Dolph Lundgren in full Ah-nold mode takes on alien drug dealer!
Chop Sockey robot madness. With Metropolis references. Bliss
Amicus’ Fruedian Jekyll and Hyde, with Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing
The FBI, flying saucers, an alien monster. But not as much fun as it sounds
Gentle comedy, about the search for an Alien in a town full of oddballs
Très ironic cool! An absurd Nouvelle Vague James Bond film
The Incredible Invasion (1971)
See Alien Terror
Like an American Quatermass Experiment. But more goo per square inch
A real snoozer. With science problems
It’s hard to believe, but fun giant bug comedies do exist!
Fascinating, well-developed future. But…
Time travel is undignified. But funny
Intriguing Indie about a man in a high-tech prison
Remarkable, influential and surreal. French Art Film
Naked Coeds, shower scenes, and CGI bugs. Lots of CGI bugs
See Horror Planet
Sequel to Albert Pyun’s weird experiment, Invasion. Only this one is weirder…
Hero battles barbarians to save the world. Audience snoozes…
Into Infinity (1976)
Okay film that destroyed Cannon films. And Tobe Hooper’s career
Sex, nudity and..bees? Nicholas Meyer wrote it, but probably isn’t proud of it…
A classic remake of a classic
A pack of kids walk into Battle in Space. More or less
Bosomy Girls plan to enslave Earth. But we have two idiots to save us!
Invasión siniestra (1971)
See Alien Terror
Lots and lots of stock footage, mixed with a bit of hysteria and paranoia…
A suave and sinister Peter Lorre…in an invisible spy comedy?
The Invisible Man (1954)
See Tômei ningen
INVISIBLE MAN APPEARS (1949)
INVISIBLE MAN in Mexico (1958)
The Invisible Man turns vampire?
The only Invisible Man sequel with Shemp Howard
Karloff, Lugosi, a new element…and it all devolves into a revenge thriller
The Iron Super Man (1974)
See Tie chao ren
Post-Apocalyptic TV Pilot. Would have been better with marionettes
A real fake giant crab!
Charles Laughton in one of his most brilliant performances
Island of Mutations (1979)
Quatermass inspired British Horror. Nasty Creatures on a tiny Island
A sinister castle, a mad scientist, secret research and…well, it’s on the poster
Wild pulpy period adventure story. With fishmen. A lot of fun
Isolated island under siege by something mysterious from the sea
One of the most important of Christopher Mihm’s films — the second one
One of the great classics of SF film. With incredible dialogue by Ray Bradbury!
What the *(BLEEP)* did I just watch????
The videogame becomes a teen Motocross movie. With giant ants
Pulpy Thirties-style passion project!