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Jeff Lingenfelter - 4 months ago
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Who did best acting job on all MST3K movies? I think lead dude in Tormented and Jack Elam in Girl in Lover's Lane might be candidates.


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Everyone remember the rules? I've forgotten them.


video archives
JohnK - 2 months ago
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Love to share my archives but if it all has to be posted to Vimeo or whatever first, it's going to be time consuming. Couldn't I just upload the DVD files?


The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Rarities Archive
Daniel Emerson - 2 months ago
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A Youtube channel worth subscribing to: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC66CmZ0OddVGXDsWIFWm67A


Riff of the Day
Teri Gee - 2 months ago
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It's the skeleton of John Wayne!
Nice lingerie, pilgrim.

Rifftrax Live: House on Haunted Hill


News Hour MSTie
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I swear there must be a MSTie on the PBS News Hour production staff. Yet again last night did I see another MST3k throwback, this time in a story about tech giant monopolies. They were discussing the trend of technology innovation stagnation under a monopoly and the next thing I knew they were playing Century 21 Calling! Classic. After this and the gesture professor, I'm expecting Chicken of Tomorrow next! Or perhaps the Truck Farmer. Worship the Truck Farmer at the church of your choice!.


Reb gets RiffTraxed in 'Yor'!
Daniel Emerson - 2 months ago
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Praise be! I just found out that, if you vote for (or suggest) a film for RiffTrax to riff, you get an email if and when they actually do it.
I got home from work to find that Mike, Kevin & Bill have applied their very particular set of skills to 'Yor: The Hunter from the Future' and it is released today. I voted for it quite a long time ago, and am currently downloading it for my viewing pleasure.
It stars Reb Brown, as well as Corinne Clery from 'The Story of O', a properly rockin' action theme and bat hang-gliding. Can't wait to watch it!


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Trace and frank a little salty that Joel didn’t see fit to invite any mst puppeteers to the puppetry center induction ceremony.

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Happy Birthday, Jim Stafford
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...and in his honor, of course was my celebratory viewing of Riding With Death.

"Yeah, it sure did spread outward from my body..."
–Mike Nelson


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I appreciate the clue, but isn’t this one going to be a little hard for non-MST fans? DDB6-FC35-EE23-47-F7-AA8-D-BB2-CE7-BE1-CBA


R.I.P. Carol
Jaguar Wong Abides - 2 months ago
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Carol Channing passes away at 97. She led a nice long life and made for several good riffs along the way. Time to put on some Fugitive Alien or maybe Red Zone Cuba...
https://youtu.be/UX2iGz1E5ek?t=2461


Riff of the day: The director's vision?
Teri Gee - 2 months ago
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...confusion racked with ambiguity!

Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell


Pumaman, he flies like a... Wow
Smokingspoon - 2 months ago
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John Agar
Teri Gee - 2 months ago
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I know it's popular to hate John Agar around these here parts, but I watched Revenge of the Creature today and I decided to read about him. He seems to have been one of those very practical actors. He knew he was in some terrible movies but he got paid. Some of them, he enjoyed, but there was one where he said that he knew the audience was going to laugh at something that was supposed to be scary. Maybe he wasn't the best actor (...well, definitely, he wasn't the best actor), but he was in a number of respectable movies...and a lot more B movies. :)

They have a quote from him on IMDb. There's no source listed, so I don't know if it's genuine or not, but I liked it: "A lot of the pictures I made were not released--they escaped."

Honestly, I can respect someone who is upfront about what he did. Actors have to eat, too. I'd wager that most actors can't just do it because it's a meaningful part.


A Tribute to Observer
Not everybody is Steve - 3 months ago
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Honestly not sure why I haven't done this sooner, but now it is time to pay tribute to Observer. That one specific Observer. You know the one. The one that can pony. Think of a suggestion, and I will read your mind with my hot haggis dish. Or type them here. Your choice. :D


Who will chime in this close to Christmas? Whatcha doin?
Rob aka MaximumRD - 3 months ago
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Just thought I would take a moment before things get a little to busy, as Christmas day rapidly approaches just wanted to see who might respond and if so what exactly are your plans from this point up to New Years Eve? Just curious. We, meaning me and my wife Melissa are ordering Indian Food take out tonight and tomorrow for Christmas Dinner we are going to The Oak & Crue for a special Christmas Eve Dinner we have reserved. We have no children or family visiting so pretty much a overall quiet time for us. We watch Christmas movies and even branched out to a Christmas Anime this year we both enjoyed (Tokyo GodFathers, not specifically Christmas but it turned out to be a heart warming story that took place during the season) and some UK shows doing their Christmas episodes.

We previously went and seen The Nut Cracker at our community theater (first time for each of us) and a couple nights ago a 2 man show called O' Christmas Tea: A British Comedy, it was wacky and out there but funny and entertaining.

Lastly, we will go to a brunch which is amazing at The El Dorado in town Jan 2nd to celebrate the New Year.
So that's us. ANYWAY MERRY CHRISTMAS to all here and all the best in 2019.


MST3K O'Clock
Derrick Frazier - 3 months ago
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So this sounds weird, but I use MST3K to tell time at work. I listen to it in the back ground on my computer. Since I have access online, I use this site, Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Prime for Rifftrax. I also have all the Cinematic Titanic and Film Crew episodes. I start in the morning and after two and half episodes it's lunchtime. Another two and half then it's quittin' time. I did find out I could listen to the Gauntlet straight through if I ate lunch in my office.


RIP Mean Gene, Super Dave and The Captain
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Not cool 2019. We just lost Mean Gene Okerlund, "Super Dave" Bob Einstein and Daryl "The Captain" Dragon, all at the tender age of 76. Carp.


Eine Kleine Deutsch Puppe
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Not related, it's just something I made for my second year in German. I just had a whole lot of fun making it, so I thought I'd put it up here for any Deutsch Lernerin to critique. So, I did this puppet show of a cooking show, to demonstrate I know how to do commands. It was a blast to make and I learned what it'd be like to be Trace and Frank underneath a table, just looking at a monitor... it's hard to hold the puppet directly straight up, so television puppeteers are impressive. And it's even more impressive for people like Trace and Frank, who weren't puppeteers before MST, to do that monitor work so well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e11lWShKAJc&t=1s


"Pile-On Pete Is Pukin' Out The Window And Santa Claus Is On His Way!"
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So, we have three Xmas-themed movies. Then we have some "regular" movies which take place at least in part during the Xmas season. Off the top of my head I can think of The Painted Hills and The Girl In Gold Boots as both fitting into the latter category. Any others?


Happy 2019 Everyone!
Jaguar Wong Abides - 3 months ago
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Just wanted to wish all 'The Gang' here at ClubMST3K a Happy New Year!
Thanks for all the laughs from last year(s)...and I look forward to just as many in 2019...


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Look in your crystal balls and tell me what you see.....

Rifftrax forced to cease operations after releasing the horror movie "Norman Bates" ... which, unlike the expected Psycho ripoff, is only 15minutes long and has a LOT of "Nnnnnnnggggg" in it.


GaryInMotion - 3 months ago
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New Cinema Edition of, "Jack Frost" now showing:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EJ58-zmr9w


End of the Year Watchlist?
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Was just thinking (the most dangerous of pastimes, I know!) what to watch on New Years Eve and on through the start of 2019. We have Netflix (thanx Mom!), should we run the Gauntlet again? Watch some MST Classic? Fire up something else from the massive DVD/Blu-ray/Digital collection? Any ideas?

Additional: What say you? Whatchu watchin at the end/start of the year?


RIFFTRAX CHRISTMAS
Steve-Headed Pig-Benton - 3 months ago
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Okay, I know it has been done before, but with Aileen's MST3k "Alternative Christmas Experiments" type thread, I am of the mind to ask, what's your favorite Rifftrax Christmas extravaganza?


RIFF of the DAY
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How many tears can a chin-butt hold?

RIFFTRAX: Pressure Point


A Nice Gift from the fine folks at Rifftrax!
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Rifftrax fans be sure to check your emails for a pleasant gift from Rifftrax: a $10 digital gift card to get some extra holiday riffing cheer! Couple that with the Christmas Sale (code word: SANTA) for 10% off for more savings. Good til the 31st I believe.
I used mine towards the Yule Log and a couple Christmas Shorts! Shaping up to be one of the most Swayziest Christmases!