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I might as well put up Invaders from Mars as an answer because it actually features aliens living in underground tunnels and a boy going through a hole in the ground. The 1953 version is about a boy named David who witnesses a flying saucer landing in a sandpit behind his house; he later sees his young neighbor sucked into a hole in the sandpit. He manages ...


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I believe this may be the 1979 film The Visitor. This is the description of the film from Drafthouse Films, who currently has distribution rights: ... legendary Hollywood director/actor John Huston (The Maltese Falcon; Treasure Of The Sierra Madre) stars as an intergalactic warrior who joins a cosmic Christ figure in battle against a demonic ...


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The only old movie I know that has a homing knife is the Shadow: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111143/ Probably isn't what you are looking for though.


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Could it possibly be a dart instead of a knife, and it end up in a wall not a chair? Take a look at this scene from the movie Dune:


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That is definitely the first episode of the Lexx series, (1997-2002), even though the Wikipedia entry doesn't include a lot of the exposition. It started off as four 90-minute movies. The guy with the laser-cutter dragonfly was played by Barry Bostwick, of Rocky Horror fame. It's on Youtube.


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Sounds like The Fantastic Journey from 1977: The series concerns a family and their associates who charter a boat out into the Caribbean for a scientific expedition. After an encounter in the area of the Bermuda Triangle with an unnatural green cloud the group find themselves shipwrecked on a mysterious uncharted island from which they are unable to ...


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Gravitons are still purely hypothetical, so any statement about them can be true (or false). In physics mass and weight are two different things. Say if your mass is 70kg, then on earth on a scale you would weigh you in at 70kg, however, on the moon (less gravity) your weight will be less. The crucial difference between mass and weight is what is being ...



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