End of the World


A scientist discovers signals from space that appear to carry information concerning a series of seemingly unrelated natural disasters, occurring across the globe. Hoping to discover the source of these signals and who's behind them, the scientist and his wife set out on a trek to locate the intended recipient of the signals. What the couple eventually discovers is a small remote convent with occupants who are not really who they appear to be.

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Prof. Andrew Boran (Kirk Scott) is a research scientist who discovers strange radio signals in space that appear to originate from the Earth. The signals seem to predict natural disasters occurring around the globe.
When he and his wife (Sue Lyon) decide to investigate the source of the signals, they end up being held captive in a convent that's been infiltrated by aliens. These invaders plan to destroy the world with the natural disasters. As the human, Father Pergado and alien leader Zindar (Christopher Lee) explain - the Earth is a hotbed of disease that cannot be permitted to continue polluting the galaxy.


  • Christopher Lee as Father Pergado / Zindar
  • Sue Lyon as Sylvia Boran
  • Kirk Scott as Prof. Andrew Boran
  • Dean Jagger as Ray Collins
  • Lew Ayres as Cmdr. Joseph Beckerman
  • Macdonald Carey as John Davis
  • Liz Ross as Sister Patrizia
  • Jon Van Ness as Mr. Sanchez

Category:1977 films
Category:1970s science fiction films
Category:American science fiction films
Category:American disaster films
Category:English-language films

Charles Band

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