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Peakpasha
In Budapest, Hungary

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Favorite Episodes

  1. Hamlet
    161
  2. Devil Doll
    220
  3. The Deadly Bees
    193
  4. The Undead
    218
  5. Overdrawn at the Memory Bank
    386
  6. The Incredible Melting Man
    244
  7. The Projected Man
    185
  8. The Incredibly Strange Creatures...
    246
  9. Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders
    293
  10. The Screaming Skull
    242
  11. The Thing That Couldn't Die
    171
  12. Riding with Death
    353
  13. The Leech Woman
    210
  14. The Atomic Brain
    148
  15. The Touch of Satan
    309
  16. Quest of the Delta Knights
    240
  17. Manos: The Hands of Fate
    621
  18. Zombie Nightmare
    278
  19. The Castle of Fu Manchu
    138
  20. Track of the Moon Beast
    252
  21. Monster A-Go Go
    315
  22. The Wild World of Batwoman
    208
  23. Angels' Revenge
    189
  24. The Rebel Set
    144
  25. I Accuse My Parents
    366
  26. Diabolik
    192
  27. SST: Death Flight
    72
  28. City on Fire
    46
  29. Bride of the Monster
    208
  30. Tormented
    198
  31. The Indestructible Man
    140
  32. The Unearthly
    179
  33. Gunslinger
    144
  34. The Beast of Yucca Flats
    234
  35. Warrior of the Lost World
    290
  36. The Corpse Vanishes
    136
  37. Rocket Attack USA
    138
  38. Red Zone Cuba
    211
  39. Being from Another Planet
    176
  40. Laserblast
    351
  41. Master Ninja I
    231
  42. Ring of Terror
    174
  43. Pod People
    512
  44. The Brute Man
    190
  45. San Francisco International
    238
  46. Code Name Diamond Head
    168
  47. The Brain that Wouldn't Die
    305
  48. Phase IV
    50
  49. Fugitive Alien
    24
  50. The Magic Sword
    186
  51. Soultaker
    338
  52. Terror from the Year 5000
    220

Recent Comments with recent replies

Global Community?!
Forum - 11 months ago
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OK so I'm curious about how far our community goes!!! Where's everyone from? How far around the globe does Club MST3k go??!! I'm from Ohio, USA


617 - The Sword and the Dragon - about 1 year ago
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And this film is a Russian/Soviet film, not Finnish! Same with Jack Frost. Where did they get they idea they were Finnish movies? The Soviets and Finns did not exactly get along


409 - The Indestructible Man - almost 6 years ago
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You know, it's interesting, that Lon Chaney Jr. is both in the short and the movie.


Forum - over 1 year ago
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I had no idea Gene Wilder was still alive.


Episodes Are Basically Podcasts For Me
Forum - almost 2 years ago
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I have a confession to make.

The majority of the episodes I watch I don't actually watch. I'll pull up a browser, play an episode, and then work on my computer, play a game, read the news, etc.

I've seen every episode many dozens and dozens of times so I still laugh at what I'm hearing without having to watch the episode. The few times I'll actually sit and watch an episode feels weird because I'm so used to multitasking when the show's on.

Sorry, just had to get that off my chest.


Repurposed incidental music geekery
Forum - almost 2 years ago
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Am I just weird, or am I not the only one here who likes to watch movies on MST3K and try to find theme or incidental music that was lifted or repurposed from another movie?

I'm watching First Spaceship On Venus now, and I could swear I heard a snatch of the Refueling Theme from Starfighters -- not the daaaaahhhhhh dah dah daaaaahhhhh bit, btw -- as well as some little bits of incidental music I first heard in the original 1940 Wolf Man.

Earlier today, while watching Hercules And The Captive Women, I heard the famous DAH DAH DAAAHHHHH "action hook" from Creature From The Black Lagoon, and a chunk of The Song We Sing When You Come Home From Venus from First Spaceship On Venus... and btw, you can also hear DAH DAH DAAAHHHHHH in Women Of The Prehistoric Planet.

Then, there's the opening theme and incidental music from Attack Of The Giant Leeches lifted pretty much in its entirety for Night Of The Blood Beast (or is it vice versa?).

The weird incidental music with the funny xylophone licks in It Conquered The World can also be heard in Attack Of The The Eye Creatures.

Several big chunks of the incidental music from the original 1932 Frankenstein can also be heard in The Phantom Creeps.

And of course, Richard Band's theme from Robot Holocaust also pops up in Laserblast.

I'll stop now, because I'm on a deadline, and also because I really am geeking out way too much over this.


Watching Manos got me thinking...
Forum - almost 2 years ago
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Which MSTs, if remade with modern SFX and a good director/cast, would become a box office hit (or, at least, not be terrible)?

I think Manos is definitely up there. Cast someone who can wear faun stilts properly and put Guillermo del Toro in charge and you've got a pretty solid fantasy horror film. Oh, and a budget that's more than "I'll give you a bike if you lend me your dog."

Anyway, thoughts?


Joe Don Baker, 80 years old today!
Forum - almost 2 years ago
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A fine innings for waka-chika waka-chika waka-chika waka-chika MITCHELL!


803 - The Mole People - about 2 years ago
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So, question: why is there an ENGLISH professor explaining issues of anthropology, sociology, and various theories on Earth sciences at in the intro of the movie? Were they afraid audiences wouldn't understand a title like "Geologist" or "Archaeologist"?


323 - The Castle of Fu Manchu - over 2 years ago
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One of the riffs that I noticed the last time I watched this one is pretty much impossible to just write out and have it make any sense.

During the dam-breaking scene, the camera keeps cutting back to Fu Manchu, over and over again. Fu Manchu, more water flowing, Fu Manchu, more water. And quietly, every single time it flashes back to Fu Manchu, Servo says, "Fu." That's it. Every cut. "Fu." "Fu." "Fu." And it's hilarious. To me, anyway.


The Deadly Bees and The Space Children
Forum - over 2 years ago
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I posted a new youtube link for both of these movies. I've missed titled them both so watch while the watching's good. :)


Recent Riffs

901 - The Projected Man - over 5 years ago
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Yes, meow, you know.


106 - The Crawling Hand - over 5 years ago
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"Did you hear anything, like somebody running or a door closing?" Or the sound of one hand clapping?


514 - Teenage Strangler - almost 6 years ago
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Is this love, or is it just rough sex with Michael Douglas?


1005 - Blood Waters of Dr. Z - almost 5 years ago
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It's ending like an Italian neo-realist movie from the 60s.


111 - Moon Zero Two - almost 6 years ago
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Huston, I just spotted an animated cartoon on the surface of the Moon.


804 - The Deadly Mantis - over 1 year ago
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I've got big eyes, that means I'm cute!


804 - The Deadly Mantis - over 1 year ago
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"Dead Reckoning", starring Humphrey Mantis.


408 - Hercules Unchained - over 1 year ago
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Next week on "Alias Hercules and Ulysses".


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"Hey, Joe! Turn on the TV set!" Mr. Ruby told me to watch the prison transfer.


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Hans Conried and Mike Nichols in "Altered States".


507 - I Accuse My Parents - over 5 years ago
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Praise the Truck Farmer! Bow down before him!


101 - The Crawling Eye - almost 6 years ago
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"His head! It was torn off!" You say it, like it's a bad thing.