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reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Manos:.... November 30, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Manos: Hands of
In MST's 'Amazing Colossal Episode Guide,' Best Brain-member Mary Jo Pehl writes that this movie haunted the whole team, and became 'our standard by which all other [films] are measured.' Why? 'Manos' …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - I Accu.... November 30, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - I Accuse My Parents
Jimmy's a pretty messed-up kid, and in deep to the mob. But when he finally comes to his senses, turns out he's almost Clintonesque in his ability to shift blame for his own actions onto other people. …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The He.... November 29, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Hellcats
Not to be confused (unfortunately) with the 1957 Ronald Reagan-Nancy Davis movie 'Hellcats of the Navy,' this episode reunites many of the actors who brought us another Season Two MST epic, 'Sidehackers,' …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000: Eegah (.... November 29, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Eegah (1988)
As Joel Robinson points out in one of this episode's host segments, Hell is most insidious and destructive when its effects are sneaky and subtle. 'Eegah!' is a lot like that. MSTed-movie veteran Richard …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000: Creepin.... November 28, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Creeping Terror
I had nearly every MST3K episode on video at one time or another. But I was young and stupid and didn't realize MST wouldn't be on forever, and so a lot of the episodes got taped over -- usually by other …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Angels.... November 27, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Angels Revenge
One of the entertaining sub-genres of movies Joel, Mike, and The Bots had to suffer through was the cheap knock-offs of better known (and just *better*) films. These include 'Time of the Apes,' 'Agent …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The At.... November 27, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Atomic Brain
The makers of 'The Atomic Brain' no doubt wanted to create a work of bone-chilling horror. But unfortunately, all they came up with was mind-numbing weirdness. And that makes this fine fodder for Mike …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bloodlu.... November 27, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bloodlust (1988)
This episode is notable in MST history in part for the introduction of Mother Forrester, the evil Dr F's mom, who would in later seasons become Mike and The Bots (M&TB)'s main tormentor. Here, though, …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Bra.... November 27, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Brain That
Show 513, featuring 'The Brain that Wouldn't Die,' is notable primarily as the episode in which Mike ('Mike Nelson') Nelson is introduced as the new resident of the Satellite of Love and host of our program. …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000: Catalin.... November 27, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Catalina Caper
It's not 'mystery' or 'science,' and it's harder to be funny with a movie that's itself trying to be funny, but 'Catalina Caper,' show 204, is one of my two or three favorite MST3K episodes ever. Oh bite …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Cave D.... November 27, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Cave Dwellers
MST3K's third season was from end to end an almost unbroken string of great performances -- some of the Brains' best and most consistent work ever. Show 301, 'Cave Dwellers,' was the leadoff hitter. All …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Ama.... November 26, 2001
This is a fairly typical MST episode, featuring a fairly typical bad science fiction movie: Bert I. Gordon's dysfunctional morality play about the alleged dangers of nuclear testing. Fortunately, 'a fairly …
reviewed Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Be.... November 26, 2001
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Beginning of
Ho hum. Yet another 1950s movie about the horrors of nuclear radiation, complete with rubber monsters and postcard (literally!) backdrops. It takes something special to make this movie palatable, and …
reviewed Battlestar Galactica: Man With Nine L.... September 21, 2001
Battlestar Galactica: Man With Nine Lives
This is one of the best episodes of the series, not because of the science fiction aspects, but because it is one of the few where the characters are fleshed out. Fred Astaire guest stars as an old scoundrel …
reviewed Battlestar Galactica: The Young Lords. September 14, 2001
Battlestar Galactica: The Young Lords
This is easily one of the best episodes of the series. Starbuck and Boomer are ambushed while on patrol and Starbuck is forced to make a crash landing on a planet occupied by the Cylons. It turns out …
reviewed Star Trek - The Next Generation, Epis.... April 29, 2001
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episodes 74 & 75:
Since the original series came out, my favorite Start Trek episode has been "Mirror Mirror" where Kirk, Scott, Mccoy and Uhuru are accidentally beamed into a parallel universe where the Federation is …
reviewed The Twilight Zone: Eye of the Beholde.... September 23, 2000
The Twilight Zone: Eye of the Beholder/ Living
I love THE TWILIGHT ZONE for a pure escapism quality and the trademark twist at the end, and these are two of my favourites.'LIVING DOLL' sees the original Chuckie, Talky Tina (voiced by maestro June …
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