All together now: “Gamera is really sweet! He is filled with turtle meat!”Confused? You won’t be come Tuesday, when Shout! Factory releases “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXI: MST3K vs. Gamera.” The five-DVD set of Japanese giant-turtle madness comes housed in a limited-edition tin, with five mini-posters. Fans who order direct from Shout! Factory will receive a free Gamera postcard pack and “MST3K” stress ball, so click to squeeze.
Look for the Oklahoma Gazette review soon. Until then, enjoy the official trailer and these choice six clips! —Rod Lott
It’s ‘Time’ for another eight hours of deep-hurting hilarity.
Television series Rod Lott
Another quarter, another “Mystery Science Theater 3000” release from
Shout! Factory. While hell on the wallet, fervent fans of the series
know each set is worth every penny and then some.
Sci-Fi Rod Lott
In an abandoned lab in Jackson, Fla., one Dr. Leopold (Marshall Grauer)
completes a seven-year project to mutate and transform himself from a
mild-mannered, dumpy-looking mad scientist to an upright, green-scaled
creature (Wade Popwell) who retains all of the doc's mental functions
and artistic abilities.
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Because few sights are more sore for the eyes than two hours of Sean
Connery in a red diaper, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch, has
drafted The Movie Clubbed to provide a live, Mystery Science Theater
3000-style mocking of the sci-fi sewage known as 1974’s Zardoz.