The tide of sci-fi offerings continued to rise in the midpoint of the decade. While most were low-budget efforts (very much in the 50s idiom), there were many re-releases of foreign sci-fi. Audiences were eager for more sci-fi. The previous market driver, (the Drive-In theater) was losing steam, but television stepping up.
The Human Duplicators Richard "Jaws" Kiel stars as Kolos, an alien sent to replace key earth people with obedient duplicates, as a preparation for invasion.
Mutiny in Outer Space A spreading space fungus threatens a space station. The unbalanced commander refuses to acknowledge the peril, prompting a mutiny.
Curse of the Fly A third installment in the Delambre saga. The transporter project still has its problems: mutants and rapid aging. Thankfully, no flies.
Crack in the World A scientist fires a nuke into the earth's core, hoping to provide limitless geo-thermal power. Instead, he causes a crack to grow, which could split the earth in two.
Monster A-Go-Go An astronaut disappears when his capsule lands. He has become a 9' tall radioactive monster. There is some small amount of dancing. The monster is tracked down and killed in tunnels beneath Chicago.
War Gods of the Deep One of the lesser of the Corman Poe-Cycle. Loosely based on a Poe poem, Vincent Price stars as the captain of men trapped in a time-immune city under the sea.
The Damned A British film from '63 about "special" radioactive children raised in a bunker world to rebuild mankind should WWIII occur.
Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet A mission to Venus. Dub of the soviet film Planeta Bur with minor new footage with Basil Rathbone and Faith Domergue.
Frankenstein meets the Spacemonster Not a story about the original Frankenstein, but an android astronaut who thwarts an alien invasion and fights their monster.
Village of the Giants Bert I. Gordon's loose adaptation (and very teen-ifiied) version of H.G. Wells' "Food of the Gods." Giant teen miscreants hold a town hostage.
Planet of the Vampires Mario Bava's artsy italian tale of Astronauts being taken over by energy beings intent on getting to earth.
Die Monster Die Loose adaptation of Lovecraft's "Colour out of Space." A rural gentleman keeps meteorite which he thinks will benefit mankind, but it actually drains life.
Spaceflight IC-1 A space ark with four married couples aboard, is sent to find Earth 2. Personalities clash. A showdown ensues. Two die.
Atragon English dub of 1063 Toho film about the flying submarine superweapon Atragon. It's reclusive owner must be convinced to use it to save Earth.
Evil Brain from Outer Space A set of Starman episodes cobbled together into a TV film. The brain of Balizar tries to prepare Earth for a Zemarian invasion.
Attack of the Eye Creatures Larry Buchanan's remake (almost direct copy) of the 1957 film "Invasion of the Saucer Men." Very low budget.
Wild Wild Planet First installment of the Gamma Quadrilogy. Dubbed from Italian. An evil doctor and corporation are stealing people and making clones.
Wizard of Mars Low-budget nod to "Wizard of Oz". Four astronauts trapped on Mars must find the secret to returning to Earth.
Space Probe Taurus A probe looking for a new earth is thrown off course. They find an earth-like planet, though some danger. Ship repaired, they return with the good news.
The Secret of the Telegian English dub of Toho's second "mutant" film (1960). A (supposedly) murdered WWII soldier uses a teleporter to take revenge on his killers.