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The Roger Corman drive-in classic presented in widesreen. Starring Susan Cabot with Corman appearing in a small role(see if you can spot him).

The classic original but with the editing mistakes and jump cuts fixed. A superior cut to any other.

The Martians kidnap Santa because there is nobody on Mars to give their children presents.

Third in a series of Italian science fiction films clearly inspired by Star Wars. This entry features a couple of comical robots. Three other films in the series are #1 War of the Planets (aka Cosmos 1977), #2 War of the Robots (1978) and #4 Beast in Space (1980). The series is most famous for its gold skinned blond androids and the use of reflective "light sabers".

From IMDB: A Nazi scientist invents a time machine enabling him to alter the events of WWII.

This one's about strange women who love their men to death, literally! Maybe the fact that there's a research facility doing top secret experiments might have something to do with the suspicious deaths.

A mummified ape man is brought back to life and wreaks havok. This movie was shot in 1958 and is black and white. A later version of this film was released in color with a half hour of new scenes shot in 1972 added and titled "Curse Of Bigfoot".

Not to be confused with "Murder By Television" starring Bela Lugosi. This film is about a young inventor trying to get his television system financed. A gang of crooks are out to stop him. This film is considered science fiction by many because the concept of television was still on the drawing boards in the 30's, but it's also a comedy. Stars Lyle Talbot, Mary Astor, Nat Pendleton, and Joyce Compton. Whether you would consider this scifi or not, you should find it entertaining anyway.

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