What makes this the one of the worst MST3k movies is the random narration of disjointed events ranging from flags on the moon to a women’s purse. There was no connection between any of the scenes. The characters were thin as they had neither acted or a story and hardly any dialogue—it was all narration and grunts.
Half of the movie was spent watching cars drive on dusty roads in the desert this even went so far as to have a long flying scene with some idiot shooting out the window at an innocent man. Then he jumped out of the plane to hunt him down and finish the job.
The director of The Beast of Yucca Flats also created Red Zone Cuba an equally bad movie which will be reviewed soon.
The MS3k crew as usual made the movie bearable. Crow T. Robot was funny as he pestered Mike Nelson (a Wisconsin Native) about lunch time continually asking him if it was 11:30.
SJ’s advice is simple: DON’T WATCH THIS MOVIE WITHOUT THE MST3K PEOPLE TO MAKE IT TOLERABLE. BE WARNED!