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K11 - Humanoid Woman



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Every little thing she does is humanoid
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Stewart Copeland!


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For a movie that has an emotionally inept character, it still manages to be more intriguing than any M. Night Shamalyan film. That's impressive.


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Chris Gusta - 10 months ago

I liked it.


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Reading through these comments it seems like this movie is pretty divisive. Personally I really like it. It reminds me of how Joel describes Robot Monster, "it's cool in a kind of dark, surrealistic way." Actually, more than anything else, this movie makes me think of the original Tarkovsky version of "Solaris". It's like an extended fever dream put to film.


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Scott A. Taylor - 10 months ago

Jeez, these episodes were so badly made .. They totally lack energy, and direction. I mean in know these were the early years and all but .. Damn! They really had no screen presence at all. Thankfully season 2 picked up nicely with Kevin Murphy. It's just surprising to see Joel and company act so blandly here.


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Normal Person - 10 months ago

Anyone else actually like this movie? I ended up ignoring the riffs and just enjoyed the film for what it was. I really want to see the uncut/restored version now.


American Woman
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Donald Petkus - 10 months ago

I wish the riff on the title lasted longer. Humanoid woman stay away from me et cetera


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Jack Glastra - over 1 year ago

This was painful.


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Mbantuwe Kouasai - over 2 years ago

I'm not sure, but I feel like this is in the top five for most boring films ever riffed. No idea how a person could sit through it without Joel and the bots.


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Gordon Oxendine Jr. - over 2 years ago

One of my favorite movies to be given the treatment


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Elisa Farrington - over 2 years ago

'Bon, bon, bon, mahato bon....' Choppy but not too unbearable until they get to Dessa. Most annoyed by too many hairy moles and shots of Niya looking wide-eyed into the camera. Joel and the bots kept me sane.


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this actress is so hauntingly beautiful, but I cant find any info on her....Elena Metelkina or Yelena Metyolkina.


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MB - about 3 years ago

I got a kick out of the fact that they named the robot maid "Hazel".


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NS - over 3 years ago

Under different circumstances, I think "Go to the astra" could have been the companion piece to "Leave the Bronx."


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NS - over 3 years ago

The host segments may look familiar; most of them got recycled in Season 1.


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NS - over 3 years ago

This may be the strangest movie ever given the official MST3K treatment; it's certainly one of the most thoroughly butchered. Between its original theatrical release and the the making of this episode, "Humanoid Woman" has been


  • ...assembled from portions of two feature-length movies

  • ...translated from Russian to English

  • ...re-released as two feature-length movies with a new translation

  • ...handed over to Sandy Frank for the usual treatment

  • ...pared down by BBI to fit the KTMA timeslot.


Small wonder that the movie makes as much sense as it does; although parts of it would not, I suspect, make sense under any circumstances. Why create an army of androgynous Sinead O'Connoroids in the first place? Who decided to cast a thirty-eight-year-old actor as a teenage gymnast, and two women of roughly the same age as his mother and grandmother? What in the blue blazes is going on with everyone's hair?!