Killers from Space (1954)

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“Killers from Space” is a science fiction B-movie released in 1954, directed by W. Lee Wilder and starring Peter Graves as Dr. Douglas Martin, a nuclear scientist who is involved in a secret government project to test a new atomic bomb.

During the test, Martin’s plane crashes and he is presumed dead. However, he is later found alive and suffering from amnesia. As he tries to piece together what happened to him, he begins to experience strange visions of alien beings who seem to be controlling his actions.

With the help of a fellow scientist, Martin uncovers a plot by the aliens to invade Earth and take over the planet. The aliens, who are revealed to be from the planet Astron Delta, have been secretly using the atomic bomb tests to create a radiation shield that will allow them to survive on Earth.

Martin and his colleagues work to stop the aliens and destroy their radiation shield, culminating in a final showdown between Martin and the alien leader. In the end, the aliens are defeated and Martin regains his memory, but not before a thrilling battle between humans and extraterrestrial beings.

Overall, “Killers from Space” is a typical 1950s science fiction movie that plays on Cold War-era fears of nuclear annihilation and invasion by foreign powers. Despite its low budget and cheesy special effects, the film has become a cult classic among fans of vintage sci-fi cinema.

W. Lee Wilder

William Raynor, Myles Wilder

Peter Graves, James Seay, Steve Pendleton

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