Strong yet sleepy Hercules discovers that the Queen of Atlantis is plotting to take over the world with superhuman warriors.
Hercules is summoned to oppose the evil Queen Samara, who has allied herself with aliens and is sacrificing her own people in a bid to awaken a moon goddess.
After the Trojan War, Glauco is the strongest man amongst the Greeks. His friend Pirro meets two men who offer him a large sum of money to persuade Glauco to sail towards unexplored shores. Pirro accepts the proposal and convinces Glauco with a trick: he hits him on his head. The ship lands at a […]
A man in a gleaming white suit comes to a small Southern town on the eve of integration. He calls himself a social reformer. But what he does is stir up trouble–trouble he soon finds he can’t control. This movie can be hard to watch sometimes with all the blatant (intentional) racism.
To avoid capture in Nottingham by the Sheriff Robin is forced into a proxy marriage, performed by Friar Tuck, to Judith Denton, the daughter of wealthy merchant Master Bligh Denton who mistakes Robin for her real suitor Sir Peter Marston.
Little John is given three dice - stones by a pedlar, which he claims once belonged to the Ancient Egyptian Kings. Truth or not, the stones bring more than their fair share of trouble to the Greenwood.
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Eye Creatures land on earth. The U.S. Air Force spies on some teens making out in the woods, then tries to prevent word of the Eye Creatures landing from leaking out. A couple of teens figure everything out and prevent the Eye Creatures from taking over by shining their headlights on them...
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Oh, here’s the worst movie of all time. In this crap-show, a defecting Soviet Scientist gets exposed to a nuclear bomb radiation and wanders around as a murderous mutant. Not even some female nudity saves this one. It’s baaaaaaaaad.
On January 5, 1900, a disheveled looking H.G. Wells – George to his friends – arrives late to his own dinner party. He tells his guests of his travels in his time machine, the work about which his friends knew. They were also unbelieving, and skeptical of any practical use if it did indeed work. […]