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Weekend Discussion Thread: What Movies Should the Reboot Riff?

Well, what a week it’s been!

The news we got this week is causing all sorts of speculation…so let’s do some more!

What movie(s) do you think would be good fodder for the new MST3K? Obviously they won’t be doing big blockbusters, so keep in mind that the movies will be a lot like the ones they did on the old show.

Have at it!

203 Replies to “Weekend Discussion Thread: What Movies Should the Reboot Riff?”

  1. Into The Void says:

    A Flat Minor, Mr. B’s cousin:
    How about the 70’s cheesy monster bear flick, Prophecy with Robert Foxworth and Talia Shire

    ha, yeah, John Frankenheimer! …hard to fathom that same director did one of the most effective genre films ever, Seconds (1966)

    Seconds, however, would most definitely not be conducive to riffing on.


  2. Cole says:

    ThanksKilling/ThanksKilling 3
    Battlefield Earth (especially)
    Glen or Glenda?
    The Room
    The Astro-Zombies
    Troll 2
    Reefer Madness
    Home Alone 4
    The Giant Claw
    Without Warning (from the director of Angels Revenge & Final Justice)
    The Gingerdead Man
    Jack Frost (1997)
    Werewolves on Wheels
    Cat-Women of the Moon
    The Brain from Planet Arous
    The Birds II: Land’s End
    The Blob (preferably 1958)
    Attack of the Jungle Women
    The Vampire Bat (1933)
    Day the World Ended
    The Crazies (1973)
    The Conqueror (the one with John Wayne)
    Any Leif Garrett Films
    Zyzzyx Road
    Catman in Lethal Track
    They Came from Beyond Space
    Barb Wire
    Captain America (1990)
    The Fantastic Four (1994)
    Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn
    Prehysteria! trilogy
    Mesa of Lost Women
    Mutant Chronicles
    Death Bed: The Bed That Eats
    And especially…
    Roger Cornan’s Creature from the Haunted Sea


  3. Cole says:

    Last one, then I’ll Shut Up…
    Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
    It Came from Beyond Space
    The Man from Planet X
    Invisible Invaders


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