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MST3K on the Big Screen in New Jersey

The Rosebud Theater in Westwood, NJ, will be showing an MST3K episode every Sunday night in March at 7:00pm. Up first – MST3K: The Movie (plus a rare screening of Assignment: Venezuela). You can see the full schedule here. And you can visit their MST Facebook page here.

8 Replies to “MST3K on the Big Screen in New Jersey”

  1. snowdog says:

    March? Are you kidding? It was -2 in Trenton this morning. I’m not leaving the house until June!

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  2. trickymutha says:

    That is so funny- anytime I watched “The Movie” I always featured Assignment: Venezuela first.

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  3. WeatherServo9 says:

    You might think Assignment: Venezuela is a narrow short, but it’s actually quite wide.

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  4. MSTJon says:

    That reminds me, isn’t there supposed to be one more lost short that was made for the abandoned MST3k DVD-ROM that never saw the light of day? Quick, get Shout! on the phone!

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  5. Kenneth Morgan says:

    MSTJon:
    That reminds me, isn’t there supposed to be one more lost short that was made for the abandoned MST3k DVD-ROM that never saw the light of day? Quick, get Shout! on the phone!

    That was the “Mylar” short. As I understand it, nobody seems to remember what happened to the tape they made. We need to find it, along with the cut footage from “Magnificent Ambersons” and copies of all those shows the BBC erased.

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  6. ck says:

    Such a pity they had to cut The Movie to 75 minutes, butchering the second half and the Professor’s (Gilligan’s Island) bits in the movie.

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  7. Matt_D. says:

    Love that assignment short. Even put that place in my gps to see how far it is, even though I can watch it anytime. Alas, and even though I live in Jersey, this place is over two hours away, so no go for me.

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  8. Dirk Diggler says:

    Hate to be a Debbie Downer, but in researching the Rosebud Theater it literally appears to be a small converted office space with a smallish projection screen:
    http://tinyurl.com/pju9hoq

    I can’t justify traveling 90 minutes:(

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