Between Time and Timbuktu

Between Time and Timbuktu 1972

A poet-astronaut is shot through an area of space called the Chronosynclastic Infundibulum. He is duplicated into infinite copies of himself, each of whom finds himself in a bizarre situations on a different world. (These scenarios are all derived from the novels and short stories of 'Kurt Vonnegut Jr.', including Cat's Cradle, Welcome to the Monkey House, 'Harrison Bergeron', and 'Happy Birthday, Wanda June'

Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: The Volcano's Last Big Eruption

Himitsu Sentai Gorenger: The Volcano's Last Big Eruption 1976

When Magman makes a blunder that finally makes him lose the Black Cross Furher's trust, he begins a rampage against EAGLE with Navarone Fortress, the Gorenger must finally stop them. It features the destruction of Volcano Mask General Magman and his Mobile Fortress Navarone, as well as the Gorenger Machines, and the first appearance of his successor Commander-in-Chief Golden Mask. This is a theatrical version of episode 54 of the Himitsu Sentai Gorenger television series.

Santo Faces Death

Santo Faces Death 1970

In 'Santo Frente a la Muerte'(1969, a Spanish/Mexican/Colombian co-production), a group of international criminals steal a large emerald from a heavily guarded Colombian mine and they plan to sell it on the black market. Unfortunately, the evil Dr. Igor is also manipulating other criminals, as well as the ones who stole the emerald, for his own benefit. Santo, a Mexican wrestler/Interpol agent(a cinematic one, anyway) works with the Colombian authorities in an attempt to recover the emerald and to stop Dr. Igor and his subordinates, as well.



A man wakes up inside a spacesuit tumbling helplessly through space, with a computer designed to keep him company until his air runs out, trying to solve the mystery of his death.

Abdulladzhan, or Dedicated to Steven Spielberg

Abdulladzhan, or Dedicated to Steven Spielberg 1991

Considering that Musakov’s Abdulladzhan (1991) was dedicated to Steven Spielberg, we might suggest that these four boys embody nothing more complicated than a conflict of youthful innocence with some ominous threat—the basic workings of E.T. (1982) or War of the Worlds (2005), say. That threat, however, is best understood not through vague nationalism or warmed-over socialism, but through the other reference-point of Abdulladzhan—Tarkovskii’s Stalker (1980). Musakov leaves his boys in a simplified radiance so bright and so overexposed that it no longer looks like the skies of sunny Tashkent, but a disturbing, borderless luminosity to match the flat tonal range of Stalker’s “Zone.” Our Uzbek boys are nowhere in particular; this is a broader domain than anything international.

Let's Visit the World of the Future

Let's Visit the World of the Future 1973

A travelogue inviting viewers of today to come visit the future. The person who found this mysterious 16mm film in his basement in 1973, Rev. Ivan Stang, later ran The SubGenius Foundation, the Slack Prophecy religion devoted to Texas cult religion salesman J.R. "Bob" Dobbs.

Riots and Revolutions: Confronting the Times

Riots and Revolutions: Confronting the Times

Riots and Revolutions: Confronting the Times looks at the film's (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes) parallels to the issue of race relations facing the United States at the time and the violent outbursts of the early 1970s. Also included is a look at the life and times of star Roddy McDowall and his contributions to the Apes series, the style and feel director J. Lee Thompson brought to the film, shooting locations, and the film's two endings.

Inside Out 2

Inside Out 2 1992

Playboy does to softcore sex films what HBO's Tales from the Crypt did for horror. Contains the stories: "Mis-apprehended"; "I've Got A Crush On You"; "The Freak"; "There's This Travelling Salesman, See"; "Double Vision"; "Busty Gusty and her Twin 50's"; "Some Guys Have All The Luck"; "The Hitchhiker"; and "The Right Number".

The Yakuza and the Mermaid

The Yakuza and the Mermaid

A writer having trouble finishing a crime story meets a mysterious woman who literally brings his characters to life. Unfortunately, the gangster in his story just wants to be left alone, even if it means killing the writer. Meanwhile the writer and the mysterious woman embark on their own twisting romantic narrative.

Czarne Slonca

Czarne Slonca 1992

Multiple recidivist Tadeusz Wilk out of jail thanks to an amnesty. He has no idea where to go and what to do with themselves. Post lays down back behind bars.Wolf meets Celine and tells the woman that she is his mother. Mysterious, strangely behaving stranger arouses more and more anxious new parents