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Sci Fi RAINBOW MAN RAINBOW MAN

(1949) Keiju Kobayashi, Teruko Akatsuki, Katsuko Wakasugi, Den Obinata. A forgotten horror/sci-fi classic!  Considered by some historians as the first Japanese sci-fi film, though the sci-fi elements are, admittedly, somewhat slight.  A young woman becomes the prime suspect in a murder mystery. Her gal pal and boyfriend set out to prove her innocence.  They soon end up in a forlorn, out of the way house filled with mystery and dread...


$16.95
Sci Fi BOOBY TRAP BOOBY TRAP

(1956) Tony Quinn, Sydney Tafler, Patti Morgan, Harry Fowler.  An eccentric scientist creates a new explosive device that uses sound (in this case, the sound of Big Ben striking the hour) as a detonator.  He places an explosive charge, along with a miniature version of his new detonator device, into several ordinary pens.  Unfortunately, one of his pens falls into the hands of drug dealers.  What follows is an intricate tale of crime and intrigue with many twists and turns...  


$16.95
Sci Fi PATHFINDERS IN SPACE PATHFINDERS IN SPACE

(1960, Upgraded 1/12/23) Peter Williams, Harold Goldblatt, Gerald Flood, Gillian Ferguson. A seven-part mini-series about a trip to the moon and all the dangers involved.  It’s good old fashioned space opera, even if the special effects are a bit crude.  It starts with four scientists taking off for the moon.  A second rocket, an auto-piloted supply ship, is to follow.  However, when the auto pilot goes awry on the supply ship, it must be manually flown or the explorers will die in space...


$16.95
Sci Fi GAPPA, THE TRIPHIBIAN MONSTER—Anamorphic Widescreen GAPPA, THE TRIPHIBIAN MONSTER—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1967, upgraded 4/1/24) Tamio Kawachi, Yuji Okada, Yôko Yamamoto.  An expedition journeys to a remote island in the South Pacific.  There they find natives who worship a mysterious god named Gappa. After an earthquake opens an under-earth cavern, a monstrous egg is discovered, which gives birth to a giant baby reptile...  


$16.95
Sci Fi FLASHMAN—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition FLASHMAN—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1967) Paul Stevens, Claudie Lange, John Heston. Every so often we come across a movie that is so bad it nearly defies description.  Flashman is one of those movies.  Flashman is actually a spoiled British Royal who doesn’t have any superpowers or gadgetry whatsoever—so what’s the point of the costume?  There are lots of villains running around, including a mafiosa type guy who kills a scientist for his invisibility formula, then robs banks while he’s invisible... 


$16.95
Sci Fi WILLI TOBLER AND THE DESTRUCTION OF THE 6th FLEET WILLI TOBLER AND THE DESTRUCTION OF THE 6th FLEET

(1972) Alfred Edel, Helga Skalla, Curt Jurgens, Hark Bohm.  This futuristic piece of sci-fi was was originally made as a TV movie.  Willi (Edel) wants to get away from the horrors of galactic war, even if it means leaving his family.   He ends up becoming a PR man for a big wig in the space fleet...


$16.95
Sci Fi STRANGER, THE STRANGER, THE

(1973) Glenn Corbett, Cameron Mitchell, Lew Ayres, Sharon Acker, Dean Jagger, George Colouris.  Corbett plays an astronaut who, after a mishap in space that leaves his fellow astronauts dead, finds himself in a strange medical center where no one is able to give him any answers.  After escaping, he soon realizes he’s no longer on Earth but a similar planet...


$16.95
Sci Fi OVERLORDS OF THE UFO OVERLORDS OF THE UFO

(1977) W. Gordon Allen, Juan Fava, Uri Geller, Trevor Constable. This film was one of a plethora of sci-fi and horror exploitation documentaries to come out in the wake of Chariots of the Gods. In this one, we’re led to believe that UFOs may actually be visiting us from another dimension.  There are lots of supposedly “authentic” UFO occurrences...


$16.95
Sci Fi MYSTERIOUS ISLAND MYSTERIOUS ISLAND

(1941) Aleksey Krasnopolsky, Pavel Kiyansky, A. Andriyenko-Zemskov.  This is a terrific Russian version of the classic Jules Verne science fiction-adventure tale.  Five fugitives escape from a mob during the middle of a Civil War battle by stealing a hot air balloon.  They soon find themselves deposited on a crag-riddled island filled with peril, including wild apes marauding pirates, and a primitive caveman...


$16.95
Sci Fi WHAT A WHOPPER! WHAT A WHOPPER!

(1958) Adam Faith, Sidney James, Carole Lesley, Terence Longdon, Clive Dunn, Charles Hawtrey.  This is a fine little British adventure-comedy with a nice touch of science fiction at the film’s climax.  A down on his luck writer thinks he’s hit the jackpot when he decides to write a book about the Loch Ness Monster...


$16.95
Sci Fi MOREL'S INVENTION—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition MOREL'S INVENTION—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1976) Giulio Brogi, Anna Karina, John Steiner.  A castaway arrives on a strange island with high, rocky cliffs. He stumbles upon a futuristic set of buildings, which are fabulous in design and interior contents.  Upon closer examination he discovers that everything is covered with dust—the buildings have been deserted for many years.  Then strange things start happening...


$16.95
Sci Fi FILIBUS FILIBUS

FILIBUS (1915) Cristina Ruspoli, Mario Mariani, Giovanni Spano, Filippo Vallino.  Great early silent super-criminal film with sci-fi elements.  Ruspoli is the sinister sky pirate, Filibus, who pulls off amazing robberies with her super-science airship. When she’s pursued by top-of-the-line detective Mariani, she initiates a  series of...


$16.95
Sci Fi WORLD WILL TREMBLE, THE WORLD WILL TREMBLE, THE

THE WORLD WILL TREMBLE (1939, upgraded 3/29/23) Erich Von Stroheim, Claude Dauphin, Madeleine Sologne, Armand Bernard, Robert Le Vigan, Henri Guisol.  In one of the best sc-fi films of the 1930s, Von Stroheim plays a wealthy financier who has funded the experiments of a scientist played by Dauphin, who has perfected a machine that can predict the exact date of your death...


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Sci Fi PATHFINDERS TO VENUS PATHFINDERS TO VENUS

PATHFINDERS TO VENUS (1961, Upgraded 1/19/23) Gerald Flood, George Colouris, Pamela Barney, Graydon Gould, Hester Cameron.  Returning from their trip to Mars, the crew of MR4 intercept a distress signal from Captain Wilson, a U.S astronaut, and must change course for Venus to attempt a space rescue. But through the space periscope, Brown sees what appears to be a city on the planet’s surface...


$16.95
Sci Fi ROAD TO THE STARS ROAD TO THE STARS

ROAD TO THE STARS (1957) Georgi Solovyov, directed by Pavel Klushantsev.  A landmark man-into-space film from the man who gave us Planet of Storms.  The first half of this short 50-minute feature is mainly about the soviet space program, focusing on scientific contributions of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky and other famous soviet scientists.  However, in the second half, the film turns into a science fiction film, with many great outer space scenes...


$16.95
Sci Fi WIND VELOCITY 75 METERS—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition WIND VELOCITY 75 METERS—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

WIND VELOCITY 75 METERS—Widescreen Edition (1963) Ken Utsui, Jirô Tamiya, Junko Kanô, Hideo Takamatsu.  Set around the Japanese city of Ginza, this film is a classic disaster movie with a mixture of drama, corporate intrigue, and crime. A reporter (Ken Utsui) investigates a homicide in Tokyo’s bustling construction scene, meanwhile a super typhoon is brewing in the Pacific and Ginza is square in its sights!  


$16.95
Sci Fi BIG MESS, THE BIG MESS, THE

THE BIG MESS (1971) Vinzenz Sterr, Maria Sterr, Sigi Graue, Henrike Fürst.  One of the more unique sci-fi films we’ve ever released.  The setting is deep space in the year 2034.  Space operations are run by greedy corporations. Two not so bright astronauts leave a trail of shady deals, outer space smuggling, and spaceship wrecking...


$16.95
Sci Fi RIP VAN WYK RIP VAN WYK

RIP VAN WYK (1960, aka RIP VAN WINKLE) Jamie Uys, Wynona Cheyney, Willem Loots.  This movie has little to do with the Rip Van Winkle story.  It’s actually a time travel movie. Set in 1859, Uys hurtles 100 years into the future.  He awakens, un-aged, in 1959—a strange, modern world.  The film gives a very interesting perspective about how someone from the past would react to all things modern—automobiles, radios, TVs, clothing, etc...


$16.95
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