During WWI pretty German master spy Helene von Lorbeer is sent undercover to London to live with the family of a high-placed British official where she is to rendezvous with the butler Valdar, also a spy, and help him transmit secret war plans back to Germany.
Vincent Price plays, a desperate and lonely man who’s left alone in an apocalyptic world,
When a disease turns all of humanity into the living dead, Dr. Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) is the last man left on earth. He has no choice but to become a reluctant vampire hunter. A thought-provoking, creepy classic.
When the grandson of a gun wielding woman is murdered by neo-nazi surf punks in the post-apocalyptic future, this grandma hunts them down for some bloodthirsty revenge-IMDb. Directed by Peter George. Starring Gail Neely, Robert Harden and Barry Brenner.
Alan Smithee Presents:
Jesus Conquers the Zombie NAZIs from Outer Space in the Year 3000: The Musical
A One-Act Rock Opera In Two Acts by John Reynolds
[An adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Henry III]
Directed by — Alan Smithee
Musical Director — John Reynolds
Stage Manager — Lucas Lilliholm
Costume Designer — John Reynolds
Set Designer — Lucas Lilliholm
Light & Sound Technician — John Reynolds
(In Order of Moral Superiority)
Jesus — Brett Johnson
Zarphod — Colin O’Brien-Lux
Zach — Reider Larsen
Lisa — Julie Alexander
Steve/Zombie/Disciple/Narrator — Chris Sawtelle
Alpha/Zombie/Disciple — Joey Bertran
Bravo/Zombie/Disciple — Sam Gibbs
Charlie/Zombie/Disciple — Nicholas Tubbs
Delta/Disciple– Lucas Lilliholm
Star Wreck III continues Pirk’s fumbling voyages. Our heroes are sent to explore a possible Romuclan attack plan on a backwater space station, and of course all hell breaks loose again. Pirk now commands a brand new starship, thanks to an accident (Mr Fukov) that wiped out the old Potkustart in Star Wreck II… Again, some improvements in graphics, a more complicated storyline and lots of new, tasteless humor.