By default, movies are sorted by year in descending order.

Non-mad scientists work to foil the diabolical The Bat who builds a humanoid robot to fight the Aztec mummy so he can steal some cursed Aztec treasure.

Have rocket will travel
Have rocket will travel (1958)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

Three Stooges meet an intelligent robot on Venus.

Vertigo (1958)
A: 4.0 Q: 5.0 R: 4.0

James Stewart questions the nature of reality and has a clinical break. Also great locations in SF, which is important in cognitive science.

The classic giant-floating-evil-brain flick.

Invisible Boy, The
Invisible Boy, The (1957)
A: 2.3 Q: 4.3 R: 5.0

A supercomputer turns a mischievous child into a genious, so that he may carry-out the computer's plans for world domination.

Forbidden Planet
Forbidden Planet (1956)
A: 2.5 Q: 4.4 R: 3.6

A highly-intelligent alien race has been eradicated, leaving only its technology behind.

Brain Machine, The
Brain Machine, The (1955)
A: 1.0 Q: 1.7 R: 1.7

A woman is taken hostage by a gang of drug smugglers and subjected to a machine that reads brain waves and turns its subjects psychotic.

Gog (1954)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

An experimental laboratory is controlled by NOVAC, a powerful supercomputer, who seems to have murdered the scientists.

Donovan's Brain
Donovan's Brain (1953)
A: 1.7 Q: 3.7 R: 4.3

A scientist extracts a dead bad-guy's brain for research, but the brain begins to take control of the scientist.

The Idiot
The Idiot (1951)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

Kameda is afflicted with a seizure disorder that leaves him in a state of beatific innocence. Kurosawa adaptation of the Dostoyevsky novel.

Rashômon (1950)
A: 4.3 Q: 4.7 R: 4.1

Testimonies of 4 eyewitnesses to a rape and murder aren't in agreement.

Rope (1948)
A: 3.5 Q: 4.6 R: 4.1

Young sociopathic murderers struggle to appear "normal," but have difficulty with the apparently suggestive behavior of those around them.

The Snake Pit
The Snake Pit (1948)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

A woman finds herself in an insane asylum and cannot remember how she got there. Notable for raising public awareness about the state of mental institutions.

Spellbound (1945)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

A psychoanalyst protects the identity of a dissociative amnesia patient accused of murder while attempting to recover his memory

Gaslight (1944)
A: 2.3 Q: 5.0 R: 4.3

Charles Boyer tries to implant false memories in Ingrid Bergman.

Ludwig Frankenstein (the other son of Baron von Frankenstein) decides to cure the monster (Lon Chaney Jr) by doing a brain transplant with Ygor (Bela Lugosi).

Devil's Island
Devil's Island (1939)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

Boris Karloff is a neurosurgeon wrongly imprisoned for treason. He is asked to perform surgery on the corrupt warden's daughter.

A scientist has trouble investigating the origins of the mind and the soul.

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