Here are some free classic Sci-Fi movies made in the 1950's.
If you are into baddies from space these B-movies may be a good place to start: Phantom from Space, Cat-Women of the Moon and Killers from Space.
Two SF movies on the list, besides Rocketship X-M, were mocked in the Mystery Science Theater 3000, but are they really such bad science fiction movies? Attack of the Giant Leeches and Teenagers from Outer Space are waiting for you to love them.
And that is not all...
Agent Mulder from X-files swears watching this science fiction movie sharpens his concentration when he needs to find answers to baffling questions. Check it out here!
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Directors: Kurt Neumann
Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, Noah Beery Jr., Hugh O'Brian, John Emery
In the 1950 two science fiction movies - Destination Moon and Rocketship X-M - raced each other for the title of the first full length movie showing landing on the Moon, the latter beating the former by a few weeks.
Producer Robert L. Lippert jumped into the production of RXM riding on an ad-campaign wave which was originally created for Destination Moon.
Lippert and his team changed the story on account of a law suit hanging over their heads, and instead of landing on Moon the brave crew of Rocketship X-M land on Mars and in the process make an interesting discovery.
Directors: Arthur Hilton
Sonny Tufts, William Phipps, Victor Jory, Marie Windsor
Directors: W. Lee Wilder
Ted Cooper, Tom Daly, Lela Nelson, Burt Wenland, Steve Acton
Directors: W. Lee Wilder
James Seay, Peter Graves, Frank Gerstle, Steve Pendleton
Silliness aside this movie has its moments; one being an interesting and elaborate alien plan of how to conquer the Earth.
Directors: Koji Shima
Keizo Kawasaki, Toyomi Karita, Bin Yagisawa, Shozo Nanbu, Bontarô Miake
Directors: Bernard L. Kowalski
Yvette Vickers, Ken Clark, Jan Shepard, Michael Emmet
Directors: Edward D. Wood Jr.
Bela Lugosi, Vampira, John Breckinridge, Duke Moore, Tor Johnson
Aliens try to contact humans, but governments of Earth ignored them and "refused even to accept their existence". The only solution to get some attention and send their warnings to humans is to implement Plan 9, which calls for raising the recent deads via an electrode ray.
Directors: Tom Graeff
David Love, Bryan Grant, Dawn Bender, Harvey B. Dunn, Tom Graeff
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