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First Men in the Moon - Region 1 DVD

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6 years, 4 months ago at Mar 9 21:03
One of my favourite all time films. The crazy mad scientist next door who develops a way to go to the moon using a metalic paste which cuts off the force of gravity. Being filmed in 1964 u can notice all the glitches, its fucking awesome!!! Two Thumbs Up

trip to the moon!

6 years, 2 months ago at May 12 23:20
i didn't suspect that this was more of a comedy than anything else. i also didn't expect the beginning; which, as we learn, is a second trip to the moon.

its on that second trip that the explorers find evidence that they were not in fact the first to be there. a flag and a note leads them to a man who proceeds to tell them the story of their trip. it is the first trip which tak... read more
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Description: H.G. Wells' fantastic account of life on the moon is vividly brought to the screen by special effects master Ray Harryhausen in this amazing sci-fi epic featuring unforgettable extra-terrestrial creatures. The film begins with a team of United Nations astronauts planning an upcoming moon mission. The astronauts are both confused and intrigued by a man (Judd) who claims he, his fiancee and a scientist journeyed to the moon 65 years ago and were attacked by "Selenites," grotesque, human-like ant forms that live in immense crystal caverns. Now it is up to the U.N. team to attempt a lunar landing that could be more horri ... (more)
Manufacturer: Sony Pictures
Release date: 26 March 2002
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 9780767859790 UPC: 043396058453
Tags: British (1), Sci-fi (1)
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