Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. 18: Beast of Yucca Flats (1961)
Party the afternoon away with the SOL crew and their white trash neighbors as they celebrate the arrival of yet another riff-worthy movie from Deep 13! Starring none other than Ed Wood veteran Tor Johnson as the beast himself.
The DVD also includes the long-awaited shorts Money Talks! and Progress Island, U.S.A.
After a devastating atomic test, Joseph Javorsky, a defecting Russian scientist, is transformed into a murderous radioactive beast. Can desert patrolmen Jim Archer and Joe Dobson stop the creature before it kills again?
- No Dialogue Necessary: Making an "Off-Camera Masterpiece"
- Coleman Francis: The Cinematic Poet of Parking
- Original theatrical trailer
- Stills gallery
Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. 18: Crash of the Moons (1954)
Join Joel and the 'bots aboard the Satellite of Love as they celebrate the adventures of Rocky Jones - and the life of Hogan's Heroes' John Banner - with their own rendition of the "The Gypsy Moons," riffs aplenty and, of course, Banner-grams! Also includes the third installment of the short General Hospital and Mystery Science Theater Hour Wraps.
Two inhabited moons are doomed to collide with one another - unless they get the help of United Worlds space ranger Rocky Jones and his trusted navigator Winky! The only thing standing in Rocky's way is Queen Cleolanta, a suspicious empress with plans of her own.
Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. 18: Jack Frost (1964)
The crew of the Satellite of Love - Mike Nelson, Crow T. Robot, Tom Servo and Gypsy - is in for a truly rare treat when they take on the most powerful threat to come out of Russia (and Finland) since Yakov Smirnoff...Jack Frost! Featurse a new introduction by Kevin Murphy.
Young lovers Ivan and Nastenka must first conquer the most bizarre ordeals of the supernatural, including beastly transformations and evil witches, before they can finally be together in this unique Russian fairy tale.
Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. 18: The Lost Continent (1951)
Who knew Leave It To Beaver's Hugh Beaumont was a harbinger of death? The gang onboard the Satellite of Love soon find out for themselves as they set out on their own hilarious investigation of Season Two's Lost Continent! Also includes a new introduction by Frank Conniff and the original theatrical trailer.
A military mission to recover a fallen American rocket turns into a fight for survival after the rescue team finds themselves faced with dangerous creatures long since believed to be extinct!