The Giant Claw is about a cackling turkey from space and utterly ridiculous, but joyously goofy 1950s giant monster exploitation.
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While a little unique for the genre, Zombies of Mora Tau flails its arms without ever finding a workable protagonist.
Ponderous, slow, and cheap, Creature with the Atom Brain answers its own questions in minutes amid standard post-war paranoia.
Despite having one foot stuck in the cinema of the 1960s, the Satanic horror Brotherhood of Satan is effectively creepy and a b-movie guilty pleasure.
A routine, radiation-fearing '50s effort, The Werewolf's sluggish and monotonous low-budget offers little interest to anyone outside of monster kids.
Children of the Corn worked in the context of its time, and isn't without relevance now, but is a shoestring horror production lacking in thrills.
An arduous, confusing narrative disaster, Dune's success lies entirely on its masterful effects and bold visual designs.
Quirky, bizarre, and lurid, Cat O' Nine Tails drags through a lengthy murder investigation with an eclectic set of characters.
A children's fable set during the samurai period, Wrath of Daimajin doesn't tone itself down, sticking to formula while teaching a brutal lesson.
While following tightly the formula, Return of Daimajin finds a unique Christian angle that segues perfectly from the first film.
Death Has Blue Eyes is a taut paranormal thriller from filmmaker Nico Mastorakis that grabs you with interesting twists and sexy action.
The invasion of Invasion from Inner Earth is a devious plot to bore humanity to death, and if seen by enough people, the plan will work.