Christopher R. Mihm and puppets. A dangerous combination?
Dark Angel (1990)
See: I Come In Peace
A Spanish Sci Fi Horror film, with a brick-in-the-face final twist
A murky, incomprehensible and ultimately compelling film by Richard Corben
Brett Piper, cool monsters, H.P. Lovecraft…What’s not to love?
I didn’t hate it. Really
Yet another Fifties homage. At least it isn’t The Alien Dead
Lots of wild effects. Not much of anything else
Satiric Australian SF car movie – but the cars just sit there. Mostly
Lopushansky’s ugly post-Apocalyptic film – shot with incredible beauty
Wes Craven’s cute-robot-meets-unkillable-slasher teen romance
Brutal Killer Robot movie. With a totally unhinged Brad Dourif. Amazing
A lot of everything. Just don’t expect it to make much sense.
A reasonably good B-Movie. What more can you ask?
Off the wall, absurd, wickedly entertaining – and shot in 3 days for $24,000.
One of the cultiest cult SF films ever made. With lots of frogs.
Fred Olen Ray’s best picture. A watchable time waster. With Bagpipes
Brutal, non-stop cyborg police movie from Canada
A TV movie about a “singular” AI run amok
Commandos brave endless parallel dimensions to fight a demon computer
Densô ningen (1960)
Lost Fifties SF film? No, just a TV series pilot with John Agar.
We have seen the future and it is cardboard.
Routine alien abduction schlock. And the device is just a billiard ball
Moody Gothic Jess Franco mad scientist film. But it’s fun
The Polonia Brothers, The Planet of the Apes with Dinosaurs – and “more”.
Solid time-twister, with some heavy duty quantum mechanics talk
Is there more than survival after the end of the world?
Science Fiction and Sock puppets. Only stranger.
Tim Thomerson is Brick Bardo, interstellar cop, 14 inches tall!
Unsettling mystery about the last isolated survivors of a global pandemic
Like a slow, glum, talky version of The Terminator. Only not as much fun
Solid adaptation of BBC SF TV series.
Honorable mention. An absurd Chanbara epic – with a Frankenstein monster?
Incredible deep space film that only cost 5000 Pounds
Dilbert meets Independence Day. Only funnier.
The Dungeonmaster (1984)
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