Public Domain Movies released in 1959

A mystery writer starts being menaced by a serial killer known as "The Bat" after renting a house with a million dollars hidden in its walls. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page. An MP4 of the movie can be found here.

After a local drunk shoots a monster in the swamp, people start disappearing... Find out more about this movie on it's IMDB page.

From IMDb: Benevolent aliens from the planet Emerald send superhero Starman to protect Earth from invasion by an evil alien race called the Spherions. When Starman arrives on Earth, he discovers a conspiracy involving Earth's top scientists, and he must root out the traitors and also stop the impending alien invasion.

Taken from IMDB: On an isolated island, a small group of people is terrorised by giant, voracious shrews in the midst of a hurricane.

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Aliens resurrect dead humans as zombies and vampires to stop human kind from creating the Solaranite (a sort of sun-driven bomb). - IMDB Description

A young alien (David Love) falls for a pretty teenage Earth girl (Dawn Anderson) and they team up to try to stop the plans of his invading cohorts.

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