Night Train to Mundo Fine (1966)
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as Griffin, Griffin / Narrator
as Mr. Wilson
as Landis / Fidel Castro
as Cherokee Jack
as Ruby Chastain
as Bayiev Chastain
as Old Man
as Old Man's Daughter
as Newspaper Reporter
as Priest/Jaime Russell
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When I first saw The Beast of Yucca Flats, Coleman Francis became an instant legend in my eyes. I love the Beast of Yucca Flats: it's so horrible and inept in every way it becomes enjoyable to watch. But Night Train to Mundo Fine takes Coleman's ineptitude from his two previous films and explodes it into a wonderland of nonstop, start-to-finish blunders and low-budget failures. THRILL as the same five men climb up a cliff a dozen times in some sort of apparent effort to convince the audience the men are an invasion landing force. SHOCK AND AWE is what you'll feel as a huge chunk of the plot involving Cuba winds up being nothing but poorly acted, directed, and written filler. IMAGINE exciting scenes like flying planes and moving trains because Coleman Francis couldn't afford such things. AMAZE as our writer/director/actor shows off his monotone, nonsensical acting "ability."
One of the worst film's I've ever seen. There really is no plot to the film. It's almost as if the creators simply picked a location on sight and filmed at it to whatever crazy idea they could come up with. It's never explained why the awful characters went to war, why they went around and killed people, or what their intentions were. Very terrible, but a decent MST3K episode as the movie is perfect for the series.
Coleman Francis may be the worst director ever. Still, the cast of MST3K did a great job of riffing on this crapfest.
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