These weird stories prove that extraterrestrials love Russia

Americans and Europeans like to imagine that aliens will land in London, New York, or Washington, DC, but Russian history is filled with mysterious events that many have claimed to be the work of extraterrestrials. Here are a few of the freaky tales that have left many Russians watching the skies. » 6/16/13 1:00pm 6/16/13 1:00pm

Jean-Claude Van Damme is fighting aliens in a nightclub

There is a disco! Then aliens and blackouts! Then war! Plus Jean-Claude Van Damme and Pierce Brosnan's kid Sean Brosnan! That's right — it's your next straight-to-DVD fixation, U.F.O. (Not to be confused with the movie called UFO that is to be based on UK TV series created by Gerry Anderson.) This trailer is awesomely … » 10/29/12 9:20am 10/29/12 9:20am

R.I.P. Philip Madoc, the Man Whose Growl Animated British Science…

If you watch a lot of British science fiction from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, you'll notice the same faces (and voices) turning up again and again, almost as if SF TV and movies were a repertory company. And few other actors were as indispensible, among that crew, as Philip Madoc, whose deep voice and dark eyes turned … » 3/05/12 2:37pm 3/05/12 2:37pm

The strange, glowing object that put Missouri on "UFO alert" this week

This is the only picture available of a UFO that has been terrorizing residents in the state of Missouri for the past few days. Apparently the brightly-lit vehicle has been flying low over cars on the highway, and appears to break up into smaller craft. Dozens of witnesses have reported seeing it, boosting Missouri to … » 10/06/11 4:38pm 10/06/11 4:38pm

Explorers find bizarre, spaceship-like object at the bottom of the…

Several days ago, we reported that a Swedish team of shipwreck hunters discovered a strange, circular object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea that looks sort of like the Millennium Falcon. The group was using sonar to plumb the depths of the waters, hoping to find shipwrecks that might contain treasures they could… » 7/20/11 8:30am 7/20/11 8:30am