The Classic Sci-fi Ultimate Collection

The Classic Sci-fi Ultimate Collection

DVD - 2006
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Tarantula: An experiment to create a growth formulat that could end starvation evolves into a nightmare when a contaminated spider grows gargantuan.
The mole people: Deep below the surface of the earth, three scientists stumble upon a tyrannical tribe of albinos who have enslaved a mutant race of mole people.
The incredible shrinking man: A radioactive fog causes a man to shrink until he is only two inches tall.
The monolith monsters: In a desperate race against time and nature, a geologist and a scientist must find a way to stop the effects of killer outer-space rocks that are literally petrifying people with fear.
Monster on the campus: Terror sweeps a college campus after the discovery of a prehistoric fish that turns animals and humans into bloodthirsty monsters.


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Dec 24, 2016

Greetings, all you Sci-Fi fans! - Are you ready for the Ultimate Collection, Volume 2?

Out of this often-funny and equally entertaining collection of 5 Sci-Fi films from Hollywood's "Golden Age" - It's definitely 1940's "Dr. Cyclops" that is the real stand-out of them all here. Believe me - The miniaturization effects in this film (for its time) are, without question, quite impressive. Indeed. This is also the only picture here that is filmed in colour.

The 4 remaining b&w, Sci-Fi gems are all from the good, old 1950s. And out of this set - I'd say that "The Deadly Mantis" and "The Leech Woman" are your best bet for some real, honest-to-goodness belly-laughs of unintentional humour and screams of total hilarity..... Enjoy!

*Note* - All of these films have running times that are 80 minutes, or less.

(*Watch "Dr. Cyclops" movie-trailer*)

Dec 27, 2011

all black/white. all solid productions, no b movies. i liked this set better than vol. 2.


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