Burger King has assaulted our brains with creepy-weird ads for years now, but this is the weirdest. A woman dressed as a BK-themed "Kingon" does a "dance of seduction" to steal your Star Trek glass.
This surprisingly clever Denny's commercial pits humans against machines, when the kitchen helper asks, "When do you think we'll get a human substitute?" Glad to have the Grand Slamwich on our team.
Soccer great David Beckham posed for this new Terminator-inspired Motorola ad, where he exposes his bare chest - and his skeleton, and a red cyber-eye. Click through to see the whole thing, plus a video.
This ad for Australian beer Carlton Natural Blonde asks you to "taste the future." If the Australian future includes golden unitards, Geordi glasses, robot handshakes and pogo feet, then I'm drinking this beer.
We knew it: Alec Baldwin is an evil alien. All of a sudden, his preternatural comic timing makes total sense. Check out the best ad of the Superbowl.
Hip-hop astronauts dance on an alien moon... until their space buggy gets jacked and their ship gets stolen, in this Bridgestone ad from the Superbowl. I have to admit a weakness for dancing space-dudes.
The two big bass drums that dominated British science fiction in the 1970s-early 1980s have teamed up at last. Okay, so the Tom Baker/Brian Blessed encounter is only for a cellphone ad. But still.
We were right. The creepy faceless droids stalking the wealthy at fancy tennis matches and store openings in the UK were all a giant ploy to get you to buy an overpriced and hideous Lotus. While I applaud the creepy scifi advertising technique of scaring people into buying your product, I fear the message is…