Beware the deadly, walking, man-eating plants that lands on Earth during The Day of the Triffids.
The French short film La Jetée unravels a paradoxical tale of time travel which continues to shock and inspire viewers.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is both an homage to Jules Verne, as well as an update of his ideas, all while paving the way forward in the sci-fi genre.
The Absent Minded Professor represents a cornerstone merger of science-fiction and comedy that shows new growth for the genre.
George Pal returns to Sci-Fi Saturdays with his classic adaptation of HG Wells’ The Time Machine.
Journey to the Center of the Earth is one of an early handful of films based on Jules Verne’s work, focusing on an expedition to the wonders-untold inside our planet.
Listed as probably the worst film ever, Plan 9 From Outer Space is extremely low-budget film that lives on due to its total incoherence.
A horror film though and through, The Blob pulls it’s storyline from the popularity of science-fiction and horror films of the late 1950s.
Hollywood proves with Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, that where one idea is good, copying that idea and changing it slightly can be better!
This week Sci-Fi Saturdays looks at the early Ray Harryhausen monster-classic 20 Million Miles to Earth.
One of the earliest, and still possibly the best film about changing sizes, The Incredible Shrinking Man takes the ordinary and mundane and makes it fantastic and dangerous!
A mysterious man who is Not of This Earth, is wreaking havoc in Southern California in this low budget film by director Roger Corman.
In the annals of notable sci-fi films, Earth vs The Flying Saucers gets an entry. But just barely.