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  1. 12:01

    12:01 (1993)


    12:01 is a 1993 television movie directed by Jack Sholder, and starring Helen Slater, Jonathan Silverman, Jeremy Piven, and Martin Landau. It originally aired on the Fox Network in the United States.

  2. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1997)


    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a 1997 television movie produced by Hallmark Entertainment, based on the novel of the same name by Jules Verne and starring Ben Cross as Captain Nemo. It premiered on March 23, 1997. It is most notable for replacing the character of Professor Aronnax's manservant, Conseil, with the Professor's daughter, Sophie, who disguises herself as a boy so that she may accompany her father aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln; she becomes the apex of a love triangle involving Captain Nemo and Ned the harpooner.

  3. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1997)


    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a 1997 television film produced by Village Roadshow Pictures, based on the novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne.

  4. 964 Pinocchio

    964 Pinocchio (1991)


    964 Pinocchio is a 1991 Japanese cyberpunk film from filmmaker Shozin Fukui. It deals with the theme of brain-modified sex slaves as well as mental breakdowns in a hallucinogenic thrill ride.

  5. A.P.E.X.

    A.P.E.X. (1994)


    A.P.E.X is a 1994 science fiction film by Phillip J. Roth about a group of scientists who explore the past using robotic probes known as the A.P.E.X or "Advanced Prototype Exploration units".

  6. Abdulladzhan, ili posvyashchaetsya Stivenu Spilbergu

    Abdulladzhan, ili posvyashchaetsya Stivenu Spilbergu (1991)


    Abdullajon or Abdulladzhan, ili posvyashchaetsya Stivenu Spilbergu (transliteration of the title of the film in Russian meaning "Abdullajon or Dedicated to Steven Spielberg") is a 1991 Uzbek science fiction comedy film directed by Zulfiqor Musoqov. The film contains references to science fiction films of Steven Spielberg. The story is told in the first person by a security guard as a letter to Steven Spielberg in broken, but funny Russian. Most of the characters in the film speak in Uzbek.

  7. Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe

    Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe (1990)


    Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe is a 1990 science-fiction/action film written and directed by Damian Lee and starring Jesse "The Body" Ventura and Sven-Ole Thorsen, with a cameo by James Belushi. It has become somewhat of a cult movie due to its outlandish plot and other B-movie characteristics. In 2011, this film was added to the roster of "RiffTrax," the satirical show in the vein of "Mystery Science Theater 3000," hosted by Michael Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett.

  8. Acción mutante

    Acción mutante (1993)


    Acción mutante is a 1993 Spanish science fiction black comedy film co-written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia and produced by, among others, Pedro Almodóvar.

  9. Aditya 369

    Aditya 369 (1991)


    Aditya 369 is a 1991 historical, science fiction Telugu film directed by Veteran Singeetam Srinivasa Rao and produced by Anita Krishna. Nandamuri Balakrishna plays the lead role in the movie. The film's soundtrack was composed by Illayaraja. This movie was later dubbed in Tamil as Aboorva Sakthi 369. Aditya 369 collected 90 million rupees, at the time a new record for the Telugu film industry.

  10. Adrenalin: Fear the Rush

    Adrenalin: Fear the Rush (1996)


    Adrenalin: Fear the Rush is a 1996 American science-fiction-action film directed by Albert Pyun, starring Christopher Lambert and Natasha Henstridge. It is set in an alternative future in 2007, where the Soviet Union has collapsed and Russia is in disarray. Out of this chaos an unknown virus covers the earth and eventually the United States. the film was shot in Bratislava, Slovakia, with second unit work in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The film was heavily re-edited and reshot under orders of Bob Weinstein of Dimension Pictures. The major changes installed by Weinstein were resetting the film from Romania to Boston, U.S.A. and making the virus infection the principal plot device. Future Rogue Pictures president, Andrew Rona, supervised the re-edit for Dimension Pictures. The rewrites for the reshoots were done by Rand Ravich who would later create the short lived TV series "Life". Several versions of the film are in distribute. The official US version is 76 minutes long. There is a European/UK (Polygram) version that is 102 minutes long. Director/writer Albert Pyun has said in interviews he intends to restore and release a 110 minutes Director's Cut restoration of the film. This version is set entirely in Romania and has minor virus aspect in plot.

  11. Aftershock

    Aftershock (1990)


    Aftershock is a 1990 action/Science fiction film directed by Frank Harris, written by Michael Standing, starring James Lew and Michael Standing. It was distributed through Universal Pictures.

  12. Alien Arsenal

    Alien Arsenal (1999)


    Alien Arsenal is a science fiction movie, released in 1999, directed by David DeCoteau. It is a loose remake of an earlier Charles Band production, Laserblast.

  13. Alien Cargo

    Alien Cargo (1999)


    Alien Cargo is a 1999 science fiction film starring Jason London, Missy Crider, Elizabeth Alexander and Alan Dale, as the crew of a space-cargo transport ship, which is attacked by an unknown alien life form that manipulates all organic life into releasing their inner evil psyche.

  14. Alien Intruder

    Alien Intruder (1993)


  15. Alien Nation: The Enemy Within

    Alien Nation: The Enemy Within (1996)


    Alien Nation is a television show from the Fox Network which lasted a single season. Alien Nation: The Enemy Within (original airdate: November 12, 1996) was the fourth television movie produced to continue the story after the premature cancellation of the series.

  16. Alien: Resurrection

    Alien: Resurrection (1997)


    Alien: Resurrection is a 1997 American science fiction action horror film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and written by Joss Whedon. It is the fourth installment in the Alien film series, and was the first film in the series to be filmed outside England, at the 20th Century Fox studios in Los Angeles, California.

  17. Alien³

    Alien³ (1992)


    Alien 3 (stylized as Alien³) is a 1992 American science-fiction horror film and the debut feature film of director David Fincher. The film is the third installment of the Alien film series. The film takes place right after the events of Aliens (1986). An escape pod from the Colonial Marine spaceship Sulaco crash-lands on a prison-run refinery planet, killing everyone aboard except Lieutenant Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver). Unknown to Ripley, an Alien organism was also aboard the escape pod, which then begins a killing spree in the prison.

  18. Aliens in the Wild, Wild West

    Aliens in the Wild, Wild West (1999)


    Aliens in the Wild, Wild West is a science fiction movie released in 1999. It was directed by George Erschbamer and written by Alon Kaplan.

  19. And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird

    And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird (1991)


    And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird is a 1991 science-fiction family film written and directed by Tony Cookson; foreign language releases were titled RoboDad.

  20. Animal Room

    Animal Room (1995)


    Animal Room is a 1995 American drama/thriller film directed, produced, and written by Craig Singer and starring Neil Patrick Harris as a bullied drug-using teenager and Matthew Lillard as the bully who loves to torment Harris's character. The film is referred to as a modernized version of A Clockwork Orange and features an appearance from punk rock band The Misfits (band).

  21. Arcade

    Arcade (1993)


    Arcade is the title of a B-movie science fiction/horror film produced by Full Moon Entertainment and released in 1993. The film features heavy use of CGI, which was fully redone after the film was completed because the producer Charles Band and director Albert Pyun were not satisfied with the original end result. The VideoZone video magazine (a staple of Full Moon films during the 1990s) as well as some trailers showed footage from the original version of the film. As a rarity, the VideoZone featured on the Full Moon Classics DVD release of the film contains no footage of the released film's CGI, but only of the original, unreleased film's version.

  22. Armageddon

    Armageddon (1998)


    Armageddon is a 1998 American science fiction disaster thriller film, directed by Michael Bay, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and released by Touchstone Pictures. The film follows a group of blue-collar deep-core drillers sent by NASA to stop a gigantic asteroid on a collision course with Earth. It features an ensemble cast including Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck, Billy Bob Thornton, Liv Tyler, Owen Wilson, Will Patton, Peter Stormare, William Fichtner, Michael Clarke Duncan, Keith David and Steve Buscemi.

  23. Assault on Dome 4

    Assault on Dome 4 (1996)


    Assault on Dome 4 is a 1997 American science-fiction film, starring Joseph Culp, Bruce Campbell, Jocelyn Seagrave, and Brion James. The film was directed by Gilbert Po, and written by Hesh Rephun.

  24. Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfolds

    Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfolds (1995)


    Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold is a 1995 science fiction film starring J.J. North, Ted Monte, Tammy Parks, Raelyn Saalman, Nikki Fritz, John Lazar, Michelle Bauer, Tim Abell, and Jay Richardson. The film is a parody of Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958), but contains much nudity. The film was loosely remade in 2012 as Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader.

  25. Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman

    Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1993)


    Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman is a 1993 made-for-TV movie based on the 1958 film of the same name. Directed by Christopher Guest and starring Daryl Hannah and Daniel Baldwin, the film premiered on HBO on December 11, 1993, and was later theatrically released in the UK, France, and Germany.

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