CAGE OF DOOM (1958)
Perhaps the best Lovecraft movie ever made.
Two player Mind you-know-what, with Malcolm McDowell. Near perfect
One of the best Blob movies ever made!
Poor Steve, his party flopped: no crowds, no photo ops, those alien mutants…
Dull, dreary and cheap. And no gorillas in diving helmets
A movie serial based on a TV Show? Ray guns, robots and even flying disks
Dead cheap and very familiar. Still it’s not that bad…
The alien occupation, year ten. Complex political thriller
John Carradine turns Ray “Crash” Corrigan into a beautiful woman. Sorta
“Lost” fifties post-Apocalyptic thriller.
Most insane mad scientist plan. Ever. And in a Jurassic Park clone
Dinosaurs loose in your secret lab? Send in the extreme…Electricians?
The third one. Not much more you can say
Fun and frothy James Bond parody by…ummm, Jess Franco? Really?
Mexican comic Tin Tan does the Abbott and Costello thing
The usual: creepy old house, murders…and science fiction?
Insane Hong Kong Sci Fi actioner. With a deadly warrior…house cat
Christopher R. Mihm, lots of cardboard, and a planet of warrior women
Bloody Independent Russian Virtual Reality Thriller. One hell of an ending!
The Aliens want our women! Watch out for the giant, burrowing robot!
Man with incredible mental powers meets only man immune.
Impressive Kaiju Eiga short. Don’t miss the trailer for the “sequel”
The end of the world, a paranoid conspiracy, a high tech facility. And bats
Yet another SF-tinged tomb raider movie from China. With giant monsters
Mad scientist destroys Paris. Early Silent SF
Visually stunning children’s film. Only the acting and direction are flat
Monsters, parallel worlds, and the alternative energy source to end them all…
Brilliant minimalist SF short from the strange mind of Nacho Vigalondo
Quantum Physics, a mysterious cosmic event and a dinner party gone wrong
Mysterious events at a snowbound research station
Two men on a lonely island fight mysterious humanoids from the deep…
Richard Stanley’s stunning adaptation of the Lovecraft tale
Nacho Vigalondo’s sui generis Kaiju Eiga film.
Amiable Found Footage film that finds a little new territory to explore
Alien pods that make people explode. But they don’t seem to do anything else
Brilliant and exciting film about…three guys sitting in a car talking
Strangers trapped by a (solar) storm are killed one by one. And a Giant Robot
Crash and Burn (2016)
The Crawling Eye (1958)
Paranoid George Romero bioweapon film. Just watch it, okay?
Elegant, Nouvelle Vague inspired SF relationship film. From Amazon.com
A derelict spaceship, an alien monster… You know the rest
Craig T. Nelson fights a shark man. It just isn’t a Nazi shark man…
As impossible as it sounds, a halfway decent Larry Buchanan film. But is it SF?
Creature of the Walking Dead (1961)
Police vs. atomic powered zombies.
Art House reality twister Nouvelle Vague mad scientist film
Val Lewton copy from the people who brought you The Vampire Bat
Bad. But only routine bad
THE CREEPY HUMAN BEAST (1969)
Power running with cats, a bug expert and a thing that burns people to ash
What do you mean that isn’t SF anymore?
The kind of film you love far more than it deserves…
More of the same, but with some pretty good moments…
The third one. With a great busted cliche…
The first horror franchise in Spaaaaaaaaace…
Released on VOD without warning after 27 years. Guess why?
Probably the first SF film about relativity. And it’s very silly
CURSE OF SNAKES VALLEY (1988)
Larry Buchanan. Yet again
A vague future, a virtual reality weapon, and lots and lots of British Rockers
Dazzling OVA by the director of Ninja Scroll
See Droid Gunner
Michael Rennie as yet another stranger on a mission to save us all
Arrowstorm’s cyborg epic. Who knew bullets bounced off bare chests?
Wild, non-linear Art House post-Apocalyptic film. Or is it all a simulation?
Brainwashing, corporate espionage, and single malt scotch…
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