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Sci Fi PLANET OF DINOSAURS PLANET OF DINOSAURS
Harvey Shain, Mary Aplleseth, Max Thayer, Derna Wylde. Some people worship this film as a minor sci-fi gem, but many look at it as a classic bad movie, ranking up there with many other bad-movie great
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Sci Fi GEISHA GIRL GEISHA GIRL
(1952) William Andrews, Martha Hyer, Archer MacDonald. A lost, completely forgotten sci-fi film. A mad scientist and his Japanese cohorts develop small explosive pills which are more powerful than nuclear bo
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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. Thirteen:  ROBERT SILVERBERG: The Ace Years, Part Three MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. Thirteen: ROBERT SILVERBERG: The Ace Years, Part Three

In our third volume of Robert Silverberg Ace Double novels you get “Invaders from Earth,” a great tale about an outer space scam gone horribly wrong.  In “Collision Course,” the discovery of another, more-advanced race shakes the very foundations of humanity.  “The Silent Invaders” throws one man into the middle of a three-pronged conflict threatening Earth...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. Fourteen:  H.G. Wells, The Amazing Stories Collection, Ultimate Illustrated Edition MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. Fourteen: H.G. Wells, The Amazing Stories Collection, Ultimate Illustrated Edition

When Hugo Gernsback founded Amazing Stories in 1926, he included the works of the great H. G. Wells.  Gernsback reprinted many of Wells’ best science fiction short stories.  So in this collection, in the exact chronological order in which they appeared, is the complete run of the Amazing Stories-H. G. Wells science fiction short story legacy, all with their wonderful original illustrations...


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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...


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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...


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Sci Fi DR. MABUSE VS. SCOTLAND YARD* DR. MABUSE VS. SCOTLAND YARD*
(1963) Peter Van Eyck, Wolfgang Preiss, Klaus Kinski. The spirit of Dr. Mabuse takes over the body of a notable professor. He then begins a new citywide crime wave that baffles even the best detectives fro
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Sci Fi CRAWLING EYE, THE* CRAWLING EYE, THE*
(1958) Forrest Tucker, Janet Munro. An excellent British sci-fi thriller about a group of people in a mountain top resort who are threatened by horrible monsters invading the Earth from outer space...
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Sci Fi MONSTER FROM GREEN HELL MONSTER FROM GREEN HELL
(1957) Jim Davis, Barbara Turner, Eduardo Ciannelli, Robert Griffin. Radiation in a certain region of Africa causes ordinary wasps to mutate into giant monsters that run amok, killing hordes of local
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Sci Fi HALF HUMAN* HALF HUMAN*
(1955) John Carradine, Morris Ankrum. A weird tale about a strange race of japanese abominable snowmen and the attempts by man to capture and exploit them. American scientists Carradine and Ankrum explain wh
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Sci Fi CAT WOMEN OF THE MOON* CAT WOMEN OF THE MOON*
(1953 aka ROCKET TO THE MOON) Sonny Tufts, Marie Windsor, Victor Jory. One of the granddaddies of 50s camp sci-fi. An earth rocket expedition lands on the moon only to find its members captured by a strange race of lunar females...
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Sci Fi F.P.1 DOESN'T ANSWER F.P.1 DOESN'T ANSWER

(1932) Conrad Veldt, Jill Esmond, Leslie Fenton. Right out of Amazing Stories. A gigantic floating platform is built in the mid-Atlantic for use as a oceanic airport. However, its destruction seems imminent...


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Sci Fi LOST ZEPPELIN* LOST ZEPPELIN*
(1929) Ricardo Cortez, Conway Tearle. A little dated, but this early sci-fi talkie has some brilliant visual shots in this tale about an illfated expedition to the south pole aboard a gigantic zeppelin.
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Sci Fi GAMMERA THE INVINCIBLE* GAMMERA THE INVINCIBLE*
(1966) Brian Donlevy, Albert Dekker. Later films in this series were pretty awful, but this first one wasn't bad at all. Climax contains one of the most unique ways ever devised for getting rid of a monste
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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...


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Sci Fi BATTLE BEYOND THE SUN BATTLE BEYOND THE SUN

(1963) Ed Perry, Andy Stewart, Bruce Hunter. Two rival countries race to have the first successful landing on Mars. Some great outer space scenes with really hilarious-looking monsters doing battle against


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Sci Fi WILD WORLD OF BATWOMAN* (aka She was a Hippie Vampire) WILD WORLD OF BATWOMAN* (aka She was a Hippie Vampire)
(1966, aka SHE WAS A HIPPIE VAMPIRE) Katherine Victor, Lloyd Nelson, Bruno VeSota. A landmark in the history of “bad” films. Your mouth will hang open in awe, really. Batwoman and her busty compani
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Sci Fi THIS IS NOT A TEST* THIS IS NOT A TEST*

(1962) Seamon Glass, Mary Morias. Social science fiction at its best. A state trooper stops people along a highway after hearing news of an impending nuclear attack. Good drama as cast members fight and quarrel over what to do before the bombs hit...


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