Category Archives: MST3K

Bromance on Film: Scream

Circa 1981, veteran stuntman Byron Quisenberry took up the mantle of film director, writer, and executive producer. Upon that mantle, near a painting of a ship, he placed some figurines and a clock. Two weeks later, out of the blue cookie fog and dripping with a soupçon of Dario Argento-style stage-blood, emerged the working-entitled slasher […]

Bromance on Film: The Alien Dead

In 1980 (or thereabouts) notable film producer Fred Olen Ray took to the waters of central Florida (USA), to produce a movie that was part Killdozer, part Blood Waters of Dr. Z, part Laserblast, part Giant Spider Invasion, part Legend of Boggy Creek 2; part — your parts may vary. On July 23, 2017, the […]

Mystery Trekkie Theater 3000 and the Long, Leisurely Chat

  Peter David, Bob Greenberger, and Michael Jan Friedman have been writing and performing Mystery Trekkie Theater 3000, their Mystery Science Theater 3000 Alive!-style live-show featuring Star Trek universe experiments nearly every year at the Shore Leave scienty fiction convention in Baltimore, Maryland for neigh on 25 years. The doors opened on their first performance, featuring the Star Trek original […]

Subterranean Cinema 4000

It has custom sets, robots, a mad scientist, shadowrama, host segments, theme music, and an original door sequence (in the form of a decrepit elevator shaft) — everything a proper homage to MST3K deserves.

Bromance on Film: Asylum of Satan

In a feet of double-digit consistency, Bromance on Film dips a second toe in the William Girdler waters with a tenth-in-as-many-months episode. This time, instead of a crazed, supernaturally-sized bear — and sweeping, helicopter panoramas — they keep it strictly 4×3 with a horror film definitely not shot in the Todd A.O. format: 1971’s Asylum of Satan. Bromance on Film: Asylum […]

Bromance on Film

When not investigating fraud for a multi-billion dollar trans-national computer company or running a “full service multimedia visual design company“, Taylor Boston and Philip Lee (respectively) of Austin, Texas, spend some of their off-hours writing riffs and improvising host segments for their own Mystery Science Theater 3000-style fan-made video series. They call it Bromance on […]

KCOS: For Health and Happiness (corrected)

On April 11, 2017, KCOS takes on For Health and Happiness.

KCOS: For Health and Happiness

There’s a new episode of Ken’s Cinema of Shenanigans out today, April 1, 2017.

Mysterious Rifftrax 337

Rifftrax isn’t the first riffing crew to take on The Five Doctors. Find out who got there first, and what they think about it.

Desirae Seter: The Finaler Interview

Binding Polymer had a virtual sit-down with Desirae Seter, the writer and editor of the Final Sacrifice 2 and Final Sacrifice 3 (a Space Mutiny cross-over) fan-films. Desirae also produces short videos starring her pug dog, Lucy, called Literary Lucy, and a podcast (G.O.A.) with her friends Matt, Kevin and Don.