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Two Eps Added to Shout’s Streaming Site

There are two new exclusively streaming episodes of MST3K starting today on Shout! Factory TV: “The Final Sacrifice” and “The Wild World of Bat Woman.” There are 38 episodes on the site currently.

5 Replies to “Two Eps Added to Shout’s Streaming Site”

  1. haha, they want to take you to Bad Movie Heaven before sending you to Bad Movie Hell.

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  2. CaptainCab says:

    I’ve commented on this before, but I can stream my entire Rifftrax VOD library using my Wii U console’s HTML5 web browser, so why not this? Really wish Shout would adjust the site so people accessing it from non-PC/mobile/non-Flash/non-Roku devices could access it. I really don’t understand why any company these days would waste their money paying for Adobe/Flash for websites like this. A) It’s expensive and B) it limits the amount of people who can view your content C) HTLML5 = FREE and mutliple format friendly. OK, I’ll get off my soapbox now.

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  3. goalieboy82 says:

    off topic, i am right now watching the Shoes of the Fisherman (a movie from 1968). it has David Janssen and Burt Kwouk (note footage is from another Fu Manchu movie but was used in The Castle of Fu Manchu to pad the film).

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  4. C. says:

    2: I could point you to Hulu Plus, but Shout Factory isn’t putting their shows there, despite running on Hulu.

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  5. ready4sumfootball says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think this makes The Final Sacrifice the first episode on there that’s not a public domain movie.

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