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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

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If you're wondering how they change their forms
and other science facts, (LaLaLa)
Just repeat to yourself "It's just a strip,
I should really just relax."

For many (myself included), this was how I got to watch many of my favorite classic B-movies. Mystery Science Theater 3000 was, is and always will be the way to watch some of the worst movies around. MST3K may have been over for years but the guys still make fun of movies over at RiffTrax. They actually make films like the US version of the Grudge, Twilight and Battlefield Earth watchable for me.

Thanks to modern technology, you can find a handful of episodes on Hulu. If you need a better reason why, just watch the follwing episode. = )

Many thanks goes out to the crew of the Satellite of Love. You helped make bad movies better. = )


Posted by Prophet - Wednesday, February 17, 2010 - 8:38 PM

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