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Goodbye Sci-Fi

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  1. jay says:

    The latest 2020 version of THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME centers on people who are forced to go through a Walmart and touch frequently used surfaces. The soap in the restrooms and hand sanitizer dispensers have been removed, but in an unexpected plot twist a can of Lysol has been hidden in the pharmaceutical section.

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  2. Kenneth Morgan says:

    One of the 1,254,629 adaptations of the original story, if you figure in all media, and both authorized and unauthorized.

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  3. Kenneth Morgan:
    One of the 1,254,629 adaptations of the original story, if you figure in all media, and both authorized and unauthorized.

    Including “Bloodlust”, but this would be the Brady-free version.

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  4. mst3kme says:

    The latest update on Bill and Virginia Corbett’s health after the Coronavirus diagnosis.

    https://twitter.com/BillCorbett/status/1252253998683488257

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  5. Terry the Sensitive Knight says:

    jay:
    The latest 2020 version of THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME centers on people who are forced to go through a Walmart and touch frequently used surfaces.The soap in the restrooms and hand sanitizer dispensers have been removed, but in an unexpected plot twist a can of Lysol has been hidden in the pharmaceutical section.

    In all seriousness there’s “The Hunt” which almost seems like a parody, but isn’t

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  6. Cornjob says:

    I was wondering if Bloodlust would get a remake.

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  7. goalieboy82 says:

    Herbert Hoover got’s my vote.

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  8. Sitting Duck says:

    I’ve only seen the preview at this point, but I’m guessing this is the 1932 version with Joel McCrea. Makeup artist Wally Westmore (who has a ton of respectable credits like Rear Window, Vertigo, and War of the Worlds) was makeup supervisor for Village of the Giants and The Space Children. In addition, his brother Bud did makeup for a bunch of films and TV shows at Universal that would be used on MST3K, such as San Francisco International, Kitten with a Whip, This Island Earth, Revenge of the Creature, The Leech Woman, The Mole People, The Deadly Mantis, and The Thing That Couldn’t Die. Process photography man Bud Thackery also did process photography and other unspecified special effects in Undersea Kingdom.

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  9. littleaimishboy says:

    Yes, definitely 1932, here’s a still from that one depicting rhyming twosome Fay Wray and J. McCrea.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Most_Dangerous_Game_(film)#/media/File:Most_Dangerous_Game_prey.jpg

    “SNIDELY WHIPLASH is like, ‘Tone it down, man!’ “

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  10. Sitting Duck:
    I’ve only seen the preview at this point, but I’m guessing this is the 1932 version with Joel McCrea

    It’s Rifftrax: Gee, I WONDER if it’s the Public-Domain version that just showed up on Amazon Prime, with the cheap colorized Legend Films cover. Naahhh…

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  11. mst3kme says:

    From Wikipedia.

    “‘The Most Dangerous Game’ was filmed at night on the same sets used in King Kong (1933) with three of the same actors, Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Noble Johnson.

    ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ received mostly positive reviews from critics upon its release. Author and film critic Leonard Maltin gave the film three out of four stars, calling it ‘[a] Vivid telling of Richard Connell’s oft-filmed story’. British magazine Time Out gave the film a positive review, praising the film’s acting, and suspense, calling it ‘one of the best and most literate movies from the great days of horror’”.

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