History YMMV / TheUndead

22nd Apr '16 3:48:21 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatGuy:
** The imp is played by Billy Barty.
** Roger Corman regular Dick Miller is one of the poor souls who comes to sell his soul to Satan.
29th Mar '16 9:34:03 PM AnotherGuy
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* HeartwarmingMoments: Diane being inspired by Helene's sacrifice.

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* HeartwarmingMoments: HeartwarmingMoments:
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Diane being inspired by Helene's sacrifice.sacrifice.
** Helene telling Meg that while she was [[CreepyGood creeped out by her]] at first, she now loves her like a family member.
14th Feb '16 10:33:25 PM PaulA
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* HeyItsThatGuy:
** The imp is played by Billy Barty.
** Roger Corman regular Dick Miller is one of the poor souls who comes to sell his soul to Satan.


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* PropRecycling: The bats that Livia and her imp change into are recycled props from Corman's ''Film/ItConqueredTheWorld''.
18th Jan '15 7:19:17 PM AnotherGuy
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* HeartwarmingMoments: Diane being inspired by Helene's sacrifice.


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* {{Tearjerker}}: Helen's decision, even though she's innocent.
9th Nov '14 2:59:41 PM Timurlame
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* ValuesDissonance: Pendragon tells Helene that "[She] couldn't fool a child in its cradle" when she claims to have deceived Meg Maud. It's meant as a compliment to her guilelessness and purity, but today it sounds like a straight-up insult.

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* ValuesDissonance: Pendragon tells Helene that "[She] couldn't fool a child in its cradle" when she claims to have deceived Meg Maud. It's meant as a compliment to her guilelessness and purity, purity of character, but today it sounds like a straight-up insult.
9th Nov '14 2:59:19 PM Timurlame
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* ValuesDissonance: Pendragon tells Helene that "[She] couldn't fool a child in its cradle" when she claims to have deceived Meg Maud. It's meant as a compliment to her guilelessness and purity, but today it sounds like a straight-up insult.
8th Nov '14 1:20:23 PM Timurlame
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* IdiotPlot: Quintus's temporal tomfoolery aside, most of the plot is moved by the fact that Pendragon is dumber than a sack of concussed doorknobs.

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* IdiotPlot: Quintus's Quintis's temporal tomfoolery aside, most of the plot is moved by the fact that Pendragon is dumber than a sack of concussed doorknobs.
7th Nov '14 2:37:27 PM Timurlame
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* IdiotPlot: Quintus's temporal tomfoolery aside, most of the plot is moved by the fact that Pendragon is dumber than a sack of concussed doorknobs.
22nd Mar '13 8:45:26 PM Dante668
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* FridgeLogic: How on earth could Helene dying of natural causes ''possibly'' prevent her reincarnations from being born? Whether or not she dies of old age or on the chopping block, she's ''still dead''.
** FridgeHorror: Helene's future reincarnations along the "death" path speak to her, pleading to be allowed to live, which means potential incarnations possess some sort of consciousness. If her survival meant that an entirely different set of reincarnations (on the "life" path) would have come to be as a result, then what happened to all those perfectly innocent women when she chose to die?
*** Those women shouldn't have existed in the first place. The fact that the Devil wouldn't mind her staying seems to indicate he'd be able to pick the women who follow her.
** Also, what's to stop Quintis from mucking around in the past? He has something like 700 years of scientific and cultural development to draw upon. At the end, Diana and Bald Scientist Guy should be lamenting Quintis' fate while sitting in [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas a giant crystal spire]] or something. And why does the Devil think Quintis belongs to him? Time Travel isn't a sin, though Pride is one of the Seven Deadly Sins, and Quintis is a SmugSnake to end all Smug Snakes.)
** After Quintis explains the paradox, Tom adds "Either that, or I'm wrong."
3rd May '12 11:26:46 PM chico
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* SoBadItsGood: Really, by MST3K standards this one isn't all that bad. At least everyone involved is clearly trying. The surprisingly decent-looking sets also deserve special mention, considering the whole film was made in ''six days'' in a converted supermarket (the crew even mentions this last point).

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* SoBadItsGood: Really, by MST3K standards this one isn't all that bad. At least everyone Everyone involved is clearly trying. The surprisingly decent-looking sets also deserve special mention, considering the whole film was made in ''six days'' in a converted supermarket (the crew even mentions this last point).supermarket.
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