There's a long weekend ahead of us, and that means one thing: DVD box sets. You could break out the Firefly and Babylon 5, or you could venture into the wild unknown. Television is full of undiscovered worlds — here are 12 underrated or overlooked science fiction and fantasy TV shows to mainline this weekend.
The Large Hadron Collider is constantly on the hunt for "new physics" — discoveries that confound and expand our current understanding of the universe... and it may have found one in the decay patterns of a subatomic particle and its antimatter counterpart.
A hundred years ago next week, superconductivity was discovered. Now we know electric charge can flow through ultra-cold objects without resistance. How better to celebrate this anniversary than with an awesomely crazy idea about ultra-hot superconductors forming in deep space?
In this scene from the movie Decoys 2, an evil alien transforms into a sassy dominatrix so she can mate with a young guy. It's just one of the most embarrassing alien mating scenes ever.
It looks like we'll get a quasi-remake of Quark, the sitcom about an intrepid starship crew, this fall on Fox. The network greenlit Boldly Going Nowhere, a new comedy from the creators of It's Always Sunny In Philadephia, which deals with the mundane lives of a starship crew. Says one of the creators, "We grew up…
If you've ever wanted to see Star Wars mashed up with 300, then this clip from the short-lived 1978 show Quark may make you happy. Or maybe not. The Great Gorgon, a transparent Darth Vader rip-off, comes in his big orange Death Star to conquer the planet of Spartans... who surrender. I remember loving Quark when I was…
Rabid Jake 2.0 fans are sending this postcard to Paramount demanding a DVD boxset of the canceled show. In an era when even Jason of Star Command has DVDs, it seems hard to believe you can't buy your favorite obscure show yet. What sci-fi show are you dying to see on DVD?