The Smith’s Grove Sanitarium is a mental health institute and a detainment center for dangerous criminals. It was the location of treatment and incarceration of now-serial killer Michael Myers from November 1963 to October 30, 1978.
The M41A Pulse Rifle first entered service with the US military in 2171 and went on to become the standard-issue rifle of the US Colonial Marine Corps and US Army.
The USCSS Nostromo is a commercial towing vehicle — a Lockheed CM 88B Bison M-Class Starship — owned by the Weylan-Yutani Corporation and operated by a crew of seven. It tows a massive automated refinery between Thedus and Earth, processing the cargo of mineral ore on its long journey through deep space.
Nexus-6 replicants, androids designed for the exploration of deep space with a four-year life span, are banned from coming to earth after a group of them rebelled against their human leaders.
In this world, they can steal your mind, erase your memory, and give you another identity. But the most dangerous thing that can happen to you is… TOTAL RECALL.
The Voight-Kampff is a polygraph-like machine used by the LAPD’s Blade Runners to assist in the testing of an individual to see whether they are a replicant or not.
The Tyrell Corporation is a fictional corporation from the 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner. Tyrell: “More human than human” is our motto. Would you… like to be upgraded?
The Umbrella Corporation was a giant conglomerate which operated ruthlessly as a major international player in a number of markets; including pharmaceuticals and medical equipment along with top-secret operations utilizing genetic engineering and biological weaponry.
Zorg Industries is a corrupt mega-corporation based in 23rd century New York City that is run by it’s dangerous namesake owner Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg and an antagonistic faction in the 1997 sci-fi/action film The Fifth Element.
US Outpost 31 also known as “Station 4” is a research installation built by the United States of America located in Antarctica.