-great library section starting construction begins
-ingame units are being re-textured with realistic textures
-ingame units being prepared for their respective NPC scripting
-hangar music replaced with the podcast show, and army blocks are being put behind game completion barriers. each consecutive game played = in-game world advances forward, plus another army is unlocked
Like Snow Falling on Cedars - not exactly a Star Wars Fan Film - but it is the only way I can really describe it in a few words. It is actually more of a a Kung Fu Movie or a moral tale (but with Light Sabers). I hope it is okay for me to re-upload this. I already uploaded it some years ago (and even got permission from the producer/main actor) but then it was blocked by Youtube because they used the theme music from Black Hawk Down and from some other Hollywood movies. By now they also have their own channel, but their version of the video is blocked too, because they never fixed the audio, so I decided to fix the audio and use classical Chinese music instead. Check out their Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/MovieFactory100
The backstory of this film is a bit complicated. It was basically made buy a German Star Trek fan club, cause got into copyright issues with paramount, so they kinda switched over to light sabers, but because they used music from Hollywood movies, they again ran into copyright issue, resulting in the original video being blocked on Youtube.
All credit goes to the producers of Seeds of Destruction! ---- Militant environmentalists Kate and Joe witness, and videotape, the rapid growth of a gigantic root system that literally begins mowing through the country like an earthquake. At the same time, government agent Jack Taylor contacts plant expert Jocelyn Snow, who discovers that her ex-colleague, Frame Marcos, is the probable source of the ancient seed that started the whole ecological disaster. Under the growing threat of massive tsunamis should the enormous root system burrow under the ocean, Jack, Jocelyn, Joe and Kate confront Frame in his compound, then return to the place where it all began, with the hopes that Jocelyn can disable the embryonic root and bring the disaster to an end.
H.G. Well's classic novel is brought to life in this tale of alien invasion. The residents of a small town in California are excited when a flaming meteor lands in the hills. Their joy is tempered somewhat when they discover that it has passengers who are not very friendly. The movie itself is understood better when you consider that it was made at the height of the Cold War--just replace Martian with Russian. The War of the Worlds (also known in promotional material as H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds) is a 1953 American Technicolor science fiction film drama from Paramount Pictures, produced by George Pal, directed by Byron Haskin, and starring Gene Barry and Ann Robinson.
It's the year 2032, and Batou and Togusa have been assigned by the anti-terrorist force Sector 9 to track down several "gynoids" — androids designed to resemble human females and programmed for pleasure — who have gone on a murder spree. With the help of an android-technology expert named Kim (voice of Naoto Takenaka), Batou and Togusa find themselves following the trail of Locus Solus, an outlaw organization that may be responsible for turning the gynoids into murderers. Director: Mamoru Oshii Writers: Mamoru Oshii, Masamune Shirow Starring: Akio Ôtsuka, Atsuko Tanaka, Kôichi Yamadera, Crispin Freeman, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn Producers: Mitsuhisa Ishikawa, Toshio Suzuki
The peaceful people of Gandahar are suddenly attacked by an army of automatons known as the Men of Metal, that march through the villages and kidnap their victims by turning them to stone. The resulting statues are collected and then transferred to their base. At the capital city of Jasper, the Council of Women orders Sylvain to investigate. On his journey, he encounters the Deformed, a race of mutant beings who were accidentally created via genetic experimentation by Gandahar’s scientists. Despite their resentment, they are also threatened by the Men of Metal and offer to help Sylvain. Gandahar is a 1987 French animated science fantasy film. The original version was directed by René Laloux, and was based on Jean-Pierre Andrevon's novel Les Hommes-machines contre Gandahar (The Machine-Men versus Gandahar).
Submit your favorite Sci-Fi for the Fan Canon treatment.
It's more fun to take the Sci-Fi stories we love and figure out how they might fit in the same universe, perhaps separated by time, instead of just universe hopping. This is a rough cut of stories suggesting how they might influence one another.
This short film was made based on the following constraints: • Cannot take place entirely in one location. • Someone must say the words "time travel." • Two characters must have a long-standing rivalry. • When one character was a kid, he/she used to wish he/she could travel back in time to see real-life dinosaurs. • One character is a wine lover and is very picky/elitist about their wine. • One character prefers bubble baths to showers. • Someone has to say: "I have to go back."
1956 Sci-Fi film starring Anne Francis' legs, Robby the Robot, and Leslie Nielsen before his hair went white and he realized that his path to success was deadpan humor rather than conventional leading man stuff.
Also appearing: the future Oscar Goldman (SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN) and Rosco P. Coltrane (DUKES OF HAZARD).
This movie is essentially STAR TREK, but ten years early. It also set the visual style for LOST IN SPACE. Robby the Robot went on to quite an extensive career in Hollywood, appearing (often with some modification) guest-starring in LOST IN SPACE, THE TWILIGHT ZONE, ARK II, and even the freakin' LOVE BOAT!
Z.P.G. (1972) PG | 1h 37min | Sci-Fi, Thriller | 25 May 1972 (UK) Director: Michael Campus Writers: Max Ehrlich, Frank De Felitta Stars: Oliver Reed, Geraldine Chaplin, Don Gordon --- In the not too distant future, a very smoggy and overpopulated Earth government makes it illegal to have children for a generation. One couple, unsatisfied with their substitute robot baby, breaks the rules and gets in a lot of trouble. (Z.P.G. stands for Zero Population Growth.) Written by Matt Carlin <[email protected]> --- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069530/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1 --- --- Support the creators and distributors of this film by subscribing to streaming services where this film is available or buy physical media where available. No copyright infringement is intended.
1927 This influential German science-fiction film presents a highly stylized futuristic city where a beautiful and cultured utopia exists above a bleak underworld populated by mistreated workers. When the privileged youth Freder (Gustav Fröhlich) discovers the grim scene under the city, he becomes intent on helping the workers. He befriends the rebellious teacher Maria (Brigitte Helm), but this puts him at odds with his authoritative father, leading to greater conflict.
All credit goes to No Strings Prd! ---> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNLa9Fv7Dik Hero, or madman? Joe Kucan plays the messianic megalomaniac Kane, the enigmatic mastermind behind Command & Conquer's Tiberium conflict.
All credit goes to the producers of Ultramarines! ---- A squad of Ultramarines answer a distress call from an Imperial Shrine World. A full Company of Imperial Fists was stationed there, but there is no answer from them. The squad investigates to find out what has happened there.
Silent Running (1972) G | 1h 29min | Drama , Sci-Fi | 10 March 1972 (USA) Director: Douglas Trumbull Writers: Deric Washburn, Michael Cimino (as Mike Cimino) Stars: Bruce Dern, Cliff Potts, Ron Rifkin --- In a future Earth barren of all flora and fauna, the planet's ecosystems exist only in large pods attached to spacecraft. When word comes in that the pods are to be jettisoned into space and destroyed, most of the crew of the Valley Forge rejoice at the prospect of going home. Not so for botanist Freeman Lowell, who loves the forest and its creatures. He kills his colleagues taking the ship deep into space. Alone on the craft with his only companions being three small robots, Lowell revels in joys of nature. When colleagues appear to "rescue" him, he realizes he has only one option available to him. Written by garykmcd --- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067756/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1 --- This post is for historical and research purposes only. Please support creators and distributors of this content by buying their products and services. --- Support the creators and distributors of this film by subscribing to streaming services where this film is available or buy physical media where available. No copyright infringement is intended.
Special edition. After floating in space for 57 years, Lt. Ripley's (Sigourney Weaver) shuttle is found by a deep space salvage team. Upon arriving at LV-426, the marines find only one survivor, a nine year old girl named Newt (Carrie Henn). But even these battle-hardened marines with all the latest weaponry are no match for the hundreds of aliens that have invaded the colony.
A meek, unhappy and frustrated husband with a nagging wife and incorrigible sons finally finds solace in his new TV set that "comes alive" with the use of a magic remote control and gives him the chance to replace his family with various TV characters. But then reality hits.
After a Tibetan boy, the mystical Golden Child (J.L. Reate), is kidnapped by the evil Sardo Numspa (Charles Dance), humankind's fate hangs in the balance. On the other side of the world in Los Angeles, the priestess Kee Nang (Charlotte Lewis) seeks the Chosen One, who will save the boy from death. When Nang sees social worker Chandler Jarrell (Eddie Murphy) on television discussing his ability to find missing children, she solicits his expertise, despite his skepticism over being "chosen."