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Armchair Fiction STRANGE MISSION & RAID ON THE TERMITES STRANGE MISSION & RAID ON THE TERMITES

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  The leadoff novel is “Strange Mission” by sci-fi and fantasy veteran Howard Browne.  Arthur Pendran was like most average joes: young, able and ready to join the war efforts. The only problem was his colorblindness that had prevented any doctor from clearing him for active duty.  The second novel is Paul Ernst’s exciting tale, “The Raid on the Termites.”  Into the tiny corridors of crawling death...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction SURVIVAL & DOUBLE IDENTITY SURVIVAL & DOUBLE IDENTITY

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. Veteran science fiction author Arthur J. Burk’s “Survival” is the lead off tale in this double novel. Was the last of mankind rushing blindly toward its destruction? The second tale in this great double novel is “Double Identity” penned by one of the better science fiction authors of the 20th Century, Raymond Z. Gallun. While humans enjoyed all that life on Earth had to offer, the creatures of the moon were struggling to survive...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction WANING OF A WORLD, THE WANING OF A WORLD, THE

Armchair fiction presents deluxe paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels. W. Elwyn Backus’ great novel, “The Waning of a World” is a classic of interplanetary space travel. Could there be intelligent life on Mars? Maybe…just maybe...


$12.95
Mystery STAKEOUT—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition STAKEOUT—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1958) Minoru Ôki, Takahiro Tamura, Seiji Miyaguchi, Hideko Takamine, Kin Sugai.  Two Tokyo cops board a train.  Their assignment is to find the escaped killer...


$12.95
MOON CONQUERORS, THE MOON CONQUERORS, THE

Armchair Fiction presents R. H. Roman's "The Moon Conquerors," written in 1929 for Hugo Gernsback's Science Wonder Quarterly magazine. Illustrated by Frank R. Paul, it comes complete with a dozen spectacular illustrations. “The Moon Conquerors” is a superb tale of science-fantasy...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction PLANET WITHOUT LOVE & DEAD END KIDS OF SPACE PLANET WITHOUT LOVE & DEAD END KIDS OF SPACE

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. Frank Belknap Long’s “Planet without Love” is the first tale in this double novel. It was a planet where sex and love were crimes of the first magnitude. How long can a girl suppress the romantic desires that are natural to a beautiful and healthy female?  The second tale in this double novel is Frank M. Robinson’s “The Dead End Kids of Space.” It would one day be called, “The Great Interplanetary Heist!” Peter Johnson was a brilliant scientist who was just starting to make his mark...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction DIMENSIONS UNLIMITED & QUEST IN TIME, THE DIMENSIONS UNLIMITED & QUEST IN TIME, THE

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. This double novel’s first tale is Berkeley Livingston’s “Dimensions Unlimited.” They had an all-expenses paid trip to another dimension!  The second great tale is “The Quest in Time” written by all-time science fiction great, Edmond Hamilton. They were time traveling for ancient treasure...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction ABYSS, THE & INVADERS FROM THE VOID ABYSS, THE & INVADERS FROM THE VOID
Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first of our two novels David H. Keller’s “The Abyss.” Bustling streets full of people, honking yellow taxis, hollering newspaper boys, and the smell of hot dog carts under a magnificent, ever growing city skyline encapsulates the chaotic beauty of New York City. But as good things come to an end.  The second novel is “Invaders from the Void” by Amazing Stories’ Russell Branch. They called it the “Creeping Death.” The fungus started as a few spores but quickly engulfed Earth in an orange dystopian blaze of death...

$12.95
Action Adventure Thrillers JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY—Special 2-Disc Edition JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY—Special 2-Disc Edition

(1959, Anamorphic Widescreen) Debra Paget, Paul Hubschmid, Walter Reyer, Claus Holm, Sabine Bethmann.  As far as we know, Fritz Lang’s Journey to the Lost City has not been seen in an anamorphic format since its Colorscope release by AIP in 1960...


$12.95
NO SURVIVORS PLEASE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition NO SURVIVORS PLEASE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

 (1962) Maria Perschy, Robert Cunningham, Uwe Friedrichsen, Karen Blanguernon, Gustavo Rojo.  Earth is in great peril.  Invading aliens attempt conquest by taking over peoples’ bodies at death.  They then use them as tools for their invasion plans...


$16.95
Horror DEMON OF OE MOUNTAIN, THE,   Anamorphic Widescreen Edition DEMON OF OE MOUNTAIN, THE, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1960) Ichikawa Raizo, Katsu Shintaro, Hasegawa Kazuo, Hongo Kojiro. What a remarkable fantasy-horror-adventure film! A beautiful female demon comes to control the soul of a mighty samurai warrior who has abandoned his wife because she was taken by another warrior. Together—along with a small army of cutthroats—they plan the takeover...


$16.95
Sci Fi TUNNEL UNDER THE WORLD TUNNEL UNDER THE WORLD

 (1966) Ronald Hines, Petra Davie, Peter Madden, Gay Hamilton, Peter Madden Timothy Bateson.  Hines is haunted by the same dream every night, a dream in which he dies during a massive explosion at a chemical plant.  His wife, too, is haunted by similar dreams.  And why do they seem to be reliving the same 24 hours, with slight variations, day after day...


$16.95
Sci Fi UNDER THE MOUNTAIN—Two-Disc Edition UNDER THE MOUNTAIN—Two-Disc Edition

(1981) Kirsty Wilkinson, Lance Warren, Roy Leywood, William Johnson, Glynis McNicoll, Noel Trevarthn, William Ewens.  This is an amazing mini-series (8.1 rating on IMDB).  Two three-year old twins, a boy and a girl, are lost in the cold New Zealand woods.  Search parties are unable to find them.  They are saved by a strange glow from the sky...


$16.95
Sci Fi PHANTOM PLANET, THE—35mm Anamorphic Widescreen Edition PHANTOM PLANET, THE—35mm Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1961) Dean Fredericks, Coleen Gray, Dolores Faith, Anthony Dexter, Francis X Bushman, Richcard Kiel.  There is something ultimately likable about this underrated sci-fi B-opus.  Astronaut Fredericks is stranded on a “phantom” planetoid. There he finds a race of miniature people menaced by a fleet of marauding alien monsters who attack in their flaming spaceships. This film is loaded with...


$16.95
Sci Fi SAMPO—SPECIAL 2-DISC EDITION (aka Day the Earth Froze) SAMPO—SPECIAL 2-DISC EDITION (aka Day the Earth Froze)

(1959, aka Day the Earth Froze) (1959) Urho Somersalmi, Anna Orochko, Ivan Voronov, Andris Osins, Ada Voytsik. A superb Finnish 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...


$16.95
Sci Fi RAIDERS OF ATLANTIS—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition RAIDERS OF ATLANTIS—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1983) Christopher Connelly, Gioia Scola, Tony King, Ivan Rassimov, Stefano Mingardo, Bruce Baron, George Hilton. Scientists work to raise a sunken Russian nuclear submarine off the coast of Florida.  In doing so, they unearth an ancient Atlantean relic.  Soon a massive event is triggered...


$16.95
Sci Fi STARMAN, VOL. ONE STARMAN, VOL. ONE

(1957) Ken Utsui, Junko Ikeuchi, Minoru Takada.  Over 100 minutes of mindless Japanese superhero sci-fi fun.  This two-disc set is in Japanese with no subtitles but the plots are so simple that it’s pretty darn easy to figure out what’s going on.  Our hero, Starman, battles enemy agents galore, all the while befriending a group of school children and concerned adults.  There are lots of lab scenes, fistfights, and...


$16.95
Horror SOLITAIRE SOLITAIRE

SOLITAIRE (1951) Margaret Field, Gertrude Michael, directed by Frank Wisbar.  A young actress finds a strange woman playing solitaire in her apartment.  What are the sinister, supernatural implications of this?  At first she is angry, then a feeling of unexplainable fear begins to set in.  Wisbar directs with flare as Field and Michael go toe to toe...


$16.95
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