Ivan and Milton, excavator drivers, accidentally dig up a coffin with the remnants of a secret advisor. Wishing to bury him with honour, two friends go through different authorities but are met with refusal. They take the coffin to Milton's home where resurrected advisor easily integrates himself into their lives, taking away Milton's wife and making career at their company. Ivan and Milton decide to get rid of their new friend.
A group of people inside an underground complex which possesses high tech computers which tracks world events consider all options as nuclear war is at hand, air supplies may last only eight days and Biblical prophesy unfolds.
The particular storyline concerns memory, specifically the transference of chief scientist Professor Ulop’s memories to a mentally vacant physical subject. Considering this is a banal idea, and more-or-less certain to go horribly wrong (the alternative atavistic title Beasts Shouldn’t Look in the Mirror hints how), the visuals had better be good if this story is to keep the audience’s interest. And against expectations they actually are.
This vexing piece of 1970s psychedelia manages to make Heaven look like the interior of a starship, where vaguely STAR TREK-inspired viewing screens and uniforms, as well as choreographed dance routines, are all the rage. With the head angel outraged after viewing a compilation of scenes of (remarkably innocent-looking) human excess on Earth, blue-eyed Husayn Fahmi - frequently cast as something of an otherworldly enigma in Egyptian movies - gets to observe humanity at first hand, becoming embroiled in organised crime and murder but nevertheless concluding that humankind (not to mention fallen angels like himself) are still worthy of redemption.
Soon... There will be machines that can do anything!
2 dinosaurs are awakened by a construction blast.
A mysterious object falls in the sea and two Bangkok scientists travel to the South of Thailand to investigate. There, an alien creature is killing villagers at night. This is believed to be Thailand's first Science Fiction film.
An astronaut's ship passes through a strange magnetic field on its way back to Earth, and when he emerges from it after landing, he finds he has acquired superhuman powers and a super-genius IQ.
The evil secret society known as the Telephone Pole Gang seeks to take over the world by first taking over a certain prefecture on Kyūshū (they never specify which one). In order to thwart the evil plans of the Telephone Pole Gang, Imazuru High School creates the Prefectural Earth Defense Force, composed of problem teachers and students from the school. They are also joined by a cyborg transfer student from India.
The crew of an interplanetary commercial freighter beams aboard a now horribly mutated saxophone player who has been adrift in space for over twenty years. He starts to get along with the crew, and very close with an alluring journalist. But that's when two criminals are beamed aboard, taking the ship hostage.
After a nuclear war, what is left of society creates a special police force to ensure that it doesn't happen again. However, things don't go exactly as planned.
A village has to be destroyed for coal mining. Henning, a 15 years old boy, who wants to visit his grandfather one more time, realizes that nothing will be the way it used to be.
Earth is visited by a race of aliens, who issue an ultimatum: either peace or complete destruction.
A Chinese science fiction drama