Both have that real experience of science fiction in the feeling of traditional science fiction. I have not investigated it yet though I did find a couple of of the first “Mars Attacks” cards and several had bug armies on them.
Then again, I came to the realization the videos may be the rifles and power packs had been shooting favorite plasma costs. The trooper films in the own personal opinion of mine were movies that are great in the traditional alien fiction sense and the traditional fiction sense is exactly what I really love. Not the 1930’s or perhaps 1940’s alien fiction though the alien fiction made in the 1950’s as well as 1960’s era. I have seen all. I have not seen them in a few of many years and could enjoy them once again.
I also enjoyed the 2005 alien fiction film “War Of the Worlds” that’s based on Martians assembling 3 legged fighting models equipped with high heat rays from the 1890’s set in a modern day environment.
Sharknado is actually common in some sectors of animals fiction watchers and I watched the very first movie but simply saw it as corny amusement.
There’s a big group of zombie lovers probably the goth crowd.
I have seen numerous science fiction films of all kinds which were built nicely and played very well in the type of theirs of science fiction good sense. The “Mars Attacks” along with “Star Ship Troopers” films are actually by far the favorites of mine though &amp; well played.
Can there be bug planets someplace out in the universe? Huge 3 legged models popping out of the planet with a slimy eco-friendly being running them? Not out of the practical realm thousand years from now.