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Everything we have come to dread

  • Nov 29, 2001
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The three movies in this MST collection are an interesting assortment of the things Americans used to fear most: juvenile delinquents, evil scientists, and commies. Plus farming and bad posture (in the shorts accompanying two of the movies).

I've commented on each episode more thoroughly on the individual videos' listings pages. As a combo-pack, these three episodes -- shows 507, 518, and 619 -- are great examples of MST3K in its mid-series years. They also include both Joel (507) and Mike (the others) as host, so nobody should feel slighted. In all, an excellent investment for bargain-minded MSTies.

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