Arty SF film from Carlos Atanes
Czech Animator Karel Zeman’s greatest achievment
A study in Japanese New Wave creepy cool. Elegant, cold and disturbing
The revived dead can walk through doors? Who knew!
Over the top John Woo film that seems to be parodying…John Woo?
Awesome Haruo Nakajima homage. With lots of Godzilla. A minute of bliss
Celebrating New Year’s Eve in a secure bunker
Bad Movie homage about the Greatest cyber warrior and hacker in the world
Girls are tortured in a sinister cavern. Don’t worry, it’s all for science!
Hand puppets with no mouths devour the human race, Polonia-style
Thoroughly insane killer alien sequel. With Santa Claus
That bit with Ken Van Sant is great! The rest? Welllllllll…
Ferat Vampire (1982)
See Upír z Feratu
See Dark Nemesis
One of the most outrageous, over-the-top endings in SF history!
A teen-pocalypse. With aliens
The aliens are loose at Area 51! Ho hum.
Strange reality twister which borrows from a certain Hitchhiker
The Final Land (2019)
See Das letzte Land
That little girl from E.T. runs from a secret agency. But the fire is the real star!
Sort of a YA Close Encounters…
Ray Harryhausen’s adaptation of the classic. It’s absolutely Imperial!
Brett Piper’s incredible short film version of the classic tale
Russian mocumentary. Fascinating and well-made
“This is the story of my solitude, if my solitude was a fish”
Marvelous Indie time-twister
Murder, music, betrayal, and where to honeymoon after the gas bombs fall…
Professor Neumeyer has five days to solve his own murder…
Five Million Years to Earth (1967)
Flash Future Kung Fu (1983)
See Da lui toi
Elegant animation – in Four minutes or less
Filmation’s pretty decent Flash Gordon film…
Flash Gordon’s Battle in Space (1967)
Dr. Wes Nolan is the only man who can save us. If he remembers who he is…
Incredible B-Movie, scary and effective. Who needs money?
One great silly moment at the end, a long slog to get there…
Brilliant remake, Jeff Goldblum’s finest moment — with extra grue
The Flying Ghost Ship (1969)
The Flying Monster (1985)
The Flying Saucer (1964)
See Il disco volante
The Flying Saucers (1956)
Flying Saucers Over Istanbul (1955)
A strange encounter in a super rare film. Intriguing lost psychedelic SF
Giant chickens, giant rats, but not a particularly large amount of H.G. Wells
Incredible sequel to the insanely great Hide and Creep. So shut up and watch it
Forbidden Reality (2009)
Forbidden World (1982)
See Mutant (1982)
Robert Lansing in a better than average late Fifties SF Horror
Don’t reveal the secret ending to your friends. ‘Cause they won’t watch it
“Strange” just doesn’t even begin to describe anything this strange
See Brain Twisters
Jerry Warren’s best film. Which, sadly, isn’t that much better than his worst…
Boris Karloff’s final Frankenstein film
Another one of those…
Teens dance and sing and never notice the mad scientist in the basement…
The Freakmaker (1974)
See The Mutations
Unique and unsettling: an off-kilter SF fairy tale
Wow! Someone put some fun back in the movies!
Time travel doesn’t make a film Science Fiction. Ozploitation horror
Brit-Com SF time travel movie. With plenty of beer. And a giant monster
Stuart Gordon’s second Lovecraft film
Tree monster teaches natives the wonders of science. Or something like that
Dana Andrews thaws the Nazis cluttering up his place. It doesn’t work out
Frozen zombies — and terrible acting, cinematography and so forth…
Overblown Japanese disaster film — with extra boneheaded science
Campus comedy meets Wu Xia alien busting action. Confused but moderately fun
Fumoon: A mysterious new race, a deadly cloud in space, lots of car chases…
Faster, Joshua Kennedy! Kill! Kill! Babes, a monster, grainy Black and White
It’s a Bait and Switch Anthology!
How would they have pictured 2018 in 1938? Not like this
Future World (2001)
See Donyaye Ayandeh
Strange and forgotten short SF comedy. Worth a look
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