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Rifftrax Live! Sets its Sights on Doctor Who

The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 – Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett – are returning to the big screen with a hilarious 2-night event, and this time they’ve set their sights on… 225 more words

BW's Morning Article Link: Rifftrax On The TARDIS

I’ve been looking for an opening to post this, hopefully before it happens. Rifftrax is doing another live riffing that will be shown live in theaters as well as the live venue that is nowhere near me. 56 more words

Television Spotlight

RIFFTRAX LIVE SUMMER SHORTS BEACH PARTY

So another Rifftrax Live and this one was a series of shorts. In addition to Mike, Kevin and Bill the old gang from MST3K was also there. 447 more words

Personal Ramblings

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return - Episode 10: Wizards of the Lost Kingdom (2017)

For the first time since Netflix’s reboot of the cult television show, I found it genuinely difficult to sit through one of the episodes. The gang’s jokes are just fine so they manage to pass the time, but woof is the 1985 crapfest “Wizards of the Lost Kingdom” difficult to sit through. 62 more words

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return - Episode 9: "Yongary: Monster from the Deep" (2017)

If ever there was any doubt that 1954’s “Gojira” led to a slew of cheap imitations beyond its own pale sequels, look no further than this 1967 South Korean cheapo monster movie. 67 more words

In Defense Of CinemaSins and Rifftrax

Cinema Sins and Rifftrax are two different properties but for some they make the same mistake. Rifftrax is of course the continuation by Mystery Science Theater 3000… 1,017 more words

Movie Spotlight

Showgirls (VIP Edition featuring commentary by David Schmader) (1995 / 2005)

Fans of Paul Verhoeven’s high profile fiasco “Showgirls,” originally released in 1995, were delighted by MGM’s ten-year anniversary box set celebrating the film as the legendarily campy unintentional comedy it most definitely is, and part of its pleasures was the commentary track by self-described “professional Showgirls aficionado” David Schmader. 94 more words