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An American spaceship crash lands off the coast of sicily on board is a gooey, gelatinous mass that soon transforms itself into a 20ft rampaging monster that stomps all over Rome. Cool! find out more...

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Like wow, lets drop some acid (older members may remember what that was) and watch the pyschedelic sequence. To boldly go were no man has..... whoops wrong movie. find out more...

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Godard's bleak sci-fi noir, with the stony-faced gumshoe Lemmy Caution turning inter-galactic agent to re-enact the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in conquering Alpha 60, the strange automated city where such emotions as love and tenderness are banished. A brilliantly realised and stylish satire on the dehumanising nature of technology. find out more...

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The fifth installment in the ape vs man saga, this is as one would expect, not the best of the bunch. A rather banal script attempts to bring the story full circle by presenting a struggle between vicious gorillas, pacifist chimps and underground mutants while trying to avoid the comic strip philosophy that gave the other films depth and credibility. find out more...

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Under the planet of the apes an older civilisation is discovered, living in the ruins of New York, and worshipping an atom bomb. This is the first sequel, and has some of the mystery and invention of the original, but lacks the originality of the plot. Not bad at all, it picks up immediately where Planet left off, the film quickly jettisons Heston (who didnít want to appear at all, donated his salary to charity, and only agreed to what amounts to a cameo role after the studio agreed to kill off find out more...

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Hiding and enslaved in a future Earth, Caesar, the son of Cornelius and Zira, prepares an uprising against his human captors. As with its predecessors Conquest of the Planet of the Apes explores issues such as xenophobia and cruelty. Certainly the darkest of the series, 'Conquest' is also the the most under-rated. The picture features a slave revolt that was specifically based on footage of the 1965 Watts Riots. The 2011 movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes has the same theme but is not offic find out more...

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A scientific expedition sniffing around in the Amazon awaken the interest of a man in a rubber suit, who proceeds to stalk, kill and kidnap (he's infatuated with the pretty female on board) expedition members. 'Creature From the Black Lagoon' endures as a classic icon from 50s B-movie sci-fi/horror flicks. Every decent DVD library should have this even if it never rents. find out more...

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Transfer (1966), Cronenberg's first film, is a surreal sketch of a doctor and his patient. From the Drain (1967) finds two men in a bathtub, which may be part of a centre for veterans of a future war. Stereo (1969), Cronenberg's first official feature film, stunningly shot in monochrome, concerns telepaths at the Institute for Erotic Enquiry where patients undergo tests by Dr. Luther Stringfellow. In Crimes of the Future (1970) Cronenberg worked in colour and with a find out more...


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Tom Baker (now the second best Doctor ever) in his fourth tale as the universal altruist Doctor Who. The Doctor re-visits the war-torn planet of Skaro on a mission from the Time Lords themselves. Their intention is to put a halt to mad scientist Davros' plan to mutate aliens into a breed of lethal silver composters (Daleks) with tracheotomies, a poor sense of humour and a rage issue with anywhere that doesn't provide wheelchair access; "Pity? I have no understanding of the word. It is not regist find out more...

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The genesis of the original Doctor Who series serves as a necessary introduction. William Hartnell starred as the avuncular Doctor careening thru' space and time in his never to be forgotten blue police phone box, you mean the police had their own phone boxes? Yep. And with him three companions, two bemused London schoolteachers and a teenage girl from somewhere in space and time. find out more...