And now that I've cleverly maneuvered you into being in a good mood, let's put that to some good use.
We know there will be some changes in the reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000, but some things will remain pretty much the same. For example, there will have to be a bad movie to riff. Or, like they did from time to time, a TV show presented as a movie.
Which brings us to our MST3K Question of the Day: What should be the first movie/TV show riffed on the new MST3K?
You're smart enough, you're good enough, and doggone it, people like your answers. Share with us, won't you?
Jaws: The RevengeReplyDelete
I know, we all hate it. You know, right?
(Did I mention I hate Star Wars?)
(Or Hillary's Benghazi hearings. Obviously they couldn't do that, but would be in my fantasy league.)
The incredible Melting Man, starring Alex Rebar.
...The Day the Earth Stood Still (remake).ReplyDelete
Frank J's "Love Gov"ReplyDelete
I imagine RiffTrax or Cinematic Titanic has done it already, but: ID4.ReplyDelete
Mr Hercules Against Karate
Hard Ticket to Hawaii
(Bewb scenes would have to be edited out)
I'd like to see a riff of "Truth", but it would have to be done by people who make fun of the differences between the movie and what actually happened.ReplyDelete
MST3K & RiffTrax mostly just riff on the movie's internal flaws, so they probably wouldn't be the right vehicle for such an endeavor.
They never actually got around to one of my favorite horrible movies, Star Crash a low-budget, overt ripoff of several space operas featuring Caroline Munro in some unlikely outfits and a reluctant-looking Christopher Plummer.ReplyDelete
Anything by Michael Moore.ReplyDelete
(I never thought I would ever type THAT combination of words.)
Last Democratic Presidential DebateReplyDelete
Jupiter Ascending would be an MSTie type movie, but I'd like to see TruthReplyDelete
The Star Wars prequels. Any of them.ReplyDelete
Bad Movies to laugh at?ReplyDelete
After that, just draw the curtain, their work will be done.
An Inconvenient TruthReplyDelete
Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone. A fun film that's rich with riffable material.ReplyDelete
Turkish Star Wars (Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam). Virtually indescribable and violates so many copyrights.