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Killers From Space (1954)
Dr. Douglas Martin is a scientist working on atomic bomb tests. While collecting aerial data on an Air Force atomic blast at Soledad Flats, his plane crashes. He survives the crash unhurt, walking back to the air base with no memory of what happened, except for a strange scar on his chest. At the base hospital, he acts so strangely that the authorities bring in the FBI, thinking he may be an impostor. He is ... more >>

Things To Come (1936)
Things to Come sets out a future history from 1940 to 2036. (In the screenplay, or "treatment" that Wells published in 1935 before the film was released, the story ends in the year "A.D. 2054.".) It is set in the fictional British city of 'Everytown'. Successful businessman John Cabal (Raymond Massey) cannot enjoy Christmas Day, 1940, with the ominous news of possible war. His guest Harding (Maurice Braddell) shares his worries, but over-optimistic friend Passworthy ... more >>

Warning From Space (1963)
A small ship travels to a rotating space station. Aboard the station, a group of starfish-like beings discuss how to warn humans of an impending disaster, deciding on contacting Japanese scientist Dr. Kumara. Meanwhile, flying saucers are spotted over the skies of Tokyo, baffling scientists. A journalist tries to get a statement from Dr. Kumara about the sightings, but Kumara replies that there is not enough evidence to formulate a hypothesis. At an observatory, Professor ... more >>

The Brain that Wouldn't Die (1962)
Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers) is a successful surgeon who has just saved a patient pronounced dead in the emergency room — a patient of his father's (Bruce Brighton) — with an unorthodox surgical method. After the younger Cortner and his beautiful fiancée Jan Compton (Virginia Leith) are involved in a fiery car accident that decapitates Jan, Cortner collects her severed head and rushes it to his home basement laboratory, where he revives it and ... more >>

Doomsday Machine (1972)
A spy (Essie Lin Chia) discovers that the Chinese government has created a doomsday device (the "key" to which, "only Chairman Mao has") capable of destroying the Earth and it will be activated in 72 hours. Soon after, Astra – a two year return mission to Venus by the United States Space Program – has its time of launch speeded up and half of the male flight crew are replaced by women shortly before take-off, ... more >>

Monster (1980 film)
Monstroid is a 1980 American film directed by Kenneth Hartford. It was originally titled Monster when the film was first announced in 1975 and again in 1977, and suffered numerous cast changes (most notably Keenan Wynn who was still billed on some early video releases). The film was eventually released in 1980 as Monstroid, and is also known as Monstroid: It Came from the Lake (American DVD box title) and The Toxic Horror (American alternative ... more >>

Curse of Bigfoot
Curse of Bigfoot is a 1976 American film directed by Dave Flocker.A high school biology class receives a visitor, who is a good friend of their teacher. He tells them of an encounter that he and their teacher had 15 years before while searching for Indian artifacts in the nearby mountains. They find a mummified corpse in a cave that resembles a rough-hewn statue. The mummy is brought back to their lodge and breaks out ... more >>

Demon (disambiguation)
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Little Shop of Horrors
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Killers from Space
Killers from Space (a.k.a. The Man Who Saved the Earth) is a 1954 independently made American black-and-white science fiction film, produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder (brother of Billy Wilder), that stars Peter Graves, Barbara Bestar, Frank Gerstle, James Seay, and Steve Pendleton. The film originated from an original, commissioned screenplay by his son Myles Wilder and their regular collaborator William Raynor.Lee Wilder's production company, Planet Filmplays, usually producing on a financing-for-distribution basis for ... more >>

War of the Monsters
War of the Monsters is a 3D fighting game for the PlayStation 2 developed by Incognito Entertainment and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game was released on January 14, 2003 in North America and April 17, 2003 in Europe. It was later released in Japan on March 25, 2004.The game is set in the aftermath of an alien invasion of Earth where their hazardous fuels have spawned giant monsters that battle one another in ... more >>

Gappa: The Triphibian Monster
Gappa: The Triphibian Monster (大巨獣ガッパ, Daikyojū Gappa) is a 1967 kaiju film directed by Haruyasu Noguchi. The film is about a group of Japanese reporters who discover an infant monster called a Gappa on Obelisk Island. The reporters cage the creature and take it to Japan where it becomes a media attraction. This angers the natives of the island and Gappa's full-grown parents, who head toward Japan to find their child. Its plot virtually duplicates ... more >>

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women
Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women is a 1968 American science fiction film, one of two which were adapted from the 1962 Soviet SF film Planeta Bur for Roger Corman. The original film was scripted by Alexander Kazantsev from his novel and directed by Pavel Klushantsev; the adaptation was made by Peter Bogdanovich, who chose not to have his name credited on the film prints, and included American-made principal scenes starring Mamie Van Doren. ... more >>

The Naked Witch
The Naked Witch is a 1961 American horror film written and directed by Larry Buchanan. It was financed by a Texan drive-in theater owner who wanted a movie with lots of nudity, even though the actual resulting nudity in the film is negligible. The film was shot in 1960 in Luckenbach, Texas, but was not released until 1964. The copyright date in the film's credits is 1961. The film was successful and helped launch Buchanan's ... more >>

Zontar, the Thing from Venus
Zontar, the Thing from Venus also known as Zontar: The Invader from Venus is a 1966, made for television, science fiction film, directed by Larry Buchanan and based on the teleplay by Hillman Taylor and Buchanan. It is a low-budget color 16mm remake of Roger Corman's It Conquered the World (1956) which also featured an alien invader from Venus.The movie is arguably Buchanan's best known.At a dinner party with their wives, NASA scientist Dr. Keith ... more >>

War of the Robots
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First Spaceship on Venus
First Spaceship on Venus, (a.k.a. in German: Der Schweigende Stern; in Polish: Milcząca Gwiazda; in English: The Silent Star (also Planet of the Dead and Spaceship Venus Does Not Reply) is a 1960 East German/Polish color science fiction film, directed by Kurt Maetzig, that stars Günther Simon, Julius Ongewe, and Yoko Tani. The film, running 93 minutes, was first released by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb in East Germany. It is based on the science fiction novel ... more >>

One Body Too Many
One Body Too Many is a 1944 American comedy-mystery film directed by Frank McDonald, starring Bela Lugosi and Jack Haley.A timid insurance salesman Albert L. Tuttle (Jack Haley) visits eccentric millionaire Cyrus J. Rutherford, intent on selling him a $200,000 insurance deal. Instead he finds that Rutherford has recently died and his mansion is now full of relatives who are, according to the will, all bound to remain in the mansion until a glass-domed vault ... more >>

The Hands of Orlac (1924 film)
The Hands of Orlac (German: Orlacs Hände) is a 1924 Austrian silent horror film directed by Robert Wiene and starring Conrad Veidt, Alexandra Sorina and Fritz Kortner. The film's plot is based on the story Les Mains d'Orlac by Maurice Renard. Wiene had made his name as a director of Expressionist films such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and in The Hands of Orlac combined expressionist motifs with more naturalistic visuals. The film has ... more >>

The Legend of Boggy Creek
The Legend of Boggy Creek is a 1972 horror docudrama about the "Fouke Monster", a Bigfoot-type creature that has been seen in and around Fouke, Arkansas since the 1950s. The film mixes staged interviews with some local residents who claim to have encountered the creature, along with fictitious reenactments of said encounters. Charles B. Pierce, an advertising salesman from Texarkana on the Arkansas/Texas border, borrowed over $100,000 from a local trucking company, used an old ... more >>

Eegah
Eegah (also known as Eegah: The Name Written in Blood) is a 1962 American horror film directed and produced by Arch Hall, Sr. (credited as Nicholas Merriwether), written by Bob Wehling based on a story by Hall Sr., and starring Hall Sr., Hall Jr., Marilyn Manning and Richard Kiel in the title role.The film's notoriety was enhanced as a result of being featured on episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Elvira's Movie Macabre, and ... more >>

Invaders from Space
Invaders from Space is a 1965 film edited together for American television from films #3 and #4 of the Japanese short film series Super Giant.The story involves the superhero Starman who is sent by the Emerald Planet to protect Earth from the Salamander Men from the Planet Kulimon in the Moffit galaxy, who plan to destroy Earth.The 9 Super Giant films were purchased for distribution to U.S. television and edited into 4 films by Walter ... more >>

Vampyr
Vampyr (German: Vampyr – Der Traum des Allan Gray, lit. 'Vampyr: The Dream of Allan Gray') is a 1932 German–French horror film directed by Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer. The film was written by Dreyer and Christen Jul based on elements from J. Sheridan Le Fanu's collection of supernatural stories In a Glass Darkly. Vampyr was funded by Nicolas de Gunzburg who starred in the film under the name of Julian West among a mostly ... more >>

The Little Shop of Horrors
The Little Shop of Horrors is a 1960 American black comedy film directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith, the film is a farce about an inadequate florist's assistant who cultivates a plant that feeds on human flesh and blood. The film's concept is thought to be based on a 1932 story called "Green Thoughts", by John Collier, about a man-eating plant. However, Dennis McDougal suggests that Griffith may have been influenced by ... more >>

Evil Brain from Outer Space
Evil Brain from Outer Space is a 1964 film edited together for American television from films #7, #8 and #9 of the Japanese short film series Super Giant filmed in 1958. Quite possibly it only contains footage from episodes #7 and 9, as the eighth episode was filmed in color and Scope.The film concerns Starman's efforts to save the Earth from the followers of Balazar, an evil genius from the planet Zemar whose prodigiously overdeveloped ... more >>

Encounter with the Unknown
Encounter with the Unknown is a 1973 American horror film directed by Harry Thomason and narrated by Rod Serling.The film presents three allegedly true stories of the supernatural. The first story "The Heptagon" opens on a somber note at the funeral of college student John Davis. His three friends, Dave, Frank and Randy stand by the grave. It is revealed that they played a seemingly innocent phone prank on John telling him to go to ... more >>

Venus Flytrap (film)
Venus Flytrap (filmed 1966, released 1970) is an American horror film shot partly in Japan. The plot features a mad scientist who uses thunder and lightning to turn carnivorous plants into man-eating creatures. It is known variously as Body of the Prey, and The Revenge of Doctor X (American video box title). Although the film is based on a 1950s screenplay by Ed Wood, he remained uncredited. The film was directed, scripted and produced by ... more >>

Hands of a Stranger
Hands of a Stranger is a 1962 American horror film directed by Newt Arnold and is unofficially the fourth film adaptation of The Hands of Orlac.When the hands of pianist Vernon Paris are destroyed in a taxicab accident, he receives a double hand transplant from a recent murder victim. Although lead surgeon Dr. Harding declares the operation a success, Vernon is visibly distressed and seems unable to accept his new hands. Meanwhile, the doctor is ... more >>

The Ape (1940 film)
The Ape is a 1940 American horror film directed and produced by William Nigh, co-written by Curt Siodmak, and starring Boris Karloff. Produced and distributed by Monogram Pictures, it was the last film in Karloff's nine-picture contract with Monogram.Dr. Bernard Adrian is a kindly scientist who seeks to cure a young woman's polio. All he needs is spinal fluid from a human to complete the formula for his experimental serum. Meanwhile, a vicious circus ape ... more >>

Storm World
In his book Storm World: Hurricanes, Politics, and the Battle over Global Warming, Chris Mooney discusses tensions between two different approaches to analyzing global warming and its effect on hurricanes.After witnessing the devastation of his mothers house in Hurricane Katrina Mooney was concerned that government policy failed to consider worst-case scenarios when planning for the future even after that disaster. He explores whether global warming will affect hurricanes in general even if it can't explain ... more >>

Frankenstein's Daughter
Frankenstein's Daughter is an independent 1958 science-fiction horror film produced by Marc Frederic and George Fowley, and directed by Richard E. Cunha. It stars John Ashley, Sandra Knight, Donald Murphy and Sally Todd. Set in the time the film was made, it tells the story of bringing to life the first female Frankenstein's monster. The movie was distributed by Astor Pictures and released theatrically in late 1958 on a double bill with Missile to the ... more >>

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter is a low-budget western/horror hybrid film released in 1966, in which a fictionalized version of the real-life western outlaw Jesse James encounters the fictional granddaughter (the movie's title notwithstanding) of the famous Dr. Frankenstein. The film was originally released as part of a double feature with Billy the Kid Versus Dracula in 1966. Both films were shot in eight days at Corriganville Movie Ranch and at Paramount Studios in mid-1965; ... more >>

Creature from the Haunted Sea
Creature from the Haunted Sea is a 1961 horror comedy film directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith, the film is a parody of spy, gangster, and monster movies (mostly Creature from the Black Lagoon), concerning a secret agent, XK150 (played by Robert Towne under the pseudonym Edward Wain), who goes under the code name "Sparks Moran" in order to infiltrate a criminal gang led by Renzo Capetto (Antony Carbone), who is trying ... more >>

Man with Two Lives
Man with Two Lives is a 1942 American film directed by Phil Rosen and written by Joseph Hoffman.The story is of a man who is brought back from the dead and whose body is hijacked by the soul of an executed gangster, consequently making the deceased man a high proze criminal.At the beginning of the story the happy couple Phillip Bennett and Louise Hammond are engaged to be married. A major bump on their planned ... more >>

Night of the Blood Beast
Night of the Blood Beast is a 1958 American science-fiction horror film about a team of scientists who are stalked by an alien creature, which implants its embryos in an astronaut's body during a space flight. Produced by exploitation filmmaker Roger Corman and his brother Gene, it was one of the first films directed by Bernard L. Kowalski and was written by first-time screenwriter Martin Varno, who was 21 years old. It starred several actors ... more >>

Timeslip (1955 film)
Timeslip (a.k.a. The Atomic Man in the United States) is a 1955 British black-and-white science fiction film, produced by Alec C. Snowden, directed by Ken Hughes, that stars Gene Nelson and Faith Domergue. It is based on the science fiction novel The Isotope Man by Charles Eric Maine, who also wrote the screenplay. In the U.K. the film was distributed by Anglo-Amalgamated. In 1956 the film was shortened from 93 minutes to 76 minutes and ... more >>

The Phantom Carriage
The Phantom Carriage (Swedish: Körkarlen, literally "The Wagoner") is a 1921 Swedish parable generally considered to be one of the central works in the history of Swedish cinema. Released on New Year's Day 1921, it was directed by and starred Victor Sjöström, alongside Hilda Borgström, Tore Svennberg and Astrid Holm. It is based on the novel Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness! (Körkarlen; 1912), by Nobel prize-winning Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf.The film is notable for its ... more >>

The Fall of the House of Usher (disambiguation)
"The Fall of the House of Usher" is an 1839 short story by Edgar Allan Poe.The Fall of the House of Usher can also refer to adaptations of that work:For a complete list of adaptations, see The Fall of the House of Usher#Film, TV or theatrical adaptations. more >>

House on Haunted Hill (1999 film)
House on Haunted Hill is a 1999 American horror film directed by William Malone and starring Geoffrey Rush, Famke Janssen, Taye Diggs, Ali Larter, and Jeffrey Combs. It also includes a cameo appearance by Peter Graves. The plot follows a group of strangers who are invited to a party at an abandoned asylum, where they are offered $1 million each by an amusement park mogul if they are able to survive the night. Produced by ... more >>

The Eye Creatures
The Eye Creatures (a.k.a. Attack of the The Eye Creatures) is a 1965 American made-for-TV science fiction/horror film about an unnamed countryside that is invaded by a flying saucer and its silent, shambling alien occupants.The Eye Creatures, an Azalea Pictures film, was directed by B-movie director/producer/auteur Larry Buchanan and starred John Ashley. The screenplay was developed by uncredited writers Robert J. Gurney Jr. and Al Martin from the short story "The Cosmic Frame" by Paul ... more >>

Frankenstein (1910 film)
Frankenstein is a 1910 film made by Edison Studios. It was written and directed by J. Searle Dawley.This 16-minute short film was the first motion picture adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The unbilled cast included Augustus Phillips as Dr. Frankenstein, Charles Ogle as Frankenstein's monster, and Mary Fuller as the doctor's fiancée.Described as "a liberal adaptation of Mrs. Shelley's famous story", the plot description in the Edison Kinetogram was:Frankenstein, a young student, is seen bidding ... more >>

Carnival of Souls
Carnival of Souls is a 1962 American independent horror film written, produced, and directed by Herk Harvey, and starring Candace Hilligoss. Its plot follows Mary Henry, a young woman whose life is disturbed after a car accident. She relocates to a new city, where she finds herself unable to assimilate with the locals, and becomes drawn to the pavilion of an abandoned carnival; director Harvey also appears in the film as a ghoulish stranger who ... more >>

The Beach Girls and the Monster
The Beach Girls and the Monster (aka Monster from the Surf) is a horror and beach party film, released in 1965, directed by and starring Jon Hall.Young Richard Lindsay (Arnold Lessing) has given up his career in science in favor of his newfound passion, surfing on the Santa Monica beachfront near his father and stepmother's house, where he lives. This is to the great displeasure of his father, the noted oceanographer Dr. Otto Lindsay (Jon ... more >>

Frankenstein
Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is a novel written by English author Mary Shelley (1797–1851) that tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist who creates a grotesque but sapient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was 18, and the first edition of the novel was published anonymously in London on 1 January 1818, when she was 20. Her name first appeared on the second edition, published ... more >>

Lost World
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Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Dead is a 1968 American independent horror film directed, shot and edited by George A. Romero, co-written by Romero and John Russo, and starring Duane Jones and Judith O'Dea. The story follows characters Ben (Jones), Barbra (O'Dea), and five others trapped in a rural farmhouse in western Pennsylvania, which is besieged by a large and growing group of unnamed "living dead" monsters.The film was completed on a $114,000 budget and shot ... more >>

Doomsday Machine (film)
Doomsday Machine, also known as Escape from Planet Earth (video title), is an American science fiction film filmed in 1967 but completed without the original cast or sets in 1972.A spy (Essie Lin Chia (fr)) discovers that the Chinese government has created a doomsday device (the "key" to which, "only Chairman Mao has") capable of destroying the Earth and it will be activated in 72 hours. Soon after, Astra – a two-year return mission to ... more >>

Horror Express
Horror Express (Pánico en el Transiberiano in Spain and a.k.a. Panic on the Trans-Siberian Express), is a 1972 Spanish-British science fiction-horror film, produced by Bernard Gordon and Gregorio Sacristan, directed by Eugenio Martín, that stars Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Alberto de Mendoza, Silvia Tortosa, and Telly Savalas. The screenplay was written by Arnaud d'Usseau and Julian Zimet (credited as Julian Halevy). It was loosely based on the RKO Pictures film The Thing from Another World ... more >>

Curse of the Swamp Creature
Curse of the Swamp Creature is a 1966 American film directed by Larry Buchanan. Although Buchanan was producing low budget 16mm color remakes of American International Pictures sci-fi movies for television distribution around this time, he claimed this was an original even though it bears more than a few striking similarities to the 1957 AIP film Voodoo Woman.Buchanan later said "never make a swamp picture. Your film comes back and it's all... strange."Deep in the ... more >>

King of the Zombies
King of the Zombies is a 1941 American horror comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and stars Dick Purcell, Joan Woodbury, and Mantan Moreland. The film was produced by Monogram Pictures, and was typical of its B films churned out by the Pine-Thomas team. Along with flying scenes, the use of zany characters and slapstick efforts were juxtaposed with a spy and zombie story.In 1941, a Capelis XC-12 transport aircraft flown by pilot James "Mac" ... more >>

Warning from Space
Warning from Space (宇宙人東京に現わる, Uchūjin Tokyo ni arawaru) (Translation: Spacemen Appear in Tokyo) is a Japanese science fiction tokusatsu film released in January 1956 by Daiei, and was the first Japanese science fiction film to be produced in color. In the film's plot, starfish-like aliens disguised as humans travel to Earth to warn of the imminent collision of a rogue planet and Earth. As the planet rapidly accelerates toward Earth, a nuclear device is created ... more >>

The Mad Monster
The Mad Monster is an American horror film produced and distributed in 1942 by "Poverty Row" studio Producers Releasing Corporation, directed by Sam Newfield, written by Fred Myton, and starring George Zucco, Glenn Strange, Johnny Downs and Anne Nagel. The plot involves a mad scientist who has been discredited by his peers. He attempts to kill them off after he develops a secret formula that transforms his gardener into a murderous wolfman.The story begins on ... more >>

Yongary: Monster from the Deep
Yongary: Monster from the Deep (Hangul: 대괴수 용가리; Hanja: 大怪獸 용가리; "Taekoesu Yongary"; lit. Great Monster Yongary) is a 1967 South Korean/Japanese science fiction kaiju film featuring Yonggary, produced by Keukdong Entertainment Company in partnership with Toei. The film is directed by Kim Ki-duk, with special effects by Kenichi Nakagawa.The film was made to rival the success of Godzilla and featured the same style and techniques of special effects filmmaking used in Godzilla films and ... more >>

Silent Night, Bloody Night
Silent Night, Bloody Night is a 1972 American horror film directed by Theodore Gershuny and co-produced by Lloyd Kaufman. The film stars Patrick O'Neal and cult actress Mary Woronov in leading roles, with John Carradine in a supporting performance. The plot follows a series of murders that occur in a small New England town on Christmas Eve after a man inherits a family estate which was once an insane asylum.Many of the cast and crew ... more >>

Grave of the Vampire
Grave of the Vampire is a 1972 American horror film directed by John Hayes.The film is also known as Seed of Terror (American reissue title).Several years after his death by electrocution in the late 1930s, ghoulish rapist/murderer Caleb Croft (Michael Pataki) rises from his crypt and brutally assaults young Leslie Hollander (Kitty Vallacher). Leslie becomes pregnant by Croft and delivers a baby boy, whom she nurses with bottles of blood. The child matures into the ... more >>

Trauma (1962 film)
Trauma is a 1962 American film directed by Robert M. Young. It stars Lynn Bari and John Conte.Eight years after her aunt Helen Garrison is killed, newlywed niece Emmaline and husband Warren return to the home where Helen died, where Emmaline tries to recall events from that fateful night that her mind has blacked out.Suspicious figures lurk throughout the house, and even Warren ends up placed under arrest by treasury agents. It ultimately turns out ... more >>

'It's Alive!'
'It's Alive!' is a 1969 American monster movie directed by Larry Buchanan and distributed by American International Pictures, about a mad farmer who tries to feed a stranded couple to a dinosaur he keeps in a cave. The tagline was "Trapped in a Cave of Terror!".Norman Sterns (Corveth Ousterhouse) and Leela Sterns (Shirley Bonne) are newlyweds who are driving from their home in New York City to Los Angeles. They become lost and run out ... more >>

Purple Death from Outer Space
Purple Death from Outer Space is a 1966 American feature length compilation of the first half of the 1940 serial Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe. A second feature with footage from the final half of the serial was used to complete another 1966 feature film Perils from the Planet Mongo. Both were made available directly as made-for-TV movies.When the Earth is attack by a mysterious substance causing death and leaving the victim purple, Dr Zarkov, ... more >>

The Killer Shrews
The Killer Shrews is a 1959 American science fiction film directed by Ray Kellogg. It was filmed outside of Dallas, Texas back-to-back with The Giant Gila Monster by producers Ken Curtis and Gordon McLendon. Now in the public domain, the film has been released on DVD and was featured in the fourth season of Mystery Science Theater 3000.Captain Thorne Sherman (James Best) and first mate Rook Griswold ("Judge" Henry Dupree) deliver supplies by boat to ... more >>

Non-Stop New York
Non-Stop New York (also known as Libson Clipper Mystery) is a 1937 British science fiction crime film directed by Robert Stevenson and starring John Loder, Anna Lee and Francis L. Sullivan.[N 1] It is based on the novel Sky Steward by Ken Attiwill. A woman who can clear an innocent man of the charge of murder is pursued by gangsters onto a luxurious transatlantic flying boat.On New Year's Eve 1938, lawyer Billy Cooper notices stranded ... more >>

Plan 9 from Outer Space
Plan 9 from Outer Space (originally titled Grave Robbers from Outer Space) is a 1959 American independent black and white science fiction film, written, produced, directed, and edited by Ed Wood, that stars Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Tor Johnson and Vampira (Maila Nurmi). The film also posthumously bills Bela Lugosi as a star (silent footage of the actor had actually been shot by Wood for another, unfinished film just prior to Lugosi's death in August ... more >>

Sunburst (film)
Sunburst is a 1975 American film directed by James Polakof.The film is also known as Slashed Dreams (American video title).A pair of students go on a trip up to the mountains to look for a friend who left school to find personal fulfillment apart from the normal of happenings of modern society finding a lost friend... more >>

Snake man
Snake Man, Snake Men or snake people are terms applied to people with snakelike characteristics in mythology or fiction. The terms may also apply to: more >>

Things to Come
Things to Come (also known in promotional material as H. G. Wells' Things to Come) is a 1936 British black-and-white science fiction film from United Artists, produced by Alexander Korda, directed by William Cameron Menzies, and written by H. G. Wells. The film stars Raymond Massey, Ralph Richardson, Cedric Hardwicke, Pearl Argyle, and Margaretta Scott.The dialogue and plot were devised by H. G. Wells as "a new story" meant to display the "social and political ... more >>

Ghost train
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The Phantom Planet
The Phantom Planet is a 1961 independently made American black-and-white science fiction film, produced by Fred Gebhardt, directed by William Marshall, that stars Dean Fredericks, Coleen Gray, Anthony Dexter and Francis X. Bushman. The film was released by American International Pictures on a double bill with Assignment Outer Space.In 1980 the United States Air Force's Space Exploration Wing has bases on the Moon and is on the eve of a mission to Mars. When another ... more >>

The Brain That Wouldn't Die
The Brain That Wouldn't Die (also known as The Head That Wouldn't Die) is a 1962 American science fiction horror film directed by Joseph Green and written by Green and Rex Carlton. The film was completed in 1959 under the working title The Black Door but was not theatrically released until May 3, 1962, when it was released under its renamed title on a double bill with Invasion of the Star Creatures.The main plot focuses ... more >>

Horrors of Spider Island
Horrors of Spider Island (German: Ein Toter hing im Netz, "A Dead One Hung in the Web") is a 1960 West German horror film directed by Fritz Böttger from his screenplay, and produced by Gaston Hakim and Wolf C. Hartwig for Rapid-Film/Intercontinental Filmgesellschaft. The film stars Alexander D'Arcy as a talent agent who invites several girls to a club in Singapore. Their plane ride ends abruptly when they crash-land into the ocean. D'Arcy and the ... more >>

The Cat and the Canary
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Space-Men
Space-Men (a.k.a. Assignment: Outer Space) is a 1960 Italian science fiction film directed by Antonio Margheriti. The film stars Rik Van Nutter and co-stars Gabriella Farinon, David Montresor, Archie Savage, and Alain Dijon.Space-Men's storyline recounts a mission in the 22nd century aboard a space station. The mission involves a risky effort by its crew to redirect a malfunctioning spaceship that threatens to destroy the Earth.In 2116, Interplanetary Chronicle of New York reporter Ray Peterson (Rik ... more >>

The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera (French: Le Fantôme de l'Opéra) is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux. It was first published as a serialization in Le Gaulois from 23 September 1909, to 8 January 1910. It was published in volume form in late March 1910 by Pierre Lafitte. The novel is partly inspired by historical events at the Paris Opera during the nineteenth century and an apocryphal tale concerning the use of a former ... more >>

Naked Massacre
Naked Massacre is a 1976 West German / Canadian / French / Italian film directed by Denis Héroux.Naked Massacre roughly tells the story of mass murderer Richard Speck, set in Northern Ireland.In 2007, Apprehensive Films released Naked Massacre onto DVD.Horror author Brandon Halsey wrote:"Evident by the lurid, nonsensical title that was most likely slapped on the final print by seedy exhibitors and greedy theater owners, Naked Massacre aims for the profound but falls victim to ... more >>

Phantom Ship
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Gamera vs. Guiron
Gamera vs. Guiron (ガメラ対大悪獣ギロン, Gamera tai Daiakujū Giron, lit. Gamera vs. Giant Evil Beast Guiron) is a 1969 kaiju film directed by Noriaki Yuasa. It is the fifth entry in the Gamera film series.While scanning the skies through their telescope, two young boys, Akio and Tom, spy a spaceship descending into a nearby field. Stunned, bewildered, and bemused, they tell Akio's mother what they have seen, but she dismisses their story as childish nonsense. The next ... more >>

Tormented
Tormented refers to someone that has been subjected to a torment, such as the tormento della corda.It may also refer to: more >>

Gamera vs. Viras
Gamera vs. Viras (ガメラ対宇宙怪獣バイラス, Gamera tai Uchū Kaijū Bairasu, lit. Gamera vs. Outer Space Monster Viras) is a 1968 Japanese kaiju film directed by Noriaki Yuasa. It is the fourth entry in the Gamera film series.A deadly alien force approaches Earth. Gamera intervenes and destroys the alien vessel; but before the ship is destroyed, the aliens broadcast a warning to their world stating that Gamera is their enemy.Later on Earth a Boy Scout troop is visiting ... more >>

Nightmare Castle
Nightmare Castle (Italian: Amanti d’oltretomba) is a 1965 Italian horror film directed by Mario Caiano. The film stars Paul Muller, Helga Liné and Barbara Steele in a dual role.Mario Caiano shot the film in Rome and declared it his tribute to the Gothic genre and to actress Barbara Steele. Among reviews of the film, critics and historians note Steele's dual performance.Stephen Arrowsmith (Paul Meuller), a scientist, has his home laboratory in the castle owned by ... more >>

The Screaming Skull
The Screaming Skull is a 1958 independently made American black-and-white horror film, produced by John Kneubuhl, T. Frank Woods, and John Coots, directed by Alex Nicol, that stars John Hudson, Peggy Webber, Russ Conway, and Nicol. The Screaming Skull marked Nicol's directorial debut; he decided to try it because he felt that he was not acting in the roles which he wanted. The film was distributed by American International Pictures on a double bill in ... more >>

Snowbeast
Snowbeast is a 1977 American made-for-television horror film starring Bo Svenson, Yvette Mimieux, Robert Logan and Clint Walker which premiered on NBC on April 28, 1977. The film was shot at Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Gunnison County, Colorado.The film details the attacks of a ravenous creature (a Yeti or Bigfoot/Sasquatch) on a Colorado ski resort. The teleplay was written by Joseph Stefano, who wrote the script for Alfred Hitchcock's classic 1960 thriller Psycho. Stefano ... more >>

Peopletoys
Peopletoys (also known as Devil Times Five and The Horrible House on the Hill, as well as Tantrums in the United Kingdom) is a 1974 American horror film directed by Sean MacGregor and David Sheldon (uncredited), and starring Sorrell Booke, Gene Evans, Shelley Morrison and Leif Garrett. The film follows a group of sociopathic, homicidal children who survive a car accident in the mountains, and seek refuge in a rural village where a group of ... more >>

The Bat (1926 film)
The Bat is a 1926 American silent film based on the 1920 Broadway hit The Bat by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood, directed by Roland West and starring Jack Pickford and Louise Fazenda. The film was an influence in the creation of the fictional character Batman.Gideon Bell, owner of the Favre Emeralds, receives a letter stating that the emeralds will be stolen at midnight by "the Bat", and that police will not be able ... more >>

Indestructible Man
Indestructible Man is a 1956 American crime horror science fiction film, an original screenplay by Vy Russell and Sue Dwiggins for producer-director Jack Pollexfen and starring Lon Chaney, Jr., Ross Elliott and Robert Shayne.The picture was produced independently by C.G.K. Productions, and distributed in the United States by Allied Artists Pictures Corporation. The film was distributed theatrically in 1956 on a double bill with World Without End.Told in a narrative style, popularized by the television ... more >>

Messiah of Evil
Messiah of Evil (later also shown under the title Dead People) is a 1973 American horror film co-written, co-produced, and co-directed by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, the husband and wife team behind the film version of Howard the Duck as well as the screenplays for American Graffiti and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.A young woman named Arletty (Marianna Hill) drives to the beach town of Point Dune, California, to visit her estranged ... more >>

Manos: The Hands of Fate
Manos: The Hands of Fate is a 1966 American low-budget horror film. It was written, directed, and produced by Harold P. Warren who also starred in the film. It is widely recognized to be one of the worst films ever made. In 1993, the television comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K), a show based on the premise of comedically mocking B movies, featured Manos: The Hands of Fate, helping the film develop a cult ... more >>

Mesa of Lost Women
Mesa of Lost Women is a 1953 American low-budget black-and-white science fiction film directed by Ron Ormond and Herbert Tevos from a screenplay by the latter and Orville H. Hampton.The film opens with a brief scene serving as its introduction. A man is being caressed by feminine hands. The next shot includes the face of the woman, Tarantella (Tandra Quinn). A brief kiss between her and the man, ends with his lifeless body falling down. ... more >>

Moon of the Wolf
Moon of the Wolf is an American made-for-television Gothic horror film first broadcast on September 26, 1972, on ABC Movie of the Week. It starred David Janssen, Barbara Rush, Geoffrey Lewis and Bradford Dillman, with a script by Alvin Sapinsley (based on Leslie H. Whitten's novel of the same name). The film was directed by Daniel Petrie and filmed on location in Burnside, Louisiana. All of the downtown footage was from Clinton, Louisiana.In the Louisiana ... more >>

Dominique
"Dominique" is a 1963 French language popular song, written and performed by Jeannine Deckers of Belgium, better known as Sœur Sourire or The Singing Nun. "Dominique" is about Saint Dominic, a Spanish-born priest and founder of the Dominican Order, of which she was a member (as Sister Luc-Gabrielle). The English-version lyrics of the song were written by Noël Regney. In addition to French and English, Deckers recorded versions in Dutch, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean and ... more >>

Blood Thirst
Blood Thirst, also known as Blood Seekers and The Horror from Beyond, is a black-and-white horror film directed by Newt Arnold and shot in the Philippines. It tells of an American detective investigating a series of vampiric murders linked to a Manila nightclub. Blood Thirst was filmed in 1965 but not released in the USA until 1971, where it mostly played the grindhouse circuit.The film's plot, scripted by N.I.P. Dennis in his only listed film ... more >>

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a 1979 musical thriller with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler. The musical is based on the 1973 play Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Christopher Bond.Sweeney Todd opened on Broadway in 1979 and in the West End in 1980. It won the Tony Award for Best Musical and Olivier Award for Best New Musical. It has since ... more >>

The Phantom Express
The Phantom Express is a 1932 American mystery crime-thriller film directed by Emory Johnson.When a phantom train starts derailing rolling stock and threatens a railway company's value, the playboy son of the owner must find out what is happening before the company is sold.The main theme of the plot bears close similarity to The Ghost Train (play), a movie version of which was produced in England in the previous year, viz. The Ghost Train, but ... more >>

UFO: Target Earth
UFO: Target Earth (also known as Target Earth) is a 1974 American film directed by Michael A. DeGaetano.The film opens with "'eyewitness accounts' recounting incredible UFO sightings and abductions", according to sci-fi scholar Howard Hughes. The story follows an electronics expert (Alan Grimes) who picks up strange signals: he then finds the signals are coming from a rural section in his area, and tries to find out if this is the start of an invasion ... more >>

House of Mystery (1934 film)
House of Mystery is a 1934 American Pre-Code mystery horror film directed by William Nigh. more >>

All the Kind Strangers
All the Kind Strangers is a 1974 American film directed by Burt Kennedy.Children of a bootlegger in an extremely remote area of the U.S. have been orphaned when their mother died giving birth to the 7th of them at home and the distraught father fell off the roof of the house in a drunken stupor (information disseminated in the body of the film). The oldest child, desperate to keep the remainder of his family together, ... more >>

Ghosts on the Loose
Ghosts on the Loose is a 1943 American film and the fourteenth film in the East Side Kids series, directed by William Beaudine.The film was released in the United Kingdom as Ghosts in the Night.When Glimpy (Huntz Hall)'s sister, Betty (Ava Gardner), marries Jack (Rick Vallin), Muggs (Leo Gorcey) singlehandedly organises the wedding. The gang provide a choral version of Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes as well as organ music. Scruno (Sammy Morrison), ... more >>

Invisible Strangler
Invisible Strangler is a 1978 American horror film directed by John Florea, also known as The Astral Factor (American alternative title), starring Robert Foxworth and Stefanie Powers.Studying the paranormal allows a convicted strangler to make himself invisible to kill five women who testified against him at his trial. The movie is about trying to catch the man more >>

Deep Red
Deep Red (original title Profondo rosso; also known as The Hatchet Murders) is a 1975 Italian giallo film, directed by Dario Argento and co-written by Argento and Bernardino Zapponi. It was released on 7 March 1975. It was produced by Claudio and Salvatore Argento, and the film's score was composed and performed by Goblin. It stars Macha Meril as a medium and David Hemmings as a pianist who investigates a series of murders performed by ... more >>

The Devil Bat
The Devil Bat is a 1940 black-and-white American horror film produced by Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC) and directed by Jean Yarborough. The film stars Bela Lugosi along with Suzanne Kaaren, Guy Usher, Yolande Mallott and the comic team of Dave O'Brien and Donald Kerr as the protagonists. It was the first horror film from PRC.Although described as a sequel, PRC's 1946 film Devil Bat's Daughter has no actors, characters or close plot elements from the ... more >>

Anatomy of a Psycho
Anatomy of a Psycho (1961) is an American film directed by Boris Petroff (as Brooke L. Peters). Ed Wood reportedly contributed to Jane Mann's screenplay as Larry Lee. The film uses music originally used for Wood's Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959). Ronnie Burns, adopted son of George Burns and Gracie Allen, plays the lead.After his brother is sentenced to death at a trial, teenager Chet increasingly experiences paranoia and psychosis, which not even his ... more >>

Bloody Wednesday
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The Blue Man (film)
The Blue Man (also known as Eternal Evil) is a 1986 Canadian horror film directed by George Mihalka.A dissatisfied Montreal director of TV commercials is taught to astrally project himself by a mysterious woman. But soon he finds that he does it against his will when he sleeps, and while he does it, he commits savage acts against those in his life.The Blue Man had a limited release during the 1986 holiday season. The film ... more >>