Mystery Science Theater 3000-Boxed Set 10.2

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Product Overview

Wanted: Kindred spirit with whom to share one never-before-released episode of the incomparably funny TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000. Must love to laugh and have a high tolerance for pain. If you like curling up with huge lizards, voluptous fugitives, juvenile delinquents, and giant spiders, then let's run away to The Satellite of Love and spend a few hilarious hours watching Joel Hodgson, Mike Nelson, and their robot compadres Tom Servo and Crow poke loving fun at four of cinema's questionable treasures. Ready to make a commitment? You won't be sorry.

Includes the episodes The Giant Gila Monster, Swamp Diamonds, Teen-Age Strangler, and The Giant Spider Invasion!


Studio Rhino
SKU 206775870
UPC 603497987757
UPC 14 00603497987757
Format DVD
Release Date 2/5/2008
Film About Film
Television Programs
Television Shows
Editors Note
Note In this cult series, no bad movie is safe from the commentary of a stranded man and a pair of robots forced to watch humanity's cinematic junk pile. The episodes in Vol. 10.2 find the trio taking jabs at four hilariously horrible (or is that horribly hilarious?) films: THE GIANT GILA MONSTER, SWAMP DIAMONDS, TEEN-AGE STRANGLER, and THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION.
Michael J. Nelson
Alan Hale
Joel Hodgson
Kevin Murphy
Cast & Crew
Michael J. Nelson - Star
Alan Hale Jr. - Star
Joel Hodgson - Star
Kevin Murphy - Star
Godzilla - Star
Technical Info
Catalog ID 352252
UPC 00603497987757
Number of Discs 4
Color Color
Original Language English
Available Audio Tracks English
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Emmy (1994) Michael J. Nelson, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing for a Variety or Music Program
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
Bill Gibron, DVD Verdict ...a nearly perfect amalgamation of premise, presentation, and performance... ...entertaining and, at times, riotous...[a] unique and funny program...
John Sinnott, DVD Talk There is so much going on in these shows...they are wonderful to watch over and over. Every time I watch them I hear a joke or see something new that I hadn't seen before.
Nate Yapp, ...for fans of the series and those just starting in on the scripted mockery experience.
Noel Murray, The Onion A.V. Club ...reaches peak levels of lunacy, and every element of moviemaking starts to seem inherently ludicrous.
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