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RiffTrax Presents Bridget and Mary Jo Presents “Deadly Instincts.” Download it here.

21 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. jay
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    Does it have to be a woman’s college? Yes. I know. It has to be a woman’s college so the students can run screaming and fall down and be scantily clad in their dorms and so forth and so on. This looks like a movie for Mary Jo and Bridget. To poop on!!

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  2. Joe Boltonn
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    Assume this is the movie “Breeders? On a down note, one of it’s stars, Kadamba Simmons, was tragically murdered by her boyfriend. Sometimes it’s better not to know facts about a movie. The new MSKT3K showed “Wizards of the Lost Kingdom w/ Lana Clarkson and one of Al Adamson’s last movies. I believe the star of “High School Big shot” was also murdered; “It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry..” B. Dylan.

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  3. The Original EricJ
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    Joe Boltonn:
    Assume this is the movie “Breeders?

    Yep, this would probably be a LOT better remembered to the haunters of old 80’s VHS Blockbuster shelves as “Breeders”. That would put it right squarely in the dead center of Bridget & MJ territory.
    But, they had to get their PD prints, with cheap-distributor titles, where they could get them.

    The main difference between the two riffing squads, of course, is that while MK&B merely titter, snort and giggle at their own jokes, B&MJ guffaw openly.
    Women laugh more when they’re together, I guess.

    jay:
    Does it have to be a woman’s college?Yes.I know.It has to be a woman’s college so the students can run screaming and fall down and be scantily clad in their dorms and so forth and so on.This looks like a movie for Mary Jo and Bridget.

    Gee, I hope they remember to put OTHER jokes in the riffing…

    (Here’s a fun bar bet: Ask a guy and girl film fan to name their favorite Worst Movie Cliche’s, while you act all Kreskin-psychic and seal your prediction in an envelope. The guy will probably mention the ones he remembered from Siskel & Ebert, like the Monologuing Villain, or the Fruit-Crashing Car Chase, but–putting a “psychic” hand to your head like Professor Xavier–watch the female fan’s astonishment as you open your envelope and it reads “I hate those old horror movies where the girl trips when she’s being chased by the monster!” If it ever doesn’t work, let me know, it hasn’t failed yet.)

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  4. Torgo
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    This movie sounded familiar and when I looked into it I found out that this was a movie that was released on VHS under the title Breeders. I remember that VHS cover vividly because it showed off the monster in full and it looked awesome. Never saw the movie though, but I have so much nostalgia for that VHS cover (if such a thing is possible) that I bought this VOD instantly. Now I get to finally see this by all accounts POS movie AND I get some funny from Bridget and Mary Jo.

    This is win/win baby.

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  5. MonkeyPretzel
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    (Here’s a fun bar bet:Ask a guy and girl film fan to name their favorite Worst Movie Cliche’s, while you act all Kreskin-psychic and seal your prediction in an envelope.The guy will probably mention the ones he remembered from Siskel & Ebert, like the Monologuing Villain, or the Fruit-Crashing Car Chase, but–putting a “psychic” hand to your head like Professor Xavier–watch the female fan’s astonishment as you open your envelope and it reads “I hate those old horror movies where the girl trips when she’s being chased by the monster!”If it ever doesn’t work, let me know, it hasn’t failed yet.)

    You’re single, right?

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  6. majorjoe23
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    The Original EricJ: Yep, this would probably be a LOT better remembered to the haunters of old 80’s VHS Blockbuster shelves as “Breeders”.That would put it right squarely in the dead center of Bridget & MJ territory.
    But, they had to get their PD prints, with cheap-distributor titles, where they could get them.

    The main difference between the two riffing squads, of course, is that while MK&B merely titter, snort and giggle at their own jokes, B&MJ guffaw openly.
    Women laugh more when they’re together, I guess.

    Gee, I hope they remember to put OTHER jokes in the riffing…

    (Here’s a fun bar bet:Ask a guy and girl film fan to name their favorite Worst Movie Cliche’s, while you act all Kreskin-psychic and seal your prediction in an envelope.The guy will probably mention the ones he remembered from Siskel & Ebert, like the Monologuing Villain, or the Fruit-Crashing Car Chase, but–putting a “psychic” hand to your head like Professor Xavier–watch the female fan’s astonishment as you open your envelope and it reads “I hate those old horror movies where the girl trips when she’s being chased by the monster!”If it ever doesn’t work, let me know, it hasn’t failed yet.)

    I’m loath to quote an Adam Sandler movie, but:

    Mr The Original EricJ, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this thread is now dumber for having read it. I award you no likes, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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  7. Steve K
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    majorjoe23: I’m loath to quote an Adam Sandler movie, but:

    Mr The Original EricJ, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this thread is now dumber for having read it. I award you no likes, and may God have mercy on your soul.

    Don’t worry, he’s just still smarting from the fact that the RT guys recently doubled down on Final Justice.

    Kali:
    Is Mary Jo now the only performer to be a regular or semi-regular on Rifftrax, CT, original MST, and new MST?

    Well, CT didn’t have guests, so that limits options right away to Joel, Josh, Trace, Frank, and MJ.

    Josh, Trace, and Frank weren’t in Season 11. ( Unless you count Frank’s attendance at the NY show of the live tour ; ) They each could possibly cameo in Season 12 if it happens, but I don’t see that as likely.

    Joel has also been on all of them (albeit only a RT guest once I believe (MST3k Reunion) ). I don’t know if I’d count MJ’s two episode appearances in new MST as “semi-regular”, but I’ll agree that two is more than one.

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  8. majorjoe23
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    Wasn’t MJ In three episodes of season 11?

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  9. Steve K
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    majorjoe23:
    Wasn’t MJ In three episodes of season 11?

    You’re right — I couldn’t remember for sure so I checked IMDB, but I read the wrong section (she only wrote for two episodes.)
    For the record, she appeared in Cry Wilderness, Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II, and At the Earth’s Core, and wrote for Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II and Starcrash. (That is, if IMDB is correct ; )

    Three is even more more than one than two is, but the question remains, how much is semi-regular?

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  10. Yeti of Great Danger
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    Ah, EricJ. We could all tell which posts are YOURS even if you didn’t sign them because of your childish reliance on all caps, italics, and bolding. It’s just SO PRECIOUS. And isn’t it wonderful that men in horror movies have no clichés like, oh, I DON’T KNOW, saying “I think we should split up” or going into a dark attic or basement (usually carrying some big phallic-shaped weapon).

    “Women laugh more when they’re together, I guess.” As a woman, I can attest to the absolute TRUTH of this — and we’re usually laughing AT self-aggrandizing jerks who insult women because it makes them feel like such big men, if ya know what I mean.

    So, back to MJ&B. I love their take on bad movies and will be buying this one. Their “Cat-Women of the Moon” has become my favorite pick-me-up (“Acting? Or coma? You decide!”).

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  11. privateiron
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    If you believe the studies, women laugh most when they are in the presence of men they don’t know. Men laugh most when they are with their friends. How this comment became relevant to this particular thread, I don’t know. Thanks, EricJ, only you could work that kind of magic.

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  12. Torgo
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    I laugh most at other people’s misfortunes.

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  13. Droppo
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    (Here’s a fun bar bet:Ask a guy and girl film fan to name their favorite Worst Movie Cliche’s, while you act all Kreskin-psychic and seal your prediction in an envelope.The guy will probably mention the ones he remembered from Siskel & Ebert, like the Monologuing Villain, or the Fruit-Crashing Car Chase, but–putting a “psychic” hand to your head like Professor Xavier–watch the female fan’s astonishment as you open your envelope and it reads “I hate those old horror movies where the girl trips when she’s being chased by the monster!”If it ever doesn’t work, let me know, it hasn’t failed yet.)

    A sad peek into EricJ’s fantasy world…

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  14. littleaimishboy
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    Torgo:
    I laugh most at other people’s misfortunes.

    Sure, we all do!

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  15. Son of Gorgo
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    So when is the ignore function going to work so that we can ignore the obvious troll who probably hasn’t watched an episode of MST3K much less RiffTrax.

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  16. Kenotic
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    Kali:
    Is Mary Jo now the only performer to be a regular or semi-regular on Rifftrax, CT, original MST, and new MST?

    Yes, and personally I thought she added a great touch to the new show (Along with Kevin and Bill). When (NOT IF) Season 12 rolls along I hope to see her in Moon 13 for a while helping Kinga pick up the pieces.

    And her new makeup on the show – There’s something wonderfully weird about it.

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  17. trennerdios
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    The Original EricJ: (Here’s a fun bar bet: Ask a guy and girl film fan to name their favorite Worst Movie Cliche’s, while you act all Kreskin-psychic and seal your prediction in an envelope. The guy will probably mention the ones he remembered from Siskel & Ebert, like the Monologuing Villain, or the Fruit-Crashing Car Chase, but–putting a “psychic” hand to your head like Professor Xavier–watch the female fan’s astonishment as you open your envelope and it reads “I hate those old horror movies where the girl trips when she’s being chased by the monster!” If it ever doesn’t work, let me know, it hasn’t failed yet.)

    I can deal with your usual BS, but the clockwork misogyny that spills out of you every time Mary Jo and Bridget have a new rifftrax release is just gross. I get that you’ve never known the touch of a woman, and that makes you bitter, but taking it out on the opposite sex isn’t going to do you any favors.

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  18. Mike Walters
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    You know it’s perversely heartwarming that, no matter what film is being riffed or by whom, we can all come together around our shared loathing of EricJ.

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  19. docskippy
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    Is this Tim Kincaid’s Breeders retitled? Or some other movie originally entitled Breeders that I’m not familiar with? An earlier poster’s reference to a dorm would argue against it being Kincaid’s Breeders.

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  20. docskippy
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    The Original EricJ: (Here’s a fun bar bet: Ask a guy and girl film fan to name their favorite Worst Movie Cliche’s, while you act all Kreskin-psychic and seal your prediction in an envelope. The guy will probably mention the ones he remembered from Siskel & Ebert, like the Monologuing Villain, or the Fruit-Crashing Car Chase, but–putting a “psychic” hand to your head like Professor Xavier–watch the female fan’s astonishment as you open your envelope and it reads “I hate those old horror movies where the girl trips when she’s being chased by the monster!” If it ever doesn’t work, let me know, it hasn’t failed yet.)

    Right, cuz women, man, they’re all the same, right EricJ? SO PREDICTABLE they are! Not very bright! Easy prey for a smooth operator like yourself, a real seduction specialist.

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