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A 3-part look at the 20-year history of MST3K
2008 San Diego Comic-Con international reunion panel
4 exclusive MST3K lobby cards by artist Steve Vance
The Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000 became a pop culture landmark in the 90s by poking fun at horrible movies of every genre and time period, and letting us listen in. They made the unwatchable essential viewing.
* "The Oral History of MST3K feature in three parts.
* 2008 Comic-Con MST3K Reunion Panel, featuring Joel Hodgson, Mike Nelson, Jim Mallon, Kevin Murphy, Trace Beaulieu, Frank Conniff, Mary Jo Pehl, Bill Corbett, J. Elvis Weinstein, Paul Chaplin and Bridget Jones-Nelson. Moderated by Patton Oswald.
* Original film trailers.
* "Variations On A Theme Song", featuring all six versions of the theme song.
Arrived on time, the whole box was in great condition. Contained the little Crow, 4 mini posters and 4 movies.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I loved this series. Only have seen two out of the three movies, 'WEREWOLF' & LASERBLAST' and laughed for hours, especially during WEREWOLF. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brad Shaw
This is the same as if you were watching on TV years ago. Video and audio quality are same as original.Published 7 months ago by Rich
It arrived very quickly with only minor cosmetic damage to the outer sleeve. All the episodes in the set have everything that made MST3K what it was back then with a very minor... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Klaymor
OK, of these 4 episodes we had really only seen the one (Future War) before getting this DVD set, so it was a bit of a shot in the dark, but one that paid off :-) All pretty good... Read morePublished 9 months ago by GUSR19
Every once in a while, a movie comes along that embodies the term "schlock-y, cheeezy goodness". LASERBLAST is one such movie! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
The MST3K 20th Anniversary edition Limited Edition box-set is one of my favorite MST3K sets ever released. The first set for MST3K to be released by Shout! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jennifer H.
MST3 is a timeless, classic show! 4 great episodes. Still very funny to this day! Adam West is in Werewolf!Published 10 months ago by gcdenis
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They can't have a normal full season set because of the costs involved, and licensing of the riffed movies. Some seasons were 24 episodes long, with each episode running two hours. The costs of acquiring the rights to all those movies alone would be prohibitive, then you add getting them cleaned... Read More
Mar 3, 2009 by Garth A. | See all 2 posts
|Ye Olde Tin Box||
It wasn't obvious at first that you can open both sides of the tin. After that, I removed the Crow figurine and cardboard packing and was able to turn the inner box at an angle that made it easier to push it out without damaging it.
Luckily I immediately discovered the twist-tie holding Crow in... Read More
Oct 29, 2008 by Bill | See all 2 posts
|The included episodes are...||
I can live with that. I really liked Werewolf or was that Werewulf with the lesser Estevan and Future War was a hilarious hot nun romp.
Makes me want to screen some of the fav's in the other thread, now that I know what's not in this one. Especially Puma Man.
Is that Pooma Man or Pyuma Man?
Jul 25, 2008 by Bill | See all 6 posts
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"Final Sacrifice" is my favorite MST3K of all time, and I can't believe that it has never been released. Rowsdower!
Jun 18, 2008 by Jason Polich | See all 47 posts
|What's the best MST DVD's?||
The VERY BEST MST3K ever has to be: MANOS, HANDS OF FATE!!! You will run out of breath laughing at the character of "Torgo." Only available as a single. The next best is probably CAVE DWELLERS. After that, THE TOUCH OF SATAN is hilarious. If you can find it, get IT CONQUERED THE WORLD.... Read More
Mar 28, 2010 by Paul E. Weber | See all 7 posts
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