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Digg has put together a super-cut of some of the most well-known movie extraterrestrials in ‘The History of Aliens on Film’, with Radiohead’s “Subterranean Homesick Alien” as the soundtrack:

From their earliest cinematic appearance in Georges Méliès’s “A Trip to the Moon” in 1902, our conception of life beyond Earth has changed to reflect our hopes and fears, the technology we’ve mastered, and our growing knowledge of the universe. Watch our depictions of extraterrestrial life change over nearly 100 films and 112 years.

Would have been nice if some of the cuts were a bit longer…bit hard to keep up at times. Any of your favourites not in there?

I enjoyed noting that some of the depictions matched reasonably closely with this half-facetious ‘History of Science Fiction’ graphic (posted by @neverjessie):