Earthlings on different planets have no way to send FTL messages to communicate with each other. An explorer discovers a planet populated by beings that can traverse the universe in the blink of an eye: angels. If only they could be forced to work as messengers…
In the future, telepaths provide the only way to send faster than light messages across the vastness of space. Anyone with the gift is forced to work for the Government Office of Interplanetary Communication, but one young girl rebels…
The population of earth spreads out to a wide variety of different planets. Unfortunately, they have no way of communicating with each other at faster than the speed of light, and it takes years to send messages between planets. Until one day, when a research company develops a time machine. To send a message to another planet “instantly,” they just send it back in time before it was ever written.
Earthlings on different planets have no way to send FTL messages to communicate with each other. An explorer discovers a planet populated by beings that can traverse the universe in the blink of an eye: angels. If only they could be forced to work as messengers…
In the future, telepaths provide the only way to send faster than light messages across the vastness of space. Anyone with the gift is forced to work for the Government Office of Interplanetary Communication, but one young girl rebels…
The population of earth spreads out to a wide variety of different planets. Unfortunately, they have no way of communicating with each other at faster than the speed of light, and it takes years to send messages between planets. Until one day, when a research company develops a time machine. To send a message to another planet “instantly,” they just send it back in time before it was ever written.
An alien scientist builds a device that can transmit signals faster than the speed of light. To test the prototype, he plugs it into his satellite dish and rebroadcasts the signal into deep space. Moments later, earth gets its first glimpse of alien television.
The population of earth spreads out to a wide variety of different planets. A scientist invents a new device that sends messages faster than the speed of light. The scientist discovers that he can send messages to colonists on other planets, or to someone else… God.
An amateur scientist, working in his garage on a FTL communication device, accidentally contacts an alien world. The aliens are friendly and offer him the secrets of their technology, but first he would have to give them directions to earth. His wife, an avid science fiction fan, is suspicious and wonders what motivation the aliens would have to simply give technology away. The question of wither or not the aliens should be given a star map to earth leads to debate, to fights, and eventually to violence.
Scientists discover a form of energy that can travel faster than light, making FTL communication possible for the first time. Unfortunately, the energy is extremely dangerous, and deadly to humans.
A corporation on earth invents faster than light communication, and sets up the only receiving station for messages. A young reporter discovers that the corporation is censoring the news from the space colonies.
The population of earth spreads out to a wide variety of different planets, with no way of communicating with each other at faster than the speed of light. The government decides to make use of a group of Holy Men who can use astral projection to travel to other worlds instantly. One of the Holy Men visits another planet to deliver a message, but he falls in love with a beautiful colonist. How can he build a relationship with someone when he’s not even on the same planet?
A doctor in a distant hospital discovers a way to send messages to distant planets. Patients with terminal illnesses are given messages to memorize, in the hopes that they will be able to visit distant worlds on their way to the afterlife.
While experimenting with a new FTL radio, a scientist begins receiving messages from alien soldiers fighting in what sounds an awful lot like earth’s Civil War…
After working for days without sleep, a scientist finally completes his new FTL radio. He collapses in the corner of his lab, exhausted. While he slumbers, the first person to communicate with an alien world is his mischievous, eight-year-old son.
A scientist working at a radio telescope receives a strange message. It is a clear signal, but an equipment malfunction prevents him from determining which direction the signal originated from. The coded message, when translated, turns out to be schematics for a faster-than-light communications device. The scientist and his coworkers construct the device and then, not knowing which direction the original message came from, contemplate sending a signal into every part of the sky. However, one coworker has an interesting objection: they are virtually guaranteed to reach multiple planets with their message. What are the odds that at least one of them will be hostile? Is it worth taking the chance, or is it better to remain silent and unnoticed?
In Space, No One Can Give You a Speeding Ticket – Hyperspace / Warp drive
A scientist discovers hyperspace, a new kind of space where ordinary laws of physics are changed. In hyperspace, spaceships can travel faster than light. But the astronauts start to see strange beings outside their windows, and what looks suspiciously like souls in torment. Is hyperspace… hell?
Variation – Astronauts experimenting with newly-discovered hyperspace technology find that they can reach not just other planets, but also the afterlife. They can visit their dead friends and relatives. What happens when the astronauts try to bring someone back?
Astronauts discover that traveling through hyperspace has strange effects on the human body. Namely, it is the universe’s most powerful aphrodisiac.
Due to an oddity of physics, every trip through hyperspace causes the astronauts to lose IQ points.
In hyperspace, the ships can travel faster than the speed of light. However, traveling outside of normal spacetime has its risks. People age and grow younger, transform into strange creatures, or vanish, to reappear anywhere in the universe.
Colonists traveling through hyperspace end up in a parallel universe, where they face alternate versions of themselves.
The janitor at a scientific research company steals a prototype hyperdrive and installs it in his pickup truck.
A multi-planet corporation sponsors a faster-than-light race across the stars. After one man’s father dies in the race, he vows to come back next year and destroy the race forever… with a black hole.
The government tests a spacecraft equipped with a prototype warp drive, a device capable of bending time and space. Unfortunately, using the device creates space/time anomalies on the earth below: areas where time travels faster or slower than normal, areas where time travels in reverse, temporary portals to the other side of the universe, and even greater dangers.
Astronauts discover wormholes in space. The wormholes are powered by ancient alien machinery, and they allow earthlings to travel FTL for the first time. The wormholes are used by astronauts, space tourists, colonists to other worlds, millions of people. And then the aliens from the Space Travel Agency come to collect the bill.
Unable to develop their own FTL technology, earthlings must pay to use wormholes. The wormholes are owned by a lizard-like alien species that use earth’s money and resources to fund aggressive wars.
Human astronauts discover wormholes in space; use them to travel to distant planets. Unfortunately, the wormholes are literal worm holes. They are created by immense worms that eat holes in the space-time continuum.
A man reveals to his friends that he has a wormhole in his bedroom closet, but he’s afraid to see where it goes.
An alien planet, after running out of space for landfills, decides to use dispose of its garbage in a wormhole. Unfortunately, the other end of the wormhole is on earth.
Spelunkers discover a wormhole in a cave under Gary, Indiana. In order for the government to use it for space travel, they must destroy the city.
The government keeps an ancient sect of monks isolated from the modern world. Any time they need a wormhole to send a ship into space, they come to the monks and ask them to pray, and their god answers.
A young girl is born with the ability to open up holes in the space-time continuum. When a retired NASA astronaut discovers the girl’s hidden talent, he vows to kidnap the girl and use her abilities to get back into space once more.
In an attempt to travel to distant worlds, government scientists open up a wormhole. Unfortunately, before they can send a space probe through, something comes in from the other side: an alien immigrant. Soon, the planet is overrun with space aliens, some looking for work, some looking for a handout, and others just looking for a good time.
A pregnant couple decides that they want their little angel to look the part – a little genetic tampering gives them an infant with wings
After exploring the far reaches of the universe, humans discover very few earth-like planets. Scientists try to create new breeds of humans that can survive in inhospitable planets
Omicron Unlimited offers prospective parents an invaluable service: by genetically altering their embryos, the company can insure that their children will be intelligent, attractive, and healthy. Twenty years later, the genetically-altered children are ready to have children of their own. However, there is a problem: Omicron Unlimited owns their DNA. They have to purchase the right to reproduce.
A pregnant couple decides that they want their little angel to look the part – a little genetic tampering gives them an infant with wings
After exploring the far reaches of the universe, humans discover very few earth-like planets. Scientists try to create new breeds of humans that can survive in inhospitable planets
Omicron Unlimited offers prospective parents an invaluable service: by genetically altering their embryos, the company can insure that their children will be intelligent, attractive, and healthy. Twenty years later, the genetically-altered children are ready to have children of their own. However, there is a problem: Omicron Unlimited owns their DNA. They have to purchase the right to reproduce.
Omicron Unlimited engineers the children with self-destructing genes. They will die on their twenty-first birthdays, unless they pay for special medication. And, of course, the pills are very, very expensive…
A medical research company gives an extra boost of intelligence to monkeys, so they can work as servants to humans. Unfortunately, the new line of apes might be a little bit too smart…
A group of male scientists works secretly to genetically engineer a line of very beautiful but very unintelligent human females – When their plan is discovered and made public, they receive both support and condemnation.
The government, struggling to attract employees for low-level jobs, genetically engineers a new breed of human that are unable to feel boredom.
After years of protests by animal rights activists, a meat packing plant genetically engineers a new breed of pigs that slaughter themselves.
Genetic experiments with parrots lead to a dramatic increase in their intelligence. The parrots escape the lab and reproduce, becoming as common as sparrows. Eventually, suburbanites cannot leave the house without having insults and criticisms hurled at them from the trees.
A man clones his ex-wife over and over, the marriage failing each time
A woman cloning her children repeatedly, keeping them as small children forever
A lonely man clones himself, but switches the sex chromosomes to “XX”
In the future, celebrities have to jealously guard their DNA, lest they be cloned without their permission
Celebrities sell their DNA, so that childless couples could have babies cloned from the stars.
Scientists develop a way for humans to be nearly immortal. Older people have their minds loaded into younger clones of themselves. A husband and wife decide to sue after a technical glitch puts them in each other’s bodies
A dying woman is cloned and, when her clone finally turns twenty-one, her mind is loaded into the clone’s brain. Due to a computer glitch, the clone’s mind is not erased. Both minds are trapped together in the same body.
A man clones himself and his parents so he can relive his childhood
The latest celebrity scandal involves an A-list actor who was caught in bed with his own clone.
Frustrated with the way the government is run, a man clones himself enough times that his vote controls every election.
After taking part in a strange scientific experiment, a man develops the ability to reproduce asexually like a single-celled organism.
The government hires an assassin to kill a scientist who is working on dangerous experiments in genetic engineering. When the assassin arrives at the scientist’s lab, he discovers that the scientist has cloned himself dozens and dozens of times.
Afraid of being assassinated by terrorists, the President has himself cloned half a dozen times. He feels much safer at first, but then the clones decide that they want all the political power to themselves.
A woman finds her husband in bed with another woman. Oddly, the “other” woman is also her.
A geneticist asks his wife if she would ever consider a threesome. When she agrees, she discovers that the threesome is a little different than she had imagined…
A lab accident mixes a veterinarian’s DNA with that of a house cat. When her husband sees her for the first time, he is completely comfortable with her new appearance. Perhaps too comfortable…
After being exposed to toxic waste, a handyman sprouts a third arm. At first, the new appendage comes in handy and the man is rather pleased. But then, he sprouts a fourth arm… and a fifth… and a sixth…
Variation – Exposure to toxic waste leaves a musician with four extra arms. He gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “one man band.”
A mad scientist runs an unusual “dating service.” He kidnaps women from neighboring towns and transforms them into human/animal hybrids. These exotic creatures are sold to wealthy men looking for exotic mates. The business is a success until the scientist changes a beautiful martial arts expert into a half-leopard…
A strange mutation in human DNA leads to a new fatal disease: boredom. The instant humans grow tired of life, they die.
Before he can purchase medical insurance, a man is forced to undergo a detailed examination. The doctors discover that the man’s blood contains inactive DNA in microscopic “seeds.” The DNA for thousands of extinct animals is pulsing through his veins.
A planet where intelligent life evolved from insects. After sex, the women to eat their husbands. The wedding night is hell.
Humans are gradually replaced by highly-evolved squirrels
Earth sends a sleeper ship to a distant world. Sadly, the ship’s computer malfunctions, only reviving the tubes containing the passenger’s pets. Thousands of years later, the earth develops a faster-than-light spacecraft, sending new colonists into space. They discover that the new world is controlled by the decedents of the passengers’ pets, which have evolved into intelligent bipeds.
Variation – A sleeper ship heads off into space for a journey that will last eons. When the ship finally arrives at the new world, the passengers are awakened, and shocked to discover that 1. The ship left earth with a cargo hold full of cockroaches and 2. The cockroaches have evolved intelligence.
A newlywed couple buys what they think is their dream house. However, they soon discover that 1. Their house is infested with cockroaches, 2. Their house is located atop a toxic waste dump, and 3. The cockroaches are evolving.
A teenager refuses to invite any of his friends over to his house, and he won’t even tell them where he lives. After arguing about it all summer, one of his friends finds out why: his parents are cavemen.
In the Middle Ages, humans split off into two subspecies, one with wings, one without. The winged humans can attack bomb the castles of their enemies from the sky, far out of reach of the non-winged humans’ weapons.
Scientists construct the most powerful computer ever build to study human evolution. The computer runs a simulation of the human life on earth, allowing them to see how humans will evolve in the future. What they discover is so horrifying they decide that humanity must be exterminated for its own good.
An alien comes to earth with technology that, he claims, can dramatically increase the speed of human evolution. However, the technology creates a new kind of “generation gap,” psychically gifted children who think of their parents as backward cavemen.
A group of scientists and politicians believe that humanity is “de-evolving.” They believe that medical care and the ease of modern life has virtually eliminated “survival of the fittest.” In order to insure that only the strongest survive, they develop a plan: bring back the dinosaurs. Only those strong and smart enough to avoid being eaten will reproduce.
After years of being genetically altered by scientists, corn, beans, apples, and other crops evolve sentience – humans wonder “what are we supposed to eat now?”
The world is in dire straits after the latest batch of genetically engineered potatoes is discovered to be highly explosive.
A botanist’s experiments with Venus flytraps leads to disaster when the plants begin spreading like weeds, and growing large enough to eat a human being.
After dozens of volcanoes erupt in a single day, the sky is blotted out by volcanic ash. With no sunlight, the earth begins to freeze.
After years of being genetically altered by scientists, corn, beans, apples, and other crops evolve sentience – humans wonder “what are we supposed to eat now?”
The world is in dire straits after the latest batch of genetically engineered potatoes is discovered to be highly explosive.
A botanist’s experiments with Venus flytraps leads to disaster when the plants begin spreading like weeds, and growing large enough to eat a human being.
After dozens of volcanoes erupt in a single day, the sky is blotted out by volcanic ash. With no sunlight, the earth begins to freeze.
Scientists declare that they have solved the problem of hunger when they invent a highly nutritious, weed-like plant that can grow anywhere with no assistance from humans. The plant mutates, and grows faster and faster, covering the surface of the earth. Soon it reaches heights of fifty feet in a single night. Everyone has ample food, but getting around becomes impossible. Technology begins to deteriorate.
A land developer buys millions of acres of useless land: Antarctica. To make the land valuable, he constructs a gigantic, parabolic mirror to focus the sun’s rays to melt the ice. As Antarctica is freed from its frozen wastes, the rest of the world experiences floods of epic proportions. The rising seas threaten to turn Florida into the next Atlantis.
A gifted writer creates a best-selling novel called The Saddest Story. Anyone unlucky enough to read it commits suicide.
Earth’s communications satellites begin picking up an alien television station. The new programming is so spellbinding that people never leave their living rooms. Starvation becomes epidemic.
After the invention of robots called Perfect Mates, people begin to prefer the beautiful machines to flawed humans, and stop reproducing.
Billions of people have been abducted by aliens and forced to compete on a bizarre alien game show (or sports event) where the losers are disintegrated. After seven billion losers, the last twenty humans are abducted. Surviving the game show now means the survival of the human race.
A frustrated man working at a chemical weapons laboratory falls in love with a famous actress. Realizing that she would never consider him a worthy companion, he decides to take out his competition: every other male on earth.
The world’s governments switch to cashless economies, conducting business completely with digital “cash” transfers. All physical money, including bartering, is banned. Unfortunately, just a few years down the line, a computer glitch crashes the system, and ten billion people suddenly find themselves penniless. The resulting panic leads to widespread rioting, looting, arson, murder, and war.
A mutation in bacteria leads to a new sexually transmitted disease. As the disease progresses, the victim becomes more attractive, charming and amorous, until they finally die a horrendously painful death.
Astronauts returning to earth bring back a strange alien disease. The only symptom is ever-increasing euphoria, eventually leaving the victim so happy and content that they no longer feel any need to go to work, bathe, eat…
Scientists engineer a virus that dramatically increases human intelligence. Unfortunately, there is a side effect: obsessive paranoia. As people lose trust in each other, society begins to crumble.
A man named Gary comes down with a bad cold. In his job at a nuclear power plant, he is exposed to a strong dose of radiation which mutates the virus. Instead of injecting its own DNA into human cells, the cold virus injects copies of Gary’s DNA. Anyone who catches Gary’s cold is slowly transformed into his clone. The planet soon has an epidemic of Garyitis.
After a nuclear war, a small band of survivors lives together in a dilapidated shopping mall. After a few years, the survivors see something they thought no longer existed: a woman. The woman soon has thirty men fighting for her affections. She soon learns how easily manipulated lonely men can be.
After an alien invasion destroys the Earth, a handful of survivors find that a former NASA scientist is still alive. The man from NASA operated the most powerful telescope in the world and must have seen the aliens coming, but he chose not to warn anyone. When asked, he refuses to say why he didn’t give a warning, telling them they “just wouldn’t understand.” The survivors decide to torture him until he gives up his secret.
After all of humanity is killed in a nuclear war, only a handful of androids remain. They decide to recreate the human race via cloning. Unfortunately, they only have two usable samples of human DNA, one male, one female.
After a near-apocalypse, all historical records are lost. After the survivors rebuild, they make what they think is humanity’s first trip to the moon. They are shocked to discover a strange flag on the moon’s surface. The astronauts take the flag back to earth, and scientists try to interpret the meaning of its symbols. “Maybe the fifty stars represent the fifty different alien races in some sort of Interplanetary Alliance?”
After the destruction of nearly all life on Earth, the survivors decide to use all of their medical resources to make one of them immortal. This immortal survivor’s job will be to serve as a constant voice of warning, reminding humanity to never start another global war.
After a near-apocalyptic war, humanity is beginning to rebuild and reproduce. A team of archeologists is on the hunt for lost historical records, desperate to discover what caused humanity’s near-destruction. All that remains of the records is a single, handwritten journal, the journal of the last President. The information contained in the journal could allow humanity to learn from its mistakes and, thus, not repeat them. Or, if it fell into the wrong hands…
Aliens attack the earth with a bizarre weapon: the chronobomb. Entire cities are instantly transported into the past. A chronobomb strikes a college dormitory, transporting back to the Jurrasic. The coeds struggle to survive against dinosaurs, disease, and a murderous fraternity.
After the earth’s population is decimated by asteroids, the survivors reorganize into an anarchist society. They learn to grown their own crops, have a new Industrial Revolution, and eventually reinvent technology. After years of peace and prosperity, an archeologist discovers a dangerous artifact from the earth’s past: a book, The Beginner’s Guide to Politics.
After the earth’s population is decimated in a nuclear war, the survivors discuss how to begin again. The women decide that, as men were responsible for the war, they must never allow men to control anything ever again. The surviving men soon find themselves reduced to the level of family pets.
A global disaster destroys earth’s technology, reducing America to a nomadic, subsistence-level society. A man explores the ruins of a city, and stumbles upon what’s left of a highschool archery range. He gathers up the weapons, making his tribe the most powerful people in the world. They wage war against the other tribes, nearly unstoppable. A rival tribe finds the ruins of a museum, where they find a full-scale replica of a medieval catapult, now the most powerful weapon in the world. The conflict rages on, as the tribes engage in an archeological arms race.
An engineer who designs weapons for the government becomes terminally ill, and volunteers to have himself frozen until a cure can be found. He is revived thirty years later and healed. After a global war, the population of the world has gone from billions to a few hundred thousand. The engineer discovers that a team of archeologists is on their way to Washington, D.C. to search for lost historical records. He must stop the archeologists, lest they discover that he invented the weapons that destroyed the world.
But it’s the year 3,000 and our technology is far superior to theirs.
The aliens are alcoholics and are here to steal earth’s beer.
They land in the ocean and conquer the dolphins.
Aliens visit the earth, and the first person they encounter is a six-year-old girl. Due to a strange quirk of their culture, they decide that the girl is the rightful ruler of the world. After a brief war with earth’s military forces, the girl is put into power.
The aliens are made of water vapor, and humans don’t realize they’ve been invaded
But it’s the year 3,000 and our technology is far superior to theirs.
The aliens are alcoholics and are here to steal earth’s beer.
They land in the ocean and conquer the dolphins.
Aliens visit the earth, and the first person they encounter is a six-year-old girl. Due to a strange quirk of their culture, they decide that the girl is the rightful ruler of the world. After a brief war with earth’s military forces, the girl is put into power.
The aliens are made of water vapor, and humans don’t realize they’ve been invaded
The aliens are actually the government scaring people into obedience by faking an invasion
The alien warships are only an inch long. They are captured by small children like fireflies.
The aliens are made of chocolate and eaten by children.
The aliens take over, make people their pets, and nobody has to work again.
The aliens look like the Statue of Liberty; they see the Statue of Liberty and assume earth is already conquered.
Instead of killing humans, the aliens regress them mentally to infancy, re-raising them as part of their alien culture.
The aliens’ chief weapon, deadly to their species, does not have the same affect on humans – methane gas, water, bacon bombs, etc.
The aliens look an awful lot like the demons described in Revelation, and they say they were paid to attack earth by an entity called “God”.
Instead of using violence, the aliens focus on psychologically torturing earthlings.
The aliens look exactly like cell phones, and can imitate anyone’s voice
The aliens encounter a mentally ill homeless man who informs them that he owns the earth, and he is looking to sell.
The aliens have no weapons so, instead of outright war, they seed earth with the universe’s most deadly plant life.
The aliens have little in the way of weapons, so instead they take control of the earth’s telecommunications network in an attempt to make humanity too bored to fight back. Every radio, TV, computer, and cell phone broadcasts Mind-Numbing Entertainment 24 hours a day. Earth is left with nothing to watch but paint drying, grass growing, and aliens debating fiscal reform legislation.
The alien invaders easily defeat earth’s military forces. The aliens send a message to the President of the United States: “We are here for Larry Foote. Bring Larry to us, or we will destroy the earth.” The President’s response: “Who the hell is he?” Only Larry knows why an entire planet wants him dead.
The aliens want to conquer earth for what they consider its most valuable resource: Hollywood.
Variation – Aliens invade the earth, but are distracted from their mission when they are offered a movie deal.
The aliens look exactly like earth’s kittens, and the military is unable to kill any of them without losing popular support for the war. The adorable invaders struggle to have their threats of violence taken seriously.
Variation – The aliens look just like adorable five-year-olds, and their most dangerous weapon looks strangely like an earth lollypop.
The aliens destroy earth’s defenses, and then send alien foot soldiers to kill the survivors. The aliens evolved in dark caves and, thus, are completely blind. To avoid capture, the human survivors must be perfectly quiet.
The aliens don’t have any weapons, but they have billions and billions of lawyers.
When the earth is attacked by alien slave traders, one man has a plan to save the world: convince the aliens that humans would be worthless as slaves. (Because they’re too lazy, too dishonest, too violent, too sexually perverse…)
The aliens are sentient bushes, and they want to punish humanity for their cruelty to earth’s plant life: mowing lawns, pruning hedges, and plucking fruit from trees.
The aliens defeat the earth and begin breaking the planet into pieces. Each piece is teleported aboard a gigantic spaceship and flown away. Finally, only a tiny asteroid with a few hundred survivors is left. The earth’s last scientist announces that he has a plan to save what’s left of the world.
The aliens have little in the way of weapons, and they use their billions of soldiers as cannon fodder, attempting to defeat earth’s soldiers through sheer exhaustion.
Aliens contact the leaders of Earth and challenge them to a race to Alpha Centauri. If humanity wins, the aliens will give Earth the cure for all diseases. If humanity loses, the planet will be destroyed. Unfortunately, it’s 1969, and the aliens won’t take “no” for an answer.
Aliens head for Earth, intent on destroying humanity. To get there, they must travel through a long, starless section of the universe known as “blankspace.” By the time they pass through blankspace, they have completely lost their minds.
Aliens with psychic weapons are attacking the Earth. A scientist informs the President that he can make Earth’s soldiers immune to the attacks – by dramatically lowering their IQ’s.
They’re Already Here – A human is discovered to be an alien in disguise
He uses his alien powers to become earth’s greatest living magician.
He’s a crooked alien politician, banished for his failures on his own planet
Variation – he’s a failed alien messiah, hiding from his disillusioned followers
A shape-changing alien travels to earth to compete in beauty contests (with a very unfair advantage)
The alien left her planet because, on her world, blonde hair, large breasts and a small waist are considered hideous deformities
A man discovers his daughter is half-alien, his wife cheating on him with a Martian
He was forced to live on earth as part of an alien documentary TV show
He’s capturing children, shrinking them, and feeding them to his cat
He is actually a human disguised as an alien disguised as a human
After letting a stranger at a bar take her to bed, a woman becomes pregnant and has a beautiful baby girl. Nine months later, she begins to suspect that her baby’s father was not of this world, and she sets off in search of the alien bar fly.
An A-list movie star is discovered to be an alien, and his public relations team tries to “spin” the news.
A Baptist preacher is discovered to be an alien in disguise. The following Sunday, he has a new message for his congregation…
A woman’s car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Unable to get it repaired, she decides to buy a used car at a strange-looking car lot. Days later, she discovers that the salesman was actually an alien in disguise, and the car contains advanced, otherworldly technology.
Males from the alien’s planet look strikingly like earth females.
His alien physiology makes him a superior athlete, but if anyone discovers he is not human, he will be thrown off his team and arrested.
Alien Abduction – Aliens abduct a human, and…
They take the human back to their planet for testing – they want to discover how much pleasure a human can endure before going insane
They give him to their kids, who play with him like a doll
The aliens attempt to torture him psychologically, but they know almost nothing about human psychology.
They turn him into a living bomb.
They offer him a deal: if he will help them conquer the earth, they will alter his body, making him the world’s greatest athlete.
The human is a serial killer, and brutally murders the aliens.
They force him to be part of their breeding program, but they think he’s a girl
The human is a cult leader, and he converts the aliens to his bizarre “religion.”
The man discovers that his wife sold him to the aliens, in exchange for her own spacecraft.
Aliens abduct humans in groups of six. The six are told that they will return five of them to earth if one will volunteer to stay.
The human introduces the aliens to an old human pastime: gambling
The aliens switch the human’s brain with that of his dog’s.
The human is mentally ill, and speaks only in gibberish. The aliens struggle to communicate with him.
After the aliens abduct a human, they are immediately abducted by larger, more advanced aliens.
The aliens disassemble the human, and place his brain and eyes in a jar. The human’s brain watches as the aliens try to put his body back the way it was.
A disabled man is abducted by aliens. The aliens have achieved near mortality through cybernetics. Their bodies have been replaced with metal and wires. Only their brains remain flesh and blood. The aliens offer the man a choice: He can stay as he is, damaged but human, or be given a healthy, mechanical body that looks more machine than man.
A computer programmer spends all day, every day, alone in his tiny apartment. He works from home and orders food online, almost never leaving his chair. One night, a fire forces him to leave the building. As soon as he steps outside, he is abducted by aliens. The aliens take him to their zoo, where he will be held captive in an exact duplicate of his apartment. For the first time in his life, he misses the outside world.
Aliens abduct a woman, explaining that they are researchers looking for the cure to baldness. They perform some experiments on her and return her to earth. The woman goes home, wondering if anyone will believe her story. She goes to sleep and, the next morning, her hair has grown by twenty feet. Amazed, she realizes she can actually see her hair growing. Cutting it just makes it grow back faster and thicker.
Friendly aliens – Benevolent aliens visit the earth…
The aliens are from a water-covered planet, and when they see a toilet, they assume it’s a weapon
The aliens are missionaries for a bizarre alien religion, and earth’s scientists and political figures struggle to not make fun of them
And society is baffled by the first alien / human marriage
People go to special clubs to secretly, illegally have sex with aliens
Aliens think something besides humans is in charge (dogs, computers, cars, parking meters, etc).
They are hunted by the AAA (Annihilate Aliens Already), a redneck hate group
The aliens were forced to leave their own planet because of their bizarre sexual practices.
Friendly aliens visit the earth and attempt to join a fraternity. (Or sorority.) After the aliens go through “initiation,” they have their own hazing rituals to show the humans.
The government orders everyone to be nice to the alien visitors, or they’ll be arrested. Unfortunately, the aliens are the most stupidly annoying creatures in the universe. (Even worse than humans!)
The aliens see how well humans treat their pets, and try to get in on the deal.
The aliens land at a daycare center, and the frightened adults hide in the basement. The aliens have lots of questions about life on earth, but the only humans they have to ask are five years old.
An alien posing as God visits a human and tells him that he has been chosen to write the new Bible.
A man is visited by aliens who give him the ability to heal people with a touch. After helping hundreds of people, he is horrified to discover that his gift is actually a weapon.
Every time he heals a human, one of the aliens’ enemies is drained of lifeforce and dies.
First contact – A spaceship crashes on the earth…