No English dialogue, but fans of Asian gross-out films have gotta see this one to believe it! From there, Barbarella has pill-sex with a man named Dildano which makes her hair curl for some reason and snogs an angel named Pygar — giving him the will to fly again. On his journey he helps a tribe of midgets battle a giant Cyclops and takes on a 2-headed monster with the aid of a Wonder Woman-ish female super hero! Christopher Connelly and Tony King are assassins for hire that get caught up in the madness! A really funny and well made satire despite the low budget! Starring Erika Balogh, Gyula Benedek and Pethes Csaba. An offbeat comedy starring Guy Stockwell, Susan Oliver, Larry Storch, Avery Schreiber, Sherry Jackson and a large cast that includes Ed Begley, Helen Malone, Peter Boyle and cameos by Alan Arkin, Xavier Cugat, Stubby Kaye and others! Includes the original Italian theatrical trailer! A feature length movie that utilized footage from the different older Ultraman seres. Rated R for slight cave-girl breasts but really this is a family film. Starring Yun Ling, Hung Pai and Lin Lin.
Okay, that all sounds complex, but really most of this movie is made up of people running around and shooting at each other, falling off of cliffs, hanging from hellicopters, decapitating psycho-bikers, etc. Both men conjure up giant monsters including a dragon-like serpent and a fire-breathing giant toad to fight their battles! Around these parts we got guys that look like this yelling unintelligible things at you from their pickup truck! Starring Timothy Bottoms, Taryn Power, Jared Martin, Ray Milland, Gérard Tichy, Carole James and Jack Taylor. No time is wasted and the movie begins with Barbarella Jane Fonda undressing in zero gravity over the opening credits. Please note that there is a small tv logo in the corner of the picture. FilmTrailerZone on YouTube Stream here. He uses his powers to rob banks in this really decent Japanese sci-fi thriller! In stereo and looks very nice! Of both of the made-for-tv adaptations the other was on cable tv in 1998 this one was by far the more faithful to the book's story and tone. This is the ultra-rare English language version! This is a very nice looking wide-screen copy mostly spoken in the English language.
Never Let Me Go Beautifully shot, well-acted, and haunting, both the novel and the film explore lofty and fascinating questions about identity and personhood, while also building a subtle love story between the two main characters. For example, there was no sex in The Martian, but staring at Matt Damon for two hours was, in my opinion, a sexier experience than watching any recent Nicholas Sparks adaptation. The picture sometimes looks a tiny bit dark on this French version but still quite watchable. This was reportedly released unbeknownst to original Japanese producers Tsuburaya who promptly sued. I remember seeing this in the theater one Saturday afternoon and although it may seem cheezy to some today, I'd take these kind of stop-motion animated effects over modern digital ones anytime! The most interesting thing to me about this lively-paced film is the unusual spacey pop score which meshes quite strangely with the period piece atmosphere of the story! Rather, it is the tragic story of a man who, after an experiment goes wrong, has the ability to transform himself into an invisible gas! Starring Lubor Tokos, Arnost Navrátil and Miroslav Holub.
Here's our list of the eleven most romantic sci-fi movies to hunker down and marathon this Valentine's Day: 14. The movies The Amazing films get a bad rep, and some of it is deserved, as the plots were nonsensical, the villains were completely anticlimactic, and the disparate elements just didn't mesh together. The master computer a poor man's Big Brother controls an earthquake damaged world in 2177. The startling visuals reminded me of some of Georges Méliès work. Crane, script by Ed Wood, Jr.
Starring Mark Gregory as Adam and Andrea Goldman as Eve. There is a good deal of female and some male nudity, however. The film is fairly amusing at times and some valid societal views are addressed racism, for example. This fun pop-art feature is filled with social satire and a lively score during a love-making scene a few seconds of ealry Frank Zappa music is lifted! Please note that there is a small logo in the corner of the picture. The sex isn't graphic or drawn out but you get the point.
Includes the original theatrical trailer! Note: The order of stories has been restored to that of the movie's original theatrical release! Directed by Hyung-rae Shim, South Korea A savage tribe of club-pounding bug-eating cave people offer up human sacrifices to the local T. It starts off like a typical albeit depressing romantic drama, in which a married couple tries to resuscitate their ailing relationship, but then sets itself apart with a refreshing sci-fi twist. Once there they discover a long-haired caveman-like society ruled by an unscrupulous pseudo-wizard! The Earth Destroyed In A Nuclear Holocaust! Alien beings disguised as beautiful, elegant women invade Earth. And the good news is that this version runs a whopping 98 minutes! The last half hour or so things finally kick in! She thaws out a group of 4 insane looking frozen monsters she has hidden away in a nearby cave to do her wicked bidding! Starring Ryûji Shinagawa, Yoshirô Kitahara, Junko Kanô and Ikuko Môri. Strange Thai-made Ultraman movie that features the Hindu 'Monkey King' deity known as Hanuman! Starring Pietro Torrisi aka Peter McCoy as Sangraal with Yvonne Fraschetti, Mario Novelli aka Anthony Freeman , Xiomara Rodriguez and Margareta Rance. See also Kilma, Queen of the Amazons below! However, I would argue that if you look a little deeper, you can see that they're not mutually exclusive. Men are used as slaves for studding purposes and then killed off! The clothes, hairstyles and set design are wacky enough, but the songs and lighthearted story make it a real blast! Yeti - The Giant of the 20th Century Yeti - il gigante del 20.
As I testament to how rich this particular subgenre is, this list just kept spilling out in new directions. These lines have English subtitles. Most of the running time consists of the survivors being gradually picked-off as they fend for their lives from an onslaught of tiny terror attacks! I won't spoil it here, but for me I thought this film had a creepy anxiety-provoking feel to it. A flying suacer helmed by some sexy space women upsets the balance of a small community! But in 2032, the exchange of bodily fluids is outlawed even kissing on the mouth! An upcoming space mission to Venus becomes even more vital after a startling secret is revealed. This notoriously bad one could possibly be the worst ever! She fights a relentless evil robot and several strange creatures! Shamsheer, India Starring Randhawa as Tarzan, Mumtaz and Bela Bose as The Jungle Queen. ~Melissa Kusia Starring Angelique Pettyjohn who has some nice nude scenes , Charlene Jones, Bunny Allister, David Westberg and Julie Conners.
Adapted by Isaac Asimov, this is the hard-to-find English language version featuring the voices of John Shea, Glenn Close, Brigit Fonda, Penn Jillette, Teller, David Johanson and others. Who can blame him though? They discover a way to switch ages with the unsuspecting children of the city outside of the tree with comical results! Starring Ko Kaeoduendee, Anan Pricha and Yodchai Meksuwan. Includes the original theatrical trailer and a very brief alternate opening title! Apparently there was also a video game that tied in with this movie. Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny featuring Thumbelina 1972 Directed by Barry Mahon and R. Compiled from about 10 episodes of the 60s t.