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Weekend Discussion Thread: Actors/Actresses/Characters You Would Want to Live With

Last week, alert regular Marc gave us a great topic, and, this week, he spins off from that one with this:

Actors/actresses/characters from MSTed movies you would have liked to have had as a friend … or boyfriend/girlfriend … or husband/wife, etc.

Again, Batwoman, though I wouldn’t be happy with spending every Christmas […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Actors/Actresses/Characters you found VERY attractive in MSTed movies

Alert regular Mark suggests:

I had a HUGE crush on co-writer and star, Vivian Schilling, a.k.a., Natalie McMillan from “Soultaker.” Also, thought Joyce Holden as Claire Erling in “Terror from the Year 5000”, and Katherine Crawford as Dr. Abby Lawrence from “Riding With Death” were both MAJOR babes!

Oh you know my answer: […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Movies You Want to See UnMSTed

Alert regular Stef suggests:

Any movies the MST guys did that you want to see un-riffed and uncut? Because some of those movies are actually pretty good on their own merits, IMO, or because you’re curious about seeing it in its original form or because the guys talked over that one scene and […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: MSTed Movies by Good Directors

An alert regular suggests:

Last week’s WDT begs the companion idea, “Bad MST3K Movies as Re-Done by Good Directors.”

“The Deadly Bees,” as directed by Billy Wilder, who was also a great script writer: It becomes a film noir with serious conflict between Mr. and Mrs. Hargrove, and Doris the bar maid/housemaid is […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Good Movies by Bad Directors

Alert regular Perry suggests…

What would your favorite (presumably good) movie look like if it had been directed by your favorite (not so good) director?

The Godfather by Hal Warren. Michael comes back from college, and spends a lot of time hanging around the house listening to Vito and Sonny argue about Connie’s […]