Todd is a veteran soldier of numerous galactic conflicts and although he is one of the best, his days are drawing to a close. A new breed of engineered soldiers, unmatched in their battle expertise, stamina and ruthless capacity for killing, wipe out both of Todd's squad members and severely wounds Todd in a government ordered test. Assumed dead, Todd is dumped on a remote planet - a garbage outpost - populated only by a group of lost and forgotten pioneers who gradually nurse him back to health and teach him about life beyond the battlefield. When a battalion of the new soldiers attack the outpost, Todd is called to defend his adopted home with the help of the other inhabitants.
When a beautiful human-alien hybrid escapes from observation, scientist Xavier Fitch dispatches a crew of experts to find her before she is able to fulfil her horrific purpose: to mate with unsuspecting men and produce offspring that could destroy mankind. As her deadly biological clock ticks rapidly, Fitch and his team are hurled into a desperate battle in which the fate of humanity itself hangs in the balance!
A trio of American astronauts become instant heroes as they plant the Stars and Stripes on Mars before beginning the voyage home. But back on their ship, something else has set its sights on Earth ... something whose relatives have already paid us a visit.
In a not too distant future, the giant spacecraft Svea travels with only two passengers - 12-year-old Gladys and her little brother Keaton. The children have fled from a broken Earth and are heading towards the planet Vial, but they never seem to arrive. They spend their days exploring the giant ship and the only one they can talk to is the Japanese AI, Otosan. But everything changes when something unknown crashes into Svea - suddenly they are not alone in space anymore. Original title: Ensamma i Rymden. In Swedish.
A crash landing leaves an estranged father and son stranded on Earth, a millennium after events forced humanity's escape. They soon embark on a perilous journey to signal for help.
Time travel is one of the most compelling and tantalising ideas in science fiction. HG Wells single-handedly invented the concept of a machine to travel through time in The Time Machine, and ever since, writers and filmmakers have explored its possibilities, pitfalls, and paradoxes. Can we travel through time, and if so, is it possible to change our fate?
In 1979 Ohio, while making a home movie, a group of young friends are lucky to survive when a train derails in front of them. When a series of disappearances follow, they discover the crash was no accident.
A team of scientists aboard the International Space Station have their mission of discovery turn into one of primal fear when they find a rapidly evolving life form that caused extinction on Mars, and now threatens the crew and all life on Earth.
In the thrilling third instalment of the Maze Runner film series, young hero Thomas embarks on a dangerous mission to find a cure for the deadly virus known as the Flare, which turns people into rampaging zombies. Based on the James Dashner novel.
Science fiction robots are the mobile embodiment of a fascinating idea: artificial intelligence. Despite dire warnings from people such as Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, AI is an idea that holds out promise and peril in equal measure. Will the smart machines of the future save humankind - or lead to our demise?
Jay and Kay are back in black for a new fight against a renegade Kylothian monster who is disguised as a human lingerie model. In their first encounter, the alien manages to wipe Kay's mind of any interaction they had and more so, his life as an MIB agent. In a race against time, the two agents must restore Kay's memory and find the key to saving the earth.
What happens when the world goes to hell? Science fiction is filled with visions of dystopias and post-apocalyptic worlds, reflecting our fascination with The End. How will it come, will we even realise it's here, and could we survive? These questions are central to the dark-future theme of science fiction.
What makes us afraid - and why do we like it so much? Science fiction monsters allow us to explore the dark parts of ourselves, parts that we may not want to admit even exist. These science-based monsters reduce our fears - of the unknown, of transgressing, of others - to a visible, visceral presence.
Will we ever travel to the stars, the way science fiction has imagined? For many, science fiction and rocket ships are two sides of the same coin. Ever since HG Wells and Jules Verne, travelling to the stars and beyond has been a central theme - and promise - of science fiction. Writers such as Arthur C Clarke, Robert Heinlein, and Ray Bradbury ran with these ideas and laid the groundwork for modern franchises like Star Trek and Star Wars. What's out there waiting for us - and how will the discoveries of outer space change who we are?
Science fiction is filled with explorations of alien life. What can aliens teach us about what it means to be human?
Captain Picard and his crew pursue the Borg back in time to stop them from preventing Earth's first contact with an alien species. They also make sure that Zefram Cochrane makes his famous maiden flight at warp speed.
Klaatu is an otherworldly being whose arrival on Earth triggers an unstoppable series of events that threaten all of mankind. In a desperate attempt to save humanity, governments and scientists race to unravel the mystery behind the visitors appearance. When a woman and her young stepson find themselves embroiled in the alien's plan, they become the world's only hope to stave off apocalyptic annihilation.
Captain Picard, with the help of supposedly dead Captain Kirk, must stop a madman willing to murder on a planetary scale in order to enter an energy ribbon.
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