by Michael Adams on rottentomatoes.com

For critics, Pandorum has been like an alien in the ventilation shafts – it’s on the radar, heading towards them, but they just can’t see it, no matter how hard they try. The glimpses from the trailer make it look, well, familiar, which got us to thinking about some of the of the movie’s precursors, those examples – both in the very best and worst sense – of the sci-fi/horror sub-genre we like to call… “Stalked on the spacecraft!”

It! Terror From Beyond Space (1958)

Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965)

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Solaris (1972)

Dark Star (1974)

Alien (1979)

Galaxina (1980)

Creature (1984)

Event Horizon (1997)

Sunshine (2007)

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I loved ‘Alien’ and ‘Event Horzion’ (for it’s being stupid) and – of course – Stanley Kubricks ‘2001’. But I’m also not sure if ‘Pandorum’ can catch up with them or will become one of the ‘funny’ space-movies. What do you think of this films? What’s your favorite space-movie?