When Salacious Thatch starts up an old nuclear reactor, it opens a time portal, sucking our favorite Buxom Beauties into another dimension and spiralling them through time! Along the way they meet King Arthur, Sherlock Holmes, Jack The Ripper, Matt Dillon, a whole gang of gunfighters...and even ELVIS! Forget about Bill and Ted, these Bimbos really know how to have an excellent adventure! Full of hot girls, bad comedy, not so special effects, and nonstop action - this is one seriously screwed up Sci-Fi comedy that you don't want to miss!
A mission to take down a Black Cross fortress becomes hampered when a Masked Monster, under the direction of a returned general, takes Variblune from Shinmei for their usage. This is a theatrical version of episode 15 of the Himitsu Sentai Gorenger television series.
The chronicle of the space age written through a certain immortal psionics's activity.
This blend of comedy and psycho-drama is comprised of two disturbing stories. The first tells the tale of a robot who is set to Earth by his home planet to discover new energy sources. In the second a boy is sent into deep space as part of an inhuman experiment designed to create the perfect human.
A mad scientist injects his victims with a formula that turns them into crazed killers.
Terrifying Tales contains three independently-produced shorts running about 20 minutes apiece. Only one of the three; Paul Bunnell's "Final Destination: Unknown" (copyrighted 1989), is actually horror. The other two; Armand Garabidian's "Ten Seconds to Countdown" (copyrighted 1986) and Ephraim Schwartz's "Creatures of Habit" (also 1986), are, respectively, science fiction and drama with only slight mystery components. The three used here are connected only in that they were shorts made by UCLA graduate students. Sadly, none of them is very good. The opening title screens and closing credits have been left intact for each.
Three supermen and one woman battle a band of Hooded henchmen, Bikini clad Assassins and a wacky robot all in the service of satan himself!
A group of people inside an underground complex which possesses high tech computers which tracks world events consider all options as nuclear war is at hand, air supplies may last only eight days and Biblical prophesy unfolds.
Thea, a researcher from an institute for nuclear studies, leaves for a vacation but ends up on an adventure at the boundary between fantasy and reality. On the TV screen the image of a man appears who disappeared 20 years ago after a nuclear explosion. She falls in love with this picture and convinces a colleague and close friend that they can bring back the man who disappeared through a strange reverse process. Her only way to communicate with this picture however is via the TV screen, and her love can only be communicated through dreaming.
A spaceship investigates an out-of-control planet and discovers a computer that controls an underground civilization.
This vexing piece of 1970s psychedelia manages to make Heaven look like the interior of a starship, where vaguely STAR TREK-inspired viewing screens and uniforms, as well as choreographed dance routines, are all the rage. With the head angel outraged after viewing a compilation of scenes of (remarkably innocent-looking) human excess on Earth, blue-eyed Husayn Fahmi - frequently cast as something of an otherworldly enigma in Egyptian movies - gets to observe humanity at first hand, becoming embroiled in organised crime and murder but nevertheless concluding that humankind (not to mention fallen angels like himself) are still worthy of redemption.
In this odd, silly and allegorical fairy-tale, peaceful and warlike knights vie for the hand of a beautiful princess, while a discussion of disco goes on around them. She favors a peaceful knight, while her father and his advisors like the ones carrying around a lot of weapons.—Mubi.com
A crew of space cargo workers rescue a beautiful android and land themselves in trouble thereby.
Five social misfits undergo cryogenic suspension. When they awake in the far distant future, they find a world devastated by nuclear war. Yet they discover that each of them has some personal involvement - and responsibility - for the series of the events that ended in the destruction of the world they knew.