Michael Landon terrorizes his high school as a savage werewolf while a hostile alien infiltrates the SOL.



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In this cult classic B-rated horror movie, Michael Landon terrorizes his high school with his short temper while turning into a werewolf on the side. Meanwhile, after Mike is voted out of (and then back into) command of the SOL, Pearl and her growing posse of minions decide to go camping on a mysterious new planet. She leaves the Satellite on auxiliary power in the mean time, which allows a hostile alien to infiltrate the ship and lay eggs in Tom's chest. Crow tries to use a proximity detector to find the alien, which fails when he discovers he has it on the wrong setting and then Tom goes hunting for it commando style until his fears get the best of him and he breaks down crying. The alien has been busy while Mike and the Bots were in the theater, so busy that she's managed to lay other eggs all over the Bridge, which they try to get rid of by making omelets from them. The alien appears to be getting the upper hand of the SOL until Mike falls back on the absolute last resort no one ... Written by Titus Yorick

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19 April 1997 (USA)  »

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Popular 1957 Science Fiction Film Watched By Comedians
9 December 2016 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

A scientist (Whit Bissell) turns a kid (Michael Landon) into a man beast and a cop (Guy Williams) attempts to track down the creature.

By today's standards, this film has a few really, really terrible moments, like when the kids break out into song, so such scenes make perfect comedy material for the Mystery Theatre guys.

However, unlike many of the other flicks this group makes fun of, there is just not as much stuff to joke around with here.

Basically, I Was A Teenage Werewolf is not a bad movie, so the jokes mainly centre on things like 1950s values and Bonanza.

However, who could forget the later hysterical scene where the old people hunt down the werewolf and we hear "Great Caesar's Ghost" (a line from 1950s Adventures Of Superman) from one of the comics.

Basically, if you wish to see I Was A Teenage Werewolf I would consider watching it the regular way first, then see it again with the Mystery Theatre guys doing the jokes.

Finally, as a fan of Whit Bissell in The Time Tunnel series (1966), it was fun to hear Bissell come out with the line "we are going backwards in time"...the sort of thing he would later say in Time Tunnel.

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