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The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection, Vol. 7 (The Killer Shrews / Hercules Against the Moon Men / Hercules Unchained / Prince of Space)


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  • Actors: James Best, Ingrid Goude, Ken Curtis, Gordon McLendon, Baruch Lumet
  • Directors: Eijirô Wakabayashi, Giacomo Gentilomo, Pietro Francisci, Ray Kellogg
  • Writers: Aeschylus, Angelo Sangermano, Arpad DeRiso, Ennio De Concini
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Full Screen, NTSC, Color, Black & White
  • Language: Japanese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Rhino Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 19, 2005
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007Y8ALK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,329 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection, Vol. 7 (The Killer Shrews / Hercules Against the Moon Men / Hercules Unchained / Prince of Space)" on IMDb

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Join Joel, Mike and their "Robot Friends" as they are forced to watch the worst movies ever made. To endure, these crazy characters make hilarious jokes at the expense of those bad movies. Includes the following episodes:

Episode 407- THE KILLER SHREWS (with short: JUNIOR RODEO DAREDEVILS)
Episode 408- HERCULES UNCHAINED
Episode 410- HERCULES AGAINST THE MOON MEN
Episode 816- PRINCE OF SPACE

Customer Reviews

The collection also includes the shorts CENTURY 21 CALLING and A CASE OF SPRING FEVER.
Valnastar
Yet again the crew of the S.O.L. (that still cracks me up...sure it stands for Satelite Of Love)take a really bad movie times four, and make me laugh until I cry!
Mayor Maynot
As much as I am a huge fan of MST3K, this set is easily one of the strongest DVD collections that Rhino has put out.
G.N.

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179 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Valnastar VINE VOICE on March 9, 2005
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MST3K Volume 7 has some truly terrific and hilarious episodes that are among some of my personal favorites. The movies themselves are some of the more entertaining ones used on the show. Each one is described in turn below. The first three are from the Comedy Central years and the last is from the Sci-Fi Channel episodes:

Episode 407- THE KILLER SHREWS (with short: JUNIOR RODEO DAREDEVILS)

Killer Shrews is a classic B-grade b/w SF film from 1959 with James Best (Dukes of Hazard) and Ken Curtis (Gunsmoke). The melodrama and the endless drinking and standing around punctuated by panic as the main characters are preyed upon by small dogs dressed up as "killer shrews" is hysterically funny all on it's own. Then, the MST3K crew raises the level of humor several notches more. The short, Junior Rodeo Daredevils, is a classic MST3K bit that is referred to in many later episodes of the show (e.g., "old timer Billy Slater" is mentioned for years after this episode was made). Don't miss this!

Episode 408- HERCULES UNCHAINED

The 1959 Italian classic sequel to Hercules, also with Steve Reeves, the first and in some ways best muscleman-turned-actor, opened the door for endless "sword and sandal" epics with his two Hercules films. This sequel is slower and inferior to the first Reeves film, but the crew of the SOL makes it a special treat. The host segment where the 'Bots try and get Joel to explain what Hercules and the "nice lady" do all day as if they were kids asking a parent about a sexual situation is drop-dead hilarious, yet as always it is handled so that kids can watch the show, enjoy it, and yet have no idea what they've missed in the way of adult-level jokes.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Michael Valdivielso on July 1, 2005
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This is a perfect collection. Joel, Mike, the Bots, with songs about pants and host segments about how to make a Killer Shrew, a drink. The movies, Hercules Unchained and Hercules Against the Moon Men, are both great examples on why MST3K has such a huge following. Truly great bad movies, with hunky Heros, sexy evil Queens, lots of short skirts and lots of napping. And Deep Hurting. You thought rocking climbing was bad - Sand storm! Sand storm!

Prince of Space is a good example of a bad Japanese movie, which even the kids can watch. Giants, spaceships, lasers that don't seem to hurt anybody (but do clean your teeth)and bad guys who seem as threatening as my nephews.

Then there is Killer Skrews, also known as doggies in puppet outfits. This movie has lots of people drinking and talking and fighting each other - which seems weird when you remember that death is waiting outside the house with long pointy teeth.

Along with this last movie is 3 bonus shorts: Assignment Venezuela, Century 21 Calling...,A Case Of Spring Fever. This makes the last disc over 135 minutes of MST3K goodness! This shorts were only available on VHS via the MST3K website.

None of the movies were available before (at least not in this MST3K version) so the collection is a great gift for a friend or for yourself.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Bully Corcoran on May 20, 2005
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For those of you who purchased the MST3K Vol. 7 DVD set and noticed the slightly edited version of "The Killer Shrews," Rhino is now offering a free replacement DVD.

Email Rhino directly at drrhino (at) rhino.com and ask for a replacement disc for Volume 7, Disc 4 of the "MST3K Collection." Make sure you give them your full name and mailing address!

Thanks to Rhino for admitting this problem and quickly working to rectify it.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Andrew McCaffrey VINE VOICE on July 9, 2005
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Was it just me, or were the movies in the seventh Mystery Science Theater 3000 box set even worse than usual? Maybe it was the fact that the two Hercules movies were particularly loathsome and tedious, but I found this to be one of the most painful 4-set releases that we've seen so far.

Of course, to quote William Shatner in the fifth Star Trek movie, "I want my pain! I need my pain!" Half of the fun of watching MST3K is enduring the horrible films, and after finishing this set, you may emerge a stronger, wiser, but sadder figure.

Here are some quick comments on each of the episodes:

HERCULES UNCHAINED. A Joel episode. The mocking is good in this one, but, wow, this was a painful flick. I can't say that the Hercules genre of filmmaking ever appealed to me, so this one was never going to become my favorite. The plot of this one involves Hercules being a big dope, drinking the "Waters of Forgetfulness" (making him dumber than usual), and therefore not noticing that the strange woman trying to seduce him is his ex-wife. Or something. It's not very good. Oh, and even though the filmmakers declined to include a vial of "Waters of Forgetfulness", I find this such an unmemorable movie, the exact details of the story needed no help exiting my brain.

HERCULES AGAINST THE MOON MEN. A Joel episode. No, this isn't some hidden, undiscovered classic; this is just as hideous as that awful title would suggest. And, no, this isn't Hercules versus the Unification Church (Servo destroys that hope during the opening credits). This was originally aired two episodes after the previous HERCULES movie, but I actually think this contains stronger jokes. Perhaps it took the MST3K writers some time to get into the flow of bad Hercules movies.
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