Mystery Science Theater, Vol. 17: The Final Sacrifice
With the help of a mysterious map and a truck-driving drifter named Rowsdower, young Troy McGreggor sets out on a dark adventure across Alberta in search of the answers behind the hooded cult responsible for his father's grisly murder.
MSTies have long believed they'd never see this Tjardus Greidanus-directed student-film-turned-MST3K masterpiece on DVD, so we're especially proud to serve it up! This long-awaited episode also features "The Canada Song," a treasured song by Tom Servo in one of the host segments. Join Mike and the 'bots of the Satellite of Love as they skewer the beloved "cult" classic that became one of the most requested episodes in the history of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Mystery Science Theater, Vol. 17: The Beatniks (1960)
When a hold-up carried out by his two-bit hoodlum friends goes tragically awry, Eddie Crane's bright future as a recording artist from the mean streets could be in jeopardy.
With a sadistically hilarious game of Rock-Paper-Scissors, a Tony Travis-themed slumber party and a full-fledged dramatization of a nobody's transformation into a 1950s rock star (and back) starring none other than Tom Servo - Joel and the crew of the SOL certainly know how to usher in this Turkey Day favorite's DVD debut!
Also includes the second segment of the short "General Hospital."
Mystery Science Theater, Vol. 17: The Blood Waters of Dr. Z (1975)
Seeking revenge against those responsible for stripping him of his tenure and the denial of human research subjects, Dr. Z mutates himself into a hideous - and murderous - half-human-half-fish-like creature!
Mike Nelson and the crew of the Satellite of Love - Crow T. Robot, Tom Servo and Gypsy - take on one of the most laughable treasures ever to grace the MST3K screen with a disgusting new habit for Crow, a day of fishing for the crew and - GASP - an unforgettable appearance by Brain Guy and Bobo!
Mystery Science Theater, Vol. 17: The Crawling Eye (1958)
Things start to look eerily familiar to scientists Crevett and Brooks when mountain climbers begin losing their heads in the Trollenberg Mountains. Can the two investigators finally uncover the answers they've been seeking since encountering similar tragic accidents in the Andes?
The loyal MSTies asked for it, and now they've finally got it! The very first episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 following its departure from KTMA is now on DVD, complete with the introductions of Doctors Forrester and Erhardt, Deep 13 and Joel's very first Invention Exchange seen on the Comedy Channel!