Saw this when I was a kid and loved it, and obviously it stuck in my memory enough that I suddenly wanted to have it. In my own head this movie got mashed up with the song Monster Mash, and I spent the whole movie waiting for the song to come on. Turns out, Monster Mash is an entirely separate issue -- which I won't hold against the movie! It's certainly a bit dated and some of the humor is goofy in a fairly painful way. I mean, if you know Phyllis Diller at all, you'll know what to expect. If not, expect bad jokes. But it's a fun enough ride, interesting probably mainly to people "of a certain age" although my five year old son liked it very much too. And anti-nuclear in its own weird way. It's not the most amazing thing you've ever seen, but sure, it's worth a look, particularly if you have sentimental reasons.