|Re: Should MST3K Have Continued Forever? [message #42340 is a reply to message #42325]
||Mon, 11 March 2013 23:00
Registered: November 2012
> If you follow the "Satellite News", the unofficial MST3K website, they
> post Rifftrax stuff all the time and it generally gets plenty of
> I usually download the short films (99 cents each) and they have one
> or two live shows which are broadcast across the country in selected
> movie theaters. The "Twilight" effort represents a big change for them
> as they usually do public domain stuff (Plan 9 for example).
> Cinematic Titanic started out as DVD or download-only and then adding
> live performances. Joel just announced that this would be the last
> year for Cinematic Titanic, at least in terms of performing live.
> Rifftrax is part of a larger corporation, but they have a staff of
> writers and even guests who do commentary on their voice-overs from
> time to time. One of their latest coups was getting "Cool as Ice", the
> disastrous Vanilla Ice film from the early 90's as a VOD...not just a
> commentary track, but the video itself can be downloaded with the
> commentary track.
Thanks for all the information in your two posts. I really appreciate