1. Just a casual meal on the commute home.
2. The real-life Up.
3. Sleepy kitty.
4. Aliens exist, people.
5. An epic game of beer pong?
I’ve always wondered what it would be like for aliens to discover Earth’s many contraptions. From televisions to hair dryers, it would definitely be interesting to see how aliens would react.
Now imagine how they would behave if they turned the radio on to discover the wicked dubstep tunes of Skrillex playing.
Check out 1:50 to find out. The results are amazing.
We have all definitely watched our fair share of movies, whether it be comedy, romance or horror. Now how many have scenes have you watched that involve alien invasions, zombies taking over the streets and deadly natural disasters? This leads you to the scary thought of a possible apocalypse in the near future.
The mashup includes clips from many Hollywood movies: I Am Legend, 2012, Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, Cloverfield, Armageddon and many more —cause who doesn’t want to watch another movie about the world coming to an end?
According to sources quoted on PerezHilton Spencer Pratt has recently been trying to signal aliens. Pratt’s wife, Heidi Montag, has reportedly separated from him and currently lives with friend (and brief Hills star) Jennifer Bunney.
Perez Hilton’s sources claim that Pratt has also left the couple’s former Pacific Palisades home and that he was trying to make contact with extra terrestrial life forms.
“Spencer has moved out of their Pacific Palisades house… he’s no longer living there,” sources said. ”The few people left in his inner circle fear Spencer has lost his mind. He told me he was trying to signal aliens. Their house was filled with crystals and we’re not just talking about small tiny ones. They were everywhere, to the extent that Spencer actually owed $150,000 on two giant crystals he had delivered to their home. But one day when I came over, they were all gone… Spencer apparently couldn’t pay for them. Up until the split, neither spoke to their families. We were all surprised that Heidi has even been able to get away from him… Spencer is so far gone now, it’s almost like he’s on something… because if he’s not, he’s really gone crazy.”
We’re betting on the latter.
Another big-budget Hollywood blockbuster. Another tie-in video game. But this one has James Cameron’s name on the box, so it can’t be that bad, right?
To be fair, I had very low expectations for James Cameron’s Avatar – The Video Game. It immediately brought back horrific memories of playing through another movie tie-in videogame with a title as long as my forearm (Peter Jackson’s King Kong The Movie The Game). It has always amazed me that a videogame form of a film seems to need the suffix “The Game” tagged on to the end of the title, as if the general public wouldn’t be able to figure out that the product they are currently holding, which may say Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo on it, isn’t actually the film that’s currently in theatres, but a game based on said film. But I digress….
If you’re expecting any kind of spoilers about the movie from this game, you won’t find them. The game is set two years prior to the events of the film, and you play a forgettable character that really doesn’t matter. You have a wide range of choices at the start of the game as to your gender and race, but this has no affect on the rest of the game, as you soon become a nameless grunt stuck on both sides of the ensuing conflict on the planet of Pandora. The basic story is similar to that of the film in that the humans are on Pandora and the Na’vi don’t really appreciate them, but since this is a few years prior, things are a little less established, and the invading human force hasn’t set up such a large presence – at least, not yet.
Through the main arc of the game, you progress to fighting with the humans and then with the Na’vi, eventually allowing you to make moral choices as to which side of the conflict you feel more at home with. The problem with this is that the game makes it very hard to side with the technologically-inferior Na’vi, especially when you can pilot mech suits, use rocket launchers and flamethrowers when you’re human, and on the flipside use bows and arrows and command bees. Bees? Really? I think I know which side I’m going to be sticking with, thanks.
Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen. This week we’re going to take a look at a group of malevolent, disgusting, and just downright horrible creatures who have terrorized mankind for years. What’s that? No, not lawyers. Not even politicians. This week we are ranking the Top 5 Straight-up Meanest Aliens in Video Games. Almost as long as sci-fi and space opera have been around, there has been the alien creatures to terrorize or befriend the valiant heroes and heroines. Well, forget about your friendly little green men, suckers, because we’re not talking about Starman or ET tonight, we’re talking War of the Worlds and Jabba the Hutt. Let’s do this.
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So let’s assume for a second aliens came down to Earth – how do you think we would react? Would we try to work with them to help further both of our civilizations, or would we try and round them up and put them in camps? I don’t know but District 9 explores this scenario and we sat down with Sharlto Copley, the star of District 9, to get his views. We also had a quick interview with one of the aliens from the District 9. It’s a long story but you will see.