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Now you have access to the ten best classic sci-fi movies of all time!
We will be adding more movies every week, and all updates are free!
Full-length movies with all the standard controls.

In this app you will find:

Le voyage dans la lune, a trip to the moon (1902)
By George Melies, an old 1902 film from france about a small group of scientists that travel to space on a rocket to get to the moon.

Phantom From Space (1953)
An alien being lands in Santa Monica. Killing two people who attacked him due to the menacing appearance of his spacesuit, the creature takes it off while being pursued by government authorities, revealing himself to be invisible

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
The Martians kidnap Santa because there is nobody on Mars to give their children presents. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDB page

Teenagers from Outer Space (1959)
A young alien (David Love) falls for a pretty teenage Earth girl (Dawn Anderson) and they team up to try to stop the plans of his invading cohorts.

The Last Man on Earth (1964)
Based on the chilling Richard Matheson science fiction Classic "I am Legend" and later remade as "The Omega Man" starring Charlton Heston. This classic features Vincent Price as scientist Robert Morgan in a post apocalyptic nightmare world. The world has been consumed by a ravenous plague that has transformed humanity into a race of bloodthirsty vampires. Only Morgan proves immune, and becomes the solitary vampire slayer.

The Last Woman on Earth (1960)
Last Woman on Earth is a 1960 American science-fiction film produced and directed by Roger Corman. It tells the story of three survivors of a mysterious apocalypse which appears to have wiped out all human life on earth.[1] The screenplay is by Robert Towne, who also appears in the film billed as "Edward Wain". The music was composed and conducted by Ronald Stein.

The Phantom Creeps (1939)
The Phantom Creeps is everything an old classic B sci-fi is supposed to be.
It features Bela Lugosi (as Dr. Zorka), a mad megalomaniac genius with a utility belt and a sack of gadgets that would make Batman and James Bond blush, against a team of CIA-types, a reporter, and local law enforcement. Lugosi hams up a storm and really seems to enjoy himself in this immensely silly role.
His somewhat untrustworthy and dull side-kick, played by Jack Smith is a great foil to his overbearing stage presence, and he makes a truly great sadist!

The Phantom Planet (1961)
A spaceship is drawn towards a planet populated by tiny people where the atmosphere shrinks the astronauts as well.

This film was featured on the television program Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1967)
A team of astronauts crashes on the surface of Venus. Accompanied by their robot, they explore the surface and end up destroying the Venusian God. This film is also known as "The Gill Women" and "The Gill Women of Venus".

Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965)
Two astronauts, accompanied by their robot, set out to explore the surface of Venus. Things seem to be going well until violent changes begin to rework the surface. Will they be able to escape the planet with their lives? This film is also known as "Prehistoric Planet" and "Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet".

With many more coming soon at no charge!!