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418 - Attack of the the Eye Creatures



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Robert Brown - 18 days ago

So I'm carrying a passel of observations here.

This is one of the very few experiments I saw before I saw them on MST. I remembered it because of the "smoochers get off my propity" guy. But...how could I forget that hair-do? My god, it's extraterrestrial! A stealth alien escaping discovery in the general bedlam. Wow!

The police sergeant who answers the phone? It has to be a much younger version of the mean sheriff in "Squirm." I never noticed the resemblance before but I just watched "Squirm" a few days ago, so his smuggery is fresh in my mind.

Also, kudos on the RIck roll!


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Lewis Nitzberg - 25 days ago

This is also probably the most realistic depiction of night I've seen in any movie.
You know, how it seamlessly transitions between light and dark almost at random? Like, you'll go to sleep and it's dark, and then you blink and it's light again, so you turn around and it goes all dark, and then you go downstairs for a glass of milk and it's light again, but by the time you get back into bed it's dark....
Yeah.


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Lewis Nitzberg - 26 days ago

Yet another movie that could have been easily avoided with a simple camera-phone.
Damn it The 50's, why couldn't you have been more technologically advanced?!


Who does that?
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Valerie Godwin - about 1 month ago

Who knew a hairstyle could be SO ANNOYING!!!????? I was transfixed and nauseous just looking at that...that...thing. What IS that?


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MSTeacher3K - about 1 month ago

The smug, dry-humored boyfriend in this movie is played by John Ashley, who's also the "star" of the Rifftrax feature "Beast of the Yellow Night".


The the 9th Limerick
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NS - 3 months ago

The the government watchdogs sit idle
While doughy white passion unbridled
Meets an unearthly mess
In a striped night-dress
And no one proofreads the the title.


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stephen g - 3 months ago

Anybody who watches this movie and makes out in their cars will have to get a side-beam light.


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Holy shit. The creepy, pervy radar watchers? The thin one on the left is none other than Fingers O'Toole, the pratfalling insurance investigator fom Catalina Caper. And I'm pretty sure the bald officer was Lawrence, the Crayola hat guy from the same.


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Scott A. Taylor - 3 months ago

It has to be said that 'Red Zone Cuba' was slightly! less stupid than this film! I mean what the f*** is with the Day for day shots .. and that they thought somehow everyone would think it was night time??

And teenagers .. in their late 20's??

Why the hell is the lead 'teenager' so boring you'd think he's going to spring (slowly) in to a lecture on economics at any moment!! Oh boy this film is just dumb, dumb, DUMB!!!

The TRULY f***ed up thing about it ... is that it's probably more enjoyable to watch than any given Marvel, or Hollywood film :P Cos as much as you can hate this movie .. at least it's unpopular too. Only weird people like us lot would actually watch this crap!

A terrible movie .. saved by the skilful riffing of Joel and the bots. Makes you wonder if the director of the piece of sh*t knew that in the future there'd be this TV show that would have a lot of fun at their expense .. and they figured what the hell .. lets give 'em all the riff fodder we can.

I don't think there's any other explanation .. other than 'they just DIDN'T care!!'


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Kyle Shepherd - 4 months ago

Dan Rudy is right defiantly the first Rick-roll. those Minnesotans are so ahead of their time don't cha' know.


Crayola Hat Caper
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Sabrina Domingues - 4 months ago

Is the bald fat guy with the glasses the same guy with the Crayola hat in Catalina Caper?


Ethan Allen
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Eileen Fay - 4 months ago

Was it on purpose that the Mads used Ethan Allen (old woodworker/furniture guy) in their opening, and then an actor had same name?


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This film looks like it was shot through a dirty window.


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jayjay cajun - 7 months ago

This was the first episode I ever saw. Then I was hooked. Addiction...it's not always a bad thing!


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Is the crazy old man talking to Sarah the Phone Operator from Mayberry? i'm a little surprised Joel and the Bots missed a chance to riff on that...


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Sean Barry - 9 months ago

Movie: "What if we turn ourselves in to the Police?"
Servo: "Well then we'll be the Police and we can let ourselves go!"

I love those sneaky riffs.


attack of the more-than-two-eyed creatures!
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Sean Barry - 9 months ago

Humans have eyes, aren't we eye creatures too? Just saying...


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Sean Barry - 9 months ago

"Hey the attack hasn't really happened yet.."
"Yeah it's been the Minor Vandalism of the Eye Creatures."


big brotha be watchin'
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Sean Barry - 9 months ago

14:15 It's the NSA!


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Teri Gee - 10 months ago

Many prominent American woodworkers have...well...
...died.
Yes, they're dead. Not meant as a criticism, but they're dead.

For some reason, this invention exchange is extremely entertaining to me.


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minerman - 10 months ago

They just didn't care.


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I always snort derisively when Hair Girl's father comes in and calls Stan a roughneck. Ha, right, on what planet?


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Tom Nathe - 11 months ago

The flying saucer clip used came from "Invaders From Mars" (1953). Which has some pretty scary nightmare fuel for young kids.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045917/


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James Hinson - about 1 year ago

Man, this version of X-Com, err, I-Com, is very creepy and incompetent.


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Tanishia Williams - about 1 year ago

Oh, I wonder where that door is...oh, door! Not exactly Alcatraz, is it? That's hilarious!


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Austin Strong - about 1 year ago

More like Attack of the Rye Creatures.


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16:19-16:49-- funny, funny "EEEwW" bit...can't stop giggling!


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Desiree Ashcraft - about 1 year ago

What's with the egg sac on her head? The '60's were a truly weird time!


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Elisa Farrington - over 1 year ago

Frank Sinatra's crooning is much appreciated!
♪ ♫ She gets too hungry for ♪ ♫ dinner at 8....


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Elisa Farrington - over 1 year ago

If I hit a monster with my car in the middle of the woods at night I don't think I would stop to have a conversation.


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Kim Spence Dean - over 1 year ago

Trace says, "Again with the finger!" a lot, and it is funny every single time.


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James Krummel - over 1 year ago

The dialogue in this movie is just... wow. Boggles the mind, I tell ya. This was custom made for the MST3K crew. Believe that. lol


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Nate Elliott - over 1 year ago

I think we just witnessed the first "RickRoll" around 18:00


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 1 year ago

"Don't you SEE? Those aliens wanted to frame us for murdering that guy, because... um, maybe they've already got two strikes against them! Or something."


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Crypto Dentist - over 1 year ago

Not only does this film feature nearly-harmless monsters anyone could easily outrun (the worst offender still has to be The Creeping Terror), it takes the surly sheriff trope to a new low: the police won't come to citizens' aid when called, or even come to arrest them for criminal acts!


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Joseph Ewing - over 1 year ago

Whether they meant to or not, I'm so glad 99.9% of the jokes aren't topical. This show is just as funny, and the riffs are always relevant even twenty years later.


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David - over 1 year ago

Look and listen to the guy in the diner (black hair on the left) at 18:35. It's none other than Jody "Critter Jones" Daniels ! Girl in Gold Boots was made three years later but that voice is unmistakable. Especially the way he exagerates the 'wh' at the beginning of words.


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Bronn K - over 1 year ago

I didn't realize until now that this was listed as "Attack of the The Eye Creatures." Nicely done.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

ATTENTION: The United States Air Force would like to express that the Air Force personnel depicted in this film eavesdropping on the amorous activities of American teenagers no longer represents active USAF policy. The operation known as “Project Lewd Look” (no relation to Project Blue Book) was officially terminated in December 1969 and concluded: “No make-out session reported, investigated and evaluated by the Air Force was ever an indication of threat to our national security.” Nothing was ever seen, officially.

Well, I did see a little something, and one time, if you turned your head just right, I swear you could see everything! Oh, man! Er, um, that is to say, I what likely saw was civilian aircraft, flares, or natural atmospheric phenomena, officially.


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Jenica Burgos - over 1 year ago

Seeing that oily guy loll around in his filthy bed and teen girl's nightshirt makes me feel guilty about ever needing to sleep.


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Jeffrey Masello - over 1 year ago

This is my favorite invention exchange, epic fax gag.


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Bobbin Threadbare - over 1 year ago

I, too, feel the need to apologize on behalf of the entire male gender, and I would gladly defect to the the eye creatures if the opportunity presented itself.


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Frank's face @ 04:16=Precious!!!


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Cindy - over 1 year ago

OMG! This was a remake of "Invasion of the Saucer Men"!!!


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Richard Deakin - over 1 year ago

Like the 2 The's in the main title lol


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Rebecca Richards - almost 2 years ago

Wow, was this the ONLY Larry Buchanan film on this show? Kind of amazing considering his considerable output....of crap, but still.


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glenn-s - about 2 years ago

The unspoken language of bald men


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Kelly Slane - about 2 years ago

Is it just me or does the young hero have the most annoying voice ever?? JUST CLEAR YOUR THROAT!!! geez...


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Austin Strong - about 2 years ago

You know, I can kind of appreciate how blatant the men in this film are with their sex drives. There's something refreshing about such unambiguously hateable characters.


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John Harms - over 2 years ago

I can accept watching bad movies, but at times, this movie is downright creepy!


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Kimono Dragon - over 2 years ago

At 10:00 - Tell me the narrator of the military video isn't Peter Graves.


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Big McLargehuge - over 2 years ago

This movie is another case of the victims of the alien attack being far more repulsive than the aliens themselves.


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Dan Rudy - over 2 years ago

At 18.00 I believe MST has the world's first rick-roll.


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

When even the title card is poorly made, you have problems.


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Elel - over 2 years ago

Yep, the film makers Just Didn't Care. Which makes it one of the funniest dang movies ever Mystied.