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  1. Kenneth Morgan
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    Does this include material from the recent in-theater showing that I missed?

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  2. Sitting Duck
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    While director/producer Steve Latshaw isn’t directly involved with any MST3K films, he wrote and directed Return of the Killer Shrews. Also for his Jack-O acting credit as a cable installer, he uses the pseudonym Vic Savage. Writer/Producer Patrick Moran (who also portrays Jack-O-Lantern) was also involved with Return of the Killer Shrews as a writer and producer, in which he also portrayed Wally. John Carradine (Walter Machen) was Dr. Conway in The Unearthly and Mr. Wilson in Red Zone Cuba. Cameron Mitchell (Dr. Cadaver) was Alex Jansen in Space Mutiny and George Benedict in Stranded in Space.

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  3. disqus_FixLIp5LhA
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    Kenneth Morgan:
    Does this include material from the recent in-theater showing that I missed?

    The In-Theater showing was basically just the Rifftrax they were going to sell on the site, but I was pleased to discover that the purchase also gives you the title cards they aired before the show.

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  4. mst3kme
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    From ew.com:

    “Those who like their horror movies with all the strings showing will love this entertaining disaster, dubbed Plan 9 From Out of State by its own cast and crew. Executive producer Fred Olen Ray and director Steve Latshaw go Ed Wood one better by incorporating old footage of two dead actors (John Carradine and Cameron Mitchell) in a new production, and nitpickers will feast on details like an ersatz Bible that contains a preface. While the story of a demon who preys on a small town may be ripped off from the more atmospheric Pumpkinhead, Jack-O improves upon that film by delivering the sight of a grown man running around with a giant gourd over his head. B”

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  5. TorgosPizzaNJ
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    We almost went to see this in a theater, but we chickened-out at the last minute, over Covid concerns. I could understand wanting to see KRULL or STARSHIP TROOPERS in a theater, but what’s the draw for a cheapie horror pic?

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  6. Lawgiver
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    TorgosPizzaNJ:
    We almost went to see this in a theater, but we chickened-out at the last minute, over Covid concerns. I could understand wanting to see KRULL or STARSHIP TROOPERS in a theater, but what’s the draw for a cheapie horror pic?

    The chance to get out and see a movie, maybe? I miss going to the movies and can’t wait until something worthwhile shows up in theaters.

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