Science Fiction

Invitation to Hell

Monday, October 12th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Invitation to Hell   invitationtohellposter1 83x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Richard Rothstein
Release Year: 1984

Satan whines.

Matt Winslow (Robert Urich), his wife Pat (Joanna Cassidy) and their kids Robbie (Barret Oliver) and Chrissy (Soleil Moon Frye) move to a new community for Matt’s new job. Local powerbroker Jessica Jones (Susan Lucci) takes an interest in the newcomers and Matt begins to believe that something’s not quite in this town, something evil. Probably has something to do with the big country club where suited men in trucksters run down women and then melt into Spiting Image puppets. Maybe something to do with that…


Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter

Friday, August 5th, 2011 by Vomitron

Jesse James Meets Frankensteins Daughter   JJMFD poster02 75x120 western sci fi reviews horror Director: William Beaudine
Carl K. Hittleman
Release Year:

They should have never met.

Jesse James Meets Frankensteins Daughter   Cheezy Drive In mini logo western sci fi reviews horror When outlaw Jesse James (John Lupton) and his friend Hank Tracy (Cal Bolder) get ambushed during a robbery, they barely manage to escape. With the authorities on their trail and Hank severely wounded, they seek shelter at an old monastery which just happens to be inhabited by Mary Frankenstein (Narda Onyx), the granddaughter of the legendary European mad scientist.


KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park

Thursday, August 5th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant

KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park   Kiss Phantom vhs CR 74x120 sci fi reviews fantasy action Director: Gordon Hessler
: Jan Michael Sherman & Don Buday
Release Year
: 1978


The band KISS (Peter Criss, Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley) is going to be performing at an amusement park, but the evil park engineer Abner Devereaux (Anthony Zerbe) doesn’t want that. You see, he’s intent on replacing humanity with his totally loyal androids….



Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 by Perfesser Deviant

Lifeforce   lifeforce poster 1 81x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Tobe Hooper
Writer: Dan O’Bannon & Don Jakoby based on a book by Colin Wilson
Release Year: 1985

Lifeforce   Offscreen 2015 mini logo sci fi reviews horror The tits that ravaged Old London Town.

Col. Tom Carlsen (Steve Railsback) and his crew take the ESA space shuttle Churchill out to visit Halley’s comet. In the coma of the comet they find an alien spacecraft that contains bat-creatures corpses and three naked human-like creatures under glass (Mathilda May & Christopher Jagger & Bill Malin). Naturally, the astronauts remove these humans and take them back to their ship, but this, as it develops, is an error….


Miami Golem

Saturday, February 27th, 2010 by Vomitron

Miami Golem   Miami Golem vhs art 73x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Alberto De Martino (as Herbert Martin)
Gianfranco Clerici, Vincenzo Mannino and Alberto De Martino
Release year:

Quite an amazing piece of utter nonsense

Reporter Graig Milford (David Warbeck) has seen it all… Vietnam war crimes, cannibal tribes, political shenanigans and what not else. It’s all fine by him and nowadays he’s comfortable working for television in Miami. After interviewing Dr. Schweiker ‘The Nazi’ (Sergio Rossi) about a scientific breakthrough, involving the solution to a puzzling enigma of genetic engeneering, he gets permission to hang around the lab to shoot some additional footage of the newly bred organism. Milford doesn’t mind, so hanging around the lab is what he does. But an accidental electrocution causes the tiny organism – which looks like strawberry-flavored jelly pudding sprinkled with bits of puke – to die… briefly, as it comes back to life seconds later. But then, suddenly, the room is filled with ghostly imagery and eerie moaning sounds. What the hell? Luckily, Milford still had his camera rolling…