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Got a note from Rowsdower the other night letting me know that Zippyshare gave him an "expired link" message when he tried to download copies of the MSTied Movie Music Mixes, so I've re-uploaded them. Here are the new upload links for anyone who hasn't snagged a copy yet:
...and, as always, if you already have a copy, Keep Circulating Those Bad Boys.
Well it's not QUITE Pearl. The jacket didn't dye neon green, more of a minty blue-green. So I'm going to be a Mad Scientist, with my boyfriend as my "experiment."
I've been half-watching this late 70's loopy Japanese Star Wars knockoff, Message from Space, and it is sublimely cheesy. It's like a wackier Fugitive Alien with a bit more budget. If you're looking for some home box office riff fodder, I highly recommend it! Anyone else have silly Netflix recommendations?
"Stand perfectly still, this IS a movie!"
I cant seem to post this on the other vids page so Ill post it here, enjoy! http://watch32.com/movies-online/mystery-science-theater-3000-the-movie-1456
Found an interesting link whilst doing my morning Innerwebz perusals. Did you know our boy Ed was a rather prolific author as well as auteur?
Gotta wait for the pension check to drop after the first, but I'm all in for this one.
Maybe you've run out of episodes here or just want to watch a classic film get torn a new one by the SoL trio. Either way, if you need more awesome MSTness, check out the Night of the Living Dead Rifftrax; it's pretty good. Gotta deal with commercials on this other site, though...
Your favorite "movie siiiiign!" freakout moment, GO:
...I just noticed something, and I just have to ask: why the hell is the Prince Of Space shooting at the Krankor Chicken Men with a goddamn' gas grill lighter?
Check it out, early in the movie, in that scene where the Chicken Men are chasing the kids around in the old factory, and Prince Of Space shows up. That's a friggin' gas grill lighter, man.
Just a reminder we're always looking for more MSTies to join our Skype chat room. :) Send me a private message on my wall if you'd like to join and I'll add you to the group.
Now I've seen everything: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_AmWAdflSE
Today, there is a partial solar eclipse. It has just begun now, and I'm so glad that the clouds are thin enough to see it. I was starting to worry that it wouldn't be visible. If you're in a position to look, please don't look at it with your naked eye. My older brother has a crescent-shaped scar on his retina from doing that when he was younger.
...and, of course, never look at the Sun through the rings of Saturn. :)
Does anybody know where I can find MST3K sheet music for upright bass?
Has anyone seen the annotated Mitchell episode? Someone went through the episode and explained every riff. It's similar to Pop-up Video, except less obnoxious.
Inspired by a recent wait in line at the supermarket:
♫ ♬ "All the young CORPSE!! with their FILTH! FILTH! FILTH!
Had better RAT! RAT! RAT! faster than my COFFIN...!!!" ♬ ♫
(And before you bother asking, no. I'm not naked sometimes. In fact, I never fully disrobe, not even IN the shower!)
So sometimes during an episode, Crow will say something, and then, if you put the volume up and listen closely, you'll hear the same line repeated quietly (and it also sounds like it's 'far away') and Crow's mouth moves accordingly. Any ideas what that's about?
Today's episode of Elvira's 13 nights turned out to be the beloved Hobgoblins. I'm guessing that aside from Sir Seth most of us haven't seen it without the riffing.
What shocked me was just how much was cut out for the MST episode, and how deftly they edited some of the less than savory material from it. Believe it or not, the movie was even MORE sleazy before the Best Brains got their hands on it.
Anyone else watch it tonight?
Sooo, the official trailer for it was released today.
...is ye olde fashioned chat rooms, with group watching capabilities. Cause fer real, that would be the bees knees. Skype would be cool (as suggested), but I just enjoy the writerly dynamics and wit of this group and I wanna crack some jokes as we watch. Dayum.
Real depressed about Steve. Kind of assuming the worst. Has no one heard back from him?
I think we need a thread for those who wish to know the names of (pre-existing) songs that are either referenced or parodied in the show.
I'll start: Does anyone know the name of the song being parodied at the beginning of (Rifftrax) "Frankenstein Island" when Bill starts singing "Makin' love out on Frankenstein Island!"...?
MST3k The Movie. http://clicktoview.org/mmej0dldesxc
I believe in energy. I believe that what you put in, you can get out. Reap and sow... all that jazz, jazz... generic jazz!
I have an interview tomorrow morning. I'll let y'all know how it goes. For now, I need positive vibes... and maybe a suggestion for the perfect episode (I just finished the Hired shorts) for such an occasion? Maybe one that'll put me to sleep. HAHA.
For all you other Ralph Steadman aficionados out there... Mike I'm looking in your direction... check these out!
Fear and Loathing in Albuquerque indeed.
First Spaceship To Venus vs. Giant Spider Invasion:
which has the crappiest fake science babble?
We all know Crow's editorial position on the stupid, pulled-out-of-the-ass astrophysics gibberish in First Spaceship To Venus, but I'm just now finishing a viewing of Giant Spider Invasion, and wondering if Venus meets its match in that llab scene with Barbara Hale and that dude from Batwoman where they crap out such a sublimely worthless heap of fake astrophysics blather that all I could think of was that one astronaut's soul-crushingly dull changing-the-energy-back-into-mass-in-the-big-atomic-golf-ball rap in First Spaceship To Venus. Both of these scenes really hurt me, man, and I didn't even major in a science (I went to friggin' art school, f'cripesake).
Past few days, I did a little riff-recording. I got Yucca and Bloodbeast up to 300 riffs each. I have also started a tradition that I hope spreads to others. If you look at my riffs, you will note that a lot of them have a comment attached. I am recording origins of Riffs. Not all, because some are too easy to spot, and some are just jokes based on situation in movie. But song quotes, literary references, movie references (including movies actually watched in other episodes), some commercials, I am recording the origin below the riff (not as part of the riff). I think our riffs could be used as a database for people looking for origins of quotes.
So I was sitting in the airport today, thinking about the plane I had to catch, when a voice came over the loudspeaker, catching my attention right away. "Attention: will McDonnell, Crow, and Hodgson please come to the blahblahblah".
I did not hear what the blahblahblah was, but I wished I had. I would've loved to dash over there and see who had the awesome sense of humor to page for Crow and Hodgson in an airport. I definitely geeked out a little and was somewhat disappointed that no one else's heads were searching about for "Hodgson and Crow". And of course, part of me was hopeful that Joel was there, but I doubt he was. That would've just been too cool. :P
Man and wife.
Unaware of scientific progress...