Giant Robots invade the British Isles.  So it isn’t “Target Earth”

The Fly meets…Spiderman?…

Classic Ray Harryhausen film.  Stop-motion aliens destroy famous landmarks

Lovely British Comedy, about a young man from another planet.  Maybe

  • Edgar Allen Poe’s Decapitarium (2021)

See Decapitarium

Anthony Perkins plays Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde and Jack the Ripper

Groundhog Day meets Saving Private Ryan?  No, better than that!

Made during the lockdown with no contact. Yawn.

  •  Eight-Headed Giant Serpent’s Counterattack (1985)

See Yamata no Orochi no Gyakushu


See Body in the Web

The Pontypool take on alien encounters

A Russian Wu Xia Highlander.  Only everyone says its Sci Fi…

The Bluebeard legend meets Ex Machina

Is a mysterious local cryptid responsible all those murders?…


See Taitei no ken

Bert I. Gordon uses H.G. Wells as an excuse for giant ants.  But that last act!

The Polonia Brothers’ DIY Planet of the Apes, take three…


See Abriendo fuego

Strange and ultimately mysterious Aussie alien contact drama

  • The End (1980)

See Fukkatsu no hi [Virus]


See Konets vechnosti

Stunningly beautiful first film from Wang Renchao.  Just watch it already!

An incredible and intelligent Science Fiction novel.  Too bad about the movie…

Game show contestants make the best guides in the post-Apocalyptic ruins…

Mind bending, subtle and unnerving — yet outrageous and in your face!

  • Enemy from Space (1957)

See Quatermass 2

Interesting doppleganger thriller from Gaurav Seth.

Wild and witty French time travel flick made by three teen-aged brothers!

One of the most iconic movie images ever — in an okay TV movie

Worst.  Italian.  Movie.  Ever.

John Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Snake Plissken.  What more could you ask for?

  • Escape of Mr. MacKinley (1975)

See Begstvo mistera Mak-Kinli

Things levitate, cheating at sports, aging actors: Must be a Disney children’s film.

  • Escape 2000 (1982)

See Turkey Shoot

Revenge from beyond the grave meets Mad Science. Cinematic whiplash

Toho’s psychic spy movie

A high-concept, virtual reality movie from New Zealand

You need the perfect child to build the perfect robot

Long, bombastic and loud – but still better than the last one

Secret program creates android in desperate need of a shrink!

It’s amazing what you can do for $60,000 in New Zealand

The title says it all

Producer Fred Olen Rey’s “This isn’t a version of The Wasp Woman”

How will our perfect new robot function in the real world?…

Better than you’d expect.  But you’re still stuck with the Ewoks

DIY 3-D Animated SF epic.  A bit long, but not bad for a one man effort…

The Blair Witch with extra hair?  Nope.  It’s one mean beast…

The shaggiest shaggy dog story ever.  Lots of fun, but so darn shaggy!

  • Extinct (1995)

See Ausgestorben

An alien monster on a murder spree, but it’s okay.  The kid loves him

A town enslaved by their TV sets! Forgotten Argentinian film…

  • The Extraordinary Adventures of Saturnino Farandola (1913)

See Le avventure straordinarissime di Saturnino Farandola

Larry Buchanan.  What more need we say?

  • Eyes (1976)

See Mansion of the Doomed

  • Eyes of Dr. Chaney (1976)

See Mansion of the Doomed