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Abraxas: Guardian of the Universe (1991)
An evil alien impregnates an Earth woman, resulting in a child with magical powers. A good alien (wrestler Jesse 'The Body' Ventura) protects the boy from harm in this 'Terminator' clone from Canada. Also with Jim Belushi and Sven Ole-Thorsen.

The Amazing Transparent Man (1959)
Strange tale of a scientist who breaks a career criminal (Douglas Kennedy) out of prison and turns him invisible. Ordered to steal radioactive materials for the doctor's experiments, the transparent crook prefers pulling bank jobs for himself. Also with Marguerite Chapman ('Flight to Mars').

Assignment Outer Space (1962)
Color sci-fi film about a race to save the Earth from an invisible force. With Archie Savage and Gabriella Farinon. Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.

The Astounding She Monster (1957)
Kidnappers holding a society woman hostage in the woods are confronted by a beautiful alien (Shirley Kilpatrick) who kills with her deadly touch. Also with Robert Clarke and Kenne Duncan.

Atom Age Vampire (1961)
Mario Bava produced this perrenial favorite about a disfigured singer (Susanne Loret) and a mad doctor's attempt to restore her beauty. The doctor, who periodically turns into a reptile, injects her with a serum made from the glands of his murder victims - causing her to become a vampire. With Alberto Lupo.

The Atomic Brain (1964) a.k.a. Monstrosity
A wealthy but aging woman (Marjorie Eaton) hires scientist Frank Gerstle to place her brain in the body of a young, attractive woman. The doctor kidnaps three beauties to experiment on, and two of them become murderous zombies. He puts a cat brain (!) in the third woman's skull and she turns into a deadly feline. Must be seen to be believed.

The Atomic Man (1955) a.k.a. Timeslip
Reporters Faith Domergue and Gene Nelson discover that a mysterious scientist can see seven seconds into the future. Unfortunately, crooks kidnap him for use in their criminal schemes.

Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959)
Swamp creatures with a taste for human flesh populate this sci-fi release from Roger Corman's brother Gene. Starring Bruno Ve Sota and the always sexy Yvette Vickers (Playboy's Miss July, 1959) as his trampy wife. Yvette spends much of the movie driving Bruno nuts as she tauntingly applies lotion to her shapely legs, rebuffs his attempts at affection, flirts with customers and carries on an illicit affair with his best friend.

Battle Beyond the Sun (1963)
Roger Corman bought a soviet space film called 'Niebo Zowiet' (about communists fighting capaitalists for the conquest of space), then hired Francis Ford Coppola to rework it for American audiences. The result is 'Battle Beyond the Sun,' a film most often remembered for it's monsters resembling male and female genitalia.

Battle of the Worlds (1961) a.k.a. Planet of the Lifeless Men
Seventy-two year old Claude Rains (The Invisible Man) stars in this Italian sci-fi thriller about a planetoid on a collision course with the Earth. Also with Bill Carter and Maya Brent.

The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (1953)
A cool-looking prehistoric monster is thawed out by an atomic blast and runs amok in New York City. Featuring Lee Van Cleef, Paul Christian and great special effects by Ray Harryhausen. From a story by Ray Bradbury.

Beyond the Time Barrier (1959)
Robert Clarke stars as a jet pilot who accidently flies into the future and sees the world of the 21st century. Turns out it looks a lot like the 1959 Texas State Fair, where this was shot by cult director Edgar G. Ulmer. Darlene Thompkins co-stars as a beautiful mute befriended by Clarke. The great climax features a bunch of demented bald guys tackling the mini-skirted women who inhabit an underground citadel.

The Black Scorpion (1957)
While investigating a volcano in Mexico, geologist Richard Denning discovers a nest of monstrous scorpions.

The Brain from Planet Arous (1958)
An alien life form takes over the brain of a nuclear scientist (John Agar) in this wonderfully bad sci-fi thriller. Also with Robert Fuller and Joyce Meadows.

Cat Women of the Moon (1953) a.k.a. Rocket to the Moon
Sonny Tufts leads an expidition to the Moon and discovers that it's inhabited by attractive young women in black tights. Legendary for its' awfulness, the film co-stars Marie Windsor, Victor Jory and the Hollywood Cover Girls.

Cosmic Monsters (1958)
An environmental accident releases a group of giant insects bent on the destruction of Earth. With Forrest Tucker.

Crash of Moons (1954)
Feature based on the popular Rocky Jones Space Ranger show of the 1950s. Starring Richard Crane, Scotty Beckett and Sally Mansfield.

The Crawling Eye (1958)
Forrest Tucker and the lovely Janet Munro star in this strange story of a deadly radioactive cloud.

The Crawling Hand (1963)
A student turns into a deranged killer after being possessed by the severed hand of an astronaut killed in space. Starring Peter Breck, Allison Hayes and a pre-'Gilligan' Alan Hale, Jr.

Creation of the Humanoids (1962)
Color sci-fi concerning a scientists attempt to fuse man and machine after WWIII. Acted with deadly seriousness, this film features the last motion picture appearance of Dudley Manlove, who will be forever remembered as the inept, indignant alien 'conqueror' in 'Plan Nine From Outer Space.' Also starring Erica Elliot.

Creature of Destruction (1967)
A hypnotist (Les Tremayne) and his beautiful assistant use a strange and deadly monster to predict the future.

Day of the Triffids (1963)
A cosmic event blinds all who see it, and turns plantlife into giant maneaters. From the classic story by John Wyndham. With Howard Keel, Nicole Maurey and Keiron Moore.

The Day the Sky Exploded (1958)
Italian sci-fi drama about an exploding missile and the deadly damage it causes to the people of Earth.

Deadly Harvest (1976)
A farmer struggles to hold his life and family together during the worst drought in Earth's history. Starring Clint Walker, Kim Cattrall and Nehemiah Persoff.

Deadly Ray from Mars (1938)
Feature version of the serial 'Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars.' Starring Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, Charles Middleton, Frank Shannon, Donald Kerr and Beatrice Roberts.

Destination Moon (1950)
This tale of a lunar journey came almost twenty years before the actual event and got many details correct. Entertaining feature includes an appearance by Woody Woodpecker - a 'star' recruited to help explain space flight to a group of VIPs.

Devil Girl from Mars (1954)
Pouty, leather clad alien Patricia Laffa journeys to Earth (accompanied by the obligatory robot) to bring back men for breeding purposes. Also with Hazel Court and Adrienne Corri.

Dimension 5 (1966)
Sci-fi espionage adventure starring Jeffrey Hunter as a super secret agent whose gadgets include a time travel belt. Also with Harold Sakata, Deanna Lund and France Nuyen.

Dinosaurus! (1960)
A caveman and two prehistoric monsters come to life after being unearthed by an island blast. With Ward Ramsey. Shot by Stanley Cortez.

The Doomsday Machine (1967)
Grant Williams, Denny (Tongo the ApeMan) Miller and Mala Powers star in this weird end-of-the world picture. A Venusian expedition witnesses the destruction of Earth in the year 1975!

Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)
Starring Peter Cushing as Dr. Who, seen here battling the evil Daleks with the help of his daughters.

The Electronic Monster (1960)
While investigating the mysterious death of a sexy film star, an insurance investigator discovers a strange 'retreat' where people are hypnotized and stored in drawers! One of the first films to deal with brainwashing and mind control. Starring Rod Cameron and Mary Murphy.

Embryo (1976)
a.k.a. Created to KillHorror and death result when a woman and a dog are grown outside of the womb. Starring Rock Hudson and Diane Ladd.

The Eye Creatures (1965)
Teenagers John Ashley and Cynthia Hull try to stop an alien plot to take over Earth in this Larry Buchannan opus.

Fantastic Planet (1973) La Planete Sauvage
Terrific animated sci-fi film from Europe about a race of giant beings (the 'Draggs') who keep the smaller 'Om' people as pets. Interesting social commentary and award winning animation have made this a midnight show favorite since the 'seventies. Voices include Barry Bostwick, Hal Smith, Janet Waldo and Olan Soule.

First Man Into Space (1959)
Marshall Thompson (TV's 'Daktari') stars in this well made film about an astronaut who returns from space with a blood-craving alien organism inside his body. A British production with quite a few good shocks. Co-starring Marla Landi.

First Spaceship on Venus (1960)
Acclaimed science fiction film about a team of multi-national astronauts who discover a mysterious dead civilization when they land on the planet Venus. An anti-nuclear statement based on the novel 'Planet of Death.'

The Flesh Eaters (1963)
A mad scientist (Martin Koslek) on an isolated island creates a strain of bacteria that feeds on human flesh - bad news for a group of people who become shipwrecked with him. Co-starring Rita Morley as a buxom but beligerent film queen - and don't miss the opening cutie in (and out of) her swim suit.

Flight to Mars (1951)
An expedition to Earth's neighbor finds the inhabitants not-so-neighbrly. Engaging film stars Cameron Mitchell, Marguerite Chapman and Arthur Franz.

The Flying Saucer (1950)
Espionage in the frozen north, and at the center - a mysterious flying saucer. This early UFO picture stars Mikel Conrad and Denver Pyle.

Four Sided Triangle (1953)
a.k.a. The Monster and the Woman
Two scientists are both in love with luscious Barbara Payton (you will be too when you see her), but she only likes one of the men. They duplicate her in the laboratory, but both Barbaras go for the same guy! Directed by Terence Fisher who later helmed 'Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace' and dozens of Hammer horror films.

Future Women (1975)
A beautiful woman plots to take over the world with her sexy all-woman army. George Sanders and Shirley Eaton star in this bizarre Jess Franco film.

Giant Gila Monster (1959)
A huge reptile invades a small Texas town, destroying everything in its' path. With Lisa Simone (Miss France, 1959). Produced by Ken 'Festus' Curtis and directed by Ray Kellogg (John Wayne's co-director on 'The Green Berets').

Hands of Steel (1986)
a.k.a. Atomic Cyborg
A renegade robot is hunted down by a soldier of fortune. Set in the future (1997!) and starring John Saxon, Janet Agren and Daniel Green.

The Head (1959)
French star Michel Simon ('Panique') slums in this lurid film, which amounts to the German version of 'The Brain That Wouldn't Die.' Scientist Horst Frank is a scientist who grafts the body of a stripper onto another woman, then immediately starts hitting on her!

Hideous Sun Demon (1959) a.k.a. Blood on His Lips, The Sun Demon, Terror from the Sun
Robert Clarke produced, directed and starred in this wild story of a man who turns into a scaly reptile when his skin is exposed to sunlight. Nan Peterson co-stars as a sexy lounge singer who momentarily falls for him. A TV favorite throughout the 1960s.

The Hooker Cult Murders (1973) a.k.a. The Pyx
When a call girl (Karen Black) is murdered, cop Christopher Plummer investigates and finds a satanic cult. Nice blend of horror, sci-fi and mystery.

Horror and Science Fiction Prevues VOLUME 1
'Creature from the Black Lagoon,' 'Night of the Living Dead,' ,Flash Gordon,' 'Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman,' 'Dracula,' 'King Kong' and many more.

Horror and Science Fiction Prevues VOLUME 2
'Forbidden Planet,' 'Them,' 'Things to Come,' 'War of the Worlds,' 'The Voyage of Sinbad' and many more.

Horror and Science Fiction Prevues VOLUME 3
'Horrors of the Black Museum,' 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' 'The Omen,' 'Carrie,' 'Dracula - Prince of Darkness' and many more.

Invaders from Mars (1953)
A young boy witnesses an alien invasion but can't get the grown-ups to believe him. The lad is further frustrated when he sees the minds of everyone around him (including his parents) taken over by the conquering Martians. A classic film with many memorable scenes.

Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962)
If you watched TV in the 1960s, chances are you saw this weird story of two inept soldiers who get run up against a bevy of sexy Amazon invaders. Directed by Bruno VeSota (he also makes a brief appearance) and starring Robert Ball and Frankie Ray.

Journey Beneath the Desert (1961)
Edgar G. Ulmer's adaptation of 'L'Atlantide.' A desert storm forces a helicopter to land near a nuclear test site. The occupants learn of the existance of a secret cave nearby, which turns out to be an entrance to the lost world of Atlantis. Starring Haya Harareet and Jean-Louis Trintgnant.

Journey to the Center of Time (1967)
A team of time travelers are transported into the future where they find aliens attacking the Earth. Their escape traps them in the prehistoric era (their time machine loses its' power supply) where they are threatened by dinosaurs. Starring Scott Brady, Anthony Eisley and Lyle Waggoner.

Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962)
An international expedition to Uranus encounters an alien with deadly mental powers. The creature conjures up imagery based on the crew members' innermost thoughts (including girlfriends they still lust after!) in an effort to fool them. Starring John Agar.

The Keeper (1975)
A madman uses hypnotism in his attempt at world domination. Starring Christopher Lee and Sally Gray.

Killers From Space (1954)
Produced and directed by Billy Wilder's brother Lee, this is an incredible movie about bulging-eyed monsters and their attempt to take over Earth. It's up to Peter Graves - as a nuclear scientist - to save the day. Also with James Seay.

The Killer Shrews (1959)
James Best and Ken Curtis ('Festus' from TV's 'Gunsmoke') star in this story of a pack of giant, man-eating rodents terrorizing the local populace.

King Dinosaur (1955)
Cheap sci-fi drama/romance from Bert I. Gordon ('Tormented,' 'The Amazing Colossal Man'). Bill Burant and a team of scientists land on the planet Nova where they encounter various giant reptiles and other dangers.

La Jetee (1963)
This unique and stunning French sci-fi short inspired Terry Gilliam's '12 Monkeys.'

The Last Dinosaur (1977)
Richard Boone and Joan Van Ark star in this engaging fantasy about a tycoon who intends to hunt a recently discovered Tyrannosaurus.

Last Woman on Earth (1960)
An end-of-the world epic starring Betsy Jones-Moreland in the title role. One of the men battling for her attentions is screenwriter/actor Ed Wain (Robert Towne), who later gained fame with hits such as 'Shampoo,' 'The Last Detail' and 'Chinatown.'

The Lost Continent (1951)
A rocket ship crashes on a strange island ruled by living dinosaurs. Great cast includes Cesar Romero, Hilary Brooke, Chick Chandler, John Hoyt, Acquanetta, Sid Melton, Whit Bissell and Hugh Beaumont.

The Love Factor (1969) a.k.a. Zeta One
Scottish actor James Robertson Justice ('Moby Dick') hit rock bottom in this exploitation epic about topless alien women with a plan to conquer Earth. Loaded with bare breasts and outlandish costumes. 'A bedroom romp thru time and space!' Rated R.

Mars Needs Women (1966)
The title says it all. Tommy Kirk leads his fellow Martians on an interplanetary quest for females. Yvonne 'Batgirl' Craig is a scientist chosen by the invaders.

Mesa of Lost Women (1952)
Jackie 'Uncle Fester' Coogan appears as a demented scientist who has created a giant spider and a race of super women in his mountain lair.

Missle to the Moon (1958)
Incredible remake of 'Cat Women of the Moon' stars Richard Travis and Gary Clarke. Astronauts exploring the lunar surface find a horde of beautiful, aggressive women (played by international beauty pageant winners) and a really fake-looking giant spider. With Cathy Downs, K. T. Stevens and Lisa Simone. A favorite of the 'bad film' crowd.

The Monitors (1969)
Second City's wild sci-fi spoof about a group of aliens who keep an eye on Earth so as to keep its inhabitants out of trouble. Starring Guy Stockwell, Susan Oliver, Avery Schreiber, Larry Storch, Ed Begley, Keenan Wynn, Alan Arkin, Xavier Cugat, Stubby Kaye, Jackie Vernon and Senator Everett Dirksen.

The Monolith Monsters (1957)
Geologist Grant Williams discovers that meteorites that have fallen in the desert southwest are turning into deadly crystals that fatally absorb silicon from humans. Also with Lola Albright, Les Tremayne and William Schalert.

Nude in His Pocket (1962) a.k.a. Girl in His Pocket
Jean Marais stars as a scientist who stumbles on a formula with the ability to shrink living beings. To avoid being caught by the professor's jealous fiancee, the prof's pretty lab assistant drinks the formula and hides out in his pocket.

Phantom from Space (1953)
Another low budget effort from Billy Wilder's brother Lee. This one is about an invisible alien who lands on Earth and begins killing people. With James Seay.

Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (1956)
Horror/sci-fi from Samuel Z. Arkoff and James H. Nicholson (one of their first efforts) is the story of a man-eating sea monster. With Kent Taylor and Cathy Downs ('The Flaming Urge').

The Phantom Planet (1961)
'See a six foot astronaut shrink to six inches before your very eyes! The moon maidens! The attack of the Fire People!' With Coleen Gray, Ackerman in a bit part. 'A new high in blood-chilling terror!' Well, sort of.

Planet of Dinosaurs (1978)
A group of space travelers are forced down on a hostile planet, and their attempt to colonize this new world is threatened by giant prehistoric reptiles. Starring James Whitmore and Pamela Bottaro. Nice stop-motion effects.

Planet of Storms (1962) Planetera Burg
Classic Soviet space film about Cosmonauts exploring the deadly surface of Venus. You've seen the footage used in many lesser productions, now's your chance to enjoy this fine film as it was originally produced. With English sub-titles.

Quatermass and the Pit (1958-59) Tape One
Engrossing adaptation of the six-part BBC serial. Starring Andre Morell, Sec Linder, Anthony Bushnell, John Stratton and Christine Finn. Includes 'The Halfmen,' 'The Ghosts,' 'Imps and Demons,' 'The Enchanted,' 'The Wild Hunt' and 'Hob.'

Quatermass and the Pit (1958-59) Tape Two

Quatermass 2 (1957) a.k.a. Enemy From Space
This outstanding Val Guest production has been chilling audiences for years. Dr. Quatermass (Brian Donlevy) tries to stop an insidious alien takeover. Also with Vera Day and Michael Ripper.

The Resurection of Zachary Wheeler (1971)
Fascinating sci-fi drama about a mysterious, secret medical operation and the newsman who tries to uncover the strange facts involved. Starring Angie Dickenson, James Daly, Jack Carter, Leslie Neilsen and Bradford Dillman.

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
Legendary awful sci-fi fantasy features a young Pia Zodora.

She (1935)
Stupendous adventure fantasy about an expedition that seeks an all-powerful female who has the secret of eternal life. Starring Randolph Scott, Helen Gahagan and Nigel Bruce. Specify 1935 version.

Spaceship to the Unknown (1936)
Feature version of the serial 'Flash Gordon.' Starring Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, Frank Shannon and Charles Middleton.

Star Odyssey (1977)
When Earth is threatened by an evil alien dictator, a fleet of warships is dispatched to do battle. With Sharon Baker.

Stranger from Venus (1954) a.k.a. The Immediate Disaster
Patricia Neal befriends an alien who has come to Earth to warn its' inhabitants of their errant ways. Sound familiar? It amounts to another version of 'The Day the Earth Stood Still' - which also featured Neal. Co-starring Derek Bond and Arthur Young.

Teenage Monster (1958)
a.k.a. The Meteor Monster
When cosmic rays from a meteor turn a normal teen into a hideous monster, his Mom (Anne Gwynne) tries to keep the authorities from killing him.

Teenagers From Outer Space (1959)
Low budget tale of interplanetary juvenile delinquents who turn defenseless Earthlings into skeletons seems to make most 'bad film' lists.

Terror from the Year 5,000 (1958)
An alien comes to Earth, hypnotizes a man from the present and transports him to the future to repopluate the world. Starring Salome Jens (her film debut), Ward Costello and Joyce Holden.

They're Coming to Get Us!
Two hours of sci-fi prevues from the 1950s and 1960s.

Things to Come (1936)
Landmark sci-fi drama about a bleak futuristic society. Adapted from H.G. Wells and starring Raymond Massey, Cedrick Hardwicke, Ann Todd and Ralph Richardson.

This is Not a Test (1962)
Cold war thriller about the panic preceeding a nuclear attack. Starring Seamon Glass (one of the hillbillies in 'Deliverance') and Mary Morlas.

Unknown Island (1948)
A group of scientists hunt for prehistoric monsters on a mysterious island. Starring Virginia Grey, Phillip Reed, Barton MacLane and Richard Denning.

Unknown World (1951)
Scientist Victor Killian drills through the Earth with a special vehicle. Interesting sci-fi drama filled at Carlsbad Caverns.

The Unnatural (1952)
Creepy German film about a scientist (Erich von Stroheim) who uses artificial insemination to create a woman (Hildegarde Neff). Tragedy results since the soulless creature was 'born outside the laws of God and man.'

Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965)
Astronauts encounter danger on the planet Venus. Starring Basil Rathbone and Faith Domergue, utilizing footage from the Soviet space epic 'Planetera Burg.'

The War Game (1965)
The aftermath of a devastating nuclear attack, as seen through the eyes of a group of small town residents who live through it. A chilling UK production with Michael Aspel and Peter Graham.

Warriors of the Wasteland (1982)
a.k.a. The New Barbarians
After the nuclear holocaust, two mercenaries find themselves aiding a group of nomads from an evil, maraudering biker gang. Starring Fred Williamson and Andrea Coppola.

The Wasp Woman (1959)
A cosmetic queen (Susan Cabot) uses a special bee-derived salve to prevent aging, not anticipating the hideous side effects. Also with Anthony Eisley. Produced and directed by Roger Corman.

Where Have All the People Gone? (1974)
Peter Graves and his family are among the few survivors after a radioactive holocost. Also with Verna Bloom and George O'Hanlon, Jr.

Wild World of Batwoman (1966)
a.k.a. She Was a Hippy Vampire
Sexy Katherine Victor plays 'Batwoman,' a low-rent superhero involved in an atomic bomb plot. Director Jerry Warren's last film (he was sued by the owners of 'Batman'). Music by the Young Giants.

Wizard of Mars (1964)
Astronauts land on Mars, only to discover an Oz-like world ruled by wizard John Carradine. Also with Roger Gentry and Vic McGee.

Woman in the Moon (1929) Frau im Mond
An international gold consortium finances the building of a three-stage rocket for a journey to the moon. On board are scientists, a beautiful astronomy student, a consortium representative and a young stowaway. Silent, directed by Fritz Lang.

The Yesterday Machine (1963)
Aging western star Tim Holt appears in this independent feature about a Nazi scientist who invents a time machine so he can go back and change the course of WWII. Not a bad film, really.

Yog, Monster from Outer Space (1970)
a.k.a. Space Amoeba
Giant monsters run amok in this Japanese sci-fi/horror film. Starring Akira Kubo and Yukiko Nakamori.

Zontar, the Thing From Venus (1966)
A bat-like alien takes control of scientist John Agar and uses him in an evil plot to destroy the Earth. Unintentional hilarity from director Larry Buchanan ('Mars Needs Women').


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