Alert reader Gobi suggests:
Villains love to scheme, and MST villains are no exception. So, which schemes were sensible, in that given a modicum of luck and skillful execution, they had a reasonable chance at success. Contrarily, which schemes were bat-guano crazy; that is, either the goal itself was so ridiculous that any [...]
Alert reader Jonathan writes:
As we know, MST3k will always be encapsulated in a certain moment in time, mainly due to all the pop culture references. One of the most frequent manifestations of this are the in-movie riffing of celebrity/public figure look-a-likes.
Now, whenever I see “Teen-Age Strangler” I can’t help but think [...]
With the arrival of the latest set of episodes from Shout!Factory, alert regular Paul has this excellent suggestion:
Given that the new MST3k Volume XXIX DVD set contains a special extra feature on artist Steve Vance, the guy who illustrates the Shout Factory mini poster artwork, it would be a good time to [...]
WDT regular Sue, who is becoming a font of thread ideas, suggests:
My idea is: Switcheroo! If you could exchange one character in any MSTed movie for another, who would they be? I mean whom would they be? To make things more appropriate, funnier, weirder, whatever-er.
I’d switch out Ben Murphy’s Sam in [...]
For folks in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Scranton Cultural Center will again present Bad Movie Thursdays with MST3K – hosted by yours truly — Thursday at 7 p.m. (Cocktails at 6.) The episode this month is 507- I ACCUSE MY PARENTS (with short: “The Truck Farmer). More info here. If you live in the [...]
Two things happened recently that got me thinking.
First, I got sent a preview copy of the next Shout!Factory set recently and one of the most interesting extras on it was the interview with Walter George Alton, who played The Pumuman. And I was a little taken aback about his opinion of the [...]
Alert reader Sue emails to say:
While watching ESPN this morning, there was a brief segment on retired NFL star Brett Favre’s new look. Although only 44, he’s currently sporting a very thick, very white beard. All I could think of when I saw his picture was Cameron Mitchell’s Santa look in Space [...]
On Friday, March 14 and Saturday, March 15 at 10:00pm, “MST3K: The Movie” will be shown at The Loft Cinema, 3233 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ.
General Admission is $6, $5 for Loft Members. For more information, click here.
We’ve done “Lamest hero in a MSTed movie” but we’ve never really turned our attention to the “fairer sex.”
Who’s the most ridiculous female character in a MSTed movie?
I’m going to have to go with the lady astronauts in “King Dinosaur.” They achieve nothing and are simply ballast for the entire movie.
For folks in Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Scranton Cultural Center will again present Bad Movie Thursdays with MST3K – hosted by yours truly — Thursday at 7 p.m. (Cocktails at 6.) The episode this month is 423- BRIDE OF THE MONSTER. More info here. Join us, won’t we?