Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various earth monsters, including the werewolf Waldemar Daninsky, Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet, and the vampire Count de Meirhoff.
A singing cowboy falls foul of alien invaders and beautiful women from Venus.
The story concerns a shipwrecked group who discover natural wonders and a gold treasure on a dangerous island populated by dinosaurs and living seaweed. Terence Stamp is the bad guy. Supposedly the most expensive film made in Spain to that point, it has an admittedly strong genre cast including Peter Cushing, Paul Naschy, and Ian Sera.
A couple are forced to stay in a scary castle, and the castle is filled with monsters!
The film follows adventures of Little Red Riding Hood (Maria Gracia) and Tom Thumb (Cesaro Quezadas) and their friends, fighting against the wicked Witch Queen (Ofelia Guilmáin) and her band of monsters. The film starts at the meeting of the evil monsters in the castle in the Haunted Forest, heart of the Devil's dominion, during which the Vampire (Quintín Bulnes) accuses the Wolf (Manuel Valdés) and the Ogre (José Elías Moreno) of betraying the Witch Queen (La Reina Bruja, renamed Queen of Badness in the English dub), who orders them to ber executed. Their friend Stinky the Skunk (Santanón) however escapes and informs Little Red Riding Hood and Tom Thumb, who promise to help. Meanwhile, the Queen and her sister the Old Witch cast a terrible curse, turning villagers into monkeys and mice for trying to defy her magic. The rest of the story details the heroes' quest to conquer evil.
A professor and a vampire hunter join forces to destroy the murderous vampire Nostradamus and his minions.
Bruno Halder a sinister scientist seeking revenge against his brother and niece is resurrected by Waldo his faithful sidekick. Besides his minions of zombies Halder enlists the help of Wolfman, Franquestain, a Vampire, a Mummy and a Cyclops. Once again the survival of mankind is put in the hands of Santo
A very fun film dealing with the overweight comedian Capulina in yet another one of his many similar type of films. This particular film deals with Capulina trying to escape from the Mummy, Frankenstein, Dracula etc. and that is what the whole film is about: one malevolus cientific try to conquer the world using the legendary monsters, but he will need the fear of the people to give themn strenght and only one person is capable of give him enough power: Capulina.
Chabelo and Pepito are cousins and belong to a group of scouts. When hiking a farmer warns of the danger of a cave where a cursed treasure.
Countdown of the 10 worst monsters in the history of cinema.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters is a twelve-episode anime mini-series, serving as a spin-off to the second Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. The series, animated by Studio Gallop, was commissioned, produced, and edited by 4Kids Entertainment and aired on 4Kids TV in North America between September and November 2006. It is currently the only animated media in the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise to not see a release in Japan. Capsule Monsters is set between the Grand Championship and Dawn of the Duel story-arcs of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Capsule Monsters involves Yugi, Joey, Téa, Tristan, and Yugi's grandfather Solomon being pulled into a world where Duel Monsters are real. They find monster capsules that they can use to summon monsters. However, in this strange new world, they battle monsters and when their own monsters are attacked, they feel the pain.
Monsters is a syndicated horror anthology series which originally ran from 1988 to 1991 and reran on the Sci-Fi Channel during the 1990s. As of 2011, Monsters airs on NBC Universal's horror/suspense-themed cable channel Chiller in sporadic weekday marathons. In a similar vein to Tales from the Darkside, Monsters shared the same producer, and in some ways succeeded the show. It differed in some respects nonetheless. While Tales sometimes dabbled in stories of science fiction and fantasy, this series was more strictly horror. As the name implies, each episode of Monsters featured a different monster which the story concerned, from the animatronic puppet of a fictional children's television program to mutated, weapon-wielding lab rats. Similar to Tales, however, the stories in Monsters were rarely very straightforward action plots and often contained some ironic twist in which a character's conceit or greed would do him in, often with gruesome results. Adding to this was a sense of comedy often lost on horror productions which might in some instances lighten the audience's mood but in many cases added to the overall eeriness of the production.
Three young monsters — Ickis, Oblina and Krumm — attends an institute for monsters under a city dump and learn to frighten humans.
Groovie Goolies is an American animated television show that had its original run on network television between 1970 and 1972. Produced by Filmation, Groovie Goolies was a spinoff of Sabrina the Teenage Witch Show. Like most Saturday morning cartoons of the era, Groovie Goolies contained an adult laugh track.
MonsterQuest is an American television series that originally aired from October 31, 2007 to March 24, 2010 on the History channel. Produced by Whitewolf Entertainment, the program deals with the search for various cryptozoological creatures and paranormal entities reportedly witnessed around the world. A spin-off show, MysteryQuest, which focuses on unsolved mysteries, premiered on September 16, 2009. The purpose of the show is best described by the narrator, Stan Benard, in the introduction:
Extreme angler Jeremy Wade is on the hunt for fish with a taste for human flesh. This rip-roaring ride mixes action and adventure with mysteries, edge-of-the-seat chase and a battle of wills between man and nature.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters is a television anime series produced by Nihon Ad Systems and Studio Gallop, based on chapters 60-343 of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga written by Kazuki Takahashi. It is the second anime adaptation of the manga following the anime produced by Toei Animation, adapting the manga from where that series finished. The series revolves around a card duelist named Yugi Mutou, who faces various opponents in a game known as Duel Monsters. The series originally aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 2000 and September 2004, running for 224 episodes. An English-language adaptation by 4Kids Entertainment aired in North America between September 2001 and June 2006 on Kids' WB under the name Yu-Gi-Oh!, also releasing the series in various countries outside of Japan. Based on the success of the series, 4Kids also commissioned an animated film, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, and a mini-series, Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters. The series has spawned three main spin-off anime series; Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's and Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal.
In an alternative history Zod is Superman's father, Batman is a vampiric Man-Bat, and Wonder Woman is the child of Ares, God of War. When these dark heroes form an alliance, the question everyone asks is will they save the world, or rule it?
This documentary series tells the stories that have gripped imaginations for centuries and reveals the fascinating and unexpected history behind them.
Zoologist Nigel Marvin travels back in time to visit deadly creatures of the prehistoric oceans.
Brothers Johnny and Scotty find Sigmund, a sea monster, on the beach and bring him home to their clubhouse. They become fast friends, but when a monster hunter, Capt. Barnabas, finds out, the kids have to scramble to keep Sigmund hidden. Worse still, Sigmund's brothers Blurp and Slurp don't like humans. Against all odds, can they still have an endless summer of fun?