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The Crawling Hand: A manned rocket returning from the Moon is invaded by an alien life force that possesses the astronaut, maintains control of his disembodied hand after a California beach crash-landing, and then imposes its will on a local medical student.

The Slime People: “Golden Turkey” fans, attention! It’s a veritable voyage to the bottom of the sci-fi barrel as prehistoric “Slime People” emerge from the sewers of Los Angeles! The atom-age U.S. army is no match for this small band of spear-toting boogeymen and the city is evacuated.

Monster From the Ocean Floor:  Hollywood’s legendary maverick Roger Corman made his monster-movie debut as producer of this ultra-low-budget, eerie fright flick. “A well-done quickie”–Variety

Serpent Island:  The jungles are echoing with the sound of voodoo drums, the locals are licking their native chops and there are ‘snakes on a plane’-o-plenty! Packed with flubs, stock footage–and Sonny Tufts. If laughter were food, this would be a full-course meal for Worst Films connoisseurs!

The Bride and the Beast –  is a supernatural drama of terror and scientific fiction produced and directed by Adrian Weiss. The script was written by none other than Edward D. Wood Jr.  It’s revealed through hypnosis that a woman was Queen of the Gorillas in a previous incarnation.

WHITE GORILLA – A white gorilla is snubbed by black gorillas because he is the wrong color. Cut off from his tribe he becomes lonely and angry. After troubling hunters and natives, the white gorilla fights the king of the black gorillas while we are told by a narrator that the fate of Africa hangs in the balance.

Lots of Added Special Features


Mermaids of Tiburon – Director’s Cut:  Fantasy about mermaids (bare-chested Gaby Martone, Diane Webber, among others) who assist…and distract…a young scientist in his quest for sunken treasure, complete with Timothy Carey at his menacing best.

Yambaó: Supernatural thriller about a beautiful witch’s arrival at a Mexican village that unfortunately coincides with a plague.


6 movies/3 DVDs

  • Delinquent Schoolgirls
  • Mermaids of Tiburon – Director’s Cut
  • Dream No Evil
  • Mondo Keyhole
  • The Raw Ones
  • Yambao (Cry of the Bewitched)
  • Plus: Many Special Features



Cuban Rebel Girls: High on “Worst Films” lists but low on the résumé of legendary swashbuckler Errol Flynn, this no-budget semi-documentary.

Untamed Women: Cult rites, a hostile tribe of Neanderthal men and mucho giant-lizard footage from One Million B.C. put this near the top of the list of “island of lost women” disaster pieces.


KING DINOSAUR: Atomic Age and Stone Age collide when a new planet appears in our solar system, within sight of Earth, prompting a two-man, two-woman rocket flight that finds giant animals and reptiles, some reminiscent of our planet’s prehistoric monsters.

THE JUNGLE: Location filming in India’s rugged terrain is a highlight of this combination jungle adventure/sci-fi with Marie Windsor as the daughter of an ailing maharajah, setting out with Sikh advisor Cesar Romero and American hunter Rod Cameron to investigate the destruction of some remote villages–and encountering herds of wild elephants and prehistoric mammoths!