Ralphie is scared of alien movies because he was abducted by them as a child.
Two boys are out in the woods when they come across a giant barbecue with an alien inside it.
The truth is up here.
For years, John Podesta has been on a crusade to declassify government documents, particularly ones that relate to aliens.
Chinese officials are serious about this whole E.T. thing, and they are giving people cash to get out of the way.
Firaxis Games' sequel to 2012's Enemy Unknown is brilliant and unforgiving.
We talked to UFO skeptics and scientists about what they're looking for in America's next president.
With excitement for Fox's upcoming X-Files revival at a fever pitch, we took in a day's worth of episodes curated by Kumail Nanjiani with special guests showrunner Chris Carter and writers Darin and Glen Morgan.
"I need a drink."
Here are some videos we released this week that you should watch, including our recent full-length doc The Real 'X-Files'?
Scientists thought a "swarm of megastructures" in the cosmos may have been created by aliens, but a new paper debunks that theory.
We meet up with Joe Nickell, a longtime paranormal investigator who's been called the real-life Agent Scully, to see if the truth is really out there.
Kathleen Marden is the director of experiencer research at the Mutual UFO Network, where she works on behalf of people who have had extraterrestrial experiences.
There's still no sign of alien life, but that hasn't stopped researchers from looking for the past 50 years.
We pay respects to one of the victims killed at the Eagles of Death Metal concert in Paris, take a bizarre trip to Roswell in search of aliens, then revisit the anime show that influenced a generation of LGBT teens.
On the eve of Oneohtrix Point Never's latest album release, Garden of Delete, So Sad Today talks with Daniel Lopatin about depression, endless chilling, and the importance of honesty in performance.
The discovery of liquid water on Mars raises the possibility that human life may have come from the Red Planet.
Scientists aren't sure how much water there is or where it is originating, but there is water, by God, and water means life—both for potential alien species and for humans if we want to colonize.
This phenomenon, in which the brain recognizes objects in a field of visual noise, is called pareidolia.
The Ovipositor lays gelatin eggs in the body cavity of your choice. Fans say the sensation of mushy extraterrestrial ovum slopping out of them is a real treat.
Dr. Ragbir Bhathal, who leads Australia's Optical SETI project, thinks if there is extraterrestrial life out there, we may be just a generation or two away from finding it.
"Somewhere in the cosmos perhaps intelligent life may be watching these lights of ours, aware of what they mean."
Yes, we asked her about aliens.
The planet isn't the way you left it in Enemy Unknown—the aliens have invaded, and now the line between "good" and "bad" is looking decidedly blurry.