Classic Sci-Fi Double Feature

  • Welcome to the sci-fi double feature film page. 
  • On this page I’ll be featuring a double feature of classic science fiction films for you to view and enjoy. 
  • Keep visiting the page as a different double feature will appear each week or two. 
  • There will also be links to any posts that might be on this blog about the films.

In this double-feature session, we’ll be taking off for other worlds, but as is often the case, things never go completely according to plan!

Rocketship X-M (1950)

Astronauts take off on a mission to explore the moon, but a malfunction and fuel calculation errors result in their space craft landing instead on Mars. On Mars, they find evidence of an advanced civilization that was destroyed by an atomic war. They also discover that the Martian survivors have reverted to a primitive existence.

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First Spaceship on Venus (1960)

An international team of astronauts embarks on a mission to investigate the origins of an alien artifact (a mysterious magnetic spool) that was discovered on Earth and was found to have come from Venus. What will they find on Venus?

(There’s still a lot to recommend this film despite the fiddling that was done to it in this US butchered version!)

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Previously Featured Sci-Fi films

Alien Invasions, Visitations & Infestations

Attack from Space (1965)

Spacemaster X-7 (1958)

Battle of the Worlds (1961)

Teenagers from Outer Space (1959)

Mutiny in Outer Space (1965)

This Island Earth (1955)

The Day Time Ended (1980)

Invaders From Space (1965)

Cosmos War of the Planets (1977)

Miniaturisations & Supersizings

Attack of the Puppet People (1958)

Other Worlds

Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)

Phantom From Space (1953)

The Phantom Planet (1961)

Threats From Without

Assignment: Outer Space (Space Men) (1960)

War Between The Planets (1966)

Threats From Within

Night the World Exploded (1957)

Alien Contact

Red Planet Mars (1952)

Human Experiments Gone Wrong

The Fly (1958)