This natural-color image of sea ice off East Antarctica's Princess Astrid Coast was acquired April 5 by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite. Via NASA, here's a bit more about what's depicted in this striking photograph:
Terra was the most important postwar science fiction magazine in West Germany — and its covers were bursting with strange monsters and weird struggles in outer space. The Monster Brains blog has gathered some of the greatest monster-focused covers.
A lot of underdog movies are coming out this summer (and some of them will be just plain dogs.) Which of these scrappy up-and-comers will tear out your wallet with its bloody celluloid teeth?
Post-apocalyptic CG movieThe Battle For Terra pits tadpole aliens against humans, as both fight for the survival of their respective species. Check out our exclusive clip.
I really want to like Battle for Terra, the 3-D animated movie where survivors of a destroyed Earth argue over whether to conquer the way-too-cute peace-loving aliens. But this new trailer makes it really hard.
Humans are a plague, shredding across the galaxy and destroying other peace-loving creatures. At least, that seems to be the theme of a number of movies that are coming out in the next few years. I've been wondering what would replace the post-apocalyptic-Earth as the stock plot for "dark" science fiction movies, and…
Bloodthirsty evil humans invade a peaceful alien planet in a new indie movie that turns all the classic alien invasion motifs on their heads. Terra, which just had its U.S. premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, goes from tense little alien invasion movie to war epic in mere moments. Full recap after the jump…