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Goodbye Sci-Fi

Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett reflect on MST3K's final broadcast.

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This Date in MSTory

BORN ON THIS DATE 1893: Edward Cassidy, who played the father in the movie in episode 103- THE MAD MONSTER. 1904: Edward Cronjager, cinematographer for the movie in episode 509- THE GIRL IN LOVERS LANE. 1908: Viktor Vitkovich, screenwriter for the movie “Sampo,” seen in episode 422- THE DAY THE EARTH FROZE. 1918: […]

This Date in MSTory

BORN ON THIS DATE 1902: Karl Ludwig Lindt, who played Dr. Adolph Engelborger in THIS ISLAND EARTH riffed in MST3K: THE MOVIE. 1907: Henry Grace, set designer for the movie in episode 601- GIRLS TOWN. 1914: Wendell Corey, who played Admiral King in the movie in episode 104- WOMEN OF THE PREHISTORIC PLANET […]

RIP Hugh O’Brian

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.–Hugh O’Brian, handsome leading man of films and TV, and notable philanthropist, died in his sleep at his home here. He was 91.

He is perhaps best remembered on screen for the lead role in the 1955-61 series “The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp.” MSTies will remember his role as […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Your Favorite RiffTrax Live Show

Alert regular Paul notes:

The recent RiffTrax Live: MST3k Reunion show marked the 20th live show broadcast in theaters. Which shows are your favorite?

Along with the MST3k Reunion show, I hold the December 2009 Holidays Shorts show among the best! It’s also composed solely of shorts, which helped maintain attention spans. Also, […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Callbacks in the New Show

Alert regular Kenneth suggests:

“What callbacks to the original show would you like to see in the revival?”

I would suspect they are going to light on these, but a few would be fun. A well-placed “hi-keeba,” for example.

What do you think?