An alien spirit tries learning about humans by possessing boys, and has a bad time of it.
A highly-virulent weaponized virus breaks containment and wreaks havoc.
It starts strong then goes downhill into some odd religious stuff. Generally terrible later on. Worth watching if you're into this genre.
Pseudo-immortality is reached when alien technology allows humans to save their consciousnesses to reusable disks, and a criminal's disk is brought online from deep storage, for him to investigate the crime against an ancient and powerful man.
Finally, a science fiction show with real depth and darkness. Highly recommended.
I forgot season 1 and so it basically goes to confusing shit in season 2 so I gave up.
Quite a good story. It's full of faces I know. Great acting and spectacular realism.
Note: This video style is shaky.
It is 1598, and a ship pilot gets stranded in Japan.
Meh, it's old.
Alien high school students struggle to keep their secret.
season five is planned
Tensions between the three factions in our solar system rise with an known party's military science efforts.
Describing this one is pretty damned hard. Quite a good series, although the lead actor is just a little too young to be properly-believable. They all are, but I guess that was the target market.
A dude begins his career as a night manager for some place somewhere but gets used by British intelligence to act against an arms dealer.
Fairly decent, but I suspect it's only because this is another show with a British accent being thrown around carelessly.
A military unit is sent on missions in a future where all of humanity is at war with alien insects.
The show is animated, and not "anime". As such, it has not held up well with time. The music is fantastic, though. Truly. However, its other high points do not make up for the visual issue I have.
While it doesn't do it for me, I would recommend this for fans of the movie or movie series who can also handle the visual style and jerky movement that to me is reminiscent of ReBoot (1994-09-10 to 2001-11-30 television show).
- Properly titled Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles
- Ran from 1999-08-30 to 2000-04-03
- Based on the book.
Based the movie Starship Troopers - (1997 movie), and is definitely not a sequel to it.
The world, having gone to shit for some reason, has no guns for some reason, and, in a world nothing like Mad Max - (1979 movie), things happen for various reasons.
It's a manly man man show, with fighting and stuff, though it does have some sort of fantasy fiction quietly woven in. It seemed fair, but I struggled to get through season one and just didn't care after a couple of episodes of season two.