Everyone loves a dramatic death scene, but do sci-fi movies always get it right? Check out this Unveiled video, to find out –
What a way to go! For this list, we’re looking at the most painful, bizarre, and unusual deaths in sci-fi flicks. Naturally, our list includes death scenes from “Blade Runner” (1982), “Timecop” (1994), “Scanners” (1981), “The Thing” (1982), and the “Starship Troopers” franchise (1997-)! What do YOU think is the worst way to die in a science fiction movie? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Love science fiction, but want a bit more science? Check out Unveiled for more incredible answers to extraordinary questions!

  2. For some reason or another, I remembered the pool death of final destination four… It’s probably not SciFi but it was f up.

  3. You missed a chance to show #1 in a different film. The “chestburster scene” was replicated in Spaceballs, with John Hurt once again as the victim. His last words: “Oh no, not again.”

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