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12th February 2004, 11:39
Quatermass & the Pit (1968)
12th February 2004, 12:16
The Forbin Project - 1969
12th February 2004, 12:28
This was a great German scifi series from the late 60s called "Raumpatrouille Orion" (=Space patrol Orion), it seems like they want to cut the episodes to make a move out of it, I'll definitely go and see it in the theaters!
12th February 2004, 15:55
This just sneaks in, but what a classic;
The Time Machine (1960)
Mia, we're looking for sci-fi films of the 60's, so, join in or *best John Wayne voice* step aside little lady or you might get hurt in the stampede!;)
12th February 2004, 16:47
To another classic HG Wells novel....
The First Men in the Moon (1964)
12th February 2004, 17:03
...then I really got hot, when I saw Janette Scott, fight I...
....that spits poison and kills.
DVD signed my Janet Scott & Janina Faye...met them both. Lovely ladies.
12th February 2004, 17:44
Robinson Cruse on Mars (1964)
Mona the monkey is just adorable.
12th February 2004, 17:50
Planet of Vampires (1965) - Director : Mario Bava
Heavily influenced "Alien". Get to see this if you can.
12th February 2004, 18:36
I have Planet of the Vampires on VHS, it's a very strange film. I don't know which is more freakish - the costumes, the acting, the plot, the music or the colour scheme.:D
My dream girl (1968)
Plenty of flesh (and furs) in this film. One day I hope to own a cardboard cut-out of Barbarella (to hang my boxers on).:)
12th February 2004, 20:00
Time to bring some class to this thread.....
Fahrenheit 451 - (1968)
12th February 2004, 20:04
One of those doom scenario films eh...
Anyway, meet my kids.:)
Village of the Damned (1960)
They make me play x-box 8 hours a day!
12th February 2004, 20:29
Cylob! Noooooooo! Don't tell me you haven't seen Fahrenheit 451.:eek:
I wanted to do things to this woman that some would consider illegal.:igor:
13th February 2004, 06:37
I saw Farenheit 451 once (back in '89), but I never did come back for more. I still have it on VHS.
I've always wanted to eat pickled-onion Monster Munch in bed with Raquel too, but we're looking at 10 years inside (at least).:( But she's nothing compared with Jane Fonda - nothing!
This is one of those atmospheric British films Jon Carpenter is very fond of (chilling all round).
Unearthly Stranger (1963)
13th February 2004, 20:48
Journey To The Seventh Planet - in colour!!!!! (1962)
John Agar again.
14th February 2004, 09:32
Have I seen that film? No, I don't think I have.:eek:
Crack in the World (1965)
Mad scientist detonates a nuclear bomb deep inside the earth, cracking it like an egg. Well, it's nearly easter and all that.
15th February 2004, 13:46
"Crack in the World", its been a long time since I saw that last. A great film.
Okay, another classic;
The Satan Bug - (1965)
16th February 2004, 16:28
A contender for Ray Harryhausen's finest hour:
Jason & the Argonauts (1963)
16th February 2004, 20:54
Okay, I'm going to have to take this one to the judges......Jason & The Argonauts? Sci-fi?
16th February 2004, 21:35
Of course. Absolutely.
17th February 2004, 09:09
Okay....just as long as you're sure.....:weird:
17th February 2004, 11:07
I've never been surer about anything.
Battle Beneath the Earth (1968)
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