UPDATED: JANUARY 31, 2005
2+5: MISSION HYDRA (1965)
Aliens from the constellation Hydra crash-land on the island of Sardinia. A prominent scientist, his daughter, several young technicians, and a pair of Oriental spies are taken hostage by the beings so they can use them to repair their spaceship’s broken engine. Very rare.
4D MAN (1959)
Two brothers, scientists Scott and Tony Nelson, develop an amplifier which enables a person to enter a 4th dimensional state, allowing him to pass through any object. Scott experiments on himself and discovers that each time he passes through something he ages rapidly. He begins killing people, sucking out their life energies and regaining his youth as a result. It falls to Tony and Scott’s girlfriend, Linda, to try to put a stop to his murderous rampage.
ACCION MUTANTE (1993)
French Language w/English subtitles. In a future world ruled by good-looking people, a terrorist group of mutants leaded by Ramon Yarritu kidnap the daughter of Orujo, a rich businessman, to claim for the rights of the ugly people. Escaping from the police in their spaceship, Ramon tries to kill his gang in order to get all the ransom. The trip ends abruptly when they crash in Axturiax, the planet of the crazy miners where no woman lives.
ALIEN 2 (1982)
Not a sequel to Ridley Scott’s Alien, but an Italian Alien rip-off. Scientists find alien eggs in abandoned desert caves. They begin to hatch and aliens begin to kill off the scientists. Dubbed in English with Japanese sub-titles.
ALIEN FROM THE DEEP (1989)
Thoroughly amusing Italian-Filipino giant monster movie. The film is exciting and action-packed.
ASSIGNMENT OUTER SPACE (1961)
When a giant space station heads on a collision course with earth, an international team of astronauts are sent to space to save the world from impending doom. Loaded with great special effects and directed by Antonio Margheriti (Castle Of Terror).
ATOMIC RULERS OF THE WORLD (1964)
Super criminals are planning to infiltrate Earth with mass nuclear destruction! Only Starman can defend civilization by thwarting evil!
Widescreen w/English subtitles. The underwater MU Empire threatens to destroy the surface world. Japan creates a high tech submarine that can submerge in water, burrow in the ground, fly, and is loaded with super weapons. They use it to attack the underwater city and fight the monster sea serpent (MANDA) that guards it. Also features the original U.S. and Japanese theatrical trailers.
ATTACK FROM SPACE (1958)
Japanese superhero “Starman” fights a Nazi-like alien in outer space. One of the four features starring the hero “Starman”. Long out-of-print and very hard-to-find.
ATTACK OF THE ROBOTS (1967)
French-Spanish productions starring Eddie Constantine as an Interpol agent on the trail of a madman and his evil female companion who can control anyone with Type O blood via an army of zombie monsters. Directed by Jesse Franco.
ATOMIC MAN (1956)
Exposed to radiation, scientist Gene Nelson is out of synch with time, reacting to events before they happen. That gives him the edge over things to come. A long lost and very hard-to-find gem.
ATOMIC SUBMARINE (1959)
UFO hidden in the depths of the ocean disrupts naval submarines. Before long a one-eyed E.T. invader creates havoc on board.
Battle Beyond The Sun (1963)
The USA and USSR are embattled in a race to reach Mars, but run into two space monsters. Originally a Soviet film, new American footage was re-edited for American audiences.
Battle In Outer Space (1959)
The nations of the Earth unite in a common cause to fight off an invader from outer space.
Battle Of The Worlds (1961)
Starring Claude Rains. A stray planet on a collision course with Earth instead takes orbit around our blue marble. What seems like a dead planet suddenly launches a fleet of flying saucers which attack our space fleets.
BEAST IN SPACE (1980)
Italian Language w/English subtitles. A young lieutenant (Vassili Karis) travels via spaceship on a course to the Toriton planet, having to face the danger of a violent monster that she needs to destroy (1980)
Beast With A Million Eyes (1958)
50’s sci-fi drive-in fare produced by Roger Corman. An obscure E.T. life form comes to Earth and turns all animals against humans. One scene has birds attacking a car (as in Hitchcock’s’ The Birds).
Beginning Of The End (1957)
Audrey Ames, an enterprising journalist, tries to get the scoop on giant grasshoppers accidentally created at the Illinois State experimental farm. She endeavors to save Chicago, despite a military cover-up. A sci-fi classic.
Beyond The Time Barrier (1960)
Robert Clarke takes off in an experimental supersonic rocket and, after passing thru a time warp, lands in the year 2024 to find a subterranean world that has survived a nuclear war. A early sci-fi cult favorite.
BRAIN EATERS (1958)
A strange cylinder arrives from the center of the earth in Bellville, Illinois, filled with furry little parasites. Once the cylinder is discovered Senator Powers takes charge of the investigations, but the parasites have already bored into his neck and taken over his mind. Other townsfolk become controlled by the parasites in a bid to create a new social order and take over the world.
BRAIN FROM THE PLANET AROUS (1957)
A powerful criminal brain from the planet Arous, Gor, assumes the body of scientist Steve March. Thru March he begins to control the world by threatening destruction to any country challenging his domination. Another brain, Val, works with Marchs future wife Sally to defeat Gor.
Brazilian Star Wars (1978)
What if the Three Stooges were the heroes of Star Wars? This rare import print in Portuguese language can answer that question. A must for every cult movie fan. Excellent print quality.
Cape Canaveral Monsters (1960)
Directed by the person who brought the world “ Robot Monster�. Two bathers are attacked by beams of light, die in a car crash, and return possessed with alien energy fields.
Crack In The WorlD (1965)
Dr. Steven Sorenson plans to tap the geothermal energy of the Earth’s interior by means of a thermonuclear device detonated deep within the Earth. Despite dire warnings by fellow scientist Ted Rampian, Dr Sorenson proceeds with the experiment after secretly learning that he is terminally ill. This experiment causes a crack to form and grow within the earth’s crust, which threatens to split the earth in two if it is not stopped in time.
Crash Of The MoonS (1954)
Originally shown on television as two episodes of �Rocky Jones, Space Ranger�. This is a pretty standard example of the kind of 1950’s sci-fi movie that, on the one hand, now comes across as thoroughly dated and often unintentionally funny, but that also has a certain charm, at least to those who can appreciate the genre.
Creeping Terror (1964)
This movie has quite a history. It’s about a large crawling rug (look very carefully in some scenes and see the feet of the people pushing it around) that goes around “swallowing” victims (the actors actually crawl into the mouth). One of the So-Bad-It’s-Good films. It has been reported the soundtrack for the film was lost upon distribution which is why most of the film is narrated.
Italian language only! Italian horror of a brain transplant gone bad. RARE sci-fi horror from Juan Lugar director of the 1973 mondo oddity Autopsy.
Cyborg 2087 (1966)
In the future world of the year 2087, freedom of thought is illegal and the government controls the thoughts of the world’s populations. A small band of “free thinkers” send a cyborg back in time to the year 1966 to prevent a scientist from making the breakthrough that will eventually lead to the mass thought control of the future.
Darker Side Of Terror (1979)
When a scientist at a research lab is passed over for a promotion; he creates a clone of himself to attempt to seduce the wife of the man who got the job. A demented little TV movie from the late ’70s.
Day Mars Invaded Earth (1962)
The Martians return on the Earth and this time succeeds to invade it, canceling from the every planet trace of human life.
Day The Earth Caught Fire (1961)
Hysterical panic has engulfed the world after the United States and the Soviet Union simultaneously detonate nuclear devices and have caused the orbit of the Earth to alter, sending it hurtling towards the sun. RARE WIDESCREEN IMPORT PRINT IN ENGLISH.
Day The Earth Froze (1959)
A superb Finnish/Soviet fantasy epic about an evil witch who steals the sun and causes just about everything on the Earth to freeze, Also featured are magic harps, fields of snakes, a wizard, and a magic mill. A long lost gem.
Day The Sky Exploded (1958)
Italian-French science fiction in which a missile from Earth hit�s the sun, sending meteors on a collision course with our planet. Scientists decide to fire atomic bombs in an attempt to stop the oncoming disaster. Dubbed in English.
Destination Inner Space (1966)
Low-budget 60’s horror/sci-fi with an alien resembling the Black Lagoon creature. An underwater lab commanded by Scott Brady is invaded by a monster from a spaceship that splashed down nearby. A staple on late-night TV for many years. see photos in our photo gallery…click here…
Disgusting Space Worms Eat Everyone (1988)
Killer space worm movie. This one in English set in the U.S.A. with goofy characters and cheesy spaceships. An ultimate camp classic that should be on every collector’s shelf.
El Monstrous Resucitado- (aka Dr. Crimen) (1953)
Mexican horror in Spanish language. The Tragic Limits and Secrets of Dr. Crimen! The first major medical sci/fi movie in Mexico, loosely based on the Frankenstein story but injecting gory surgical motifs into it…
Electronic MonsteR (1960)
Jeff Keenan, insurance investigator, checks out the car-crash death of film star Clark Denver in the south of France. He learns that Denver, and two other victims of recent suspicious deaths, all knew the lovely Verna Berteaux…and all had been patients at a private psychiatric clinic. But the deaths are only a byproduct of a sinister plot; and Zakon, owner of the clinic, is due to marry Jeff’s old flame Ruth.
Evil Brain From Outer SpacE (1956/59)
Another great entry to the “Starman” series from Japan. In this film, Starman battles deformed Marpetians ruled by the brain of Balazar, an evil scientist. Lots of camp fun.
Fire Maidens Of Outer SpacE (1955)
After landing on the 13th moon of Jupiter, the men from Earth debark from their ship to find a forested area containing the last remnant of lost Atlantis: an old man named Prossus, a bevy of nubile young women eager for husbands, and — The Creature. “The beast with the head of a man” “It must be destroyed — yet it is indestructible!”
FROZEN DEAD (1966)
A crazed scientist keeps the heads of Nazi war criminals alive until he can find appropriate bodies on which to attach them so he can revive the Third Reich.
Galaxy Of TerroR (1981)
(UNCUT) A horror/sci-fi tale from Roger Corman about a crew on a desolate planet, where each meets a horrible death. Contains the infamous “rape” scene of a beautiful female astronaut by a slug like monster.
Gamma PeoplE (1955)
The head of a Balkan state’s science department utilizes a gamma ray for experiments on children that can transform them into geniuses or mindless zombies. Unfortunately the ray tends to result in the latter. A very hard to find 50’s film.
Incredible Petrified WorlD (1957)
John Carradine stars as a scientist who develops a diving bell and sends a team of scientists down to incredible depths. When a volcanic eruption occurs, the bell is wrecked and the survivors find themselves in a strange underground world with strange creatures and guarded by cavemen. This is a very hard to find 50’s gem.
Incredible Melting MaN (1978)
An astronaut, returning as the first man to orbit Saturn, is infected with radiation poisoning, and literally begins to melt, flesh dripping, eyeballs exposed and ready to drop out, etc. He begins to kill for human blood which slows the process but does not stop it. Great make-up effects by Rick Baker.
Uncut version of Horror Planet. On a remote planet, a group of scientists are attacked by an E.T., who promptly rapes and impregnates one of the female crew. She them turns into a vampire-like creature and delivers her alien-children complete with teeth.
Invasion Of The Star Creatures- Sci/fi comedy as large-breasted babes from outer space land their ship, and the army is sent to find it. It is found by two army goofs who then find out they are to conquer the Earth with Vege-Men that are aboard ship. Long out-of-print. (1962) SEE THIS FILMS REVIEW IN OUR MOVIE REVIEW SECTION…
It Conquered The World- One of several remaining members of its race, an alien from Venus is guided to Earth by disgruntled scientist Tom Anderson, who tells it which humans it should attach mind control devices to. Hard-To-Find Sci-Fi. (1956)
Journey To The Beginning Of Time- Originally a Czech film made in 1955, it was released in the U.S. in 1966. The plot follows four boys drifting down a river of time and encountering dinosaurs and other beasts of the prehistoric past. Dubbed in English, this is a very hard to find film. (1955/66)
Journey To The Far Side Of The Sun- Astronauts from Earth are sent on a mission to explore an unknown planet within the boundaries of the sun, but not electricity. Dated but with some nice special effects and colorful score by Barry Gray. The “twist-ending” is quite memorable. (1969)
Journey To The Seventh Planet- Mind bending sci-fi filmed in Sweden in “Cinemagic”. It’s 2001, and five astronauts on Uranus have their brains picked by a giant one-eyed creature. Their fears, desires, and memories appear to be realistic. One of the weird monsters is a cyclops-dinosaur. Stars John Agar. (1962)
Killers From Space- A scientist monitoring atomic tests, killed in a plane crash, is revived by aliens so he can spy on the tests and help them conquer the world. Stars Peter Graves. (1954)
King Dinosaur- Extremely rare sci-fi. After a space trip to a new star, the explorers find a planet with terrain similar to Earth’s prehistoric age including vicious dinosaurs. (1955)
Kronos- Scientists investigate what appears to be a meteorite that crashes into the ocean. After a few days and nights of mysterious lights and noises, a giant machine comes out of the ocean. The machine is the creation of an alien race that is trying to siphon energy from earth. A true classic. (1957)
Leech Woman- A faded beauty leaves a trail of murder from Africa to the United States when she discovers a compound that will restore her lost youth–when consumed with fluid from the pineal gland of the newly dead. (1960)
Last Days Of Planet Earth- Professor Nishiyama, after studying and interpreting the prophecies of Nostradamus, realizes that the end of the world is at hand. Unfortunately, nobody listens to him until it is too late, as the effects of mankind’s tampering of the earth – radioactive smog clouds, hideously mutated animals, and destruction of the ozone layer – rage out of control. (1978)
Magnetic Monster- Agent Jeffrey Stewart and his partner Dan Forbes are sent to a local hardware store where they find a strong magnetic field has magnetized every metal item in the store. Investigating further, they eventually trace the source of the magnetism to an airborne flight carrying scientist Howard Denker, now dying of radiation poisoning, who has carted on board with him a new radioactive element which he has bombarded with alpha particles. (1953)
Man from Planet X- Scientist reports that a new planet is heading towards Earth, and on a foggy moor in Scotland, a spaceship lands to spearhead an invasion. (1951)
Man Who Turned To Stone- Jory and his followers stay immortal by siphoning off the life forces of others. If they don’t get renewed, they petrify. Classic sci-fi. (1958)
Mole People- Archaeologists stumble upon a race of albinos living under the earth. They are afraid of light of any kind and keep mutant humanoid mole men as their slaves. (1956)
Monster-A-Go-Go- The picture that comes complete with a 10-foot-tall monster to give you the wim-wams! An astronaut comes back to Earth and crashes in a field, incredibly irradiated and wreaking havoc. Featured the 8-foot tall “actor” “ Henry Hite”. This film was concluded by gore master Herschell Gordon Lewis, but does not contain his trademark gore scenes. Must be seen to be believed. (1965)
Mutiny In Outer Space- An expedition to the lunar ice caves contracts a deadly moon-fungus. Stopping en route they contaminate a space station with the fungus, which soon begins to take over the entire place. Great Sci-Fi classic. (1966)
Navy vs. The Night Monsters- Plant creatures with acid in the veins attempt to take over the world. But they have to first get by Mamie Van Doren. Classic 60’s sci-fi invasion adventure. (1966) see photos in our photo gallery…click here…
Night Caller From Outer Space- Uncut British import version. An egg-shaped object that was sent to Jupiter is discovered by scientist John Saxon. The egg is a matter transferrer for an alien monster. (1965)
Night Of The Blood Beast- Long rumored to be the inspiration for Alien. An astronaut returns from earth dead, but is revived by an ugly crusty faced alien who likes to decapitate people. The monster has implanted cells in the revived astronaut making him a breeding source for new aliens. The executive producer was Roger Corman. Some early grisly effects for a 50’s horror hit. (1958)
Outer Touch- Low-budget aliens (three nice-looking women and a gay computer voice-over) crash-land in England and abduct four earthlings. (1979)
Panic In The Year Zero- A nuclear attack leaves Los Angeles in chaos and ignites panic throughout the city. Trying to escape the disaster, a family heads for their usual vacation spot only to encounter a group of hoodlums along the way. Stars Ray Milland and Frankie Avalon. A very hard-to-find title. (1962)
Phantom From Space- Classic 50�s sci-fi. An alien being lands in Santa Monica. Killing two people who attacked him due to the menacing appearance of his spacesuit, the creature takes it off while being pursued by government authorities, revealing him to be invisible. (1953)
Primal Impulse- Stars Klaus Kinski. An abandoned astronaut with an “unusually loud mental scream” shrieks across space and takes control of the mind of a young Earth woman. (1974)
Projected Man- A scientist experimenting with matter transmission from place to place by means of a laser beam suddenly decides to use himself as a test specimen. But the process goes awry, and one side of his body becomes hideously deformed and instantly lethal to anyone it touches. Classic 60’s horror in widescreen format. (1967)
Psychotronic Man- A man gets telekinetic powers from aliens, the ability to will people to die. He begins exercising that power. (1980)
Queen Of Outer Space- Classic 50�s camp sci-fi starring Zsa Zsa Gabor!!! Three American astronauts are on the first manned mission to Venus, and when they arrive, they find the planet to be inhabited solely by women with high heels and short dresses. Unfortunately, they are immediately imprisoned, for the queen who rules Venus hates men. (1958)
Robowar- Directed by Bruno Mattei. A clone/mix of PREDATOR and ROBOCOP gone nuts jungle flick with an international cast, exotic locale and good electronic music. Great action and gore. (1988) SEE THIS FILMS REVIEW IN OUR MOVIE REVIEW SECTION…
Slime People- Infamous “Z” movie about creatures living is a fog bank that surrounds a city and hardens, stopping anyone from entering or leaving. Stars Robert Hutton andLes Tremayne. (1963)
SNAKE WOMAN- A scientist uses snake venom on his wife to cure her mental illness, but when she dies giving childbirth, her daughter has reptilian qualities. (1961) see photos in our photo gallery…click here…
Snow Creature- Directed by W. Lee Wilder, brother of noted director Billy Wilder. Story of the Abominable snowman of the Himalayas that nabs the wife of a botanist, which leads to its capture and journey to L.A., where it escapes its captors. A very rare print. (1954)
Space Children-A glowing brain-like creature arrives on a beach near a rocket test site via a teleportation beam. The alien communicates telepathically with the children of scientists. The kids start doing the alien’s bidding as the adults try to find out what’s happening to their unruly offspring. Classic 50’s sci-fi. (1958)
Space Master X-7- Fungus off the helm of a space probe mixes with blood and becomes a “Blood Rust”, an out-of-control blob monster. Watch for a cameo appearance by Moe Howard (The 3 Stooges) as a cab driver. (1958)
Space Monster- Direct from the Creature Feature shows of the 60’s and 70’s. A ship is launched and knocked off-course by a atmospheric storm. They end landing on a mysterious planet of all water, where they encounter giant sea creatures. Nostalgic fun. (1965) see photos in our photo gallery…click here…
Space Wolf- Widescreen, German Language w/English subtitles. Directed by Timo Rose. A group of seven criminals must participate in an anti-aggression seminar in the forests. Upon their arrival, they are besieged by a horrible creature that mutilates and kills. This creature hunts the group and kills themcruelly. (2003) SEE THIS FILMS REVIEW IN OUR MOVIE REVIEW SECTION…
Terror Beneath The Sea- A mad doctor, the ruler of an underwater city, turns humans into water-breathing cyborgs. Stars Shinichi (Sonny) Chiba. (1966)
Terror From The Year 5000 (aka Cage Of Doom)- Scientists on a remote island experiment with a time machine and receive a very beautiful woman from the future. She disguises herself as a nurse and uses her strange powers to control unsuspecting victims. Can she be stopped in time? (1956)
Terror Of The Disgusting Worms From Outer Space- In German language with English subtitles!!! Here’s a rare one. Apocalyptic spraying blood and nudity with fun action sequences and lots of those pesky killer worms. A bit shaky pre-opening credits then clears up. A bizarre nightmare of blood and violence shot tongue in cheek with punk rock soundtrack. Also see other “worm” film “Disgusting Space Worms Eat Everyone”. (1985)
The Clone Master- In order to test the validity of his experiments on cloning, a scientist makes clones of himself, but it causes problems that he didn’t foresee. (1978)
The Crawling Eye- Late 50’s classic starring Forrest Tucker. A mysterious cloud hovering over a mountaintop contains aliens that begin killing the climbers. Slowly the cloud starts making its way down to the village below. Great classic 50’s sci-fi/ horror. This is the uncut European version. (1958)
The Cremators- An alien life form that is a huge ball of living matter invades earth, and replenishes itself by absorbing people. (1972)
The Cyclops- The man-thing huge as a dinosaur in a horrendous land of nature gone bad! An expedition to Mexico finds and does battle with a mutated 25-foot man with one big eye. Special Effects and Directed by Bert I. Gordon. (1957)
The Dark- Stars Cathy Lee Crosby and was originally to be directed by Tobe Hooper. Crosby plays a television reporter investigating a series of decapitations committed by a walking corpse that may be an alien. Great special effects. (1979)
The Eye Creatures- Another camp gem from director Larry Buchanan, this time remaking 1957’s “Invasion Of The Saucermen”. Action takes place where kids making out on lovers’ lane try to outwit Buchanan’s versions of “Saucermen”. If you’re a fan of camp films, this is a must have for your collection. (1965)
The Flying Saucer- The CIA sends playboy Mike Trent to Alaska with agent Vee Langley, posing as his “nurse,” to investigate flying saucer sightings. At first, installed in a hunting lodge, the two play in the wilderness. But then they sight a saucer. Investigating, our heroes clash with an inept gang of Soviet spies, also after the saucer secret. (1950)
The Giant Claw- Often called one of the worst movies ever made. A giant bird, which looks like a half-eaten Thanksgiving turkey on a wire, causes numerous airliner crashes. This movie falls under the category “it’s so bad, it’s good”. A camp classic not to be missed. (1957)
The Green Slime- U.S.-Japanese science fiction set aboard the space station Gamma III. A returning space exploration ship returns with alien amoeba attached to the wings, which quickly grow into small, land squids with eight arms and one eye. Film made lots of money when released. (1969)
The Green Slime- Original Japanese Theatrical print, widescreen, in Japanese language.
The Humanoid- Hoping to overthrow his brother as ruler of the planet Metropolis, the evil Graal enlists the help of the insane Dr. Kraspin, who has invented a chemical capable of turning an ordinary person into a perfect soldier. They test this chemical on the pilot Golob, turning the unsuspecting victim into a mindless but indestructible automaton possessing superhuman strength. (1979)
The Immortalizer- A crazed scientist sends out his mutant creations to kidnap young, beautiful men and women to bring back to his lab so he can transplant their brains into the bodies of old, wealthy people. (1991)
The Land Unknown- On a naval expedition to Antarctica, three men and reporter Maggie Hathaway crash-land in a crater 1000 miles below sea level. There, they encounter steamy tropical forest, dinosaurs, carnivorous plants, and human footprints, as Maggie’s clothes become more and more abbreviated. (1957)
The Last War- Japanese Science Fiction in English language. Known in Japan as Sekai Daisenso, the story is about the possibilities of World War III beginning. Scenes of famous landmarks and buildings exploding to bits provide a good special effects highlight. Comes with original trailer. (1961)
The Mysterians- UNCUT JAPANESE THEATRICAL PRINT WIDESCREEN W/ENGLISH SUBTITLES.- Aliens arrive on Earth and ask permission to be given a certain tract of land for their people to live on. But when they are discovered to be invaders, responsible for the giant robot that is destroying cities, the armed forces attempt to stop them with every weapon available. (1957)
The Terrornauts- A British sci-fi film about an alien starship intent upon destroying Earth. After the aliens kidnap a group of scientists and take them to a deserted planet, the men find a way to save Earth from being blown to bits. (1967)
The Turkish E.T. (Badi) – Turkish Language. Creepy, sometimes hilarious rip-off of “E.T.”, done Turkish-style. (1983)
The Turkish Star Trek- Here it is!!! A Turkish language only film of the beloved Star Trek. Ripped-off even down to using the same theme music. A must have.
The Turkish Star Wars (Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam)- Turkish version of “Star Wars” in Turkish Language only!!!
Time Travelers- A time travel experiment that was supposed to produce a window into time turns out to be a portal instead. One of the experimenters steps through into a not-too-distant-future world that has been destroyed by nuclear war. Some of the others follow, but then the portal phases out and they can’t get back. (1964)
Trapped By Television- Rare 30’s Sci-Fi! An inventor looking for backing for his television invention gets involved with a crooked businessman and gangsters who try to steal his invention. Extremely rare. (1936)
Unearthly Stranger- John Neville wakes up to discover that his wife sleeps with her eyes open. Her peculiar traits increase- until Neville realizes he has married an alien, sent to Earth to kill scientists in a special space project. A rare treat. (1963)
Unhuman- Thai Language w/English subtitles. When a sudden meteor shower rains down upon the lush Thai jungle, the astronomical phenomenon triggers a series of earthly events. Clues begin pointing to an evil scientist dabbling in the black-market human-organ trade. A police detective and a genetics expert investigate the murders–only to discover that the real killers may not be of this earth. (2004)
Unknown Island- Classic Sci-fi. Adventure-seeker Ted Osborne has convinced his girlfriend Carole to finance his expedition to an uncharted South Pacific island supposedly populated with dinosaurs. (1948)
Vampire Men Of The Lost Planet- Sci-fi camp classic directed by Al Adamson. When vampires from another planet start attacking Earth, and expedition led by John Carradine is sent to the planet where they find dinosaurs, cave people and “Spectrum X”. This great camp film has everything but the kitchen sink. (1971)
Varrow Mission (aka Alien Teen)- Local teenagers are holding a Halloween party at a supposedly “haunted” old mill, but find out that one of the partygoers who is dressed as an alien is actually a real alien. (1978)
Voyage To The End Of The Universe- A giant spaceship carrying colonists to a new planet runs into unexpected troubles on its journey, ranging from encounters with abandoned alien craft to malfunctioning onboard computers and tensions among its crew and passengers. (1964)
Voyage To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women- Mamie Van Doren stars as a leader of a tribe of beautiful alien amazons that inhabit the beaches of Venus. Many dangers are encountered including a giant pterodactyl. (1968)
Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet- In the year 2020, cosmonaut Marcia ( Faith Domergue) orbits the planet Venus while two astronauts and a robot journey on the surface. The explorers are attacked by prehistoric beasts, and then nearly lose their robot (and their lives!) in a volcanic eruption that engulfs the planet. (1965)
War Of The Robots- Italian science-fiction about a race of robots that kidnap a beautiful woman. A squad of robot jocks slip into warp drive in pursue across the galaxies, meeting weird aliens. Dubbed in English. Stars Antonio Sabato. (1978)
World Without End- Rare Sci-Fi. Four astronauts returning from mankind’s first mission to Mars enter a time warp and crash on a 26th Century Earth devastated by atomic war. (1956)
Yog- Monster From Space (aka Space Amoeba)- Japanese Language w/English subtitles. This Japanese sci-fi production depicts an alien amoeba that comes from outer space on the hull of a space probe. It infects various life forms on Earth, turning them into giant, monster creations. (1971)
Zeram- (a fugitive E.T. from another galaxy), which has a strange mushroom-like flattop from which a snake with a human head emerges. As fights go on and on, the creature mutates into other forms. Great visuals and special effects. (1991)
Zontar, The Thing From Venus- Writer-director Larry Buchanan’s� version of Roger Cormans’ “ It Conquered The World”. John Agar stars as a scientists opposing an alien creature that can dominate the human mind. Another grade “Z” from Buchanan. (1968)