There's an, uh, continuity problem in this movie
Now, upon hearing the title, one might think that this is just another bad,
bargain-basement monster movie. But it's really so much more! Now, there's
something that sets this apart from all the other movies of it's
type--continuity. Plan 9 From Outer Space has continuity. Hobgoblins has
continuity. Red Zone Cuba has continuity (oh, wait--bad example). Hey,
even Gamera vs. Guiron has continuity, I'll give it that. This doesn't.
Helicopters fly through the air, people die, monsters wander through the
countryside, and you couldn't break the IMDB rule of not revealing a spoiler
if you tried. It really isn't that fun to watch, but much hilarity comes
from the utter ineptness of the direction and scripting, especially with the
end. For the serious moviegoer, avoid at all costs... but if you were a
serious moviegoer, why would you be reading a review of Monster a-Go-Go,
A film about and featuring nothing.
This is essentially a "movie" about nothing. And I don't mean that is a
Seinfeld way. I mean this movie was one big piece of nothing. No plot, just
a bunch of randon scenes and characters randomly thrown together. Too awful
to watch and I'm amazed the MST3K gang actually found stuff to make fun of
(which they managed to do in their own brilliant way). This movie also had
the worst "surprise ending" in film history.
I absolutely cannot comprehend anyone actually sitting down and watching
this soul-killing film. I can't help but feel that the MST3K writers
combat pay for doing so..