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MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000: THE MOVIE (1996)
Directed by: Jim Mallon
Written by and Starring: Jim Mallon, Michael J. Nelson, Trace Beaulieu, Kevin Murphy, & Mary Jo Pehl
I caught the MST3K bug back in the days when the SyFy channel was called the ‘Sci-Fi Channel’ and they aired quality programming. Of course I had no idea they used to air on Comedy Central and I was witnessing the days where their were characters like Joel, the Mads, and Crow had a different voice. Now I got a ton of the DVDs (those things ain’t cheap!) and am well verse in the lore of what made this series great. But it took a while for me to watch the movie which, for whatever reason, got a theatrical release.
The movie is a good primer, if anything, to anyone who has yet to find joy in this series. There’s no plot to speak of as it is just the guys riffing on an edited version of the film This Island Earth. Why a movie had to be edited down, and subsequently make this release barely ninety minutes, is anyone’s guess. You don’t get the annoying commercials that were prevalent in the TV run and yet it feels like you get a bit cheated for not getting the full experience. But these guys are pros and you still get a bevy of wonderful jokes and insights into a bad movie. Again, a nice intro to the world of MST3K but you are better off getting the DVDs, find random releases on Netflix Instant, or even YouTube to truly enjoy what made this series great.
A few years back, when Josh Barnett and I were in a discussion about Billy Robinson, he made a remark about something, which, ironically was something Robinson himself had bemoaned to friends years earlier.
Robinson, getting older and physically broken down from decades of working, shooting, training and drinking, recognized he was not going to last forever, and that he had a lifetime of knowledge about aspects of body mechanisms and a different form of submissions than were being taught in the modern world. But it appeared that his art, catch-as-catch-can wrestling, Wigan style, for lack of a better term, would to a great degree, go to the grave with him since its leading practitioners had almost all passed away.
Another redhead already! Here’s a quick one I did of Joan from Mad Men.
Spider-Man by Alex Ross
Can you diiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!
Warriors, come out to plaaayyy!
"We ask for your strength… Thee who fear’th the night and stand ‘gainst the darkness.”
Amy Poehler - Old Navy ad outtakes.
We’ll buy it. Whatever it is. Done.
Back to Skull.
Amazing Spider-Man #12, page 4 by John Byrne & John Beatty. 1999.