Box Set Reviews


Welcome! Here I have reviews of all MST3K box sets that have released. For each set I have the list of episodes and ratings for the packaging and any extra features.

Episode selection is the biggest factor for the grade; 85% of it. Special features account for 10% of a set's score and packaging is 5%. Episode selection is the average grade of all the episodes and packaging and special features each have four possible scores.

Volume: 1


Andrew Rank: 13 / 38


Mstie Rank: 18 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B

C+

C+

204: Catalina Caper

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

A-

B+

606: Creeping Terror

Packaging:

Neato!

B-

D

607: Bloodlust

Extras:

Nothing special

A-

B-

609: Skydivers


The maiden voyage of the MST3K boxed set was a good one. I was THRILLED to get MST3K episodes in DVD quality and was further impressed with the decent selection of movies. A couple of great movies and a couple of okay movies made this a good set. But I was really impressed with the packaging. It operated like a kids book with its pull-out rocket ship and wheel-o-riffs on the front. Nice touch! Also included were the unMstied versions of the movies and respective trailers, which was cool sounding, but who wants to watch MST3K without the MST3K?


Volume: 2


Andrew Rank: 4 / 38


Mstie Rank: 2 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B+

Andrew Ep selection:

A-

A+

A+

301: Cave Dwellers

Mstie Ep selection:

B+

A+

A+

303: Pod People

Packaging:

Neato!

B-

D+

622: Angels' Revenge

Extras:

None/Sucks

A-

Shorts Volume 1


Set #1 was good, but this one was GREAT! In fact, this is one of the best sets released to date. "Cave Dwellers" and "Pod People" are legendary MST3K episodes and I was overwhelmed with joy to have them in DVD quality. Add the great "Angels' Revenge" and not only a selection of shorts, but a GREAT selection of shorts, and you have a roster that is second to none. The packaging was still cool, too. This time the wheel featured different characters that would appear in the windows of buildings and cars that adorned the cover of the box. The lack of special features hurt this set just a tad. Removing the DVDs from their holds revealed an item from each movie on a barren landscape. Odd, but okay.


Volume: 3


Andrew Rank: 36 / 38


Mstie Rank: 37 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C-

Andrew Ep selection:

D+

F

C-

202: Sidehackers

Mstie Ep selection:

D+

F

D

320: Unearthly

Packaging:

Neato!

C-

D

518: Atomic Brain

Extras:

Pretty good

B-

Shorts Volume 2


The third set was a bit of a disappointment. The packing was still cool, with the theater door simulation on the front cover of the box, but the movie selection wasn't the best. "Sidehackers" is one of my least favorite episodes, and "Unearthly" and "Atomic Brain" aren't much better. However, there was another selection of decent shorts that kept the set from being awful. Extras returned and featured a host segments blooper reel. I LOVE blooper reels!


Volume: 4


Andrew Rank: 21 / 38


Mstie Rank: 4 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

B-

A+

A+

820: Space Mutiny

Mstie Ep selection:

B+

A

A

822: Ovrdrwn @ Mem Bnk

Packaging:

Cool

C

A-

1002: Girl in Gold Boots

Extras:

Nothing special

F

D-

1009: Hamlet


The packaging took a slight step down, with a mere raised "Volume 4" logo. But for the first time, we saw the theater silhouette on the front. The movie selection was much better with "Space Mutiny" and "Memory Bank" being the heavy hitters. The okay "Gold Boots", for which trailers are included, was a good choice, but the nasty "Hamlet" was one I could've done without. An interesting special feature was Mike introducing each movie with a little one-minute spiel. The intros were cool, but just okay. Enlarged movie stills await behind each DVD, including a grimacing Kalgan!


Volume: 5


Andrew Rank: 6 / 38


Mstie Rank: 1 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B+

A

A+

821: Time Chasers

Mstie Ep selection:

A

B-

A-

908: Touch Satan

Packaging:

Cool

C-

A-

1003: Merlin's Shop...

Extras:

Pretty good

A+

A

1006: Boggy Creek II


Gone were the physical bells and whistles of previous box sets, but the inside of the box was cool, with movie characters behind each DVD. This was also the first box to be "themed". This set had an "Area 51" flavor. The movie selection was pretty awesome too. Everything except for "Merlin" was a great choice, and even that was a good choice. Mike was back to do the movie intros, and there was also a great interview with Mike and Kevin.


Volume: 6


Andrew Rank: 9 / 38


Mstie Rank: 22 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B+

D+

A

404: Teens Outer Space

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

A

D

406: Atk. Giant Leeches

Packaging:

M'eh

A-

C-

511: Gunslinger

Extras:

Nothing special

A+

Mr. B's Lost Shorts


The "theming" of sets continued with the clever "drive-in" features of this box set. However, the episode selection was just okay. "Leeches" and "Gunslinger" were must- haves, but "Teenagers from Outer Space" isn't really one of my favorites. The best thing by far was the inclusion of "Mr. B's Lost Shorts". "Mr. B" and "Marriage" are two of my all time favorite shorts. UnMstied versions of the movies made a return, but Mike's intros were gone for good.


Volume: 7


Andrew Rank: 2 / 38


Mstie Rank: 17 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

A-

Andrew Ep selection:

A-

A+

C-

407: Killer Shrews

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

A-

D+

408: Herc Unchained

Packaging:

M'eh

A

C

410: Herc v Moon Men

Extras:

Jam-packed!

C

A+

816: Prince Space


It was about this time the package design started transitioning from clever to insane. I still thought it was an okay idea to have pictures of different people watching the different shows, but having their heads poke up over the DVD is kind of creepy, especially the bald guy on the right-most wing. Although, the episode choices were pretty sweet with "Shrews" and two Hercules movies being great choices and "Prince of Space" being okay too. The extras included three shorts. "Century 21" and "Spring Fever" were okay, but "Assignment: Venezuela" was an AMAZING extra feature. It was supposed to be part of the MST3K CD-Rom game, which was cancelled and the short was lost. Until now!


Volume: 8


Andrew Rank: 37 / 38


Mstie Rank: 5 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

D+

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

C-

A-

421: Monster A Go-Go

Mstie Ep selection:

B+

D+

B

603: Dead Talk Back

Packaging:

Sucks

C

C+

902: Phantom Planet

Extras:

None/Sucks

C

A-

907: Hobgoblins


Adorning the cover of set #8 was a trash heap, which very well may reflect the quality of the riffed movies, but what really made my spine shiver was the evil eyes peeking out from the spaces within the trash. Even more, the inside of the box set wasn't much better. Removing the DVD's revealed nothing but bleak, trashy landscapes of garbage at dusk. Bizarre. The movie selection was abysmal, too. "Hobgoblins" was the centerpiece on top of the trash pile. And with no extras, this set was one of the worst. However, this was the first time that the DVD labels were unique from one another, which was pretty cool.


Volume: 9


Andrew Rank: 38 / 38


Mstie Rank: 15 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

D-

Andrew Ep selection:

D-

F

F

104: Wmn Prehistoric Planet

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

D

B-

207: Wild Rebels

Packaging:

Sucks

F

B

613: Sinister Urge

Extras:

Nothing special

D

A-

812: Crtrs ... Living...


Creepy box design was taken to a new level with this set. Adorning the cover was a first- person-perspective from the inside of a car. We saw other cars in front of us with couples making-out. What's really creepy was what we saw in the rearview; a dark face with scowling eyes focused intently on the other cars. WHY?! I guess you could make case with "Incredibly Strange Creatures" as one of the movie selections. This would also explain the "amusement park" theme on the inside of the box, but why the creepy stalker, and why the glowing red eyes when you remove the right-most DVD? The episode selection is equally creepy with none of the movies getting more than a "M'eh" from me. The DVD labels were also interesting with one being a package of birth control pills. A few cast interviews were good extras, but couldn't subdue the creepy design overtones.


Volume: 10


Andrew Rank: 8 / 38


Mstie Rank: 7 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B

D+

A

212: Gdzla v Megalon

Mstie Ep selection:

B

B

C+

402: Giant Gila Monster

Packaging:

Sucks

B+

C-

503: Swamp Diamonds

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B

A-

514: Teen Strangler

A

A-

810: Gnt Spdr Invsn


Gone was the creepy guy from set #9, but instead we got images of the final days of the dinosaurs. I don't get this cover at all, unless it's a slamming together of "Godzilla" and "Giant Spider Invasion". That doesn't explain the "Johnny on the Spot" behind one of the DVDs, though. The movie selection was slightly above average with "Swamp Diamonds" joining in and "Teenage Strangler" being a good one too. The DVD labels, for the first time, actually had something to do with the episodes. "Godzilla" featured sushi, "Swamp Diamonds" had handcuffs, etc. As for extras, this set was LOADED with a photo gallery, Poopie! volume 2, the MST3K Jukebox volume 1 (a collection of host segment songs), and if you got version 10.2, an interview with Don Sullivan and Joel, Trace, and Frank back on the MST3K set, in character, with a host segment about the new version. Wow!


Volume: 11


Andrew Rank: 24 / 38


Mstie Rank: 34 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

B

C+

206: Ring Terror

Mstie Ep selection:

C-

D-

F

409: Indestructible Man

Packaging:

Sucks

C+

C

414: Tormented

Extras:

Pretty good

A-

D+

1011: Hrrs Spdr Islnd


The cover art insanity continued, this time with a MST3K meteor crashing into and burning up a trailer park and various destruction going on behind each DVD. It's kind of neat that little things from each movie are "easter egged" on the cover, but this is the fourth or fifth set in a row that I find myself asking what the designer had against life. "Spider Island" and "Ring of Terror" are good choices as is "Tormented" to some degree, but I don't care for "Indestructible Man". Still, there were lots of extras including the MST3K Jukebox 2, movie trailers, MST Hour bumpers, and an interview with Bert I. Gordon. The DVDs were still uniquely labeled, but "Ring of Terror" is a tad disgusting.


Volume: 12


Andrew Rank: 10 / 38


Mstie Rank: 14 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B

D-

C+

419: Rebel Set

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

A

F

504: Scrt Agnt Spr Drgn

Packaging:

M'eh

B+

A-

612: Starfighters

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B+

B+

811: Parts: Clonus Horror


Finally! A breath of fresh air. This cover is clever, as the bots look at various framed movie posters in an art gallery. Behind each DVD was more of the gallery, with some very interesting pieces of art. The episode selection is better too. All but "Rebel Set" made me a very happy box set purchaser. Also, the shrink wrap contained a warning label of sorts, listing ingredients and side effects of this set. Very cute! The banquet of extras continues with an interview with the "Clonus" director, another Don Sullivan interview, movie trailers, MST3K Jukebox 3, and MST Hour bumpers for "Dragon".


Volume: 13


Andrew Rank: 3 / 38


Mstie Rank: 6 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

A-

Andrew Ep selection:

B+

A+

D-

211: First Spcshp Venus

Mstie Ep selection:

B

C-

A

706: Laserblast

Packaging:

Neato!

A+

A+

904: Werewolf

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B

B+

1004: Future War


AKA, the 20th Anniversary Edition. The torch is passed as this was the first set to be released by Shout!. I say "passed" but I really mean that Shout! yanked the torch away, hoisted it above its head, and started running, continuing to hold the torch triumphantly skyward. First of all, the box design was simplified and featured the theater silhouette looking up at the MST3K planet logo with a star field in the background. If you got the limited edition, you were treated to a "lunchbox" tin with a Crow figurine. Also, all sets came with four retro-style mini movie posters featuring Tom and Crow. Nice! Also, the DVDs were packaged in individually designed slim cases which I thought was a great idea. The episode selection was outstanding with "Laserblast" being the weakest one, albeit a great inclusion. This set is bursting with extra features including a VERY long "history" type program with cast and fan interviews, the 2008 Comic-Com panel discussion, film trailers, and different versions of the MST3K theme song. Bursting!


Volume: 14


Andrew Rank: 25 / 38


Mstie Rank: 31 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

F

F

103: Mad Monster

Mstie Ep selection:

C-

C+

D-

413: Manhunt in Space

Packaging:

Cool

C+

A

1001: Soultaker

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B

C

1008: Final Justice


Set #14 was pretty much the same design as #13, but there were large green roman numbers announcing the sequence of the set. The retro posters returned and were a very nice extra. The episode selection was okay with "Soultaker" and "Final Justice" being the heavy hitters. "Manhunt" is okay, but I don't care for "Mad Monster". By this time, we've come to expect great extra features and we certainly get them with an interview with Joe Estevez, an interview with the "Final Justice" director, and Mike, Tom, and Crow on "The Cheap Seats".


Volume: 15


Andrew Rank: 34 / 38


Mstie Rank: 30 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

F

F

102: Robot v Aztec Mummy

Mstie Ep selection:

C

C

C

509: Girl in Lovers Lane

Packaging:

Cool

B+

A

604: Zombie Nightmare

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D-

D

616: Racket Girls


Box design continued to be the same as recent sets with retro posters still intact, but the roman numbers were blue this time. Episode selection was pretty bad, save for "Zombie Nightmare" which is a special selection as most of the fan copies were not that great of quality. The extra features kept coming with selections from the wonderful MST3K Scrapbook tape, interviews with the "Zombie Nightmare" director and other cast member, and a talk with Kevin and Trace.


Volume: 16


Andrew Rank: 12 / 38


Mstie Rank: 9 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B-

F

F

105: Corpse Vanishes

Mstie Ep selection:

B

A+

B+

501: Warrior Lost World

Packaging:

Neato!

B+

A+

521: Santa Claus

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B-

B+

701: Night Bloodbst


Episode selection for this box set was another near-perfect with "Corpse" being the only dud. "Warrior" is a must-have for me and "Santa Claus" is a must-have for all Msties. Yet again, this set was brimming with extras including an interview with the "Warrior" director, a bunch of "Santa" related features, "Blood Beast" Turkey Day host segments and bumpers, and trailers. The mini posters are back, and the roman numerals are a very cool purple.


Volume: 17


Andrew Rank: 33 / 38


Mstie Rank: 26 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

F

D-

101: Crawling Eye

Mstie Ep selection:

C

D

D+

415: Beatniks

Packaging:

Cool

C+

A+

910: Final Sacrifice

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B

C

1005: Blood Waters Dr. Z


Icky episode selection on this one. "Crawling Eye" is an important episode in the history of the series, and "Final Sacrifice" is popular among the Mstie community as a whole, but "Beatniks" doesn't interest me and "Dr. Z" is one that I really haven't seen that much. In the grand scheme of the series, there are so many other episodes I prefer. "Final Sacrifice" is an interesting inclusion as it was thought VERY hard to obtain its rights, so I give this set credit for that. There are interesting extras, even if they are slacking off a bit from recent sets. Packaging is the same as recent sets, this time with orange numbers.


Volume: 18


Andrew Rank: 5 / 38


Mstie Rank: 11 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B+

Andrew Ep selection:

B

B-

D

208: Lost Continent

Mstie Ep selection:

B-

C+

C-

417: Crash Moons

Packaging:

Cool

B+

B+

621: Bst Yucca Flats

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A

A+

813: Jack Frost


MUCH better episode selection this time around. "Jack Frost" is the centerpiece by far, but "Lost Continent" and "Crash of the Moons" are also worthy additions. "Beast of Yucca Flats" is also very welcomed, but just as much for the awesome shorts as for the movie itself. Special features include intros by Kevin and Frank (Awesome!), MST Hour bumpers, a "Yucca Flats" retrospective, and more mini posters. Sweet! The numbers on the package are a very tasteful teal.


Volume: 19


Andrew Rank: 26 / 38


Mstie Rank: 24 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

D-

C

107: Robot Monster

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

C

B

423: Bride Monster

Packaging:

Cool

D+

B-

818: Devil Doll

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A

D

911: Devil Fish


The episode selection is a bit "blah" on this one, save for the awesome inclusion of "Devilfish"!!! "Robot Monster" is the best episode from Season One and "Bride of the Monster" is one I probably don't watch as much as I should, but for now, this is a pretty lukewarm set. The real kicker for this set is the inclusion of a Gypsy miniature. True to Gypsy's tender nature, the roman numerals are a calming lavender. Sigh...


Volume: 20


Andrew Rank: 22 / 38


Mstie Rank: 12 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

F

D

109: Project Moonbase

Mstie Ep selection:

B-

C-

B

322: Master Ninja

Packaging:

Neato!

C

B+

324: Master Ninja 2

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A

B

505: Mgc Vyg Sinbad


Feast, famine, or fair episode selection for this one. "Magic Voyage of Sinbad" is a GREAT choice, I'm can't complain about the two "Master Ninja" eps, but "Moonbase" isn't really on of my overall favorites. However it is one of the best eps of Season One. The package is adorned by bright-red double-X's and special features include MST Hour bumpers, a Master Ninja look-back, movie trailers, DragonCon footage, and and intro to "Sinbad" by Trace! Nice! Oh, and the mini posters are back! Sweet!


Volume: 21


Andrew Rank: 7 / 38


Mstie Rank: 16 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B-

C-

B

302: Gamera

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

B

C

304: Gamera v Barugon

Packaging:

Neato!

B+

D+

308: Gamera v Gaos

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B

A

312: Gamera v Guiron

B

C-

316: Gamera v Zigra


If you're a die-hard Mstie fan, you know how much Msties have longed for ANY of the Japanese monster movies to be released. If you don't quite know the story, basically, certain movie studios and certain people didn't like like fun being poked at their movies so they swore never to give up the rights if MST3K would gain from it. When those rights lapsed or otherwise changed hands, obtaining DVD rights became delightfully easier. The package, a nice collectible tin for the deluxe edition, features Gamera blasting the MST3K planet logo. This set is once again crammed with extras including a history of Gamera, original movie trailers, MST Hour bumpers, a MST3K/Gamera retrospective, and more posters!


Volume: 22


Andrew Rank: 29 / 38


Mstie Rank: 8 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

C+

A+

306: Time Apes

Mstie Ep selection:

B

B-

C-

314: Mighty Jack

Packaging:

Neato!

C-

B

610: Violent Years

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D

C+

702: Brute Man


This box set sits well with Msties. However, for me, it's not a to-die-for selection of episodes. "Mighty Jack" and "Time of the Apes" have some charm, but the other two aren't my favorites. The package surface sports brilliant orange numbering and bonus features include: intro and MST Hour bumpers for "Apes", intro for "Jack", cast interviews for "Violent", and a "Making Of" feature for "Brute Man". Also included is the "Making of Mst3k" feature from 1997 and, yes, mini posters.


Volume: 23


Andrew Rank: 14 / 38


Mstie Rank: 38 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B-

A+

C-

210: King Dinosaur

Mstie Ep selection:

D

D

F

323: Castle Fu Manchu

Packaging:

Neato!

B+

D-

608: Code Nm: Dmndhd

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D+

D

611: Last Wild Horses


Hmmm. Underwhelming episode selection on this one, save for "King Dinosaur" which I am THRILLED to have on DVD. And while Msties agree "KD" is the best selection here, that's not saying much. That being said, the purple numbering is quite calming and the preliminary bonus feature report includes and introduction by Frank and a "Life After Mst3k" interview with Kevin. Sweet!


Volume: 24


Andrew Rank: 16 / 38


Mstie Rank: 13 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

C+

C

310: Fugitive Alien

Mstie Ep selection:

B-

C+

C+

318: Fugitive Alien II

Packaging:

Neato!

C+

B-

617: Sword & Dragon

Extras:

Jam-packed!

C+

B

624: Smsn v Vmp Wmn


On one hand, it's good to see that Shout is releasing episodes that were once thought impossible to obtain rights for. On the other, it seems like most of the episodes are just, blah. I will say one thing though. This set it pretty solid in its mediocrity as every single episode is midrange, which me and the Mstie community agree on.


Volume: 25


Andrew Rank: 19 / 38


Mstie Rank: 32 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

D+

D+

110: Robot Holocaust

Mstie Ep selection:

C-

B+

A-

508: Oprtn Dbl 007

Packaging:

Neato!

D-

D-

615: Kitten with a Whip

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A-

D

801: Revenge Creature





Volume: 26


Andrew Rank: 28 / 38


Mstie Rank: 29 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

D+

D-

411: Magic Sword

Mstie Ep selection:

C

C-

C-

516: Alien LA

Packaging:

Neato!

A-

B+

620: Danger Death Ray

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D

C

803: Mole People





Volume: 27


Andrew Rank: 35 / 38


Mstie Rank: 27 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

F

D-

108: Slime People

Mstie Ep selection:

C

C-

C+

205: Rocket Atk. USA

Packaging:

Neato!

D

C+

523: Village Giants

Extras:

Jam-packed!

B

B

804: Deadly Mantis





Volume: 28


Andrew Rank: 31 / 38


Mstie Rank: 25 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

D-

D

111: Moon Zero Two

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

A+

A

422: Day Earth Froze

Packaging:

Neato!

D-

B-

802: Leech Wmn

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D

D

909: Gorgo





Volume: 29


Andrew Rank: 23 / 38


Mstie Rank: 19 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

F

D+

112: Untamed Youth

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

C

F

412: Herc & Cptv Wmn

Packaging:

Neato!

C

B

805: Thing that Cldn't Die

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A-

A+

903: Puma Man





Volume: 30


Andrew Rank: 20 / 38


Mstie Rank: 36 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

F

D-

113: Black Scorpion

Mstie Ep selection:

D+

B+

A-

519: Outlaw

Packaging:

Neato!

D+

F

901: Projected Man

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A-

F

1010: It Lives by Night





Volume: 31


Andrew Rank: 17 / 38


Mstie Rank: 10 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

C

C-

203: Jungle Goddess

Mstie Ep selection:

B-

B-

B-

510: Painted Hills

Packaging:

Neato!

C+

B

912: Screaming Skull

Extras:

Jam-packed!

C+

B

1012: Squirm





Volume: 32


Andrew Rank: 30 / 38


Mstie Rank: 33 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

D-

D-

401: Space Travelers

Mstie Ep selection:

C-

B+

C+

502: Herc

Packaging:

Neato!

D

C-

520: Radar Secret Service

Extras:

Jam-packed!

C

C

614: San Francisco Int





Volume: 33


Andrew Rank: 27 / 38


Mstie Rank: 20 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C

B-

B-

307: Daddy-O

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

B

B-

313: Earth v Spider

Packaging:

Neato!

D-

D

522: Teen Crime Wave

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D+

B-

815: Agent H.A.R.M.


It's AWESOME having "Daddy-O" on DVD. It's a great EP, AND that means that all of the shorts are available on DVD. Nice. "Earth v Spider" is a good one too, but I'm a bit "blah" on the other two. "Crimewave" just made me nervous the whole way through (yes, I should really just relax) and "HARM" is one of my least favorite spy movies.


Volume: 34


Andrew Rank: 32 / 38


Mstie Rank: 35 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

C+

Andrew Ep selection:

C-

B-

C-

317: Vkng Wmn v Srpnt

Mstie Ep selection:

D+

C-

B-

319: War Colossal Bst

Packaging:

Neato!

C-

D-

806: Undead

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D-

F

808: She Creature


So, at this point, there aren't a TON of excellent movies left to put in a box set. Choices are limited, so I guess another way judge an offering is to look at the chances Msties thought they had of seeing certain episodes at all (something I've never been awesome at). I understand that the movies on this set are Corman/Arhoff movies, which, at least at some point, were thought to be hard-to-get. So, that's good!


Volume: 35


Andrew Rank: 1 / 38


Mstie Rank: 28 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

A-

Andrew Ep selection:

B+

B

D+

315: Teen Caveman

Mstie Ep selection:

C

A-

D+

405: Being Another Plnt

Packaging:

Neato!

B

C-

524: 12 to Moon

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A

A

703: D-stlkr & Wrs Hell





Volume: 36


Andrew Rank: 11 / 38


Mstie Rank: 23 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B

Andrew Ep selection:

B-

C

F

305: Stranded in Space

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

B-

D-

403: City Limits

Packaging:

Neato!

C

A-

704: Incrdble Mltng Man

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A

A

814: Riding With Death





Volume: 37


Andrew Rank: 18 / 38


Mstie Rank: 3 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

B-

B-

420: Human Duplicators

Mstie Ep selection:

B+

C-

B+

705: Escape 2000

Packaging:

Neato!

A-

A-

817: Horror Party Beach

Extras:

Jam-packed!

D

B

819: Invsn Nptn Men





Volume: 38


Andrew Rank: 15 / 38


Mstie Rank: 21 / 38


Andrew

Mstie

B-

Andrew Ep selection:

C+

D+

C

602: Invasion USA

Mstie Ep selection:

C+

B-

D+

605: Clssus & Hdhntrs

Packaging:

Neato!

D+

C+

618: HS Big Shot

Extras:

Jam-packed!

A

B+

1007: Track Moon Bst