Project Shadowchaser II, also known as Shadowchaser II, Night Scenes: Project Shadowchaser II, Night Siege and Armed And Deadly, is a 1994 science fiction film by director John Eyres. It is the second installment in the Project Shadowchaser film series.
Velocity Trap is a 1997 film, directed by Phillip J. Roth.
Ultra Warrior, also known as Welcome to Oblivion, is a post-apocalyptic 1990 film directed by Augusto Tamayo San Román and Kevin Tent. Set in a futuristic dystopia, a nuclear holocaust creates mutants who inhabit the radioactive areas. One man emerges as the leader of a group of survivors called "Muties". The main character, portrayed by Dack Rambo, is looking for zirconium which is used to make bombs to prevent aliens from destroying Earth.
Mindwarp (released as Brain Slasher outside the USA) is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie, starring Bruce Campbell as Stover, Angus Scrimm as the Seer, Marta Martin (credited as "Marta Alicia") as Judy, Elizabeth Kent as Cornelia, and Wendy Sandow as Claude.
Conceiving Ada is a 1997 movie produced, written, and directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson. Produced by Lynn Hershman Leeson and Henry S. Rosenthal. Directors of Photography: Hiro Narita, Bill Zarchy
Spaced Invaders is a 1990 science fiction comedy directed by Patrick Read Johnson and starring Douglas Barr, Royal Dano and Ariana Richards.
Prototype, also known as Prototype X29A is a 1992 post-apocalyptic science fiction film.
Tycus is a 1998 direct-to-video movie starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Onorati, Finola Hughes, Alexander Cleir and others. It has been released in 2000, in the United Kingdom, France and the United States.
Gangster World (alternatively titled The Outsider for its video release) is a science-fiction TV movie released in 1998. It was about a futuristic theme park in which people interact with androids in violent (and sometimes sexual) gangster-style scenarios. The cast included Xavier Declie, Jerry Doyle, David Leisure and Stacey Williams. Despite the title, it is unconnected with the film WestWorld.
Omega Doom is a 1996 American science-fiction action film directed by Albert Pyun and starring Rutger Hauer. The story, set in a dystopian future, concerns a robot warrior who, during a nuclear winter, plays both sides of a robot civil war against each other in a small town. The film's plot and setting are heavily influenced by the film Yojimbo by Akira Kurosawa. It is considered a cult film.
Furia is a 1999 French romantic drama film directed by Alexandre Aja, who co-wrote screenplay with Grégory Levasseur, adapted from science fiction "Graffiti" by Julio Cortázar.
Robot Wars is a 1993 American science fiction film directed by Albert Band and written by Charles Band and Jackson Barr.
The Second Arrival is a 1998 American science fiction movie. It is the sequel to the 1996 movie The Arrival.
Syngenor is a 1990 B horror/science fiction movie that was a sequel to the 1980 film Scared to Death. The film was directed by George Elanjian Jr and written by Michael Carmody and Brent V. Friedman. It features David Gale, who also appeared in Re-Animator, as Carter Brown, and Kathryn Noble, who starred in The Delos Adventure, as a secretary.
The Borrower is a 1991 American science fiction horror film directed by John McNaughton. The film is about an alien serial killer, who is sent to Earth to live among humans as a form of penalty. It stars Rae Dawn Chong (daughter of actor/musician Tommy Chong), Tom Towles and Antonio Fargas.
Alien Cargo is a 1999 science fiction film starring Jason London, Missy Crider, Elizabeth Alexander and Alan Dale, where the crew of a space cargo transport ship is attacked by a mysterious alien biological life form that manipulates all organic life forms into showing their evil.
The Class of Nuke 'Em High 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid is a 1994 comedy, horror, science-fiction film directed by Eric Louzil and distributed by Troma Entertainment.
Doom Runners (1997) is an Australian science fiction television children's film.
A.P.E.X is a 1994 science fiction film by Phillip J. Roth about a group of scientists who explore the past using robotic probes known as the A.P.E.X or "Advanced Prototype Exploration units".
Gamera: Guardian of the Universe (ガメラ 大怪獣空中決戦, Gamera: Daikaijū Kuchu Kessen?, Gamera: Giant Monster Midair Battle), is a 1995 Science fiction Kaiju film directed by Shusuke Kaneko and written by Kazunori Itō. It is a reboot of the Gamera film franchise, taking the character and franchise in a much more serious and darker direction as opposed to the campy tone of the original films. Rather than aiming for a children audience, the film was aimed to target a more mature audience. It was a co-production of Hakuhodo, Daiei Film and Nippon Television, and was the first Gamera film not to be released by Daiei Film.
964 Pinocchio is a 1991 Japanese cyberpunk film from filmmaker Shozin Fukui. It deals with the theme of brain-modified sex slaves as well as mental breakdowns in a hallucinogenic thrill ride.
T-Force is a 1994 sci-fi film set in the near future about a group of law enforcement cyborgs, called "cybernauts" which, after being threatened with the shutdown, rebel against their superiors and the authorities.
Arcade is the title of a B-movie science fiction/horror film produced by Full Moon Entertainment and released in 1993. The film features heavy use of CGI, which was fully redone after the film was completed because the producer Charles Band and director Albert Pyun were not satisfied with the original end result. The VideoZone video magazine (a staple of Full Moon films during the 1990s) as well as some trailers showed footage from the original version of the film. As a rarity, the VideoZone featured on the Full Moon Classics DVD release of the film contains no footage of the released film's CGI, but only of the original, unreleased film's version.
Beastmaster 3: The Eye of Braxas is the 1996 sequel to the 1991 cult classic film Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time, starring Marc Singer.
The Wicked City (Chinese: 妖獸都市; Cantonese Yale: Yao shou du shi) is a 1992 science fiction film directed by Peter Mak and produced by Tsui Hark. It is a live-action film adaptation of the Japanese anime of the same name. The film stars Jacky Cheung, Leon Lai, Yuen Woo-ping, Roy Cheung, Tatsuya Nakadai, Michelle Reis, and Carman Lee. It tells fictional story of conflicts and relationship between demon-like creatures and humans in 1990s' Hong Kong.
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