Edgar G. Ulmer's low-budget sci-fi gem "The Man from Planet X" (1951) is set on the foggy Scottish moors, where an alien visitor lands in search of help for his freezing homeworld. But what he finds are attacks from the military and a scientist eager to capture and study him. Robert Clarke, Margaret Field, William Schallert star. Then, "The Angry Red Planet" (1959) follows an expedition to Mars, home of three-eyed aliens, giant bat/spider monsters, and strange, surrealistic landscapes. Imaginative use of limited special effects highlight this Ib Melchior film; Les Tremayne, Gerald Mohr star. A supersonic test pilot (Clarke) exploits gray areas in the Theory of Relativity to travel to and from mankind's bleak post-Apocalyptic future, encountering mutants, girls with names like petroleum by-products, and the decline of manly men, in Ulmer's "Beyond the Time Barrier" (1960). Finally, Preston Foster, Philip Carey, and Merry Anders are "The Time Travelers" (1964) who journey into the future to find Earth ravaged by war and hideous mutants. 5 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.