Category Archives: Science Fiction

Four Sided Triangle (1953)

Early Hammer film that’s based on the novel by William F. Temple. This is well worth seeking out. Three childhood friends return to their home village. Two are scientists and the other hasn’t succeeded at anything. They work together on … Continue reading

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The Man And The Challenge (1959-60)

George Nader stars as scientist Dr.Glenn Barton in this series produced by Ivan Tors. Barton works for the Institute Of Human Factors. They work for the government and test human endurance. He ably assisted by Joyce Meadows as Lynn Allen. … Continue reading

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The Body Stealers (1969)

Dumb, stupid, idiotic, asinine. There’s no excuse that money was wasted on a total piece of crap like this. George Sanders and Maurice Evans disgrace themselves by appearing even if they do phone it in. Three men are testing out … Continue reading

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003 Secret Agent:Operation Atlantis (1965)

This had to be intended as a send up of spy movies. If not it’s just disorganized mindless stupidity. At any rate, I had fun with it because it was so dumb. John Ericson is a secret agent (I guess) … Continue reading

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Dinosaurus! (1960)

Depending on how you look at it, this raises or lowers stupidity to new levels. You’ve got two dinosaurs, the most annoying kid ever, one Neanderthal who tries on a dress and a fat guy named Dumpy. Bart Thompson (Ward … Continue reading

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Space Master X-7 (1958)

Not the incompetent laughfest I was expecting. That’s not to say the special effects aren’t a total joke and some of the “acting” is questionable, this belongs in the “Not All That Bad” category. As a Three Stooges fan it … Continue reading

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One Million B.C. (1940)

A perfect cure for insomnia. What happens? Nothing. It was nominated for the Best Special Effects Oscar. The winner was “The Thief Of Bagdad.” It was also nominated for Best Original Score. The winner was “Pinocchio.” The movie was remade … Continue reading

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