Summer is just around the corner and nothing cools off a hot day more than sitting back and watching Joel, Mike and the Bots mock a movie. Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXXIII spins out with four more episodes with tales of kids and hipsters gone bad. There’s also plenty of bonus features that will help viewers understand where these movies came from before they were roasted. Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXXIII arrives on July 28th, 2015, Here’s the press release from Shout! Factory:
Mystery Science Theater 3000:Vol. XXXIII
Four DVD Box Set Features Previously Unreleased Episodes
Daddy-O, Earth vs. the Spider, Teen-Age Crime Wave
and Agent for H.A.R.M.
Do you dig the flicks, daddy-o? This summer you can get your kicks with the cool cats on the Satellite of Love, in orbit with some of the cheesiest movies ever made. Don’t be a square, it’ll be a gas! On July 28th, 2015, Shout! Factory will release Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXXIII, featuring four episodes never before on DVD: Daddy-O, Earth vs. the Spider, Teen-Age Crime Wave and Agent For H.A.R.M.
The set also includes a bevy of brand-new bonus features including the featurettes Beatnick Blues: Investigating ‘Daddy-O’, This Movie Has Legs: Looking Back at ‘Earth Vs. The Spider’ and Film It Again, Sam: The Katzman Chronicles; interviews Tommy Cook: From Jungle Boy To Teenage Jungle and Peter Mark Richman: In H.A.R.M.’s Way, MST hour wraps, theatrical trailers and four exclusive Mini Posters by artist Steve Vance. Fans who pre-order their collection through ShoutFactory.com will receive exclusive MST3k coasters with their order.
Bonus Features Include:
· Beatnick Blues: Investigating Daddy-O
· This Movie Has Legs: Looking Back At Earth Vs. The Spider
· Film It Again, Sam: The Katzman Chronicles
· Tommy Cook: From Jungle Boy To Teenage Jungle
· Peter Mark Richman: In H.A.R.M.’s Way
· MST Hour Wraps
· Theatrical Trailers
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXXIII brings us Daddy-O, the story of a truck-driving singer searching for the killer of his best friend among the denizens of a seedy L.A. club, and accompanied by the short Alphabet Antics; Earth vs. the Spider, a tale of a ticked-off tarantula and the town it calls dinner-plus the short Speech—Using Your Voice; Teen-Age Crime Wave, wherein a trio of juvenile delinquents promises all sorts of 1950s danger to a nice family; and Agent for H.A.R.M., Cold War “sci-spy-fi” thriller, featuring H.A.R.M agent Adam Chance as he works to protect a recently defected Soviet scientist from Russian agents who want his formula for preventing alien spores from turning flesh into fungus.
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