[Welcome to the Sci-Fi Lunch Break, where we'll be occasionally supplying you with a cool bit of audio/visual goodness to break up the monotony of the work day. You bring the turkey on rye, we'll bring you something out of this world to watch while you eat it.]
It's always fun to peek back into the developmental stages of a filmmakers career to see how they got their start. Take James Cameron, for example, and his first short film, Xenogenesis. Today he's known for large scale, sci-fi heavy action films involving robots and aliens and more special effects than you can shake a harddrive at. But what kind of films did he want to make when he barely knew how to turn a camera on?
Well, turns out he was still into sci-fi and robots and special effects and people controlling robots to fight. I guess some things never do change.