The planet Libertia was once known as “the planet of death”, until humanity built three giant mirrors and created what seemed like an ideal land. It is on this planet that Professor Grace and his granddaughter Alcia live peacefully… until their home is attacked by Guild soldiers looking for the professor and for Legaciam – a special Armor that can resist extreme heat, allowing it to go to areas where humans would not survive normally. Alcia, who was at the time piloting Legaciam in order to help her grandfather with the testing, manages to get away… barely. But the Guild is determined to get Legaciam by any means necessary...
The Oddness Begins... What is it about that horror movie on channel 12? Why do so many women in this small town work for the same party entertainment service? What is the significance of their bubble baths? Why so much yogurt? Where did that eyeball come from? Who is Bob? Odd Noggins is a strange trip into a small town where nothing is quite what it seems to be.
The title character is a professor looking to replace humans with cyborgs. His supremely creepy assistant Traumer, strikingly played by Majewski regular Andrzej Rausz, is one such creation. Professor H. intends to transpose Traumer’s brain with that of a renowned scientist, but is in for a surprise. A dark film in every sense, DOCENT H. is particularly noteworthy for its soundtrack, consisting of eerie whirs and beeps interspaced with snatches of Bach’s immortal “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.” (from: http://www.fright.com/edge/JanuszMajewski.htm)
A kid finds a pair of magic boots that grant him special powers.
A Space travel comes to an end and before the landing the Cosmonaut falls asleep. He does not hear signals from the Earth. The disaster approaches. When the ship flies over the native house of the Cosmonaut, the ring of the alarm clock which the Grandfather winded up sounds and the Cosmonaut wakes up.
It's Morphin' time! There's a tumor in the collective unconscious, and it's up to 6 young people to draw on its power to become the Struggled Reagans! Armed with Metaphysical super powers, a giant robot, and perverse sexual fetishes, they can defeat an ancient Hindu god and his googley eyed monster...Right?
Sewage worker Roy Dreary and an assortment of odd characters meet up with some cute and cuddly extraterrestrials traveling to earth in a giant pie in the sky. Dreary develops an obsession with mashed potatoes, whipped cream and maraschino cherries.
This sci-fi film features a space creature named Wangmagwi (big devil) that land in the Earth in a flying object to occupy the planet. Koreans of every corner of the society fight against the monster in unison but it is not wavered and destroys buildings and facilities. In the end united Korean forces defeat Wangmagwi that commits suicide by bombing itself out of desperation.
When the final Citizen of Earth's interplanetary research and diplomacy program finally makes first contact, he's forced to not only protect humanity, but that which makes him human: love.
Nearing the end of WW2, Nazis realize that they will lose. A handful of them board a plane bound for Argentina, where they plan to live in hiding. During the flight lightning hits the plane and the SS parachute onto an island populated by savages. Atrocities await. Notorious director Bill Zebub has often ridiculed fascism, but he never actually targeted Nazis. This is the first movie in which he outright makes fun of them. He never thought that it was necessary to point out the obvious, but this particular story is fertile ground for new parody.
After a girl gets raped, the only possibility for getting her life back to normal is a memory wipe. But when they meet again, only one of them still remembers the past...
After a series of disasters, nothing is left of human civillisation. All that remains are the people left behind who live in a post-apocalyptic no man's land. When Lil, a young lonely woman, finds a wounded stranger near her shelter, she has to decide if she'll help him or not. Does she remember what it's like to do something good for another human being?
A series of serial murders occurred in a historic ruins where a TV crew is shooting a documentary.
Akio Jissoji's Ultraman is a 1979 Japanese tokusatsu kaiju film directed by Akio Jissoji. It is a compilation film made up of scenes from Jissoji's episodes of the original Ultraman TV series.
A Chinese science fiction drama
Another Filipino ET spoof starring Estong Tutong AKA Chiquito.
A horror-comedy film that brought Chiquito a.k.a. Estong Tutong to fame. Estong was living a simple life when Teresa (Pia Moran) came. Teresa under his custody was at first easy until the reality about her person drove both of them to a world full of danger and conflicts. Teresa is an heiress but is surrounded by greeds and devils. Estong fell in love but his happiness did not last… because the one he loves is not mortal but belongs to a different world of wonders, happiness is not that easy to get.
In a not-too-distant future, humankind is caught between two warring factions of aliens: the Greys (who want to annihilate Earth and erase its inhabitants) and the Morphs (who want to preserve the planet and its population for their own selfish means). The first installment of this science fiction series introduces a few of the helpless humans caught in the crossfire, including a once-secret government operative and an altogether average Joe.
An American agent discovers that the Red Chinese have built a secret atomic city from which they will attempt to invade America.