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Sci Fi IRON FIST: THE GIANTS ARE COMING IRON FIST: THE GIANTS ARE COMING

 (1970) Enver Özer, Feri Cansel, Süleyman Turan, Orçun Alkan, Altan Günbay.  A wonderfully awful, grade-Z Turkish superhero film, whose badness is so enticing you’ll find yourself watching it all the way through in one sitting—and you’ll be amazed at yourself for doing it...


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Sci Fi MAN WHO THOUGHT LIFE, THE MAN WHO THOUGHT LIFE, THE

(1969, Anamorphic Widescreen) John Price, Preben Neergaard, Lotte Tarp, Lars Lunøe.  In what is truly the most remarkable science fiction film we’ve released in years, Price plays a seemingly insane millionaire placed in an asylum after dangling a wiggling mouse in front of passersby and screaming crazed questions about the rodent’s physical reality.  In his cell, though, odd items begin to appear...


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Sci Fi NEW BARBARIANS, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen NEW BARBARIANS, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1983, Anamorphic Widescreen) Giancarlo Prete, Fred Williamson, George Eastman, Anna Kannakis.  Giancarlo and Fred are wandering mercenaries who help the survivors of a post-apocalypse fight off a group of evil homosexual biker dudes...


$16.95
Sci Fi NIGHT CALLER, THE—Anamorphic Edition NIGHT CALLER, THE—Anamorphic Edition

(1965, Anamorphic Edition) John Saxon, Maurice Denhand, Patricia Haines, Alfred Burke.  A monstrous alien creature from Ganymede comes to Earth looking for young Earth females.  Why? To kidnap them...


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Sci Fi PROFESSOR LUND, DOCTOR OF DEATH PROFESSOR LUND, DOCTOR OF DEATH

(1959) Ewald Balser, Wolfgang Preiss, Barbara Rütting, Cornell Borchers, Wolfgang Kieling, Karin Baal.  Balser is a mad scientist conducting weird transplant experiments in the lab at his secluded chateau.  Preiss is the doctor he lures into helping him, not knowing that the cadavers used in the procedures are...


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Sci Fi SILVER DUST SILVER DUST

(1953) Mikhail Bolduman, Sofiya Pilyavskaya, Valentina Ushakova, Nikolai Timofeyev. This obscure Soviet sci-fi film (made at the height of the Cold War) is unique because the setting is in the U.S.  Bolduman  plays a scientist whose first allegiance is money, rather than science.  With a big profit motive in mind, he invents a mighty new weapon of mass destruction—a deadly radioactive powder...


$16.95
Sci Fi STRANGER IN THE FAMILY STRANGER IN THE FAMILY

(1965) Richard O'Callaghan, Justine Lord, Eric Lander, Peter Copley.  In this brilliant British made-for TV feature, a young man called 'Boy' (no relation to Tarzan) is born with no fingernails.  He’s gifted with a brain that eventually enables him to exert mind control over others...


$16.95
Sci Fi TOBOR AND THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE TOBOR AND THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE

(1956) Tommy Terrell, Arthur Space, Bruce Cowling, Gavin Gordon. Terrell and his robot, Tobor, land aboard an atomic sub that’s been heisted by criminals.  The sub also has a ticking bomb on board and has been targeted for a nuclear strike!  Gordon (Bride of Frankenstein) has a nice part as a madman who wants to rule the world.  A little schlocky but good fun.  


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Sci Fi TOMORROW I'LL WAKE UP AND SCALD MYSELF WITH TEA TOMORROW I'LL WAKE UP AND SCALD MYSELF WITH TEA

(1977, Anamorphic Widescreen) Petr Kostka, Jirí Sovák, Vladimír Mensík, Vlastimil Brodský.  This is a brilliant Czech-made sci-fi comedy with many great moments.  A former Nazi, now living in the 1990s by virtue of anti-aging pills, plans to travel through time to 1944 Germany and present Hitler with a hydrogen bomb so the Nazis can win the war...


$16.95
Sci Fi WAR GAME, THE WAR GAME, THE

 (1966) Michael Aspel, Peter Graham, Dave Baldwin, Kathy Staff.  This amazing docu-drama is about the aftermath of a nuclear attack on Britain.  It pulls no punches.  There are scenes of destruction, radiation poisoning, food riots, etc. that will leave a lasting impression...


$16.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Stephen Murray, June Thorburn, Alan Wheatley, John Carson, Jack Watson.  Murray gives a fine, low-key performance as a defecting Russian scientist who goes to work at a British nuclear experimentation lab, working on a neutron ray.  But is he loyal to the crown?...


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Spies Espionage and Intrigue MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1968, Anamorphic Widescreen) George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Grit Boettcher, Herbert Stass, Robert Fuller.  In the opening scene, Robert Fuller terrorizes a bunch of lovely, partially undressed girls in their dressing room.  Nader (as agent Jerry Cotton) smashes through a window and saves the girls, who then shower him with compliments. This sets the tone for the film as Cotton sets out to solve numerous killings...


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Spies Espionage and Intrigue OH! THOSE MOST SECRET AGENTS—Anamorphic Widescreen OH! THOSE MOST SECRET AGENTS—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Ingrid Schoeller, Carla Calò, directed by Lucio Fulci.  It’s those crazy Italians again, Franchi and Ingrassia, whom you loved in 002—Operation Moon.  This time the boys take up the spy trade when they’re mistaken for KGB agents...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal REVENGE OF THE CRUSADER—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition REVENGE OF THE CRUSADER—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1964) Alberto Lupo, María José Alfonso, Beni Deus, Stephen Forsyth.  After his wedding to the beautiful Alfonso, Lupo sets out to join the crusades, leaving his beautiful new bride in the care of one of his trusted friends.  What he doesn’t know is that his “pal” has his own desires for the fair maiden...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK—35mm English Edition SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK—35mm English Edition

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Ray Danton, Franca Bettoia, Guy Madison, Mario Petri, Mino Doro.  Ray Danton, as Sandokan, is perfectly cast as the dashing warrior and do-gooder. In this lively film, Sandokan’s beautiful future wife, Samoa (Bettoia) is kidnapped, hidden in a cave, and held under a hypnotic spell by her evil cousin, who seeks revenge against Sandokan...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal SIGFRIDO—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition SIGFRIDO—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1957) Sebastian Fischer, Ilaria Occhini, Rolf Tasna, Katharina Mayberg, Georgio Costantini. A retelling of the legend of Siegfried, who slayed a dragon and bathed in its blood to become nearly invincible.  Siegfried then travels to Burgandy where he wins the heart of the King’s daughter, Krimhilde...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal TITANS, THE—35mm English Edition TITANS, THE—35mm English Edition

(1962, Anamorphic Widescreen) Giuliano Gemma, Jacqueline Sassard, Pedro Armendáriz, Antonella Lualdi, Serge Nubret. This great sword & sandal film is filled with fantastic elements and supernatural creatures, including a cyclops and a gorgon.  Gemma plays Crius, the youngest of the Greek titans, all of whom are imprisoned by the gods.  Freedom for him and his brothers is promised in return for...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY—Special 2-Disc Edition WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY—Special 2-Disc Edition

(1966-1967, Anamorphic Widescreen) Karin Dor, Uwe Beyer, Rolf Henniger, Herbert Lom, Siegfried Wischnewski, Maria Marlow, Christian Rode, Hans von Borsody, Terence Hill, Fred Williams, directed by Harald Reinl. Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy was originally released in the U.S. as a single feature film.  However, like Fritz Lang’s Journey to the Lost City, it was culled from two separate films...


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