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Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett reflect on MST3K's final broadcast.

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  1. jay says:

    Phytoplankton, which supply 50-85% of the oxygen we breath are threatening a strike over the name of this movie and I don’t blame the little creatures

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  2. Kenneth Morgan says:

    I managed about 20 seconds of the preview before I decided to pass up this one.

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  3. Sitting Duck says:

    The vast majority of the people involved with this one either did nothing else or are too ashamed to admit their connection (“No, that must be some other Ann Wolf.”) I was however able to dig up someone who worked on an MST3K movie. Audio technician Edmondo Gintilli was foley recordist and sound effects editor for Robot Holocaust and Escape 2000.

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  4. Ray Dunakin says:

    I watched this one last night. A few thoughts…

    1. Wow, that dubbing is the worst ever! Terrible line reads and really irritating voices/whining/screaming/etc.

    2. The monster sounds could only wish they were as good as the dubbing.

    3. Most of the interior of the “oceanographic research ship” is clearly just a windowless porn set.

    4. There are some brief topless and nude scenes, and somehow the director found a way to make them utterly uninteresting and devoid of appeal.

    5. Thanks to the boner gnome lamp, I can now say that I have seen the stupidest, most tasteless object in the universe.

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  5. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    Ray Dunakin:
    Thanks to the boner gnome lamp, I can now say that I have seen the stupidest, most tasteless object in the universe.

    (checks image at http://houseofselfindulgence.blogspot.com/2013/01/creatures-from-abyss-massimiliano.html )

    Meh. I’ve seen worse.

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  6. John Paradox says:

    Oh…………. so it’s NOT a spinoff from Spongebob?

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