Amazing Transparent Man, The (1960)
The Amazing Transparent Man is a 1960 science fiction film starring Marguerite Chapman. It is an American B-movie which follows the story of an escaped criminal who uses an invisibility serum to escape.
Ape Man, The (1943)
A series of experiments cause a scientist to go ape.
Atom Age Vampire (1963)
When a singer (Susanne Loret) is horribly disfigured in a car accident, a scientist (Alberto Lupo) develops a treatment which can restore her beauty by injecting her with the glands of a murdered woman. While performing the procedure, however, he falls in love with her.
Atomic Brain, The (1964)
The movie tells the story of an elderly woman who uses her vast fortune to convince an eccentric yet brilliant scientist to provide her with a new, youthful body. This is done by hiring three immigrant young women, with the promise of helping them become film stars. The old woman then chooses which of the girls she finds most beautiful, and sets about replacing the young woman’s brain with her own.
Atomic Rulers of the World (1964)
Atomic Rulers of the World (or just Atomic Rulers) is a 1964 film edited together for American television from films #1 and #2 of the Japanese short film series Super Giant.
Attack from Space (1964)
Good aliens are sent from the Emerald planet to protect the earth from an evil space race called the Spherions. Starman shows up and finds out that not only has to fight the Sperions, he also has to root out human traitors.
Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959)
A low-budget 1959 science fiction film from American International Pictures. It was directed by Bernard L. Kowalski, produced by Gene Corman, and the screenplay was written by Leo Gordon. The film is in black and white, and runs for 62 minutes.
Attack of the Monsters (1969)
A UFO takes two boys from Earth to another planet where they discover a race of people who can control giant monsters and have plans to take over the Earth. It’s up to Gamera to save the day.
Beast from the Haunted Cave (1959)
Super evil, alien, space spiders like to eat scumbags and bimbos. What can you say….. Its a 1959 drive in B movie of epic proportions,
Beast Of Yucca Flats (1961)
Joseph Javorsky, mild mannered commie scientist arrives in Yucca Flats in the United States after defecting.
Captain Z-Ro – Christopher Columbus (1951)
Captain Z-Ro was a 1951 Science Fiction kids show that was made by KRON in San Francisco. With his time machine, the ZX-99, he traveled back in time to affect the lives of historical figures. A 1951 Quantum Leap? This show certainly had a cheesy mustache budget.
Dark Star (1974)
This is John Carpenters student film, cult classic, sci-fi, thriller comedy from 1974. Oh no! We’re being invaded by beach balls.
Day the Sky Exploded, The (1958)
I haven’t been in the mood to sit down and watch this movie, but I finally got there. This movie has really good production values for it’s genre and time.
Destroy all Planets (1968)
A Japanese sci-fi from 1968. Aliens called the Virans attempt to conquer Earth by sending a spaceship named Spaceship One to attack it.
Evil Brain from Outer Space (1964)
The film concerns Starman’s efforts to save the Earth from the followers of Balazar, an evil genius from the planet Zemar whose brain has been preserved after his own assassination
First Spaceship on Venus (1960)
In 1970, debris from the 1908 Tunguska “meteor” are found which turn out to be recordings from a spaceship crashed there. The ship’s origin is determined to be Venus, and an international team sets out with their spaceship “Kosmokrator” to visit the “Silent Planet”, which is shrouded in clouds, and doesn’t respond to contact attempts.
Freedom State (2007)
After the apocalypse, a group of mental health patients have inherited the Earth. Armed with a short bus and imagination, they must rebuild society and find the edge of the world.
Galaxy Invader (1985)
Gamera Vs Jiger (1970)
Giant Gila Monster, The (1959)
The Giant Gila Monster… Yeah.. well the special effects on this one include a real Gila monster on a model set. Need I say more? And Don’s singing? You should avoid sharp objects while watching this movie. Don’s musical interludes really make me want to smack myself in the head with a ball peen hammer. Still, it’s a surprisingly watchable piece of Americana.
Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000)
An experimental satellite-based weapon that fires miniature black holes, called the Dimension Tide, opens a wormhole through which a giant prehistoric dragonfly enters the present and deposits a single egg before exiting through the wormhole. A boy finds the egg and takes it with him when he moves to Tokyo. The egg starts oozing a strange liquid, so the boy throws the egg in the sewer. The egg, actually a mass of hundreds of eggs, splits up and starts growing when exposed to water, hatching into giant dragonfly larva called Meganulon that come out of the sewer to feed. They flood a portion of the city and moult on the sides of buildings, becoming adult Meganula.
Godzilla: Final Wars (2004)
Suddenly, monsters all appear around the world at major cities and the EDF promptly swings into action, attempting to drive away the monsters, but achieves little success. Then, after destroying much of their cities, the monsters vanish as an enormous alien mothership hovers over Tokyo. Aliens called the Xiliens then reveal themselves, insisting they are friendly and that they have eliminated the monsters. They also warn the Earth’s governments about impending danger in the form of a planet called Gorath that will crash into Earth.
In the year 2889 (1967)
In the Year 2889 is a made for television, apocalyptic, sci-fi, movie about a futuristic nuclear war. It’s a the remake of The Day the World Ended. In the film, a nuclear war has wiped out all of Earth’s citizens, except for a few who hid from it in a valley. After the war, they are menaced by a group of mutant cannibals.
Incredible Petrified World, The (1957)
It’s supposed to be cutting edge science: a diving bell that can descend the depths of the ocean. However, when a cable snaps, the crew fears that they may perish inside. After the crew leaves the bell to explore, they soon find a large network of caves and a survivor who has been there for over a decade. The survivor reveals the horrible truth: there is no way to get out of the caves. Or is there a way?
Indestructible Man (1956)
A violent criminal called The Butcher is brought back to life by a scientist using electricity. The Butcher becomes an invulnerable mute, and seeks vengeance upon those who caused his execution.
Killers from Space (1954)
Killers from Space is a 1954 Science Fiction Films where Peter Graves (Mission Impossible) fights some evil conquerors from the planet Venus. The venutians look just like we humans except they wear painted ping pong balls over their eyes.
Last Man On Earth, The (1964)
The Last Man on Earth (Italian title: L’Ultimo uomo della Terra) is a 1964 Italian horror/science fiction film based upon the Richard Matheson novel I Am Legend. The film was directed by Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow, and starred Vincent Price.
Last Woman On Earth (1960)
The Last Woman on Earth tells the story of three survivors of a mysterious apocalypse which appears to have wiped out all human life on earth.
Lost Missile, The (1958)
The appearance of an unknown “missile-like” object in nearby space leads a European nation (unnamed, but implied to be one of the countries behind the Iron Curtain) to fire a rocket at it. The strange missile from outer space circles the Earth at low altitudes, destroying everything in its path.
Incorporating more than 25 minutes of newly discovered footage, this 2010 restoration of METROPOLIS is the definitive edition of Fritz Lang’s science fiction masterpiece.
Monsters From The Prehistoric Planet (1967)
An expedition from Tokyo heads to Obelisk Island, which a greedy entrepreneur (Mr. Funazu, the President of Playmate Magazine) wants to turn into an island resort. But the Japanese monsters have other ideas.
My Favorite Martian (1963-66)
Tim O’Hara, a newspaper reporter, takes in a telepathic, extraterrestrial and passes him off as his uncle Martin. The series was produced by Jack Chertok Television in association with CBS.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
This is George Romero’s 1968 Zombie film “Night of the Living Dead”. It is the basis for most of this sort of stylized zombie. A lot of movies were based on the same premise of people hiding someplace and being inadequate to zombie attack.
Phantom Planet (1961)
Watching the movie is like watching an undiscovered episode of the original “Star Trek.” We have a rocket being pulled off course by a strange phenomenon; we have special effects of the most functional and basic kind; we have a strange planet populated by earthlike (albeit small) people, whose strengths and weaknesses are allegories of human strengths and weaknesses; we have a series of curvaceous women, a brash young man and an elderly wise leader in the alien society; we have a brawny hero who alternates between fighting, courting and moralizing.
Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959)
Plan 9 from Outer Space is a 1959 science fiction/horror film written, and directed by Edward D. Wood, Jr. The film features Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Tor Johnson and Maila “Vampira” Nurmi.
Planet on the Prowl (1966)
Another planet is speeding toward the earth threatening to destroy it in a collision. The only people who can save the earth are some poorly dubbed Italian scientists.
Radar Men From the Moon (1952)
Rocketship X-M (1950)
An inadvertent romantic comedy? I’m not sure I have enough mustard for the ham in this one. This movie features Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery, Jr., Hugh O’Brian, Morris Ankrum, Patrick Ahern, Sherry Moreland, John Dutra and Katherine Marlowe. Four men and a woman blast into space on humanity’s first expedition to the Moon, a 48-hour journey. A malfunction causes the ship to drift off course and sends them hurtling to Mars. The rocket passes through clouds to land on Mars where they find evidence of a once-powerful civilization where everything is tinted orange.
This is another cancellation in it’s final Season. I never could get through 5 minutes of this show because Amanda Tappings impersonation of a British accent sounds like a drunk American chick trying to sound British.
Snow Creature, The (1954)
Members of a scientific expedition to the Himalaya’s that encounter and capture a Yeti. The creature is then brought back to the U.S., only to escape and run havoc. The Snow Creature was the first of several “Yeti / Abominable Snowman” themed movies. It also bore some resemblance to King Kong, in terms of plot, with act-one in an exotic setting and act-two taking place in an urban setting.
This futuristic tale features the top talents of Hollywood’s new generation including Jami Gertz, Lukas Haas and Jason Patric as prisoners in a fortress who plan their dazzling escape on wheels.
Star Trek – The 47 Conspiracy
Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you.
Star Trek Phase 2: Ep 7. The Child (2012)
Elvis (James Cawley) is back in command of the Enterprise with the next installment in the Star Trek Phase 2 series. He always looks like he’s eating a pickle. This is a fan production organized by Cawley who is a professional Elvis impersonator.
Tales of Tomorrow – Blunder (1952)
Sometimes our moms just don’t give us basic information. Don’t blow up the earth! From the 1950′s science fiction series, Tales of Tomorrow.
Tales of Tomorrow – The Crystal Egg (1960)
A scientist becomes obsessed with a crystal egg he finds in an antique shop and is chagrined that the owner of the shop wants to bargain and keep him from getting the Crystal Egg.
Teenage Zombies (1959)
While boating in a boat we never see and possibly water-skiing without getting wet, a quartet of teens, Reg (Don Sullivan), Skip (Paul Pepper), Julie (Mitzie Albertson), and Pam (Brianne Murphy), accidentally discover an island run by a mad scientist named Doctor Myra who intends to turn everyone in the United States into a communist zombie, but we really don’t see any zombies and only a couple commies. Luckily it’s “Dreamboat” Don Sullivan to the rescue. I don’t seem to remember Don Sullivan singing in this one, but you should take appropriate precautions.
Teenagers From Outer Space (1959)
Teenagers from Outer Space is a 1959 sci-fi B-movie about an extraterrestrial ship landing on Earth to use it as a farm for its food supply. The crew of the ship includes several teenagers (who ironically look quite old for teenagers), two of whom oppose each other in their activities.
Terror Beneath the Sea (1971)
Only Sonny Chiba can stop rubber-suited underwater monsters from taking over the world and converting humanity into sexless fishmen!
Threads is a 1984 television docudrama depicting the effects of a nuclear war on the United Kingdom and its aftermath. Written by Barry Hines and directed by Mick Jackson, Threads was filmed in late 1983 and early 1984. The premise of Threads was to hypothesize the effects of a nuclear war on the United Kingdom after an exchange between the Soviet Union and the United States escalates to include the UK.
Track of the Moon Beast (1976)
Mineralogist Paul Carlson (Chase Cordell) is struck by a lunar meteorite while observing a meteor shower. Lodged in his brain, the meteorite causes him to transform into a strong and vicious lizard whenever the moon comes out.
Unknown World (1951)
One thing is certain, man stands at the crossroads of history, the atomic age! It was Dr. Morley of the now defunct Society to Save civilization who said that atomic energy could reduce civilization to ashes. Now with bombs a thousand times more powerful the chances are that all future civilization could be compromised. Empowered by professional “do-gooders” he hatches a plan to save mankind.
The movie opens with a British nuclear submarine called the HMS Nereid entering Tokyo Bay in the then-future of December 1983. The ship’s crew and Japanese seismologist Yoshizumi (Masao Kusakari) send a reconnaissance drone to search the city for any survivors, only to find decayed bodies. It also gathers air samples of something called MM88.
War of the Robots (1978)
An alien civilization, which facing eminent extinction, kidnaps two famous genetic scientists from Earth. A troop of soldiers is dispatched to combat the humanoid robots and rescue the victims.
Wasp Woman (1960)
The founder and owner of a large cosmetics company, Janice Starlin (Susan Cabot), is disturbed when her firm’s sales begin to drop after it becomes apparent to her customer base that she is aging. Scientist Eric Zinthrop (Michael Mark) has been able to extract enzymes from the royal jelly of the queen wasp that can reverse the aging process.
X from Outer Space, The (1967)
Guilala, a monster grown from spores attached from the hull of a spaceship returning from a Martian expedition, attacks earth in this outrageous kaiju film!
Yesterday Machine, The (1963)
This low budget 60′s sci-fi is a unique mixture of sawdust, glue, ham and wood. A Nazi scientist invents a time machine enabling him to go back to alter the events of WWII. He’s discovered by some teenagers who’s car breaks down on the way to a college football game.
Zontar, the Thing from Venus (1966)
Zontar, the Thing from Venus also known as Zontar: The Invader from Venus is a 1966, made for television, science fiction film, directed by Larry Buchanan and based on the teleplay by Hillman Taylor and Buchanan