Midnite Movies: Chosen Survivors/Earth Dies Screaming

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/11/2007
  • UPC: 024543459682
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:12:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 38,990

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Chosen Survivors
1. Main Titles/The Shelter [5:45]
2. Survival Strategy [4:43]
3. The Major [3:06]
4. Thermonuclear War [3:33]
5. Coping [6:36]
6. Good Morning [1:31]
7. Dead Birds [2:36]
8. The Vampire Bat [4:23]
9. Bat Attack [7:08]
10. Drunken Rant [9:40]
11. Tests [3:58]
12. What Have You Done? [2:23]
13. Just an Experiment [6:11]
14. Five More Days [5:42]
15. Bat Trap [10:00]
16. Olympic Days [10:01]
17. The Rescue Button [3:40]
18. No Place to Hide [2:48]
19. Chosen Survivors [2:53]
20. End Titles [2:01]
Disc #2 -- The Earth Dies Screaming
1. Main Titles/Sudden Deaths [4:39]
2. Hostile Greeting [3:36]
3. Joining Forces [2:53]
4. More Survivors [3:41]
5. Aliens [1:23]
6. Mel and Lorna [1:17]
7. Taking up Arms [4:09]
8. Shared Circumstances [2:42]
9. A Week's Difference [1:02]
10. Surveillance [2:18]
11. The Walking Dead [3:50]
12. Dying Twice [2:29]
13. Assault [1:56]
14. Alien Encounter [3:25]
15. Pursued [3:21]
16. Important Information [4:06]
17. New Life [4:09]
18. Fighting Back [3:12]
19. Closing In [3:20]
20. Reunited/End Titles [1:24]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Chiller Sixties' Style

    &quot The Earth Dies Screaming&quot is a short, very watchable British sci-fi flick about robots who take over the world. True, the robots aren't very scary and indigestion will give you more nightmares than the human zombies streeling around with their exophthalmic white eyes, but it's a pretty intense movie, nonetheless. I liked the exciting scene where the lumbering zombies chase one of the surviving women into a house and she desperately tries to escape their clutches. This movie isn't as good as, say, &quot The Crawling Eye,&quot (another British sci-fi film) which was made some seven years earlier, but it has its moments and it has a similar feeling of dread throughout it. I never saw this movie on TV and I can't understand why not. It's much better than the average sci-fi flick and it's got a catchy title.

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