A BUCKET OF BLOOD
Nerdy Walter Paisley (Dick Miller), a maladroit busboy at a beatnik café who doesn't fit in with the cool scene around him, attempts to woo his beautiful co-worker, Carla (Barboura Morris), by making a bust of her. When his klutziness results in the death of his landlady's cat, he panics and hides its body under a layer of plaster. But when Carla and her friends enthuse over the resulting artwork, Walter decides to create some bigger and more elaborate pieces using the same artistic process.
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.
After falling into a lengthy coma following a freak accident involving hip gyration, a now aged Elvis Presley (Bruce Campbell) wakes up in an East Texas nursing home, where he befriends Jack (Ossie Davis), an African-American senior who claims to be President John F. Kennedy. After residents of their quiet retirement community start dying of dubiously unnatural causes, Elvis and Jack discover that the perpetrator is Bubba Ho-Tep (Bob Ivy), an Egyptian mummy with murderous intentions.
DR. GOLDFOOT AND THE BIKINI MACHINE
The dastardly Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) and his sidekick, Igor (Jack Mullaney), build a race of bikini-wearing beauties who are designed to win the hearts and fortunes of the most influential men of the world. Before long, the manufactured women begin to succeed, and Robot 11 (Susan Hart) is sent to coax multimillionaire Todd Armstrong (Dwayne Hickman) into handing over his wealth. Government spy Craig Gamble (Frankie Avalon) tracks down Robot 11, but even he isn't immune to her charms.
DR. GOLDFOOT AND THE GIRL BOMBS
The scheming Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) is determined to conquer the world yet again, this time by deploying a legion of explosive robots that happen to look like gorgeous women. Fortunately for the citizens of the globe, suave secret agent Bill Dexter (Fabian) is out to foil Goldfoot's plans, which involve kidnapping a prominent American general (also Price) who bears a striking resemblance to Goldfoot. Also getting in on the antics is inept aspiring spy Franco (Franco Franchi).
After Roxy Miller (Marilyn Manning) encounters enormous caveman Eegah (Richard Kiel) while driving down a remote California road, her writer father, Robert (William Watters), heads out to the desert to prove his daughter's claims are true. Once there, Robert is knocked unconscious and trapped in Eegah's cave, where he gains some insight into prehistoric life. But, when Roxy and her boyfriend, Tom (Arch Hall Jr.), come to rescue Robert, Eegah grows fond of the girl and refuses to let her leave.
EMPIRE OF THE ANTS
Con artist Marilyn Fryser (Joan Collins) has a steady and profitable racket. Along with an unscrupulous ship captain (Robert Lansing), she takes gullible investors on a cruise of the Everglades and persuades them to invest in a housing development that will never be. But when she and her latest group of suckers go ashore on a small island, they're horrified to discover that illegally dumped toxic waste has created a breed of giant ants set on human destruction.
Unsurprisingly, grumpy Southern chemical baron Jason Crockett (Ray Milland) is not terribly concerned with the environment. When Pickett Smith (Sam Elliott), a wildlife photographer in the area, stumbles upon the snakebitten corpse of Crockett's gardener, who was sent out to spray pesticide, he knows something is amiss. Smith attempts to warn Crockett and his family to postpone their Fourth of July celebrations as local animals begin behaving strangely, but Crockett stubbornly refuses.
Unhinged bumpkin Greely (Billy Thurman) has two companions: Bella (Annabelle MacAdams), a young woman he's kidnapped, and a huge monster that lives in a cave near his rural home. The monster typically eats animal flesh, but when strangers -- a vacationing couple, Norman (Corveth Ousterhouse) and Leilla (Shirley Bonne), and paleontologist Wayne (Tommy Kirk) -- wander onto his land, Greely fixes to give his bucktoothed buddy a human treat. Unless they escape, the four abductees will be supper.
Vincent Smith (Rory Calhoun) and his sister Ida (Nancy Parsons) run a rural hotel, but they earn most of their cash operating a food stand that specializes in world-famous sausages. After years of success, however, the duo's upstanding brother, Sheriff Bruce (Paul Linke), eventually discovers the grotesque details of his siblings' booming business: Vincent and Ida are actually plumping up their hotel patrons, killing and dismembering them and then grinding them into frankfurters.
PANIC IN YEAR ZERO
As the Baldwin family heads on vacation, their hometown of Los Angeles falls victim to a nuclear attack. Harry (Ray Milland), his wife, Ann (Jean Hagen), and their two teens head to their fishing retreat in the mountains, hoping to regroup and get more information. But they can't escape the frantic and irrational citizens, most of whom are dangerously deranged. Harry tries to stay calm during the nuclear-inspired end of days, but it's tempting to follow the masses' frenzied behavior.
The year is 2018 in a futuristic society where corporations have replaced countries. A violent futuristic game known as Rollerball is the recreational sport of the world, with teams representing various areas. One player, Jonathan E., fights for his personal freedom and threatens the corporate control.
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.
City slicker Mick (Don Scardino) makes his way to the swampy little town of Fly Creek, Ga., to see his girlfriend, Geri (Patricia Pearcy). After meeting up with her, Mick learns that the area has recently been ravaged by intense storms. More troubling is the appearance of large worms driven up through the soil by the downpours. But what Mick, Geri and the locals don't realize is that the electricity from downed power lines has caused the worms to go mad and develop a taste for human flesh.
After a comet disrupts the rain cycle of Earth, the planet has become a desolate, barren desert by the year 2033. With resources scarce, Kesslee (Malcolm McDowell) -- head of the powerful and evil Water & Power Corporation, the de facto government -- has taken control of the water supply. Unwilling to cower under Kesslee's tyrannical rule, a pair of outlaws known as Tank Girl (Lori Petty) and Jet Girl (Naomi Watts) rise up, joining the mysterious rebel Rippers to destroy the corrupt system.
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.
A killer called "the Bat" has claimed many lives in the small town inhabited by novelist Cornelia van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) and her maid, Lizzie (Lenita Lane). As Cornelia implores Dr. Malcolm Wells (Vincent Price) to help her ailing maid, $1 million in the town's bank goes missing. With greed and fear reaching new heights, police Lt. Andy Anderson (Gavin Gordon) goes to Cornelia's house to investigate additional murders committed by the Bat.
Recently widowed psychiatrist Cal Jamison (Martin Sheen) has just moved back to New York City with his young son, Chris (Harley Cross), in an attempt to start over after his wife's horrific accidental death. Cal takes an assignment helping the police with the investigation of a cult-like and bizarre ritualistic double murder. As Cal gets closer to the truth, he realizes that he and those close to him may be the target of supernatural and deadly forces, and that the enemy is closer than he knows.
THE BOY AND THE PIRATES
On the beach near his home, Jimmy (Charles Herbert) finds a bottle that contains a genie named Abu (Joseph Turkel), who magically transports him to the ship of the pirate Blackbeard (Murvyn Vye). Abu explains that the bottle must be returned to its original location in three days, or Jimmy will take the genie's place. The pair spend a few eventful days with Blackbeard, evading capture, accompanied by a girl (Susan Gordon) they rescue, but Jimmy begins to wonder if he'll ever get back home.
After transferring to a Los Angeles high school, Sarah (Robin Tunney) finds that her telekinetic gift appeals to a group of three wannabe witches, who happen to be seeking a fourth member for their rituals. Bonnie (Neve Campbell), Rochelle (Rachel True) and Nancy (Fairuza Balk), like Sarah herself, all have troubled backgrounds, which combined with their nascent powers lead to dangerous consequences. When a minor spell causes a fellow student to lose her hair, the girls grow power-mad.
THE DARK HALF
Thad Beaumont (Timothy Hutton) has had success writing novels under both his real name and his pseudonym, George Stark, which he uses to publish base thrillers. When word gets out that they are one and the same, the author holds a mock funeral for Stark. But after a rash of murders eerily similar to those in the Stark books, Thad and his wife, Liz (Amy Madigan), realize that Stark is real and responsible, and must work with local Sheriff Pangborn (Michael Rooker) to stop him.
THE GHOST IN THE INVISIBLE BIKINI
Hiram Stokely (Boris Karloff), a recently deceased man, discovers that he has only one day to enact a good deed in order to avoid eternal damnation. Hiram's scheming lawyer, Reginald Ripper (Basil Rathbone), is determined to get his fortune, and is willing to bump off potential heirs such as Chuck Phillips (Tommy Kirk) and Lili Morton (Deborah Walley) to achieve his goal. As Chuck, Lili and others have a lively pool party, Hiram recruits the ghost of his dead lover to help set things straight.
THE HAUNTED PALACE
Condemned warlock Joseph Curwen (Vincent Price) curses a New England village just before being burned alive. More than a century later, Curwen's kindly great-great grandson Charles Ward (also Price) arrives in town and moves into Curwen's old mansion. Caretaker Simon Orne (Lon Chaney Jr.) helps Charles and his wife Ann (Debra Paget) adjust to their new home. The ancient curse, however, takes hold of Joseph, awakening inside him a long-dormant evil passed on through blood.
THE KILLER SHREWS
Capt. Thorne Sherman (James Best) lands his ship on an isolated island to make a delivery, only to find that mad doctor Marlowe Craigis (Baruch Lumet) is experimenting on shrews there in an attempt to shrink them. The opposite happens, and the shrews become enormous and hungry for human flesh, leaving everyone on the island in peril, including the doctor's pretty daughter, Ann (Ingrid Goude), and her unappealing fiancé, Jerry (Ken Curtis). Thorne then tries to organize an escape plan.
THE LIVING GHOST
When wealthy banker Walter Craig (Gus Glassmire) disappears, former private eye Nick Trayne (James Dunn) comes out of retirement to find the missing man. As Nick gets to know the contentious Craig family, the rich man reappears, but someone has put him in an unresponsive, zombie-like state. Then a member of the family is found stabbed to death, with Walter standing over him. When Walter attacks Nick, it seems that the catatonic banker is the killer, but Nick thinks there is more to the mystery.
THE PHANTOM FROM 10,000 LEAGUES
When a postmortem finds that a murdered fisherman was exposed to unusual amounts of radiation, Dr. Ted Stevens (Kent Taylor) decides to investigate. Out looking for clues, he meets a young beauty named Lois (Cathy Downs), whose father, Professor King (Michael Whalen), runs a local marine biology lab. Ted discovers that the elder King's secret experiments with atomic energy have resulted in the creation of a murderous aquatic beast, and he must act fast to prevent more needless deaths.
Magician Erasmus Craven (Vincent Price) is still deeply depressed two years after the death of his beloved wife, Lenore (Hazel Court). One day, he's visited by Adolphus Bedlo (Peter Lorre), who has been transformed into a raven after losing a duel to Dr. Scarabus (Boris Karloff), an evil wizard. After Craven transforms Bedlo back into a human, Bedlo claims to have seen Lenore's ghost at Scarabus' castle, prompting the two to head to Scarabus' castle to seek Craven's lost love.
THE TOMB OF LIGEIA
Verden Fell (Vincent Price) is shattered after the death of his lovely wife. But, after an unexpected encounter with Lady Rowena Trevanion (Elizabeth Shepherd), Fell soon finds himself married again. Nevertheless, his late wife's spirit seems to hang over the dilapidated abbey that Fell shares with his new bride. Lady Rowena senses that something is amiss and, when she investigates, makes a horrifying discovery -- learning that Fell's dead wife is closer than she ever imagined possible.
THE TWO WORLDS OF JENNIE LOGAN
Hoping it will help them get over a rough patch in their marriage, Michael and Jennie Logan (Alan Feinstein, Lindsay Wagner) move into a classic Victorian home together. While digging around in the attic, Jennie finds a vintage dress that, when she puts it on, transports her back to the year 1899. There she meets David (Marc Singer), an artist for whom she develops strong feelings. She begins spending more and more time it the past as her husband eventually starts to doubt her sanity.