Category Archives: Science Fiction

Curse Of The Fly (1965)

Third movie about the wacky Delambre clan that can’t stop experimenting with matter transmission. In 1958’s “The Fly” and 1959’s “Return Of The Fly” the pesky insect kept interfering. Now the next generation has its problems but despite the title … Continue reading

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The Man They Could Not Hang (1939)

Is it really possible to use a mechanical heart to bring back the dead? Yes it is and Dr.Boris knows how. This movie is pretty ridiculous and that’s what makes it fun. There’s even a reporter named Scoop. Dr.Henryk Savaard … Continue reading

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Before I Hang (1940)

Boris Karloff is fun to watch as he goes between a mild mannered doctor to mad scientist to serial killer. Maybe it was an oversight but through much of the movie he wears squeaky shoes. Look for character actor Don … Continue reading

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Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956)

Classic SF based on the Jack Finney story and directed by Don Siegel.  Residents of Santa Mira, a small California town, think their relatives aren’t really the real people. Something is missing from them. Dr. Miles Bennell (Kevin McCarthy) tries … Continue reading

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Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (1961)

The master of disaster, Producer,Director,Writer Irwin Allen, tries to destroy the world. It’s up to the supersub Seaview to save us all. But first we all have to get past a horrible opening theme song warbled by Frankie Avalon. Let’s … Continue reading

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Dr.Cyclops (1940)

Fell asleep numerous times during this insomnia cure. Every time I woke up….nothing had changed. This is one of the worst ever and that’s probably why you should attempt to sit through it. There are some laughs because of horrible … Continue reading

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Battle Beyond The Sun (1959)

Great looking movie from the Soviet Union about an attempt to land on Mars. The designs and effects seem crude now but considering this was 1959 makes it the major reason to see this one. An Americanized version was released … Continue reading

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Journey To The Far Side Of The Sun (Doppelganger) (1969)

Some real good effects from the art department help move things along as an unmanned probe finds a planet on the other side of the Sun.  The next step is to send a manned ship to find out all about … Continue reading

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The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)

An absolute must see classic. Richard Matheson adapted his novel for this movie. Grant Williams has the tough job of carrying it and he certainly does. The other major stars are the set designers and special effects crew. Robert Scott … Continue reading

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Visit To A Small Planet (1960)

Jerry Lewis is an alien from a planet eight million light years away in this adaption of the Gore Vidal play. As expected it’s loaded with sight gags and the usual Lewis madness and high energy. If you’re not a … Continue reading

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