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Favorite Episodes

  1. The Final Sacrifice
    753
  2. Werewolf
    534
  3. Manos: The Hands of Fate
    679
  4. Soultaker
    376
  5. Time Chasers
    435
  6. Overdrawn at the Memory Bank
    425
  7. Mitchell
    578
  8. Danger! Death Ray
    474
  9. The Brute Man
    219
  10. Jack Frost
    334
  11. Devil Doll
    246
  12. The Touch of Satan
    344
  13. Teenagers from Outer Space
    284
  14. Quest of the Delta Knights
    258
  15. High School Big Shot
    189
  16. The Leech Woman
    238
  17. Teenage Caveman
    156
  18. Bloodlust
    186
  19. Horror of Party Beach
    311
  20. The Sword and the Dragon
    223
  21. Code Name Diamond Head
    185
  22. Samson Vs The Vampire Women
    277
  23. Devil Fish
    257
  24. Girls Town
    287
  25. Gorgo
    177
  26. Beginning of the End
    268
  27. Track of the Moon Beast
    281
  28. The Incredible Melting Man
    276
  29. Riding with Death
    394
  30. The Deadly Bees
    217
  31. Outlaw of Gor
    317
  32. Radar Secret Service
    224
  33. The Day the Earth Froze
    278
  34. Escape 2000
    255
  35. Parts: The Clonus Horror
    284
  36. Time of the Apes
    278
  37. The Thing That Couldn't Die
    200
  38. Puma Man
    514
  39. Invasion USA
    177
  40. The Deadly Mantis
    214
  41. Attack of the the Eye Creatures
    228
  42. Being from Another Planet
    196
  43. Pod People
    566
  44. Space Mutiny
    896
  45. The Undead
    243
  46. Fire Maidens of Outer Space
    223
  47. The Human Duplicators
    207
  48. The Magic Voyage of Sinbad
    219
  49. The Screaming Skull
    275
  50. I Was a Teenage Werewolf
    202

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508 - Operation Double 007 - over 7 years ago
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1:13:00 - Joel again plays Torgo from "Manos - The Hands of Fate". How bad was that show, that they knew we would remember the character? "Manos" could knock a buzzard off a manure wagon!


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This was the only time I was disappointed to see Roger Corman's name attached to an MST3K film -- only because I expected it to be a Russo-Finnish co-production


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"don't tell the others I'm here, please!" and where is he planning on hiding on this tiny sailboat for the whole duration of the trip, hmmm?


508 - Operation Double 007 - about 2 years ago
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This episode is criminally underrated. Joel's bit as the villain..."I know." was hysterical.


Objectification
518 - The Atomic Brain - over 3 years ago
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The emphasis on women's bodies solely in terms of their utility reminds one of those Donald Trump managed beauty pageants


508 - Operation Double 007 - almost 4 years ago
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Largo's device makes no sense at all.

It uses magnetic waves. Okay, sure. Those exist. And they can have a whole spectrum of properties depending on frequency. An EMP can even disrupt microchips (which was actually the plot of at least one Bond villain). But this thing...

* It somehow causes any metallic device, no matter how simple, to cease functioning. This includes a pistol, which is basically just a tube with explosives in it, set off by a spring mechanism. (Luckily, the good guys somehow have a battalion of trained archers stationed in Munich, ready at a moment's notice to grab bow & quiver and jump on horseback, and they have no problem being commandeered by a woman who, up until that very day, was an enemy agent.)

* Despite using magnets to somehow disable every metallic device in the area, none of those devices are in any other way affected. They're not magnetized, they don't spark... they just stop working.

* And yet the electric generator which is powering the device still works. As do the harpoon guns.

* Somehow, this thing is supposed to help him take over the world? What's the range on it? Do they even say? Seems like he's basically just disabled the weapons and equipment of his own base of operations and the surrounding territory. There's no way it would work worldwide. And even if it did, I don't see how that helps him. Other people have bows and arrows, too, their armies vastly outnumber your forces, and you can't exactly rule the world if you've shut down communications and transportation.

I just don't get it. This is basically just the same plot as It Conquered The Earth, only less plausible.


606 - The Creeping Terror - about 2 years ago
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I can't help but feel like the monster in this movie started life as the director's five-year-old's drawing.


820 - Space Mutiny - about 7 years ago
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Hey! 100 laughs for Space Mutiny! To commemorate the occasion, I invite everyone to make up their own original name for David Ryder (Blast Hardcheese)


Recent Riffs

809 - I Was a Teenage Werewolf - about 2 years ago
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Patient input prohibited.


809 - I Was a Teenage Werewolf - about 2 years ago
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I'm at grandma's, she won't turn down the heat.


809 - I Was a Teenage Werewolf - about 2 years ago
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So he's a total puss then.


702 - The Brute Man - about 2 years ago
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Hmmm...Mrs. Helen Creeper...


702 - The Brute Man - about 2 years ago
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he said puss!


702 - The Brute Man - about 2 years ago
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Hey GUYS! It's God!


508 - Operation Double 007 - about 2 years ago
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Water: it's what's for dinner.


606 - The Creeping Terror - about 2 years ago
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What a lovely place to get killed!


606 - The Creeping Terror - about 2 years ago
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I think he's self-conscious about his big ole butt.


818 - Devil Doll - about 2 years ago
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I command you to shake that money-maker!


818 - Devil Doll - about 2 years ago
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How many maggots am I gagging?


818 - Devil Doll - about 2 years ago
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If this guy could juggle he'd rule England.