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  general we've checked everything out I'm [TS]

  absolutely confident that nothing can go [TS]

  wrong it's not brain science its rocket [TS]

  surgery [TS]

  this is Frankenstein Meets The space [TS]

  monster [TS]

  the incomparable number 379 October 2015 [TS]

  certified 100-percent Frankenstein free [TS]

  weight [TS]

  hello everybody this is a Jason [TS]

  stoneware back with incomparable rocket [TS]

  surgery where we watch a bad movie from [TS]

  a decade we've we've progressed to the [TS]

  sixties now and although when you think [TS]

  about every movies from a decade but [TS]

  we've been picking different decades [TS]

  that's how this works and joining me to [TS]

  watch this movie were David lower hello [TS]

  hello there and Fleischmann hi [TS]

  what oh yes hello auntie Ashley hi there [TS]

  hello and Steve Lyons hi jason i was [TS]

  going to skip the recording session [TS]

  tonight but then i was informed that [TS]

  this podcast was code 24 code 2424 so [TS]

  naturally i had to be here [TS]

  I i agree with you it's simple just skip [TS]

  out on a coat 24 five years if you don't [TS]

  if you know what's good for you [TS]

  co 24 is the rule on the internet that [TS]

  there's some kind of podcast for every [TS]

  subject code 24 i think is code for [TS]

  bring at least five minutes of a [TS]

  military no stock footage you know [TS]

  income 24 is co 24 is is a theory that [TS]

  suggests that on the Internet [TS]

  everything has met the space monster and [TS]

  that's good thank you for taking my bad [TS]

  idea turning and also his boy Elroy the [TS]

  film the film that we watched and I [TS]

  don't know why other than that was a [TS]

  great title is 1965 Frankenstein Meets [TS]

  The space monster and I will point out [TS]

  if your Wikipedia page has two words for [TS]

  space monster please correct yourself [TS]

  because in the in the credits it is very [TS]

  clearly one word space monster space [TS]

  monster are you already a purist a [TS]

  Frankenstein Meets The space monster [TS]

  hardcore fan and mr. space months then [TS]

  also the name Frankenstein is a misnomer [TS]

  but we'll get to that I think the doctor [TS]

  was named Frankenstein Meets The space [TS]

  Oh [TS]

  man there is no space in space monster [TS]

  120 and this movie is crammed full skirt [TS]

  is a sponsor ate the space and let there [TS]

  is yes it has money points out this [TS]

  movie is like to third space [TS]

  yeah yeah walking and driving and [TS]

  walking over I got ok so I'm I unless [TS]

  anybody has an opening statement about [TS]

  Frankenstein Meets because I feel like [TS]

  that the the decision to make this movie [TS]

  went somewhere along the lines of this [TS]

  gentleman i have a monster costume some [TS]

  bald caps and a whole crapload of stock [TS]

  footage [TS]

  yes do you think that is enough reason [TS]

  to to make a film where we film a bunch [TS]

  of youngish girls running around in [TS]

  bikinis you're here [TS]

  well I don't but if you have an [TS]

  above-ground pool that can be fitted out [TS]

  with some cardboard to make it look like [TS]

  a spaceship then we've got a deal [TS]

  I'm sorry if there's no moped involved [TS]

  this film cannot be made if you cannot [TS]

  borrow a best stuff from a cousin of [TS]

  somebody who works in the production no [TS]

  deal with the sooner we're in business [TS]

  could we film in Puerto Rico though I've [TS]

  always wanted to go to Africa go to [TS]

  Puerto Rico actually was delayed to see [TS]

  them go to Puerto Rico because [TS]

  traditionally cheap exploitation movies [TS]

  are shot in the Philippines ah and this [TS]

  was a nice change from all the other [TS]

  ones I've seen mostly starring said hey [TS]

  before we get there we have to begin in [TS]

  space [TS]

  sort of so basically Dracula and [TS]

  Cleopatra station a spaceship which [TS]

  looks either like a glowing ping-pong [TS]

  ball or an out-of-focus Golden Snitch [TS]

  depending on my mood chance you're [TS]

  skipping at least 10 minutes of that [TS]

  radar dish radar dish so there there [TS]

  there is as we as we already said [TS]

  throughout this movie and will point to [TS]

  give me a massive amount of stock [TS]

  footage like eight not kidding off but [TS]

  they didn't just take like shots of [TS]

  rockets lifting off from from Kennedy [TS]

  Space Center they they have they have [TS]

  some jet footage that obviously came [TS]

  from some sort of military military [TS]

  stock footage they got a shot of the [TS]

  bunch of shots of kennedy space center [TS]

  itself which i assume is from like an [TS]

  industrial film of like a trip to cap [TS]

  space center [TS]

  I mean that noted look fake to me so I [TS]

  went and looked up a reference image and [TS]

  it was [TS]

  accurate as always i think i've been [TS]

  through that gate it's that gotta get [TS]

  cavities face so ya know it's there [TS]

  really don't type in small letters on [TS]

  above the building that looks ridiculous [TS]

  like someone hand-lettered it and that's [TS]

  real yeah but it looks like it's falling [TS]

  really need throughout this film [TS]

  anything you can think of that could be [TS]

  used with stock footage is and including [TS]

  the spaceships your own rockets which [TS]

  are very tightly cropped shot of an [TS]

  American rocket but what's more [TS]

  impressive is that they give them a lot [TS]

  of room to breathe but i really like the [TS]

  stock footage like it was great the [TS]

  footage of the NASA transfer van you [TS]

  never see stuff like that really enjoyed [TS]

  the opening shot i thought it was [TS]

  actually great montage actually kind of [TS]

  beautiful [TS]

  it started as like well jason said this [TS]

  is what is all great bad films you want [TS]

  to talk about a long time like this will [TS]

  be fun whatever then I'm like oh this is [TS]

  actually like kinda party and like not a [TS]

  bad way to the moon it was interesting [TS]

  the first reaction was actually kind of [TS]

  beautiful was afraid I was not expecting [TS]

  to hear on this podcast I i actually [TS]

  have the complete the complete [TS]

  statistics on the on the stock footage [TS]

  usage in this film which we can get to [TS]

  towards the end of this podcast is I [TS]

  want to spoil anything for our listeners [TS]

  but suffice it to say that this movie [TS]

  runs one hour 16 minutes and eight [TS]

  seconds and roughly 15 minutes and 47 of [TS]

  that is stock footage so that's about a [TS]

  quarter of the film that's listen if you [TS]

  can call it that well some of it was [TS]

  shot for the movie like all thats best [TS]

  footage and I think the driving footage [TS]

  was also that's true ok maybe I should [TS]

  have more charitably can say that 15 [TS]

  minutes and 47 seconds is just people [TS]

  going from one place to another using [TS]

  some form of transportation / wholly [TS]

  inappropriate music she knew how to ride [TS]

  it [TS]

  okay i have really got the sale yet [TS]

  we'll get there and I have a strong [TS]

  opinion about lately I have to we got to [TS]

  dr. nader yet [TS]

  yes Jon Lovitz appearing effeminate [TS]

  Nosferatu icici i'm going to disagree [TS]

  with the characterization of as Jon [TS]

  Lovitz is much more like dr. evil but he [TS]

  is he definitely looks like a Dracula [TS]

  and there's the Princess of Mars because [TS]

  we've discovered that the from Mars will [TS]

  they only refer to it as their planet [TS]

  and she did Princess of Mars is dressed [TS]

  up sort of like Cleopatra and they are [TS]

  in their spaceship and he is dr. [TS]

  dr.nader and what a great name for a [TS]

  character in this movie I think that [TS]

  Destiny's yeah [TS]

  dr. ass man yes so million well yes this [TS]

  unit you're the one who found when we [TS]

  should trivia we found on the internet [TS]

  go ahead sore because I know that it's [TS]

  impossible for we listen to this podcast [TS]

  to look up things on the internet it's a [TS]

  plan for us it should i landed let us [TS]

  know I have this the whole come and [TS]

  watch the guy had looked up the cast was [TS]

  like these must all be you know C&D [TS]

  movie actors and never do anything again [TS]

  which wasn't true [TS]

  I'm sure why do I know this guy why [TS]

  don't know the sky yes he's a famous [TS]

  seinfeld single episode like 10 second [TS]

  appearance but memorable face it also [TS]

  features jeans Karim is Caitlyn's to be [TS]

  mr. pathmark the the face of pathmark [TS]

  grocery stores for 20 years own new york [TS]

  new jersey that to me James Karen will [TS]

  always be the boss on poltergeist to the [TS]

  definer of Indian burial grounds that [TS]

  great transformation is the house sort [TS]

  of folds in on itself and his face will [TS]

  forever be burned into my memory from [TS]

  that I want to quibble with the [TS]

  description of dr. eight years at [TS]

  Dracula he's clearly a Nosferatu okay [TS]

  sure sure [TS]

  alright i still I'm still leader John [TS]

  love isn't a nose for auto what kind of [TS]

  Dracula well yeah he's a kind of fraud [TS]

  to is a ripoff Dracula that doesn't want [TS]

  to pay from Stoker any model right but [TS]

  it's it's the ears in the here yeah and [TS]

  she looks like Cleopatra yeah [TS]

  yes no more old TV serial or a movie [TS]

  serial princess like the setup was she [TS]

  talked and she talks like like the [TS]

  princess of the undersea city or an [TS]

  underground city in that a movie that we [TS]

  remove random Empire yeah I i saw that [TS]

  connection to i'm still going Jon Lovitz [TS]

  for nadir though i'm alright it's really [TS]

  blows the the blows the rocket out of [TS]

  the sky there's this little this little [TS]

  smirk on his face that it's just it's [TS]

  just all a hundred percent Jon Lovitz [TS]

  and it's also fantastic sort of devil [TS]

  Jon Lovitz that Jon Lovitz yeah she's [TS]

  exactly [TS]

  ok he's way better than anyone else in [TS]

  the movies right yeah especially well [TS]

  beyond wonderful fish is very [TS]

  entertaining so they're they're they're [TS]

  coming from Mars to the earth there [TS]

  hovering over the earth of the [TS]

  indeterminate location that apparently [TS]

  is very close so they can land very [TS]

  quickly [TS]

  well they've been attracted by the [TS]

  gigantic radar dish that we saw in the [TS]

  first 10 yesterday they have received [TS]

  they have received radio signals and [TS]

  then a missile is set up by somebody and [TS]

  they blow it up my they have launched a [TS]

  missile attack it may be aimed at US [TS]

  isn't a mission to another planet [TS]

  another missile attack [TS]

  well that's what happens we don't want [TS]

  this one oh I think that's the same [TS]

  message I think we just cut back earlier [TS]

  yes II always what this is regarding of [TS]

  anything was right [TS]

  this is one of those are alias six hours [TS]

  earlier things like that but that's an [TS]

  application blew up to things and and [TS]

  really I think it was only there so we [TS]

  could see that smart a second time [TS]

  because it was so great [TS]

  the other thing i love about the two of [TS]

  them aside from all the transit scenes [TS]

  is there a lot of scenes of a human [TS]

  Cleopatra sharing looks and meaningful [TS]

  looks and then we're looks and its it's [TS]

  like long stretches of looking later [TS]

  later I've got a note down there is a [TS]

  wonderful scene later where where they [TS]

  they finish their dialogue and she kind [TS]

  of purses her lips yeah and then they [TS]

  have to look at each other and it just [TS]

  stays one again like everything in this [TS]

  movie every shot this movie goes on many [TS]

  dates do but that's that moment I [TS]

  thought was kind of hilarious that [TS]

  they're both like rah ah looking at each [TS]

  other and variable have notes later in [TS]

  the movie to say who is dr. nader [TS]

  talking to and then who is he looking at [TS]

  is using audio why is he looking at the [TS]

  screen it's the yellow anyway so there [TS]

  they blow up the the space probe or [TS]

  today and cut to surf guitar is rocket [TS]

  we're in NASA on Florida's swing space [TS]

  coast as a car with it looks like four [TS]

  people sitting across the back so [TS]

  obvious is elastomeric for military [TS]

  brass to right around cram for to [TS]

  vaccine Florida forget the camera in the [TS]

  front seat and with blinds covering the [TS]

  back window so you can see where they [TS]

  are for the turtle shot just like in [TS]

  venetian blinds inside the car [TS]

  yeah why not you've never been to [TS]

  Florida here's the line i like the [TS]

  general says how you doing miss grant my [TS]

  responses [TS]

  well besides being crammed behind two [TS]

  large been in a motel room on wheels but [TS]

  she has no response to that she just [TS]

  stares like I'm not doing so good it [TS]

  makes a strange expression we only hear [TS]

  the surf guitar in the external shot [TS]

  which are cut intercut with the internal [TS]

  that was one of the great things then [TS]

  they had a little moment and then it's [TS]

  like more than ordinary and then come [TS]

  back and they'll be like a line of [TS]

  dialogue that is punctuated by cut [TS]

  outside there's more guitar but this is [TS]

  a case where the location footage is [TS]

  completely extraneous yeah I enjoyed it [TS]

  yes are you watching a movie you know [TS]

  where there's a lot of shots of nineteen [TS]

  seventies Times Square going like our [TS]

  kids through cocoa beach and stuff like [TS]

  that they're rolling up the road to get [TS]

  2 to Kennedy Space Center and I i I've [TS]

  gone up that road I'm like yep that's [TS]

  right the one that made me laugh out [TS]

  loud with that line of dialogue that was [TS]

  how much longer [TS]

  five minutes baba in a real-time and [TS]

  look how much longer before we reach a [TS]

  Space Center sergeant about five minutes [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  the best bet is you think it's gonna be [TS]

  over when they get to the gate of the [TS]

  Space Center and they sort of slow down [TS]

  a little bit then the cards comes on the [TS]

  role and we got at least another 30 [TS]

  seconds or buildings to see at the Space [TS]

  Center that but finally they get the [TS]

  Space Center and met the guy who's [TS]

  playing the surf guitar has to take a [TS]

  break so we got time for a hastily [TS]

  called a press conference so realistic [TS]

  that but they are announcing that [TS]

  they're sending a man to Mars and no [TS]

  mass conference with for reporters [TS]

  that's the entire coverage for the man [TS]

  to Mars the worst reporters in the world [TS]

  by they are sitting in the uncompleted [TS]

  heaters in the back of the room [TS]

  it's basically like those seams in the [TS]

  Martian it's essentially like that [TS]

  except totally not guys and we meet [TS]

  Colonel Frank Saunders who is our new [TS]

  our new Mars commander he's been picked [TS]

  by NASA computer and they say as a [TS]

  finalist as it as the finest a person [TS]

  for us to send tomorrow [TS]

  oh and good journalism i love the jury [TS]

  was gonna wait a minute I'm diversity [TS]

  report i've been covering this for a [TS]

  long time why would you say it's like [TS]

  that was you know i'm shy i guess i'm [TS]

  shy type and then he and then they [TS]

  freeze frame of the camera and I think [TS]

  there's been a horrible error in the [TS]

  film but actually beautiful zooms in on [TS]

  him but it turns out that he he has [TS]

  stopped moving and they can we clear the [TS]

  room and then we get a really great NASA [TS]

  PR handling moment when the the [TS]

  marketing guy basically says he drinks [TS]

  on me at the officers lounge and all the [TS]

  journalists like well okay that sounds [TS]

  journalists don't mind the guy going [TS]

  completely catatonic to get back to the [TS]

  journalists in the journal all doubt [TS]

  looking down taking notes they don't [TS]

  notice [TS]

  yea though i don't know i just other [TS]

  that was super beautifully creepy like [TS]

  it was actually great creepy moment [TS]

  however his smile is definitely very [TS]

  creepy it does it [TS]

  is frozen zoomed-in but it turns out [TS]

  that they just take off like his hair [TS]

  and he has like computer parts in the [TS]

  brain so the answer is robot then [TS]

  Frankenstein a parent was more of a [TS]

  cyborg I think that was really what is [TS]

  gonna sleep or but I said he's an extra [TS]

  row but they clearly say the things that [TS]

  we roll with rubies right so he's a [TS]

  realtor not-so-pleasant yeah the jury's [TS]

  out on whether he's a robot but [TS]

  definitely a robot a robot [TS]

  yeah well yes but they they get him back [TS]

  be pulling back into the like doctors [TS]

  room and they say something about like [TS]

  they have problems with the humidity is [TS]

  like okay you've gotta wrote you gotta [TS]

  robots in florida and you decide where [TS]

  he saved to show to the press [TS]

  yeah but he's got a problem with [TS]

  humidity he can't make it through a [TS]

  five-minute press conference but he'll [TS]

  be fine in our community in space it's [TS]

  it's a dry heat up there [TS]

  let's take a brief break from the space [TS]

  monster and tell you about the sponsor [TS]

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  return to the space monster [TS]

  there's two things I like about the 1965 [TS]

  conception of robots first of all I'm [TS]

  not sure what the point of molding a [TS]

  plastic brain around all the resistors [TS]

  is since it's covered by a scalp anyway [TS]

  but it is kind of a good look [TS]

  yeah and and secondly i like that their [TS]

  idea of robot repair basically consists [TS]

  of prodding and his capacitors with a [TS]

  nail file they like moving back and [TS]

  forth a couple times short grounded out [TS]

  a little bit he's all better [TS]

  yeah that's what you doing the typing [TS]

  pool this is the point where i'll say [TS]

  I'll say again my notes are very clear [TS]

  he's technically not Frankenstein he's [TS]

  Frankenstein's astronaut okay just eat [TS]

  these Frank's lenders now you're okay [TS]

  with calling dr. Napier Dracula this [TS]

  guy's way closer to Frankenstein was not [TS]

  somebody else's brain later he's much [TS]

  closer I guess technically he's he's [TS]

  Adam steals astronaut i'm not a frank [TS]

  it's not but you're right as rain would [TS]

  I like her [TS]

  freeze frankenstein-like don't really [TS]

  get the point of putting Frankenstein in [TS]

  your title if you're not going to have [TS]

  Frankenstein you get none of the [TS]

  benefits of having Frankenstein but all [TS]

  the legal hassles what legal hassles man [TS]

  its public Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley [TS]

  is famously litigious pretty pretty much [TS]

  your whole benefit is the people who [TS]

  were too dumb to watch the trailer and [TS]

  go wait that's not Frankenstein she [TS]

  could be shot in that blankets they [TS]

  could have called Colonel Frank Stein [TS]

  for [TS]

  yeah I'm saying that would have been [TS]

  close i would have been really cares [TS]

  anyway but but this this completely [TS]

  human-like robot is able to be [TS]

  controlled by um like white TV clicker [TS]

  it turns out apparently while he's in [TS]

  space as well get all complexity of [TS]

  human behavior can be controlled by a [TS]

  little white TV clicker it's an ansible [TS]

  apple is working on that [TS]

  no yeah it's a i like i like that and [TS]

  that leads to a very funny line later in [TS]

  the film that will that will guess yes I [TS]

  then we enter a new montage of stock [TS]

  footage about astronauts taking off with [TS]

  launch video with a song with sort of [TS]

  more doors like I guess a little more [TS]

  psychedelic area needles mere numbers [TS]

  that we're gonna be but actually it's [TS]

  got service fighter pilots now you [TS]

  skipped right past the NASA transfer van [TS]

  which i think is the star of the movie [TS]

  right there entertaining i agree i've [TS]

  never seen that before they appear to [TS]

  have taken stock footage that nobody [TS]

  else use which is at least putting some [TS]

  effort into I agree [TS]

  well they want they they left no stone [TS]

  unturned did I thought if they could use [TS]

  in this movie but it's 1965 it's [TS]

  entirely possible some random dude just [TS]

  has NASA transfer van painted on the [TS]

  side of his vehicle that's possible is [TS]

  the ice cream man in Cocoa Beach Florida [TS]

  just clean it's great is as you drive [TS]

  along it plays the Star Trek theme it's [TS]

  awesome [TS]

  also I i'm amused that they call this [TS]

  mission the Mayflower to which ok it's [TS]

  just a robot going to Mars I don't know [TS]

  why we call it Mayflower to the pilgrims [TS]

  robots [TS]

  it's when astronauts astronauts are [TS]

  watching avidly the launch on a little [TS]

  TV set which doesn't seem quite like [TS]

  Mission Control to me it seems it seems [TS]

  kinda low love this funny idea that they [TS]

  might have snuck in and shot some [TS]

  footage in around things somewhat stock [TS]

  footage somewhat is they got a stolen [TS]

  Nazi and so I don't know some parts of [TS]

  them like I'm not sure how they really [TS]

  got upset i think NASA cooperated with [TS]

  them for somehow I think they had a [TS]

  visitor's pass because the car they show [TS]

  driving around Florida seems to be part [TS]

  of the production and I see that you're [TS]

  going through the gate to get into NASA [TS]

  itself so we're going into kennedy space [TS]

  center and [TS]

  exactly difficulty well well maybe they [TS]

  thought this would NASA thought this [TS]

  would enhance the space program it would [TS]

  be a big boost in the public relations [TS]

  department [TS]

  yeah you got Frankenstein you say well [TS]

  it could be someone related to space [TS]

  commander you're not so sure on the [TS]

  space monster where we're not entirely [TS]

  sold on fridays like beats the space [TS]

  blanket shine isn't the then it's okay i [TS]

  trust that guy [TS]

  they're not fighting they're just [TS]

  meeting it's fun so the Martians are [TS]

  watching dr meteors watching and they [TS]

  decided to convince their attack on on [TS]

  this this launch as the as the rocket [TS]

  containing the robot goes up Frank the [TS]

  robot one of my favorite lines of [TS]

  dialogue from this movie said which is [TS]

  we did it Adam we proved that science [TS]

  and military could accomplish the [TS]

  impossible [TS]

  unfortunately there's a malfunction all [TS]

  systems Frank request permission to [TS]

  abort and I'm thinking well I mean all [TS]

  systems are broken i think you pretty [TS]

  much need to come back home with that [TS]

  point all systems break because they've [TS]

  been attacked right i mean it's not like [TS]

  things ya blows up dr. Napier [TS]

  straight-out freaks out he thinks [TS]

  they're being attacked by a missile when [TS]

  it's just innocent robot it's just a [TS]

  missile attack [TS]

  yeah so the thing there's a huge [TS]

  explosion on the screen of the margins [TS]

  but Frank is still radioing back to [TS]

  earth which is dance then we get the [TS]

  pulsating parachute scene where more [TS]

  stock footage of NASA capsule deploying [TS]

  parachutes now I was concerned I mean [TS]

  they're the issue here is that the space [TS]

  aliens believe that they might have been [TS]

  seen right i mean that's why they have [TS]

  to blow this thing up so yes the key to [TS]

  keep a low profile i would think blowing [TS]

  up the rocket would not be your first [TS]

  move [TS]

  so i'm not sure about their motivations [TS]

  well there are 30 afraid that they've [TS]

  been spotted and they're being attacked [TS]

  and then they realize that while the [TS]

  princess gets very angry right that that [TS]

  that the this has been sold to her as a [TS]

  missile but it was obviously a spaceship [TS]

  and this could jeopardize everything she [TS]

  says [TS]

  fortunately her next her next command is [TS]

  very clear find him and destroy sure [TS]

  ok this is so they're going to land the [TS]

  ship on earth and i have i just want to [TS]

  point out when people like to make fun [TS]

  of how Star Trek has people flinging [TS]

  themselves around the ship to make it [TS]

  seem like the ship is shaking [TS]

  whenever they they say that it's really [TS]

  bad i recommend that you bring them to [TS]

  youtube where this familiar film is [TS]

  available in its entirety and make them [TS]

  see the scene where the ship is landing [TS]

  where it's literally like the director [TS]

  is saying to everybody just quiver your [TS]

  arms and legs slightly vibrating always [TS]

  but the scene where dr. nadir the [TS]

  princess slowly sit up to show that the [TS]

  gravity has returned to normal or [TS]

  whatever while the people in the [TS]

  background haven't moved at all and i [TS]

  like that scene that's good stuff this [TS]

  movie is all about realism em they [TS]

  picked the clearly visible edge of the [TS]

  bald caps on the guys to materially [TS]

  screen space alien that's a no human [TS]

  would wear his bald cap is that your [TS]

  particular and racial three you don't [TS]

  know what's on that they would cover [TS]

  their shame it's like it's like dwarf [TS]

  said about the Klingons like you don't [TS]

  want to know we don't talk about us [TS]

  because i like that they put the [TS]

  Cleopatra hat on the princess because [TS]

  they could never get a bald cap she [TS]

  probably has a decent amount of hair [TS]

  under there and there's no she wasn't [TS]

  going to put on those ears every time so [TS]

  now your princess [TS]

  yeah totally they'll and it's it's easy [TS]

  and they come out of their little [TS]

  cardboard geodesic dome thing and [TS]

  there's like a hunter there that they [TS]

  laser to death because he immediately [TS]

  shoot that well there there there it's [TS]

  Florida and we're already a salient [TS]

  that's what you do in Florida as they [TS]

  ever stand your ground against earth you [TS]

  know aliens standard earth ground laws [TS]

  yep and your earth interterra really [TS]

  stand your earth it's that simple so [TS]

  that you know there's that there's a [TS]

  frank is also crashed at this point of [TS]

  course and they they shoot their lasers [TS]

  at Frank to try and kill him too because [TS]

  this is the whole reason they've landed [TS]

  is to is to get get our friends and will [TS]

  destroy and destroy him and he gets all [TS]

  burned inside of his face gets melted so [TS]

  he looks super Frankensteiner at this [TS]

  point and the best part here is that as [TS]

  soon as he blows up he turns his head to [TS]

  the right and and freezes in that [TS]

  position for about 15 to 20 seconds so [TS]

  we can see the awesome makeup effects [TS]

  yep yeah also by the way we're not in [TS]

  Florida anymore they did it turns out [TS]

  that landed in Puerto Rico and there's a [TS]

  very nice palm tree by the way that's [TS]

  right next to where the spaceship landed [TS]

  it's a good landmark for people so [TS]

  let's see the the they can implement [TS]

  their plans if detected we've heard [TS]

  again about the Martian plans there's a [TS]

  really nice bit of redundant dialogue [TS]

  where nadir says shall I initiate the [TS]

  preliminary pre takeoff procedures and [TS]

  she says proceed with the procedures [TS]

  ok what's going to be careful [TS]

  the preliminary pre preliminary [TS]

  procedure procedures and here's what we [TS]

  learned that sort of the leader of the [TS]

  the other aliens aboard the ship is [TS]

  smashing pumpkins billy corgan which is [TS]

  uh yeah early appearance by him [TS]

  yeah like my face another great line [TS]

  he's unconscious but here's what he told [TS]

  us he is busy this is where they the the [TS]

  wear of the princess really is chewing [TS]

  the scenery and then baby they have that [TS]

  hilarious thing where they look they [TS]

  give each other a look which is pretty [TS]

  nice but in order to punish the the guy [TS]

  who is allowed Frank to get away they [TS]

  say bring him to mall who is as you do [TS]

  when you're flying a spaceship on an [TS]

  invasion of another planet [TS]

  you keep a monster with you in a Cell [TS]

  you never know when you're gonna need [TS]

  him did they were explained why they [TS]

  have a monster though because it the [TS]

  movie title i think that's the answer I [TS]

  I when we saw the first time I went oh I [TS]

  wonder if that's the space monster [TS]

  spoiler it is i will say that the it I [TS]

  we didn't talk about this but the [TS]

  opening credits where we see the [TS]

  silhouette of the space monster in the [TS]

  background are actually pretty good only [TS]

  when you get your space monster costume [TS]

  up that closely it actually looks pretty [TS]

  solid [TS]

  I credit design the font design it's [TS]

  it's actually quite lovely and at the [TS]

  end the end credits a nice the titles [TS]

  were designed by everage shazam which is [TS]

  my favorite credit ironing ever really [TS]

  underground remember color [TS]

  unfortunately he now has to go by effort [TS]

  Captain Marvel there was a lawsuit [TS]

  yeah alas the credits do not tell us [TS]

  because he is uncredited that the man in [TS]

  the monster suit is none other than [TS]

  Bruce Hellion Glover father of Crispin [TS]

  wow there's a little bit of trivia for [TS]

  the night [TS]

  rise so my mom with my logic problem [TS]

  here is she sent this guy to death logic [TS]

  problem here yes here the residuary this [TS]

  time code [TS]

  trying to figure out this whole thing [TS]

  when she gives us the exposition about [TS]

  you know the planet was put a corrupted [TS]

  by the nuclear war and they repopulated [TS]

  and like I think there's six guys right [TS]

  now or seven and she kills one of them [TS]

  because he's incompetent thinking this [TS]

  does not help you what her issue is [TS]

  there's only one lady and it's her [TS]

  that's why they have to get more ladies [TS]

  so she doesn't have dr. dear on her [TS]

  we have won the war but we have no women [TS]

  says a woman yeah thicker legs into the [TS]

  purpose it could be like an aunt or [TS]

  something yeah they need more they need [TS]

  more women apparently and this is never [TS]

  explain why humans and Martians can I [TS]

  can mate and that they know there are [TS]

  humans they just need to go get them [TS]

  that's weird because they didn't know [TS]

  there were humans at the beginning of [TS]

  time be nice [TS]

  ya know that tracking their tracking the [TS]

  signal from the radar dish and so they [TS]

  assume that intelligent life is on the [TS]

  planet so they figure well it's probably [TS]

  made able means intelligent i can meet [TS]

  with it really was sixty seventy percent [TS]

  likelihood that's basically the [TS]

  definition of intelligence as far as I'm [TS]

  concerned [TS]

  sure he may double that's good so Frank [TS]

  in a horror movie tradition Frank finds [TS]

  two kids in a car [TS]

  yeah but the boys got it all wait guys [TS]

  kind of older than a kid though it's coo [TS]

  i don't know it's indicating honest here [TS]

  that's too just very old kid it's [TS]

  typical driving along [TS]

  yeah and uh and the the guy gets out and [TS]

  i'm not quite sure what he does is he [TS]

  like many different scents him with the [TS]

  boat with like a bowling ball or [TS]

  something just to do about your mom or [TS]

  something i'm not really Frank strangles [TS]

  that yeah and enrolled which of these [TS]

  rules are doing the screaming is [TS]

  effective because she just screams and [TS]

  screams and screams and doesn't move and [TS]

  just sit in the car and Frank is finally [TS]

  like basically enough with the screaming [TS]

  any leaves like I can't deal with this [TS]

  i'm sorry it's weird that this astronaut [TS]

  robot immediately goes on the killings [TS]

  rub it was gonna be this a strobe it [TS]

  immediately goes on a killing spree as [TS]

  you were supposed to be rooting for him [TS]

  instead of the space monster but the [TS]

  space monster didn't hurt anybody [TS]

  well he's redeemed later but he's right [TS]

  now he's been the explosion has set in [TS]

  office all is explained in the [TS]

  exposition section of the movie it is [TS]

  that you mention that he can experience [TS]

  pain which seems like a weird thing to [TS]

  design in [TS]

  it really does no no pee is a good [TS]

  corrective so you don't do things that [TS]

  would endanger your body well they [TS]

  didn't seem too bothered by it when they [TS]

  were jabbing his resistors for the nail [TS]

  file earlier it's just well that doesn't [TS]

  hurt [TS]

  this wasn't just his braids so our [TS]

  friend dr. Steele at this point explains [TS]

  to his sisters carefully actually wrote [TS]

  down the names of the characters in this [TS]

  thing Adam isn't Adam steel seal you [TS]

  wrote down the name of every actor [TS]

  it's a shame that Josie listen here [TS]

  those are the people he explains to [TS]

  Karen that that if he got wounded he [TS]

  would be a blank and Astro but with no [TS]

  knowledge we get that very clearly here [TS]

  and and my note here is that Adam steel [TS]

  seems about as convincing as well he's [TS]

  reading all this dialogue is the [TS]

  professor on gilligan's island where [TS]

  there is a great line where she says [TS]

  what you're saying is he could turn into [TS]

  a Frankenstein done down to which adam [TS]

  Steele says well technically I it would [TS]

  be a Frankenstein's monster and then she [TS]

  punches him and I wish that happened ep [TS]

  it doesn't instead we cut back to Frank [TS]

  who has founded a nice man whose [TS]

  chopping things is opening a coconut [TS]

  with a machete [TS]

  yeah and he's shetty Torah bleep machete [TS]

  to death by the Astro but says that [TS]

  looks fun and he proceeded to open the [TS]

  dude with a machete [TS]

  uh-huh well like the coconut shies [TS]

  exactly what Frankenstein would do so [TS]

  yeah he's a Frankenstein or Dracula and [TS]

  Frankenstein is what i'm saying is this [TS]

  where he lurches under the to look into [TS]

  the beach yes so we so the same Beach [TS]

  seem so windy it's so windy I'm like [TS]

  like visit Puerto Rico where the winds [TS]

  will tear your skin off at the beach [TS]

  it's funny I had a similar i also was [TS]

  workshopping some marketing materials [TS]

  for Puerto Rico tourism Glenn mine says [TS]

  exciting puerto rico a girl in a bikini [TS]

  sits uncomfortably in the water while [TS]

  aboard man read the newspaper on the [TS]

  beach and this is an older gentleman and [TS]

  and this and never seen I have never [TS]

  seen such as my line was I've never seen [TS]

  a heterosexual man look with such [TS]

  disinterest at a woman and everything [TS]

  had a pretty a pretty blonde and looking [TS]

  also they don't speak because these are [TS]

  asteroids and they're not allowed to [TS]

  speak dialogue pay them if the rhythms [TS]

  it's been clear since one of the very [TS]

  first seems that nothing nothing is [TS]

  recorded on set like there's a guy right [TS]

  in the union says I'm hanging up they [TS]

  just walked in [TS]

  yeah yes voices anywhere close to his [TS]

  mouth but this lady in the water it's [TS]

  like she posed where she thought it [TS]

  would look nice when the water wave over [TS]

  her and then to wait two hours for the [TS]

  tide to come in [TS]

  yeah he's nowhere near it no no and when [TS]

  she screamed she screams with her her [TS]

  face turned away from the camera so this [TS]

  may be stock footage actually footage of [TS]

  them to bikini everybody says you know [TS]

  of like a guy in a goofy hat and a girl [TS]

  in a bikini getting blown up by spaces i [TS]

  live by space lasers yeah this check [TS]

  your phone you probably got so yeah this [TS]

  is this is this isn't Frank is that this [TS]

  is the old ones are here is this frank [TS]

  or the aliens the aliens [TS]

  yeah they laid the laser the laser [TS]

  guidance and they and they take the girl [TS]

  right but um but he never he sees aliens [TS]

  surround him and he never says a word [TS]

  because he contractually was not allowed [TS]

  to [TS]

  it's because approach them in a very [TS]

  menacing fashion no yeah like mother [TS]

  actually was surely they could have even [TS]

  less populated place in this order to [TS]

  help repopulate the planet [TS]

  yeah look like it's it's a super weird [TS]

  seem especially since they don't speak [TS]

  and its really uncomfortable and of all [TS]

  that this may be one of the least [TS]

  comfortable scenes ever featuring a [TS]

  blonde in a bikini on beach it is not it [TS]

  is distressing it is really really weird [TS]

  that the site is coming to find anything [TS]

  to use glass at the beach from a laser [TS]

  of some sort and therefore it can't be [TS]

  frank a space laser let's see if yes [TS]

  displays the moon laser it has been [TS]

  found these around Los Alamos at some [TS]

  point apparently oh yes we actually saw [TS]

  some last week its nuclear cool it's [TS]

  it's called Trinitite at least from [TS]

  their nuclear space lasers [TS]

  oh yeah i forgot to point out that when [TS]

  the princess is explaining in great [TS]

  detail to the crew the plans that they [TS]

  no doubt already know about we we get [TS]

  our are cameo are required nineteen [TS]

  sixties cameo from atomic war this [TS]

  aliens have left their planet because [TS]

  atomic war has devastated and these are [TS]

  all these are all that's left [TS]

  yep sad bald cap wearing individuals and [TS]

  princes [TS]

  meanwhile Franco's medicine women and we [TS]

  get some nice dialogue where karen says [TS]

  Frank has become so real so real to me [TS]

  I'm worried too which doctors [TS]

  he'll just simply replies nobody's gonna [TS]

  ruin 10 years of my life's work [TS]

  so is this where Frank hides behind a [TS]

  wall because there's a woman with an [TS]

  awesome i'm not sure you can really call [TS]

  it menacing there's a limit sweeping he [TS]

  stands on a wall and another woman [TS]

  approaches and he runs away [TS]

  welcome to the drinking of killing her [TS]

  maybe he's just mounting the wall [TS]

  he's probably curious about senior [TS]

  running trainer with a broom actually to [TS]

  be honest but then he sees a second [TS]

  woman help I gotta get out of your other [TS]

  side would continue women they could [TS]

  take these it [TS]

  this leads us to hear it is it would [TS]

  let's talk we can talk about it we have [TS]

  you ate Alaska music that plays a solid [TS]

  style as as a friend at 10 is Karen and [TS]

  an atom ride there right there scooter [TS]

  yes and my note here is that it's [TS]

  weirdly romantic this is the cut that [TS]

  you know sheet she works for him and now [TS]

  all of a sudden she's kind of hugging [TS]

  him and and there's this you know [TS]

  romantic kind of beetle ask music [TS]

  playing which it seems inappropriate for [TS]

  which you're searching the streets of [TS]

  san juan for a murderous Frankenstein [TS]

  you know and love just blooms naturally [TS]

  on a Vespa you know [TS]

  yeah your item once and suddenly I think [TS]

  that looks like a fun place to write a [TS]

  vest along with another place worth it [TS]

  has nothing to do with the movie but i [TS]

  enjoy the sequence because that's a cool [TS]

  best but they look like they're actually [TS]

  don't look like they're having fun at [TS]

  first to have into hunting the songs a [TS]

  nice [TS]

  the thing that got me is this scene fits [TS]

  perfectly in a scooby-doo and edit out [TS]

  the first is that last scene is the one [TS]

  where they're well we'll get to it all [TS]

  pointed out later but yeah it's it's [TS]

  just the sort of montage united states i [TS]

  would say this song has more of an oven [TS]

  Everly Brothers feel to it the people's [TS]

  feelings [TS]

  right okay yeah mommy's little chat with [TS]

  covered a lot of ground i was thinking [TS]

  you know the early early [TS]

  yes you don't like meet the Beatles 0 [TS]

  yeah well the movies from 1965 so it's [TS]

  probably shot very close to meet people [TS]

  assume i would like to criticize the [TS]

  Vesper riding every please your honor [TS]

  here this guy has never ridden a value [TS]

  is a nobody should ever write a Vespa [TS]

  know I have a best time I enjoy very [TS]

  much but this guy i would like to [TS]

  criticize Monty at this both get in line [TS]

  with sarah recognizes zealots he's [TS]

  writing very slowly at first and at [TS]

  least twice doesn't absolutely does not [TS]

  seem to know it has a kickstand at one [TS]

  point he leads it the whole vespa [TS]

  against the nearest vertical object he [TS]

  gets better at the best but later but I [TS]

  am pretty sure they handed him the best [TS]

  but minutes before the season started [TS]

  said ride this with her on it and he's [TS]

  terrified he does look a little nervous [TS]

  we're not going very fast right now we [TS]

  have two minutes and 10 seconds of the [TS]

  distant cousins to get through [TS]

  yeah we can hear through san juan no [TS]

  only send an extra days to write it on a [TS]

  rough road through puddles and stopped [TS]

  suddenly and he does not do weight of [TS]

  that I just imagine that there you know [TS]

  many years later they tell their kids [TS]

  well we fell in love in san juan when [TS]

  the military fluence there on the jet [TS]

  because our Frankenstein crash-landed it [TS]

  was killing people they did you look [TS]

  very relaxed considering the writing off [TS]

  to save their robot from certain [TS]

  destruction [TS]

  yeah I may have had some cuba libre days [TS]

  before continuing the but that the the [TS]

  mood is broken by lots of theremin music [TS]

  and immediately places to home battle [TS]

  borrow [TS]

  well suddenly becomes like an extended [TS]

  music video yeah reason like this [TS]

  transition neatly into that it's it's [TS]

  it's really weird their screams Frank is [TS]

  there he he's got that neat cave later [TS]

  he keeps walking kind of doing the mike [TS]

  myers elevator thing walking down into [TS]

  and what [TS]

  yeah yeah buddy Adam warrants warns [TS]

  Karen remember he's a he's a robot not a [TS]

  man as cheesy apologizes for saying the [TS]

  wrong thing at that point in me and then [TS]

  he attaches alligator clips and starts [TS]

  poking the second mile down this cave [TS]

  and they're like poking around his brain [TS]

  yeah and it certainly like he was [TS]

  playing like your birds into him his [TS]

  plane operated his song they say they do [TS]

  manage to calm him down a bit though as [TS]

  yesterday brought his brain [TS]

  maybe your arms down energy says Karen [TS]

  to go get general Bowers off by herself [TS]

  they completely oddly awkward spot where [TS]

  she leaves just serve skipper click [TS]

  yep they barely know each other or [TS]

  anything i don't know i guess i'll leave [TS]

  then just kind of walk out display cave [TS]

  and so she's off to get to this is [TS]

  probably a man in robots and he's down [TS]

  there taking care of Israel but [TS]

  meanwhile back at the palm tree the the [TS]

  Martians have sent out there there are [TS]

  me to get more women and this is the [TS]

  scene that I like to call a hard day's [TS]

  night meets the space monster hell yeah [TS]

  yeah yeah [TS]

  then this is the one that that reminded [TS]

  me again of scooby-doo because it's like [TS]

  I expected them to get into a hallway [TS]

  where they were running back and forth [TS]

  between all sorts of different doors [TS]

  rate it was that weird manic its anyway [TS]

  it's a bunch bit but of course it's the [TS]

  it's Frankenstein Meets The space [TS]

  sponsor so they don't have they have [TS]

  like a camera at the other end of the [TS]

  pool right the way the shot is framed [TS]

  there's a party shooting are on the [TS]

  diving board [TS]

  yeah across the diving board there are [TS]

  there like four people in the pool and [TS]

  then there are a lot of people packed in [TS]

  a very small space between the back of [TS]

  the house well to be honest Jason I'm [TS]

  not certain their people but there are a [TS]

  lot of butts on the other side yeah [TS]

  we're just assuming there's people are [TS]

  after those mostly all we can see is [TS]

  this would be willing rights while while [TS]

  some more beetle ask music plays my [TS]

  notes and now closed up some butts and [TS]

  then like 20 ! [TS]

  the scientists reported seeing the [TS]

  opening of the woman in the bikini-clad [TS]

  strangely no reaction we access was [TS]

  evaluating her definitely Corrigan [TS]

  really are minors no no literally hurts [TS]

  it gets cold by the clearance paper [TS]

  industry bring her and she turns around [TS]

  yeah she's completely unconcerned that [TS]

  she's on this ship she isn't so because [TS]

  she doesn't say anything but she's not a [TS]

  lot this is not a ready when they could [TS]

  have had her screen while she was facing [TS]

  the other direction now did this movie [TS]

  really have such rigorous contracts that [TS]

  people had to get paid more if they [TS]

  spoke well i think i don't know i think [TS]

  that's like standard procedure right a [TS]

  speaking part pays more you're an extra [TS]

  but not certainly speed on what they [TS]

  were in a film yeah that's why you get [TS]

  paid extra if they're in a bikini but if [TS]

  they're terrible and they say don't [TS]

  speak or they were they were shot on [TS]

  location in san juan and didn't speak [TS]

  English that's all that's also possible [TS]

  that's right because they don't they [TS]

  don't speak regardless you're right it [TS]

  is a super creepy see look I mean [TS]

  they're at this is a movie from the [TS]

  mid-sixties there it is it there is [TS]

  plenty o sexism throughout it but I i [TS]

  will say the plot of the Martians [TS]

  basically assaulting women and dragging [TS]

  them back to the spaceship kind of [TS]

  uncomfortable but it's it's matched by V [TS]

  scene where the princess basically tells [TS]

  the blonde from the in a bikini too kind [TS]

  of twirl around and then like lift her [TS]

  arms up and then put them back their own [TS]

  series and all the way should leave them [TS]

  slightly just part of the way it was a [TS]

  very small set let ya know when to shut [TS]

  the cardboard cardboard on the ramp [TS]

  I appreciate how small that set is [TS]

  because it for once you can actually [TS]

  imagine that this being the inside of [TS]

  that exterior of the spit of the flying [TS]

  saucer [TS]

  yeah sure it is interesting that the [TS]

  princess has say on which of the bikini [TS]

  girls are our quality enough to stick [TS]

  around [TS]

  well i mean i think what was clears me [TS]

  dear approves of all of them [TS]

  well yeah so she's like no no I got [TS]

  standard see we talk about ordering the [TS]

  the epic purification seen as which is [TS]

  coming coming up but first the pool [TS]

  party and I don't know why they laser [TS]

  that the guy on the diving boards death [TS]

  because he should have but one time too [TS]

  many standing on the diving board doing [TS]

  his butt shake so he's lasered and [TS]

  explodes and then all the spaceman come [TS]

  in and and fairly easily just take all [TS]

  the girls and walk away [TS]

  it seems like the sentiment from all of [TS]

  the guys at the party is so you guys in [TS]

  space helmets are gonna take off with [TS]

  all the women are well okay then [TS]

  Jorge see ya well they're a long way [TS]

  away that's like march the women this [TS]

  great distance there's a handful of them [TS]

  and they marched them in various states [TS]

  of dress and maybe this movie was made [TS]

  by the San Juan department of tourism [TS]

  and they want you to get the message [TS]

  women are just here for the takin let's [TS]

  come visit our strangely leaf forest in [TS]

  our fingers and our roads and our many [TS]

  swing and mud parties [TS]

  yes got my pick up a lady are clearly [TS]

  cold windy computer been pitches [TS]

  oh yeah okay electronic purification is [TS]

  next they they what does they use this [TS]

  to check the purity of the women that [TS]

  they're that they're testing a lot of [TS]

  there with we were checking the purity [TS]

  or with a purifying them this is about [TS]

  different things but they were purifying [TS]

  I thought no they should i think the [TS]

  princess are learning which ones are [TS]

  pure enough to stick around so maybe she [TS]

  didn't want me they go on the conveyor [TS]

  in my headcanon it's both if you don't [TS]

  everything I and you have a hit-and-run [TS]

  raids meeting space what are absolutely [TS]

  just what you have to just a patch up [TS]

  the plot so basically if you're not pure [TS]

  enough you are I guess choked off screen [TS]

  and if you are hearing up if you are [TS]

  pure enough they drape a fitted sheet [TS]

  over you and you slide down somewhere on [TS]

  its ok i love i love this scene i love [TS]

  the seamer dr. day he looks at her and [TS]

  she shakes her head no and he looks at [TS]

  the soldiers and he shakes his head and [TS]

  they accept bizarre cracking motion with [TS]

  his hand like you can snap the neck [TS]

  that's why i said yeah they're choking [TS]

  them to death or what they not just give [TS]

  her give her to the space monster [TS]

  yeah I'm it's well it's possible but [TS]

  it's there's not time for them to walk [TS]

  them i don't know maybe it's not that [TS]

  big ship I guess it's not that big of a [TS]

  ship they could easily belonging to the [TS]

  space monsters cage they seem to [TS]

  suddenly have a hundred women and their [TS]

  shipping off to some other part of the [TS]

  ship it's very confusing so so karen is [TS]

  also there and they discovered that she [TS]

  has the remote control that we saw [TS]

  before the controls Frank this is a very [TS]

  advanced looking mechanism for this is [TS]

  I do know Steve you got your gonna this [TS]

  is this is the best part you got you [TS]

  gotta put in the pause there because [TS]

  that is the who killed me [TS]

  this is a very advanced looking [TS]

  mechanism for the society we haven't [TS]

  analyzed it but it looks like it would [TS]

  be advanced so he was putting a little [TS]

  extra spin on the dialing up yet because [TS]

  it's stupid diet because the man is a [TS]

  professional that's what yep so I put [TS]

  her in the cage next to next to mall [TS]

  yes come on the space monster just a [TS]

  mall or mole or I are small mole malas [TS]

  and you're going to get mauled by the [TS]

  space monster maybe i was thinking like [TS]

  Carlos the moment our list them all just [TS]

  like that we never see him run this [TS]

  leads to a weird scene where they just [TS]

  sort of sit there and smile while sound [TS]

  effects play and it goes on for a long [TS]

  time they love smiling and looking [TS]

  yeah this and then of course the moment [TS]

  is very angry the space monster and it [TS]

  reaches out with her with well they [TS]

  didn't put her clothes without with her [TS]

  with her right so with his claws [TS]

  apparently his clothes are quite soft [TS]

  because it does no damage she's just [TS]

  sort of softly pulling gently pulling [TS]

  her maybe he's not so bad maybe she [TS]

  eventually falls asleep she's [TS]

  comfortable for lashes white this is [TS]

  quite soothing thank you massage the [TS]

  malls Claus it'sit's kong in fay wray [TS]

  it's you know you like sir again though [TS]

  i should say the space monster suit is [TS]

  far better than it needs to be for this [TS]

  film it is i wondered if it was from [TS]

  something else because it is a pretty [TS]

  good monster outfit I think he's kind of [TS]

  creepy weird and creepy and spooky it's [TS]

  uh it's from a very high-end bukit on [TS]

  theater club I at the dinner theater [TS]

  they have the sense not to show it too [TS]

  much just yet we close up and they don't [TS]

  get away right and then smartly when you [TS]

  see him later it's obscured by smoke as [TS]

  well so right yeah some some competence [TS]

  in in the filming of this movie into the [TS]

  indeed there's there's some of their [TS]

  this [TS]

  yeah there's something they had an idea [TS]

  of what they were trying to do you know [TS]

  I mentioned the dialogue recorded later [TS]

  but people do a pretty good job of [TS]

  matching it up with the lips mmm I've [TS]

  seen way worse [TS]

  that's a worse high praise for friends [TS]

  each minute that was Vincent Canby is [TS]

  pull quotes but this is where we get the [TS]

  alert to the army that something is [TS]

  going on in Puerto Rico there's a report [TS]

  of unusual civilians to which somebody [TS]

  says it's probably castro in that bunch [TS]

  which is strange topical references but [TS]

  this steve is where we get the the point [TS]

  that but generally you don't understand [TS]

  its code 24 general code 2400 yeah and [TS]

  so he's sitting there reading the paper [TS]

  you soon as this small happy look at [TS]

  that hotel room the whole time I just I [TS]

  mean I went into rifftrax mode where I'm [TS]

  just going to no man that Andy Capp [TS]

  beating his wife again what an adorable [TS]

  and and then is as having the phone [TS]

  calls like come on get it over with I [TS]

  want to go back to my paper read the [TS]

  funnies may doesn't make a serious until [TS]

  you find out you know it's kind of those [TS]

  code 20 but then once he understands [TS]

  it's serious he sent out all the stock [TS]

  footage the Army has dropped 20 for me a [TS]

  fighter Hillary's Piper Cub that's [TS]

  available with that he scrambled [TS]

  immediately [TS]

  Oh 24 means five or more minutes of [TS]

  b-roll helicopters that are clearly in [TS]

  Vietnam get them over here [TS]

  yep the proper problem get this crappy [TS]

  actually kept coming back to it yea even [TS]

  after they've shown us the fighter jet [TS]

  expect the best part of that prop plane [TS]

  footage is is where we get a shot from [TS]

  the prop plane and we hear nothing [TS]

  interesting down there [TS]

  yeah they're slaves down that looks like [TS]

  some trees from going home [TS]

  ah well it's you know the Army's mad now [TS]

  they've sent an airplane so watch out [TS]

  also I I have at this point I have to [TS]

  ask why just care and have the remote if [TS]

  then adam has to like grab hold Frank's [TS]

  hand and lead them along to take him [TS]

  somewhere I don't know why you would [TS]

  leave a remote control with the the [TS]

  robot I think about especially white is [TS]

  care and have the remote period he seems [TS]

  to work pretty well on his boat you know [TS]

  it doesn't he keeps killing people [TS]

  it's actually you know as its jostling [TS]

  around in her purse it's bumping into [TS]

  the differences but residents we're [TS]

  making him go [TS]

  killin printable kill button it's all [TS]

  because of practice identity but here's [TS]

  your problem the kill button in the back [TS]

  of Frank was set to on the accident yeah [TS]

  that I'm now starting to question [TS]

  whether he's really a robot with one of [TS]

  our remote-control can you be a robot [TS]

  you really just did you know I was just [TS]

  an emergency only an arson card that are [TS]

  over now he's designed to work on his [TS]

  own but in certain cases like when he's [TS]

  not I piloting a rocket so when he's in [TS]

  a press conference or on a beach then [TS]

  you need to take over manual control of [TS]

  them [TS]

  that's what that's why we see that that [TS]

  remote so frequently turning this film [TS]

  oh dear it's gonna look for other earth [TS]

  devices and Karen satchel what you come [TS]

  up with and that was that was redacted [TS]

  for the time they're earth device [TS]

  advanced looking devices [TS]

  yes d just makes a buzzing noise I don't [TS]

  understand some people out still goes to [TS]

  get general Bowers he picks up the [TS]

  scooter which is right there and you [TS]

  know what the surf guitar comes back [TS]

  whenever you're ready to serve scooter [TS]

  so that is a that is funny we also get [TS]

  form of the percent accurate by the way [TS]

  for ya for a movie that involves a [TS]

  Puerto Rico there's very little spanish [TS]

  but here we do get el telefone oh hello [TS]

  hello telephone oh yeah I become officer [TS]

  my favorite character in the movie [TS]

  absolutely no audible vulnerable leave [TS]

  LA tonight before we get to that guy can [TS]

  I complain about the dude who didn't [TS]

  know what telephone meant but didn't [TS]

  know what telephoto meant yeah you're [TS]

  not helping that you know I think he was [TS]

  just lying days I think he was just [TS]

  grieving the yeah the guy because he [TS]

  wanted to sell the drink happens the [TS]

  comm officer is great because basically [TS]

  Adam steel calls him and says there's an [TS]

  alien spaceship is like I don't think I [TS]

  cannot do that i don't think i can tell [TS]

  the general that he's just like you're [TS]

  you're you're crazy person like no [TS]

  listen here you tell him like alright [TS]

  well give it a try and then he you know [TS]

  he called that's right a spaceship [TS]

  controls a plane and the plane calls the [TS]

  general and federalism he is general up [TS]

  in the problem did the prop plane is [TS]

  root relaying the message to the general [TS]

  down in his jeep right who declares turn [TS]

  this Jeep around on this gene [TS]

  bow around and more importantly scramble [TS]

  all jets I feel like that the common [TS]

  officer has to be one of the stops that [TS]

  the filmmakers made to NASA to get them [TS]

  to you know give them NASA footage like [TS]

  okay sure we'll put one of your majors [TS]

  in the in the film he seems strangely [TS]

  capable and does not believe that there [TS]

  is a spaceship is that would be stupid [TS]

  he's not the best actor in the film and [TS]

  you'll probably the best character I [TS]

  kind of love ya I kind of love because [TS]

  he's he's basically sitting in the [TS]

  center of this film going [TS]

  no this is no this is felt alright i [TS]

  guess i'll say there's a spaceship but [TS]

  really the indigenous alright fine our [TS]

  answer right a spaceship that's right a [TS]

  spaceship I don't think I can relay a [TS]

  message like that but it's more there's [TS]

  more surf guitar at this point is got [TS]

  various guys run out to various cars in [TS]

  order to hold ya scramble the Jets we [TS]

  see cept for cars and the squad runs out [TS]

  of the building and gets into the car [TS]

  drives away to thinking surely they will [TS]

  show us that forever [TS]

  nope here comes the next round to get [TS]

  into that car is trying to get a reprise [TS]

  of that's the way it's got to be by the [TS]

  poets at this point which actually works [TS]

  pretty well from when they're running [TS]

  out in their cars and just kind of [TS]

  getting themselves into position [TS]

  it's literally like from a documentary [TS]

  about when the the fighter jet squadron [TS]

  is scrambled big very big lie to their [TS]

  cars and then go to their jets and we [TS]

  see it all all the Congress are loaded [TS]

  um Frank decides that he is going to see [TS]

  he's surrounded by spaceman he tries to [TS]

  use a stick to beat them to death but it [TS]

  doesn't work there too many of them and [TS]

  the robot gets knocked out somehow [TS]

  yes he died not sure how that works [TS]

  maybe his brain pan was jostles and yes [TS]

  someone questions and somebody's to prod [TS]

  one of those resistors immediately [TS]

  well the princess might have pushed a [TS]

  button on the thing later he takes he [TS]

  takes a lot of damage on his head later [TS]

  which I thought was pretty impressive [TS]

  given that he's brain is like just right [TS]

  under a wig with no hardshell of any [TS]

  kind but here he does get kinda like [TS]

  punked and he's 0 and many's a humidity [TS]

  well the humidity doesn't help you know [TS]

  because he's still that's it that's a [TS]

  bit a bug in the beta test you know one [TS]

  of those little silicon [TS]

  l packets underneath that plastic brain [TS]

  would have done one Minnesota don't you [TS]

  couldn't have launched him from Houston [TS]

  or something instead of Florida there [TS]

  that worried about a humidity is pretty [TS]

  human Houston to what you can launch [TS]

  from Houston but you have to have the [TS]

  press conference in Florida that's just [TS]

  that's where the four guys are that yeah [TS]

  that's because that's where the press [TS]

  corps is an American space program in [TS]

  the sixties was really not widely [TS]

  followed after drinks at the officer's [TS]

  club you don't want to press driving [TS]

  back you know home a little sauced and [TS]

  it's true there would be no coverage [TS]

  from that point on any of the space [TS]

  program [TS]

  Karen uh has to wake up Frank here to be [TS]

  shouting at him to get off he's been [TS]

  held [TS]

  he's been taken captive inside the [TS]

  spaceship and she still chained up next [TS]

  to the monster and she's trying to get [TS]

  him awake while there while ace a [TS]

  barrage of stock planes and and dead [TS]

  how are happening outside along with the [TS]

  firing of rockets because why not fire [TS]

  rockets at the spaceship when you find a [TS]

  spaceship what that when somebody tells [TS]

  you there's a spaceship [TS]

  what do you do fire rockets out [TS]

  naturally tip when they fired that [TS]

  spaceship up at the aliens the aliens [TS]

  immediately blew it up [TS]

  yeah this is how it worked in the [TS]

  sixties this is why we were in such dire [TS]

  geopolitical straight but the Rockets [TS]

  have no effect you know they're just [TS]

  they just aren't working [TS]

  although the Martians feel like they [TS]

  need to leave immediately we discovered [TS]

  india fears nuclear weapons [TS]

  yes that would destroy them that's not [TS]

  unusual though especially coming from a [TS]

  planet that has been leveled by atomic [TS]

  war [TS]

  you would think that the very least the [TS]

  Rockets would sort of do put out big [TS]

  divots and it might like tip the [TS]

  spaceship over something but it were [TS]

  just told that the Rockets cause they're [TS]

  we see some very small explosions happen [TS]

  around it but the spaceship is all [TS]

  divots to begin with [TS]

  that's true are they from Mars no I [TS]

  don't have noticed a nuclear war up [TS]

  there now I don't think anything [TS]

  happened to Mars now I think they're [TS]

  from some distant galaxies and it just [TS]

  happens that we're sending a guy up to [TS]

  Mars simultaneous to them [TS]

  ok arriving interesting okay good i [TS]

  really feel like there are nuclear war [TS]

  on Mars somebody here would notice it [TS]

  seems likely that NASA might pocket that [TS]

  characterization of their ability to [TS]

  monitor [TS]

  Mars why can't I can't I can't say it's [TS]

  canonical in the text of this fine but i [TS]

  believe it was referred to in some [TS]

  markets more specifically as Mars [TS]

  Attacks puerto rico Mars invades puerto [TS]

  rico so you know again non-canonical [TS]

  yeah the title can't be trusted anyway I [TS]

  grite witness Frankenstein Meets The [TS]

  space monster we're about to get to the [TS]

  point where that sort of happens [TS]

  look I know what a space monster with a [TS]

  space in the middle looks like but this [TS]

  could very well be a space monster the [TS]

  space monster not a sponsor there's one [TS]

  just monsters the one well then that [TS]

  makes the end actually kind of tragic it [TS]

  does spoilers but also the word meets is [TS]

  not entirely accurate for going forward [TS]

  but if there's a meeting maybe I have [TS]

  Frankenstein it's not like they had [TS]

  learned that introduced or anything it's [TS]

  not a formal social introduction mr. [TS]

  like you you must be the space monster [TS]

  I'm Frank Frank let's talk to you later [TS]

  yeah Frank so Frank gets up i connect [TS]

  the about document years we must leave [TS]

  immediately because they're gonna be my [TS]

  new cust but Frank gets up he gets a gun [TS]

  from one of the spaceman he frees all [TS]

  the women and and this is happening just [TS]

  as they're stopping the firing of of the [TS]

  rockets at the spaceship which is [TS]

  convenient otherwise they would kill all [TS]

  the women who are now fleeing from the [TS]

  spaceship that because but Adam has [TS]

  stopped it because he's written up on [TS]

  his best buy and told the general to [TS]

  cease fire which is this is what you do [TS]

  when their Rockets coming down [TS]

  everywhere you ride your best but yeah [TS]

  damn right you do [TS]

  you totally saved their very agile [TS]

  little vehicles you know very tight [TS]

  turning radius so now the women can [TS]

  escape but mall the mont space monster [TS]

  is released this I wrote in my notes is [TS]

  what we waited for finally Frankenstein [TS]

  Meets The space monster Frank pushes [TS]

  Karen out of the out of the spaceship [TS]

  but Frank for some reason doesn't jump [TS]

  after her or in that moment it's not [TS]

  edited well but in that moment where he [TS]

  might go [TS]

  he's pulled back inside by the space [TS]

  monster at which point they meet by [TS]

  which i mean they fight you Frank thinks [TS]

  to himself I I really would like to meet [TS]

  that space monster [TS]

  mm and the space months because a we [TS]

  haven't [TS]

  bed yet gimme ya get it right there so [TS]

  we get the epic smoke obscure duel that [TS]

  we were promised between robot in the [TS]

  space monster and by dual I mean that [TS]

  they they hold each other's shoulders [TS]

  and rock back and forth help and this [TS]

  was the time for some dance music really [TS]

  looks more like a gentle waltz really [TS]

  then yeah big total we only have one [TS]

  application of each of these special [TS]

  effects makeup so don't touch the face [TS]

  after fighting it's that you know it's [TS]

  the title they're grappling the [TS]

  grappling is what they're doing it [TS]

  should be Frankenstein grafals facebook [TS]

  yeah right that gives away too much [TS]

  though we're meeting really really [TS]

  closely but you're hardly going to grab [TS]

  the guy if you haven't met him so [TS]

  certain nadir says you know a launch the [TS]

  Rockets the Rockets start to go up Frank [TS]

  is still fighting the space monster and [TS]

  then uh they've what he blows up the [TS]

  ship [TS]

  well technically he shoots one of the [TS]

  guns toward the princess and ear at [TS]

  which point they are crushed by beams [TS]

  well well so the ship we see an [TS]

  explosion on the outside of the ship [TS]

  inside the ship the cardboard roof of [TS]

  the set falls down on them [TS]

  I way I'm excited to see that crushed by [TS]

  beams is already a classic spaceship [TS]

  death in 1965 no predating khan by but [TS]

  almost two decades [TS]

  yeah well that's what's gonna get you [TS]

  it's not the airless airless vacuum of [TS]

  space [TS]

  it's the it's the same useless am being [TS]

  just the roof beams ya weilin beams [TS]

  somebody needs to really perfect the [TS]

  beam free space ship design and again [TS]

  say this is one of those points where [TS]

  the that mean I love to the music [TS]

  shifted between the doors and beetles [TS]

  that ever leave style and then like the [TS]

  man from uncle soundtrack on seed yeah [TS]

  it was nuts [TS]

  I think we have spaceship without beams [TS]

  but they will have bottomless pit [TS]

  without railings either i still don't [TS]

  know why they brought the monster but [TS]

  their lease you meet frankenstein you've [TS]

  got to have a monster how are you gonna [TS]

  menace lady scientists to find out what [TS]

  their devices are you don't expect a [TS]

  monster was others a plot hole that [TS]

  wants to is like caused by radiation [TS]

  knew he was the old king or no Prince [TS]

  he's just a nice monster mama they have [TS]

  him in a cage [TS]

  try to read a whole bunch of sardines [TS]

  crap into this thing is just a space [TS]

  process sometimes space monsters just a [TS]

  space monster well the end of the film [TS]

  he decays new pilot boom oh just so that [TS]

  it does [TS]

  ya know he's very exclusively because if [TS]

  you don't have a space monster you [TS]

  cannot intimidate lady scientists into [TS]

  giving up the secrets of their advanced [TS]

  looking for devices don't think dr. dear [TS]

  could do that on his own [TS]

  I think he's holding himself that I [TS]

  don't think he's terribly intimidating [TS]

  to be honest this phone could be called [TS]

  just called Frankenstein space robots [TS]

  yes you could or smiles and looks at [TS]

  Madison or stockings and I yeah cut out [TS]

  everything that's not dr. dear you've [TS]

  got a great so it's very sad Frank Frank [TS]

  it has died but the threat from the [TS]

  space whatever is is over because [TS]

  they're dead apparently ? monster is [TS]

  also died so another sad thing [TS]

  yea indeed we don't blame him he's a [TS]

  monster it's his nature and that's at [TS]

  the end and then we get more scooter [TS]

  music and writing of scooters the end [TS]

  credits two more minutes of them farting [TS]

  around san juan on a scooter and a [TS]

  prominent song credit or to prominence [TS]

  on credit which reminded me of the [TS]

  Roxette credit in the supermarket [TS]

  yeah yes but that's the way it's gotta [TS]

  be by the poets and to have and to hold [TS]

  by the distant cousins because God knows [TS]

  you want to have and hold your distant [TS]

  cousin cousins [TS]

  cousin cousins [TS]

  golden cliffs their key decisions [TS]

  clothes in your distant cousins closer [TS]

  it is worth noting that the final scene [TS]

  before the last scooter scene is James [TS]

  Karen and the lady scientist weeping [TS]

  bitterly over the state of their careers [TS]

  no doubt that you only fail upwards it [TS]

  now so they got a better job build a [TS]

  bigger role than that yeah they got the [TS]

  next rope it just go back and build [TS]

  another robot robot lhr fit their space [TS]

  men out there but not space women [TS]

  because the last one blew up in that [TS]

  spaceship apparently this is what led to [TS]

  the giant to increase military budgets [TS]

  after that area found out they were [TS]

  space monsters and the bigger limits but [TS]

  natural enemy of the space monster the [TS]

  robot or Frank nature in all its beauty [TS]

  of all these predators and prey so [TS]

  Frankenstein Meets The space monster [TS]

  yes what I would like to let's talk [TS]

  about that man I would like that's like [TS]

  radar dish know whether because we watch [TS]

  these movies thinking that they're going [TS]

  to be bad but you know they could be [TS]

  different kinds of bad they could be [TS]

  spookily good bad they could be [TS]

  frightening ly funny they could be as [TS]

  totally Storify ignore other things like [TS]

  that I'm just kind of curious things [TS]

  what everybody thought of Frankenstein [TS]

  Meets The the space monster let's start [TS]

  with Monty I thought it was fascinating [TS]

  it's very reliant on stock footage but [TS]

  its stock footage that I enjoyed looking [TS]

  at so what ya up [TS]

  oh I I do not regret a minute of the 88 [TS]

  minutes I spent watching it or the 66 [TS]

  minutes I've now spent talking about it [TS]

  up all right [TS]

  glen III have to concur hardly with [TS]

  muddy I was not sure what to expect I [TS]

  knew you enjoyed it so i expect it would [TS]

  be you know at least a romp and i found [TS]

  it like wasn't sophisticated no tell [TS]

  wasn't sophisticated but um it was it [TS]

  was really for all it was a it was so [TS]

  was made so weirdly and sometimes semi [TS]

  amateurishly that it was fascinating to [TS]

  watch what people who didn't really know [TS]

  how to make a movie would do when [TS]

  presented with the opportunity to make [TS]

  one so it came across i don't know i [TS]

  think their crosses as a fun with lots [TS]

  of you know some moments of long drives [TS]

  but then also people stuffed in the back [TS]

  of cars i mean you know there's a long [TS]

  drive but they're also like five people [TS]

  stuck in the backseat so if that made it [TS]

  better so I i quite enjoyed this idea [TS]

  this much more than I think I have any [TS]

  right to expect to enjoy a movie of this [TS]

  kind david i-i thought it was charmingly [TS]

  awful [TS]

  I mean it was delightful but it was I [TS]

  mean it was terrible [TS]

  I've seen worse films I and i gotta say [TS]

  I like any film [TS]

  yeah that also from Vincent Canby I i [TS]

  have to say i like any bad film that I [TS]

  can continuously rip through without [TS]

  thinking about it and without watching [TS]

  it a second time it was just sort of it [TS]

  was a very very fertile film for ripping [TS]

  so i like that i can say was good but [TS]

  but and but even at that you know there [TS]

  were a couple of scenes that were [TS]

  actually kind of not badly thought-out [TS]

  if not well made and some of the stock [TS]

  footage was interesting I mean this was [TS]

  the first time I went out to Cocoa Beach [TS]

  was only about nine years later so it [TS]

  was kind of interesting to see and go [TS]

  hey I would do remember this this is [TS]

  cold so you know having flashbacks for [TS]

  the first 20 minutes I don't know [TS]

  so just spookily good bail carry so [TS]

  Steve our way when you first watch this [TS]

  you posted a thing in our in our slack [TS]

  channel saying this is mst3k bad guys [TS]

  so what do you think now I stand by that [TS]

  it is mst3k bad I i wish i wish it were [TS]

  I wish there were retracted this would [TS]

  be idling a very rippable movie [TS]

  well the problem is the problem is this [TS]

  and and this is why I didn't enjoy this [TS]

  movie and that is that the stock footage [TS]

  did nothing for me I've seen all of it [TS]

  before and I will say it was common for [TS]

  maybe the astro van it was constantly I [TS]

  thought the right have not seen the [TS]

  Astro fan before but it was competently [TS]

  woven into the narrative which is more [TS]

  than I can say for a lot of uses of [TS]

  stock footage and bad movies [TS]

  I mean it actually like it made sense [TS]

  for there to be a tank at this point or [TS]

  for there to be a car at this point [TS]

  which sometimes that doesn't happen but [TS]

  yea mostly I was just bored by what I [TS]

  what I was calling modes of [TS]

  transportation the musical [TS]

  and here's why from 357 25 42 we get a [TS]

  minute and 45 seconds of driving through [TS]

  orlando to a half-minute adventures [TS]

  track for two effects from 1139 to 1430 [TS]

  we got two minutes and 51 seconds of a [TS]

  NASA stock footage montage we do the [TS]

  transfer van at this point which is nice [TS]

  and the strains of that's the way it's [TS]

  gotta be [TS]

  and then more stock watch footage from [TS]

  1655 to 1739 we get 44 seconds of [TS]

  traveling by parachute after ejecting [TS]

  from the caps are i love the parachutes [TS]

  done wonderful who we get a minute and [TS]

  31 seconds from 33 25 to 34 56 of [TS]

  traveling from the San Juan plane to the [TS]

  airport to the car and the slowstar was [TS]

  slow motorcade top where Rico from 3922 [TS]

  4130 we get two minutes and 10 seconds [TS]

  of scootering through san juan with the [TS]

  distant cousins which I would watch on [TS]

  its own 5431 we get a minute nine [TS]

  seconds of stock military vehicle [TS]

  footage at 5920 we get 57 seconds of [TS]

  scooter riding with James Karen there [TS]

  are exclamation marks at the end of all [TS]

  of these notes by the way I 10 248 we [TS]

  get a minute and 20 seconds of men [TS]

  running out of buildings and getting [TS]

  into fighter jets and the jets play [TS]

  around for a while I want to 544 we get [TS]

  a minute and 16 seconds of choppers and [TS]

  tanks and stuff at one 1404 we get more [TS]

  riding around on a scooter over the end [TS]

  credits for a grand total of fifteen [TS]

  minutes and 47 seconds of people going [TS]

  from one place to another with some [TS]

  weird off off-brand music playing over [TS]

  the back of it and you know it as much [TS]

  as I would like to say i absolutely love [TS]

  nature and I like the songs this side [TS]

  the scenes he's in all i could probably [TS]

  have done a similar timeline of all of [TS]

  the nods and smiles [TS]

  oh yes but when you've got roughly a [TS]

  quarter of your hour and 60 minute movie [TS]

  that's just pure stock footage you just [TS]

  don't have enough to hook me and as much [TS]

  as I would like to see a rifftrax done [TS]

  something like this there's just there's [TS]

  only so many times you can say something [TS]

  like it's the charge of the stock [TS]

  footage brigade before it gets kind of [TS]

  da I was thinking you might need to [TS]

  write some parody lyrics to the to the [TS]

  scooter song oh that might be a way to [TS]

  go to heaven to hold yeah you could [TS]

  maybe get mileage out of that for the [TS]

  first appearance of that but then you [TS]

  got another two minutes and 10 seconds [TS]

  at the end where you have a reprieve it [TS]

  so it's it's tough i don't know didn't [TS]

  do much for me i gotta say although it [TS]

  wasn't as bad as I imagined it could be [TS]

  based on the kind of reviews that got [TS]

  yeah I I this disappeared in some like [TS]

  worst films of all time list and I just [TS]

  don't see that I I I feel like we've [TS]

  seen worst films we've seen worst films [TS]

  in the rocket surgery series oh yeah [TS]

  that's true yes i mean this this is head [TS]

  and shoulders above super mario brothers [TS]

  this is at least vaguely coherent you're [TS]

  gonna make that guy on the internet who [TS]

  luvs super mario brothers very angry now [TS]

  llamas i don't know if i would say it's [TS]

  coherent but I i'm actually gonna go [TS]

  with David and say this is spookily good [TS]

  bad i I'm not somebody like Monty who I [TS]

  think takes an extra-special Glee in [TS]

  things that are bad men and wondering [TS]

  why you know I i need i just i need a [TS]

  little bit more and yet this this hit [TS]

  the right spot in the sense that it's [TS]

  got the music and it's I could I could [TS]

  laugh at the leg v.i.c I enjoyed the [TS]

  lengthy stock footage things in the [TS]

  linky linky scooter rides just because [TS]

  it's it was so silly and that and the [TS]

  butt party is hilarious about parties [TS]

  great i will grant you but party i do [TS]

  nobody's criticizing the butt part know [TS]

  why I hope not [TS]

  so I yeah I would say I i was [TS]

  entertained by it for all of its [TS]

  whatever 88 minutes of it but the the [TS]

  stock footage i was i joyed playing find [TS]

  the stock footage right which is a [TS]

  really easy game to play in this movie [TS]

  but it was fun it was like what will the [TS]

  next batch of stock footage be a party [TS]

  actually almost has the character of [TS]

  stock footage at certain yes like ya [TS]

  seen if somebody's mom walking around [TS]

  with a cup on her head [TS]

  that seems like that could have been [TS]

  through film and just a couple of those [TS]

  close-ups of dancing was like that car [TS]

  at the beginning of the movie probably [TS]

  shot for the movie but could just as [TS]

  well be stock footage it showed up [TS]

  throughout we saw that car that we had [TS]

  one car for the film [TS]

  yeah probably so i looked at the credits [TS]

  i was interested to Karen that this is [TS]

  the kind of people who you cast and [TS]

  Frank that means the space monster kit [TS]

  Karen had a very brief career [TS]

  we're playing characters with names like [TS]

  pool jumper and second woman ice [TS]

  meanwhile know the Maryland handled who [TS]

  who was the princess was in a couple of [TS]

  episodes of the batman TV series [TS]

  actually that she she was in an in like [TS]

  flint as Amazon number eight [TS]

  she was basically the one of the shoes [TS]

  AAA sort of a stock pretty woman in [TS]

  small parts for a lot of other way was [TS]

  she was she's a brain was she the woman [TS]

  in the brain that wouldn't die [TS]

  who is the brain that wouldn't die you [TS]

  want to shut off and is in the brain [TS]

  that wouldn't die without the cut-off [TS]

  head not Jan in the pan like so yeah [TS]

  sheshe was in some other stuff but [TS]

  anyway I anyway I enjoyed it because i [TS]

  was i was dreading the kind [TS]

  this is what I've learned from listening [TS]

  flophouses it turns out that bad movies [TS]

  aren't the worst thing to watch boring [TS]

  movies the worst thing to watch and I [TS]

  wasn't I wasn't because of the music and [TS]

  the sixties it is such a sixties movie [TS]

  it is so well it's ok it's such a bits [TS]

  copied from lots of other 60 movies and [TS]

  stock footage that I i was never [TS]

  particularly as particularly board or [TS]

  too bored anyway and and i laughed a lot [TS]

  at how ridiculous was so you know it is [TS]

  more to it than something like monster [TS]

  ago go or how well come on dude and it's [TS]

  more and it's because its plot is it's [TS]

  fairly linear and and and he's not a [TS]

  Frankenstein he's a robot but still it's [TS]

  going to do better than you know yours [TS]

  you're battling Zardoz plots or [TS]

  Frankenstein island or something like [TS]

  that where just makes no sense at all [TS]

  this is American island much worse movie [TS]

  with Frankenstein in the title i [TS]

  recommend that they actually managed to [TS]

  make a movie from this which is pretty [TS]

  impressive one more thing on dr. nadir [TS]

  yes amazing Larry in pee-wee's big [TS]

  adventure [TS]

  mhm he has some some interesting credits [TS]

  yeah he's got great facial expressions [TS]

  he's really good [TS]

  yeah he's like 90 things and [TS]

  is he what he does he's the guy who does [TS]

  that thing he does very well excuse just [TS]

  like a loosely installed guy who does [TS]

  that thing he does very well no you know [TS]

  the thing he does [TS]

  someday I hope to have that on my [TS]

  tombstone he's the kind of guy that did [TS]

  more than one roll on Barney Miller i [TS]

  will say i did like it better on this on [TS]

  the rewatch than I did the first time i [TS]

  think the the aisle I was able to let [TS]

  the stock footage just wash / add some [TS]

  way to do it but you gotta do that I [TS]

  don't fight it any and when it starts to [TS]

  flag you just think there's a butt party [TS]

  coming up its butt but parties on the [TS]

  way man long as I know the block party [TS]

  is just over the horizon [TS]

  I'm okay with all this coming hearing [TS]

  what he's coming hold a hot but it's [TS]

  hard to come and go through but party [TS]

  alright well we we have we have survived [TS]

  the nineteen sixties with rocket surgery [TS]

  I do we dare go to the fifties I guess [TS]

  we have to do that don't worry I we [TS]

  kinda have to [TS]

  why I don't know because they've got to [TS]

  be terrible looked terrible sci-fi [TS]

  movies made in the fifties right guess [TS]

  we have to ask why a couple of episodes [TS]

  ago [TS]

  alright well until we meet again to be [TS]

  stupid people who watch a bad movie and [TS]

  talk about it i'd like to thank my [TS]

  guests for joining me for another [TS]

  edition of the incomparable rocket [TS]

  surgery [TS]

  David lower thank you thank you and and [TS]

  to quote the thirteen-year-old why are [TS]

  you watching this this there's no good [TS]

  reason [TS]

  Glenn fleischmann thank you very much [TS]

  thank you i'll always remember this but [TS]

  a monster [TS]

  I don't even know any of that means but [TS]

  minister is one of the less known houses [TS]

  of houses of parliament Monty Ashley [TS]

  thank you know Jason ever since I was a [TS]

  kid I've always wanted to be an extra [TS]

  robe it well keep dreaming that dream [TS]

  and and Steve let's Jason I was gonna [TS]

  say on the contrary i'm actually a [TS]

  stupid person in between episodes so I [TS]

  don't just save it for these Rockets [TS]

  surgeries you you're an example to us [TS]

  all code 24 code 24 scramble the stupid [TS]

  people have for the uncomfortable I have [TS]

  Ben Jason Snell we did it everyone we [TS]

  did it we prove that i passed can [TS]

  accomplish the impossible combined [TS]