The #MadeMoreMST3K BACKER Collection

The #MadeMoreMST3K BACKER Collection

Enjoy this special BACKER collection of 11 classic MST3K episodes, selected by Joel, which was offered as a DIGITAL REWARD during the #MakeMoreMST3K Kickstarter campaign in 2021. Includes the hard-to-find "Quest of the Delta Knights", and – coming in January 2022 – will also be updated with 20 classic short riffs!

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The #MadeMoreMST3K BACKER Collection
  • Gamera vs Barugon

    In the theater, the crew watches as the legendary Gamera saves Earth from Barugon, a giant kaiju that hatches from a mysterious ruby egg in "Gamera vs. Barugon" (1966). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots present the 5000-piece Fightin' Men & Monster Set.

  • Fugitive Alien

    In the theater, the crew watches as an alien soldier defects to help Earth battle his former masters during an invasion in "Fugitive Alien" (1986). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel attempts to make sense of the plot using the Syd Field's Screenplay Model. This episode features the in-theater song "He ...

  • Mitchell

    In the theater, the crew watches as a drunken oaf of a cop bumbles his way through a murder investigation in "Mitchell" (1975). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Gypsy schemes to help Joel escape. This episode features Joel Hodgson's final regular appearance as Joel Robinson, and Michael J. Nelson's first ...

  • The Brain That Wouldn't Die

    In the theater, the crew watches as a scientist keeps his girlfriend's severed head alive in a pan while he tries to find her a new body, in "The Brain That Wouldn't Die" (1962). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike and the bots are visited by Jan in the Pan, the bodiless lady in the film. This episode fe...

  • The Dead Talk Back

    In The Selling Wizard, an unseen narrator and a mute "Pizza Dominatrix" explain the benefits of freezer cases to grocery store owners. In The Dead Talk Back, a crackpot "scientist" invents the machine that can supposedly communicate with the dead and uses it to help solve a murder.

  • Village Of The Giants

    In the theater, the crew watches as a group of obnoxious teens take over a town after ingesting a growth formula, in "Village of the Giants" (1965). Meanwhile, in Deep 13, Dr. Clayton Forrester is preparing to replace TV's Frank with Torgo. This episode features the song "The Greatest Frank of All."

  • The Starfighters

    In the theater, the crew watches as a lot of airplanes are refueled mid-flight during a young Air Force pilot's training in "The Starfighters" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, The United Servo Academy Men's Chorus stages a gripping performance. This episode features the song "United Servo Academy M...

  • Angels Revenge

    In the theater, the crew watches as a squad of gorgeous female vigilantes take on a drug ring in "Angels Revenge" (1979). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike agrees that being sentenced to death by cannon is a fitting punishment for his Fonzie impersonation.

  • Jack Frost

    In the theater, the crew watches as a young man attempts to break a curse, and a young woman works for her wicked stepmother in "Jack Frost" (1964), based on the Russian fairytale Morozko. Meanwhile, on the SOL, Russian-American comic Yakov Smirnoff visits via the Hexfield Viewscreen.

  • Boggy Creek II: And The Legend Continues

    In the theater, the crew watches as a college professor and his students attempt to find a Bigfoot-like beast in an Arkansas swamp in "Boggy Creek: And The Legend Continues" (1985). Meanwhile, down in Castle Forrester, Pearl hopes to attract tourists by fabricating a legend of the Monster of the ...

  • Quest Of The Delta Knights

    In the theater, the crew watches as a young Leonardo da Vinci and friends set out on an adventure to find a cache of magical inventions in "Quest of the Delta Knights" (1993). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the real Leonardo da Vinci stops by the SOL. This episode features Pearl Forrester riffing in the...