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Alien Attack (Brain From Planet Arous / Cat-Women Of the Moon / Missile To the Moon / The Day It Comes To Earth)
Alien Attack
Brain From Planet Arous / Cat-Women Of the Moon / Missile To the Moon / The Day It Comes To Earth
Actors: Gary Clarke, John Agar
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy
UR     2005     5hr 0min

These aliens are armed and gunning for puny humans in four thrill-packed sci-fi hits. First, a power-mad BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS invades the mind of helpless John Agar, turning him into a black-eyed, cackling fiend capable...  more »

     
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Actors: Gary Clarke, John Agar
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Science Fiction
Studio: Image Entertainment
Format: DVD - Black and White,Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 06/21/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 5hr 0min
Screens: Black and White,Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 5
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

A rocket blast from the golden past.
Robert Cossaboon | The happy land of Walworth, NY | 06/28/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Forgive the rap. These movies, although not the eye-popping ilk of Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers, or War of the Worlds, or even Invaders From Mars, are still worthy additions to anyone's canon of what goes for classic science-fiction. Sure, the sets move when the actors bump them in Catwomen, and the so-called Brain is barely believable in Planet Arous, and the sets still move in Missile To The Moon, and the acting of The Day It Came To Earth has to be seen to be believed, but what is required here (as even in Star Wars) is a suspension of disbelief. It seems to me that as movies get more sophisticated with the special effects, there isn't as much of a challenge being demanded of with our imaginations. It's as if the work is being done for us. See these movies not for their flaws, but for the light and shadow of mystery that is still in each one---even if you have to look a little harder than Close Encounters of the Third Kind to find it . . ."
Alien movies
Leslie C. Roman | Aloha, Oregon | 01/09/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Purchased for nostalgia sake. Parents used to drop me off w/ a girlfriend at the movie theater to see double features. We were only six. Could you imagine doing that today? I remember Moon women and other really bad missle to moon type movies. They're good for a Friday night giggle. These 4 CDs are well packaged and enjoyable to look at as well as play."
They're terrible, the awful, they're dreadful, they're wonde
DannyJane | Houston, TX | 10/27/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"These films set the cheese factor higher than the whole state of Wisconsin. The special effects are neither special nor effective. The only thing less believable than the plots are the actors. The number of visible wires is only exceeded by the number of cliches. Make yourself ready for a romp through the psyche of the time and stand in awe of how far we've come. This is the Science Fiction of the 1950s where suspension of disbelief was the only art form available. And yet, half a century later some of us still love them. Why? Because for the imagination that craved more than a police drama, a romance, a soap, a western or a war story--this was it. There was nothing else. Because, well, they were fun. The films in this collection are wonderful examples of how to tell a story with no help from the studios, no computer effects, no scientific background and a budget of four dollars and seventy three cents. Young people, when you view them please forgive these movies their glaring flaws because without them there could never have been a Star Wars, a Transformers, a Spiderman or a hundred others titles."