I think I'm going to watch Natural Born Killers now, to see how it holds up to my initial impressions back when it was first released.
I'll write more here should I manage to do that. edit
Nah. Instead I noticed that Shout Factory has released for free its short-lived attempt to revive Mystery Science Theater 3000, The Film Crew, for free on Youtube.
The full movie with commentary, as well as a few host segments, though not nearly as many as MST3K.
Oh, hello there. Don't mind them, they're just having a little chat.
Killers from Space is a painful, poorly written science fiction film that managed to expand what could have been an interesting concept into a ridiculous mess full of pointless establishing shots accompanied by a confusing lack of establishing shots at other times, an almost fetishistic shots of 1950's bureaucratic equipment, and extreme close-ups of people's faces.
Making the experience a bit more bearable are Bill Corbett, Mike Nelson, and Kevin Murphy, now of Rifftrax
. They don't really have characters to play, and the host segment fiction is thinner than in MST3K, but it's pretty much there, sort of like Elvira's host segments, just to give us a bit of a break from the film. Their comedy is the saving grace of Killers from Space, and while it's not terribly strong in places they seem to be reasonably on target. Without them I couldn't have sat through this silliness-- it's sorta like having old friends there to help out.
There are four films total, all located here
in their entirety. Enjoy, if you dare!
Oh, hey, Elvira's there too
. They're on the right with the other collections. Listen to the catchy song about a poor lil' dog while you scroll through :)