KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE
1988, Park Circus/MGM, 88 min, USA, Dir: Stephen Chiodo

In space, no one can eat ice cream. A group of clown-like extraterrestrials invades a small town to harvest its inhabitants; only a group of young people realizes that these clowns are no laughing matter. One of the most beloved ’80s cult films, filled with zany gags and chilling terror.


CONQUEST OF THE EARTH
1980, Universal, 96 min, USA, Dir: Barry Crane, Sidney Hayers, Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

Lorne Greene and the Battlestar fleet return to Earth only to discover that the planet is under imminent threat of virtual annihilation at the hands of attacking Cylons in this the third and final chapter in the '70s theatrical Galactica trilogy.


MISSION GALACTICA: THE CYLON ATTACK
1979, Universal, 108 min, USA, Dir: Vince Edwards, Christian I. Nyby II

Lloyd Bridges stars as Cmdr. Cain, the glory-seeking commander of Pegasus, a fellow Battlestar vessel. With designs on attacking a nearby Cylon Base World, Cain deviously lures a reluctant Cmdr. Adama (Lorne Greene) into all-out war with the Cylons, further sidetracking the fleet’s return to Earth, and leaving the Galactica leader near death. With Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict.


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