ACCIDENTS AND EXPERIMENTS: Volume 9 in the "Sci-Fi Film Fiesta" eBook series!
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SCI-FI FILM FIESTA Volume 9: "Accidents & Experiments" This 9th volume “Accidents & Experiments” of the Sci-Fi Film Fiesta eBook series features classic science fiction films from the 1950s whose subject matter involves discoveries and breakthroughs made through experiments or even by sheer accident. The important point about such discoveries, though are the consequences that result from them. The collection of entertaining cautionary sci-fi screen tales from the 1950’s raise interesting questions about humanity’s drive to command, control and master nature and treat it as i ..read more
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Big Bugs and Crazy Critters: Volume 8 in the Sci-F- Film Fiesta eBook Series
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SCI-FI FILM FIESTA Volume 8: BIG BUGS & CRAZY CRITTERS The classic science fiction films from the 1950s in this FREE volume 8 “Big Bugs and Crazy Critters” of the Sci-Fi Film Fiesta eBook series, deal with forces of nature going haywire and seeming to strike back at humanity with a veritable menagerie of colossal critters, reminding us just how insignificant and powerless we are in the face of forces over which we really have little control. Featured Films include; Them! (1954) Tarantula (1955) Beginning of the End (1957) The Black Scorpion (1957) The Deadly Mantis (1957) The Mons ..read more
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THE END IS NIGH! The 7th volume in the SCI-FI FILM FIESTA eBook series.
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SCI-FI FILM FIESTA VOLUME 7: THE END IS NIGH! The many ways by which human civilization could be brought to a crashing end have from time to time been the subject of science fiction films. In the 1950s and throughout the Cold War period, the threat of nuclear annihilation was for many people a very real prospect.  This 7th volume of the Sci-Fi Film Fiesta series: “The End Is Nigh,” features sci-fi films of the 1950s that depict end-of-the-world scenarios as well as post apocalyptic and dystopian futures. CONTENTS When Worlds Collide (1951) Five (1951) 1984 (1954) Day the Wo ..read more
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Alien Invasion - Next volume In The Sci-Fi Film Fiesta Ebook Series!
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Sci-Fi Film Fiesta Volume 6: Alien Invasion! Many of the classic science fiction films from the 1950s featured in this sixth volume of the Sci-Fi Film Fiesta eBook series: "Alien Invasion," reflect and play on the fears and paranoia of the Cold War period. But, what if our planet was to be actually subjected to an alien invasion, incursion of infestation? Could it happen? What could happen? Featured films: Invasion USA (1952) Invaders from Mars (1953) The War of the Worlds (1953) Target Earth (1954) The Quatermass Xperiment (1955) This Island, Earth (1955) Earth vs the Flying Saucers (1 ..read more
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"ALIEN CONTACT" - Volume 5: New eBook of Sci Fi-Film Fiesta Series
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Sci-Fi Film Fiesta VOLUME 5: “Alien Contact” The science fiction films from the 1950s that feature in this volume imaginatively depict what could happen during a time of alien contact in the form of transmission of messages and visitations to the planet earth. Such films also serve to reflect the kinds of fears that were  prevalent at the time as well as offering commentary concerning the state of human affairs on our own planet. It is interesting to note just how much of this can apply to our own era in the 21st century! EPUB DOWNLOAD PDF DOWNLOAD (with images) KINDLE DOWNLOA ..read more
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"OTHER WORLDS" - NEW EBOOK!
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Sci-Fi Film Fiesta VOLUME 3: “OTHER WORLDS” By Chris Christopoulos This volume of the “Sci-Fi Film Fiesta” series: VOLUME 3: "OTHER WORLDS" features these classic sci-fi gems from the 1950s;  Destination Moon Rocketship X-M Flight to Mars Cat Women of the Moon Forbidden Planet The Angry Red Planet Each film presents an imaginative scenario involving humanity’s exploration of alien worlds. Volume 3 "Other Worlds" is the third eBook in the Sci-Fi Film Fiesta series and is free for you to download. ********** EPUB DOWNLOAD LINK PDF DOWNLOAD LINK (with images) KINDLE ..read more
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“HERE BE MONSTERS” - NEW EBOOK
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Sci-Fi Film Fiesta VOLUME 1: “HERE BE MONSTERS” By Chris Christopoulos 2022 The Sci-Fi Film Fiesta blog is being turned into an eBook series featuring science fiction film classics from the 1950s.  The series will consist of several volumes each featuring particular films consisting of a different theme, genre or aspect of that decade's science fiction film offerings.  Here, we'll begin with Volume 1, "Here Be Monsters"- Movies featuring classic monsters including of course, monsters of our own making. This volume is part of a series intended (as in the case of this blog ..read more
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Ikarie XB 1 (1963) / “Voyage To The End Of The Universe”
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Ikarie XB 1 is an overlooked compelling science fiction film that was ahead of it's time and which focuses on complex human drama instead of cheap sci-fi razzamatazz Directed by Jindřich Polák Screenplay by Pavel Juráček, Jindřich Polák Based on “The Magellanic Cloud” by Stanislaw Lem Cinematography: Jan Kališ Edited by Josef Dobřichovský Music by Zdeněk Liška Production company: Filmové Studio Barrandov Distributed by: Ústřední půjčovna filmů, American International Pictures (USA Release dates: July 26, 1963 (Czechoslovakia); September 1964 (US) Running time: 86 minutes Country: Czechoslo ..read more
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12 to the Moon (1960)
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8M ago
A somewhat laughably entertaining sci-fi film with ordinary special effects, acting and direction while a variety of plot devices at least keeps the action going. Directed by David Bradley Written by Fred Gebhardt, DeWitt Boden Produced by Fred Gebhardt Cinematography: John Alton Edited by Edward Mann Music by Michael Andersen Distributed by Columbia Pictures Running time: 74 minutes Budget: $150,000 Cast Ken Clark as Capt. John Anderson Michi Kobi as Dr. Hideko Murata Tom Conway as Dr. Feodor Orloff Anthony Dexter as Dr. Luis Vargas John Wengraf as Dr. Erich Heinrich Robert Montgome ..read more
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World In Upheaval (A Poem)
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Here’s a little poem that contains a rather pessimistic view of human nature. When science fiction films and books present a post-apocalyptic vision of the future, often simplistic causes are given such as humanity having messed with nature or technology managing to take over. Perhaps the likely cause of civilization's possible downfall might wind up being more complicated with various factors combining into a perfect storm. Perhaps it might be even more subtle than that, or it might even come upon us in a totally unexpected way. Whatever the case, I’ll bet our demise will be inextricably ..read more
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