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Personal logo flooglestreet Supporting Member of TMP29 Nov 2012 12:07 p.m. PST

Where do I find Italian SF on DVD PDQ? I will need them dubbed in english or with subtitles. Also, this is a new area of SF to me, who does what?

Frothers Did It And Ran Away29 Nov 2012 1:46 p.m. PST

In my opinion Italian SF begins and ends with Druuna.

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP29 Nov 2012 2:52 p.m. PST

What do you need in Italian?
Here you had a link

link

link

For translation you can used.
translate.google.com/#it/en

Hope it's helps.

Amicalement
Armand

Space Monkey Inactive Member29 Nov 2012 3:19 p.m. PST

I think Barbarella is still streaming on Netflix… and maybe Starcrash as well as Planet Of The Vampires and Battle Of The Worlds.
I think The Green Slime and Wild, Wild Planet qualify as well… though they might be Spanish.
Some of those are on YouTube.
I'd look at Spanish scifi as well because I think there is a lot of cross-breeding of styles there (I know there is for horror films).

What are you doing with Italian Scifi?
The visual style and bizarre storylines are what appeal to me… there's generally a bit more sex as well. Actually, Lost In Space had a lot of the same feel to it (minus the sex).

Chief Lackey Rich Supporting Member of TMP Fezian29 Nov 2012 3:42 p.m. PST

I think Barbarella is still streaming on Netflix… and maybe Starcrash as well as Planet Of The Vampires and Battle Of The Worlds.

All three are on YouTube. Green Slime was for months, but got nuked recently, and it's Japanese anyway. You can also find Snow Devils there without much effort one of the other Gamma-One films.

Space Monkey Inactive Member29 Nov 2012 6:20 p.m. PST

The Green Slime doesn't strike me as being overtly Japanese. Despite being made in Japan by a Japanese director and cinematographer it shares a chunk of DNA with the Gamma I movies as well (same producers, writers, space station model)… so I always lump it in with those.

Planet On The Prowl is one I'd particularly like to see since I only saw it once upon a time as a kid.

Personal logo flooglestreet Supporting Member of TMP29 Nov 2012 8:18 p.m. PST

What are the Gamma 1 movies. I own Barbarella, Green Slime and Planet of the Vampires. I want to buy more for my collection.

Space Monkey Inactive Member29 Nov 2012 11:40 p.m. PST

These sites give a bit of an overview of the Gamma I series:
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link

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