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  • Actors: Buster Crabbe, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr., David Janssen, Stacy Keach
  • Format: Box set, Black & White, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 24
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 28, 2007
  • Run Time: 7860 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000SBAVGY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,714 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

These 100 classic movies are sure to please Sci-Fi fans of all tastes and ages. Marvel at the transformation of The Wasp Woman. Fear for the survival of the planet when only a flying turtle, Gammera the Invincible, stands in the way of oblivion. Flee in terror at the emergence of The Snow Creature. Feel your skin crawl when you encounter the Horrors of Spider Island. Prepare yourself for an interplanetary cataclysm in Crash of the Moons. Journey to a primeval and dangerous land in Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet. Try and survive the carnage and mayhem in Destroy All Planets, Cosmos: War of the Planets and Killer from Space. Enter a new dimension of terror as the planet faces extinction in The Day the Sky Exploded, The Doomsday Machine, End of the World and Unknown World. Face alien threats in Alien Species, Embryo, The Manster and Attack from Space. Discover hideous creatures in Beast of the Yellow Night, Fury of the Wolf Man and Snowbeast.

Customer Reviews

I love classic B-rate Movies.
Brian E
Priced right, you won't be disappointed if you have to fast forward through one or two.
Silly Kitty
Not enough science fiction to call this a sci-fi collection!
Denise D. Simon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

194 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 24, 2007
Let's get the "down side" out of the way immediately:

Video quality on budget-priced DVD sets is not always suitable for hi-def or big screen TVs. These discs work best on standard size tube sets.
Audio levels from this manufacturer have in the past been somewhat low-- yet not unlistenable if you have a decent sound system.

And now the "up side":

A hundred unusual selections for 30 cents apiece!
Compact packages. Especially with MILL CREEK sets, thousands of movies can easily fit on a single shelf.
Lesser-known films and genuine obscurities-- great for avid collectors.
Months of entertainment in a single box.

The SCI-FI 100 MOVIE PACK doesn't offer anything not previously released by this manufacturer. It does however convienently bring together several genres of American, Japanese and European 'B' movies. Besides science fiction this set also contains horror, fantasy, swords & sandals and mystery films.

An example of a non-sci-fier would be "How Awful About Alan." This Aaron Spelling TV movie is more of a mystery-drama than anything else. It's the story of a man with psychosomatic blindness due to guilt over his father's death. Alan is convinced someone is trying to harm him, and he just may be right.

There's not room to comment on the other 99 movies here. You can see from the list below that this is an unusual gathering, to say the least.

Another mammoth MILL CREEK item is their HORROR 100 MOVIE PACK (24pc). It'll keep you screaming for many a full moon!

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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By D. Milburn on July 24, 2007
Per Mill Creek these 100 classic movies are sure to please Sci-Fi fans of all tastes and ages. Marvel at the transformation of The Wasp Woman. Fear for the survival of the planet when only a flying turtle, Gammera the Invincible, stands in the way of oblivion. Flee in terror at the emergence of The Snow Creature. Feel your skin crawl when you encounter the Horrors of Spider Island. Prepare yourself for an interplanetary cataclysm in Crash of the Moons. Journey to a primeval and dangerous land in Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet. Try and survive the carnage and mayhem in Destroy All Planets, Cosmos: War of the Planets and Killer from Space.

Enter a new dimension of terror as the planet faces extinction in The Day the Sky Exploded, The Doomsday Machine, End of the World and Unknown World. Face alien threats in Alien Species, Embryo, The Manster and Attack from Space. Discover hideous creatures in Beast of the Yellow Night, Fury of the Wolf Man and Snowbeast.

Included
1. Alien Contamination
2. Alien Species
3. All the Kind Strangers
4. Alpha Incident, The
5. Amazing Transparent Man, The
6. Assignment: Outer Space
7. Astral Factor, The
8. Atomic Brain, The
9. Atomic Rulers of the World
10. Attack From Space
11. Attack of the Monsters
12. Beast of the Yellow Night
13. Blood Tide
14. Brain Machine, The
15. Bride of the Gorilla
16. Cold Room, The
17. Colossus and the Amazon Queen
18. Cosmos: War of the Planets
19. Counterblast
20. Day the Sky Exploded, The
21. Death Warmed Up
22. Destroy All Planets
23. Disappearance of Flight 412, The
24. Doomsday Machine, The
25. Eegah
26. Embryo
27. End of the World, The
28. Eternal Evil
29.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By hb1148 on May 10, 2008
This collection would be more suitably named something other than "Sci-Fi Classics" None of the films here are classics in any sense of the word and many of them aren't even sci-fi, but the set does cover an awful lot of territory for a very reasonable price. There is everything here from an early silent movie to 1950's cold-war paranoia alien invasion films, and from Steve Reeves Hercules escapades all the way to Amazon warrior women and giant spiders. I've always been a fan of these kinds of movies and there are a few unexpected gems buried here. As someone mentioned, the transfer quality is iffy and sometimes truly horrible in that some of the films appear to have come from second or even third-generation VHS copies. Nevertheless I'm looking forward to spending the occasional Sunday afternoon with a bag full of popcorn happily viewing something from this rather eclectic collection.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Chapman on July 7, 2009
Its a real good collection of cheese fest sci-fi films for the B movie fan, but this collection is simply the "Sci-fi" 50 pack combined with the "Nightmare Worlds" 50 pack. Together they'll run you about $25. So save yourself about $15 and just get the two 50 packs separately.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Old and in the way on August 5, 2010
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Mill Creek Entertainment. If that doesn't tell you all you need to know, keep reading. These folks release large collections of low budget, low quality movies for very little money. Plus, the collection titles and package graphics are deliberately deceiving. However, if you're interested in forgotten movies from the bottom of the pond and/or want a whole bunch of movies for a few cents each, go for it. And, many of these movies will probably never be released in any other form. Who knows, you may even find a minor gem. But, if you think you're gonna get great, lost classics for a couple of bucks, it's time to wise up.

This collection of "Sci-Fi Classics" is extremely anemic in regard to actual classics. In fact, several of these films aren't even sci-fi, and many qualify only if the definition is stretched to the limit. The actual classics are the silent films, which are an acquired taste and definitely not for general audiences. But I bought this huge collection of oddities and curiosities, used, for less than $20 dollars (+S&H) and have no complaints. Some were good enough to actually be entertaining, some were laughably bad and several were simply boring. But, if you're up for this kind of thing, buy it used and enjoy.
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Is this one box or two boxes put together like the 100 horror.
You can get the two together. I got mine today from Target. They have a box with both 50 movie sci fi sets in them. Normally they are $19.99. They were on sale today, as they often are for $16.99!!!! So I would say save some money and see if your local Target has them.
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