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Cast: George Nader, Claudia Barrett, Selena Royle, John Mylong
Running Time: 2 mins.
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Moon monsters launch attack against Earth! How can science meet the menace of astral assassins? New Science Fiction Thrills! One of the worst movies of all time... So bad it's good!



  

Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery Jr., Hugh O'Brian, Morris Ankrum
Running Time: 2 mins.
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ZOOM through the Universe the Screen's First Story of Man's First Conquest of Space! GASP at the Daring Courage of Four Men and a Girl as They Thunder Between Planets on a Runaway Rocket! You've Read About It! You've Heard About It! Now SEE it...


  

Cast: David Love, Dawn Anderson, Harvey B. Dunn, Bryant Grant, King Moody, Tom Graeff, Kent Rogers, Bob Williams, Thomas Lockyear
Running Time: 2 mins.
Vault: TRAILERS

They blast the flesh off humans! Thrill-crazed space kids blasting the flesh off humans! Before - A Beautiful Girl - One Moment Later - A Skeleton.


  

Cast: John Agar
Running Time: 2 mins.
Vault: TRAILERS

The tale of a scientist whose body is possessed by a superimposed, hung-from-wires brain creature that has to remove itself every once in a while to "take in oxygen". The film is a pretty silly concoction, with acting so inept, camera setups so poorly chosen, music so inappropriate, and special effects so horribly fake you dare not blink for fear of missing a choice moment!


  

Cast: Raymond Massey, Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph Richardson, Margaretta Scott
Running Time: 4 mins.
Vault: TRAILERS

1936's visually spectacular Things to Come, holds an important place in the history of science fiction cinema. As a visionary work that aims to honestly tackle the devastating consequences of international warfare, this is one of the few science fiction films that's about something, that's meant to offer you mental popcorn to munch on long after the "The End" card. It "predicts" television, jet planes, and evil dictators. Things to Come spans an entire Apocalyptic century and three generations of story time, ending in 2036 with a rocket to the moon. The war-ravaged world it depicts is saved by Science and scientists, both personified with messianic rectitude by Raymond Massey. In its vast scope and its visualizations of global war and a civilizing techno-utopia, it's epic on a Cecil B. DeMille Bible movie scale.


  

Cast: Raymond Massey, Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph Richardson, Margaretta Scott
Running Time: 93 mins.
Vault: TRAILERS

1936's visually spectacular Things to Come, holds an important place in the history of science fiction cinema -- as a visionary work that aims to honestly tackle the devastating consequences of international warfare, this is one of the few science fiction films that's about something, that's meant to offer you mental popcorn to munch on long after the "The End" card. It "predicts" television, jet planes, and evil dictators. Things to Come spans an entire Apocalyptic century and three generations of story time, ending in 2036 with a rocket to the moon. The war-ravaged world it depicts is saved by Science and scientists, both personified with messianic rectitude by Raymond Massey. In its vast scope and its visualizations of global war and a civilizing techno-utopia, it's epic on a Cecil B. DeMille Bible movie scale. Directed by William Cameron Menzies. Written by H.G. Wells (also the novel The Shape of Things to Come).

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