Just took delivery today of It! The Terror From Beyond Space. Also currently awaiting delivery of It Came From Outer Space. This prompted me to have a check through my collection and I'm surprised at just how much 1950s SF I have accumulated on Blu-Ray. So far I've got: It Came From Outer Space Forbidden Planet The Day The Earth Stood Still The Creature From The Black Lagoon Revenge of the Creature The Incredible Shrinking Man Earth Vs The Flying Saucers Tarantula This Island Earth Them! The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms 20 Million Miles To Earth It Came From Beneath The Sea The Quatermass Xperiment Quatermass 2 X The Unknown Journey To The Centre Of The Earth Godzilla The Atomic Kid Invasion Of The Bodysnatchers The Fly The Invisible Boy On The Beach It! The Terror From Beyond Space The Man Who Could Cheat Death The Man In The White Suit And if we're interpreting the term science fiction in its strictest meaning we can add The Curse of Frankenstein and The Revenge of Frankenstein to the list. Like I say, I was thoroughly surprised to see how many of these I had accumulated "by stealth". However, still conspicuous by their absence on Blu Ray are two titles that I would have thought would be among the first to be released, namely The Thing (From Another World and War of The Worlds (I know the former is available on a Japanese Blu-Ray, but of questionable quality). I'd also love to see When Worlds Collide, Invaders From Mars and I Married A Monster From Outer Space get a release. A nicely restored release of the Japanese bizzarro entry The Mysterians would be most welcome too. There is however one little obscure gem that I'd love to see get a release and that is The Maze, a slice of spooky SF/horror weirdness that has only had an poor quality, public domain DVD release in Europe. Anyone else remember this one?