During the Civil War, five condemned Southern prisoners are plucked off Death Row and promised pardons on the condition that they undertake a mission to head west and bring back a double-crossing Confederate spy who has a stagecoach full of Confederate gold.
The Yamano family lives in a remote area of Tokyo, Japan. With their father away on business, 19-year-old Koichi is left to look after his wheelchair-bound sister, Haruka, who has returned to Japan early after surviving a car accident whilst traveling in America.
There it is – Pacifica – a gleaming metropolis on the ocean floor. But the fabulous, futuristic city is seven hours away from doom as a giant asteroid hurtles toward a direct hit. Good thing an all-star cast of steel-nerved stalwarts – including Stuart Whitman, Robert Wagner, Richard Basehart, Joseph Cotton and boxing legend Sugar Ray Robinson – is on hand. From Irwin Allen, the beloved disaster movie impresario behind The Poseidon Adventure, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and The Towering Inferno, comes the over-the-top underwater adventure City Beneath the Sea. Submerge yourself in waves upon waves of screen excitement.
A dark and dramatic adaption of Edgar Allan Poe's classic story, Laurence Payne stars as Edgar Marsh, a shy and awkward librarian who becomes obsessed with his new neighbour Betty Clare. Despite Marsh's infatuation and determination to win her affections, Betty Clare falls for Marsh's close friend Carl Loomis, a charismatic man of the world. Discovering their affair, Marsh's obsession turns to murderous rage and he kills Loomis. Consumed with guilt Marsh's mind begins to crumble as the sound of Loomis's still-beating heart haunts his every waking hour.
Civilization has been obliterated and now a group of post-apocalyptic survivors must fight to survive in barren world of jungles, deserts and primeval wetlands. But as more of the remaining survivors are killed and attacked by genetically mutating beasts and a mysterious disease, a small, brave group must set out on a fateful journey to save humanity.
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