Red Planet Mars (DVD, 2006)
Maybe it isn't a good movie, but it is certainly an interesting one.
"Red Planet Mars" is a fairly obscure science fiction film from 1952. It tells the story of a scientist, (Peter Graves,) who is using a hydrogen-cooled radio valve, (developed by a Nazi scientist,) in an effort to communicate with Mars. Unknown to Graves, the Nazi scientist ...Read full review
Lifeforce (DVD, 1998, Movie Time)
"Lifeforce" should be called "Laughforce"
Steve Railsback plays an astronaut on a joint American-British mission to explore Halley's Comet. He discovers a derelict alien spacecraft which contains a beautiful - and completely naked - space vampire played by French actress Mathilda May. Through a series of unlikely pl...Read full review
Space Station 76 (DVD, 2014)
This is a character-driven film instead of a wild comic parody.
"Space Station 76" has aroused interest because of its unique "retro-seventies" portrayal of the future. I expected the film to be a parody of science fiction films much in the way "Airplane" was a parody of disaster films. That really is not what this movie attempts to do. ...Read full review