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Classic Sci-Fi Ultimate Collection 2 [Import]


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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Release Date: Sept. 6 2011
  • ASIN: B000VX9WB4

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Amazon.com: 37 reviews
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Questions for Universal Home Video March 5 2008
By Bruce Bertrand - Published on Amazon.com
I would hope someone at Universal reads these reviews in the name of good customer service. Overall this a great set, fantastic restorations and a reasonable price!

But as so many others have written, why make it so difficult to obtain? Would you rather have the vultures drawing huge profits off of YOUR product?! I can't even find these sets on the Universal Home Video website!

Also, what's with the formatting of "The Deadly Mantis"? It is the only late 50's film that's not presented as matted widescreen, yet it is not truly full-frame! It appears to be a pan-and-scan of a matted widescreen master! For those who have the VHS of this film, compare a few shots and you'll see. As this film was run on Monsters HD, I'm guessing the DVD was made from the HD master. So why crop it rather than presenting it as 16:9 like "Cult of the Cobra" and "The Leech Woman". Some may call this OCD, but as someone with both filmmaking and film exhibition experience I notice these things.

Now that the HD DVD battle is over, will Universal be releasing in Blu-Ray and will these titles eventually be included?
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Good Collection April 24 2008
By Anthony J. Adam - Published on Amazon.com
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Ok, these flicks are not up to the level of EARTH VERSUS THE FLYING SAUCERS or THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (or THEM!, for that matter), but it's a fun collection of Grade B and Below features that will entertain any sci-fi/horror buff. I bought the collection for primarily to own THE LEECH WOMAN, with Colleen Gray and Grant Williams, but it's good to have a copy of the occasionally weird DR. CYCLOPS on hand also. The pictures are very crisp, but it would have been nice to have a few extra added attractions.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Purchase from Best Buy now for $17.99! Oct. 13 2007
By Joe NY - Published on Amazon.com
Good basic set. Nice transfers, good sound. Some trailers, but no other extras. Limited edition exclusive through Best Buy where I purchased my copy for $17.99. If interested, buy now before greedy scalpers take over with ridiculus pricing!

Perhaps one day when MCA/Universal smarts up, they will place these and their other classsic sci-fi movies in a deluxe box set with plenty of extras, but until then, this set will do.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
AWESOME `50'S SCI-FI CAMP CLASSICS!! VOLUME 2! Sept. 24 2007
By Forrest C. Hopson - Published on Amazon.com
Dr. Cyclops (1940)
The brilliant physicist Dr Thorkel (Albert Dekkar) summons four explorers to Peru. They discover a rich source of radium and a half-mad Thorkel who shrinks them down to one-fifth their normal size when they threaten to stop his unorthodox experimentation.

Cult of the Cobra (1955)
While stationed in Asia, six American GIs witness the secret ritual of Lamians (worshipers of women who can change into serpents). When discovered by the cult, the High Lamian Priest vows that "the Cobra Goddess will avenge herself". Once back in the United States, a mysterious woman enters into their lives and accidents begin to happen. The shadow of a cobra is seen just before each death.

The Land Unknown (1957)
On a naval expedition to Antarctica, three men and reporter Maggie Hathaway (Shirley Patterson) crash-land in a crater 1000-m below sea level. There, they encounter steamy tropical forest, dinosaurs, carnivorous plants, and human footprints, as Maggie's clothes become more and more abbreviated.

The Deadly Mantis (1957)
The calving of an Arctic iceberg releases a giant praying mantis, trapped in suspended animation since prehistoric times. It first attacks military outposts to eat their occupants, then makes its way to the warmer latitudes of Washington and New York. A paleontologist (William Hopper) works together with military units to try to kill it.

The Leech Woman (1960)
A faded beauty (Coleen Gray) leaves a trail of murder from Africa to the United States when she discovers a compound that will restore her lost youth--when consumed with fluid from the pineal gland of the newly dead! I've been waiting for this Saturday Afternoon Matinee favorite for years! Seeing this on the Saturday afternoon's "Shock! Theater" which aired a different classic Sci-Fi/Horror movie each weekend, I never forgot the cool scene where the old woman is transformed from a decrepit hag to a ravishing beauty!

Grab some snacks! Get comfortable and kick back for some cool `50's sci-fi b-movie classics that will give you a few chills and more than a few chuckles! I highly recommend this dvd collection to fans of classic sci-fi and `50's camp! I recently just got my dvd set from Best Buy for only $19.99! Check it out! You may still be able to get this awesome set for just under $20.00 bucks before the inventory runs out!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
ANOTHER ENJOYABLE SET..... Nov. 19 2007
By Mark Norvell - Published on Amazon.com
The Best Buys where I live were not sold out when I discovered this new set was out. Yesterday. They had several in stock. And while I also agree that Universal could've packaged these little nuggets in individual units to protect the discs better, I'm also thankful they're even out at all. No one shows these old gems on TV anymore. I cut my teeth on these flicks growing up and it's thanks to them that I learned to appreciate the sci-fi/horror genres. It's wonderful to be able to pop one in when I'm in the mood for some old time b&w fun (although "Dr.Cyclops" is in Technicolor). The only real classic here is the 1940 "Dr.Cyclops" but "The Leech Woman" with Coleen Gray going full blast is almost worth buying the set for. I will be watching more closely now for volume 3. There's more good stuff from that era waiting to be appreciated again. Enjoy.

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