kubrick, 2001 A Space Odyssey, 2001, Westworld, Thelma and Louise, Canyonlands National Park, UFOs, Monolith, Dead Horse Point State Park, Movie Locations, Utah Public Safety, 127 Hours, Department of Public Safety Roughly


Netflix's Adorable Alien Xmas Is Basically The Grinch From Outer Space

The true spirit of Christmas is something that holiday movies have long been fascinated with, and Netflix’s Alien Xmas is no exception. What is exceptional about the special is that it brings extraterrestrial flair to the holiday, courtesy of the Chiodo Brothers, who made 1988 cult classic Killer Klowns From Outer…Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Kids, Holidays, Christmas, Netflix, Animation, Streaming, Sci Fi, Aliens, Stop Motion, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Stephen Chiodo, Chiodo Brothers, Alien Xmas


Leather facehugger masks

Expert leatherworker Kevin Nunner created this marvelous top-grain leather facehugger mask, useful for many things beyond avoiding coronaviruses in Target. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kevin Nunner (@kevinnunner7)
Tags: Post, News, Leather, Masks, Aliens, COVID, Kevin Nunner


Leather facehugger maks

Expert leatherworker Kevin Nunner created this marvelous top-grain leather facehugger mask, useful for many things beyond avoiding coronaviruses in Target. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kevin Nunner (@kevinnunner7)
Tags: Post, News, Leather, Masks, Aliens, COVID, Kevin Nunner


How Disney is screwing the author of numerous best-selling movie novelizations

When Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, and 20th Century Fox in 2019, it also acquired a ton of content. That content had to have been created at some point, a process which typically involves human beings and contracts. But apparently Disney has neglected to honor those contracts, at least in the case of Alan Dean Foster. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Disney, Copyright, Aliens, Intellectual Property, Lucasfilm, Sfwa, Alan Dean Foster, Copyright Trolls, Disney villains, Disneymustpay, Disney Must Pay, Intellectual Impropriety, Science Fiction Writers Association


Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland Look Like They're in for a Wild Ride in Chaos Walking's First Trailer

Based on Patrick Ness’ sci-fi book trilogy (he also worked on the screenplay with Christopher Ford), the Doug Limon directed Chaos Walking has been on a long road to get in front of viewers. Now, we’ve got our first trailer starring Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley, Spider-Man’s Tom Holland, and , Mads…Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Sci Fi, Aliens, David Oyelowo, Daisy Ridley, Ridley, Tom Holland, Patrick Ness, Mads Mikkelsen, Doug Liman, Doug Limon, Chaos Walking, Christopher Ford, Nickjonas, Ridley Spider Man


Nicolas Cage's Alien Martial Arts Film Knows You Might Need a Brain Break Right Now

Every six years, an alien comes to Earth looking for a fight. This has happened for generations. As a result, every six years, a team of expert martial artists must face him, using techniques this alien himself passed down centuries ago. If they don’t, everyone on Earth will die. Is Nicolas Cage up to the task?Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Comic Books, Interview, Martial Arts, Earth, Aliens, Nicolas Cage, Tony Jaa, Jiu Jitsu, Jim McGrath, Frank Grillo, Dimitri Logothetis, Alain Moussi, Marie Avgeropoulos, Juju Chan


10 Great Sci-Fi Tropes (and 5 That Should Be Shot Into Space)

Science fiction is a genre that’s full of storylines, plot devices, and techno-jargon that would be considered ridiculous in the real world. But these tropes are effective, so we keep using them. Over and over again. That might sound like a bad thing—relying on tried-and-true sci-fi tropes instead of creating…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Hunger Games, Marvel, Disney, Star Trek, Avatar, Tropes, Robots, Aliens, Firefly, Westworld, Lucasfilm, James Cameron, The Matrix, Stargate


Jupiter's oceanic moon Europa — a prime candidate for alien life — might glow in the dark, a NASA scientist discovered

A view of Jupiter's moon Europa, created from images taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft in the 1990s. Reuters Jupiter's oceanic moon, Europa, might glow white, blue, and green in the dark, a NASA scientist discovered. Jupiter bombards Europa's icy surface with high-energy electrons that makes some types of ice glow. Mapping Europa's "mosaic" of nighttime glow could narrow down the chemical ingredients of the ice. NASA plans to send a spacecraft to Europa, where it could scan for th...
Tags: Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Aliens, Jupiter, Europa, Radiation, Extraterrestrial Life, NASA JPL Caltech, Jovian, Ocean Worlds, Nature Astronomy, Business Insider An, Morgan McFall Johnsen, NASA JPL Caltech NASA


Fast radio bursts were once thought to be alien broadcasts. New research suggests the mysterious signals come from dead stars.

The super-dense remains of a dead star, as captured by NASA observatories. NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA/CXC/Univ. of Ariz./Univ. of Szeged Astronomers have linked a mysterious fast radio burst to its source for the first time: a dead star within our galaxy. The dead star, known as a magnetar, released an explosion of X-rays and gamma rays with a single radio burst. The discovery suggests that these mysterious radio signals all come from magnetars. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories...
Tags: Space, Science, News, China, Trends, Nasa, Stars, Canada, X-ray, Aliens, University of British Columbia, California Institute of Technology, Guizhou, Fast, Fast Radio Bursts, FRB


NASA scientists discovered a 'very weird' molecule in the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan. It could point to alien life.

This near-infrared, color mosaic from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the sun glinting off of Titan's north polar seas. NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. Arizona/Univ. Idaho NASA astronomers discovered a "very weird little molecule" called cyclopropenylidene in the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan. Scientists think alien life could survive in Titan's underground salty ocean. This molecule could serve as a stepping stone to more complex molecules that play important roles in sustaining life. ...
Tags: Space, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Chile, Aliens, Saturn, Titan, Extraterrestrial Life, Cassini, Nixon, Michelle Starr, Alma, Goddard Space Flight Center


Any aliens living around 1,004 nearby stars should be able to see the signs of life on Earth, a study says

An artist's impression shows exoplanet K2-18b, its host star, and an accompanying planet in the system. K2-18b is a super-Earth that hosts both water and temperatures that could support life. ESA/Hubble, M. Kornmesser Astronomers have identified 1,004 sun-like stars that could have Earth-like planets in their orbits. Any intelligent aliens on those exoplanets would be able to detect the signs of life on Earth. The researchers say these stars could be prime targets in the search for ali...
Tags: Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Stars, Pepper, Aliens, Exoplanets, Extraterrestrial Life, Tess, Lehigh University, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Joshua Pepper, Lisa Kaltenegger, Solar Dynamics Observatory NASA


Aliens From These Worlds Could Be Watching Us Right Now

Since the 1990s, astronomers have catalogued more than 3,000 exoplanets using a fairly basic detection technique known as the transit method. But what if aliens are using the same technique to spy on us? A team of astronomers is now exploring this very exciting—if not totally terrifying—possibility.Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Aliens, Exoplanets, Seti, Astrobiology, Life On Other Planets, Transit Method


Watch the first 7 minutes of SyFy's new RESIDENT ALIEN show, starring Alan Tudyk

Alan Tudyk's narrative voiceover here is dripping with the same sardonic energy as his voice work on Doom Patrol and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. And that alone is enough to get me excited. Here's the official blurb: Based on the Dark Horse comic, SYFY's RESIDENT ALIEN follows Harry, an alien played by Alan Tudyk ("Rogue One," "Firefly") that crash lands on Earth and passes himself off as a small-town human doctor. Arriving — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Comic Books, Syfy, Earth, Trailers, Aliens, Alan Tudyk, Alien Life On Earth, Resident Alien, It's Aliens


Save Yourselves Is an Alien Invasion Movie Like You've Never Seen Before

Though it starts with a seemingly simple sci-fi premise, Save Yourselves is actually so much more. This is a film that’s funny and surprising but also smart, layered, and subtly thought-provoking. It doesn’t clobber you over the head with any single message; instead, you’re presented with many different viewpoints,…Read more...
Tags: Comedy, Science, Aliens, Independent, John Reynolds, Sunita Mani, Eleanor Wilson, Alien Invasion, Save Yourselves, Alex Huston Fischer


CS Reviews The Making of Aliens by J.W. Rinzler

CS Reviews The Making of Aliens by J.W. Rinzler What more can be said of James Cameron’s sci-fi blockbuster Aliens — one of the greatest action flicks of all time, featuring, perhaps, cinema’s most famous action heroine; and boasting any number of long-lasting pop cultural staples including the Alien Queen, the military aesthetic, and the various set pieces that have since been replicated in any number of films? As it turns out, quite a bit. To that end, J.W. Rinzler, author of “The Making o...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Fox, Roger Ebert, Cameron, Aliens, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Bill Paxton, Titan Books, Scott, Paxton, Weaver, Crocodile Dundee


Why Isn't Close Encounters Considered Steven Spielberg's Ultimate Masterpiece? Because It Kind of Is

Many people would agree that Close Encounters of the Third Kind is a straight-up masterpiece. That’s not some wild stretch. And yet, ask those same people what the best Steven Spielberg movies are and there’s a very good chance it barely makes the top five. (Seriously. I ran a poll to check this. It’s true.) To make a…Read more...
Tags: Science, Streaming, Aliens, Potatoes, Nostalgia, Steven Spielberg, Retro Review, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, Richard Dreyfuss, Teri Garr, Melinda Dillon


Now That Venus Is a Candidate for Alien Life, What's Next?

Our minds were blown yesterday as a team of researchers reported on the discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus—a potential sign of life. The discovery will undoubtedly renew scientific interest in our closest planetary neighbor. Here’s what should happen next, and how scientists could confirm—or deny—the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Space Exploration, Aliens, Venus, Extraterrestrial Life, Astrobiology, Planetary Science, Microbes, Life On Other Planets, Microorganisms, Alien Microbes


Another Sweeping Search for Aliens Comes Up Short

A groundbreaking survey of over 10 million star systems has failed to detect signs of extraterrestrial intelligence.Read more...
Tags: Science, Aliens, Seti, Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Technosignatures