Wednesday, February 18, 2015


This is the story of two fun-loving robots and a computer that just wanna have fun. Almost forgot to mention, these mechanical misfits also like to kill...

Love these robots. GOG is not one of my favorite robot flicks. However, I still think it's worth watching.

Written by Ivan Tors ( 1916 – 1983 ), Tom Taggart, and Richard G. Taylor.

Directed by Herbert L. Strock ( 1918 - 2005 ).

The human stars are, Richard Egan ( 1921 – 1987 ), Constance Dowling ( 1920 - 1969 ), and others.

I don't think GOG ever had a legit VHS release ( at least not here in the U.S.A. ).

As far as I know, GOG has never been released on a "pressed" region one disc.

An official DVD-R has been released by MGM. I do NOT own one, so I can't give you any details.

1 comment:

  1. I own the DVD-R but haven't had the time to sit down and watch the whole movie, but it looks great. On a related note, the whole series of Science Fiction Theatre is being released May 12 as a box set for a reasonable price.