Few riffs are as triumphant as HIIIIIIIIIIS favorite movie is Turner & Hooch!
I buy decaff Twinings Earl Grey by the case on Amazon. (one of the few places I can find it at all)
Anyway, as I was saying. Go to bed!
I love that one, but my favorite is “Norman, the calla lilies are raining hot lead!”
Man. Trace’s Katharine Hepburn was right up there with his killer Gregory Peck.
I’m also partial to “Operation Double 00-Hee Haw!”
Good way to go! I loved a good Oolong, too.
[snortlaughs unexpectedly] Aye aye, captain!
Back in the day: MST would air on a local broadcast station at 2:00 AM Saturday.
Did I try my darnedest to stay up every week to watch? You bet.
Tbf, I’m still a night owl at 41 years old.
Staggering, incredible, about as brilliant as The Lighthouse.
I just have to see what Eggers would do with (the twice delayed) Nosferatu… make that happen.
I loved it.
Just as my yearly Showtime subscription was about to end this month, they unload a lot of Hitchcock. This is a sign that I shouldn’t save money and still subscribe…monthly for now. Paramount Global works in mysterious ways. Ironic, that some were distributed by Paramount and now owned by Universal.
I saw Vertigo and gave my first watch of The Birds since I was a kid on Showtime months ago and Rear Window on Starz during COVID lockdown.
Oh yay, there’s more BattleBots!
A worthy addition to the franchise (much better than that horrible monstrosity a few years ago.)
Settled in watching The She-Creature on MST3K’s Twitch channel.
I’ve got nothing going on for tomorrow, so I might stick around for Werewolf, maybe even Track of the Moon Beast if I feel particularly ambitious.
Just outta curiosity… was there much audience reaction to Mickey Rooney’s utterly offensive Japanese landlord?
I have a high threshold for “things were different back then” but I can’t imagine that even in 1961 people weren’t horrified at those scenes. (There’s a memorable call-out to this in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story.)
How about a Kickstarter to offer the owner of the copyright to “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” money to digitally replace that character with an actual Japanese actor.
You mean did people gasp or throw popcorn in the air in shock or run about the theater screaming? No, I imagine most of us had seen the movie and knew it was coming.
MST3K presents Teenage Caveman.
The series rewatch is back on track!