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ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN OF THE HIMALAYAS (1957) Peter Cushing y Forrest Tucker buscan al abominable homre de las nieves en el techo del mundo
ALIEN TERROR (1968, aka THE SINISTER INVASION) Boris Karloff, Maura Monti, Enrique Guzman. Karloff plays Professor John Mayer, a man who has discovered an incredibly powerful source of energy that he is determined to keep for himself, despite the fact that the government and aliens from outer space both want it. Color, 90 min.
ALLIGATOR PEOPLE, THE (1959) Beverly Garland, Lon Chaney, Jr., Richard Crane, Bruce Bennett, Frieda Inescort. Experiments lead to half-alligator, half-man mutants. Directed by Roy Del Ruth. B&W.
ALPHAVILLE (1965) Eddie Constantine, Howard Vernon. Classic sci-fi from director Jean-Luc Goddard as a detective is sent to a strange futuristic city to find and rescue a missing scientist. In French with English Subtitles. B~W, 100 mins.
AMAZING TRANSPARENT MAN, THE (1959) Douglas Kennedy, Marguerite Chapman. A mad scientist turns a convict invisible in order to steal radioactive materials. Letterboxed, B&W, Approx. 59 min.
APE, THE (1940) Boris Karloff, Henry Hall. A mad scientist takes his experiment for curing spinal disease too far. When he begins transfusions of spinal fluids from apes into humans, the results are monstrous. B&W, 63 min.
APE MAN, THE (1943) Bela Lugosi, Louise Currie, Wallace Ford. A scientist injects himself in order to obtain the power of apes. He then must murder humans for their spinal fluid in order to return to normal. B&W, 70 min.
ASTOUNDING SHE MONSTER (1957) Robert Clarke. A gang of crooks holds a pair hostage when a spaceship lands nearby containing a mysterious female alien. This is undoubtedly the best print of this film ever seen on home video. Ed Wood was a consultant on this film.
ATOM AGE VAMPIRE (1962) Susanne Loret. A mad scientist uses weird glandular transplants to restore beauty to a woman’s horribly scarred face. He occasionally turns into a hideous monster and attacks the locals.
ATOMIC CITY, THE (1952) Gene Barry, Lee Aaker, Michael Moore, Lydia Clarke, Nancy Gates, Milburn Stone. In this sci-fi thriller, Barry stars as a nuclear scientist whose son is kidnapped by terrorists. The story and screenplay were nominated for an Academy Award. B&W, 85 min.
ATOMIC MAN, THE (1956) Gene Nelson, Faith Domergue. A nuclear accident causes an injured man’s mind to think into the future.
ATOMlC SUBMARINE (1960) Dick Foran. A U.S. atomic sub discovers an underwater flying saucer piloted by an alien monster. B&W, 71 mins.
ATTACK FROM MARS (1954) This film tells the terrifying story of a handful of people who fight off a fearsome vampire creature from the planet Mars when it invades the local movie theater in Burbank. If you like gorgeous girls, hot dudes, spacemen, villains, nerds, heroes & heroines, cadavers, vampires, drag queens, cowboys and rock n’ roll, this one’s for you. Color.
ATTACK OF THE 50-FOOT WOMAN (1958) Allison Hayes, Yvette Vickers. After a close encounter with a 30-foot alien who travels in an interstellar sphere, Allison Hayes grows beyond belief. Yvette Vickers is the sultry sexpot girlfriend of Hayes’ philandering hubby Harry. Va-va-va BOOM! B&W.
ATTACK OF THE CRAB MONSTERS (1957) Naval scientists discover giant crabs on a Pacific atoll that can assimilate the brains of their decapitated victims. With Richard Garland, Pamela Duncan, Russell Johnson, and Jonathan Haze.
ATTACK OF THE GIANT LEECHES (1959) Radiation causes leeches to mutate into giant bloodsuckers that threaten the residents of a small bayou town. Yvette Vickers is the sexy and indiscriminate storekeeper’s wife.
ATTACK OF THE PUPPET PEOPLE (1958, aka FANTASTIC PUPPET PEOPLE) John Agar, June Kenny, John Hot, Susan Gordon. Hoyt is a lonely old dollmaker who uses his shrinking machine he keeps in the back room to reduce people to one-tenth of their normal size. He keeps his victims asleep in glass tubes and occasionally takes them out for parties and dancing! Agar, himself miniaturized, leads the other shrunken members in rebellion. From director Bert I. Gordon, who also gave us films like “The Cyclops” and “The Amazing Colossal Man.” B&W, not rated.
AWFUL DR. ORLOF, THE (1962) Howard Vernon. A mad doctor stalks the back streets in search of young girls who he kidnaps and murders. Stark and chilling, it’s one of director Jesse Franco’s better films. B&W, not rated.