Of course things were a bit different this time around. There was a new host, Jonah Heston who became our human trapped by a new mad scientist, Kinga Forrester. Crow, Tom Servo, Gypsy and Cambot all returned but with new performers (and voices). The show balanced this new crew with a faithful attempt to capture the feel and tone of the original series. The special effects were low budget, the host segments were a mix of corny and silly with a dash of song. The riffing managed to span a wide range of topics and generations while keeping things family friendly and fun.
The result was an impressive return that managed to do exactly what the show always did, expose the viewer to unfortunate films and provide plenty of laughs. The films selected for this season run the gamut from giant rubber monsters, 80's fantasy cheese, 70's Star Wars ripoffs and even a disaster movie. All the films are in color and widescreen and no short subjects were tackled. But all in all, the movies are some of the most entertaining yet and the crew does a fine job with them.
- 1101 - Reptilicus
- 1102 - Cry Wilderness
- 1103 - The Time Travelers
- 1104 - Avalanche
- 1105 - The Beast of Hollow Mountain
- 1106 - Starcrash
- 1107 - The Land that Time Forgot
- 1108 - The Loves of Hercules
- 1109 - Yongary - The Monster from the Deep
- 1110 - Wizards of the Lost Kingdom
- 1111 - Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II
- 1112 - Carnival Magic
- 1113 - The Christmas that Almost Wasn't
- 1114 - At Earth's Core