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Forced by evil scientists to watch bad "B" movies until he breaks, a host and a bunch of captive robots comment on the films to keep sane. During each movie, the host and robots perform skits or songs, known as host segments, that are usually related to that episode's film.

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"Overdrawn at the Memory Bank" (1984) Fantasy. A futuristic rebel overdoses on "Casablanca"; with Raul Julia.
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"Time Chasers" (1994) Science fiction. A geek makes a time machine from an airplane and a Commodore 64.
aired 21 days ago
"Prince of Space" (1959) Science fiction. Planet Prince arrives in a flying saucer to save Earth from Phantom Mission. With Tatsuo Umemiya, Joji Oda and Hiroko Mine.
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Recycled "Battlestar Galactica" footage highlights this story about the struggle for control of a huge space cruiser in "Space Mutiny.".
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"The Wild Rebels" (1967) Action. An auto racer poses as getaway driver for outlaw bikers. With Steve Alaimo, Willie Pastrano, John Vella.
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"Catalina Caper" (1967) Collegians track art thieves and attend beach parties. With Tommy Kirk, Del Moore, Peter Duryea.
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"The Sidehackers" a k a "Five the Hard Way" (1969) Adventure. A motorcycle racer rejects the wrong woman and nearly pays with his life.
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"The Corpse Vanishes" (1942) Horror. A mad botanist drains kidnapped brides to keep his 80-year-old wife looking young. With Bela Lugosi, Luana Walters, Elizabeth Russell.
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"Women of the Prehistoric Planet" (1966) Science fiction. Alien astronauts land on a strange place, but it's only the beginning of Earth. With Wendell Corey, Keith Larsen, John Agar.
aired 38 days ago
"The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Crazy Mixed-Up Zombies" (1963) Cult. A fortune teller adds a beatnik to her zombie collection; with Cash Flagg; directed by Ray Dennis Steckler.
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"The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy" (1959) Horror. Mad Dr. Krupp sends his homemade robot to rob the treasure of a Mexican mummy's tomb. With Ramon Gay, Rosita Arenas, Crox Alvarado.
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"The Crawling Hand" (1964) Horror. A medical student finds the deadly hand of a lost astronaut sought by scientists. With Peter Breck, Kent Taylor, Rod Lauren.
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"Invasion of the Neptune Men" (1961) Science fiction. An alien superhero saves Earth from space invaders.
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"The Gunslinger" (1956) Western. A Texas marshal's widow faces a saloonkeeper and her hired gun.
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"Parts: The Clonus Horror" (1978) Cult. An escaped clone tries to expose a government plot; Tim Donnelly; Dick Sargent; Peter Graves.
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"The Giant Spider Invasion" (1975) Cult. Scientist and girlfriend spy car-size mutant spiders; with Steve Brodie, Barbara Hale.
aired 66 days ago
"Ring of Terror" (1962) Horror. Fraternity brothers tell a premed student to rob a corpse. With George Mather, Esther Furst, Austin Green.
aired 66 days ago
"Teenagers From Outer Space" (1959) Science fiction. Alien teens with ray guns land on Earth to breed their lobsterlike space cattle. With David Love, Dawn Anderson, Harvey B. Dunn.
aired 67 days ago
"Laserblast" (1978) Science fiction. A teen finds a laser gun and pendant left by aliens, who watch.
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"Escape 2000" (1985) science fiction. Newswoman and Bronx warrior vs. borough exterminator; with Mark Gregory, Henry Silva, Valeria D'Obici.
aired 73 days ago
"Attack of the Giant Leeches" (1959) Horror. A bartender sends his wife and her lover into a swamp where big, smart leeches lurk. With Ken Clark, Michael Emmett, Yvette Vickers.

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The cult classic TV show is back! Comic Jonah Ray plays the role of Jonah Heston, a hapless human who is forced by evil scientists to endure a vault of cheesy movies. Kinga Forrester (Felicia Day) is the daughter of the original mad scientist, Dr. Clayton Forrester, and Patton Oswalt plays the son of Clayton's former henchman. In hopes of holding onto his sanity, Jonah watches the films with his hilarious robot companions. Together, the "B" movie audience members crack snarky jokes as the action plays out on screen.
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