Title: Killers from space
Released: 1954
Running time: 1:10:55Director: W. Lee Wilder
Writers: William Raynor (screenplay), Myles Wilder (story)
Stars: Peter Graves, James Seay, Steve Pendleton

The Killers from Space in this low-budget sci-fier are a group of aliens bent on conquering the earth. To this end, they overtake the mind and body of atomic scientist Peter Graves, using the poor man as a combination spy and saboteur. When Graves realizes this, he tries to warn mankind, but no one believes him. Marching defiantly back to the aliens’ Bronson Canyon headquarters, where the slimy villains are busily syphoning off electrical power from a nearby generator, Graves vows to stop the extraterrestrials at any cost…including his own life (or what there’s left of it). The makeup used for the aliens is laughable, but the film works so long as it concentrates on Graves’ plight. Produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder, the brother of the more celebrated Billy Wilder.

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Title: Queen of the Amazons
Released: 1947
Running time: 1:00:14
Director: Edward Finney (as Edward F. Finney)
Writer: Roger Merton (original story and screenplay)
Stars: Robert Lowery, Patricia Morison, J. Edward Bromberg

A woman’s husband has disappeared on an expedition into the jungle. She hires a guide to take her into the jungle to find him. However, they discover that he has been captured by a savage female tribe.

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Title: Escape from Sobibor
Released: 1987
Running time: 1:59:09
Director: Jack Gold
Producer: Howard P. Alston, Dennis E. Doty, James Eastep, Martin Starger
Writer: Thomas ‘Toivi’ Blatt, Richard Rashke, Reginald Rose, Stanislaw ‘Shlomo’, Szmajzner
Cast: Alan Arkin, Joanna Pacula, Rutger Hauer, Hartmut Becker, Jack Shepherd, Emil Wolk, Simon Gregor, Linal Haft, Jason Norman, Robert Gwilym, Eli Nathenson, Kurt Raab, Eric P. Caspar, Hugo Bower, Klaus Gr├╝nberg, Wolfgang Bathke, Henning Gissel, Henry Stolow, Ullrich Haupt, Patti Love, Judith Sharp, Ellis Van Maarseveen, David Miller

During WWII, the death camp at Treblinka had an escape, causing the Commandant at a similar camp in Sobibor to vow (actually threaten) that his camp would never experience the same thing. But those who were its captives, the Jewish laborers that had been spared from the ovens, knew that they were on borrowed time and that their only hope was to escape… the only question was how to do it. However, because the Germans would kill an equal number of others whenever a group attempted to escape, the captives knew that if ever an escape was tried, all 600 prisoners in the camp would have to be included… logistically precluding any ideas about tunnels or sneak breakouts. Indeed, to have such a mass escape could only mean that the Ukrainian guards and Germain officers would have to be killed, which many of the Jews felt simply reduced themselves to no better than their captors… thus making it a struggle of conscience. And therein lies the story, with the film being based on a factual account of what then happened at that Sobibor prison.

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Title: Day of the Dead
Released: 2007
Running time: 1:25:53
Director: Steve Miner
Producer: Boaz Davidson, James Dudelson, George Furla, Randall Emmett
Cast: Nick Cannon, Mena Suvari, Ving Rhames, Christa Campbell, Annalynne McCord, Michael Welch, Stark Sands, Pat Kilbane, Taylor Hoover, Matt Rippy

Nick Cannon, Mena Suvari and Ving Rhames star in this horror film based on the George A. Romero classic zombie film. A mysterious virus has infected the small town of Leadville, Colorado, and the military is brought in to enforce a quarantine and stop the spread of the disease. As people perish, survivors realize that the virus is creating the walking dead who crave human flesh. Only a small number of people are immune to the virus, and those few survivors must battle to fend off the infected zombies while trying to make it out of town alive.

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Title: American Zombie
Released: 2007
Running time: 1:35:41
Director: Grace Lee
Producer: Lee In-Ah
Cast: Grace Lee, John Solomon, Austin Basis, Suzy Nakamura, Al Vicente, Jane Edith Wilson, Andrew Amondson, Amy D. Higgins, Vanessa Peters, Kevin Michael Walsh, Jose Solomon, Paul Eiding, Philip Newby, Finneus Egan, Roger Ainslie, Ossie Mair, Andi Matheny, Alice Amter, Dave Adams, Raymond Ma

American Zombie tells the story of two Los Angeles filmmakers who set out to document a group of highfunctioning zombies and their struggle to gain acceptance in human society. Despite their wildly different working styles, Grace and John manage to chronicle the hopes and dreams of four fascinating subjects: IVAN, a convenience-store clerk who longs for a career in publishing; LISA, a florist trying to recover her lost memories; JUDY, a hopeless romantic who learns to accept her true nature; and JOEL (pronounced “Ho-El”), a committed political activist striving for zombie rights. As Grace seeks to get to know the zombies “on their own terms,” John is eager to uncover their darker side and rallies to get the crew permission to shoot at a three-day, zombies-only retreat called Live Dead where the documentary takes an unexpected — and dangerous — turn. What transpires there is beyond anything the filmmakers could imagine, as they are forced to re-evaluate their ideas about tolerance, identity politics and the future of the human race.

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