Day 192: MST3K Short: Alphabet Antics

23 Dec

Hey everyone!

So for today’s post, I wanted to feature a video by some of my favorite people.

For those of you guys who’ve never heard of Mystery Science Theater 3000, MST3K was a tv show on both the sci-fi channel and comedy central back in the late 80s-90s. The premise of the show is that a man was shot into space as a guinea pig to a mad scientists (who wants to destroy the world by showing them terrible movies). The guy built a bunch of robots to keep him company, and as they watch these horrible films they make fun of them. It was hilarious, and it has lived on with the fans that love it!

In fact, all the actors from the tv show have moved on to do similar things (Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett, and Kevin Murphy make up Rifftrax and Joel Hodgeson, Trace Beaulieu, J. Elvis Weinstein, Frank Conniff and Mary Jo Pehl make up Cinematic Titanic)

But I digress…

Tonight, I wanted to feature a short that the guys riffed called “Alphabet Antics”.

And, if you’re interested in more of their work, check out the MST3K information, Rifftrax.com, and Cinematic Titanic.com!

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2 Responses to “Day 192: MST3K Short: Alphabet Antics”

  1. Frank December 24, 2010 at 8:31 pm #

    Awesome idea for a blog, good luck!

    Also, I got the link here from Cinematic Titanic’s very own Facebook page. I would expect a major boost in readership soon!

    Radio’s Frank
    Non-Productive.com

    • margasaur December 25, 2010 at 9:56 am #

      Thanks so much!!! I’m really happy to see so much support (especially from cool people like you!)

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