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  • The Postman (1997)

    The Postman (1997) is an epic post-apocalyptic adventure film set in a neo-Western version of the United States in 2013, sixteen years after apocalyptic events have devastated civilization. The story follows a nomadic drifter, played by Kevin Costner, who stumbles upon a postman's uniform and ina...

  • Them! (1954)

    "Them!" (1954) unfolds as a chilling science fiction tale where the unintended consequences of nuclear testing come to life. Set against the stark backdrop of the New Mexico desert, the film follows law enforcement officers and scientists as they uncover a nest of gigantic, irradiated ants that p...

  • Demon Seed (1977)

    "Demon Seed" (1977) unfolds in the chilling overlap of science fiction and horror, directed by Donald Cammell. The film stars Julie Christie and Fritz Weaver, and is adapted from Dean Koontz's novel. Julie Christie plays Susan Harris, a woman who finds herself trapped in her own high-tech home, c...

  • Mansion of the Doomed (1976)

    "Mansion of the Doomed” (1976) revolves around Dr. Leonard Chaney, a Los Angeles surgeon driven by desperation and grief following his daughter Nancy's tragic loss of sight in a car accident. In a controversial quest to restore her vision, Leonard explores radical medical procedures, considering ...

  • Marooned (1969)

    "Marooned" (1969) is a gripping science fiction drama directed by John Sturges, offering a poignant glimpse into the harrowing ordeal of three astronauts trapped in space. The film, which won an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, chronicles the intense and life-threatening challenges faced by...

  • Circus of Horrors (1960)

    "Circus of Horrors" (1960) unfolds a gripping narrative set in 1947, where Dr. Bernard Schüler, a plastic surgeon with a checkered past, seizes an unconventional opportunity to escape his dark history. After a catastrophic failure in England, Schüler flees to France, where he manipulates his way ...

  • The Thing (1982)

    A team of American researchers stationed in Antarctica encounters an extraterrestrial organism that assimilates and imitates other life forms, leading to paranoia and distrust among the group. As they struggle to survive in the harsh environment, they must confront the terrifying realization that...

  • The Bad Seed (1956)

    In "The Bad Seed," a 1956 psychological thriller, the seemingly perfect world of the Penmark family is shattered when a tragic incident occurs at a school picnic. Christine Penmark is unsettled by her daughter Rhoda's cold reaction to the drowning of a classmate, Claude Daigle. As suspicions abou...

  • Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971)

    In the thrilling crossroads of classic horror icons, "Dracula vs. Frankenstein" delves into a sinister tale where ambition and darkness collide. Dr. Durea, the last of the Frankenstein lineage, embarks on a quest to cure his ailments and those of his assistant, Groton, through gruesome experiment...

  • The Day After (1983)

    "The Day After" depicts the harrowing aftermath of a nuclear war, focusing on the lives of ordinary people in Kansas City and nearby areas. As tensions escalate between NATO and the Warsaw Pact, the film follows Dr. Russell Oakes, his family, and others as they grapple with the impending catastro...

  • Dracula’s Widow (1988)

    In the dark streets of 1980s Hollywood, "Dracula’s Widow" offers a thrilling vampire narrative centered around Vanessa, portrayed by Sylvia Kristel. As Vanessa searches for her late husband, her journey leads her through a series of chilling encounters and a mysterious killing spree that shakes t...

  • Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971)

    In the intriguing adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic, "Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde," the tale takes a unique turn with Dr. Henry Jekyll's groundbreaking yet controversial experiments. Intent on discovering an elixir of life to conquer all diseases, Jekyll's research leads him down a da...

  • Rollercoaster (1977)

    In the heart-stirring disaster-suspense film "Rollercoaster" (1977), a series of catastrophic incidents at amusement parks across the United States sets off a tense investigation into a malevolent extortion scheme. After a tragic accident on a wooden roller coaster due to a concealed bomb, safety...

  • The Legend of Hell House (1973)

    "The Legend of Hell House" delves into the eerie depths of Belasco House, notorious for its dark history of murder and hauntings. Physicist Dr. Lionel Barrett, accompanied by his wife and two mediums, ventures into the ominous mansion to unravel its mysteries. As they encounter inexplicable pheno...

  • Freejack (1992)

    In the 1992 science fiction thriller "Freejack," directed by Geoff Murphy, the future has become a playground for the ultra-rich seeking immortality through controversial means. Set in a dystopian 2009, the film follows Alex Furlong, a Formula One racer snatched from the brink of death by futuris...

  • Invaders from Mars (1953)

    "Invaders from Mars," a classic 1953 science fiction film, immerses viewers in a suspenseful tale through the eyes of young David MacLean. The story unfolds with David witnessing a flying saucer vanishing into a sand pit near his home during a thunderstorm. His world turns upside down when his fa...

  • Krull 1983

    "Krull" is a 1983 science fantasy film directed by Peter Yates. The story revolves around a fictional world where the young prince, Colwyn, must rescue his bride, Princess Lyssa, from the clutches of the evil Beast and his army of Slayers. To do so, Colwyn embarks on a perilous journey to find th...

  • The Gorgon (1964)

    "The Gorgon" is a 1964 British horror film directed by Terence Fisher and produced by Hammer Film Productions. The film is set in a small European village plagued by a series of gruesome murders. As the local authorities investigate, they discover a terrifying secret: a Gorgon, a mythical creatur...

  • The Dunwich Horror (1970)

    "The Dunwich Horror" is a 1970 film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's classic horror story of the same name. The film follows the eerie events that unfold in the secluded and sinister town of Dunwich, Massachusetts. Wilbur Whateley, a young man with dark secrets and a connection to the occult, seeks...

  • The Brotherhood of Satan (1971)

    "The Brotherhood of Satan" is a 1971 horror film that revolves around a small desert town terrorized by a mysterious cult. When a young family becomes stranded in the town, they find themselves trapped in a nightmare as they uncover the cult's sinister and supernatural secrets. As they struggle t...

  • Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962)

    In "Journey to the Seventh Planet," a team of astronauts embarks on an extraordinary mission to explore Uranus, the seventh planet of our solar system. Their journey takes a bizarre turn when they encounter an alien intelligence that can manipulate their deepest desires and fears. As the crew str...

  • Burn Witch Burn (1962)

    "Burn, Witch, Burn" (also known as "Night of the Eagle") is a 1962 British horror film directed by Sidney Hayers. Set in the academic world of a small New England college, the movie follows the life of a skeptical professor and his wife, who secretly practices witchcraft to ensure her husband's s...

  • The Skull (1965)

    "The Skull" is a British horror film released in 1965, directed by Freddie Francis. Based on a story by Robert Bloch, the movie revolves around the sinister and cursed history of an ancient human skull that holds a malevolent power. When an antique dealer, Christopher Maitland, acquires the skull...

  • 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)

    20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)

    "20 Million Miles to Earth" is a classic 1957 science fiction film directed by Nathan Juran. The movie tells the story of a spacecraft returning from Venus with a mysterious extraterrestrial creature on board. When the creature, known as the Ymir, begins to grow ...