The Ultimate MST3K Digital Upgrade

The Ultimate MST3K Digital Upgrade

Offered as a reward during the #MakeMoreMST3K Kickstarter, this collection supplements the "CLASSIC COLLECTION" from 2015 with another 45 episodes, giving you access to download and stream almost every classic episode we're currently allowed to distribute!

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The Ultimate MST3K Digital Upgrade
  • The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy

    In the theater, the crew watches as a robot created by the evil Dr. Krupp attempts to defeat Popoca – the Aztec Mummy – and loot the treasure of his crypt, in "The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Demon Dogs invade the SOL and cause chaos. This episode features the short r...

  • The Mad Monster

    In the theater, the crew watches as a mad scientist transforms his assistant into a werewolf, whom he sics on all those who mocked him, in "Mad Monster" (1942). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel swaps Crow and Servo's heads. This episode features the short "Radar Men from the Moon, Chapter Two: Molten ...

  • Women of the Prehistoric Planet

    In the theater, the crew watches a search for survivors of a crash on a prehistoric planet inhabitated by giant iguanas, in "Women of the Prehistoric Planet" (1966). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots struggle to disarm a Doomsday Device. This episode features the song "Flesh Barn" jingle, ...

  • The Crawling Hand

    In the theater, the crew watches as a naive medical student becomes a killer after he is possessed by the disembodied hand of an irradiated astronaut, in "The Crawling Hand" (1963). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots unleash their William Shatner impressions.

  • Project Moonbase

    In the theater, the crew watches as a communist spy tries to sabotage an American space mission to the moon in the distant future (AKA 1970), in "Project Moonbase" (1953). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the Bots rattle off the many uses of the miracle home product SPACOM! This episode features the short ...

  • Gamera

    In the theater, the crew watches as Japan comes under attack by Gamera, a giant, fire-breathing turtle monster, who also befriends a schoolboy in "Gamera" (1965). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Gamera pays a visit. This episode features the song "Tibby, Oh Tibby." Michael J. Nelson appears as Gamera.

  • Gamera vs Gaos

    In the theater, the crew watches as Gamera, The Friend to All Children, battles the pterosaur-like kaiju called Gaos, in "Gamera vs. Gaos" (1967). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel performs a plate-spinning act as Gaos the Great.

  • Gamera vs Guiron

    In the theater, the crew watches as Gamera battles the knife-headed kaiju called Guiron, and attempts to rescue two abducted schoolboys in "Gamera vs Guiron" (1969). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow ruins Joel's big magic trick. This episode features Joel and the bots' own version of the "Gamera" them...

  • Teenage Caveman

    In the theater, the crew watches as a teenage caveman sets out on a prehistoric Rumspringa, leaving his tribe to explore the jungle in "Teenage Caveman" (1958). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots examine the pendulum of human development. This episode features the shorts "Aquatic Wizards" a...

  • War of the Colossal Beast

    In the theater, the crew watches as the military attempts to capture a fifty-foot soldier who is ravaging Mexico in "War of the Colossal Beast" (1958). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots get a visit from Glenn Manning, the Colossal Man himself. This epsidoe features the short "Mr. B Natural...

  • Santa Claus Conquers The Martians

    In the theater, the crew watches as a group of Martians, eager for their own Christmas back on Mars, abduct Santa and two children in "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots share essays about Christmas. This episode features the song "(Let's Have) A P...

  • Master Ninja

    In the theater, the crew watch as an American ninja and his young sidekick protect local businesses from corrupt cops, thugs, and sleazy businessmen in "Master Ninja I" (1984). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots reveal the many alternatives to nunchucks. This episode features "The Master Ni...

  • Master Ninja II

    In the theater, the crew watches as an aging American ninja and his young sidekick do tyical ninja stuff: fighting terrorists and helping tuna cannery workers unionize in "Master Ninja II" (1984). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Tom assigns appropriate pets to a variety of crime-fighting characters.

  • City Limits

    In the theater, the crew watches as gangs in a dystopian future attempt to take back control of their city from an evil corporation in "City Limits" (1985). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots invent some new superheroes. This episode features the song "Oh, Kim Cattrall!"

  • Being From Another Planet

    In the theater, the crew watches as an alien mummy awakens from suspended animation and terrorizes the campus in "Being From Another Planet" (1982). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots try to scare Joel with their Haunted Boiler Room.

  • The Killer Shrews

    In the theater, the crew watches as the inhabitants of a tiny island are terrorized by genetically-altered, giant killer shrews (played by dogs in masks) in "Killer Shrews" (1959). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel has a bad reaction to his Killer Shrew drink, as does TV's Frank down in Deep 13.

  • Hercules Unchained

    In the theater, the crew watches as Hercules falls under an amnesia spell and becomes the prisoner/lover of the Queen Omphale in "Hercules Unchained" (1959). Meanwhile, in the SOL, the bots press Joel for answers about what Hercules and the queen are up to all day, alone together.

  • Hercules and the Captive Women

    In the theater, the crew watches as Hercules journeys to Atlantis to rescue the King of Thebes in "Hercules and the Captive Women" (1961). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots engage in some good-natured brawling.

  • The Human Duplicators

    In the theater, the crew watches as an alien takes over a lab on Earth to create android clones to infiltrate the government in THE HUMAN DUPLICATORS (1965). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Tom Servo decides to duplicate himself, but finds that his clones aren't blindly obedient like he'd hoped. This epis...

  • Manos: The Hands of Fate

    In the theater, the crew watches as a vacationing family find themselves in the lair of a demon-worshipping cultist, his harem of brides, and his minion, Torgo, in "Manos: The Hands of Fate" (1966). Meanwhile, in Deep 13, Torgo shows up very late with a pizza delivery. This episode features the s...

  • Magic Voyage of Sinbad

    In the theater, the crew watches as the Russisan folk hero Sadko (renamed Sinbad for this English dub) seeks the Bluebird of Happiness to bring back to his unhappy city in "The Magic Voyage of Sinbad" (1953). Meanwhile on the SOL, Servo leaves for his own Sinbad-like adventure.

  • The Girl In Lover's Lane

    In the theater, the crew watches as a rich runaway named Danny and a vagrant named Bix Dugan get into trouble in a small town in "The Girl in Lovers Lane" (1959). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo and Crow, inspired by the film, try to instigate a fight with Joel. This episode features the train song ...

  • Gunslinger

    In the theater, the crew watches as the widow of a murdered sheriff steps up to fight outlaws in her rural town in "Gunslinger" (1956). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo sends Joel messages via the Gypsy Express.

  • Teen-Age Strangler

    In the theater, the crew watches as a troubled teen is accused of murder when a serial killer terrorizes a small town in "Teen-Age Strangler" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots fit Mike with a modified pair of glasses that make him act like the teenage star of the film. This episode features...

  • Alien from L.A.

    In the theater, the crew watches as a squeaky-voiced Kathy Ireland attempts to rescue her imprisoned father from an underground Atlantis, in ALIEN FROM LA (1988). On the SOL, Mike and the bots play an emotion guessing game. This episode features the song "My Wild Irish Ireland."

  • Invasion USA

    In the theater, the crew watches as a group of people in a bar witness a Soviet takeover, in INVASION USA (1952). Meanwhile, on the Satellite of Love, Crow gives a lecture about Lois Lanes. This episode features the short "A Date with Your Family."

  • Creeping Terror

    In the theater, the crew watches as a blob-like creature terrorizes a quiet town in "The Creeping Terror" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike refuses to salute the flag Crow has designed.

  • Bloodlust!

    In the theater, the crew watches as a a group of college kids are trapped on a private island and hunted by a madman in "Bloodlust" (1961). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow manages to ruin both a square dancing session and a murder mystery dinner theater. This episode features the short "Uncle Jim's D...

  • The Sinister Urge

    In the theater, the crew watches as a cop tries to shut down a "smut-picture racket" that may be connected to a series of killings in "The Sinister Urge" (1960). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike and the bots must reluctantly figure out a way to save Dr. Forrester from being blown up by TV's Frank. Thi...

  • The Sword and the Dragon

    In the theater, the crew watches as legendary Russian hero, Illya Morometz, battles the forces of an evil warlord with the help of a magic sword in "The Sword and the Dragon" (1956). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the Russian swordsman himself drops by on the Hexfield Viewscreen. This episode features ap...

  • High School Big Shot

    In the theater, the crew watches as an awkward teen gets mixed up in the wrong crowd and ends up a criminal in HIGH SCHOOL BIG SHOT (1959). Meanwhile, on the SOL, inspired by the short, Mike and the bots introduce a line of specialty breads made with unconventional "ingredients." This episode fea...

  • Amazing Transparent Man

    In the theater, the crew watches as a bank robber suffers side effects from the invisibility device he acquired from a mad scientist in "The Amazing Transparent Man" (1960). Meanwhile, in Deep 13, TV's Frank is devastated that he's missed his chance to see "Squanto: A Warrior's Tale." This episo...

  • Deathstalker and the Warriors From Hell

    In the theater, the crew watches as an acerbic hero adventures through the realm of Southland on a quest for three magic stones in "Deathstalker and the Warriors From Hell" (1988). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike is enchanted by the Renaissance Fest the bots put on for him.

  • The Undead

    In the theater, the crew watches as a hypnotist sends a woman from the present back into the distant past in THE UNDEAD (1957). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo's invitation to join the Observers doesn't go well.

  • The She-Creature

    In the theater, the crew watches as a hypnotist's beautiful assistant is transformed into a primeval creature and sent out on a killing spree in "The She-Creature" (1956). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike creeps everyone out with his custom Tickle-Me-Carlo-Lombari doll.

  • The Giant Spider Invasion

    In the theater, the crew watches as hillbillies and scientists join forces to protect their town from a giant alien spider in THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION (1975). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike and the bots fight off an infestation of mind-controlling alien pods.

  • Parts: The Clonus Horror

    In the theater, the crew watches as a young man discovers he and his friends only exist to be harvested for their "spare parts" in "Parts: The Clonus Horror" (1979). Meanwhile, the Mads are camping find themselves reluctantly babysitting a trio of all-powerful Space Children.

  • The Horror Of Party Beach

    In the theater, the crew watches as mutant sea-creatures wreak havoc on local teens in "The Horror of Party Beach" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo irritates Mike with an updated to-the-second newspaper.

  • Invasion Of The Neptune Men

    In the theater, the crew watches as the cosmic hero, Space Chief, defends the Earth from a Neptunion invasion in INVASION OF THE NEPTUNE MEN (1961). Meanwhile, on the SOL, a discussion of Noh Theater sparks a wacky conversation a la Abbott and Costello.

  • Time Chasers

    In the theater, the crew watches as a physics teacher turns his light plane into a time machine and travels to the future to stop his future self from destroying the world. Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow messes with the timeline when he goes into the past.

  • Hobgoblins

    In the theater, the crew watches as a horde of murderous goblin-like creatures terrorize a group of teens in "Hobgoblins" (1988). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow presents his film "Let's Talk Women!"

  • Girl in Gold Boots

    In the theater, the crew watches as a young woman travels to Los Angeles to become a go-go dancer and gets mixed up with the wrong crowd in GIRL IN GOLD BOOTS (1969). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow dances in a tiny bikini. This episode features the song "Oh, I Am Sad."

  • 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 II: AND THE LEGEND CONTINUES (1985). Meanwhile, down in Castle Forrester, Pearl hopes to attract tourists by fabricating a legend of the Monster of th...

  • Track of the Moon Beast

    In the theater, the crew watches as a moon rock transforms a young man into a reptilian creature with ambiguous connections to Native American mythology in "Track of the Moon Beast" (1976). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow apologizes at length for a prank.

  • Final Justice

    In the theater, the crew watches as a Texas sheriff heads to Malta to clumsily pursue a killer in FINAL JUSTICE (1985). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow and Tom are cruel to poor Goosio, Friend to Maltese Children Everywhere.

  • Escape 2000

    In the theater, the crew watches as a street punk protects the Bronx from being razed by an evil corporation in "Escape 2000" (1985). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow accidentally lights several fires and Mike chokes Servo with cigar smoke.