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Godzilla (Gojira)

Directed by Ishirô Honda

In this first outing of “the King of All Monsters,” the postwar anxieties of Japan are made flesh when nuclear

Escape from New York

Directed by John Carpenter

Kurt Russell is the eye patch-wearing action hero Snake Plissken, a hardened criminal charged with rescuing the President from Manhattan

Dune

Directed by David Lynch

Famed producers Dino and Rafaella De Laurentiis took a chance on Lynch directing Dune, after the beloved novel by Frank

Primer

Directed by Shane Carruth

A group of engineers working on an anti-gravity device stumble upon an unexpected side effect: whatever enters their invention is

2001: A Space Odyssey

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

The most legendary and widely discussed film of the 1960s, and Kubrick’s most famous work in a string of masterpieces,

The Last Man on Earth (aka The Damned Walk at Midnight)

Directed by Ubaldo Ragona, Sidney Salkow

The most faithful adaptation of sci-fi novelist and Twilight Zone writer Richard Matheson's I Am Legend stars Vincent Price as

The Karman Line

Directed by Oscar Sharp

When a mother contracts a rare condition, her husband and daughter must console themselves with the thought that she’s bound

Alien

Directed by Ridley Scott

Ridley Scott’s sci-fi horror masterpiece follows the crew of the commercial spacecraft Nostromo when, on their return journey to Earth,

Wyrmwood

Directed by Kiah Roache-Turner

Routine family life comes to an abrupt end for outback mechanic Barry, who, armed with a nail gun, finds little

Santo Contra El Cerebro del Mal

Directed by Joselito Rodríguez

Santo Contra El Cerebro del Mal (Santo vs. the Evil Brain) is the second of two Mexico-Cuba co-productions released—but the

Coherence

Directed by James Ward Byrkit

A group of friends and ex-lovers learn why you should not throw a dinner party the night a mysterious comet

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Wisconsin Death Trip

Directed by James Marsh

A near-perfect adaptation of Michael Lesy's 1973 book that retains the starkness, gothic tone, and voyeuristic perspective of its source