Home » Posts tagged 'Science fiction'
Tag Archives: Science fiction
Pavel Siska’s debut science-fiction short film created by using free and open-source tools: an underwater rescue mission on a remote planet centered around two co-workers in heavy submersible suits takes shortly an unplanned course.
The quantum physicist Dr. Faye O’Neill creates an artificial wormhole and achieves a breakthrough in teleportation. But the wormhole brings an unexpected visitor – Faye’s future self – with a warning that the teleportation device threatens the fabric of spacetime and the very existence of the universe.
Orb an original science fiction film created by the TheThreeLancers, and it’s part of the RGBw series of films – it takes place in a parallel universe to our own: in the year 2049 an alien force arrives defeating the United Nations in less than 24 hours.
The last science fiction western movie I’ve watch is Cowboys and aliens. It was nice, but I thinks this HBO series is (at least) a little better than that movie. Westworld is a series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings.
Alekto is a science fiction which invokes questions about conspiracy theories and the entire evolution of Man. An earthling is kidnapped into space, discovering parallel dimensions that she could have never imagined.