Note: episode descriptions are borrowed from the official MST3000 website channel listings in case the SciFi channel erases it. If you would rather read them there go ahead. Be like that. See if I care.
#000: MST3000: The Movie (movie reviewed: This Island Earth) is currently showing on "Starz," click here for showtimes in December
#801: The Revenge of the Creature (1st episode after they were canned by Comedy Central)
#802: Leech Woman
#803: The Mole People
#804: The Deadly Mantis
#805: The Thing That Wouldn't Die
#806: The Undead
#807: Terror from the Year 5000!
#808: The She Creature
#809: I was a Teenage Werewolf
#810: Giant Spider Invasion
#811: Parts: The Clonus Horror
#812: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies (TV Guide description for this episode: "the title says it all")
#813: Jack Frost
#814: Riding with Death
#815: Agent for H.A.R.M.
#816: Prince of Space
#817: Horror of Party Beach
#818: Devil Doll
#819: Invasion of the Neptune Men
#820: Space Mutiny
#821: Time Chasers
#822: Overdrawn at the Memory Bank
#901: The Projected Man
#902: Phantom Planet
#903: Puma Man
#905: The Deadly Bees
#906: The Space Children
#908: The Touch of Satan
#909: Gorgo (in-studio guest Leonard Maltin, episode was followed on 7-18-98 broadcast by MST3000 Summer Blockbuster Review)
#910: The Final Sacrifice
#911: Devil Fish
#912: The Screaming Skull
#913: Quest of the Delta Knights (not to be confused with the Delta Queen, a steamboat on the Mississippi River)
#1002: The Girl in Gold Boots
#1003: Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders
#1004: Future War
#1005: Blood Waters of Dr. Z
#1006: Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues
#1007: Track of the Moon Beast
#1008: Final Justice
#1010: Bat People / It Lives By Night
#1011: Horrors Of Spider Island
#1012: Squirm and short "Sping Fever"
#1013: Danger: Diabolik
#705: Escape 2000
Mike Nelson, has also written books including an MST3000 episode guide and Megacheese.
Now, you might think that after ten seasons on the Peabody Award-winning TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000, Mike Nelson has seen enough bad movies for one lifetime. As the guys at Cahiers du Cinema say, au contraire! Hollywood's spigot of stupidity shows no sign of slowing, and cheesy films continue to flood our multiplexes and gunk up our home entertainment centers at an alarming rate. This dire situation calls for a specialist. A professional. An expert in wading through motion pictures so vile that they aren't released; they escape. We need Mike Nelson! Hey, settle down there, pal--you got him!
In more than sixty laugh-out-loud reviews and essays featuring his unique combination of erudite wit and shameless clowning, this screen-scarred veteran takes us deep into the recesses of cinematic cheese. He examines legendary showbiz families like Culkin, Baldwin, and Estevez; uncovers an ancient quatrain in which Nostradamus foretells the coming of David Hasselhoff; makes the case for the Food Network and the Three Stooges; and skewers all kinds of movies, including Lost in Space, Twister, Anaconda, The Postman and Waterworld, Spring Break, My Best Friend's Wedding, The Bridges of Madison County (Clint Eastwood), The Blair Witch Project, and many, many more. Here is a film critic for the rest of us: the outrageous, hilarious Mike Nelson.
The best book for looking up movie titles and descriptions is the Movie / Video Guide by Leonard Maltin, who loves Megacheese.
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