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Favorite Episodes

  1. I Accuse My Parents
    366
  2. The Skydivers
    240
  3. Girl in Gold Boots
    254
  4. The Undead
    218
  5. The Rebel Set
    144
  6. Diabolik
    192
  7. Racket Girls
    156
  8. The Deadly Mantis
    188
  9. The Dead Talk Back
    255
  10. The Human Duplicators
    185
  11. War of the Colossal Beast
    205
  12. SST: Death Flight
    72
  13. Jungle Goddess
    164
  14. Devil Fish
    233
  15. Daddy-O
    226
  16. Radar Secret Service
    197
  17. High School Big Shot
    166
  18. Eegah
    355
  19. Cave Dwellers
    388

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The Wost Film of MST3K?
621 - The Beast of Yucca Flats - almost 3 years ago
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A lot of people wonder what the WORST film they ever did on MST3K was. IMO, there are five films which are so bad, they've fallen completely off the scale of composition, thoughtfulness, or simple good taste. These films are so bad, they each represent a singular atrocity, and to prioritize any one over the other is to neglect them all. They are, in no particular order:

The Beast of Yucca Flats
Manos: The Hands of Fate
Monster-A-Go-Go
Rocket Attack U.S.A.
The Castle of Fu Manchu

These films are so bad, so incomprehensibly, unfathomably vile, that each one must be seen to be believed. I think you would be right to say that any of these five movies are equally the worst films ever featured on MST3K


Adolfo Celi
1013 - Diabolik - about 2 years ago
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Like Joe Don Baker, Celi was in a James Bond movie; unlike Baker, he was the Bond nemesis/top villain. It was the non-MGM/Broccoli re-make of 'Thunderball', and the last Sean Connory Bond gig (aptly titled "Never Say Never Again". He was the commandant of the Italian prison camp in the film adaptation of 'Von Ryan's Express' (which I re-watched recently), as well. He may have been in the seminal 'The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly', as I recall, too...I think I remember him as the sadistic Union Army prison camp warden who made the rag-tag band play to mask the sound of his guy beating the crap out of Eli Wallach. He was certainly hanging around the desert movie sets of Toscana at the time...I'd have to look at the G,B,atU. titles (or just watch it again; I have the 3+hr European cut from which the 2 1/2 hr. US release was culled, but haven't seen it for a long time. I spend too much time over here) Celi seemed to be having a good old time here, and gleefully chewed the scenery. No less, he made the stinger and got the last word(s) on the [gulp!] 11 year run: "Is that stud?......Coming?"

Love ya, Brains and bots! Like those well-programmed losers on the bus-line, I'm going to go watch 'The Crawling Eye' now.
(I'm doing it for the kicks)


518 - The Atomic Brain - 10 months ago
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So apparently the decrepit old Mrs. Marsh in this flick was also Emperor Palpatine in the Empire Strikes Back. No kiddin.
http://boards.theforce.net/threads/marjorie-eaton-the-original-emperor.50033425/


610 - The Violent Years - almost 2 years ago
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Testing


610 - The Violent Years - over 5 years ago
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Turn your crank to FRANK! Gets be every time because here in Maine we have a 107.5 FRANK FM. But it's Classic Rock, lol not Country.


315 - Teenage Caveman - over 5 years ago
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0:11:45--that really looks like hitler. freaky.


The T&A Team
622 - Angels' Revenge - about 2 years ago
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This (I just noticed in the titles) is part of the Greydon Clark contribution to MST3k (The trifecta of 'Angel's Revenge', 'Final Justice', and 'Hobgoblins'). I'm sure this one was the most fun to cast......


602 - Invasion USA - almost 4 years ago
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Lol they said landing in a field near Puget Sound. I hope they like their fields filled with trees.


806 - The Undead - about 4 years ago
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Man, there's a lot of disturbing moments throughout this show, but seriously, nothing makes me more uncomfortable than Satan's off-set Adam's apple.


514 - Teenage Strangler - over 3 years ago
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One of the weirdest parts of this movie is that there's a serial killer on the loose, targeting teenage girls (except for that one that didn't fit in with the pattern...inexplicably), and no one seems to think that there's any danger. Parents are gone until all hours of the nights, leaving their teenage daughter completely alone. A friend of the teenage girl was killed and yet she doesn't lock any doors when she goes home and is ALL ALONE in the house. Her boyfriend spends no time mourning...neither does anyone else.

It's like the murders are occurring in a parallel universe or something.


Rondo's seminal 'The Creeper' character....
702 - The Brute Man - 13 days ago
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...showed back up in a wartime (Basil and Nigel) Sherlock Holmes movie: the one set at a convalescence inn in Canada. I just watched all those in order, and it was like seeing an old friend when Rondo showed up.


702 - The Brute Man - over 4 years ago
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Excuse me for going on another vegetarian rant, but now that I work at a grocery store slicing meat and cheese (don't ask; it pays well), I can tell you that roughly half of all rotisserie chicken get thrown away. Every night we toss out pounds of unbought chicken tenders, chicken wings, you name it. The chicken of tomorrow my ass. Us Americans are spoiled brats taking animal lives and throwing them away like rocks into the river.
RIP Clucky McCluckster. RIP starving kid in Africa.
And yes, I am being a self-righteous annoying dork right now. Deal with it.


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