What early to mid 70s (probably made for TV) sci-fi movie am I half-remembering? [more inside]
Help me remember a dimly remembered childhood sci-fi flick from the '50's or 60's... [more inside]
I've been trying to identify this movie for years with no luck. This is one of those strange movie memories where you just have little snapshots in your mind. I've Googled my brains out (er... you know what I mean) and I just come up empty. Help! [more inside]
I'm looking for a movie: Scifi, set in space/on a spaceship, probably late 70s release, that has as a plot element humans hiding from a nefarious computer or machine that would stick a needle in the back of the person's head (possibly into a port) when person was caught.
Help me locate a weird 80's sci-fi movie with almost no info. [more inside]
A while back, on this site, some lovely soul posted a YouTube link of a very strange full-length animated sci-fi film from the 70s. The story involved men being kept as playthings/servants by a giant race on a strange planet. The humans wore some sort of collar that restricted their movements. It was a very unusual film, quite obviously NOT North American. I believe the original film was French and that it had not been available for many years.
Can anyone recall the name of this film?
Much thanks :)
My friend is searching for the title of a low-budget B-monster movie. The plot: The crew of a spaceship find a derelict spacecraft and awaken a demon/alien creature who possesses the crew one by one. Also, the movie might star Kurt Russell. [more inside]
What is that movie where at the end the hero is flying a space ship and he crashes it into the main villain, piercing him with the pointy tip of the ship and killing him? [more inside]
Remember my request for sci-fi music
? Six months later, I'm finally ready to make my CD mix. Almost. Last night I figured out how to record mp3 audio from DVD on my Mac, and now I want to rip key dialogue snippets from classic sci-fi films. I went for Khan spitting at Kirk from his grave, but there's too much incidental music. I think maybe I can get Ripley signing off. What other short, iconic soundclips from sci-fi films should I look for?
The intro to the old Battlestar Galactica?
Something from Logan's Run
? Blade Runner
bits? Eerie, ethereal, otherworldly, outer-space stuff is best. (Bonus points if you can direct me to a source that's already done the work for me; right now I'm looking at a several-week Netflix slog.)