The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Fanvid Database

Extended details for completed and confirmed fanvids.

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Star Trek V. 110 minutes. Hi-8mm videotape. Filmed and released November 1992. Matt Burke as Crow, Ryan K. Johnson as Joel Robinson, Jeff Harris as Tom Servo, Terry Wyatt as Doctor Forrester, Tony Case as TV's Frank. Written by Teresa Appelgate, Janet Borkowski, Matt Burke, Tony Case, Henry Gonzalez, Jeff Harris, Brian Hunt, Ryan K. Johnson, Valery King, Chuck Jones, Doris O'Connor, Lisa Reay, William Sadorus, Rachel Sinclair, Jeff Stout, Jim Taylor, Julia Taylor, Lisa Van Every, Gary Watts. Produced and Directed by Ryan K. Johnson. (Seattle International Films).

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Highlander II. 93 minutes. Hi-8mm videotape. Filmed July 1994, released April 1995. Matt Burke as Crow, Ryan K. Johnson as Joel Robinson, Jeff Harris as Tom Servo, Terry Wyatt as Doctor Forrester, Tony Case as TV's Frank. Written by Darrell Bratz, Mel Carter, Tony Case, Cardinal Cox, Jeff Harris, Todd Hodges, Ryan K. Johnson, Mike Rotton, Ian Smithers, Jeff Stout, Terry Wyatt. Directed by Tony Case and Sharon Demuth. Produced by Tony Case. (Seattle International Films).

Mystery Fandom Theater 3000: Little Red Riding Hood. 108 minutes. Digital Video. Released November 2000. Adam Riggs as Crow and Dr. Clayton Forrester, Mike Hagen as Mike Nelson, Brian Underwood as Tom Servo and TV's Frank. Written by Mike Hagen, Adam Riggs, Beth Timmons, Brian Underwood, Tony DeMatio, Allen Petlock, Lee Strom.Directed by Beth Timmons. Produced by Mystery Fandom Theater. (Adam Riggs, Mike Hagen).

Mystery Fandom Theater 3000: Invasion of the Animal People. 101 minutes. Digital Video. Released June 2001. Adam Riggs as Crow and Dr. Clayton Forrester, Mike Hagen as Mike Nelson, Brian Underwood as Tom Servo and TV's Frank. Tony DeMatio as Widge (A Rodent of Unusual Size), Richard Halliday as Civil Defense Worker. Written by Adam Riggs, Mike Hagen, Brian Underwood, Beth Timmons, Brian Hagen, Tony DeMatio, Jimmy Chin, Lee Strom, Allen Petlock, Tom Traubitz, Vaughn Hangartner, Richard Halliday. Directed by Beth Timmons. Produced by Mystery Fandom Theater. (Adam Riggs, Mike Hagen, Vaughn Hangartner, Tom Traubitz).

Mystery Fandom Theater 3000: Starcrash. 115 minutes. Digital Video. Released August 2003. Adam Riggs as Crow and Dr. Clayton Forrester, Mike Hagen as Mike Nelson, Brian Underwood as Servo and TV's Frank, Dave Friday as R2D2, Paul Frischle as Count Zarthan (interior decorator and ruler of the League of Dark Worlds). Written by Mike Hagen, Brian Underwood, Adam Riggs, Beth Riggs. With contributions from Jimmy Cain, David Cooksey, Kevin Deux, Tony DiMatio, Thomas K. Dye, Paul Fritschle, Brian Hagen, Richard Halliday, Vaughn Hangartner, Stephanie Peterman, Allen Petlock, Lee Strom, Tom Traubitz. Directed by Beth Riggs. Produced by Mystery Fandom Theater. (Mike Hagen, Adam Riggs, Brian Underwood).

Count Xigeous' Halloween Bloodbath: My Grandpa is a Vampire. 132 minutes. 8mm videotape. Released 2000. (Non Standard). John Sprengel as Count Xigeous and the Silver Bullets and Clark the Grasshopper, Al Messina as Count Dibbley, Tom Crosley as The Vampire King, Nora O'Halloran as Norweena, Sean Lough as Eegah, Karen Johnson as Karasma, Lou Rossi as Himey and Stinky the Bat and Mr. Bonejangles, Gerson Koenig as The Vampire, Diane Bahner as Moldina, Bert Tilley as Dr. Zachary 'Smithers' and Cowboy #1 and Cowboy #2, Carmen Hall as the Bonejangle Caller, John Walkak as the Half-A-Wife Caller, Brad Brown as The Boogeyman, Gary Chiechi as the Frog King. Written by John Sprengel, Bert Tilley, Sean Lough, Diane Dahner, Al Messina, Jeffrey Fry. Produced and Directed by John Sprengel. (Frog King).

Bridge to the Future (1996). 20 minutes. Released 1996. (Non Standard). Patrick Delahanty, John Fournier, Kyle Warren as themselves. Written by Patrick Delahanty, Tim Lewis, John Fournier, Kyle Warren. Directed by Tim Lewis. Produced by Doug Thompson. (The Bridge to the Future Society).

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Doctor Who: Time and the Rani. 130 minutes. VHS. Released 2000. (Non Standard). Brian Uiga as himself, Amanda Dolan as Magic Voice and Mrs. Forrester, Jeff Haut as Servo and Dr. Forrester, Jim Kaluger as Gypsy and Demonicus and Dr. Who?, Colleen Uiga as Mel. Written by Brian Uiga (Head Writer), Amanda Dolan, Elina Fisher, Jeff Haut, Jim Kaluger, Mike Mulligan, Colleen Uiga. Produced and Directed by Brian Uiga. (Best Brians).

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Battle of the Worlds. 81 minutes. SVHS and Hi-8. Filmed in 1995. (Non Standard). Adam Hill as Adam Hill, Ernest Q. Bourne as Crow and Dr. Bourne, Andrew Hill as Servo and TV's Andrew. Written by Adam Hill, Ernest Q. Bourne, Andrew Hill. Produced and Directed by Adam Hill and Ernest Q. Bourne. (Garage Productions/A Couple of Guys With No Money).

Subterranean Cinema Realm: Within the Rock. 96 minutes. VHS. Released March 1999. (Non Standard). Will Basanta as The Evil Tim, Kyle Buchman as Kilgore Catfish, Evan L. Hale as himself, David Taylor as Screaming Miner, Air'N Monahan as Air N. Written by Kyle Buchman and Evan L. Hale (Head Writers), Will Basanta, Air'N Monahan, Mitch Penrod, Louis Strack, David Taylor. With additional material by J.J. Miner, David Hutchings, Billy Thomas. Produced and Directed by Kyle Buchman and Evan L. Hale and Air'N J. (Smart Guy Productions).

Subterranean Cinema Realm: Murphysboro High School Homecoming (1998). 47 minutes. VHS. Released June 1999. (Non Standard). Will Basanta as The Evil Tim, Kyle Buchman as Kilgore Catfish, Evan L. Hale as himself, Air'N Monahan as himself, David Taylor as Jessica; David Hutchings, Mitch Penrod, Louis Strack, David Taylor as the Obelisk Police. Written by Kyle Buchman and Evan L. Hale (Head Writers), David Hutchings, Air'N Monahan, Mitch Penrod, Louis Strack, David Taylor. With additional material by Will Basanta, Nick Buchman, J.J. Miner. Produced and Directed by Kyle Buchman and Evan L. Hale and Air'N Monahan. (Smart Guy Productions).

Subterranean Cinema Realm: Reefer Madness. 109 minutes. VHS. Released July 2000. (Non Standard). Evan L.Hale as Evan L. Hale, Shawn Law as Kilgore Catfish and Mourner #2, David Hutchings as C4PO and Cyber Bob the Conqueror, David Taylor as Lenny the Sheepfish, Mitch Penrod as Mourner #1, Joe Reeves as the Dead Hooker, Kyle Buchanan as The Man. Written by Evan L. Hale (Head Writer), David Hutchings, Jerry Miner, Mitch Penrod, Louis Strack, David Taylor. Produced and Directed by Evan L. Hale. (Smart Guy Productions).

Subterranean Cinema Realm: W. 104 minutes. VHS. Released March 2002. (Non Standard). Evan L. Hale as Evan L. Hale, David Taylor as Kilgore Catfish, David Hutchings as C4PO and Cyber Bob the Conqueror, David Taylor as Dr. Misfortune, Allison Balch as Jenna Bush and Jun Ling, David Taylor as Willy the Miner, Mitch Penrod as Backpack Mouse; David Taylor as the Surly British Nazis. Written by Allison Balch, Kyle Buchman, Evan L. Hale, David Hutchings, Mitch Penrod, David Taylor. Produced and Directed by Evan L. Hale. (Smart Guy Productions).

Subterranean Cinema Realm: Monster on the Campus. 101 minutes. VHS. Released July 2002. (Non Standard). Evan L. Hale as Evan L. Hale, David Taylor as Kilgore Catfish and The Blatantly Jewish Man, David Hutchings as C4PO and Cyber Bob the Conqueror, David Taylor as Dr. Misfortune, Allison Balch as Sister Kenny, Mitch Penrod as Bill Clinton; Allison Balch, Evan L. Hale, David Hutchings, Mitch Penrod, David Taylor as The Evil Genes. Written by Allison Balch, Kyle Buchman, Evan L. Hale, David Hutchings, Mitch Penrod, David Taylor. Produced and Directed by Evan L. Hale. (Smart Guy Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Hard Mustard. 98 minutes. VHS. Released April 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voice of "Bill", Bill Szany as himself and Cokie. Written by Jason Soto (headwriter) and Bill Szany. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: The Burning. 107 minutes. VHS. Released May 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: House of Psychotic Women. 109 minutes. VHS. Released May 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and Prof. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Terrence and Elliot. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: The House of Exorcism. 124 minutes. VHS. Released May 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Chickie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Uncle Sam. 110 minutes. VHS. Released June 2003. (Non Standard). (A.K.A. - Holiday Special #1: Fourth of July). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Chickie and George Washington and Evil George Washington. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Horror Express. 106 minutes. VHS. Released July 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Chickie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Monster. 95 minutes. VHS. Released July 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Silent Night, Deadly Night: Part II. 114 minutes. VHS. Released September 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Prof. Snyder and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Night Life. 120 minutes. VHS. Released September 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Prof. Snyder and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Mourner #1 and Mourner #1. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Halloween 3: Season of The Witch. 116 minutes. VHS. Released October 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Lair of the White Worm. 114 minutes. VHS. Released November 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Hugh Grant and Bugs Bunny. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Slugs. 112 minutes. VHS. Released December 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Chickie and Willard Scott. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Elves. 112 minutes. VHS. Released December 2003. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: King Kong vs. Godzilla. 114 minutes. VHS. Released January 2004. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and The Tick and Bugs Bunny and Dr. Destructo and Godzilla. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Billy Jack. 134 minutes. VHS. Released February 2004. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and Billy Jack and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Blood Freak. 113 minutes. VHS. Released March 2004. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Stage Fright. 111 minutes. VHS. Released April 2004. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voices of Cokie and Godzilla and Bugs Bunny and The Tick and Dr. Destructo. Written by Jason Soto (Head Writer), Matt Kremer, April Babcock-Phillips, Jess Sawinski. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Against All Hope. 117 minutes. VHS. Released May 2004. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder and the voice of Cokie. Written by Jason Soto (Head Writer), Matt Kremer, April Babcock-Phillips, Jess Sawinski. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Satan's Blade. VHS. Released October 2004. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as the voices of himself and Cokie. Written by Jason Soto (Head Writer), Matt Kremer, April Babcock-Phillips, Jess Sawinski. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

B-Movie Central 5000: Last Prom and Why Doesn't Cathy Eat Breakfast? and Social Sex-Attitudes In Adolescence and I Like Bikes, But... and Crossroads Crash and Trouble with Women and Barbers & Beauticians and Joy Ride. VHS. Released January 2005. (Non Standard). Jason Soto as himself and Dr. Snyder, Bill Szany as the voices of Chickie and Cokie. Written by Jason Soto (Head Writer), Bill Szany, Adam Trembczynski. Produced and Directed by Jason Soto. (Up Late Productions).

Mormon Science Theater 3000: Measure of a Man. 26 minutes. VHS. Released 2000. (Non Standard). Jonathan Bianchi as Jon, Matthew Wood as Matt, Nikk Bobo as Nikk. Written by Jonathan Bianchi, Matthew Wood, Nikk Bobo. With contributions from Georgia Wood. Produced and Directed by Matthew Wood. (Almost As Good Brains, Inc.).

Film Bunker: How Can I Tell if I'm Really in Love?. 51 minutes. 3/4" U-Matic. Filmed in 2000. (Non Standard). Brad Kacsh as himself, Matt DeWoskin as himself, Jason Zwirblis as himself, David B. Grelck as himself. Written by Jason Zwirblis and David B. Grelck. Produced and Directed by David B. Grelck. (WDBG Productions).

Moonbase Nine: The Adventures of Officer Fender. 26 minutes. 3/4" U-Matic. Released July 2004. (Non Standard). Wade Lance as Phil the Host, Nathaniel Torres as Fanghorn, Ross Byron as Fender. Written by Nathaniel Torres, Lee Teplitsky, Vincent Bagnall, Wade Lance. Produced and Directed by Nathaniel Torres.

Moonbase Nine: Thieves' Blood: The New Edition. 24 minutes. Mini-DV. Released December 2005. (Non Standard). Phil Dejean as Commander Phil, Nathaniel Torres as Fanghorn, Jay Dedman as Gantry. Written by Nathaniel Torres, Phil Dejean. Produced and Directed by Nathaniel Torres.

Mystery Science Tulsa 3000: Time Cop. 120 minutes. VHS. Released March 2005. Randy Northcut as Mike, Drew Rees as Crow, Dan Bridgwater as Tom Servo and Observer, Nat Moore as Pearl Forrester, DJ Moore as Professor Bobo, Willem Drakon as "Jean Claude"; Leah Benton, Lyssa Berry, Scott Davis, Jamie Fleetwood, Josh Kissee, Andrea Moore, Joyce Moore, Teresa Rapson, Kris Smith as the Timecop Dancers. Written by Micheal Sharp (Head Writer), Leslie Bridgwater, Dan Bridgwater, Audrey Broshuis, Randy Northcutt, Drew Rees, Nat Moore, DJ Moore. With additional material by the mysterious Kate, Dan, Jade, Melody, Jamie. Produced and Directed by Michael Sharp.

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 11: Star Trek: The Motion Picture. 117 minutes. Released July 2005. Lewis Lovhaug as Lewis Williamson, Adam Smith as Pollo and Dr. Wright, Anthony Nowatzki as Tony, Christopher Bahr as Chris. Written by Lewis Lovhaug, Adam Smith, Anthony Nowatzki. Directed by Lewis Lovhaug, Luke Granholm, Christopher Bahr. Produced by Lewis Lovhaug. (Steel Dragon Enterprises).

No Theater: Care of the Skin. 11 minutes. Produced November 2005. Ron McAdams, John Wager as themselves. Written by Ron McAdams, John Wager. Produced and Directed by Ron McAdams and John Wager.

Fan MSTing: Gymkata. 101 minutes. VHS. Taped August 1995. John Laviolette as Tom Servo and the voice of Gypsy, Stephen J Adelson as Crow and Dr. Forrester, John Warton as Mike Nelson. Produced and Written by John Laviolette (Head Writer), Stephen J Adelson, John Warton, Karen Warton, George Wilson, Monty Wilson. With additional material by Jake Anderson, James Baradine, William Burg, Colin Michael Davis, Aaron Marquez, Peter Mclachlan, Elissa Renke, John Samuels. Directed by Monty Wilson.

The VHS Hole: Why Doesn't Cathy Eat Breakfast?. 5 minutes. Animated. Released September 2007. Pete Lane as Pete, George Amirian as Dennis, Arley Uricoli as Traci, Sonny Swinhart as Barnaby. Written by Pete Lane. With additional material by Dane Forgione. Produced and Directed by Pete Lane.

Movies From the Crypt: Rated R For Retarded and Pokemon: Bye Bye Butterfree and Pokemon: Abra and the Psychic Showdown. 118 minutes. Hi8. Taped August 2005. (Non Standard). Nick as Gus and Gummer and Cameratron, Austin A. as Vulture and Gregory, Scott as Chomper and Beeper and Dr. Lange, Izzy the dog as herself. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog. 48 minutes. Hi8. Taped September 2005. (Non Standard). Nick as Gus Foldy and Gummer, Austin A. as Vulture and The Evil Chicken, Scott as Chomper and Beeper and Dr. Scott Frostbender. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: The Year Without A Santa Claus. 65 minutes. Hi8. Taped December 2005. (Non Standard). Nick as Gus Foldy and Gummer and (?)Evil Santa, Austin A. as Vulture, Scott as Chomper and Beeper and Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Annabelle's Wish. 58 minutes. Hi8. Taped December 2005. (Non Standard). (A.K.A. - The Christmas Special). Nick as Gus Foldy and Gummer, Austin A. as Vulture, Scott as Chomper and Beeper and Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron, Izzy the dog as herself, Brett as Charl. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Blue Beard and Dead Men Walk. 62 minutes. Hi8. Taped October 2005. (Non Standard). (A.K.A. - The Halloween Special). Nick as Gus Ishbu Foldy and Gummer, Austin A. as Vulture, Scott as Chomper and Beeper and Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron, Izzy the dog as herself. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A., Brett. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: The Trials of Life: A Natural History of Behaviour. 45 minutes. Hi8. Taped March 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Gus Ishbu Foldy and Gummer, Austin A. as Vulture and Frostbender's Clone and Gregor, Scott as Chomper and Beeper and Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron, Izzy the dog as herself. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Willy The Sparrow. 34 minutes. Hi8. Taped March 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Gus Ishbu Foldy, Austin A. as Vulture, Scott as Dr. Scott Frostbender and Beeper. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin A.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Last Man On Earth. 96 minutes. Hi8. Taped May 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Gus Ishbu Foldy and Jerald, Austin M. as Ghandi and Chomper and Vulture, Scott as Cameratron and Beeper. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Indestructible Man. 77 minutes. Hi8. Taped May 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Jerald and Chomper, Austin M. as Ghandi and Vulture and the American Express enforcer, Scott as Cameratron, Brett also as Chomper. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Beast of Yucca Flats. 70 minutes. Hi8. Taped May 2006. Nick as Jerald and Gus Ishbu Foldy, Austin M. as Vulture and Chomper, Scott as Cameratron. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. (Non Standard).Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Plan 9 From Outer Space. 90 minutes. Hi8. Taped May 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Jerald and Gus Ishbu Foldy and Yoda and Tor Johnson, Austin M. as Vulture and Chomper and Ghandi, Scott as Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron, Elwood the cat as himself. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: ("Television on TV"). 72 minutes. Hi8. Taped July 2006. (Non Standard). (A.K.A. - The TV Special). Austin M. as Vulture and Chomper, Scott as Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron and Jerald. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. 84 minutes. Hi8. Taped July 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Jerald, Austin M. as Vulture and Chomper, Scott as Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron, Elwood the cat as The Space Tiger. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Astro Zombies. 99 minutes. Hi8. Taped July 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Jerald and Gummer and Torgo and Gus Ishbu Foldy, Austin M. as Vulture and Ghandi, Scott as Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron, Elwood the cat as The Space Tiger, Brett as Chomper. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.

Movies From the Crypt: Invisible Ghost. 73 minutes. Hi8. Taped July 2006. (Non Standard). Nick as Jerald, Austin M. as Vulture and Ghandi, Scott as Dr. Scott Frostbender and Cameratron and Gummer and Dean. Written by Scott, Nick, Austin M.. Produced and Directed by Scott.