Great Job, Internet!: This video chronicles the history of aliens in cinema

Since George Méliès shot a bunch of people to the moon in 1902’s A Trip To The Moon, cinema has been used to show how people conceive of extraterrestrials. These depictions have changed over time depending on current moods, societal fears and hopes, and abilities of special effects departments. Digg put together a video, edited by Adam Schleichkorn and Bryan Menegus, that charts these changes through the years.

Accompanied by Radiohead’s “Subterranean Homesick Alien,” the...

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