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Killers from Space (a.k.a. The Man Who Saved the Earth) is a 1954 independently made American black-and-white science fiction film, produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder (brother of Billy Wilder), that stars Peter Graves, Barbara Bestar, Frank Gerstle, James Seay, and Steve Pendleton. The film originated from an original, commissioned screenplay by his son Myles Wilder and their regular collaborator William Raynor.

Hobgoblins is a 1988 American low-budget independent comedy horror film directed, written, and produced by Rick Sloane, who also served as cinematographer and editor. The plot concerns small, often considered cheaply designed and made hobgoblins (small demon like mythical and goblin-like creatures).

Biopic of Saturday Review editor and political journalist Norman Cousins who developed and promoted a self-made health therapy consisting of intake of large quantities of vitamin C and making oneself laugh as much as possible.
Director: Richard T. Heffron
Writers: Norman Cousins (book), Lawrence Roman (teleplay)
Stars: Edward Asner, Eli Wallach, Millie Perkins

A couple traveling through a backwoods area are held by a a group of orphans who want them to. Devil Times Five [Horror] - Peopletoys (Sean MacGregor) 1974 Full Movie Directed by Sean MacGregor David Sheldon (uncredited) Produced by Michael .

suspense/thriller/horror

An unhappy bride (Hedy Keisler) returns to her father (André Nox) and meets an engineer (Pierre Nay) who sees her nude chasing her horse.
Initial release: January 20, 1933 (Czechoslovakia)
Director: Gustav Machatý
Box office: 1.5 million USD (US rentals)
Characters: Eva Hermann, Eva's Father, Eva's husband, Typist, MORE
Screenplay: Gustav Machatý, Frantisek Horký, Jacques A. Koerpel

Chauffeur Bruno (Lon Chaney Jr.) looks after three strange siblings at their family estate. Ralph (Sid Haig), Virginia (Jill Banner) and Elizabeth (Beverly Washburn) all suffer from an inherited condition: a genetic disorder that causes a reversal in mental age and results in a crazed, childlike disposition. Because of his affection for the family, Bruno covers up the siblings' bizarre behavior and crimes. But, when relatives arrive at the family estate, the truth is bound to come out.
Initial release: December 24, 1967 (Corpus Christi)
Director: Jack Hill
Screenplay: Jack Hill
Budget: 65,000 USD
Producers: Gil Lasky, Paul Monka

Black Fist, a tedious "blaxploitation" film made in 1976, concerns a young man -- Leroy Fist (Richard Lawson) -- who becomes involved in the mob. When he attempts to change his life, the mobsters kill his wife and Leroy goes out to seek his bloody revenge. The film contains much action but generates little real interest because the characters are lifeless and the plot trite. Black Fist was also released as Homeboy and Black Streetfighter.

Directed by Timothy Galfas / Richard Kaye

Vic (Don Johnson) is a libidinous 18-year-old traversing the post-apocalyptic desert of 2024, in the company of his telepathic dog, Blood. When the pair encounters an underground community, the leader's daughter, Quilla Holmes (Susanne Benton), seduces Vic into their fold, separating him from Blood, who are left to survive on his own. But once Vic discovers he's been lured there solely for mechanized procreation, he realizes he's doomed unless he can escape and rejoin Blood.

Initial release: March 1975
Director: L. Q. Jones
Story by: Harlan Ellison
Adapted from: A Boy and His Dog
Screenplay: L. Q. Jones, Wayne Cruseturner

A woman (Jeanne Bell) encounters thugs and drug dealers after traveling to Hong Kong to search for her missing brother.
Initial release: June 8, 1974 (Philippines)
Director: Cirio H. Santiago
Box office: 1.3 million USD
Producer: Cirio H. Santiago
Executive producer: Roger Corman

While attending a school for diplomats’ daughters, the teen-aged daughter of the American ambassador uses her access to various embassies to engage in espionage.

Casper the Friendly Ghost comes to the rescue when King Luna and his moon people are attacked by invading Tree Men.

Initial release: January 1, 1954
Directors: Seymour Kneitel, Isadore Sparber
Production company: Famous Studios
Music composed by: Winston Sharples
Producers: Seymour Kneitel, Isadore Sparber

When a disease turns all of humanity into the living dead, the last man on earth becomes a reluctant vampire hunter.

A hapless family on a car trip in rural Texas takes refuge at a lodge that is secretly the home of a deadly cult.

Actors: Trace Beaulieu, Frank Conniff, Joel Hodgson
Director: Kevin Murphy

The Wacky Wabbit is a 1942 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Bob Clampett. It stars Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd (voiced by Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan, respectively).

A ship-wrecked man finds himself in a land of small people. There he becomes entangled in a feud between two kingdoms and other mischiefs.

Directed by Dave Fleischer.

A spy (Essie Lin Chia (fr)) discovers that the Chinese government has created a doomsday device (the “key” to which, “only Chairman Mao has”) capable of destroying the Earth and it will be activated in 72 hours. Soon after, Astra – a two-year return mission to Venus by the United States Space Program – has its time of launch speeded up and half of the male flight crew are replaced by women shortly before take-off, including one Russian. Shortly before blastoff military alerts are put into effect.

After leaving Earth, the seven crew members of Astra deduce that they have been put together to restart the human race should the Chinese activate their device. Shortly after this, the device goes off and Earth is destroyed.

As Astra continues to Venus, the crew realizes that a safe landing on Venus is impossible unless the crew is reduced to three. One of the crew members tries to rape another, at which point she accidentally gets them both blown out of an airlock.

Two more crew-members – an American astronaut and the female Russian – are lost as they head out to repair a fault with the spaceship. However, they notice another spacecraft nearby and jump to it. The second craft proves to be a lost Soviet ship that disappeared piloted by a close friend of the Russian crew member. Though its pilot is dead, the astronauts successfully power up the Soviet ship. Before the two ships can rendezvous, contact with Astra is lost.

A disembodied voice cuts in, claiming to be the collective consciousness of the Venusian population. The voice informs the survivors (whom the Venusians refer to as the “Last of Man”) in the Russian ship that Astra no longer exists (presumably destroyed somehow by the telepathic Venusians), and that no humans (due to their “self-destructive” potential) will be allowed to reach Venus. It gives a cryptic message regarding the prospect of starting new life in a “very strange and very great” place, somewhere far “beyond the rim of the universe”,

Mike and Jessica head to a for some alone time, and Jessica is kidnapped by an . Mike chases after her in an attempt to save her.

Mike then follows a mystery man whom he believes killed Jess to an abandoned , in which he explores and discovers information about a mining accident in 1952, which resulted in miners being trapped following a cave-in. Experiments and studies were done on the survivors by doctors at the Sanatorium, and a reporter ran into trouble trying to find out more on the cover-up.

Mike then follows a mystery man whom he believes killed Jess to an abandoned Sanatorium, in which he explores and discovers information about a mining accident in 1952, which resulted in miners being trapped following a cave-in. Experiments and studies were done on the survivors by doctors at the Sanatorium, and a reporter ran into trouble trying to find out more on the cover-up.

Mike and Jessica head to a guest cabin for some alone time, and Jessica is kidnapped by an unknown creature. Ashley, Chris, and Josh use a Ouija board to communicate with spirits and purportedly receive communication from either of the Washington twins

The Black Mirror is a third-person point-and-click horror adventure game developed in 2003 by Future Games, a Czech company.

Its original name is Posel Smrti.

During their celebrations, some of the group conspire to play a prank on Hannah, who's romantically interested in Mike.

Subnautica is a survival adventure game developed and published by Unknown Worlds Entertainment. It allows the player to freely explore the ocean on an alien planet, known as planet 4546B, collecting resources to survive

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