Also, this is a surreal experience to watch MST3K in a dark cinema environment, while in VR.
If anyone has an Oculus, and wants to do what I did. I did this through the Virtual Desktop software you can buy through Steam for $15. I then pulled up a browser window on my computer, connected virtually and pulled up the Gizmoplex
I’d suggest that if they want it to look theatery, the knuckleheads in the front row wouldn’t be separated from us by the screen.
They paid for VIP access and have a moat full of crocodiles to separate themselves from the lowlifes behind them.
I, too, have an Oculus and the Virtual Desktop software (mostly to play Phasmophobia). But now I know what I’m doing this weekend!
Imma throw virtual popcorn into Crow’s basket! It’s about time he used that thing for it’s factory designed purpose!
I hate it when people talk during the movie.
In-theater visual gag involving Crow checking up on his TikTok…
Bonus points: It isn’t a gag that results in an incredible, lighthouse grade beam washing everything out…
Bonus bonus points: It becomes one of the pre-show courtesy bumpers in chain theaters…
Does Crow look at you, or the screen when watching in VR?
A cactus wearing a sombrero?
It’s a pokemon conducting an orchestra.
No, no, no. It’s obviously one of the fairy godmothers from Sleeping Beauty
Looks like Yosemite Sam skydiving