The Mummy 1911

An electric current accidentally brings a female mummy back to life with decidedly romantic inclinations, much to the surprise of a young Egyptologist and his less than understanding fiancée. This film is presumed lost.

Grandfather's Pills 1908

A young woman sitting on a bench in the public park is annoyed by an old man sitting next to her and paying her persistent attention. Resenting this ridiculous flirtation, the young lady rises to leave, but the old man tries to stop her, so she pushes him down and is soon seen seeking more peaceful quarters. The old flirt, disgusted, starts reading his paper, when his attention is attracted by an advertisement of some wonderful pills. (Moving Picture World)

Seduction of a Cyborg 1994

"A poetic allegory about technology's invasion of the body and the destruction of the immune system, witnessing the pollution of history that drowns us." - Video Data Bank

The Day I Vanished 1959

After shooting himself with a mysterious syringe that renders him invisible, a man wreaks havoc on those unfortunate enough to have wandered into his domain. He-Man creator and genre auteur Don Glut pays tribute to H.G. Wells' creation with a series of sight gags and charmingly rough science-fiction wizardry. - Jackson Scarlett

The Phantom Creeps 1947

Feature version of the American movie serial of the same title, never exhibited in the USA though appearing as a 16mm home rental film in the 1960s and later seen on TV and from PD home video dealers.

Space Ninja: Sword of the Space Ark 1981

Sci-fi meets martial arts in this lively chronicle of a warrior pilot who returns to his native planet to find it controlled by a wicked tyrant Captain Kogar. He also finds his family has been slaughtered and so now it is up to him and his pals to kick the heck out of Kogar and return the planet to its rightful rulers. This film was assembled from episodes of the Japanese TV series, Message from Space: Galactic Warriors (which in itself was a spinoff from the feature Message from Space).