MST3K: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies

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If the movie had been called The Incredibly Strange Creatures confused audiences the world over would have taken to the streets with pitchforks and torches demanding to know the state of the creatures' mortality and what, if anything, happened to them in the end. Happily that nightmare scenario was averted by giving it the official title The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed Up Zombies.

The "mixed-up" aspect of the film's title is handled by the plot: some unappealing idiots go to a carnival, are hypnotized by some lady, someone sings something, a guy named Ortega is there throwing acid in people's faces, and then zombies, maybe. It's unclear. Anyway, it's billed as the "World's First Monster Musical", though it should be noted that no monsters at anytime "mash".

Let Mike, Crow and Servo be your Incredibly Strange Guides Who Continue Talking While Watching This Film.

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Release Date

August 15, 2016

Runtime

90 minutes

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Episode: 812