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Death Star architect begs, don’t blame me!

September 9, 2015 | By | Reply More
Death Star architect begs, don’t blame me!

At last, the Death Star’s architect comes on stage to beg not to blame him . . . it was those damn pesky space wizards wot done it!

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Wire Cutters (animated scifi short).

September 6, 2015 | By | Reply More
Wire Cutters (animated scifi short).

Wire Cutters from Jack Anderson on Vimeo. Here’s an interesting looking short film (animated) about a pair of mining robots from rival corporations working an otherwise uninhabited world for rare gems. When they discover each other’s presence on the planet, how will things play out – and will they play nicely or not? Great pro […]

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Prelude to Axanar (Star Trek mock-umentary).

July 8, 2015 | By | Reply More
Prelude to Axanar (Star Trek mock-umentary).

Here’s an interesting little ditty, Prelude to Axanar, a non-profit Star Trek Kickstarter-type thing for a proposed war movie covering the big Klingon versus Federation dust-up which kicked off in the era between Archer and Kirk. By way of a taster for the main event, this is a mock Federation documentary that covers the war. Very professionally […]

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London Comic Con special: Cast & Director of SuperBob explain why everyone wants to be a superhero!

May 24, 2015 | By | Reply More
London Comic Con special: Cast & Director of SuperBob explain why everyone wants to be a superhero!

After a freak meteor storm turns postman Bob into a superhero, he must face his greatest challenge . . . going on his first date in six years.  Bob must balance international politics, saving the world and getting the girl. Being a superhero can be a lonely job. So why does everyone want to be one? […]

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Captcha . . . Rory from Dr Who goes dieselpunk.

May 15, 2015 | By | Reply More
Captcha . . . Rory from Dr Who goes dieselpunk.

In a dark dieselpunk 1940’s London, an unassuming government scientist has unknowingly been ‘spiked’ with a love implant. His implant is failing, but the spy who put it there has fallen in love for real. Will she choose to betray her mission and save her lover? And if he knew her deception, could he ever […]

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The Leviathan (rises).

April 10, 2015 | By | Reply More
The Leviathan (rises).

The Leviathan — Teaser from Ruairi Robinson on Vimeo. News over at Deadline.com  suggests that Ruairi ‘Last Days of Mars’ Robinson’s short film about a humanity whose space-travel is powered by space whales (think Avatar crossed with Moby Dick), is now green for go. In this case, the harvesting is done by prison and slave labour – […]

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Jeff 1000 – Summer Glau dates robots . . . true?

December 17, 2014 | By | Reply More
Jeff 1000 – Summer Glau dates robots . . . true?

An unusual little skit from Summer Glau in which Jeff 1000 proves more than just a killing machine. Maybe. Hey, he’s only human, right?

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Teddies got teeth?

November 4, 2014 | By | Reply More
Teddies got teeth?

In this short fantasy film by Tyler Novo, the Legend of the Teddy Bear gets the full bizarro Pokemon-like satire treatment. It’s amazing what a ted will do to protect its human master! Mean Teddies was scouted for us in this instance by the ever Reliable SFsignal. Mean Teddies from Tyler Novo .

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Merv, life after the end (a short film).

October 14, 2014 | By | Reply More
Merv, life after the end (a short film).

A post-apocalyptic science fiction short movie from Matt Inns which proves that no man is an island . . . not even inside a fallout shelter. Thanks to www.sfsignal.com for scouting out this beauty for us. Directed by Matt Inns. Written by Steven Woller and Matt Inns. Director of Photography, Ash McKenzie. Produced by Steven […]

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Envoy . . . E.T. go home? (short movie).

September 28, 2014 | By | Reply More
Envoy . . . E.T. go home? (short movie).

Envoy is a science fiction, action adventure, short film used as a proof of concept for a larger full-length motion picture. A love-letter to many of the classic action-adventure and science fiction films of the ’80s & ’90s, Envoy was created by Director David Weinstein and Visual Effects Supervisor Adam Coggin. Envoy’s web site is […]

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