Poll: A ship, a crew and a signal
Which of these sci-fi movies that follow this story telling pattern is your favourite? Discuss Here.
Poll by: TheIncredibleJerk
Created Jul 24 2014
Forbidden Planet (1956)
The crew of the C-57D en route to the planet Altair IV receive a transmission warning them to stay away.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
A small crew of five aboard the ship Discovery One are bound for Jupiter to investigate a strange signal coming from the planet.
Earth begins receiving strange transmissions from the crew of a manned science space station orbiting the planet Solaris. Dr. Kris Kelvin is sent to i…
The crew of the Nostromo are awoken from stasis on their return trip home. Under orders from the corporate organisation they work for to investigate a…
A continuation of the story told in 2001: A Space Odyssey. This time a joint USA/Soviet mission aboard the soviet ship Alexei Leonov investigate what …
A continuation of the movie Alien. This time it is the loss of signal from a long established colony settlement on L-V426. Ripley, the only survivor o…
Event Horizon (1997)
A human starship "The Event Horizon" thought lost amongst the stars is discovered in our own solar system in decaying orbit around Neptune. …
Mission to Mars (2000)
In the 2020 a mission to Mars goes horribly wrong and earth receive a transmission from the only survivor of the ship Mars I. A new crew aboard the Ma…
A remake of the 1972 movie of the same name. Essentially the same story as the '72 movie but updated for modern audiences.
The Icarus II is on a mission to reignite our dying sun after the first mission aboard the Icarus I disappeared before completing its mission. While p…
I might be cheating with this one since there is no signal/transmission received. But the cave paintings/star map could be considered another spin on …
First Spaceship on Venus (1960)
A recording originating from Venus is found and determined to be evidence of a planned invasion of Earth (this was back when people actually thought V…
See results without voting