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Mystery Science Theater 3000: HERCULES AND THE CAPTIVE WOMEN  Rewatch   Season 4, Ep 12

Rewatch! This is the last peplum (plural pepla, those swords-and-sandals movies with big muscle-bound guys in miniskirts throwing rocks around, usually starring Herules or Maciste) MST3K would do for a while. Unlike what they say at the end, it's not the last Hercules movie they would do. I will now read off the scroll of heroic deeds and minor trivia attributable to Hercules in this head-scratching addition to his mythology: he has a son, Hylas, and a friend, Androcles, who between them kidnaps him away from home life so he can have adventures, he finds Atlantis, kills the god Proteus (who can turn into animals), and rescues its princess but this means according to prophecy that Atlantis will be destroyed. Uh-oh! This is the movie from which the phrase dedicated to Uranus comes from. Previously
posted by JHarris on Oct 8, 2020 - 2 comments

Star Trek: The Next Generation: When the Bough Breaks  Rewatch   Season 1, Ep 17

MA: “Wesley Crusher must protect a group of kidnapped Enterprise-D children while Captain Picard fights for their release.” [more inside]
posted by mwhybark on May 29, 2020 - 13 comments

Movie: Aquaman

The swift and powerful monarch of the ocean gets his own movie in the DC Extended Universe. [more inside]
posted by prize bull octorok on Dec 21, 2018 - 38 comments

Mystery Science Theater 3000: HERCULES AND THE CAPTIVE WOMEN  Season 4, Ep 12

"The weirdest! The wildest! Half woman! Half stone!" Hercules is so sleepy he can barely keep his eyes open, but there's rescuin' to do. The loaf-of-demigod travels there, rescues the titular women, defeats the evil queen, and... well, it takes place in Atlantis. You figure out what happens at the end. THIS MOVIE IS DEDICATED TO URANUS. There, it's out of my system for good I think. This is the last Hercules movie of the season. This episode gives us a short bit at the start where Gypsy is in the theater, and the host segment with the Hercules Inaction Figure. YouTube (1h33m) Premiered September 12, 1992. [more inside]
posted by JHarris on Jan 14, 2016 - 1 comment

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