Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror
The Incredible Shrinking Man 1957The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) Man gets exposed to a mysterious cloud while at sea and begins shrinking.
Independence Day 1996Independence Day (1996) Aliens from outer space attack Earth and destroy all its major cities and the fate of the world is placed in the hands of the duo of Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum.
Insidious (2011)Insidious (2011) A young couple move into a new home and are haunted by terrifying ghosts and their son falls into a coma; they move to another house but the ghosts appear to follow them, and when they call on a medium, she says they are attached to the father.
Invaders from Mars 1953Invaders from Mars (1953) Film about a boy who sees a flying saucer land at night and then realizes his parents have been replaced by aliens.
Invasion of the Body Snachers 1956Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) A doctor begins to suspect that some of his patients are actually aliens masquerading as human beings.
The Invisible Man 1933The Invisible Man (1933)  First film version of the HG Wells story about a man who invents an invisibility serum which drives him mad.
The Invisible Ray 1936The Invisible Ray (1936) With Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. A scientist discovers a new element, Radium X, that poisons him and drives him mad, and he sets out to kill his wife and friends.
It came from outer space 1953It Came from Outer Space (1953) Film version of the Ray Bradbury story in which aliens crash land on earth and have to take human forms.
It!the terror from Beyond Space 1958It! the Terror from Beyond Space (1958)  A space expedition returning to Earth discovers that they have an alien life form on board killing each of them one at a time.
Jaws 1975Jaws (1975)  Steven Spielberg's film version of the Peter Benchley novel about a great white shark killing people off a popular beach.
Journey to the Center of Earth 1960Journey to the Center of Earth (1960) Film version of the Jules Vern novel about explorers discover a pathway to the interior of the earth.
Journey to the Center of Earth 2008Journey to the Center of Earth (2008) Remake with Brandon Fraser.
Jurassic Park 1993Jurassic Park (1993) First Steven Spielberg film from the Michael Critchton novel about a wealthy entrepreneur who uses ancient dinosaur DNA to create new dinosaurs and make a theme park where people come see them.
King Kong 1933King Kong (1933)  A film crew goes to an uncharted island where dinosaurs still live and brings back an enormous ape to display in New York City. Special effects by Willis O’Brien.
King Kong vs Godzilla1962King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962) Third Godzilla movie in which a giant ape is captured on a jungle island and goes into battle with the giant lizard.
Ladyhawke 1985Ladyhawke (1985) In the Middle Ages, a bishop uses black magic to curse a woman who spurned him so that she turns into a hawk in the daytime and her lover into a wolf at night. With Michelle Pfeiffer, Rutger Hauer and Matthew Broderick.
The Land Unknown 1957The Land Unknown (1957) A helicopter crew in the Arctic discovers an entrance to a subterranean world where dinosaurs still live.
The Last Man on Earth 1964The Last Man on Earth (1964) Original 1964 version of the Richard Matheson story I Am Legend about a virus that kills almost everyone on earth and turns the survivors into murderous zombies, with only one man immune to it. Remade with Will Smith as I am legend in 2007.
The Last Starfighter 1984The Last Starfighter (1984) A young man becomes an expert at playing a video game and then discovers that aliens placed it on Earth to test fighters for real war in space.
Lifeforce 1985Lifeforce (1985) Movie version of Colin Wilson's book the space vampires about parasitic lifeforms a spaceship discovers in happening Haley's comet and brings to Earth.
The Lodger 1944The Lodger (1944) The occupants of a rooming house in 1880s London begins to suspect that a strange man who moved in there is Jack the Ripper.
Logan's Run 1976Logan’s Run (1976) In a futuristic city, people live entirely for pleasure but must end their lives at the age of 30 or be hunted down by police.
The lost World 1925The Lost World (1925, silent) First film version of the Conan Doyle story about the adventurer Professor Challenger finding a plateau in South America in which dinosaurs still live.
The Lost World 1960The Lost World (1960) Remake of the 1925 film.
The Lost World:Jurassic Park IIThe Lost World: Jurassic Park II Sequel to Jurassic Park in which a team goes back to the island and brings a Tyrannosaurus Rex back to America.
Magnolia 1999Magnolia (1999) Film loosely based on the work of Charles Fort about a group of people whos lives intersect because of synchronicities.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 1994Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994)  Remake of the Frankenstein story more closely following Mary Shelley's original novel.
Minority Report 2002Minority Report (2002) From a Philip K. Dick story. In a world of the future psychics are employed by the police to predict when crimes will happen and arrest people before they do.
The Mothman Prophesies 2002The Mothman Prophecies (2002) From the book by John A. Keel. A strange creature begins appearing in a West Virginia town seemingly trying to warn about an imminent catastrophe.
Mothra 1961Mothra (1961) A team of men discover a pair of fairies on an island near Japan and kidnap them, and the islands drive awakens a giant Caterpillar and sends it to bring them back.
The Mummy 1931The Mummy (1931) A priest in ancient Egypt misuses the sacred scroll up Isis to attempt to bring his beloved back to life and in punishment is buried alive, and is dug up in the 20th century to menace mankind.
Mysterious Island 1961Mysterious Island (1961) Union soldiers steal a balloon to escape a Confederate prison camp in the Civil War and land on an uncharted island filled with giant creatures. Sequel to 20,000 leagues under the Sea by Jules Verne.
Nightmare on Elm Street 1984Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) First film in the series an evil man burned to death years before flying so waiting to come back to life through the dreams of people in the families that killed him.
Night of the living Dead 1968Night of the Living Dead (1968) Original 1968 film about a meteor shower that raises the recently dead back to a half-life in which they seek to kill and eat other human beings.
Nosferatu 1922Nosferatu (1922, silent) First film version of Brown Stoker's Dracula story from Germany.
Nosferatu 1979Nosferatu (Klaus Kinski, 1979) Remake with Klaus Kinski as the vampire and Isabel Adjani as the woman whose true love can save him from his curse.
One million years B.C. 1967One Million Years B.C. (1967)  Dinosaurs, cavemen and Racquel Welch wearing the world's first bikini. With animation by Ray Harryhausen.
Paranoiac 1962Paranoiac (Oliver Reed, 1962) Oliver Reed the son of a wealthy family who was presumed dead unexpectedly returns.
Phantom of the Opera 1925Phantom of the Opera (1925, silent)  Original silent 1925 version with Lon Chaney as the Harley just figured musician who hides underneath the Paris Opera House and murders those he regards as defiling sacred music.
Phantom of the Opera 1943Phantom of the Opera (Claude Rains, 1943) Remake with Claude Rains as the Phantom.
Phantom of the Opera 1962Phantom of the Opera (Herbert Lom, 1962) Hammer film version with Herbert Lom as the Phantom.
The Pit and the Pendulum 1961The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) With Vincent Price. Roger Corman film adaptation of the short story by Edgar Allen Poe about a man consigned to a torture chamber in the Spanish Inquisition.
Plan 9 from outer Space 1959Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) Aliens come to Outer space to raise the dead from their graves. With Bela Lugosi.
Planet of the Apes 1968Planet of the Apes (1968) Original 1968 version with Charlton Heston. Astronauts sent into space come down on a strange planet where human beings are treated like animals by intelligent talking apes.
Practical Magic 1998Practical Magic (1998) Film with Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as two witches.
Premature Burial 1962Premature Burial (1962) Roger Corman film based on Edgar Allan Poe stories. Ray Milland stars as a man terrified of the possibility of his falling into a catatonic state and being buried alive.
Prince of Darkness 1987Prince of Darkness (1987) John Carpenter film about an ancient relic discovered in a San Francisco church that has some strange power captured in it. With Alice Cooper.
Prometheus 2012Prometheus (2012) Prequel to the alien series about a race called the engineers who originally created the parasitic creatures that use human beings as hosts.
Psycho 1960Psycho (1960) Alfred Hitchcock film about a reclusive man who runs a hotel where people disappear.
Quatermass I 1955Quatermass 1 (1955) First Hammer film based on the BBC TV series about a British rocket scientist Prof. Quatermass seeking to pioneer into outer space, whose first rocket launch goes awry with only one of the three astronauts returning alive while two have vanished. Released in the US as The Creeping Unknown.
Quatermass II 1957Quatermass 2 (1957) Prof. Quatermass discovers small artificial meteorites falling to the earth which appear to come from another world, and then discovers they have the power to take over human beings. Released in the US as Enemy from Space.
Quatermass and the Pit 1967Quatermass and the Pit (1967)  Film in which a crew digging a new subway tunnel discovers a crashed rocket ship millions of years old. Released in the US as 5 Million Years to Earth.
The Raven 1963The Raven (1963) Roger Corman comedy loosely based on Edgar Allen Poe with Vincent Price, Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre as competing magicians. With a young Jack Nicholson.
Repulsion 1965Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965) Film starring Catherine Denueve as a beautiful but mentally disturbed young woman repulsed by men whose sister leaves her alone in their apartment for a few weeks.
Revenge of Frankenstein 1958Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) Second Hammer Frankenstein film in which Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) continues his experiments.
Revenge of the Creature 1955Revenge of the Creature  (1955) Sequel to The Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Rodan 1956Rodan  (1956) A giant bird and giant insects from the dinosaur era are unearthed by an earthquake in Japan.
Rosemary's Baby 1968Rosemary’s Baby  (1968) A young woman (Mia Farrow) in New York City is taken in by a coven of witches.
Seconds 1966Seconds (1966) A middle aged businessman (Rock Hudson) seeking to escape his life finds out about a group that can be hired to fake your death and give you a new identity.
The 7th Victim 1940The 7th Victim (1940) A woman disappears in New York City after she becomes involved with a satanic group.
The Serpent and the Rainbow 1988The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) A man goes to Haiti to investigate Voodoo.
The Silence of the Lambs 1991The Silence of the Lambs (1991) An FBI agent (Jodi Foster) must turn to an imprisoned psychotic cannibal (Anthony Hopkins) to solve a murder.
Silent running 1972Silent Running (1972) In a world of the future, all natural life has been banished from the earth and is only kept alive on orbiting sanctuaries, but then the order is given to destroy these and one man (Bruce Dern) refuses to obey it.
Son of Frankenstein 1939Son of Frankenstein (1939) Basil Rathbone plays Dr. Frankenstein's son who returns to his village to find Frankenstein's monster still alive.
Soylent Green 1973Soylent Green (1973) Charlton Heston and Edward G. Robinson star as inhabitants of a future world where almost the only food available is an artificial one made by the government, and they discover people are being killed to hide a secret about it.
Splash 1984Splash! (1984) Disney movie about a man (Tom Hanks) who discovers a live mermaid (Daryl Hannah).
Starman 1984Starman (1984) John Carpenter film about a crash landed alien (Jeff Bridges) who assumes the form of a woman's dead husband (Karen Allen) to travel to a rendezvous with his spaceship.
Tales of Terror 1962Tales of Terror (1962) Film with Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone and Peter Lorre telling three Edgar Allan Poe stories (Morella, The Black Cat and The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar).
The Terminator 1984The Terminator (1984) Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a humanoid robot sent back in time to kill a woman and change history.
Them!1954Them! (1954)  Film in which radiation from atomic experiments in New Mexico changes ants to giant form.
The Thing 1951The Thing (1951)  A group of scientists discovers a flying saucer crashed and frozen in the ice and the body of what they think is a dead inhabitant, but it comes back to life when thawed out and begins killing.
The Thing 1982The Thing (John Carpenter, 1982) John Carpenter remake of the original, where the alien “thing” is able to change form and imitate any living creature.
Things to come 1936Things to Come (1936)  Film version of HG Wells novel about mankind's possible future. With Raymond Massey and Sir Cedric Hardwicke.
Thinner 1996Thinner (Stephen King)  1996 film version of Stephen King novel about a man cursed by a gypsy whose wife he accidentally killed with his car.
13th Floor 1988The 13th Floor (1988) A group of scientists creates a virtual computer world which they can visit, but the project leader mysteriously dies and the mystery of his death leads into the miniature world.
This Island Earth 1954This Island Earth (1954) A group of scientists are contacted by intelligent aliens from outer space and asked to participate in a project designed to save their world.
The 3 Worlds of Gulliver 1960The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960)  Film version of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver’s Travels, in which Dr. Lemuel Gulliver travels first to an island where everyone is miniature size and then to an island of giants.
THX1138THX 1138  First film by George Lucas , about a future world in which everyone lives in an artificial city underground.
Time after time 1979Time after Time (1979) Film in which HG Wells really invents a time machine which is then stolen by Jack the Ripper to escape.
The Tingler 1959The Tingler (Vincent Price, 1959) Horror film by William Castle in which Vincent Price plays a doctor who discovers a strange force in the human spine which becomes solid when people are terrified.
Torture Garden (1967)Torture Garden (1967)  A group of people in a carnival sideshow have their fortunes read by the mysterious Dr. Diablo (Burgess Meredith) and these are presented as several tales of terror. With Peter Cushing and Jack Palance.
Total recall 1990Total Recall (1990) Film with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone, from a story by Philip K. Dick. In a future world, people can go to have artificial memories implanted to have imaginary vacations, but when one man goes to have this done he finds out he has already had false memories implanted and has in fact been living a false life.
To the Devil a Daughter 1976To the Devil a Daughter (1976) Film with Natassija Kinski.

A beautiful young nun finds that she is being used by a satanic cult to have a baby by the devil. 

Tron:Legacy  2010Tron: Legacy (2010) Sequel to the Disney film Tron in which computer designer Flynn disappeared years before, and his son follows him into the cyber world to bring him back.
The Truman Show (1998)The Truman Show (1998) A man (Jim Carrey) is raised all his life in an artificial town where all the people keep secret from him that his life is being constantly televised to the outside world.
Twelve Monkeys (1995)Twelve Monkeys (1995) A man (Bruce Willis) is sent back in time from a future where most of the population was killed by a man-made virus, to prevent a madman (Brad Pitt) from unleashing it.
20 Million Miles to Earth 195720 Million Miles to Earth (1957) 
The first spacecraft to Venus returns to earth and crashes, and one of the lifeforms it brought back escapes. Animation by Ray Harryhausen.
20000 Leagues Under the Sea 195420,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) Disney film of the Jules Verne novel about a man who invents the first submarine and sets out to destroy all the warships of all nations.
Twice Told Tales 1963Twice Told Tales  (1963) Three stories of the supernatural from Nathaniel Hawthorne including the House of the Seven Gables. With Vincent Price.
Twilight 2008Twilight (2008) A young woman falls in love with the young man and then discovers he is a vampire.
Twlight 2009Twilight 2: New Moon (2009) The same woman feels attracted to another young man and then discovers he is a werewolf.
Twilight 3 2010Twilight 3: Eclipse  (2010) The woman marries the vampire and the adventures continue.
2001:a Space Odyssey 19682001: a Space Odyssey (1968) Directed by Stanley Kubrick from a story by Arthur C. Clarke. As mankind begins space travel, a giant obelisk is discovered on the moon which sends signals out to another one orbiting Jupiter and a mission is sent there.
Vanilla Sky (2001)Vanilla Sky (2001) A man (Tom Cruise) who has everything (good looks, wealth and women) suddenly has a near-fatal car crash that leaves him horribly disfigured. With Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz.
Village of the Damned 1960Village of the Damned (1960) An entire village falls asleep and 9 months later the women all give birth to strange genius children who all look alike and can control others’ minds.
War of the Worlds 1953War of the Worlds (1953) George Pal’s film version of the H. G. Wells story about an invasion of the Earth from Mars.
Werewolf of London 1935Werewolf of London (1935) A scientist seeking for a rare flower in Tibet is bitten  by a wolf like creature and discovers that now he turns into a wolf at the full moon.
When Worlds Collide 1951When Worlds Collide (1951) Two astronomers discover that there is a star and an orbeting planet heading towards the Earth and begin a crash program to build a spaceship and escape.
Wolfen 1981Wolfen (1981) NYC Police discover that an unknown wolf-like life form has been hiding alongside man and picking off the weak and helpless.
The Wolf Man 1941The Wolf Man (1941) Lon Chaney Jr. stars as a man bitten by a werewolf who discovers that he now turns into one when the moon is full. With Bela Lugosi and Claude Rains.
The Wolfman 2010The Wolfman (2010) Remake of the Wolf Man story.
X-the Man with the X-Ray Eyes 1963X-the Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)  A scientist changes his eyes with an experiment and becomes able to see through objects, but his vision gets more powerful and begins to torment him.
A Bucket of Blood 1959A Bucket of Blood (1959) Cheap Roger Corman film about a beatnik who has such a desire to become a successful artist that he starts killing peple and covering them with plaster--1959 beat era film.
A Clockwork Orange 1971A Clockwork Orange (1971) Futuristic story where gangs worship sex and violence in London years from now and the police attempt to cure an imprisoned gang leader of his violent urges by a brainwashing technique.
Alien (1979)Alien (1979) The first Alien film with Sigourney Weaver in which a crew of a mining ship is sent to investigate a wreck of an alien spacecraft and takes on board a relentless killing creature.
An American Werewolf in London (1981)An American Werewolf in London (1981) Backpacker David Naughton hiking across the English countryside is attacked by a wolf like creature and then turns into a werewolf.
The Andromeda strain 1971The Andromeda Strain (1971) Spacecraft returns to Earth with a biological life form that threatens to kill all life on Earth, and a team of scienitsts participate in a secret laboratory designed to just these attempts to isolate the virus.
Angry Red Planet 1960Angry Red Planet (1960) Earth's first mission to Mars lands and discoveries strange life forms.
A trip to the moon 1902A Trip to the Moon (1902),
 Edison's Frankenstein 1910Edison's Frankenstein (1910),
 Cabinet of dr. Caligari 1919Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) 1st sci-fi film (silent film) from France. First film version of the Frankenstein story from Thomas Edison's film studio. Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) German film about a somnambulist hypnotized and sent out to commit murder. Usually considered the first horror film.
Back to the Future 1985Back to the Future (1985) Steven Spieldberg's film about an eccentric inventor who creates a time machine and his young assistant Marty McFly goes back and meets his parents before he was born, and then has to make sure he doesn't change the future.
Back to the future II 1989Back to the Future II (1989) Sequel in which the inventor travels into the future and then back in time again.
Back to the Future III 1990Back to the Future III (1990) Third film in the series in which the eccentric inventor goes back to the Old West.
Barbarella 1968Barbarella (1968) Jane Fonda stars as the  French science fiction heroine who always seems to get into a kind of trouble in which she loses her clothes. Directed by Roger Vadim  her husband who intended Brigitte Bardot for the role.
The Beast from 20000 Fathoms 1953The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (1953) A giant dinosaur is awakened by an atomic test in the Arctic and comes ashore to destroy an entire city.
Beetlejuice 1988Beetlejuice (1988) A couple dies and is required to haunt their former house, but the daughter (Winona Rider) of the family that moves in likes ghosts and befriends them. But then the couple contracts with a bizzare character from the other side named Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) who promoses to exorcise the living people from the house.
Big (1988)Big (1988) A 13-year-old boy who years to be an adult and have a girl, has his wish suddenly granted by a mysterious machine at an amusement park, but within his adult-appearing self (Tom Hanks) is still an immature boy.
The Birds 1963The Birds (1963) Hitchcock's strange film about the birds of the world for some reason ganging up on human beings and attacking us all.
The Black Hole 1979The Black Hole (Disney, 1979)  Disney film about a space mission to a black hole in outer space.
Blade runner 1982Blade Runner (1982) First film made from one of sci-fi writer Phillip K Dick's stories about a world of the future in which we can create nearly perfect copies of human beings which are used as slaves and if they rebel and try to escape must be hunted down and killed.
The Blob 1958The Blob (1958) Teenage 1950s horror movie with Steve McQueen in which a meteor falls to space from space with a jelly-like creature that eats flesh and sets out to kill all the people in the town.
The Body Snatcher 1945The Body Snatcher (1945) Film made from the Robert Loius Stevenson story, based on the crimes of Burke and Hare, who made such good money providing cavaders for medical schools that they began murdering people for bodies.
Dracula 1992Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) Film with Gary Oldman and Winona Ryder retelling the Dracula novel.
Brazil 1985Brazil (1985) Surrealistic version of 1984 by Terry Giliam. In the future world ruled by an all-powerful government police state, a young man dreams about escaping with a beautiful woman.
Bride of Frankenstein 1935Bride of Frankenstein (1935) The 1935 sequel to the original Frankenstein continuing the story in the original Mary Shelley story.
The Brides of Dracula 1960The Brides of Dracula (1960) Sequel to the Hammer film 'Horror of Dracula" in which another vampire is haunted down by Dr Van Helsing after his success in killing Dracula.
The Brides of Fu Manchu 1966The Brides of Fu Manchu (1966) Sequel to the first Hammer Fu Manchu film "Face of Fu Manchu". The mad Chinese scientist kidnaps the daughters of inventors to force them to create a world conquering device for him.
Brotherhood of the Wolf 2001Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001) Film is about a secret group of werewolves in the countryside of France.
Carnival of the Souls 1962Carnival of Souls (1962) The 1962 cult classic about a woman who is almost drowned in the car accident and then seems to be living in the world of the living and in the world of the dead at the same time.
Cat People 1942The Cat People (1942) Simone Simone plays a Serbian woman from a tribe cursed with the legend that if the women have sex, they  will turn into tigers and kill their lovers.
Cat People 1982Cat People (Natassija Kinski, 1982) Remake of the Simone Simone film with Natasha Kinski as the cursed cat-woman.
Chamber of Horrors 1966Chamber of Horrors (1966) A madman escapes jail and tries to kill each person responsible for his capture and arrest.
Chandu the Magician 1932Chandu the Magician (1932) Film version of the radio magician hero who battles an evil black magician.
Chandu and the Magic Island 1935Chandu on the Magic Island (1935) Sequel to the first Chandu movie with Bela Lugosi traveling to the legendary Lemuria.
Close encounters of the Third Kind 1977Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Steven Spielberg film about several people contacted by UFOs and going to Devil's mountain in Wyoming to meet a flying soucer.
Cocoon 1985Cocoon (1985) A group of aliens comes to an old folks home with a substance that restores people's youth.
Crack in the world 1965Crack in the World (1965) Film in which a project to drill a hole deep into the Earth's mantle that threatens to destroy the world.
The Crawling Eye 1958The Crawling Eye (1958) Strange atmospheric horror film about mysterious deaths in the Swiss Alps and a cloud which hangs over the mountain and seems to have something living inside it.
Creature from the Black Lagoon 1954Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954) An archeologist journeys to a secluded lagoon in the Amazon searching for a lost human-like creature that retreated into living underwater thousands of years ago.
The Creature Walks Among Us 1956The Creature Walks Among Us (1956) Third film in the series, in which the gill man is injured in a fire and given plastic surgery and lungs to be able to breathe air.
Curse of Frankenstein 1957Curse of Frankenstein (Hammer, 1957)  Film remake of the Frankenstein story with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Curse of the Demon 1957Curse of the Demon (1957) An investigator looking into a Satan- worshiper finds that he has a demon chasing him.
Curse of Werewolf 1961Curse of the Werewolf (Hammer, 1961) Hammer film version of The Wolfman with Oliver Reed.
The Dark Crystal 1982The Dark Crystal (1982) A world has fallen under a spell when its great crystal lost a shard, dividing it between the harsh Skeksis and the gentle Mystics, but now a young man must fulfill a prophecy and make the crystal whole to save the world.
Day of the Triffids 1965Day of the Triffids (1965) A meteor shower leaves almost all people on earth blind and at the same time mutates a group of plants into poisonous creatures that can move.
Day the Earth Caught Fire 1961Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961) Film in which the United States and Russia both set off atomic bombs at the same time on opposite sides of the earth and set the earth spinning off its axis into the Sun.
Day the Earth Stood still 1951Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) A flying saucer lands in Washington DC and a spaceman visits the earth who is concerned that human beings may bring their violence into space.
Der GolemDer Golem (1920, silent) Silent German film telling the Jewish legend of a magician rabbi who creates an artificial man to defend the Jews.
Diary of the Madman 1963Diary of a Madman (Vincent Price, 1963) A respected judge dies and after his death people read his diary telling an incredible story of his experiences with an invisible being called the Horla that made him kill.
Dr.Cyclops 1940Dr. Cyclops (1940) Film about a mad scientist who invents a shrinking ray and reduces a group of people to miniature size.
DrJekull and MrHyde 1920Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1920, silent) First film version of the Robert Louis Stevenson story about a chemist who invents a potion which changes him into an evil man and he leads a double life. With John Barrymore.
DrJekyll & Mr HYde 1932Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1932) Remake with sound, with Fredric March as Dr. Jekyll.
DrJekull & Mr Hyde 1941Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Spencer Tracy, 1941) Version with Spencer Tracy which is a Freudian version of the story without horror makeup on Mr Hyde.
Dr Terror's House of Horrors 1965Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965) Hammer film with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. An occultist with a deck of tarot cards takes a train ride and tells the future of 5 people.
Donovan's Brain 1953Donovan’s Brain (1953) A brain researcher saves the brain of a rich man whose plane crashes nearby and keeps it alive, only to find that it is taking him over and making him take revenge on the people who tried to kill him.
Dracula 1931Dracula (1931) The original 1931 film version with Bela Lugosi, about the count from Transylvania who decides to come to England to find more victims.
Dragonslayer 1981Dragonslayer (1981) A young apprentice to a wizard is given the job of killing a dragon rampaging across the countryside.
 EARTH VS FLYING SAUCERSEarth Vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)  Film of a war between an outer space race and the earth.
EL TOPOEl Topo (Jodorowsky, 1970) Surrealistic Western film by Alejandro Jodorowsky.
ENEMY MINEEnemy Mine (1985) In a world of the future, an earth man and his outer space enemy crash land during a fight on a barren planet, and find they have to overcome their hatred of each other and work together to survive.
ERASERHEADEraserhead (1977) Surrealistic film by David Lynch.
ESCAPE FROM NEW YORKEscape from New York (1981)  In a future world, New York City has been closed off and made a penal colony in which the worst criminals are exiled, but a revolutionary group sabotages the president's plane so that he lands there and an ex- criminal is sent in to rescue him.
E.TE.T. (1985) Steven Spielberg's film about a young alien accidentally left behind when his spaceship leaves, who befriends an earth boy.
EXCALIBURExcalibur (1981) John Boorman's spectacular version of the story of King Arthur and Merlin.
THE EXORCISTSThe Exorcist (1973) A young girl becomes possessed and has to be exorcised by a Catholic priest.
THE FACE OF FU MANCHUThe Face of Fu Manchu (1965) Hammer film about the evil Chinese genius who seeks to conquer the world and the British hero Nigel Smith who battles to defeat him.
FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHERFall of the House of Usher (1960)  With Vincent Price from the Edgar Allan Poe story. First of the Roger Corman/Edgar Allan Poe films with Vincent Price.
FANTASTIC PLANETFantastic Planet (Fr., Eng. dubs, 1973) Animated Czechoslovakian film about a world of the future in which the descendants of Earth human beings have been made pets by a giant race but seek to win their freedom.
FANSTATIC VOYAGEFantastic Voyage (1966) A crew is shrunk down to microscopic size and injected into the body of a brain damaged scientist to save his life.
FARENHEIT 451Farenheit 451 (1966) From Ray Bradbury's story of a future world in which all books have been banned and government “firemen” go around burning them.
Field of Dreams (1989)Field of Dreams (1989) A farmer (Kevin Costner) hears a voice telling him to build a ball field, and when he does so the ghosts of dead ball players come to play.
THE 5TH ELEMENT 1997The Fifth Element (1997)  Bruce Willis Milla Jovovich. Aliens plan to return to earth in 2214 to bring 4 elements needed to save it from destruction, but several groups want to steal them and it falls to a Special Forces soldier-turned-cabdriver (Bruce Willis) to rescue them and the 5th Element, a perfect woman (Milla Jovovich) who alone can activate the 4.
Fight Club (1999)Fight Club (1999) A travelling insurance adjuster (Ed Norton) and a misfit he meets on a plane (Brad Pitt) start a group for men to revive their masculinity by fighting each other, which evolves into an anarchist group blowing up buildings.
FIRST MAN ON THE MOONFirst Men in the Moon (1964) HG Wells story about a man who invents an anti-gravity paste in 1899 and uses it to take a trip to the moon.
THE FLYThe Fly (1958) Original 1958 film about a man who tests out a teleportation device not noticing that a fly has gotten into the chamber with him and comes out part man part fly.
4 SKULLS OF JONATHAN DRAKE4 Skulls of Johnathan Drake (1959) Atmospheric horror film about a man whose family was cursed by an Amazon head hunter so that every generation must die.
Frankenstein (1931) The first film version of Mary Shelley's story with Boris Karloff as the artificial man made by Dr Frankenstein.
frankenstein meets the wolf manFrankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943) 5th Frankenstein film in which Bela Lugosi plays the monster and Lon Chaney jr. is the Wolfman brought back to life battling him.
FREAKSFreaks (1931) Film by Todd Browning starring real circus freaks telling an eerie story about a normal woman who tried to poison one who was going to inherit a fortune, and how the freaks took their revenge.
FREQUENCYFrequency (2000) Strange electronic storm enables a man to use his father's old ham radio to talk to him in the past 30 years before, and change history.
FRIDAY THE 13THFriday the 13th pt. 1 (1980) First in the film series about a boy murdering people at a summer camp.
GHIDRAHGhidrah the 3-Headed Monster (1964)  A giant monster from space battles Godzilla, Rodan and Mothra. 5th Godzilla film.
FRANKENSTEINGhost of Frankenstein (1940) 4th Frankenstein film in which the monster is brought back to life.
THE GIANT BEHEMOTHThe Giant Behemoth (1959) An atomic blast awakens a dinosaur from suspended animation.
GIGANTIS THE FIRE MONSTERGigantis the Fire Monster (1955) Second Godzilla movie which Godzilla and another monster are both awakened from suspended animation.
GODZILLAGodzilla (1954 Jap.) w/ Godzilla (1956) The original 1954 Japanese film Gojira along with the 1956 US version with scenes added with Raymond Burr.
GODZILLA VS MOTHRAGodzilla Vs. Mothra (1964) 4th Godzilla film in which he battles the giant moth.
GORGOGorgo (1961) A monster is found off the coast of Ireland and brought to London to be put on display.
Greaser's Palace (1972)Greaser's Palace (1972)  A surrealistic re-telling of the Christ story, where the Messiah is a man wearing an immaculate purple 1940s zoot suit who falls out of the sky into the Old West. Film by Robert Downey Sr.  
HALLOWEENHalloween (1978) First of the Halloween films in which Michael Myers the slasher goes on a killing rampage.
HANGOVER SQUAREHangover Square (Laird Cregar, 1945) A composer suffers blackouts in which he can't remember what he did and he begins to suspect that he is killing people while in a trance-like state.
THE HAUNTED PALACEThe Haunted Palace (1963) From combined stories of Edgar Allan Poe and HP Lovecraft. A sorcerer burned at the stake centuries ago returns again to continue his work of raising demonic powers from before the beginning of the world.

HORROR HOTELHorror Hotel (1963) A coven of witches in a secluded town in Massachusetts is able to live forever if they sacrifice human beings twice a year.
HORROR OF DRACULAHorror of Dracula (1958) Hammer film with Christopher Lee. Retelling of the Dracula story in color.
HOUSE OF DRACULAHouse of Dracula (1945)7th and last film in the Universal series with Frankenstein, Dracula and the Wolfman.
HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEINHouse of Frankenstein (1944) Sixth Universal film, sequel to Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man. Dracula, Frankenstein and the Wolfman are all brought back to life.
HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILLHouse on Haunted Hill (1958) An eccentric millionaire (Vincent Price) offers people $10,000 to spend one night in a haunted house.
HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAMEHunchback of Notre Dame (1923, silent) Original film version of the Victor Hugo story with Lon Chaney as the deformed orphan raised in Notre Dame Cathedral who falls in love with a gypsy girl.
HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME 2Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) Version with Charles Laughton.
HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME 3Hunchback of Notre Dame (1957) 1957 version with Anthony Quinn as the hunchback and Gina Lolabrigidda as the gypsy girl.
THE HUNGERThe Hunger (1983) David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve play vampires in New York City who must drink blood to stay young.
I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTERSPACEI Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958) Part comedy film about aliens from outer space impersonating human beings.
Inception (2010)Inception (2010) A man (Leonardo DeCaprio) who has perfected going into peoples’ dreams to steal information is instead hired to plant an idea in a millionaire’s mind.