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The movie might be pathetic, but at least she is nice eye candy!
The first MST3K that I ever saw, waaay back in the day. Hooked ever since.
With no prior notice, the Reverend and Mrs. Snow show up at Eric's house. Then, as they happily greet Eric, Mrs. Snow says, "What a wonderful surprise." Then to Jenny: "This is a lovely surprise." It seems that the person doing the surprising shouldn't say how great the surprise is.
Is it just me or does Prof. Bobo act far more intelligent at the start of the season? Why did he suddenly lose his smarts when earth blew up?
This is SOOOO a crap'arody of TERMINATOR/TERMINATOR 2...
not just the police station part, but the entire basic concept('cept with Dinosaurs thrown into the mixer, and put on "COMPLETELY BOTCHED")...
the NUN narrating, just like Sarah Connor...and so on.
Even the cop's name Polaris is clearly ripping into the attempted Future theme, taking liberty from Lt. Traxler from the first TERMINATOR.
Semantic question... if Bobo calls the thing at the end of his arm with 4 fingers and a thumb a "paw", then what precisely is the difference between a paw and a hand? Yes, the question is boring and pointless, but so's the movie.
So if Melissa is, like, 120 years old and her dad in the witch scene is not Luther the sweaty walnut rancher, who the hell are Luther and Molly? Melissa's grandkids?
Y'know, despite the riff or two they make about it, I never quite picked up on something until recently... They live on a walnut ranch... and as such you can justify not seeing any animals on the place. But then why do they have so much hay around the place? I mean I guess they might farm hey on the side, but they never mention it. Anyone else think they just needed them to do something farm-y and moving hay was all they could think of?
Maybe I'm alone in this, but I feel sorry for these kids. They find out they're in this terrible place, and what's going to happen to them... I can't imagine experiencing that. I wind up getting sucked into the story and not enjoying the riffs as much as I should.
So this is where Dick Cheney keeps getting his donors.
So, um, how come everyone's totally in support of his plan to go back to the murderous, evil organ farm?
Y'know, normally I'd let this sort of thing slide but this time it's the flipping title. Why is it called The Undead? There are no zombies, skeletons, vampires, liches, mummies, or other reanimated deceased entities of any sort with the possible exception of Satan's Pep Squad which could just as easily be demons or illusions were it not for the gravestone shaped lumps in the background.
That said, I honestly think this has some of the best potential of any movie MST3k ever did. It needs better sets, director, and cast (except possibly good digger Smolkin) But I think with a bit of a polish and a run by a constructive editor, this could be a damn fine movie.