Plot: A scientist becomes murderous after discovering and being exposed to the radiation of a powerful new element called “Radium X.”.

Colossus states that it has for some time been monitoring the attempts to disarm its missiles and as a lesson would now detonate two missiles in their silos, one in the US and one in the USSR, killing thousands "so that you will learn by experience that I do not tolerate interference". Note: “Flash Gordon” star Buster Crabbe took the reigns in this 12-chapter serial, based on Philip Francis Nowlan’s comic strip creation which preceded “Flash Gordon’s” 1934 creation by six years (1928).
Note: This lesser effort from the studio was nonetheless a minor hit that has attained cult status over the years. Plot: A spider escapes from an isolated Arizona desert laboratory experimenting in giantism, and grows to tremendous size as it wreaks havoc on the local inhabitants. the Extra-Terrestrial” (1982) and, of course, the “Jurassic Park” franchise, beginning with Steven Spielberg’s first film in 1982. The original cavemen vs. dinosaurs saga is a winner — if viewer involvement trumps visual effects, it’s got a narrow lead over the Hammer/Harryhausen remake. The link is hurriedly reconnected and both computers continue without any further interference.

Colossus orders Forbin to be placed under 24-hour surveillance. Colossus later tells Forbin that the world, now freed from war, will create a new human millennium that will raise mankind to new heights, but only under its absolute rule. (From imdb; written independently by Chris Sales.). The Cat and the Canary & The Ghost Breakers, DC's Shazam! Both machines demand the link be immediately restored. When he finds them looking around his laboratory, Thorkel becomes angry, but as he is outnumbered, reveals he is shrinking living creatures, among them a horse, using radiation piped from a radium deposit down a deep shaft. Regardless, I’m reluctantly following the (other) cognoscenti on this one. Movies. Note: “Dr. "[5] Dave Kehr, film critic for the Chicago Reader, liked the film. [13] No further details have emerged regarding this remake. Five humans are miniaturized and terrorized by Albert Dekker’s Dr. Thorkel, a card-carrying Buster Crabbe became a household name as the title character. Plot: A mad scientist turns a man into an electrically-controlled monster to do his bidding. [10], "The 13th Academy Awards (1941) Nominees and Winners", http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/145282%7C0/Dr-Cyclops.html, "Dr. Cyclops - Movie Reviews and Movie Ratings", "Dr Cyclops, directed by Ernest B Schoedsack", "DVD Savant Review: The Classic Sci-Fi Ultimate Collection Vol. TV Shows. They flee from Thorkel, and then from Thorkel's cat Satanus, from whom they are saved by Pedro's dog Tipo, who is bewildered by his master now being smaller than him. Note: Released in CinemaScope, the story was allegedly inspired by the discovery of unusually warm water in Antarctica in 1947 (Wikipedia). Looking for some great streaming picks? [1], The film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Visual Effects (by Farciot Edouart and Gordon Jennings) at the 13th Academy Awards.[2].