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Classic Sci-Fi, Horror, Fantasy and Monster Movie List

 

1902 – A Trip to the Moon (aka Voyage dans la Lune) [French; Disappearing lunar aliens using stop motion cinema; Marie-Georges-Jean Mιliθs]

1904 – Dog Factory, The

1905 – An Impossible Voyage [French; Marie-Georges-Jean Mιliθs] (Two-Reel Companion to “A Trip to the Moon”; aka “Le Voyage a Travers L'Impossible”)

1905 – Motorist, The

1906 – Electric Hotel, The

1906 – Voyage Around a Star

1907 – 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (aka A Fisherman’s Nightmare) [French; Marie-Georges-Jean Mιliθs]

1910 – A Trip to Mars [an Edison Studios version of Georges Mιliθs "A Trip to the Moon"] (Professor reverses gravity and goes to Mars to encounter half-human creatures and tree monsters who imprison him.  Luckily, some Martian breath freezes him into a snowball that explodes and catapults him to Earth.)

1910 – Aerial Submarine, The

1910 – Frankenstein [an Edison-Dawley production]

1911 – Aerial Anarchists, The

1911 – One Hundred Years After

1911 – Pirates of 1920, The

1912 – Black Box, The

1912 – Conquest of the Pole

1912 – Man’s Genesis

1913 – Last Days of Pompeii , The [Italian; ]

1913 – Message From Mars [British; ] (A Martian is sent to Earth to admonish a selfish man while the alien's leader watches his progress.  Re-made in 1921 as “A Message From Mars”.)

1914 – In the Year 2014

1915 – Diamond From the Sky, The

1915 – Little Black Box, The

1916 – 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea [First use of underwater photography for special effects]

1916 – End of the World, The (aka Verdens Undergang)  [Danish; ]

1916 – Fall of a Nation, The

1916 – Flying Torpedo, The

1916 – Homunculus the Leader [German;] (Retelling of Mary Shelley's 1818 "Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus’)

1917 – Eyes of the Mummy [German; ]

1917 – Zepplin Attack on New York , A

1918 – A Trip To Mars (aka Himmelskibet, Heaven Ship, Sky Ship, The Ship of Heaven) [Danish; ]  (Explorers arrive on Mars where they discover a placid, peace loving race of people, and a Martian girl who they take back to Earth with them.)

1918 – Blue Bird, The

1918 – Master Mystery, The

1919 – Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The [German; Mindgame movie with mad doctor controlling ghastly sleepwalker and murders all around town]

1920 – Der Golem [German; Clay statue brought to life to protect but turns into a monster]

1920 – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

1920 – Nomads of the North

1920 – Outside of the Law

1920 – Terror Island (with Harry Houdini)

1921 – Haunted Castle, The [German; ] (aka Schloss Vogeloed)

1921 – Man Who Stole the Moon, The (aka Sky Ranger)

1921 – Mechanical Man, The [Italian; Andre Deed’s rare film in which a robot terrorizes a city]

1921 – Message From Mars, A (A spectral messenger from Mars arrives on Earth and wanders through the streets pointing out the needs of the poor.)

1922 – Dr. Mabuse, Der Spieler [German; ]

1922 – Haxan

1922 – Headless Horseman, The [Will Rogers in adaptation of Washington Irving classic]

1922 – L’Atlantide [German; ]

1922 – Nosferatu [German; Creepy adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula]

1922 – Shadows

1923 – Hunchback of Notre Dame, The

1923 – Shock, The

1924 – Aelita, the Queen of Mars [Russian; Engineer travels to Mars to meet his dream girl]

1924 – Last Man on Earth, The

1924 – Thief of Bagdad

1925 – Lost World, The [World of stop-motion dinosaurs discovered on Amazon expedition]

1925 – Midnight Girl, The

1925 – Monster, The [Comic relief and cutesy romance overshadow Lon Chaney performance]

1925 – Phantom of the Opera, The [Scary adaptation with good tension and great Lon Chaney]

1926 – The Bat

1927 – London After Midnight [Chaney as vampire in effective horror mystery]

1927 – Metropolis [German; Elite ruling class in future city benefit from labor of subjugated masses working below]

1927 – Unknown, The [Chaney as armless circus freak involved in murder, jealousy, and surgery]

1928 – Alraune [German; ]

1928 – Fall of the House of Usher, The

1928 – Man Who Laughs, The

1928 – Spies (aka Spione) [German; ]

1928 – Thief of Bagdad , The

1928 – West of Zanzibar [Crippled stage magician up to no good] (Released with synchronized music and sound effects and remade with sound as Kongo in 1932)

1929 – Girl in the Moon [German; Fritz Lang’s “Die Frau im Mond” featured Hermann Oberth’s planned promotional rocket launch]

 

 

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1930 – Bat Whispers, The

1930 – Just Imagine (Man struck by lightning in 1930 is resurrected in 1980 and winds up taking the first trip to Mars)

1931 – Dracula

1931 – Drums of Jeopardy

1931 – Frankenstein

1931 – M

1931 – Vampyr

1932 – Chandu the Magician

1932 – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

1932 – F.P. 1 Does Not Respond

1932 – Freaks

1932 – Kongo (Remake of Lon Chaney’s West of Zanzibar [1928])

1932 – Monster Walks, The

1932 – Most Dangerous Game, The

1932 – Mummy, The (Karloff plays the quintessential mummy)

1932 – Murders in the Rue Morgue

1932 – Old Dark House, The

1932 – Six Hours to Live (Slain diplomat bought back to life via a scientific experiment)

1932 – White Zombie

1933 – Das Testament Des Dr. Mabuse [German; ]

1933 – Death Kiss, The

1933 – Deluge (First disaster movie! A solar eclipse occurs causes a massive earthquake   in California , and New York is inundated with massive tidal waves)

1933 – Ghoul, The

1933 – Invisible Man, The

1933 – Island of Lost Souls

1933 – King Kong [Classic monster movie of all time]

1933 – Murders in the Zoo

1933 – Mystery of the Wax Museum, The (Remade in 1953 in 3-D)

1933 – Narcotic

1933 – Night of Terror

1933 – Son of Kong

1933 – Sphinx, The (Remade in 1942 as The Phantom Killer)

1933 – Vampire Bat, The

1934 – Black Cat, The (Great thriller with Karloff and Lugosi)

1934 – Chandu on the Magic Island (Sequel to Chandu the Magician)

1934 – Maniac

1934 – Return of Chandu, The

1935 – Black Room, The

1935 – Bride of Frankenstein, The

1935 – Condemned to Live

1935 – Mad Love

1935 – Mark of the Vampire, The

1935 – Murder By Television

1935 – Murder in the Red Barn

1935 – Mysterious Mr. Wong, The

1935 – Phantom Empire, The (Gene Autry Sci-Fi serial)

1935 – Raven, The (Superb thriller with great masters at their peak)

1935 – She

1935 – Trans-Atlantic Tunnel [British; ]

1935 – Werewolf of London

1936 – Devil Doll, The

1936 – Dracula's Daughter

1936 – Flash Gordon

1936 – House of Secrets

1936 – Invisible Ray, The

1936 – Man Who Changed His Mind, The [British; ] (aka The Man Who Lived Again)

1936 – Modern Times

1936 – Postal Inspector

1936 – Revolt of the Zombies (Sequel to White Zombie [1932])

1936 – Shadow of Chinatown

1936 – Sharad of Atlantis [Discovery of underwater kingdom] (Re-edited from Republic serial, The Undersea Kingdom]

1936 – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

1936 – Things to Come

1936 – Walking Dead, The

1937 – Hurricane, The

1937 – Lost Horizon

1937 – Love From a Stranger

1937 – Never Too Late To Mend

1937 – SOS Coast Guard (Bela Lugosi serial)

1938 – Flash Gordon’s A Trip To Mars (aka Space Soldiers’ Trip To Mars) [Serial]

1938 – Mr. Wong, Detective (First entry in the Mr. Wong series)

1938 – Rocketship

1938 – Under The Big Top

1939 – Buck Rogers

1939 – Crimes at the Dark House

1939 – Devil’s Island

1939 – Face at the Window, The

1939 – Gorilla, The

1939 – Human Monster, The (aka The Dark Eyes of London/Dead Eyes of London)

1939 – Hunchback of Notre Dame, The

1939 – Invisible Man Returns, The

1939 – Mr. Wong in Chinatown (Third entry in the Mr. Wong series)

1939 – Mystery of Mr. Wong, The (Second entry in the Mr. Wong series)

1939 – Phantom Creeps, The

1939 – Son of Frankenstein

1939 – Terror, The

1939 – Torture Ship

1939 – Tower of London

1940 – Ape, The

1940 – Black Friday

1940 – Chamber of Horrors

1940 – Doomed to Die (Fifth entry in the Mr. Wong series)

1940 – Dr. Cyclops

1940 – Fatal Hour, The (Fourth entry in the Mr. Wong series)

1940 – Invisible Man Returns, The

1940 – Invisible Woman, The

1940 – Mad Doctor, The

1940 – Man with Nine Lives, The

1940 – Mr. Wong - Phantom of Chinatown (Sixth entry in the Mr. Wong series)

1940 – Mummy's Hand, The

1940 – One Million B.C.

1940 – Son of Ingagi

1940 – Thief of Bagdad , The (Remake of the 1928 Fairbanks classic)

1941 – Devil Bat, The

1941 – Devil Commands, The

1941 – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

1941 – Horror Island

1941 – Invisible Ghost

1941 – Invisible Woman, The

1941 – Killer Bats

1941 – King of the Zombies (Key military secrets found and zombies all about)

1941 – Man Made Monster

1941 – Monster and the Girl, The (Brain of prostitute’s dead brother winds up in gorilla)

1941 – Wolf Man, The

1942 – Black Dragons

1942 – Bowery at Midnight

1942 – Cat People

1942 – Corpse Vanishes, The

1942 – Devil’s Hand, The [French; ]

1942 – Eyes in the Night

1942 – Ghost of Frankenstein, The

1942 – Invisible Agent, The

1942 – Mad Monster, The

1942 – Man with Two Lives, The

1942 – Mummy’s Tomb, The

1942 – Night Has Eyes, The [British; ] (aka Terror House)

1942 – Night Monster

1942 – Undying Monster, The (Werewolf on the prowl)

1943 – Ape Man, The

1943 – Black Raven, The

1943 – Captive Wild Woman

1943 – Dead Men Walk

1943 – Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman

1943 – I Walked with a Zombie

1943 – Leopard Man, The

1943 – Mad Ghoul, The (aka Mystery of the Ghoul)

1943 – Phantom of the Opera (Remake of 1925 version)

1943 – Return of the Vampire, The

1943 – Seventh Victim, The

1943 – Shadow of a Doubt (Remade in 1958 as Step Down to Terror)

1943 – Son of Dracula

1944 – Between Two Worlds

1944 – Cry of the Werewolf

1944 – Curse of the Cat People, The

1944 – House of Frankenstein

1944 – Invisible Man’s Revenge, The

1944 – It Happened Tomorrow

1944 – Lady and the Monster, The (Remade as Donovan’s Brain)

1944 – Monster Maker, The

1944 – Mummy’s Curse, The

1944 – Mummy’s Ghost, The

1944 – Nabonga

1944 – One Body Too Many

1944 – Return of the Ape Man

1944 – Uninvited, The

1945 – Body Snatcher, The (Atmospheric tale about doctors dealings with body snatcher)

1945 – Dead of Night [British; ]

1945 – Fog Island

1945 – House of Dracula, The

1945 – Isle of the Dead

1945 – Vampire’s Ghost, The

1945 – White Gorilla

1945 – White Pongo

1945 – Zombies on Broadway

1946 – Beast with Five Fingers, The

1946 – Brute Man, The (Disfigured man becomes a crazed murderer)

1946 – Devil Bat’s Daughter

1946 – Flying Serpent, The [Scientist protects Aztec treasure with prehistoric bird] (Remake of The Devil Bat)

1946 – Mask of Diijon, The

1946 – Queen of the Amazons

1946 – She-Wolf of London

1946 – Spiral Staircase, The

1946 – Stranger, The

1946 – Strangler of the Swamp

1946 – Unknown, The

1947 – Scared to Death

1948 – Horror Maniacs (aka The Greed of William Hart)

1948 – Unknown Island

1949 – King of the Rocketmen (Serial of 12 episodes remade into Lost Planet Airmen)

1949 – Lost Planet Airmen (Feature compiles 12 Episode Serial)

1949 – Mighty Joe Young

1949 – Zamba

1950 – Destination Moon [Robert A. Heinlein coscript and Chesley Bonestell painted sets]

1950 – Flying Disc Man From Mars [Visitor from Mars has evil on his mind - Serial of 12 episodes)

1950 – Flying Saucer, The [Visitors from outer space create havoc in Alaska backdrop]

1950 – Mark of the Gorilla

1950 – Next Voice You Hear, The

1950 – Prehistoric Women

1950 – Rocketship X–M [Ship to Moon but winds up on Mars; sets standard for all movies]

1950 – Two Lost Worlds

1951 – Bride of the Gorilla

1951 – Day the Earth Stood Still, The [Visitor from outer space with a warning to earthmen]

1951 – Five [Nuclear holocaust survivors]

1951 – Flight to Mars [Very low-budget discovery of lost civilization on Mars; in Cinecolor]

1951 – Head, The

1951 – Lost Continent, The

1951 – Man from Planet X, The [Thin-faced space visitor badgered in Scottish moors]

1951 – Thing from Another World, The [Flying saucer with alien being lands in Arctic freeze]

1951 – Unknown World [Geologist tries to reach earth’s core in mechanical mole]

1951 – When Worlds Collide [Asteroid collision sends planetesimals to hit earth; in Technicolor]

1952 – Black Castle , The

1952 – Invasion U.S.A.

1952 – My Son the Vampire [British; ] (Slapstick spoof w/ Bela Lugosi)

1952 – Radar Men From the Moon (Commando Cody serial)

1952 – Red Planet Mars [Heavy Cold War propaganda]

1952 – Unnatural

1952 – Untamed Women [Druid women on island befriend downed pilots]

1952 – Vampire, The [British; ]

1953 – Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, The

1953 – Bowanga, Bowanga (aka The White Sirens of Africa)

1953 – Dementia

1953 – Donovan’s Brain

1953 – Doom Town [13-minute short]

1953 – House of Wax [3-D remake of The Mystery of the Wax Museum]

1953 – Invaders from Mars [Martians land in a sand trap and burrow to invade]

1953 – It Came from Outer Space [Alien spaceship lands in AZ desert; in 3D process]

1953 – Killer Ape

1953 – Magnetic Monster, The

1953 – Maze, The

1953 – Mesa of Lost Women

1953 – Phantom From Space [Invisible alien crash lands near Los Angeles – wreaks havoc]

1953 – Project Moonbase [Space station trip to Moon; Cold War premise and Robert A. Heinlein coscript]

1953 – Robot Monster [Gorilla in diving helmet wipes out most of earth people in 3D]

1953 – Spaceways [British; Space missile and flight into outer stratosphere]

1953 – War of the Worlds [Classic Martian invasion yarn based on H. G. Wells story; in Technicolor]

1954 – 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Disney remake of 1916 silent era film)

1954 – Cat-Women of the Moon [All males killed by warrior class females on the Moon so the next source for men is earth; Remade as Missile to the Moon] (aka Rocket to the Moon)

1954 – Crash of the Moons (Rocky Jones Space Ranger serial)

1954 – Creature From the Black Lagoon

1954 – Devil Girl from Mars [British; Her spaceship lands in Scotland - looking for earth husbands]

1954 – Diabolique, Les [French; ]

1954 – Gog

1954 – Gojira [Japanese; Fire-breathing monster spawned from radioactivity destroys Tokyo ]

1954 – Killers From Space [Pilot killed in crash brought back to life by aliens from planet Astron Delta - plan is to invade earth with his help]

1954 – Monster From the Ocean Floor [Roger Corman’s first, abysmal effort joins a squidlike creature and a minisubmarine] (aka It Skulks the Ocean Floor and The Monster Maker)

1954 – Revenge of the Creature

1954 – Riders to the Stars [Astronauts try to scoop up meteors in earth orbit to make better spaceships]

1954 – Rocket Man, The

1954 – Snow Creature, The

1954 – Stranger From Venus [Benevolent visitor from Venus with healing powers warns of nuclear proliferation]

1954 – Target Earth [People in deserted city trapped by robot invasion force]

1954 – Them!

1954 – Tobor the Great

1955 – Bride of the Monster

1955 – Conquest of Space [Trip to Mars with marsquake, water snow, and religious overtones; Chesley Bonestell painted sets; in Technicolor]

1955 – Creature with the Atom Brain

1955 – Fire Maidens of Outer Space [British; Travel to an earthlike 13th moon of Jupiter; Superbomb]

1955 – Half Human

1955 – It Came From Beneath the Sea

1955 – Tarantula!

1955 – This Island Earth [Travel to the planet Metaluna; in Technicolor]

1956 – 1984 [British; ]

1956 – Bad Seed, The

1956 – Beast With 1,000,000 Eyes, The (aka Beast With a Million Eyes, The)

1956 – Black Sleep, The

1956 – Creature Walks Among Us, The

1956 – Creeping Unknown, The [British; Spaceship returns to earth with a creature aboard] (aka The Quatermass Xperiment and followed by sequel Enemy From Space)

1956 – Curucu, Beast of the Amazon

1956 – Day the World Ended, The

1956 – Earth vs. the Flying Saucers [Invasion by saucers in Washington D.C. ]

1956 – Forbidden Planet [Travel to a planet outside solar system; in Widescreen CinemaScope]

1956 – Gamma People, The [British; ]

1956 – Godzilla, King of Monsters [American version with Raymond Burr and extras from Gojira]

1956 – Hunchback of Notre Dame, The

1956 – I Vampiri [Italian; ]

1956 – Ilya Muromets [Russian; ]

1956 – Indestructible Man, The

1956 – Invasion of the Body Snatchers [Alien seed pods takeover human race; in SuperScope]

1956 – It Conquered the World [Carrot-shaped aliens from Venus] (Remade as Zontar, the Terror From Venus)

1956 – Man Beast

1956 – Mole People, The

1956 – Phantom from 10,000 Leagues, The

1956 – Return of the Creature

1956 – Satellite in the Sky [British; Female reporter stows away on first satellite launch]

1956 – Starman: Evil Brain From Outer Space

1956 – UFO (aka Unidentified Flying Objects: The True Story of Flying Saucers)

1956 – Warning From Space [Japanese; Flying saucer lands in Tokyo Bay with aliens in star-shaped polyester suits]

1956 – Werewolf, The

1956 – World Without End [Spaceship to Mars exceeds time barrier; in CinemaScope]

1956 – X The Unknown

1957 – 20 Million Miles to Earth [Spaceship returns from Venus expedition with creature] (aka The Beast from Space, and The Giant Ymir)

1957 – 27th Day, The [Aliens give five people capsules capable of destroying Earth]

1957 – Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas , The [British; ] (aka The Abominable Snowman)

1957 – Amazing Colossal Man, The

1957 – Attack of the Crab Monsters, The

1957 – Beginning of the End

1957 – Black Scorpion, The

1957 – Curse of Frankenstein, The

1957 – Curse of the Demon [British] (Originally called Night of the Demon; aka Haunted)

1957 – Cyclops, The

1957 – Deadly Mantis, The

1957 – Electronic Monster, The [British; ] (aka Escapement)

1957 – Enemy From Space [British; Sequel to The Creeping Unknown]

1957 – From Hell It Came

1957 – Giant Claw, The

1957 – How to Make a Monster

1957 – I Was a Teenage Frankenstein

1957 – I Was a Teenage Werewolf

1957 – Incredible Petrified World, The

1957 – Incredible Shrinking Man, The

1957 – Invasion of the Saucer-Men [Saucer men outdone by local teens]

1957 – Invisible Boy, The

1957 – Kronos [Orbiting spaceship sends control devices to earth; in Regalscope]

1957 – Monolith Monsters, The [Meteor hits earth; recrystallization of crust begins]

1957 – Monster From Green Hell [Orbiting wasps return to earth in Africa and killer mutant bees result]

1957 – Monster that Challenged the World, The

1957 – Mysterians, The [Japanese; Aliens construct dome and desire earth women]

1957 – Night the World Exploded, The

1957 – Not of this Earth [Alien needs fresh blood to survive] (Remade in 1988 w/ Traci Lords)

1957 – Rodan

1957 – Teenage Monster

1957 – Undead, The [Scientist looking for reincarnation sends himself back in time to the Dark Ages]

1957 – Unearthly, The

1957 – Unknown Terror, The

1957 – Vampire, The [Mexican; ] (aka Mark of the Vampire)

1957 – Woman Eater, The

1958 – 7th Voyage of Sinbad, The

1958 – Astounding She Monster, The

1958 – Attack From Space [Japanese; ]

1958 – Attack of the 50’ Woman

1958 – Attack of the Puppet People

1958 – Blob, The [Meteor carries the Blob to earth where it spreads out]

1958 – Blood of Dracula [British; ]

1958 – Brain Eaters, The

1958 – Brain from Planet Arous, The [Giant floating brain alien takes over scientist]

1958 – Bride and the Beast, The (aka Queen of the Gorillas)

1958 – Colossus of New York

1958 – Crawling Eye, The [British; Alien invaders try to hide in giant cloud (aka The Trollenberg Terror)

1958 – Day the Sky Exploded, The [Italian; ]

1958 – Earth vs. the Spider, The (aka The Spider)

1958 – Fiend Without a Face

1958 – Flame Barrier [Satellite in jungle found embedded in hot alien]

1958 – Fly, The

1958 – Frankenstein 1970

1958 – From the Earth to the Moon [Early rocket flight to the Moon; in Technicolor]

1958 – Giant From the Unknown [Giant depraved conquistador wrecks havoc in California ]

1958 – Haunted Strangler, The

1958 – Horror of Dracula

1958 – House on Haunted Hill

1958 – How to Make a Monster [Zombie-like killers created by make-up artist]

1958 – I Bury the Living

1958 – I Married a Monster From Outer Space [Rehash of Body Snatcher theme]

1958 – It! The Terror from Beyond Space [Spaceship returning for Mars has dangerous creature aboard; prototype and inspiration for Alien] (aka It! The Vampire From Outer Space)

1958 – Lost Missile, The [Alien spaceship circles earth and destroys cities with fire]

1958 – Monster on Campus

1958 – Night of the Blood Beast [Astronaut returns to earth with alien embryos inside]

1958 – Night of the Demon [British; ] (aka Curse of the Demon)

1958 – Night of the Ghouls [Lost sequel to Bride of the Monster] (aka Revenge of the Dead)

1958 – Professor, The

1958 – Queen of Outer Space [Spaceship to Moon abducted to Venus; in CinemaScope]

1958 – Revenge of Frankenstein, The

1958 – Rocket Attack , U.S.A. [Cold war propaganda about nuclear missile hitting NYC]

1958 – Satan’s Satellites [Condensed version of 1952 Republic serial Zombies of the Stratosphere]

1958 – Screaming Skull

1958 – She Demons

1958 – She Gods of Shark Reef

1958 – Space Children, The

1958 – Tales of Frankenstein

1958 – Terror From the Year 5000 [Scientists regret bringing woman from the year 5000 back to their time]

1958 – Thing That Couldn’t Die, The

1958 – Varan, the Unbelievable [Japanese; ]

1958 – War of the Colossal Beast

1958 – Wild Women of Wongo [Early sexploitation film concerning two warring tribes]

1958 = Vampire’s Coffin, The [Italian; El Ataud del Vampiro]

1959 – 4D Man

1959 – Alligator People, The

1959 – Amazing Transparent Man, The

1959 – Atomic Submarine, The

1959 – Attack of the Giant Leeches

1959 – Bat, The

1959 – Bucket of Blood, A

1959 – Caltiki, the Immortal Monster [Italian; Amusing blob-like creature chases scientists around in Mexico ]

1959 – Cosmic Man, The [Spherical spaceship brings benevolent alien to earth]

1959 – Daughter of Dr. Jekyll

1959 – Eyes Without a Face

1959 – First Man into Space [British; Radioactivity affects pilot]

1959 – Frankenstein’s Daughter

1959 – Giant Behemoth, The

1959 – Giant Gila Monster, The

1959 – Gigantis the Fire Monster (aka Godzilla Raids Again/The Return of Godzilla/Gojira No Gyakushu) [Japanese; ]

1959 – Head, The [German; Thriller with head transplant theme]

1959 – Hideous Sun Demon, The (aka Terror From the Sun)

1959 – Horrors of the Black Museum [British; ]

1959 – Incredible Petrified World

1959 – Invisible Invaders [Invisible aliens from the Moon]

1959 – Journey to the Center of the Earth (aka Trip to the Center of the Earth)

1959 – Killer Shrews, The (aka Attack of the Killer Shrews)

1959 – Man Who Could Cheat Death, The

1959 – Manster, The

1959 – Missile to the Moon [Remake of Cat-Women of the Moon]

1959 – Mummy, The

1959 – On the Beach

1959 – Plan 9 from Outer Space [Pompous aliens resurrect corpses to take over earth]

1959 – Return of the Fly, The

1959 – Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy, The [Mexican; A must see Superbomb] (aka Aztec Mummy vs. the human Robot and El Robot Humano)

1959 – Teenage Zombies

1959 – Teenagers From Outer Space [Teens happily bring lobster monster to earth]

1959 – Terror is a Man

1959 – Three Treasures, The

1959 – Tingler, The

1959 – Virgin Sacrifice

1960 – 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse, The  [German; Fritz Lang's last film]

1960 – 12 to the Moon [Chinese moon people order earthmen off the moon but want to keep their two cats; then freeze N. America; Critic - “the lamest most contemptible film of the genre”]

1960 – Angry Red Planet, The [Martians attack earth visitors; in Cinemagic]

1960 – Atom Age Vampire

1960 – Beast From Haunted Cave (aka Creature from the Cave)

1960 – Beyond the Time Barrier

1960 – Black Sunday [Italian; ] (aka Mask of Satan, The)

1959 – Blood Lust

1959 – Brain That Wouldn’t Die, The

1960 – Brides of Dracula, The [British; ]

1960 – Circus of Horrors [British; ]

1960 – City of the Dead, The [British; ] (aka Horror Hotel)

1960 – Dinosaurus!

1960 – Eyes Without a Face

1960 – Fall of the House of Usher (aka House of Usher)

1960 – Flesh and the Fiends, The [British; ]

1960 – Horrors of Spider Island

1960 – Last Woman on Earth, The

1960 – Mill of the Stone Women

1960 – Peeping Tom

1960 – Playgirls and the Vampire, The

1960 – Tell-Tale Heart, The

1960 – Time Machine, The

1960 – Tormented

1960 – Two Faces of Dr. Jeykll [British; Uneven adaptation of Stevenson tale] (Opened in U. S. as House of Fright)

1960 – Village of the Damned [British; ]

1960 – Wasp Woman, The

1961 – Amphibian Man

1961 – Anatomy of a Psycho

1961 – Assignment: Outer Space [Japanese; in Technicolor]

1961 – Battle of the Worlds [Italian; Scientists try to stop alien planet from impacting earth; in Technicolor]

1961 – Beast of Yucca Flats, The

1961 – Blood of the Zombie

1961 – Creature from the Haunted Sea

1961 – Curse of the Crying Woman, The

1961 – Curse of the Werewolf, The [British; ]

1961 – Dead Eyes of London , The [German; ] (Trendy remake of The Human Monster ’39)

1961 – Devil’s Hand, The

1961 – Devil’s Messenger, The

1961 – Gorgo

1961 – Hands of Orlac, The [French; ]

1961 – Innocents, The

1961 – Journey to the Seventh Planet [Danish; 2001 travel to Uranus - find alien brain monster]

1961 – Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island

1961 – Konga

1961 – Monster of Piedras Blancas, The [Humanoid sea monster on desolate sea coast]

1961 – Mr. Sardonicus

1961 – Mysterious Island

1961 – Night Tide

1961 – Phantom Planet, The [Crash landing in 1980 on asteroid where astronauts are shrunk by small aliens who are chased by the fire people]

1961 – Pit and the Pendulum

1961 – Valley of the Dragons

1961 – Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

1962 – Battle Beyond the Sun [Italian; ] (Made from Russian movie Nebo Zovyot footage)

1962 – Brain, The [British and German; ]

1962 – Cabinet of Caligari, The

1962 – Carnival of Souls

1962 – Creation of the Humanoids, The (aka Revolt of the Humanoids)

1962 – Day Mars Invaded Earth, The

1962 – Day the Earth Caught Fire, The

1962 – Devil’s Partner, The

1962 – Dungeon of Harrow

1962 – First Spaceship on Venus [German; Earth clues prompt trip to Venus to find war-blasted planet] (Cut by an hour in U.S. release and repudiated by author of script; shot in Totalvision and Technicolor)

1962 – Flesh Eaters, The

1962 – Frankenstein - El Vampiro Y Compania

1962 – Hands of a Stranger

1962 – Jack the Giant Killer

1962 – La Jetee

1962 – Magic Sword, The

1962 – Mothra (aka The Thing and Mosura) [Japanese; ]

1962 – Night Creatures [British; ]

1962 – Panic in Year Zero

1962 – Reptilicus

1962 – Sadistic Baron Von Klaus, The

1962 – Satan in High Heals

1962 – Slaughter of the Vampires

1962 – Slime People, The

1962 – Tales of Terror

1962 – This Is Not a Test

1962 – Trauma

1962 – Werewolf in a Girls’ Dormitory

1962 – What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

1962 – Witch’s Curse, The [Italian; ]

1962 – Witch’s Mirror, The [Mexican ;]

1963 – Atragon [Japanese; ] (aka Atoragon: Flying Super Sub/Undersea Battleship)

1963 – Blancheville Monster, The

1963 – Blood and Black Lace [Italian; ]

1963 – Blood Feast (aka Feast of Flesh)

1963 – Brain That Wouldn’t Die, The

1963 – Children of the Damned [British; ]

1963 – Corridors of Blood

1963 – Crawling Hand, The (aka Five Fingers of Death, The Creeping Hand, Don’t Cry Wolf, and Tomorrow You Die)

1963 – Crypt of Horror [British; ] (aka Terror in the Crypt)

1963 – Damned, The [British; ] (aka These Are the Damned)

1963 – Day of the Triffids, The [British; Meteor storm creates unusual moving plants and global havoc]

1963 – Dementia 13

1963 – Dr. Strangelove, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

1963 – Eegah!

1963 – Fail-Safe

1963 – Ghost, The

1963 – Haunting, The

1963 – Incredibly Strange Creatures, The

1963 – Jason and the Argonauts

1963 – King Kong vs. Godzilla [Japanese; ]

1963 – Kiss of the Vampire, The [British; ]

1963 – Maniac

1963 – Matango - Attack of the Mushroom People [Japanese; ]

1963 – Night Tide

1963 – Nude on the Moon

1963 – Playgirls and the Vampire, The [Italian; ] (Released in 1960 as L'ultima preda del vampire; Translation - The Vampire's Final Prey)

1963 – Raven, The

1963 – Ring of Terror

1963 – Sadist, The

1963 – Strait-Jacket

1963 – Strangler of Blackmoor Castle , The [German; ]

1963 – Terror From Space

1963 – Terror, The (in Vistascope)

1963 – They Saved Hitler’s Brain

1963 – Unearthly Stranger [British; Scientist learns that colleagues are being killed and suspects his wife]

1963 – Violent Midnight

1963 – Virgin of Nuremberg , The [Italian; Confused plot with vampires and a kid looking and walking like Hitler] (aka Horror Castle , Terror Castle )

1963 – Voyage to the End of the Universe [Czech; ] (Originally titled Ikarie XB1)

1963 – Werewolf in a Girls’ Dormitory

1963 – Whip and the Body

1963 – X - The Man with the X-Ray Eyes

1964 – 7 Faces of Dr. Lao

1964 – Atomic Rulers of the World [Japanese; ]

1964 – Awful Dr. Orlof, The

1964 – Castle of Blood (aka Danse Macabre) [Italian; ]

1964 – Creeping Terror, The (aka The Crawling Monster)

1964 – Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb, The [British; ]

1964 – Curse of the Voodoo

1964 – Dogora, the Space Monster

1964 – Evil of Frankenstein, The [British; ]

1964 – First Men in the Moon [British; Travel to the Moon]

1964 – Frozen Alive

1964 – Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster [Japanese; ]  (aka Ghidora, the Three Headed Monster)

1964 – Godzilla vs. Mothra (The Thing) [Japanese; ]

1964 – Gorgon, The [British; ]

1964 – Hercules Against the Moon Men [Italian; ]

1964 – I Eat Your Skin

1964 – Lady in a Cage

1964 – Last Man on Earth, The [U.S.-Italian; ]

1964 – Long Hair of Death (w/ Barbara Steele) [Italian; ]

1964 – Masque of the Red Death, The

1964 – Monster of Camp Sunshine , The

1964 – Monstrosity (aka The Atomic Brain)

1964 – Onibaba

1964 – Pyro

1964 – Robinson Crusoe on Mars [Martian extravaganza]

1964 – Rome Against Rome

1964 – Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

1964 – Seance on a Wet Afternoon

1964 – Sound of Horror

1964 – Spider-Baby

1964 – Two Thousand Maniacs!

1965 – Alphaville

1965 – Attack From Space (Remake of 1958 version?)

1965 – Beach Girls and the Monster, The (Black and white w/ color surfing sequences)

1965 – Beast That Killed Women, The

1965 – Blood Thirst

1965 – Bloody Pit of Horror

1965 – Cave of the Living Dead

1965 – Color Me Blood Red (aka Model Massacre)

1965 – Crack in the World

1965 – Curse of the Fly, The

1965 – Die Monster Die!

1965 – Dogora [Japanese; ]

1965 – Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine

1965 – Dr. Who and the Daleks

1965 – Embalmer, The

1965 – Eye Creatures, The (aka Attack of the Eye Creatures)

1965 – Frankenstein Conquers the World [Japanese; ] (aka Frankenstein vs. Baragon)

1965 – Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster [Japanese; ]

1965 – Gamera [Japanese; ] (U.S. version titled Gammera, the Invincible [1966])

1965 – Godzilla vs. Monster Zero [Japanese; ] (U.S. version called Monster Zero [1966])

1965 – Human Duplicators, The

1965 – Kwaidan [Japanese; ]

1965 – Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters - Trilogy, The

1965 – Lost In Space

1965 – Monster a Go-Go

1965 – Monsters Crash the Pajama Party (Spook Show Spectacular)

1965 – Night Caller, The [Alien mutant kidnaps humans to take back to troubled planet] (aka Night Caller From Outer Space and Blood Beast From Outer Space)

1965 – Nightmare Castle (aka Faceless Monster)

1965 – Planet of the Vampires [Italian; ] (aka Demon Planet)

1965 – Repulsion

1965 – She

1965 – Star Pilot [Italian; Aliens land on Sardinia ] (aka 2+5: Missione Hydra)

1965 – Sting of Death

1965 – Terror Creatures From the Grave

1965 – Thrill Killers, The

1965 – Village of the Giants

1965 – Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet [21st Century Venusian landing finds teradactyl attack and lava flows] (Remake of Russian Planet of Storms)

1965 – War of the Planets [Italian; Light creatures attack earth; terrible sets] (aka War Between the Planets)

1965 – War Gods of the Deep [British; Gill-men invade coastal town] (British title The City Under the Sea, in Colorscope)

1965 – Wild, Wild Planet [Italian; Female alien uses robots to control earth scientists] (aka The Galaxy Criminals)

1966 – Adventure of Rat Pfink and Boo Boo, The

1966 – Batman: The Movie

1966 – Blood Drinkers, The [Philippine; ]

1966 – Curse of the Swamp Creature

1966 – Death Curse of Tartu

1966 – Diabolical Dr. Z, The [Spanish-French; ] (You can just imagine how bad this one is)

1966 – Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs

1966 – Dr. Who - Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.

1966 – Dracula - Prince of Darkness (aka Revenge of Dracula, Disciple of Dracula, Bloody Scream of Dracula, Dracula 3)

1966 – Fantastic Voyage

1966 – Gallery of Horrors

1966 – Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter

1966 – Magic Serpent, The [Japanese; ] (aka Froggo and Droggo)

1966 – Manos - The Hands of Fate

1966 – Nightmare Castle [Italian;  ] (aka Faceless Monster, The)

1966 – One Million Years B.C. [British; ]

1966 – Phantom of Soho , The

1966 – Plague of the Zombies, The [British; ]

1966 – Planet of Blood [Space vampire brought to earth using purchased Russian footage] (Originally titled Queen of Blood; aka The Green Woman; Planet of Terror; Planet of Vampires)

1966 – Prehistoric Women [British; Contrived cave people plot with Martine Beswick providing sparks] (Released in Britain as Slave Girls; in CinemaScope)

1966 – Reptile, The [British; ]

1966 – Santo vs. La Invasion de Los Marcianos [Mexican; ]

1966 – She Beast, The

1966 – Terror Beneath the Sea

1966 – War of the Gargantuans [Japanese; ]

1966 – War of the Monsters [Japanese; ] (aka Gamera vs. Barugon)

1966 – Zontar: The Thing From Venus

1967 – Battle Beneath the Earth [British; ]

1967 – Blood Beast Terror

1967 – Blood of the Virgins [Argentine; ]

1967 – Castle of the Walking Dead (aka The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism, The Snake Pit and the Pendulum, and Blood Demon) [British; ]

1967 – Circus of Fear [British; ] (aka Psycho-Circus)

1967 – Fahrenheit 451

1967 – Fearless Vampire Killers, The

1967 – Frankenstein Created Woman [British; ]

1967 – Fright Night

1967 – Gamera vs. Gaos [Japanese; ] (aka Gamera: Return of the Giant Monsters)

1967 – Gappa, The Triphibian Monster [Japanese; ]

1967 – Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster [Japanese; ]

1967 – Gorath [Japanese; ]

1967 – Gruesome Twosome, The

1967 – Hillbillys in a Haunted House

1967 – In The Year 2889

1967 – Journey to the Center of Time

1967 – King Kong Escapes [Japanese; ]

1967 – Mars Needs Women [Title says it all]

1967 – Monster From a Prehistoric Planet [Japanese; ]

1967 – Mummy's Shroud, The

1967 – She-Freak

1967 – Son of Godzilla [Japanese; ]

1967 – Space Thing

1967 – Terrornauts, The [British; Talky sci-fi about scientists beamed to an alien world]

1967 – They Came From Beyond Space [British; Silver plate in head allows for fighting of alien spacemen]

1967 – Torture Garden

1967 – Undertaker and His Pals, The

1967 – Vengeance of She, The [British; ]

1967 – X From Outer Space, The [Japanese; Trip to Mars encounters UFO] (aka Zigra vs. Guilala)

1967 – Yongary - Monster from the Deep [Japanese;]

1968 – 2001: A Space Odyssey [Space travel for commuters; in Cinerama]

1968 – Anniversary, The

1968 – Barbarella, Queen of the Galaxy

1968 – Blood of Fu Manchu, The [British; ]

1968 – Brides of Blood

1968 – Countdown

1968 – Destroy All Monsters! [Japanese; ]

1968 – Destroy All Planets [Japanese; ]

1968 – Devil's Bride, The [British;] (aka The Devil Rides Out)

1968 – Doctor Gore

1968 – Dracula Has Risen From the Grave [British;]

1968 – Fangs of the Living Dead

1968 – Fear Chamber

1968 – Five Million Years to Earth [British; Subway workers unearth spaceship] (Originally released [1956] as Quatermass and the Pit and known in the U.S. as The Creeping Unknown and Enemy From Space)

1968 – Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror

1968 – Ghosts of Hanley House

1968 – Illustrated Man, The

1968 – Mission Mars

1968 – Night Fright

1968 – Night of the Living Dead

1968 – Planet of the Apes

1968 – Power, The

1968 – Rosemary’s Baby

1968 – Snake People

1968 – Spirits of the Dead

1968 – Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, The (TV Movie)

1968 – Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (aka The Gill Women and The Gill Women of Venus)

1969 – Astro-Zombies [Nominee for the worst movie of all time]

1969 – Attack of the Monsters [Japanese; ]

1969 – Beneath the Planet of the Apes

1969 – Bizarre

1969 – Castle of Fun Manchu, The [British; ]

1969 – Damned, The [Italian; La Caduto Degli Dei]

1969 – Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed [British; ]

1969 – Godzilla's Revenge [Japanese; ]

1969 – Green Slime, The [Japanese; Slimy green invaders vs. earthmen]

1969 – It’s Alive!

1969 – Journey to the Farside of the Sun [British; New planet discovered beyond the sun]

1969 – Mad Doctor of Blood Island

1969 – Mark of the Devil (aka Burn, Witch, Burn; Austria 1700; Satan; Hexen; Hexen bis aufs Blut Gequalt; Brenn, Hexe, Brenn)

1969 – Marooned

1969 – Mighty Gorga, The

1969 – Moon Zero Two [British; Mining claims on the Moon]

1969 – Oblong Box, The

1969 – One Million AC/DC

1969 – Scream and Scream Again

1969 – Spirits of the Dead: Three Tales of the Macabre by Edgar Allen Poe

1969 – Valley of Gwangi , The

 

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