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It’s hard to believe it, but there’s still life in Max!

A better than average PRC Monster movie

A very strange Art House Post Apocalyptic movie

Interesting idea completely let down by a lack of imagination

Billionaire needs a new brain?  I know: let’s go get Nostradamus’ head!

  • Manborg (2011)

The Astron 6 Collective’s homage to bad Nineties Cyborg movies

Incredible animated Rom Com.  In space

Ho hum.  A game spin-off

Beautiful Soviet trip to Mars.  But that’s about it

Richard Burton, telekinesis, and massive disasters

No Wave space comedy.  Mostly of historical interest

High tech thriller with virtual reality and brain downloads

Absurd Fifties mad scientist effort

  • METAMORPHOSIS: THE ALIEN FACTOR (1990)

Shake The Fly, The Thing and Night of the Comet in a box:  this is what you get

A strange and special film about what a father will do for his son

A serious – if dull – attempt at a serious movie about virtual reality

Blech

Whoa.  It isn’t terrible!  Hollywood gets Jay Ward right.  No, really!

At least it has a good opening image

Roger Corman’s first attempt at production.  But at least the MiniSub is cool

Christopher Mihm’s first venture into the Mihmiverse

Totally bonkers, Fifties-ish exploitation film

Atmospheric Mexican mad scientist film

Arty film that wimps out at the end

The Producers.  With more heads getting blown off with shotguns

Beautiful and tragic adaptation of Adolfo Bioy Casares’ novel

Greek Art house post-Apocalyptic film.  Very bleak

Renegade animator Bill Plympton’s nearly pornographic space film

Brett Piper’s third film:  monsters, mutants, and a wannabe hero

Jaunty Czech steampunk comedy

Brett Piper’s first film.  With appalling sound issues and plenty of monsters

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