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 on: Today at 12:28:23 PM 
Started by clockworkcanary - Last post by Rev. Powell


I missed this joke somehow when I watched the episode. Good one!

 2 
 on: Today at 12:24:53 PM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by Rev. Powell
TIME TRAVELERS

CROW: I'm actually traveling through time now at the rate of one hour per hour.

[After hot future girl hits on nerdy present guy]
JONAH: Dear "Time Traveler Forum," I never thought that this would happen to me...

TOM?: And like a true hero, Steve gingerly makes his way to the back.

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 on: Today at 12:10:10 PM 
Started by clockworkcanary - Last post by Rev. Powell
1103 - TIME TRAVELERS

Three scientists and a janitor stupidly step through a time travel portal and are trapped in the post-apocalyptic future. There's no running theme to the host segments, which are frankly kind of mediocre, but we do get a (silent) cameo from Joel as one of the scientists from the movie.

Three episodes in, I think I know what I'm going to get with the riffing from Jonah, Baron and Hampton. It's serviceable, although sometimes the delivery is a bit stiff or forced---they don't seem as natural as the classic teams, but that's to be expected since they're learning on the job. It looks like my enjoyment of these episodes is going to depend on the strength/craziness of the movie. And TIME TRAVELERS, unfortunately, is a weak, cliched flick. Just a bunch of white scientists encountering an "alien" civilization (it struck me that the plot was similar to the also-bland PHANTOM PLANET, with "the future" substituting for "another planet.") This is the weakest of the three episodes I've seen so far.

One thing that was odd was the violence in the fight scene. I remember a hatchet getting buried in a mutants chest. I think that's the goriest scene I've ever seen on MST3K.

I hope there's a Season 12 because I do see a lot of promise here, and I think once they have a chance to refine it they'll be back to where they were when the show left off.

 4 
 on: Today at 11:56:16 AM 
Started by 47alphatango - Last post by 47alphatango
yes that was it , i have been trying to find the name of this for over 35 years now. Thank you very much

 5 
 on: Today at 11:50:10 AM 
Started by trekgeezer - Last post by FatFreddysCat
"Lady Battle Cop" (1990)
! No longer available Small | Large


It's the near future and "Neo-Tokyo" has come under siege by a brutal new crime organization called "The Cartel." When a scientist and his fiancee get caught in a crossfire between gangs, he saves her life by turning her into a crime-fighting cyborg programmed to take back the city.

...this hilarious gender-swapped "RoboCop" variant from Japan barely makes a lick of sense,  but its comic book style ultra-violence made it tons of fun to watch. Since the original "RoboCop" is my favorite movie of all time, I feel duty bound to check out any and all rip-offs like these. The not-quite-English subtitles add another level of WTF-ness to this already bizarre film!

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 on: Today at 10:37:21 AM 
Started by Pacman000 - Last post by Rev. Powell
Oh, and spelling mistakes! As soon as someone misspells something, someone will point it out.  Thats free speech for ya. 

This is a pet peeve of mine. Not being called out because I misspelled something, but calling people out for not being able to navigate what should be a basic skill. Sure, call me a Grammar Nazi or a Spelling Nazi. When you cannot formulate and create a valid, CLEAR comment in the medium in which you respond, the validity and "intelligence" of your comment SHOULD be questioned.

I'm not talking a minor lapse in spelling or grammar. We all do that. When a person consistently displays poor writing skills, I have to begin questioning the person AND her/his/its argument. If a person is too lazy to look up a word, how in f**k am I supposed to trust they did any research into a given topic being commented on?

Unfortunately, part of the "entitlement" attitude online seems to think the tables should be turned and that I am supposed to wade through something that looks like random letters vomited onto the Web and then glean the message behind the gibberish. Yeah, it's MY FAULT that people cannot properly communicate an opinion, and pointing out the ineffectiveness of a person's communication skill makes ME the bad guy. Just like poor Dahmer wouldn't have killed those guys if they had not made themselves available, or that girl was BEGGING to be gang raped because she wore something that made her feel pretty or sexy.

Online culture is toxic, for the most part. My option of choice is to avoid and limit exposure to it. Again, just like grammar and spelling, it boils down to personal responsibility, which is sorely lacking in online culture. Screw that; personal responsibility is lacking everywhere these days.

Fair enough, I guess, but when someone uses consistently atrocious spelling or grammar, I just tend to ignore it (and them). I don't get angry or feel the need to call them out. I do sometimes get angry at the troll comments, but I try not to respond because that's what they want.

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 on: Today at 09:51:51 AM 
Started by Pacman000 - Last post by javakoala
Oh, and spelling mistakes! As soon as someone misspells something, someone will point it out.  Thats free speech for ya. 

This is a pet peeve of mine. Not being called out because I misspelled something, but calling people out for not being able to navigate what should be a basic skill. Sure, call me a Grammar Nazi or a Spelling Nazi. When you cannot formulate and create a valid, CLEAR comment in the medium in which you respond, the validity and "intelligence" of your comment SHOULD be questioned.

I'm not talking a minor lapse in spelling or grammar. We all do that. When a person consistently displays poor writing skills, I have to begin questioning the person AND her/his/its argument. If a person is too lazy to look up a word, how in f**k am I supposed to trust they did any research into a given topic being commented on?

Unfortunately, part of the "entitlement" attitude online seems to think the tables should be turned and that I am supposed to wade through something that looks like random letters vomited onto the Web and then glean the message behind the gibberish. Yeah, it's MY FAULT that people cannot properly communicate an opinion, and pointing out the ineffectiveness of a person's communication skill makes ME the bad guy. Just like poor Dahmer wouldn't have killed those guys if they had not made themselves available, or that girl was BEGGING to be gang raped because she wore something that made her feel pretty or sexy.

Online culture is toxic, for the most part. My option of choice is to avoid and limit exposure to it. Again, just like grammar and spelling, it boils down to personal responsibility, which is sorely lacking in online culture. Screw that; personal responsibility is lacking everywhere these days.

 8 
 on: Today at 09:48:38 AM 
Started by Poogie - Last post by Rev. Powell
and got so

 9 
 on: Today at 09:40:39 AM 
Started by Flangepart - Last post by Flangepart



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 on: Today at 09:37:13 AM 
Started by clockworkcanary - Last post by Flangepart
Mr. Not appearing in this adventure man.


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