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Favorite Episodes

  1. The Deadly Bees
    181
  2. Catalina Caper
    241
  3. Mitchell
    511
  4. Secret Agent Super Dragon
    186
  5. Radar Secret Service
    187
  6. Danger! Death Ray
    412
  7. Deathstalker and the Warriors From Hell
    292
  8. The Incredible Melting Man
    237
  9. Space Mutiny
    803
  10. Fire Maidens of Outer Space
    192
  11. The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy
    176
  12. It Lives by Night
    147
  13. Track of the Moon Beast
    241
  14. The Unearthly
    173
  15. Puma Man
    451
  16. The Starfighters
    204
  17. Jungle Goddess
    153
  18. Riding with Death
    341
  19. The Sword and the Dragon
    192
  20. Gorgo
    153
  21. Gamera vs. Barugon
    142
  22. Teenage Strangler
    279
  23. The Magic Voyage of Sinbad
    184
  24. Eegah
    345
  25. The Violent Years
    142
  26. I Accuse My Parents
    355
  27. The Wild World of Batwoman
    196
  28. The Incredibly Strange Creatures...
    239
  29. Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues
    302
  30. Revenge of the Creature
    190
  31. Manos: The Hands of Fate
    610
  32. The Skydivers
    232
  33. The Beast of Yucca Flats
    228
  34. The Brain that Wouldn't Die
    294
  35. Racket Girls
    148
  36. Code Name Diamond Head
    160
  37. The She-Creature
    147
  38. The Crawling Eye
    222
  39. The Deadly Mantis
    176
  40. The Castle of Fu Manchu
    135
  41. Daddy-O
    218

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I've Gained An Appreciation
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Interestingly enough, Ray Dennis Steckler actually went out and promoted this movie on his own. It was originally going to be produced by Fairway-International Pictures (Arch Hall Sr.'s studio), but Steckler was dissatisfied and bought the rights to his movie. He then went across the United States promoting his movie as half of a double bill. The other movie he had was "The Beast of Yucca Flats".

This was billed as the first "monster musical", but "Horror at Party Beach" was also being promoted as that. However, Steckler's movie came out a full month before "Horror", making it the first monster musical.

Apparently the building that the carnival portions were filmed in was an abandoned Masonic temple owned by Rock Hudson. Another movie familiar to MST3k fans that was filmed in that same building that same year was "The Creeping Terror".

This movie has amazing connections to a lot of other bad movies. I just love watching it, and revelling in the unadulterated badness.


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814 - Riding with Death - almost 3 years ago

Is there something I'm missing? WHY ARE THEY TRYING TO BLOW UP THE CAR??? D: I get it that at the end they want to kill the Intersect agents, but why do they want to blow up the car before that? WHY??? WHYYYYYYYYYY????


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109 - Project Moonbase - over 4 years ago

This episode probably has the second-most annoying sound of the whole MST series: that awful, incessant ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP ERP alarm that is present in about half of the feature. I can't think of any other noise that gets under my skin other than the machine from The Projected Man.


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612 - The Starfighters - almost 3 years ago

Apparently the Starfighter (the plane) had such a negative reputation in West Germany that it was a joke there that the cheapest way to get a Starfighter was to buy a small plot of land and then wait.


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109 - Project Moonbase - over 3 years ago

Yeesh! The sexism here is pretty painful. Really, really, really painful.


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506 - Eegah - over 3 years ago

On a whim, I looked up Richard Keil (guy who played Eegah), and found that he actually was in quite a few shows or movies. It was really surprising to see him as a Native American shaman in Kolchak: The Nightstalker.


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404 - Teenagers from Outer Space - almost 3 years ago

I have to say that this movie was surprisingly good. For what looks like a really low-budget movie, it still manages to engage me more than films like "Mitchell" or any of the Transformers movies. It was surprisingly good!


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609 - The Skydivers - over 3 years ago

What is it with Colman Francis and having major scenes with people shooting other people with guns from planes???
On another note, this definitely is his worst film, if that's possible.


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416 - Fire Maidens of Outer Space - almost 3 years ago

Soooooooooooo....The Atlanteans had enough advanced technology to move their entire population to a moon of Jupiter. And yet.....THEY DIDN'T KNOW THAT ONLY THEIR ISLAND WAS SINKING?? D: What, were their scientists too busy smoking to tell everyone that they only had to relocate to another place on Earth, which could easily be done since they had incredible amounts of technology?


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621 - The Beast of Yucca Flats - almost 3 years ago

I know that I will probably be alone in this, but I think that "The Beast of Yucca Flats", along with the riffing, approaches something close to being a surreal piece of art. All of the camera angles, done specifically to not show the mouth to save the money and work of syncing the audio to the video, along with the incredibly abstract phrases plopped out by the narrator (Coleman himself), just makes this movie hilarious to watch. I wouldn't be able to make it through without the riffing, though, but the riffing adds in another element that just makes it so memorable.

Thank you, Francis Coleman, for trying to cut corners and not work as hard as you could have. In doing it, you have created something much greater, and much worse, than you could have ever imagined.


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202 - The Sidehackers - over 3 years ago

The episode containing Cambot's one and only riff.


How Cave Dwellers is connected to Troll 2
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301 - Cave Dwellers - over 2 years ago

I know that this is going to sound really crazy. But trust me, I'm telling the truth. The fourth movie in this series (so either the movie right after Cave Dwellers or the movie after that) is also a sequel to Troll 2. Apparently, it is listed as being sequels for BOTH the Troll series and the Ator series. This movie is called Troll 3 Part 2 (The Blade of Power). It doesn't feature Miles Okeefe, but it DOES still have a character named Ator. It also features the goblins from Troll 2, and there is a bizarre scene where one of the goblins makes out with Ator's wife.


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