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Goodbye Sci-Fi

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

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Now Available from RiffTrax…

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9 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. Sitting Duck says:

    Antonio Corevi (Governor) was Rubio in Hercules Against the Moon Men. Alessandro Tedeschi (Passerby) was a commission member in Danger!! Death Ray. Producer Robert L. Lippert was producer for Rocketship X-M, Jungle Goddess, Lost Continent, King Dinosaur, Radar Secret Service, and Last of the Wild Horses (which he also co-directed). Composer Paul Sawtell was the composer for The Black Scorpion and composed stock music used in The Slime People and The Brute Man. Composer Bert Shefter also composed stock music used in The Slime People. Editor Gene Ruggiero was co-producer for Cry Wilderness. Still photographer Alfonso Avincola was still photographer for Diabolik.


  2. jay says:

    A pandemic movie? Now? Very much on the plus side there is Vincent Price. Boy, he could really play a high functioning depressed guy, that’s for sure.


  3. goalieboy82 says:

    it was better with Charlton Heston in it.


  4. eegah says:

    it was better with Charlton Heston in it.

    Homer Simpson was better


  5. Blonde Russian Spy says:

    If you’re interested, and you happen to live in one of a few selected markets in the Southeast, you can see this unriffed tonight on Nightmare Theatre. It’s a horror movie series out of Pensacola’s PBS station WSRE, but a few other PBS stations in the area have picked it up. It’s not the greatest horror movie series out there (Elvira and Svengoolie have nothing to worry about), but it has a certain charm to it. It’s heavily influenced by MST3K, even using many of the same movies, and it even had a segment on one show featuring Bill and Jonah. If you don’t live in the area, they actually have all their episodes up on YouTube, including this one:


  6. Kenneth Morgan says:

    This is actually a pretty good movie, though the riffing potential is there.

    And today is the birthday of Richard Matheson, who wrote “I Am Legend”, the book this movie is based on. Actually, this is probably the closest film adaptation of the book as yet produced.


  7. mst3kme says:

    Rifftrax also has three new shorts available.

    “Beauty and the Bride”


    “Let’s Give Kitty a Bath”

    “Senior Power”


  8. goalieboy82 says:

    eegah: Homer Simpson was better


  9. jay says:

    Regarding the cover art…

    For what it’s worth, Vincent Price’s eyes were blue.


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