Movies 4 You: More Sci-Fi Classics [4 Films]
THE AMAZING TRANSPARENT MAN (1960)
From cult director Edgar G. Ulmer, a mad scientist experiments with a serum to make man transparent and uses an escaped convict to rob a bank. But...Scotland Yard moves in.
When the accidentally thawed tail of a huge prehistoric monster is discovered, the process of regeneration begins growing into a full-sized monster...which attacks the city.
THE NEANDERTHAL MAN (1953)
A mad scientist transforms himself into a prehistoric caveman, his cat into a saber-toothed tiger, and his housekeeper into an ape person, which does not enhance his popularity.
THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE (1962)
To restore the life of his fiancee, who was decapitated in an automobile accident, a brilliant surgeon tries to find a suitable body to attach to her head, which he keeps alive and locked in a dungeon.
|Director||Sidney W. Pink|
|Writer||Sidney W. Pink|
|Producer||Samuel Z. Arkoff|
|Producer||Sidney W. Pink|
The Brain That Wouldn't Die
|Actor||Anthony La Penna|
The Amazing Transparent Man
|Director||Edgar G. Ulmer|
|Producer||Lester D. Guthrie|
The Neanderthal Man
|Director||Ewald André Dupont|