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Goodbye Sci-Fi

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

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  1. skrag2112
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    This makes ‘Hobgoblins’ look well crafted and expertly filmed.

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  2. Sitting Duck
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    Being a direct-to-video indy film made in Pennsylvania in the 1990s, it’s not too big a surprise no one involved with has worked on any films featured on MST3K (yet).

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  3. Son of Peanut
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    Haven’t seen it, but looking at the poster I thought it might be a sequel to Laserblast!

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  4. kevinhayman
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    I had this and the sequel on DVD for several years and this may be one of the worst things I’ve ever watched. Then I actually watched the second one. Where Santa saves the world after it was destroyed in this one. . .

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  5. jay
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    This production invites comparisons to great film makers like Hitchcock and Kubrick in that it more closely resembles something done by Billy in third grade that anything by them.

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  6. I LOVE Feeders. Feeders is the greatest example of, “DAMMIT, I’M GONNA MAKE A MOVIE, GET THE HELL OUT OF MY WAY!” EVER.
    Let me point out three things, here: first, they got a distributor for this…thing.
    Second, Donna and Michelle are the two realest small-town hotties ever to grace the small screen.
    Third, EVERYBODY who participated in any capacity in this gem went on to make more movies. EVERYBODY. Mark Polonia has fifty-five directorial credits on imdb.
    As we used to say in the Sixties, “Flapping your arms CAN be flying.”

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  7. Laura
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    Wasn’t this featured on “Best of the Worst”? I’d swear I’d seen this before, I can’t seem to find it there.

    Never mind. Google says it was “Plinketto episode 4.” I knew I’d seen this before.

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  8. mst3kme
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    Kevinhayman:

    From Kevin Murphy’s Twitter. :-)

    https://mobile.twitter.com/kwmurphy/status/1190433849249091584

    kevinhayman:
    I had this and the sequel on DVD for several years and this may be one of the worst things I’ve ever watched. Then I actually watched the second one. Where Santa saves the world after it was destroyed in this one. . .

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  9. Joel Lillo
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    The actor who plays Bennett looks just like my brother John did in the 1980’s. I know that means nothing to anyone else here, but it made watching this already bizarre movie all the more bizarre.

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