So far, it's been an exciting year for horror. Afflicted is a "damn fine film," The Babadook is a must see, and Only Lovers Left Alive is one of the most gorgeous horror films ever. 2014 is really shaping out to be a great year for horror, and it's not over yet. Here are several reasons to be thrilled about the future…
Day in and day out, UFO technicians trot in sleepy, naked humans, subject them to all manner of probing, and then tuck them back into their beds. But what happens when one of those Grey aliens looks at a human with something more than cold, scientific interest? What happens when a Grey finds himself falling for one of…
Fire in the Sky is a 1993 alien abduction melodrama based on the true story of Travis Walton, a forestry worker who was allegedly abducted for five days in 1975 after an alien encounter in Arizona's Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.
In case you were confused as to exactly how Van Halen's Sammy Hagar was abducted by aliens (something he admitted to last month in his new autobiography Red), Hagar reenacted the entire horrific experience on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Watch.
Last night Castle cracked an alien abduction case in "Close Encounters of the Murderous Kind." An astrophysicist dies of explosive decompression - so naturally aliens did it. We love it when Castle gets spliced with a little X-Files.
Seriously, this alien-probe-tastic scene from Night Skies does not go with food. Partly because the poor humans are imprisoned with what looks like Ramen noodles and string cheese. And partly because of the whole revolting aliens-stole-my-baby thing.
A crew of alien activists kidnap six human misfits in Christopher Baldwin's new webcomic Spacetrawler. Can a hedonist, a gal raised by coyotes, a vegan peacenik, a tech whiz, and a cranky alien pilot all learn to get along?
When the aliens finally come to sweep you up into their tentacled embrace, their dazzling lights may disorient you so much, you'll be helpless to stop them. So it's best to prepare by getting one of Jason Dietz's UFO lamps.
Friday, we showed you incontrovertible proof that a UFO abducted a poor, defenseless cow. Still not convinced? Well, UFOlogists have analyzed the photos, and they're seeing hooves.
I'm usually suspicious of alien abduction reports. But you have to believe it when somebody says they saw a cow zooming through the sky for a UFO rendezvous. It's just too weird to be fake - as these pictures prove!
Click to viewA few days ago, the Weird Universe blog dug up a 1993 report on a UFO abduction survey, investigated by sociology professor Ted Goertzel at Rutgers University. The report was checking into a previous study's claim that 3.7 million Americans were suffering from "UFO abduction syndrome." While the Goertzel…
Disney / Pixar's short film Lifted actually screened in theaters before Ratatouille, but if you never saw this flick in theaters, you might have missed this little gem of a short. Directed by Gary Rydstrom (who has been nominated for 14 Academy Awards and won three, all for sound design), its the story of an…