The best movies are never what you think they are. You sit down expecting one thing, and then you get that, and so much more. One of the threads most commonly hidden in films, especially genre films, is a real romance. So in honor of Valentine’s Day, here are eight science fiction movies that are secretly romances.
Say what you want about Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, but Anakin and Obi-Wan knew where to party. Remember when they went into that Coruscant bar and hung out with Blade, ED-209, The Terminator, Pinhead, and all those other classic movie characters?
Sometimes in order to make something new, you have to get rid of the old. And certainly, after the last few movies in the Terminator series, the franchise desperately needed something new. We spoke to Genisys writers Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier, as well as director Alan Taylor to discuss how the newest…
On Oct. 26, 1984, audiences every where met The Terminator, one of the most badass examples of technological terror that ever existed. The T-800 represented humanity's crushed hopes of a bright future powered by our own electronic genius, and even today the premise is still terrifying.
Science fiction gives us space wars and robot uprisings, but there's nothing as huge and awesome as a love story that spans star systems or timelines. Here's our list of the top 10 greatest romances in science fiction.
Hollywood loves to give us happy endings — but often as not, when the good guys scrape a last-minute victory in the face of incredible odds, you're left wondering how long it'll last. Maybe part of the reason why that victory seems so miraculous is because it'll never work.
Usually, when a political figure is photographed in disreputable company, he tries to cover it up. But when pictures surfaced of Russian blogger and protestor Aleksei Navalny meeting with Voldemort, the Terminator, a "gray" alien, and even that notorious lout Bender, he displayed them proudly on his blog.
We heard about all the scenes that were cut from Star Wars for years. And then, with the Blu-ray release, we finally got to see all of them... and we learned just why they were cut in the first place.
Everybody knows that villains are cooler than heroes — it's just the way things are. But if a villain hangs around long enough, sometimes he or she gets reformed and joins the good guys. Usually, this results in a tragic loss of coolness.
Due to some recent indiscretions, Arnold Schwarzenegger has decided to pull the plug on his resurrected acting career. Which everybody's assuming means no Terminator 5. But wait — there are plenty of great ways to make a Terminator without Arnie.
Murder for hire doesn't have to be sexy, but it's just more fun that way. And the best assassins are almost always sexy, using their sexual allure to confuse their prey and delight everyone else.
Over a month ago Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that he was ready to start acting again. And now Hollywood has come a calling with a remake, reboot or some sort of spin-off of every great action movie he's ever been in.
You may remember OneMinuteGalactica's hilarious science fiction instructional movies that recast the Star Trek gang as participants in an anger management film and Superman as an office safety lesson. Now he's condemned the once fearsome T-800 to be an unwitting lead in a cheeky short film about good manners.
The Apple is famous as one of the worst movies of all time — a cult classic about a dystopian future in which disco-fascism rules the world. But the final collaboration from Golan-Globus Pictures also deserves some respect: American Cyborg: Steel Warrior is truly an unforgettable film.
Lady Gaga is bringing futuristic video screen glasses to the world, but movies and television have already expanded our eyewear horizons. Here are a dozen specs, lenses and goggles with powers that go far beyond video play
The years haven't been kind to the Terminator franchise, after that whole Terminator Salvation debacle. Fortunately for Skynet fans, Gale Anne Hurd, the executive producer and a cowriter of The Terminator, recently expressed interest in reviving the franchise.
We've marveled at the beauty of black velvet science fiction art before, including the lovely paintings of Bruce White. Now he's doing a new gallery show, featuring all-new art of Darth Vader, Han Solo and Gojira, looking sexier than ever.
Why are pre-apocalyptic stories so popular? We get why everyone loves post-apocalyptic worlds: Everybody wants to fantasize about surviving, rebuilding, remaking the world in a new image. But why do people love stories that take place before a horrible disaster?
Last night, Chuck was wrasslin' with Rassilon! Timothy Dalton's superb guest-starring turn managed to elevate an otherwise "meh" episode, at least until it took a startling turn in its final moments. Spoilers ahead!
The best science fiction movies are only as good as the evil corporations they feature. But what sort of websites would Weyland-Yutani or OCP have? Artist Mikko Vartio imagines their websites, with a noticeable resemblance to some real-life corporate sites.