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615 - Kitten with a Whip



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Matthew J Harris - about 15 hours ago

Apparently this episode isn't a fan favourite. Why?


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James GreyWolf - 9 days ago

This movie played about a month ago for me. Now it is blocked? Come on.


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Robert Brown - 16 days ago

This movie dares you to watch it. Last stop on my trip through my unfinished episodes, and I must admit still unfinished. I made it through the kitten in the hexfield skit, then cheated by skipping through to the end, a minute here, a minute there. If the riffs had been over the top awesome, this might be worth watching all the way through. The ending may be the most infuriating part of the movie. Basically, nothing that happens matters.

Well, that's easy to dispense with then.

Whoever wrote this thing needed help.


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happyking - 4 months ago

Oh LORD I was right there with you, Crow, when they said Ann Margret's character died! YES! SWEET! YES! YES!


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Sean Barry - 4 months ago

Ugh this is terrible, had to shut it off after 30 mins.


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Sean Barry - 4 months ago

Well based on the title, I'm guessing this movie is either about a dominatrix, or a crime-fighting cat. Time to find out...


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Atom Manhattan - 5 months ago

If this film does not contain a kitten suffering fools Indiana Jones-style, I am going to be one disappointed guy...because based on title alone this flick sounds awesome.


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Alex C. - 5 months ago

"Dear Mike, crow, jipsee, Tow Servo and canbot. I am sevin yeerz old and I luv yer show. I wach it everyday. My faverit gue is crow. I wish he cood come...."
Seven year-old, or average commenter on YouTube?


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Scott A. Taylor - 6 months ago

Eck! .. Women like this make me glad I'm gay ... Grrr .. needs a f**king slap!


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Aileen Smithee - 8 months ago

00:34:32 - You had the best in-house manicurist that any reform school girl could wish for, and you threw it all away, Jody!


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Aileen Smithee - 8 months ago

Ugh. This episode never fails to make my skin crawl in a way that something like Squirm never could. Yeah, yeah. The pretty girl drifter holds all the trumps and the big, politically connected grownup rich man is just a helpless victim of circumstance. Boo hoo hoo. Now, where'd I leave that book of ipecac recipes from Season 3...?


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Joseph Ewing - 9 months ago

The pseudo-intellectual, thirty year-old college freshman, and "very holy man" with the Jay Gatsby hat is officially the most annoying character in the entire history of the show.


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Realistic Action Batch - 9 months ago

Ann-Margret is one of the most gorgeous women I have seen in my life, but the overacting is almost too much for me. Even knowing that's part of the reason this movie was picked for the show it's hard to take.


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Clyde Rysdale - 9 months ago

Based on the title I was hoping the movie would be one of two things:
1. A literal interpretation of the title
2. A missing Fritz The Cat movie.


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Michael Kanuckel - 11 months ago

Ann-Margret: I defy you to find a more beautiful leading lady.


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Alyssa Transitoria - 11 months ago

I think the film is one I could watch on it's own without cringing at it on it's own merit. The cringe factor is in the uncomfortable situations. I do like seeing a politician in this much hot water but her hipster friends who show up make my skin crawl. I love watching Ann Margaret curl her lip tho...wonder who taught her that? :wiggles eyebrows:


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Truly, this must be the dumbest protagonist I have ever had the dubious pleasure of yelling at throughout the course of a film. At least he sets the bar low early on when, for no reason whatsoever, he lies about deliberately purchasing a dress in the wrong size for his wife. This sets the stage for an impressively consistent habit of lying when he stands to gain nothing and telling the truth when he stands to lose tremendously.

Later, David finds himself in a situation where his captors have turned on one another and become thoroughly distracted by the fact that one of them is wounded, and he sees this as the perfect opportunity to put down his weapon, move as far away from a phone as possible, and casually guide the antagonists to a washroom.

The idiotic decisions build upon one another until he makes the most unforgivable mistake of them all when he makes the conscious decision to NOT screw Ann Margaret in Tijuana. God help me, even if I had somehow blundered my way through all the catastrophic errors that this imbecile makes, if I made it to the point at which they ditch Buck and Grant, I would absolutely take advantage of the sexy lunatic's newfound sense of freedom.


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Malachi le nomade - about 1 year ago

This is one of those episodes that is difficult for me to watch. Sure, it's easy-going at first and has Ann Margaret (va-va-va-voom!), but at about the halfway point I can't help thinking "WTH WERE THE DIRECTOR AND WRITER THINKING ABOUT?!" Sure, the riffs are great, but man it's a hard movie to get through. I actually find Monster A-Go-Go and Manos easier to get through - sure they're bad, but they're humorously bad... this movie is just baaaaad.


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Mike Carmona - about 1 year ago

Is it wrong for me to have hoped that kitten and every one of her lousy friends would have been tortured Johnny-Depp-in-Once-Upon-A-Time-In-Mexico style by fugitives in the end? Cuz I'm not feeling all that satisfied with the "all the bad guys died" cheese I was offered.


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Scott Davis - about 1 year ago

It's a good episode, but the whole situation that the kitten with a whip/and friends have placed John Forsyth is silly.


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RevJJVQ - over 1 year ago

caution: this movie causes anxiety


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

I understand of the recently announced casting for the remake of this movie only John Forsythe will reprise his role. And even though he has been deceased for several years they still feel he can capture most of the “intensity” of his original performance.


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Under rated episode. pretty funny.


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The year is 1994 and Mike Nelson destroys a seven year old child somewhere in America.


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Seeing as the brachial artery runs along the inside of the radius I find it very unlikely that he was in any danger of dying from a cut to the outside of the arm.


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Josh Lane - over 1 year ago

Jeff Dunham mentioned and nobody said anything? Oh wait...I just did....CRAP!!!


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EAG46 - over 1 year ago

I showed the un-MST3K version to some friends. When Midge "cut out" we all cheered.


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John Harms - almost 2 years ago

At 1:12:01, why isn't he squealing tires to get outta there?!


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Big McLargehuge - almost 2 years ago

I'm such a sucker for Ann Margaret, I can't even really be mad at this movie. Which is probably what the director was hoping for anyway...


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Bruce Box-Liker - almost 2 years ago

There's a handful of MST3K movies that really aren't all that bad, but this is the only one that I actually found myself caring about in the end.


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Connor Taylor - over 2 years ago

Mike looks great in drag!


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EAG46 - over 2 years ago

Poor John Forsyth.


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Frankie DeMario - over 2 years ago

Ann Margret.....MMMmmmMMMMmmMM