We only have 48 hours to save the world from Brett Piper’s Blob-monster!
Turn off your radio! Aliens are after our women!
Peter Jackson’s homemade splatter comedy debut. Demented fun
See Panic (1982)
Dark, grim and desaturated take on colorful psychedelic kids’ show. Bleah
If Feeders was the Polonia Brothers’ Independence Day, then this is Robot Jox…
Nanomachines, zombies and big, spiky alien wheels. All on a budget
A man accidentally receives a serial killer’s memories. Elegant Chinese thriller
Dolph Lundgren battles zombies with the help of Killer Robots. Really
Road Warrior hero battles a villain with a… (Don’t make me say it!)
The Batwoman (1968)
Early Mad Scientist film — from Mexico
The perfect heist, the perfect getaway…except for that darn spider-monster!
A monster movie made by a…TV Station in Kansas? Seriously
BEAST OF THE BERING SEA (2013)
See Bering Sea Beast
I feel so bad for poor Tor Johnson…
The Beautiful Dreamer (1952)
Before We Vanish (2017)
Tin Tan Mexican Caveman comedy
Computer games, mind control and Action movie nonsense
Earnest attempt to adapt the unadaptable. Kudos for trying.
Not so much a sequel as an unsuccessful parody
It’s a sequel
Moby Dick in Spaaaaace… Only not too bad
The Big Calamity (1976)
See Zhan shen
The kind of film Pixar used to make
Pleased to meet you, Meat to please you. Delightfully odd Canadian SF musical
Bigfoot Among Us (2004)
See Among Us
Legendary boys’ adventure hero and a time travelling TV dinner CEO!
Bloody Russian Time Travel film — with just a smidgen of Primer
Alex Cox takes on Harry Harrison. And loses
Routine Fred Olen Ray Cheapie with a totally off the fourth wall ending…
Giant Bugs, Brett Piper…and a huge statue of Godzilla?
Martin Gooch’s take on the post-Apocalyptic survival film
Ross MacDonald meets Jim Thompson. A Cyborg P.I. in future Oregon
Willis O’Brien’s giant scorpion movie. Lots of fun!
Something sinister, deadly and unseen, lurks in the sea. Lovecraftian horror
Incredible. Dazzling. Beautiful. Stylish. Intelligent. Classic. But very, very bleak.
Absurd post-Apocalyptic Super 8 nonsense. Great fun!
Near classic Jackie Chan Sci Fi nonsense! More fun than a barrel of stuntmen!
Gruesome 80s remake. As good (or better) than the Classic
The Block (1985)
Stranded in space, running out of food, and caught in a sinister conspiracy
Blood Camp Thatcher (1982)
See Turkey Shoot
Wild and weird almost-a-feature music video. But not much else
Science can save the world — by making vampires!
The Polonia Brothers’ Spaghetti Sci Fi film
BLOOD TYPE: BLUE (1978)
See Burû Kurisumasu
BLUE CHRISTMAS (1978)
See Burû Kurisumasu
There are no blue monkeys in this film. Just really, really big bugs…
Blue Steel (1987)
Fast, breezy and silly Warner Brothers Invisibility comedy
That body in the web is memorable. But it’s mostly about pretty girls
The Body Snatcher (1957)
Goofy screwball comedy. With Boris Karloff. And mad scientist interruptions
Bloody John McNaughton Alien-on-the-run film. But the dog is way too much
Lawrence Olivier, Gregory Peck and James Mason. Greatest “B” Movie ever!
Donovan’s Brain meets Edgar Wallace
Evil Alien Brain tries to control the world – using television
An evil alien brain takes over John Agar!
Routine 50s Sci Fi. But at least it has Leonard Nimoy
Colorful Giant Robot movie. All set up, but Tokusatsu-riffic!
“Evil Has Found Its Superhero.” But the wasp thing is more interesting
Elegant Nouvelle Vague Science Fiction short — but not the one you’re thinking
Ghostbusters-style exterminators vs. mutant bugs, with lots of exposition
Elegant, if arty, Enki Bilal science fiction film
Mad Max ripoff? Punk Rock Concert Film? No, something stranger than that
Dark story about government conspiracies, UFOs and people with blue blood
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