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Visit our archives of the MST3K pages previously hosted by the Sci-Fi Channel's SCIFI.COM.

Goodbye Sci-Fi

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

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Episode Guide: 801- Revenge of the Creature

Movie: (1955) Sequel to “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” in which the creature is at last captured and taken to a Florida aquarium for “study.”

First shown: 2/1/97 Opening: Mike, Tom and Gypsy reappear on the bridge of the SOL. They find Crow already there, but he seems different. As they are […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Adopt a Creature?

Alert regular “MSTie” opines:

I’d call this “How Much Is That Kaiju in the Window?” — if you could adopt any pet/animal/monster/thing from an MST3K movie, what would it be and why?

I’ll go with Chris the Dog from “Revenge of the Creature.” He was a good boy and got a raw deal […]

RIP Lori Nelson

LOS ANGELES — Lori Nelson, the 1950s starlet who was kidnapped by an amphibious monster in “Revenge of the Creature” and portrayed Barbara Stanwyck’s daughter in Douglas Sirk’s “All I Desire,” died Aug. 24 at her home here. She was 87, and had been suffering from Alzheimer’s disease for several years.

MSTies […]

Episode Guide: 1103- The Time Travelers

Movie: (1964) A group of scientists create a portal that takes them to a barren, mutant-inhabited Earth.

Opening: J&tB are playing a game of “Never Did I Ever” Invention exchange: Crow has Dr. Crow’s Old Edible Silica Packets; The Mads have the Afterlife Alert Segment 1: Gypsy leads a time portal safety […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Oscar-Quality Remakes

AlbuquerqueTurkey suggests:

“Who would take “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” and its sequel, “Revenge of the Creature,” and reimagine them into a new movie which would win the Oscar for best picture? (Answer: Guillermo del Toro, apparently.) What MST movie would you reimagine/reboot into an Oscar-caliber movie, and how would you do it?”