Coming July 7th.
MST3K: THE ROBOT VS. THE AZTEC MUMMY
The battle between machine and the undead comes to a chilling conclusion when an insane scientist invents a robot for the sole purpose of stealing an ancient artifact guarded for eternity by an Aztec mummy!
Only the second show produced after MST3K’s original year on KTMA, this remarkable episode features J. Elvis Weinstein as a virtually unrecognizable Tom Servo, plus the first part of the classic short Commando Cody & The Radar Men From The Moon.
MST3K: THE GIRL IN LOVERS LANE
After his spoiled protégé’s frequent missteps leave him with the responsibility of making things right with the law, local pimps and hoodlums, Bix Dugan’s life as a drifter may finally be coming to an end. And what a shocking ending it is!
Join hosts Joel Hodgson, Servo and Crow as they send up the movie that divided the MSTie nation. Love it or hate The Girl In Lovers’ Lane, this memorable episode’s song—“What A Pleasant Journey”—is guaranteed to have you in stitches!
MST3K: ZOMBIE NIGHTMARE
When a young baseball player is struck and killed by a car full of rambunctious teens, his grieving mother convinces a mysterious voodoo priestess to resurrect her son, allowing his zombied corpse the vengeance necessary to finally rest in peace.
The Satellite of Love crew—Mike, Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot—takes on this 1986 zombie classic starring Adam West and Tia Carrere in her very first feature film role!
MST3K: RACKET GIRLS
When lowlife wrestling manager-turned-gangster Umberto Scalli takes $35,000 from the wrong crime boss, he’s forced to run for his life. Real-life female wrestlers Peaches Page, world champion Clara Mortensen and Mexican champion Rita Martinez—as you’ve never seen them before—star in this sinister tale of deceit, drugs, prostitution and smack downs!
In this hysterical episode from MST3K’s sixth season, Mike Nelson, Crow and Tom Servo challenge the “gorgeous gals of the ring” for the comedy championship of the galaxy! But what’s funnier? The riffs onboard the Satellite of Love—or the Racket Girls themselves? Also includes the popular short Are You Ready For Marriage?