The Top 10 movies I want to see MST3K riff.
TLOTA: I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans and the views that I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours. (Cut to clips of MST3K as James does a voiceover)
TLOTA (Voiceover): If you are an internet reviewer like me you MUST have seen Mystery Science Theater 3000. Their ability to riff on bad movies is incredible and since it has been announced that the Satellite Of Love next go around is being streamed on Netflix after a successful Crowdfunding campaign, I wish the new host and the bots a lot of luck because it’ll be needed for it to succeed in a world filled of characters that riff on movies for lunch it’ll have to take down some pretty big turkeys and if they do succeed you know there’ll be another season. I’ve already talked about the movie with The Nostalgia Kid and Rowdy and The Nostalgia Kid already said all that can be said about MST3K both positively and negatively so there’s nothing I can add. (Cut to James physically.)
TLOTA: Except maybe list 10 movies I want to see them if the show continues. Now some of them I’ve reviewed already, Some I WILL review eventually and some I won’t . This is the Top 10 movies I want them to see get riffed!
5 thoughts on “The Top 10 movies I want to see MST3K riff.”
Well, don’t hold your breath expecting them to do ‘Caligula’. That one would be very, very hard to do in the normal MST3K style.
Of course SyFy’s original movies have plenty of potential MST3K fodder in them.
As for Sharknado, the series basically knew it was silly, so each movie got more over-the-top and absurd until finally they went as far as they could go with Sharknado 5: Global Swarming and the sixth movie, The Last Sharknado. It’s all silly and nonsensical, and the makers of the film series KNOW it’s silly and nonsensical. The usual MST3K fodder, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to have that level of self-awareness.
I just wanted them to do like dr. Strangelove or the anime film Akira or 2001
Uh that might be difficult
The problems would be due to rights issues and such. Rifftrax manages to avoid those by just recording the riffs and inviting the user to insert those riffs into the movie themselves, but the reason MST3K stuck to B-movies and such is because they didn’t cost a whole lot to get the rights for.