It’s been a while since we had a Star Trek TV series that was in current production. Sure you can find episodes of past series out there, none of which have caught my attention since Star Trek: The Next Generation.
If you grew up in the 80s, you saw E.T. at least a few times – it was practically required of any child of the era. Depending on how old you were, you may have even had some of the tie-in toys, including the bike with the plastic alien sitting in the milk carton up front.
I usually don’t go for Bollywood movies, or Kollywood in this case, but when I heard about this movie, called The Robot or Endhiran, I simply had to watch it. It’s kind of hard to describe, but suffice it to say that it is the most expensive Indian film ever made, with a budget of over 35 million dollars.
Looking for the perfect gift for your child? Well here’s an idea, get them a new bed. I know what you’re thinking, a kid is going to get as excited about a new bed as they would a pair of socks on Christmas morning.
Created by science fiction fan/modder Henk Hamers (aka “Gup”), this incredible casemod gets its inspiration from the famous pyramid/spacecraft from the Stargate series.
No detail was spared in the construction of this neo-futuristic PC, which Henk built using a custom metal frame, wood, acrylic and polystyrene panels.
Leiji Matsumoto is known in many circles as one of the founding fathers of anime and manga, creating science fiction classics like Space Battleship Yamoto and Galaxy Express 999. Now his unique futuristic style has found a home in an unlikely host – this dramatic watch.
Visual novels aren’t quite the same deal in the west as they are in Japan, which is why we don’t get incredible titles like 428. Occasionally, however, some developer throws us a bone, and this time, it’s in the shape of Bionic Heart.
What die-hard Trekkie could possibly walk around without a communicator? Now you can own this nifty remake of the original 23rd-century Starfleet communicator from the 1960s TV classic.
The modern-day replica offers up blinking lights and sounds just like the original Starfleet-issue communications gizmo.
This huge animatronic Gort robot comes to us courtesy of the classic 1951 science fiction flick, The Day the Earth Stood Still. Now, this imposing fella can be yours if you’re ready to pony up the dough.
If the beer-pouring robot I told you about earlier today isn’t really your cup of tea (no pun intended) maybe you’ll like this one.
Now you too can own a fully functional, life-sized replica of the original Lost in Space Robot B9 from the famous 1960’s sci-fi TV show.
Regardless of whether you’re a fan of the the British Sci-Fi classic Doctor Who, you’ll be the life of the party when you wear the Cyberman Voice Changer Helmet.
Modeled after the recently updated version of the Cybermen in the long-running BBC series, this helmet not only makes you look quite silly, it makes your voice sound silly too.