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802 - The Leech Woman



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Stephen A Nathe - 3 days ago

this movie is surprisingly "Agar and Load-free"!!


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corvus - 20 days ago

This movie was a lot more than I was prepared for on a lazy Tuesday night after work. Hard hitting and full of disturbing moments, I fucking love this movie!


This is one of the best episodes ever
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Heavy D - about 1 month ago

those are my "dreams of Blood"...pretty neat, huh?


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Jane Sproul - about 1 month ago

I just love that the stupid bastard husband is like 'yes, use human sacrifice to get young and hot again! YOU HAVE NO REASON TO WANT ME DEAD, THIS IS GOING TO WORK OUT GREAT FOR ME!'


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Zod - 2 months ago

This was sad and disturbing on so many levels. No laugh grade for me... this one was just one to watch in order to get to the next one


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B RYE the MST3K Guy - 3 months ago

she's in the zone!! she's hitting penial glands at will..inside the paint outside the paint !!


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Marc Bady - 4 months ago

Anyone notice the Doctor's wife looks like a busted, low rent version of Ingrid Bergman??


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Lisa Warring - 4 months ago

So, the guide isn't concerned when they come across a herd of elephants or water buffalo, or even a pride of lions, but he shows worry and leads the group away from a single boa constrictor? Huh.


McDonalds
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Oh mah gah! A Ray Kroc reference!?!?


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Mike Carmona - 5 months ago

3:09 I'm somewhat relieved to know that Joel's Daktari Stool survived the Ape-ocalypse. His last invention...::sniff::


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Laura Ann Fitton - 8 months ago

This movie really does show a double standard and dare I say almost hatred toward woman. The entire premise of the movie is that we have nothing to add to the world except our beauty which according to this movie ends when we turn 30. Although the men in this movie have few redeeming qualities, the ultimate message toward woman is really hateful. Hard to believe last year the woman chosen by People magazine as the worlds most beautiful is about the same age as the "repulsive" woman portrayed in this movie


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Desiree Ashcraft - 9 months ago

The palooka in "The Unearthly" has got to be the victim outside of the bar. Am I wrong, people?


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suzy lux - 9 months ago

in the year twenty-five, twenty-five...3 women had the will to survive! (I'll escort myself out, it's ok)


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Elisa Farrington - 10 months ago

Oh my gosh, Ned's boy Jodie got squashed by a tank. Ptuey!


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James Krummel - about 1 year ago

At 27:50 when the hippo is peaking out of the water and Crow pipes in with "Fire one! Fhew fhew!" was just perfect drink spewing hilarity. Good thing I wasn't drinking at the time.


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Tibby T. Turtle - about 1 year ago

NEAL! NEEEEAL! Makes me smile every time I hear it.


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Colter Matthews - about 1 year ago

I'm just throwing this question out there: Was there ever a movie featured on MST3K so full of unredeeming characters as this one? I'm not against movies that don't have redeeming characters in general, Ive just never really seen an MST3K movie where I didn't identify with at least one of the characters. This movie's view of humanity is almost as bleak as... well, mine.


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Mike Carmona - about 1 year ago

They should've given the detective sunglasses so he could be more mellow.


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Jenica Burgos - about 1 year ago

I think Sally was in Girl's Town as the Romulan Judo roommate.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

Great, one more thing to worry about; is a woman really into me or is she just sizing up my Pineal gland for future reference?


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Jenica Burgos - over 1 year ago

Is the "original Ray Croc" the same burger-esque picture that's on the wall in This Island Earth?


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Loved that nonchalant cop scene.


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57:25 They were alligators, crocodiles, AND gavials.


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I don't think I'd want to look for a primitive tribe called "The Nandos". They're bound to be cannibals. That's right, I made an extremely obscure reference to the 1972 crash of flight 571 in the Andes mountains in which several survives including Uruguayan rugby player Nando Parrado turned cannibal in order to survive over a two month period, yeah I went there.


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Pete Griffiths - over 1 year ago

Now why the hell were there kookaburra calls in Africa?


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Rhys Patterson - over 1 year ago

I am betting this is another movie where the luagage haulers are complaining about the money and director in another language on camera. It's actually really really common and in some of the classics, so I bet they are doing it in this stink burger


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The pineal gland is not located in the back of the neck. I know, I should really just relax, but this movie is really getting my goat.


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Well Dr. Endocrinologist, finally I can give someone the well-earned title of "dickweed". I'll also include this entire movie in that designation for making women aging seem like that's unnatural. "I'd rather die than go back to that"? Seriously?


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 1 year ago

Now I will have this running through my head all day: JEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Fancy Pantserton - over 1 year ago

...I like that part too. "Real Africa...Hollywood Africa!"


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Fancy Pantserton - over 1 year ago

The sacred nike! Just do it!


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Big McLargehuge - over 1 year ago

This woman's old lady voice reminds me of Wynnona Ryder's old lady voice from Edward Scissorhands.


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David - over 1 year ago

I LOVE the Otis Nixon reference. He was playing centerfield for the Red Sox at the time I first saw this episode. The old lady really does look A LOT like he did then !


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

This actually isn't too bad...but the title has a weaker connection to the plot than even The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living And Became Mixed-Up Zombies....The title MIGHT work if leeches were prone to feeding off younger, prettier animals due to self-esteem issues their douchebag husbands gave them.


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Big McLargehuge - almost 2 years ago

What an effective alarm clock Servo's Jed-shrieking Granny impression would make! Imagine THAT going off at like 5 in the morning, huh? Also, what's the moral of this story here? Don't get old or don't go to Hollywood Africa?


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Robert Ferguson - almost 2 years ago

I'm nearly CERTAIN,.... that Mr. Peanut, ya know the "ape", it's are own Mike Nelson, it's the "voice".


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Reconst - about 2 years ago

I'm confused here. At 18:14, she's clinging on her lawyer, then her husband enters. Considering their marriage is falling apart, wouldn't he find this to be a little suspicious and/or alarming, and possibly overreact in true 50s fashion?

You know what? I should really just relax.


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I actually found this movie to be pretty darned entertaining.