It's the first week of winter in 1982. An American Research Base is greeted by an alien force, that can assimilate anything it touches. It's up to the members to stay alive, and be sure of who is human, and who has become one of the Things.
Check out this collection of the very best action movies starring hunky leading man Kurt Russell, including 1986 cult classic 'Big Trouble in Little China' and 'Escape from New York'. Make sure to check out recent addition to his canon 'Death Proof', a neo-grindhouse gem directed by Quentin Tarantino himself.
Here it is: a comprehensive list of the best sci-fi films from 1970-2000, including animated gem 'The Hidden Giant', surreal dystopian thriller 'Dark City', and the undisputed 80s champ 'Terminator'. Watch them all to achieve pure geekdom!
While 80s cinema often gets a bad rap for its high levels of cheese it also produced some true masterpieces, ranging from the goofy, to the mysterious, and the downright terrifying. Make sure to check out 'The Vanishing' for one of the best psychological horror movies of all time.
A horror hall-of-famer, John Carpenter is the man behind 'The Thing', 'Halloween, and (obviously) 'John Carpenter's Vampires'. If you're looking to revisit some classic horror gems then look no further than this complete list of his contributions to the genre.
For those unfamiliar with the genre, body horror relies on the simultaneous appeal and repulsion of observing the human body in a state of mutation or decay. Man sized flies, decapitated bodies carrying their own heads, VCR-compatible stomachs: all great watches before dinner!
Whether it's Arnold Schwarzenegger or Harrison Ford, the big names of the 80s threw themselves into the Sci-Fi genre. Probably the best decade for science fiction movies ever. Think 'Terminator', 'Aliens', and the culmination of the original 'Star Wars' trilogy.
Movies in the vein of 'Re-Animator' and 'The Evil Dead': gore-porn from back when they used fake blood that looked like it came from a Ketchup bottle - and lots of it! Sure to leave the gore-hounds satiated.
You won't find a more bizarre set of premises, characters, and special effects than in this collection of grindhouse sci-fi flicks from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. We can just imagine Tarantino watching these with a sick grin on his face!