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Sci Fi STOLEN AIRSHIP, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition STOLEN AIRSHIP, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

THE STOLEN AIRSHIP (1967, Widescreen Edition) Hanus Bor, Jan Cizek, Cestmír Randa, Jan Malat, Michal Pospisil.  A marvelous science fiction epic and a group of children who make off with a futuristic airship from a county fair.  They then set out on a series of amazing exploits, all set against some of the most amazing stop-motion animation you will ever see...


$16.95
Sci Fi KILINK IN ISTANBUL KILINK IN ISTANBUL

KILINK IN ISTANBUL (1967) Irfan Atasoy, Pervin Par, Suzan Avci, Muzaffer Tema.  Kilink is this sinister villain in a weird skeleton suit.  He’s brought back from the dead at the beginning of the movie so he can search for a secret formula that will allow him to basically destroy the world and rule over the tatters that are left behind...  


$16.95
Sci Fi WELCOME TO BLOOD CITY WELCOME TO BLOOD CITY

WELCOME TO BLOOD CITY (1976) Jack Palance, Keir Dullea, Samantha Eggar, Barry Morse.  This oddball film is an interesting mixture of both western and sci-fi elements.  Five people wake up and have no idea who they are or where they’re at.  It turns out they’re in some kind of strange western town where people advance in stature through assassination.  It all, of course, turns out to be part of a scientific experiment...


$16.95
Sci Fi TUNNEL, THE TUNNEL, THE

THE TUNNEL (1933) Jean Gabin, Madeleine Renaud, Robert Le Vigan, Andre Nox.  There’s a big meeting between the world’s fifteen richest industrialists.  A project is launched to build a tunnel from Long Island to Europe.  As the tunnel progresses, its workers are faced with many perils...


$16.95
Sci Fi ONCE IN A NEW MOON ONCE IN A NEW MOON

ONCE IN A NEW MOON (1934) Eliot Makeham, Rene Ray, Morton Selten.  A dead star approaches Earth.  As it passes by, some kind of gravitational pull breaks off a small chunk of the Earth and hurls it into space, where it becomes a new small moon of sorts.  There’s a little coastal town on that chunk, but it takes a while for the villagers to figure out what the hell’s going on...


$16.95
Sci Fi APRIL 1st, 2000 APRIL 1st, 2000

APRIL 1st, 2000 (1952) Hilde Krahl, Josef Meinrad, Judith Holzmeister.  In the year 2000 the world is run by the World Global Union.  Smaller countries are still allowed to have their own puppet governments, but none have total freedom—that is, until Austria’s new President declares his country’s freedom.  But within hours WGU forces are streaking toward Austria...


$16.95
Sci Fi FINAL WAR, THE, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition FINAL WAR, THE, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

THE FINAL WAR—Widescreen Edition (1960) Tatsuo Umemiya, Yoshiko Mita, Yayoi Furusato.  This is a sci-fi nuclear destruction film that fans have been clamoring to see for years.  And though no English subtitles currently exist, the storyline here isn’t all that hard to follow, even if it is in Japanese only. The scenes of nuclear destruction are pretty well done for the time...


$16.95
Sci Fi BATTLE OF THE WORLDS—Special Anamorphic Widescreen Edition BATTLE OF THE WORLDS—Special Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

BATTLE OF THE WORLDS—Special 2-Disc Anamorphic Edition (1961) Claude Rains, Bill Carter, Maya Brent.  This two-disc special edition features a beautiful anamorphic widescreen English language edition on one disc, with the foreign-language anamorphic widescreen edition (with English subtitles) on the other.  The plot is simple but fun: Earth may be destroyed by a runaway planet controlled by a giant computer...


$16.95
Sci Fi SHIKARI SHIKARI

SHIKARI (1963) Ajit, Ragini, K.N. Singh, Helen, Madan Puri.  This is the Indian version of King Kong and it's so bad, that it’s a delight.  The plot involves the efforts to capture King Kong by a circus company. The Circus owners and their scientist adviser take off in a big ship to Kong’s island.  The final scene when Kong storms the native village is mesmerizingly bad...


$16.95
Sci Fi DEVILMAN STORY—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition DEVILMAN STORY—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1967) Guy Madison, Luisa Baratto, Diana Lorys.  Madison is a journalist who gets involved in the search for a leading brain surgeon, who has mysteriously disappeared.  The search takes him to the African desert where they discover Devilman.  Devilman’s plans are simple: using a new brain-transplanting procedure, he intends to rule the world...


$16.95
Sci Fi UNKNOWN MAN OF SHANDIGOR, THE, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition UNKNOWN MAN OF SHANDIGOR, THE, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

THE UNKNOWN MAN OF SHANDIGOR—Widescreen Edition (1966) Daniel Emilfork, Marie-France Boyer, Howard Vernon. This is one of the most unique European sci-fi-intrigue thrillers you will ever see—seriously.  It’s filled with brilliant filmmaking unlike anything you would ever see in other similar films of the era...  


$16.95
Sci Fi DREAM DOCTOR, THE & A TRIP TO THE MOON, Two-Disc Edition DREAM DOCTOR, THE & A TRIP TO THE MOON, Two-Disc Edition

The first disc of this Special Two-DVD Edition contains The Dream Doctor (1936) Julie Suedo Sidney Monckton.  This odd film tells tales of many different characters’ dream experiences and tries to explain them in a paranormal yet scientific way by a woman with strange powers.  The second disc includes A Trip to the Moon (1902) Georges Méliès, Victor André.  This is a short sci-fi classic from early cinema pioneer Méliès.  We've also thrown in trailers and two other short subjects, including Fall of the House of Usher and The Devil's Ball...


$16.95
Sci Fi JOURNEY TO THE MOON JOURNEY TO THE MOON

(1959) Rushdi Abazah, Edmond Tuima. What you’ve got here is all you’d expect in a B&W ‘50s sci-fi film, similar to Missile to the Moon.  You’ve got a scientist who’s built a moon rocket.  He shoots off toward the moon with two stowaways.  There's a big spaceship and a cool robot.  They land on the moon and find a strange race of beautiful women.  After many horrifying and dangerous situations, they launch back toward Earth...


$16.95
Sci Fi MIGHTY JACK MIGHTY JACK

(1968) Hideaki Nitani, Naoko Kubo.  One of the worst movies ever.  Indeed, at a whopping 1.6, Mighty Jack has the lowest IMDB rating we’ve ever seen. Yet in spite of the bad film hoopla, this movie is filled with mindless fun.  It’s got tons of late ‘60s Toho-style special effects with many minatures of flying submarines, rockets, ray guns, etc. The plot has Mighty Jack (a counter-espionage team) fighting to save Earth from “Q,” an organization hellbent on world domination...


$16.95
Sci Fi TIME SLIP—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition TIME SLIP—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1977) Sonny Chiba, Jun Etô.  A squadron of Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers find themselves transported through time to their country's warring states era, when rival samurai clans were battling to become the supreme Shogun. The squad leader, Lt. Iba, sees this as the perfect opportunity to realize his dream of becoming the ruler of Japan...


$16.95
Sci Fi INVISIBLE MAN, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE

(1983) Pip Donaghy, David Gwillim, Lila Kaye, Ron Pember, Merelina Kendall.  This six-part, two-disc mini-series is a vivid retelling of the classic H. G. Wells story and probably comes the closest to the Wells original than any other screen version.  Donaghy is superb as Griffin, the man destined to go mad because of his own fantastic discovery...


$16.95
Sci Fi FLYING SAUCERS OVER ISTANBUL FLYING SAUCERS OVER ISTANBUL

(1955) Orhan Erçin, Zafer Önen, Türkan Samil, Özcan Tekgül, Mirella Monro.  This really isn’t much of a movie, yet somehow it kind of works (5.5 on IMDB).  There’s a flying saucer, a dorky robot, an elixir of life, and a plethora of cheesy alien dames who have come to Earth looking for…you guessed it…men!  And who do they find?  


$16.95
Sci Fi THEY STOLE THE BOMB THEY STOLE THE BOMB

(1961) Eugenia Balaure, Haralambie Boros, Emil Botta, Florin Piersic.  This is perhaps the most surrealistic, offbeat sci-fi film ever made.  It starts with a man accidentally walking into a nuclear test area.  He is apprehended by a squad of men dressed like spacemen, all of whom are holding big ray guns.  He is soon released, but later finds himself the recipient of a fantastic, futuristic suitcase nuclear bomb...


$16.95
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