6:30 PM: Zero Hour!
(1957): Not SF, but of interest anyway, since it's the film that Airplane!
was a spoof/semi-remake of.
5:39 AM: 2010: The Odyssey Continues
('84): 20-minute making-of short about 2010
7:30 AM: Hercules, Samson & Ulysses
('63): Italian sword-and-sandal movie -- part of the same series as the Steve Reeves Hercules, but with Kirk Morris in the role this time.
9:00 AM: Terror of Rome Against the Son of Hercules
('64): Actually part of the Italian Maciste series, with the hero's name changed in translation.
1:30 PM: The Blob
3:00 PM: Clash of the Titans
('81): Harryhausen's last film!
3:45 AM: Children of the Damned
('64): Indirect "thematic" sequel to Village of the Damned
, about alien children with weird powers
8:00 PM: The Incredible Shrinking Man
9:30 PM: The Devil Doll
('36): Mad scientist Lionel Barrymore shrinks people to do his bidding.
11:00 PM: A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King
12:00 AM: The Thief of Bagdad
('24): Silent Douglas Fairbanks take on Arabian Nights.
4:15 AM: X the Unknown
('56): Hammer horror about radioactive mud monster. Originally intended as a Professor Quatermass film, so in much the same vein.
THU 7/11-FRI 7/12: Ray Harryhausen memorial marathon:
8:00 PM: Jason and the Argonauts
10:00 PM: The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
12:00 AM: Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
2:00 AM: Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
3:30 AM: The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
('53): The film that launched both Harryhausen's career as a solo animator and the entire giant-monster genre.
2:00 AM: The House of Seven Corpses
('74): Haunted-house horror.
3:30 AM: The Haunting
10:15 PM: Siren of Bagdad
('53): "Arabian" fantasy-comedy with Paul Henreid & Hans Conreid.
2:45 AM: Thief of Damascus
('52): An earlier Arabian Nights pastiche/mashup/comedy from same producer.
8:00 PM: 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
('64): George Pal film with Tony Randall.
12:00 PM: The Mummy
('59): Start of Hammer's Mummy series, w/ Cushing & Lee.
2:00 AM: The Thing that Couldn't Die
('58): Severed-head horror.
3:15 AM: The Brain that Wouldn't Die
('62): Ditto. Seen on Mystery Science Theater 3000
10:00 PM: Between Two Worlds
('44): Cruise ship to the afterlife.
2:00 AM: Young Frankenstein
('74): Mel Brooks classic.
11:15 AM: Dead Men Walk
('43): Vampire movie.
12:00 PM: The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb
('64): Hammer horror, but no Cushing or Lee in sight.
2:00 AM: Ugetsu Monogatari
('53): Japanese period ghost story based on a literary classic.
3:30 AM: Fail-Safe
('64) Alt-history nuclear-war drama.
10:00 AM: The Thief of Bagdad
('40): Famous remake of the silent version from earlier in the month.
Some good stuff this month!