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Sci Fi Classics [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : John Call, Leonard Hicks, George Nader, Gregory Moffett, Jackie Coogan
  • Réalisateurs : Alfonso Brescia, Alvaro Mancori, Antonio Margheriti, Arch Hall Sr., Armand Schaefer
  • Format : Coffret, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 12
  • Studio : Digital 1 Stop
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 23 mars 2004
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0001HAGU6
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Outer space teenager Derek (David Love) has a few characters flaws; he has a respect for other beings, he wants to know who his parentage is, and he reads forbidden books. Thor (Bryan Grant) has none of these hang-ups and a propensity to use earth creatures such as swimming beauty Alice Woodward (Sonia Torgeson) and little dogs for target practice. The rest of the crew are ambivalent and just want to test the earth as a possible place to grow giant man eating lobsters.

Looks like Derek escapes before they can tell him he is the son of (oh no, watch the movie and find out.) He takes a room in the house of the beautiful Betty Morgan (Dawn Bender, as Dawn Anderson) and her gullible and accepting Grandpa Morgan (Harvey B. Dunn). Grandpa is so dumb you keep wishing he was the first victim.

The film is well played out and the script sophisticated for the genera. The props were really cheep, including using the same skeleton for all the disintegrated victims. You can see where the plastic ray-gun was stamped together and the authorities used Luger Parabellums to shoot "metal pellets". The dialog deplorable and the lobster too recognizable.
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HASH(0x9bb692ac) étoiles sur 5 Classic (but cheap!)? Try not to laugh too long. 30 août 2006
Par Lonnie E. Holder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This review is based on the 2012 version of this collection. The collection changes with time, so be sure you know which version you are getting.

This collection of "classic" science fiction gets three stars for value because there are fifty movies for an incredibly low price. On the other hand, you get what you pay for. I should point out that many of these movies are not science fiction. Some movies in this group almost rise to the level of classic; including a couple that surprised me. Most of these movies are Mystery Science Theater 3000 fodder, and many of them actually appeared on MST3000. Highlights, or lowlights, as you prefer:

The Incredible Petrified World: It is incredible that anyone actually paid to see this one in the theater. The acting qualifies as petrified.

Queen of the Amazons: The Amazons needed a man to save them, and us, from this awful movie.

Moon of the Wolf: All star cast and a guy who needs a new razor. A decent movie, though we see too little of the wolf man.

Robot Monster: Sadly, this movie is no longer in the collection, so now you can no longer tell everyone that you know where moth-eaten gorilla suits go when they die.

She Gods of Shark Reef: Roger Corman, Hawaii, and a bunch of sharks; an embarrassing movie even for Corman.

The Amazing Transparent Man: Actually almost a good movie. The special effects were okay.

The Atomic Brain: Show some scantily clad babes, slap the word atomic brain for a title and you have a brilliant science fiction movie; or not.

The Horrors of Spider Island: Women in their undies run around an island with guys and a spider chasing them. A sad end for all of us.

The Wasp Woman: Beware of former beauty queens taking non-FDA approved drugs.

Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet: Actually not bad; decent robot with a murky plot.

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women: You take the footage of the previous film, make sure the babes all look like they just got ready for a film shoot, and you have a sequel, ta-da.

Kong Island: Sad. Very Sad. I wish I could take back these minutes of my life.

Bride of the Gorilla: Now you know why Raymond Burr switched to being a lawyer.

Attack of the Monsters: Gammera battles Guiron in a periodically funny Japanese monster movie.

Gammera the Invincible: Gammera learns to walk on two legs, and generally terrorizes Japan. What else is new? Still, you have to watch this one if you are a Gammera fan.

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians: Just when you think you've seen the worst you encounter this movie.

Teenagers from Outer Space: Crawdads from outer space!

Crash of Moons and Menace from Outer Space: Early television science fiction hero Rocky Jones. I love the costumes on the ladies!

Hercules Against the Moon Men; Hercules and the Captive Women; Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon; and Hercules Unchained; not all were really Hercules, but for most it does not matter anyway.

The Lost Jungle (a combined version of volumes 1 and 2): Great white hunter look silly in jungle.

Mesa of Lost Women: Lacks bite.

Assignment: Outer Space: Needs reassigned.

Laser Mission: This movie needs cut, and there ain't no laser!

Killers from Space: Decent science fiction, in spite of periodic inanity.

Phantom from Space: Aliens are misunderstood in this movie, which is one of the better ones in this collection.

White Pongo: The gorilla suit from Bride of the Gorilla gets bleached. This movie is actually decent.

Snow Creature: Begins with promise and leaves you cold.

Son of Hercules: The Land of Darkness: The biggest danger was probably getting under the falling dragon.

Giants of Rome: Right up there with the midgets of Michigan. No giants, no science fiction and only a little Rome.

First Spaceship on Venus: Probably the last too.

The Alpha Incident: Get infected by an alien virus and PARTY!

The Astral Factor: Stefanie Powers is the only hot thing in this movie.

The Galaxy Invader: You might be a redneck if you are in this sad movie.

Snowbeast: Rent an RV and chase down the abominable snowperson.

Unknown World: Interesting moments mixed with strange script lines.

Blood Tide: James Earl Jones, Jose Ferrer, Deborah Shelton, and Mary Louise Weller are doing fine until they encounter a cheesy monster.

The Brain Machine: Is brain dead.

Wild Women of Wongo: I ain't saying nothing.

Prehistoric Women: Hot hairdo women in caves.

They Came from Beyond Space: Considering that this movie is one of the best in this collection, I should be nice to it.

Warning from Space: Crams too many story lines into less than an hour and a half, but otherwise a decent movie.

Phantom Planet: Has its moments, good, bad, and awful.

Planet Outlaws: It's Buck Rogers in a wobbly space ship on wires.

Colossus and the Amazon Queen: Rod Taylor in a funny sword and sandals movie; about as bad as it sounds.

Eegah: The prototype for the character Jaws in the James Bond movies, only living in a cave, carrying a club, and having the hots for a local teenager.

Cosmos: War of the Planets: Well, maybe only one planet, with one evil robot, with a flashy light thingy. Pretty heady stuff.

Destroy All Planets: Gammera (or Gamera) trots about saving little boys that steal submarines and get captured by aliens.

Sadly, this new collection eliminated a couple of movies that were fun, like "Robot Monster" and "Zontar, Thing from Venus." I would have eliminated a couple of the others in favor of these two movies.

If you are a big science fiction fan, you will enjoy many of these movies. Even the movies you find less than okay are good for one watch, and the price of this collection will keep your personal distress low.

Good luck!
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HASH(0x9bb69300) étoiles sur 5 50 Flicks of Public Domain Goodness 27 avril 2007
Par Charles J. Rector - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
SciFi Classics is a collection of 50 movies that have only one thing in common: they are all public domain and as such it is possible for them to be presented in highly affordable collections. I paid $21.99 for my set and that comes down to about 44 cents per movie. The way that movie tickets cost nowadays, you really cannot complain about this collection.

Anyways, here is how I rate the movies in SciFi Classics:

Good:

The Amazing Transparent Man

Assignment: Outer Space

Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon

Hercules Unchained

Killers From Space

Laser Mission

Lost Jungle

Phantom From Space

The Phantom Planet

Planet Outlaws

Queen of the Amazons

The Wasp Woman

Zontar, the Thing From Venus

Average:

Colossus and the Amazon Queen

First Spaceship On Venus

Horrors of Spider Island

Robot Monster

She Gods of Shark Reef

They Came From Beyond Space

Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women

Warning From Space

White Pongo

Bad:

The Astral Factor

Attack of the Monsters

The Atomic Brain

Battle of the Worlds

Blood Tide

The Brain Machine

Bride of the Gorilla

Cosmos: War of the Planets

Crash of the Moons

Destroy All Planets

Devil of the Desert vs. the Son of Hercules

Eegah

The Galaxy Invader

Gammera, the Invincible

Hercules Against The Moonmen

Hercules and the Captive Women

The Incredible Petrified World

King of Kong Island

Menace From Outer Space

Mesa of Lost Women

Prehistoric Women

Santa Claus Conquers The Martians

The Snow Creature

Son of Hercules

Teenagers From Outer Space

Unknown World

The Wild Women of Wongo

All in all, an incredible bargain.
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HASH(0x9bb69738) étoiles sur 5 15 bucks well spent 5 mars 2007
Par Chuckles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Granted, what this compilation defines as "classic" is rather off-the-mark (unless you consider Ed Wood films as "classic" as well), for the money, this is a great collection of B-to-Z films. Being on the far side of 40, I remember many of these films from my Golden Age of broadcast television, especially the UHF weekend midnight movie showings that usually featured a really bad vampire as the host. And, yes, many of the films are NOT sci-fi in the strictest sense, yet many ARE straight-up low budget sci-fi films. As mentioned in other reviews, many (if not most) are instant MST3K fodder.

One thing I do want to specifically mention is that the collection, at least included in the 50-pack I got, DOES include the Ed Woodian classically bad "Robot Monsters." Mine has it titled as "The Robot Monster" on Disc 1, Side A, film 3. I was actually quite happy to finally be able to view this Z classic of the Earth-invading alien portrayed as a helmut-topped gorilla climbing up & down the same hill over and over again. CLASSIC!

I think other reviewers have covered the overall reviews of the films quite nicely, no need to cover old ground in that regard.

And again, for the money, I have no beef with the quality of the transfers and the sound quality. Certainly no worse than the UHF broadcasts of my youth. And at least this outfit has the class to NOT put their version of the utterly distracting logo icon of their company in the lower-right-corner of the screen as I've seen other public domain DVD releases do (hello, Kino, I'm talking to you).

For me at least, for many idle weekends to come, 15 bucks well spent.
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HASH(0x9bb69720) étoiles sur 5 Some Kind of Strange Masterpiece 13 juin 2001
Par mackjay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Tom Graeff's "Teenagers From Outer Space" is some kind of strange, perhaps accidental masterpiece. How did such a low-budget effort,using unknown (mostly untalented) actors wind up being so entertaining?
One big reason for this movie's 'success' is its pulp sci-fi look and feel. Watching it is like reading a 1950s sci-fi comic book, or like reading a sci-fi short story from the same period. The pulp look derives from the costumes and choice of locations used, as well as that of the monster "Gargan". A pulp feel results from the fast pace (actually rare in the sci-fi B-movie genre), some surprising violence, and the earnest, if inept, acting style.
A few scenes betray Tom Graeff's directorial talent: the laser gun attacks at the gas station, and especially, the unexpectedly effective car chase. These may frustrate some viewers; they suggest how much "better" the film might have been. But for some, they are balanced by the wonderfully comatose performance of the lead actor and the ludicrous spectacle of the "Gargan".
The DVD issue of "Teenagers From Outer Space" deserves a top recommendation. The film transfer is clear and rather impressive, the sound more than adequate. Inside the colorful keepcase there is a really informative essay. Another big plus is the collection of original trailers for other films in the B-Sci-Fi genre, most of which are in fine shape and--in some cases--are more interesting than the films themselves. Included here is, fortunately, the rarely seen trailer for "Teenagers From Outer Space": the wondrous film that includes NO teenage actors, but will entertain generations to come.
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HASH(0x9bb69be8) étoiles sur 5 On a 1 to 10 scale, this collection is rated: 3.2 31 mars 2007
Par Annie Van Auken - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
SCI-FI CLASSICS COLLECTION is an eclectic mix of hokey science fiction and fantasy, with a sprinkling of action films (of the sandals and swords variety). One commonality here is the typically low score all fifty of these "classics" got from users of a film-related website. On a one to ten scale, the current average for this set calculates out to: 3.2.

Scoring is relevant only to plot, editing, effects, etc, and doesn't consider stock condition or audio/video transfer quality. This multi-pack may only be for the most ardent of sci-fi/fantasy fans, as well as lovers of well-aged cheese.

The following program list includes individual ratings, main actors, years of release and country of origin (if other than USA)--

(2.7) The Amazing Transparent Man (1960) - Marguerite Chapman/Douglas Kennedy
(2.5) Attack Of The Monsters (Japan-1969) - Christopher Murphey
(3.6) Battle Of The Worlds (Italy-1961) - Claude Rains/Bill Carter
(3.6) Blood Tide (UK/Greece-1982) - James Earl Jones/José Ferrer
(3.3) The Brain Machine (1977) - James Best/Gerald McRaney
(3.7) Bride Of The Gorilla (1951) - Lon Chaney Jr./Raymond Burr
(4.0) Colossus And The Amazon Queen (Italy-1960) - Rod Taylor/Ed Fury
(3.2) Cosmos: War Of The Planets (Italy-1977) - John Richardson/West Buchanan
(3.3) Crash Of The Moons ("Rocky Jones") (TV-1954) - Richard Crane/Scotty Beckett
(3.9) Destroy All Planets (Japan-1968) - Carl Craig/Peter Williams
(4.3) Devil Of The Desert Against The Son Of Hercules (Italy-1964) - Kirk Morris/Howard Ross
(2.6) Eegah (1962) - Arch Hall Jr./Richard Kiel
(3.3) First Spaceship On Venus (E Ger/Poland-1960)
(3.3) The Galaxy Invader (1985) - Richard Ruxton/Faye Tilles
(4.7) Gammera The Invincible (1966) - Albert Dekker/Brian Donlevy
(1.9) Hercules Against The Moonmen (France/Italy-1964) - Jany Clair
(3.0) Hercules And The Captive Women (Italy/France-1961) - Reg Park/Fay Spain
(5.0) Hercules And The Tyrants Of Babylon (Italy-1964) - Peter Lupus
(3.6) Hercules Unchained (Italy/France/Spain-1959) - Steve Reeves/Sylvia Koschina
(2.2) Horrors Of Spider Island (W Ger/Yugo-1960) - Alexander D'Arcy/Barbara Valentin
(2.9) The Incredible Petrified World (1957) - John Carradine/Robert Clarke
(4.2) Invisible Strangler ("The Astral Factor") (1976) - Robert Foxworth/Stefanie Powers
(3.0) Killers From Space (1954) - Peter Graves/James Seay
(1.7) King Of Kong Island (Italy-1968) - Brad Harris/Marc Lawrence
(2.5) Laser Mission (USA/Ger/So Afr-1990) - Brandon Lee/Ernest Borgnine
(5.1) Lost Jungle (1934) - Clyde Beatty/Cecilia Parker
(3.3) Menace From Outer Space ("Rocky Jones") (TV-1956) - Richard Crane/Scotty Beckett
(2.5) Mesa Of Lost Women (1953) - Jackie Coogan/Lyle Talbot
(2.3) Monstrosity ("The Atomic Brain") (1964) - Marjorie Eaton/Frank Gerstle
(3.5) Phantom From Space (1953) - Ted Cooper/Tom Daly
(2.3) The Phantom Planet (1961) - Dean Fredericks/Francis X. Bushman
(4.0) Planet Outlaws ("Buck Rogers") (1953) - Buster Crabbe/Constance Moore
(3.0) Prehistoric Women (1950) - Laurette Luez/Allan Nixon
(3.7) Queen Of The Amazons (1947) - Robert Lowery/Patricia Morison
(3.4) Robot Monster (1953) - George Nader/Claudia Barret
(2.5) Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (1964) - John Call/Pia Zadora (in a minor role)
(2.3) She Gods Of Shark Reef (1958) - Bill Cord/Don Durant
(2.7) The Snow Creature (1954) - Paul Langton/Leslie Denison
(3.1) Son Of Hercules (In The Land Of Darkness) (Italy-1963) - Don Vadis/Ken Clark
(3.1) Space Men ("Assignment: Outer Space") (Italy-1960) - Rik Van Nutter/David Montresor
(3.0) Teenagers From Outer Space (1959) - David Love/Dawn Bender
(3.8) They Came From Beyond Space (UK-1967) - Robert Hutton/Jennifer Jayne
(3.9) Unknown World (1951) - Bruce Kellogg/Otto Waldis
(1.7) Voyage To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women (1968) - Mamie Van Doren/Mary Marr
(3.3) Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet (1965) - Basil Rathbone/Faith Domergue
(4.2) Warning From Space (Japan-1956)
(3.1) The Wasp Woman (1960) - Susan Cabot/Anthony Eisley
(3.1) White Pongo (1945) - Richard Fraser/Maris Wrixon
(2.0) The Wild Women Of Wongo (1958) - Adrienne Bourbeau/Pat Crowley
(2.7) Zontar, The Thing From Venus (TV-1966) - John Agar/Susan Bjurman
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