Monster of the Day #189 Updated on February 1, 2011 By Ken Begg 14 Comments Finally! Fully recovered from B-Fest! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1551 (Apr 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1550 (Apr 18, 2017) Monster of the Day #1549 (Apr 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1548 (Apr 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1547 (Apr 13, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net P Stroud Outer Limits as I recall. Or Peter Lorre watching Baywatch. roger h or a Tex Avery cartoon. Ericb I have to question the advantage of having giant eyes on a planet that doesn’t have night. Anyway I actually watched this episode a few days ago and I remember Warren Oats looked like he stumbled in one scene so he probably had difficutly seeing through those things. BeckoningChasm According to the Outer Limits book that came out some years ago, the eyes kept popping off his face because of the heat from the studio lights. roger h I forgot it was Warren Oates and now all I can think of looking at this picture is that he is saying: “You better hit those bunks my little babies, or Sergeant Hulka with the ‘big eyes’ is gonna see how far he can stick them . . .” So who does it better Warren Oates or Gary Lockwood? Ericb Off topic (I wish there was a message board here) but I thought some of you might get a kick out of this, it’s a Russian ripoff of MST3K with the Dr. Forrester knockoff looking like a certain German dictator from the 1930′-40s: http://www.mst3kinfo.com/?p=8658 I wonder how strict the censorship in Russia is because I’m sure there is a ton of Soviet era material that would be perfect for some savage riffing. roger h I got a kick out of that Russian MST3K. Funny thing is that Joel & Mike have riffed Soviet films several times although they were chopped up and disguised by folks like Roger Corman. I would try to find the examples but, you folks know them as well as me. Ericb There were those weird Finnish-Soviet fairy tale cross productions as well. fish eye no miko Poor Fred will never quite recover from watching “2 Girls, 1 Cup”. Rock Baker One of the early episodes I saw that first night TNT was showing the first Outer Limits marathon! That event marking the first time in years the show had even been broadcast. I still have one of the tapes we made that night. Some very warm memories there. Rock Baker And welcome home, Ken! John M. Hanna @Ericb I for one welcome the glorious peoples cinema revolution. Cast off the chains of B-movie oppression comrades! roger h re: Russia MST3K who do like better Osip or Mikhail? sandra Ahm the Fried Egg Monster !