A creepy B-movie thriller, Island of Terror features mutant organisms that overrun an isolated island and feed off the locals—both livestock and humans. A reclusive scientific team is searching for a cure to cancer—but, shockingly, things go awry when they accidentally spawn an unstoppable silicon-based life form that sucks the  … More

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The Thing 1982

A horror thriller set in the frigid and isolated American Research Facility in Antarctica, John Carpenter’s The Thing plants a truly nightmarish alien—which can perfectly mimic any living being—into the middle of a tight-knit crew of twelve men. After witnessing some bone-crunchingly … More

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At a time when most sci fi movies had to get by with small budgets and cheesy effects, Forbidden Planet was a spectacular, effects-filled, big-budget exception. Set in a distant corner of the universe, a crew from Earth must learn why the survivor … More

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Alien 1979

A tense and thrilling horror film set in the depths of space, Alien features one of the creepiest and most lethal alien monsters of all time. An extraterrestrial larva attacks and infects a crewmember, and using the most gruesome of … More

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Considered by many to be the landmark science fiction film of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey, is a visionary film exploring mankind’s ultimate destiny in the universe. Groundbreaking in its day, it envisions future space travel using stunning imagery, and … More

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