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...just watching the end of Bride Of The Monster for my "appetizer".
See y'all over there... won't you?
Hi fellow MSTies, I thought it might be fun if we listed some silly quotes or riffs that we work into our daily lives....I think this has been done but not to death. I'll start....
When someone says medieval I add " on your ass..."
I have friends and stuff
When couples fight in front of me-"Can I eat in my room?
Upsetting little shorts
I hope you all have evil snacks!
SOS flash code..."Send more porn!"
Giving tough guys fey dialogue or fey names like Brice, Tad,
" A good Republican cloth coat.." ( really a Nixon quote), and so many more!
Nice place. Just don't bring your children along. The Master doesn't like children...
Anybody else been watching Mr. Robot on USA? I'm usually not too big on tv as far as dramas..more into science stuff and documentaries, but someone told me about this show and so far'I've watched and thoroughly enjoyed the first 3 episodes.
For any of the other kaiju film nuts out there, what are your favorite Gamera films or monsters?
My favorite (Gamera) monster and monster fight (maybe ever) is Gamera vs Guiron. Guiron is such a badass. I mean, he's a knife-headed reptile thing, for starters. And he's got throwing stars that come out of his aforementioned weapon-head. How is that not cool? Also, my favorite Gamera moment is when Guiron nicks him, and Gamera puts ice on his wound. Awww.
While some people think that the human element gets in the way of the monster fighting action, I like the human drama in today's WIT; it's pretty dark and brooding, instead of a squealy little kids as leads to grate on the nerves.
The brain-hungry "alien babes" in the Guiron picture are amusing, but screechy children drive me nuts. (I live next to an occasional daycare. With barky dogs. I like my peace and quiet.)
Hello! Thank you!
All work and no play makes Moe a Moe Moe.
Been itching to watch this again lately, I like Depp though I thought he was doing a John Lovitz tribute throughout but Martin Landau really stole the movie and casting George Steele as Tor Johnson was brilliant if not obvious. Would LOVE to see a Rifftrax version as that would almost seem to come full circle lol
One of my wife's home made Onion Fritters seemed to resemble a Turtle and did seem to taste suspiciously of Turtle Meat.......
Tonight's another instant fave, Screaming Skull, co-starring the delightfully perpetually angst-ridden Peggy Webber, whose grating neuroses light up the screen in Space Chlldren.
For those who haven't seen this episode, the Gumby short ahead of it can be kinda rough going, but they riff it wonderfully, and the host segment bit based on it is a scream. Be sure and have plenty of Dizzy Grizzlies on hand, though.
I'm not even halfway through it and all I can think is "What a terrible movie".
On that "Netflix" that all the kids are kooky about these days, there is this doc called "Lost Soul" it is a doc about the making of the 1996 version of "Island of Dr, Moreau" which was a good Rifftrax.
It was a fascinating documentary. Apparently, Richard Stanley was set to direct the film, and then he had some kind of breakdown, and then New Line Cinema replaced him with John Frankenhiemer.
Now, I never met Richard Stanley, but his mother was a strong influence in my first coven, back in the day, which was linked heavily to English covens... and that is all very boring to you...
Anyways, a very good doc... I recommend it, highly. It was always one of my favourite books as a child. I would have loved to see what Richard would have done with the film, as the Rifftrax film was... pretty bad. But Marlon Brando was HY-larious!
I must admit to liking the Michael York version, as I always had a crush on him.... so... anyways....
Upon seeing the movie you have to marvel at the title.
What cracks me up is that whether you're talking ESCAPE 2000 or the original ESCAPE FROM THE BRONX, the protagonists are all fighting to REMAIN in the Bronx, not escape it!
"You shoulda' left the Bronx, dad."
I think that Other Space it amazing. It is pretty funny. I'm only on episode four right now, but I enjoy it. And yes. Like Zalien's main dream, I dream of a tuna fish sandwich as my ultimate fantasy. And no. It doesn't have to be on the floor.
He's 23 years old today!
Let's all wish him love, luck, health and happiness!
I love ya, Doc! Bright Blessings on you!
Since a number of the recent WIT's have been from Japan, I thought I would share this link with y'all:
Just proves that the japanese have more to offer then sweaty men in RUBBER suits. God, I love John Oliver!!
May I suggest " Summerland" with subtitles, from 2010 released slowly over the next couple of years at film festivals. A comedy with more drama than expected. Hey was the movie Semela's Sense Of Crap ( Mike said it not me ) from Iceland? Too lazy to surf...
Thoughts on the new Bond movie?
And for the sake of the topic, your favorite Bond movies?
Oh, for some gin, vermouth and lemons right now... I could play the Killer Shrews Drinking Game at tonight's WIT:
-Any time a character on-screen either takes a drink or makes a reference to drinking or alcohol, take a drink.
-If any scene in the movie takes place in or near a bar, take a drink.
-If any character on-screen appears drunk, take a drink.
-Any time Joel or the Bots delivers a riff mentioning drinking or alcohol, take a drink.
-If, during a host segment, Joel or the Bots mention drinking or alcohol, take a drink.
-If the theme of a host segment is drinking, take a drink.
...and, a classic old-skool martini recipe, courtesy of our pal Buff Drinklots:
2 1/2 ounces gin
1/2 ounce dry vermouth
Dash of Angostura bitters
On the rocks
In the last couple of months, I have been made to watch Starcrash and The Beastmaster for the first time. While I'm sure they're more palatable if one is exposed to these things in ones youth, at the ripe old age of 36, it hurts. Starcrash was by far the more interesting of the two, to me at least, due to the behind-the-scenes drama between the overwhelmed, under-skilled special effects dude and the director. The movie itself and the clearly frustrated attempts to replicate Harryhausen stop motion effects spoke volumes of the disappointment and exhaustion that was happening off-camera. Plus, it's Italian and maybe I'm a bit ill, but I find a lot of the Italian not-great films charming, at the very least.
The Beastmaster, while at times had interesting character design (the pods with the digesting bat/alien things were kind of neat), the dyed tiger was unforgivable, the whore-hag-witches or whatever they were supposed to be were obnoxious, and overall, the thing was poorly written with sub-par acting (they did their best with what they had, I guess) and the set design was less than meh. I've been hearing the title of this film in passing throughout my life, and I just don't get how or why it became so well known, and possibly loved. For the genre, I think Willow is far more watchable (I can hear Crow's voice in my head - "Hey I liked Willow!")
What do you think sirs?
I know that a bunch of you were asking how my show went. I'm pleased to announce that I have some footage. Now, on the other hand, this was our first night that was just a senior citizen show. Those are always our worst show. We didn't know what to do at times, messed up on choreography, etc. And I was especially yelly that night. My yelling was a little annoying this time around. So, view at your own risk XD I played Feldzieg, for anyone who doesn't know. Now, I present to you Hamburg's production of: The Drowsy Chaperone https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=The+Drowsy+Chaperone.mp4
The WIT is for the KTMA version of Fugitive Alien II. Anybody want to join me over at the Season 3 version?
I'm watching RT Plan 9, and there's a character named Kelton. He's a cop. I thought that sounded familiar. There's a cop named Kelton in Bride of the Monster. Same actor. Same kind of part.
So I went to IMDb, and lo and behold, Paul Marco played a character named Kelton no fewer than five times in his limited acting career. Three of them were in Ed Wood movies.
He tried to kill him... etc. etc. etc.
I decided that I was bored and wanted to discuss shameful sequels. So, Ready. Set. GO! I wanna mention that Phantom of the Opera Had a Sequel that was totally not necessary called, "Love Never Dies." It was released to Broadway and is totally crummy. However, the one song about sex is pretty funny because they just go on and on and are acting so serious about it. Anyone else wanna add?
...or something, like I have time for this! A couple of months ago, I hooked my ham radio up to my satellite dish, and WHAMMY! all of a sudden I am getting messages from Venus... Some super-intelligent cucumber tells me I have to make way for him and his buddies to save the human race by eliminating all emotions...blah, blah...
Who has time for all of this!?! Not only that, I'm, apparently, the only one who can understand him. To everybody else, it just sounds like Charlie Brown's mom speaking, so they all think I'm crazy...
Oh great! Now I have this big thing flapping about my house-- looks like a giant flying, burnt, tortilla chip! Maybe it's some kind of cave-bat, whatever that is!
Just hanging out in chat over there, waiting for folks to roll in. Since I spent the better part of the week enjoying the Grateful Dead, I might as well now join in the WIT for The Undead.
To commemorate the normalization of US/Cuba relations and the re-opening of the Cuban Embassy in DC, I suggest we watch Red Zone Cuba tomorrow night.
It's a really compelling snapshot of history... and, as Mike'n'the Bots point out, America was Bay Of Pigs crazy back then. There was no way you could lose money making a Bay Of Pigs movie, and Coleman Francis knew it.
"Bay Of Pigs --- that's what they say when i go swimming..."
First of all I want to say that overall this movie is pretty mediocre. The premise is a bunch of FBI serial killer profilers are stuck on an island for a training exercise and one of them starts killing everybody, they have to figure out who. The big problem is it was too easy to solve. They blew it half way through with the drugged coffee scene. They drink some coffee, the killer drugged it, and when they wake up one of them has been murdered. They immediately start bickering about who made the coffee and none of these Sherlock Holmes level deductive reasoning geniuses bothers to ask “Who didn’t drink the coffee?” He didn’t drink the coffee! There’s you answer, the one guy who passed out despite not having drank the coffee was the killer. That’s my only big problem with the movie, these super-geniuses who see every detail didn’t see this big obvious straight up ANSWER that was in front of them! It wasn’t even very subtle, it wasn’t like he was sitting in the room and just happened to not be drinking, he stormed into the room where everybody else had been drinking and made a big stink about some “evidence” he’d found. Then everybody starts fainting. He wasn’t even in the room when they were drinking it! I don’t work for the FBI, I’m not the best of the best, super crime solving mind, but by god I solved that one pretty easily. Overall I don’t have a whole lot to say about this movie but man, that was a HUGEMOUNGOUS oversight. 2/5*
Wow, there are 24 people watching The Beast of Yucca Flats right now and its not even the WIT. I find that most impressive for some reason... Flag on the moon, anyone?