Aliens and Predators
Jango Fett and his Alien Pets by Robert-Shane on deviantART
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legio-mortis:


Last Supper was super!

Ⓒ Alien.

nice that Mother could make dinner

legio-mortis:

Last Supper was super!

Alien.

nice that Mother could make dinner

They would say, ‘Look, you could have somebody piss against the wall for two hours and call it Alien 3 and it would still do 30 million dollars worth of business.’ That’s the impetus to make these movies, you can’t keep the people away.

David Fincher, on his assumption that his associates at Fox would be trying to help him make the best movie possible, rather than just raking in cash

44 Things You Don’t Know About the Alien Films — Vulture

shirtoid:

Alien Princess by Captain RibMan is $10 today (8/1) at Shirt Punch

shawngalaxy:

uggly:

Adam Savage Secretly Roamed Comic Con In A Space Suit From Alien

This is the coolest thing

"Dallas"?

11200:

Starlog #23 June 1979

11200:

Starlog #23 June 1979

teepublic:

Xeno-cats by Helenasia
Newt’s birthday

Newt’s birthday

Get away from her you B**CH!, new comic from The Oatmeal
propagandery:

Carlo Rambaldi’s Alien Head
“I always like to have these big long heads for the monster,” HR Giger told Famous Monsters magazine in 1979, “because I worked as an industrial designer. Every object needs to have a function. So if it has a long head there’s space for a long tongue. And I also gave his tongue teeth. I thought it was very good as a filmic device.”
But to take full advantage of the Alien’s retractable jaws the production needed an experienced engineer to provide the appropriate mechanisms. They decided to contact Carlo Rambaldi, an artist, effects man and one-time student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy, whose earlier credits included Oscar winning work on the 1976 King Kong remake, and also later Spielberg’s E.T.

propagandery:

Carlo Rambaldi’s Alien Head

“I always like to have these big long heads for the monster,” HR Giger told Famous Monsters magazine in 1979, “because I worked as an industrial designer. Every object needs to have a function. So if it has a long head there’s space for a long tongue. And I also gave his tongue teeth. I thought it was very good as a filmic device.”

But to take full advantage of the Alien’s retractable jaws the production needed an experienced engineer to provide the appropriate mechanisms. They decided to contact Carlo Rambaldi, an artist, effects man and one-time student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy, whose earlier credits included Oscar winning work on the 1976 King Kong remake, and also later Spielberg’s E.T.

"LEGO Alien" by Dan Shearn $20.00 | Hero Complex Gallery
xeno tree??

xeno tree??