An astronaut doctor Ivan Hood and his fellow astronaut Kelly return from their mission in space to find the world has been taken over by aliens. Now Dr. Ivan Hood and Kelly must lead a ...
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Jack Stiles, American spy stationed on a South Pacific island in the early 19th century, teams up with no nonsense British agent Emilia Rothschild to stop Napoleon's colonizing efforts. Jack's alter ego is the Zorro-esque Daring Dragoon.
Angela Marie Dotchin,
Based on the Bram Stoker Award nominee short story by cult author Joe R. Lansdale, Bubba Ho-tep tells the "true" story of what really did become of Elvis Presley. We find Elvis (Bruce ... See full summary »
Running Time was filmed in black and white, in real time, and seemingly takes place in one continuous, fluid shot. It's a little like Hitchcock's "Rope," but it's on location! Carl, an ... See full summary »
The mad terrorist Alex Windham takes over a small scientific community on another planet and forces Dome 4's inhabitants to build him some bombs. Windham is unaware, however, that ... See full summary »
In the seedy part of Los Angeles, a man who writes poetry has spent six months without leaving his apartment because of his paranoid delusions involving sadistic doctors, rappers, and ... See full summary »
A pair of whacked-out cartoon-like exterminator/hitmen kill the owner of a burglar-alarm company, and stalk the partner who hired them, his wife, and a nerd framed for the murder, who tells the story in flashback from the electric chair.
An astronaut doctor Ivan Hood and his fellow astronaut Kelly return from their mission in space to find the world has been taken over by aliens. Now Dr. Ivan Hood and Kelly must lead a revolution to free the human slaves from their alien masters.Written by
When the escape hole is begun, it's dug into the wall so that one would have to step up into it, and put one's legs down coming out of it. Later on, the bottom of the hole is at floor level, requiring one only to straighten up when coming out of it. See more »
In the beginning, there was the heavens and the earth, and it was green.
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Let's get this straight: The Sci-Fi Channel makes B-movies (as if Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys and Mansquito didn't make that apparent enough), but for people like me, I actually enjoy b-movies. So, when I heard that the Sci-Fi Channel was going to release a movie starring Bruce Campbell (my favorite actor), I was thrilled. Also, when I heard that Josh Becker Rob Tapert (two of the makers of the original Evil Dead) had written it, I was equally excited. So, the night came around, and I watched it. It opened promising enough, except for the whining girl. Thank God she was the first to go. It was slightly disappointing, yes, I'll give it that, but overall, I enjoyed Alien Apocalypse. The acting was cheesy, the special effects lacked heavily, and Bruce Campbell's occasional one-liners were placed here-and-there, and those aspects, to me, made the movie. Give me a Bruce Campbell movie any day, and I'll happily watch it. Give me a Bruce Campbell movie made by the Sci-Fi Channel and I'll watch it immediately. I can't understand why people are dissing this movie so much because, face it folks, Sci-Fi Channel isn't here to make high-quality movies. It delivers what the title promises: Science fiction movies, and bad ones, at that. I mean, come on, folks, these are the same guys that made Species 3 for crying out loud.
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