In a huge space arena, fighters from all over the galaxy come to battle each other in hopes of claiming victory. While most warriors are of various alien species, Steve Armstrong (Paul Satterfield) is a rarity -- a human who aspires to compete in the games. Training with his friend Shorty (Hamilton Camp) and encouraged by the lovely promoter Quinn (Claudia Christian), Steve has a shot at the intergalactic championship, but plenty of extraterrestrial brawlers are eager to take him down.
In a dystopian future, insurance fraud investigator William Gold (Tim Robbins) arrives in Shanghai to investigate a forgery ring for "papelles," futuristic passports that record people's identities and genetics. Gold falls for Maria Gonzalez (Samantha Morton), the woman in charge of the forgeries. After a passionate affair, Gold returns home, having named a coworker as the culprit. But when one of Gonzalez's customers is found dead, Gold is sent back to Shanghai to complete the investigation.
Although NASA scientists are claiming the unexpected eclipse and strange "hot hail" are nothing to worry about, Dr. Hans Zarkov (Topol) knows better, and takes football star Flash Gordon (Sam Jones) and travel agent Dale Arden (Melody Anderson) with him into space to rectify things. They land on planet Mongo, where the despot Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow) is attacking Earth out of pure boredom. With the help of a race of Hawkmen, Flash and the gang struggle to save their home planet.
Two years removed from a scandal that cost several lives, the Delos company has spent billions on safety updates and revamping their resort, Futureworld. Reporters Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda) and Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner) are sent to cover the reopening, but an insider leads the pair to believe the attraction is not what it seems. Feigning interest with Delos head Dr. Duffy (Arthur Hill), they try to get to the bottom of his nefarious agenda, which involves robots and human cloning.
IN THE YEAR 2889
Nuclear war devastates much of the world, but old man John Ramsey (Neil Fletcher) manages to survive, and he holes up on his rural property with his daughter, Joanna (Charla Doherty). Because John always believed in the inevitability of nuclear apocalypse, he'd prepared the house with plenty of provisions. Other survivors of the disaster start to show up at the house demanding refuge. John reluctantly lets them in, but there is much tension. Then the mutants appear.
JAWS OF SATAN
While being transported via train to a carnival, a king cobra is let out of its box by Satan, and it kills two railroad workers. The snake flees into the night, under the influence of demonic powers. It eventually heads toward a small Alabama town, ready to strike in the name of evil. Meanwhile, the town's Roman Catholic priest, the Rev. Tom Farrow (Fritz Weaver), discovers that his ancestor was none other than St. Patrick, who drove the snakes from Ireland. Now, Farrow must do the same.
In a not-too-distant dystopian future, when man's most precious resource -- oil -- has been depleted and the world plunged into war, famine and financial chaos, the last vestiges of the law in Australia attempt to restrain a vicious biker gang. Max (Mel Gibson), an officer with the Main Force Patrol, launches a personal vendetta against the gang when his wife (Joanne Samuel) and son are hunted down and murdered, leaving him with nothing but the instincts for survival and retribution.
The career of horror icon Paul Toombes (Vincent Price) ends in scandal when his fiancée dies under mysterious circumstances. Freed from the mental hospital where he had been committed, the recovered Toombes and screenwriter Herbert Flay (Peter Cushing) intend to revive his most popular character, Dr. Death, for a television series. But the dead bodies start piling up -- all of them killed in ways that mimic the victims in Toombes' films -- and to clear his name he must find the real killer.
MESSAGE FROM SPACE
The once thriving planet Jillucia is in trouble, under threat from an evil empire run by Rockseia XLL (Mikio Narita). So the peace-loving denizens look to the skies, sending out magical seeds meant to find protectors of the troubled world. Among those enlisted are the cocky pilot Aaron (Philip Casnoff), the well-to-do Meia (Peggy Lee Brennan) and the burned-out General Garuda (Vic Morrow). But the disparate crew will have to work together if they're to defeat Rockseia.
An unassuming teacher, Jefferson Reed (Robert Townsend) lives and works in an urban area plagued by a tough gang. When a falling meteor hits Jefferson, he discovers that he has gained numerous superpowers. Encouraged by his father (Robert Guillaume) and mother (Marla Gibbs), Jefferson sets out, somewhat awkwardly, to become a crime-fighting hero. While he manages to improve his community, he finds out that his powers aren't limitless, making his efforts more challenging.
Though well-meaning scientists thought they'd destroyed them all, a single gigantic, murderous "Judas Breed" cockroach, which is capable of taking on the shape of a human, is still on the loose. When the monster follows entomologist Remy Panos (Alix Koromzay) and kills her boyfriend, Jason Mundy (Brian Leckner), Remy becomes the prime suspect. Assigned to the case, detective Klaski (Bruno Campos) grows convinced of her innocence -- and soon joins forces with her to hunt down the creature.
MIMIC 3: SENTINEL
Marvin (Karl Geary), who is hypersensitive to germs, stays inside taking photos of his neighbors, including a suspicious figure he dubs "The Garbageman" (Lance Henriksen) and a pretty woman named Carmen (Rebecca Mader). He lives with his mother (Amanda Plummer) and sister, Rosy (Alexis Dziena), who spends time with the local drug dealer. When people begin to disappear, Marvin starts playing detective but he's soon in over his head when a mutant insect species known as the Judas Breed returns.
A team of scientists, led by Dr. Rick Torres (Kerwin Mathews), travels to Mexico to research radioactive material in the water. While there, they discover several octopi that appear to have a human mutation and take them back to the lab for more study. Their benign abduction awakens the parent octopus, however, endangering the lives of all the scientists. Octaman (Read Morgan), as he is called, employs several predatory methods, including strangulation and hypnosis.
Dr. Coldyron (Richard Gesswein), a pioneer of tactical robotics, is ordered by Cmdr. Buglar (Michael Hunter) to create a robot that can fight crime. Unbeknownst to Coldyron, Buglar is working with a greedy senator who plans to use the robot to secure his reelection. Coldyron and Dr. Steele (Jayne Smith) deliver the prototype on time. But, when it malfunctions and terrorizes an innocent motorist (James Cole) and his fiancée (Margaret Trigg), it's up to the scientists to stop it once and for all.
Nick Pirandello (James Belushi) is considered to be the best of the best among his colleagues at the CIA. So, when the agency loses its inside man on a top-secret mission, Nick is recruited to work with an everyday citizen, meek suburban dad Bob Wilson (John Ritter), who is the spitting image of the agent initially assigned to the case. Not only is Bob unaccustomed to the nature of dangerous CIA work, he also finds Nick's claims that the mission involves aliens a bit suspect.
Jonathan (Chris Klein) is the most popular player in the fastest and most extreme sport of all time: rollerball. Along with teammates Marcus (LL Cool J) and Aurora (Rebecca Romijn-Stamos), Jonathan is giving viewers what they want: visceral thrills, breakneck speed, and head-slamming action. Things go wrong when rollerball's creator, Petrovich (Jean Reno), realizes that serious on-court accidents bring higher ratings. Soon Jonathan and his friends are playing for their lives.
When numerous people go missing in a seaside resort town, reporter Ned Turner (John Huston) helps to uncover the reason -- a gigantic rampaging octopus. As the eight-legged monster continues to terrorize the coast, marine biologist Will Gleason (Bo Hopkins) attempts to devise a way to stop the octopus before more tourists fall victim to the creature. Meanwhile, it appears that a corporation headed by Mr. Whitehead (Henry Fonda) may be connected to the cephalopod's violent behavior.
THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT
Bowen Tyler (Doug McClure) is among a small group of survivors taken in by a German submarine after the vessel has sunk their ship. When a struggle ensues between the German officers and their captives, the U-boat, which is running out of fuel, ends up coming across an uncharted island. Unfortunately for the passengers and crew, dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures roam the land, and everyone must fight to survive the perils of the lost island.
THE PEOPLE THAT TIME FORGOT
When a message is found from lost explorer Bowen Tyler (Doug McClure) detailing a prehistoric world at the center of the Arctic Circle, fellow adventurer Ben McBride (Patrick Wayne) gets a newspaper to sponsor a search. The search takes McBride to the tropical oasis Tyler wrote about, the isle of Caprona, where he meets a feisty cavegirl named Ajor (Dana Gillespie). She explains that Tyler has been kidnapped by a warrior tribe called the Naga. Now it's up to McBride to rescue him.
THEATER OF BLOOD
Edward Lionheart (Vincent Price) is incensed that his last season of performances in Shakespearean plays did not win him a prestigious acting award from critics. After an unsuccessful attempt at suicide, Lionheart is rescued by a group of drug-addicted bums. He then sets out to murder all of his critics, each with a different style of death taken from a Shakespeare play. When Lionheart faces head critic Peregrine Devlin (Ian Hendry), he offers Devlin a second chance to bestow the award.
In this animated adventure, International Rescue scientist and inventor Brains (David Graham) creates a high-tech airship, dubbed Skyship One, designed to circle the world. On its maiden launch, villains hijack the aircraft and a fierce gun fight breaks out, endangering a group of Brains' I.R. colleagues who are on board, including beautiful secret agent Lady Penelope (Sylvia Anderson). The Skyship is left in dire straits, forcing Brains himself to join the rescue attempt.
THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO
In this puppet adventure, the crime fighters known as the International Rescue team, led by the heroic Jeff Tracy (Peter Dyneley) and his equally brave sons, are managing security during the launching of the first manned flight to Mars. Jeff and the boys foil some crooks who want to sabotage the mission, and the craft takes off successfully. But later, as the astronauts try to return to Earth, they encounter grave technical difficulties, and the Rescue team must fly into space to save them.