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Wednesday, 29 June 2016 15:00

Rifftrax Live! MST3K Reunion Review

For many fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000, getting the crew aboard the Satellite of Love, as well as the mad scientists way down in Deep 13, all together for a reunion wasn’t ever likely to become a reality. There were lots of factors at play keeping it from happening, many of which stem from the relationships and the “alleged” goings-on behind the scenes of the show.

Many of the cast members had also gone their various ways to pursue other projects after the show went off the air in 1999, not to mention that it would only have been relegated to a convention appearance of some sort. In many ways, it was indeed a long-shot that it would ever happen. [Read on here...]

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Our own Jim Hemphill has just posted a new review for you today, featuring his thoughts on Neil Jordan’s Angel now available from Twilight Time. Tim has also updated his Army of Darkness: Collector’s Edition Blu-ray review to included updated details on Scream/Shout! Factory’s new BD replacement program for the title.

And a quick note: The Amazon Black Friday “Deal of the Day” is HBO’s The Sopranos: The Complete Series on BD for just $75 – a whopping 73% off the regular price. Not bad! Click the link here or below (the cover art) to take advantage if you’re interested. Don’t forget too that Amazon is continuing to post early Black Friday deals each day this month.  [Read on here…]

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Afternoon, folks. We’ve got a bunch of news for you today, and a whole lot of reviews for you too.

First up, our own Jim Hemphill has turned in his thoughts on Twilight Time’s new Blu-ray edition of The Fabulous Baker Boys. Looks like they’ve done a nice job of it, so do give it a look.

Also today, Tim Salmons has turned in a huge new edition of his regular Pick-Ups column, featuring reviews of more than twenty Mystery Science Theater 3000 DVD box sets from Shout! Factory! That’s a whole lotta MST3K, so be sure check it out if you’re a fan. [Read on here…]

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Tim has a new Dailies column to kick things off here at The Bits for you today, featuring his thoughts on MST3K, its Rifftrax spin-off, and the recently blossoming art of making fun of bad (and good) movies seemingly everywhere around the Net. Do give it a look here.

In announcement news today, Anchor Bay has the Blu-ray release of the Ghost in the Shell: 25th Anniversary Edition on 9/30 (SRP $29.99). You can see the artwork left and below. It will include a new HD transfer of the film (1.85:1 aspect ratio) with audio in English DTS-HD MA 5.1 and Japanese Dolby Digital 2.0 (with English SDH). Additional details on extras (if any) will follow. [Read on here…]

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It seems appropriate that I’m sitting here with a VHS copy of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode The Hellcats by my side (and not with the express intention of mentioning it for this article).  Upon the day of the release of the Rifftrax Live show of Sharknado, I felt the urge to throw some of my thoughts and opinions about MST3K and its spin-offs out there just to have a little bit of perspective on the sudden growth in popularity of riffing on movies.  And I already went into a pretty solid amount of detail about the show’s history when I reviewed the Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of the movie of MST3K, so I won’t bother doing any sort of a recap.  Chances are high that if you’re reading this article, you’re a fan of the show. So let’s just dive into it. [Read on here...]

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