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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Vol. XIX [Limited Edition]

Joel Hodgson , Michael J. Nelson , Kevin Murphy  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Joel Hodgson, Michael J. Nelson, Bill Corbett, Kevin Murphy
  • Directors: Kevin Murphy
  • Format: Color, Full Screen, Limited Edition, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • 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: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: November 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003XL6EJO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,951 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mystery Science Theater 3000: Vol. XIX [Limited Edition]" on IMDb

Special Features

Exclusive Limited-Edition Gypsy Figurine

New Introduction By J. Elvis Weinstein

Larry Blamire Reflects On Robot Monster

Brand-New Featurettes On Bride Of The Monster And Devil Doll

MST3K: Origins And Beyond:CONvergence 2009 Panel

Original Trailers

4 Exclusive Mini-Posters


Editorial Reviews

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The set is still a must-buy, especially for Robot Monster an early high point in the series. Highly Recommended. --DVD Talk, 10/26/2010

Product Description

You are cordially invited to step aboard the stranded Satellite of Love as its crew continues its ongoing assignment of viewing (and mocking) the most . . . ahem . . . misunderstood . . . films of all time! Join hosts Joel Hodgson and Mike Nelson as they celebrate the very first and only 19th DVD box set of the hilarious cult phenomenon Mystery Science Theater 3000 with their loyal, albeit morally misguided, crew Tom Servo, Crow T. Robot and, of course, Gypsy! Episodes include: Robot Monster, Bride of the Monster, Devil Doll, and Devil Fish.

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66 of 72 people found the following review helpful
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This set features two shows with Joel Hodgson as host from the Comedy Central era and two with Mike Nelson from the Sci-Fi Channel era. MST3K always worked especially well when the films used were in the sci-fi/horror genre and this set is packed with four such episodes.

Episode 107- ROBOT MONSTER (with shorts: COMMANDO CODY Parts 4 and 5)
This 1953 black and white film is extremely low budget, so much so that the eponymous "robot monster" costume consists of a cheap gorilla suit topped off with an even cheaper deep-sea diving style helmet. It is one of those movies that is so incompetent it is fun all on its own and it's perfect fodder for MST3K. A family survives the destruction of most of humanity by the evil Ro-Man, who hunts them mercilessly yet has trouble finding them though he is living nearly next door! The family has managed to elude Ro-Man through the scientific genius of the older parents and their attractive adult daughter, Alice, and here fiance. Even their young, pre-adolescent children are mental giant compared to the incompetent Ro-Man. As if he didn't have enough difficulties, Ro-Man has a "thing" for Alice, which causes him problems with completing his murderous mission. The movie at times is incomprehensible in its editing, with inexplicable shots of lizards impersonating dinosaurs and other weirdness inserted to pad out the film. There's also lots of shots of George Barrows as Ro-Man stalking about Bronson Canyon. This is a strong Season One MST3K episode and the inclusion of the Commando Cody Radar Men From The Moon shorts just adds to the low budget fun. This one has been a favorite of mine for years and I'm quite pleased to see it in commercial release.

Episode 423- BRIDE OF THE MONSTER (with short: HIRED!
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In the not too distant future August 1, 2010
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It's anybody's guess why they're being so slow about releasing various snarky episodes of "Mystery Science Theater 3000," in which Joel, Mike, Tom Servo and Crow make fun of baaaaaaad badbadbad movies. "Mystery Science Theater 3000: Vol. XIX" brings together four delicious episodes of this series involving alien robots, sea monsters and an evil dummy.

First there's "Robot Monster", the seventh episode of season one (the roughest of them, but you won't notice here). Joel and the bots are subjected to a horrifically cheesy sci-fi movie in which civilization is destroyed and all of humanity is killed by... a gorilla with a deep-sea helmet, aka Ro-man. Ro-man is trying to hunt the one remaining nuclear family and exterminate them, despite the fact that he literally lives next to their house. Insert random lizard attacks.

Then there's Ed Wood's "Bride of the Monster," in which Joel and the bots are subjected to Wood's B-movie horror: Bela Lugosi is a mad scientist, living in a swamp filled with inappropriate reptiles and a giant octopus that inexplicably eats people. People wander in and get eaten, and eventually a pretty girl becomes the newest victim of Lugosi's attempts to make a master race.... yeah, okay.

After that, we jump forward to the Era Of Mike with "Devil Doll." Mike and the bots decide to have a crazy "Friiiiidaaaaaay" dorm party which is hampered by a lack of beer and music, even as Pearl hobnobs with the gods. Then it's off to the movies, about a sinister ventriloquist and his surprisingly sentient dummy... it's actually rather good by MST3K standards, but still rather dull.

And finally, Mike's wallet woes get sidelined while Pearl, Bobo and Brain Guy pretend to be a cruise ship.
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At the San Diego Comic Con Shout Factory announced the latest Volume
which is # 19 much to the delight of many MST3K fans.
First off as you can see by the photo it will contain a Gypsy Figurine which is slightly bigger than Crow and Tom Servo
Now for the episodes in this set
# 107 ROBOT MONSTER - This movie is about a group of survivors being stalked by Ro-Man - a man in an ape costume and fish tank helmet.
One of the all time most well known iconic B movies - ultra cheap, lousy acting and pointless. See stock footage of dinosaurs ( lizards with glued on fins) from One Million BC. See Roman chase George Nader around. See Roman chase women, children all over the place. See Roman attack kids, see him try to satisfy his urges with the ladies..see it in utter disbelief.
This is one of what most Season 1 fans would call a better Season 1 episode. It is well done. This is another title owned by Wade Williams which Shout has licensed which is why we've seen Beast of Yucca Flats, Lost Continent and others.
This has a riff at the end that I really like " Is this the End of the Film Joel" watch for it. And listen to Tom Servo sneeze during the Commando Cody serial..You get 2 chapters of Radar Men from the Moon in this because Robot Monster is a short film
J. Elvis Weinstein gets to do the intro to Robot Monster & was pretty insightful and fun to hear what he had to say ..
# 423 BRIDE OF THE MONSTER - An Ed Wood classic. Bela once again plays a mad doctor trying to create a race of atomic supermen to take over the world. Along with his assistant Lobo - Tor Johnson - who was Lobo in the Unearthly as well as the Beast of Yucca of Flats
Another incompetent mess with super poor effects / editing and a very low budget.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
2.0 out of 5 stars Nah
nothing is as good as the original.....I found these too boring to finish...nice packaging though..would make nice gift for diehard fans
Published 21 days ago by Sara Markland
5.0 out of 5 stars MST 3000
How can you go wrong with this wonderful gift set. The movies are funny and the figure is perfect to fit on my desk!
Published 1 month ago by violet
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent box set!
I am a huge fan of MST3K, so this set was a must buy! With Robot Monster and a collectible Gypsy figurine, what's not to like?
Published 3 months ago by jwsmom
5.0 out of 5 stars mst3
once you are a follower of MST, you can't pass up any of the movie collections that come out.
Joel, Mike, Frank, and all the rest of the gang add to the great ripping of all... Read more
Published 5 months ago by n. french
3.0 out of 5 stars Limited Edition, limited jokes
Not their best work. Old shows with Joel Hodgson still around and not as good as they could be. Its when they were still working out their act and its really hit or miss with the... Read more
Published 7 months ago by M. Lyons
4.0 out of 5 stars Decent Set - Two of the Four are Good
I own most of the MST3K Sets and this is not one of my favorites, but it's OK.

I've only watched Robot Monster and Bride of the Monster DVDs once... Read more
Published 9 months ago by E. E. Easter
5.0 out of 5 stars Another phenomenal set!
Here is another set of 4 episodes in one unique collection with a very cool collectable object which is a gypsy replica figure which is perfect for home or the office. Read more
Published 10 months ago by John Lindsey
2.0 out of 5 stars 1 good short, 1 good movie, 3 bores
I agree totally with other reviewer wrote:

"Bride of the Monster and the Chevrolet Sales short were absolutely hilarious. It's MST3000 at their best. Read more
Published 13 months ago by cartoon lover
5.0 out of 5 stars Laugh Riot!
Growing up in the 60's (the era of bad sci fi movies) I truly appreciate seeing these movies again. Added commentary by the bots just makes them even better. Read more
Published 15 months ago by Donna M. Duncan
5.0 out of 5 stars MST3K
I received this in the mail today and it is awesome. It has everything described in the description. Well worth the money I payed for it.
Published 15 months ago by Timothy Maher
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Is a non-limited-edition set going to come out?
I would like non-limited-editions as well. I'm running out of shelf space, and I don't much care for bulky figurines. Love the movies, though!
Jan 13, 2011 by Wally Waffles |  See all 3 posts
why do used items cost more than new all of a sudden?
Yes I have noticed the same thing. Everything on amazon is now more expensive. And when you try to say something about it, you get attacked. Any of the mst3ks here can be obtained at the four letter auction site for a fraction of the price, including this very set! It's sad, it used to be... Read more
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