Thomas Edison claimed that it would ‘do for the eye what the phonograph does for the ear.’
“the opening 2 parter opens up with some construction workers who are digging a tunnel for a new subway when getting through a patch of rock they had difficulty with, a hideous ghostly horror comes through.”
Released in 1958, The Trollenberg Terror is a British sci fi horror movie.
A new film has been released based on a book by Aberdeen University lecturer Alan Warner.
From the 28th of August until the 28th of September, the Loft Gallery in St. Margaret’s Hope will be showing artwork from Martin Laird’s upcoming animation ‘The Fairy Dance’.
Phantom From Space is an independently made black and white science fiction film.
“I saw that ‘The Girl Can’t Help It’ was on the ‘Talking Pictures’ channel on the telly, so recorded it to watch when we wanted something easy of an evening. “
Thunderbolt Fantasy is a Japanese-Taiwanese Puppet show
“I’ve talked about the Blob before. In Japan in 1958 there was a somewhat similar concept of a monster but brought to us by Toho (that’s the Godzilla people).”
Nephrite returns once again to continue my history of the world famous and yet mysterious Arsène Lupin III!