Star Drunk is a short sci-fi film that has been both written and acted by drunk people. Directed by Chris R. Wilson and Zach Persson, the movie is quite a mashup of Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica and copious amounts of liquor. Hit ahead for the movie and another “behind the scenes” video for the movie. It isn’t easy to act drunk.
“Epic” is not a word we throw around often, but it’s one that simply falls when we see the work and renderings of Vil Tsimenzin (Simon Williamson). The renderings are so well done that you can’t help loving the execution. What we are looking at here, is the science fiction series where the designer envisions a series of objects, gadgets and accessories for the future. The set includes gear, an intergalactic probe, and a very Matrix-like helmet.
This set of posters by Society6 user mitchell87 presents classic sci-fi novels in a lovely illustrated form. War of the Worlds is kind of the king here, though we must add that The Midwich Cuckoos look suitably creepy.
2020: Humanity is only present on Earth and the Moon.
About a year ago, redditor thefrek made an unofficial flag for Earth. He recently reappeared with more flags for the entire solar system, for the future Martian revolution, and for the Solar Federation that might happen into the future. A fun sci-fi story could be constructed around these flags. They are available for purchase here.
Time to test our geek knowledge in this sci-fi geek alphabet by Stephen Wildish. Feel free to write it out in the comments.
Walking on a fine line of humor, CollegeHumor made these amazing illustrations showing famous sci-fi stories as children’s books.
ROSA is an epic sci-fi short film that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where all natural life has disappeared. From the destruction awakes Rosa, a cyborg deployed from the Kernel project, mankind’s last attempt to restore the earth’s ecosystem. Rosa will soon learn that she is not the only entity that has awakened and must fight for her survival.