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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Atom Age Classics: An Atomic-Powered Index Page


Last Updated: April 28, 2011

Atomic Horrors
Oh the humanity of it all. And the inhumanity.

B-Movies on the Brain
My brain hurts.

Forbidden Planet (Finally)
The Conclusion from Return of the C-57D post.

Go Go Godzilla
Featuring an interview with Chris Nigro of The Godzilla Saga website.

Magnus Robot Fighter
And then we went and wrote-out a Robot Fighter class for Labyrinth Lord...

N is for Nuclear Nightmares
Colossus: The Forbin Project, Doctor Strangelove and On The Beach...4000 pounds of plutonium and your own worst fears...

Plan Nine...Remake?!? Really?
Why?

Planet of the Vampires
A classic movie that you'll recognize from more modern movies that have been inspired enough to rip it off pay it homage without crediting it. Plus it features the best Italian leather space suits ever.

Return of the C-57D
Forbidden Planet. Continued in the Forbidden Planet (Finally) post.

Shambleau
C. L. Moore's classic story.

Slan
A man, a mutant, a mutant-man in natty pants who'll either save the world or destroy it because he's different.

Soylent Green
Have a seat, watch a movie--hey, anyone want a snack?

Space Viking
H. Beam Piper's classic tale of betrayal, revenge and something better out amidst the black void between the stars.

The Time Travelers (1964)
Adventures beyond the Time Window/Portal with three guys and a blonde centerfold in the midst of a radioactive wasteland crawling with malformed mutants, sex-doll androids and a shiny silver rocket that is supposed to take the scientifically superior bunker-people off to another world...or not.

The Time Tunnel: An Irwin Allen Megadungeon of Unspeakable Horrors
What lurks beneath the burning sands of some undisclosed desert--and why does this set-up look so much like Altair 4? Has the U.S. Government discovered a long lost Krell Complex on Earth? And why the hell are koalas scary?

Ultimate Warrior: Yul Brynner, Fighting Man
It isn't the most exciting movie, but it does present a post-apocalyptic setting that doesn't have nukes, radiation or mutants. Just the survivors of a wickedly infectious plague. And Yul Brynner.

2 comments:

  1. A run of great posts. I'm always really impressed the detail, and quality of the posts you guys turn out--on multiple blogs! The only difficulty is such an embarassment of riches makes it hard to keep up. :)

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  2. @Trey: We truly appreciate your kind words. Sometimes things can get lost in the jumble of stuff getting released/posted all within hours or minutes of one another. But that's okay. We are writing the majority of our posts as deliberately Asynchronous Resources that you can come back to anytime and now we're in the process of cleaning-up our links and navigation so that you can find more of the 'lost' or buried content that we've been building patiently for the last year or so--however long we've been doing this blog-stuff.

    Once the A-to-Z Challenge has run its course, and we have our own ABC linkathon completed, you'll start noticing the right sidebar getting populated with very specific links that will take you to Index Pages much like the Atom Age Classics one, but for all our various features and projects. This will help us to better gauge each of these sets of posts and determine if we wish to continue doing more of them, or if it was a nice experiment that we'll be done with for a while. Hopefully, this will make it far easier for folks like yourself to come dig through our backlist of posts and find interesting stuff, or maybe see what we have on a particular topic.

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