Finally thawed out from the insane weather of the past two months, Toby and Justin turn their attention to their comrades in the surprisingly unfrozen lands of Russia and Finland to discuss experiment 813, Jack Frost.
In addition, some announcements must be made: Due to a server mishap in late January, every episode of the MSTieCast was deleted. Most episodes survived the transition to a different server, some did not. As such, here is a list of what is missing.
Lewis was actually our first reviewer guest back in 2012, and this time we discuss his look at the Santa Claus Conquers the Martians comic book, his riffs of the 1935 Christmas Carol adaptation Scrooge and the educational short, Family Life, and of course our favourite cow-town puppet show!
On this episode of the MSTieCast, we wish you a belated Merry Christmas as we take a third (and fourth) glance at Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, as riffed by Cinematic Titanic and RiffTrax!
Next week, the guys are joined by a special guest on the first episode of 2014! If you wanna wish us a Happy New Year (or deliver a drunken rant about our show), you can reach us through Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, or just by sending an email! You can now also take the discussion of the show MSTieCast, and MST3K in general, over to our forum at The X-Pound!
On this holly-jolly episode of the MSTieCast, the laziest men on Mars discuss MST3K’s famous riff on that B-movie holiday classic, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, as they dive into a month-long look at the film and its various skewerings by the snarky.
On this stuffed-full episode of the MSTieCast, Toby and Justin awaken from their food comas to discuss the aftermath of Turkey Day 2013 and Joel’s recent appearance on the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe.
Next month, we’ll be taking a look at the various riffings of Santa Claus Conquers the Martians that have appeared over time, and we’ll be getting an interview with a returning guest!
After last week’s appetizer, Toby and Justin dig into the second course of Turkey Day month: the specials for 1993 and 1994. Next week, we come to the end of the Turkey Day celebrations as we delve into the final two years: 1995 and 1997.
On this fully-stuffed episode of the MSTieCast, Toby and Justin begin a month-long look at that most holy of MST3K holidays: Turkey Day! This week, the pilgrims cover the 1991 and 1992 Turkey Day marathon bumpers and discuss their favourite moments.