Heavy Metal (1981)
- Soft Landing: A 1959 fiberglass-bodied Chevy Corvette is deployed from a space shuttle, lands on Earth, and drives up to a mansion.
- Grimaldi: The astronaut goes into the mansion and shows his daughter what he found. When he opens his case, a green glowing orb rises out and melts him.
- Harry Canyon: A 21st-century New York taxicab driver finds himself involved between a covetous gangster, the beautiful daughter of an archaeologist, and a green glowing orb called the Loc-Nar.
- Den: A nerdish teenager is transported through space and time to another world into the body of a muscular warrior, and becomes involved in a power struggle revolving around possession of the Loc-Nar.
- Captain Sternn: A square-jawed space pirate is on trial for numerous serious charges and only his character witness can save him.
- [Neverwhere Land]: Deleted segment about how the Loc-Nar guided the evolution of life on Earth through violence and anger.
- B-17: The remaining crew of a damaged World War II B-17 bomber must survive the machinations of the Loc-Nar.
- So Beautiful & So Dangerous: A voluptuous secretary transported by accident onboard a spaceship when its crew retrieves its android.
- Taarna: The Loc-Nar corrupts a tribe of human outcasts, turning them into vicious marauders that will overwhelm the world with cold, murderous violence. The last scion of a warrior race, seeking to avenge the deaths of the people she was sworn to protect, is the only being that can stop them.
The Grimaldi segment is the link device that ties this movie together. The Loc-Nar features in some way in the six stories that follow. It narrates to the captive girl tales about its great power before it begins to devour her.