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Dr. Alien (1989)

The 1989 film Dr. Alien is a science fiction comedy film also known as I Was a Teenage Sex Maniac and I Was a Teenage Sex Mutant. The movie was directed by David DeCoteau and starred Judy Landers, Billy Jacoby, Linnea Quigley, and Olivia Barash. Plot Summary Wesley (played by Billy Jacoby) is a high… read more »

Trancers II (1991)

The 1991 film Trancers II is a science fiction film produced by Charles Band. The movie is a sequel to the original Trancers film. The movie stars Richard Lynch and Helen Hunt. Plot Summary Jack Deth (played by Tim Thomerson) lives with his wife, Lena (played by Helen Hunt) in Los Angeles in a huge estate gained… read more »

Shocking Dark (1989)

The 1989 film Shocking Dark is a science fiction movie filmed in Italy. The movie was produced as a rip-off of both Terminator and Aliens. The movie was directed by Bruno Mattei, and is also known as Terminator II, Aliens II, Aliennators, and Contaminator. The movie stars Tony Lombardo, Mark Steinborn, Dominica Coulson and Alex McBride. Plot Summary Far in… read more »

Star Worms II: Attack of the Pleasure Pods (1985)

The 1985 film Star Worms II: Attack of the Pleasure Pods is a Troma cult classic B-movie starring Taylor Gilbert, David O’Hara, Orly Oh and Jeff Munson. There was no Star Worms I. The film was also known as Star Prison and was directed by Lin Sten. Plot Summary A man named Jessup (played by… read more »

Hercules (1983)

The 1983 film Hercules is a sword-and-sorcery cult favorite starring Lou Ferrigno as Hercules and Sybil Danning as Ariadne. The movie was filmed in Italy, near Rome, in 1982 alongside another sword and sandals epic, The Seven Magnificent Gladiators. The movie had a large budget for the time (over $6 million) but was a failure… read more »

Species (1995)

The 1995 film Species is a science fiction movie starring Natasha Henstridge, Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen, and Alfred Molina. Plot Summary Scientists on earth send out radio signals with information about Earthlings, including DNA structure and our culture. Receiving information from an alien culture about potential unlimited energy sources, they assume that life is friendly…. read more »

Dinosaur Island (1994)

The 1994 film Dinosaur Island is a Roger Corman-produced film co-directed by the famous Jim Wynorski, along with Fred Olen Ray. Although it was produced shortly after Jurassic Park, it is more of a cavewoman movie than a Jurassic Park ripoff. They shot the film at David Carradine‘s ranch in Sun Valley in ten days…. read more »

Deathsport (1978)

The 1978 film Deathsport is a post-apocalyptic film produced by the famous B-movie director Roger Corman, starring David Carradine, Richard Lynch and Claudia Jennings. The film has since become a cult classic. Plot Summary The movie begins one thousand years from the present. After the Neutron Wars, the world was destroyed. It is now a post-apocalyptic… read more »

The Last Starfighter (1984)

The 1984 film The Last Starfighter is a science fiction film that has since become a cult classic. The film stars Lance Guest and Catherine Mary Stewart. The film was one of the first to use CGI images. Movie Plot Summary The movie begins with Alex Rogan (played by Lance Guest), a poor teenager who… read more »

Masters of the Universe (1987)

The 1987 film Masters of the Universe is a science fiction/sword and sorcery film which was panned by critics on release, and was a commercial failure. However, it has since adopted quite a cult following. Movie Plot Summary At the planet Eternia, Skeletor (played by Frank Langella) rules an army which captures Castle Grayskull and… read more »

Breeders (1986)

The 1986 horror/science fiction film Breeders is a movie starring Teresa Farley, LeeAnne Baker, Lance Lewman, and Frances Raines and directed by Tim Kincaid. Plot There’s a violent rapist marauding the streets of New York City preying on innocent, unsuspecting women who just happen to all be virgins. The mystery of these violent attacks becomes… read more »

Creepozoids (1987)

The 1987 film Creepozoids is a science-fiction horror movie classic starring Linnea Quigley and Ken Abraham. The movie was directed by David DeCoteau, produced by Charles Band, and filmed on a $75,000 budget. Plot Summary In the year 1998, which was ten years after the film was made, the world has been reduced to ash… read more »

Not of This Earth (1988)

Not of This Earth is a 1988 remake of a 1957 Roger Corman classic. Starring Traci Lords and Roger Lodge. The film was directed by the legendary Jim Wynorski who also directed such classics as Piranahaconda, Hard to Die and Chopping Mall to name a few. Not of This Earth is a sci-fi/horror/comedy thrill ride with… read more »

A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell (1990)

The 1990 film A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell is a post-apocalyptic science fiction film produced by Troma, starring Linda Corwin. The movie has since become a cult classic. Movie Plot The film takes place in a time after a worldwide apocalypse. A girl named Leah (played by Linda Corwin) is the last woman on earth…. read more »

Laserblast (1978)

The 1978 film Laserblast is a science fiction film widely considered one of the worst movies ever made. It was directed by Michael Rae and produced by the famous B-movie producer Charles Band. Plot Summary The movie begins with a man in the desert, wandering around, with a laser gun on his arm and a… read more »

Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

Killer Klowns from Outer Space is a low budget B movie lovingly crafted to be an homage to the cheesy, black and white horror flicks of the 1950s. Starring Suzanne Snyder, Grant Cramer, John Allen Nelson and John Vernon, the film is about an alien invasion of killer clowns. It’s a B-movie that has since… read more »

Neon City (1991)

The 1991 film Neon City is a post-apocalyptic scifi movie, directed by Monte Markham. The movie, which has since become a cult classic, stars a variety of actors including Michael Ironside, the singer Vanity, Valerie Wildman, and Juliet Landau. Plot Summary The film begins far in the future, in the 2050s. The world has been… read more »

World Gone Wild (1988)

The 1988 film World Gone Wild is a 1988 post-apocalyptic film. It was directed by Lee H. Katzin, starring Bruce Dern, Michael Pare, Adam Ant, and Catherine Mary Stewart. It was filmed in the desert in southern Arizona. Plot Summary In the year 2087, the world has been destroyed by nuclear war. There is very… read more »

Death Race 2000 (1975)

The 1975 film Death Race 2000 is a science fiction, dystopian film produced by Roger Corman. It is starring Simone Griffeth, David Carradine, Sylvester Stallone, Leslie McRay, Joyce Jameson and Louisa Moritz. The futuristic stage is set for this epic race to unfold, pairing one man and one woman to each car, as they relentlessly… read more »

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