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DVD Review – Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume Xxxvii

Brad Cook reviews Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume Xxxvii…

When I reviewed MST3K Volume Xxxv, I noted that you could divide Shout! Factory’s releases of the TV series episodes into the “good” and “great” categories. Volume Xxxv fell in the former category, as does the latest one, Volume Xxxvii (I skipped Volume Xxxvi). It’s certainly a worthwhile purchase for completists, but the bonus features didn’t quite hit the heights established by some previous entries in this series.

Here’s what you’ll find in this collection:

Invasion of the Neptune Men: This eighth season episode features a 1961 Japanese science-fiction movie that was later shown on American TV. It’s a great example of the nuances that exist when someone talks about a bad movie. Sure, there are bad movies like Plan 9 From Outer Space that are just ineptly made, but then there are bad
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Actor Richard Kiel Dead at 74 – Played Bond Villain ‘Jaws’

Sad but not surprising. I’d met Richard Kiel several times over the years and he was always in a wheelchair – never saw him stand up to his 7’2” height. He was always super-nice though and posed with my young nephew while pretending to crush his head. He was probably best known for two roles: as ‘Jaws’ in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, he was the only recurring 007 villain to be played by the same actor, and the Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man is part of TV folklore. He starred at age 23 as a caveman in Eegah and had roles in the horror films House Of The Damned, Two On A Guillotine, and The Human Duplicators. He had a small part in The Nutty Professor with Jerry Lewis and acted opposite Clint Eastwood in Pale Rider, Burt Reynolds in The Longest Yard (“I think I broke his fucking neck!
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