BBC 4 remake of the classic serial. Too short, a bit rushed, but still interesting
South Korean King Kong rip off
Love, betrayal, commandos, an endless energy supply, and the end of the world
Classic Hammer Horror film, written by the legendary Nigel Kneale
Offended by this movie? It’ll probably beat you up for your lunch money
Dune. On the Cheap. Only not that good.
“Children’s” film by the creator of Tetuo: The Iron Man. With Robot Vampires
Eddie Murphy on the Moon
Stylish and weird
Wondrously goofy British SF horror comedy
Not “Covenant.” Asylum mockbuster with flying dragons…I mean “aliens”
Nihilistic Mad Scientist film, pretending to be a monster movie
Don’t let the title fool you: there isn’t an alien in sight
Don Dohler’s first Cinemagic film – complete with lots of monsters
Decent sequel, but despite the polish, it just doesn’t have the same passion
Is it a ripoff of The Abyss if your divers are only exploring a pond?
Yokels fight an alien in a junkyard. That’s about it
Made for video and it won’t let you forget that.
Amiable ensemble comedy about chasing your dreams. And Flying Saucers…
Quinn Martin’s second attempt at an alien invasion series. Meh
Amazing. They almost make sense of Divergent‘s faction system
Five characters, a train station and a deadly microorganism from Mars
Joshua Kennedy takes on Charlton Heston. And lives through it
A man bounces back and forth between several different lives
Bittersweet Russian SF fairy-tale
Cosmonauts encounter something truly alien on a distant planet
High Concept SF action film
Elegant silent film, reminiscent of the great German Expressionists
Elegant SF mystery involving wormholes, memory loss and becoming very rich
Brett Piper, giant spiders, stop motion animation…Where’s the popcorn?
Soldiers vs. big spiders
Beautiful alien contact movie. But…
Lovely steampunk animated film, designed by Jacques Tardi
Mysterious goings-on on Titan. Which just happens to resemble Solaris
Aliens use classic Universal Monsters to conquer Earth!
When will people learn that Ed Wood didn’t try to make bad movies?
Christopher Mihm’s Alien Plant turns moon base crew into plant zombies
Giant Kaiju Eiga Zombies! Wild battles! Soldiers zipping around in mid-air!
Post-Apocalyptic robot war. But the liner notes are better than the movie
Live action Mamoru Oshii movie – set in a videogame
More of the same
Wacky Russian children’s Time-traveling SF movie.
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