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There are at least two reasons to pick up South Park: The Complete 15th Season:
* Apple chief Steve Jobs in “Human CentiPad” reminding his audience over and over again that Kyle clicked “yes” to Apple’s user agreement of his own free will.
* The Frog King’s one-sided conversations with Lemmiwinks in “Bass To Mouth.” I loved also the defensiveness of the regal Catatafish and the incredulity with which Cartman greets Mr. Mackey’s stipulations.
On March 27, Shout! Factory will launch into orbit Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIII, a 4-Disc collection of four Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes previously unreleased on DVD. Featuring the episodes
The Castle Of Fu Manchu,
Code Name: Diamond Head, and
Last Of The Wild Horses,
Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIII also features a MSTie-riffic collection of bonus features! MST3K XXIII is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Much like the country that spawned it, Mystery Science Theater 3000 is a melting pot. In every imaginable genre, Joel, Mike and their robot pals Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot have seen the promise of cinema mutilated by mediocrity. Nowhere is this highfaluOn March 27, Shout! Factory will launch into orbit Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIII, a 4-Disc collection of four Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes previously unreleased on DVD. Featuring the episodes King Dinosaur, The Castle Of Fu Manchu, Code Name: Diamond Head, and Last Of The Wild Horses, Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIII also features a MSTie-riffic collection of bonus features! MST3K XXIII is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
Much like the country that spawned it, Mystery Science Theater 3000 is a melting pot. In every imaginable genre, Joel, Mike and their robot pals Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot have seen the promise of cinema mutilated by mediocrity. Nowhere is this highfalutin concept more hilariously exemplified than in this 23rd collection of episodes from the beloved cult comedy television series. You want a Western? It's here. Space adventure? Look no further. We'll even throw in a failed TV pilot and a barely coherent science fiction-horror-thriller. All genres are treated with equal disrespect by the luckless crew of the Satellite of Love. They pledge allegiance only to funny, with justice - SoL style - for all.
In King Dinosaur, two scientist couples are sent to investigate a mysterious new planet and are menaced by snakes, gators, giant bugs and other scary process shots. In the world of MST3K fodder, this unique collaboration between ultra-prolific suppliers Robert L. Lippert and Bert I. Gordon deserves a moment of silence. Truth is, 63 moments of silence might be more entertaining than King Dinosaur, but those intrepid SoL'ers come to the rescue yet again, bringin' the funny with a delirious running commentary. This disc includes the 1944 short film X Marks The Spot. Bonus features include a new documentary featurette, The Incredible Mr. Lippert, and the original theatrical trailer.
It says something about a movie when the best thing about it is a mustache, as is the case with The Castle Of Fu Manchu. Christopher Lee takes climate change into his own hands in this 1969 installment of the Fu Manchu franchise. Determined to freeze the global water supply, the diabolical Fu Manchu heads to Istanbul for a castle, an opium reserve and a heart-to-heart with an ailing scientist. Fear not: his archnemesis, the Interpol superstar Nayland Smith, is on the job. An alternate title for this movie is The Torture Chamber Of Fu Manchu and, judging by the convoluted plotting, it's by far the more accurate one. As Dr. Forrester says, "This movie makes The Unearthly seem like Citizen Kane." It's a good thing Orson Welles wasn't around to hear that. Bonus features include a new Introduction by Frank Conniff, behind the scenes of the video game Darkstar featuring many MST cast members, and the original theatrical trailer.
Counterintelligence takes on a new meaning in the barely coherent tale of Hawaiian espionage that takes place on movie sets meant to look like Hawaii in Code Name: Diamond Head. If only superspy "Diamond Head" had infiltrated some of his own script meetings before this deadly pilot from legendary TV producer Quinn Martin was released on an unsuspecting public. Fortunately for us, Mike, Crow and Tom manage to sneak some really funny wisecracks into the script, not only neutralizing its odor but actually converting the 1977 TV movie into a work of art. This episode includes the short film A Day At The Fair. Bonus features include Code Name: Quinn Martin and the first installment of Life After MST3K, where we spotlight a cast member and the work he or she has done since leaving the show.
The last, but not least, stop on this Satellite of Love ride is Last Of The Wild Horses, though a second helping from Producer Robert L. Lippert is probably more than most can keep down. In this 1948 Western, "Duke" (no, not "The Duke" - you should be so lucky) is a robber-turned-rancher who gets in the middle of a ranch foreman's scheme to steal wild horses and is framed for murder in the bargain. Those B'hoys on the Satellite of Love cut dirt on the riffing until the movie is catawamptiously chawed up, but the real treasure lies in this episode's host segments, featuring an utterly unforgettable parody of Star Trek's celebrated "Mirror Mirror" episode. Vintage MST3K Promos are offered as bonus features.
Bonus Features Include:
New Introduction By Frank Conniff
The Incredible Mr. Lippert
Vintage MST3K Promos
Life After MST3K: Kevin Murphy
Code Name: Quinn Martin
DARKSTAR: Robots Don't Need SAG Cards
4 Exclusive Mini-Posters By Artist Steve Vance
Total Program Running Time: +/- 8 Hourst
The Adventures Of Tintin 2.x
Arthur's Travel Adventures
Batman: The Brave and the Bold 2.x Vol. 2
Hey Arnold 2.x Vol. 1
Jane By Design Vol. 1
Mister Rogers & Me
My Living Doll Vol. 1
People Are Funny 1.x
The Scarecrow and Mrs. King 3.x
That '70s Show 1.x (Blu-ray)
Great Expectations: The Complete Miniseries (Blu-ray)
My Boys 4.x
Regular Show 1.x/2.x
Roseanne 3.x ($13.49)
Roseanne 4.x ($13.49)
That '70s Show 3.x ($13.49)
That '70s Show 4.x ($13.49)
3rd Rock From The Sun 3.x ($13.49)
3rd Rock From The Sun 4.x ($13.49)
Torchwood: Miracle Day
Bob's Burgers 1.x
Conan The Adventurer 2.x Vol. 2
Eight Is Enough 1.x
Ernie Kovacs: The ABC Specials
Frozen Planet: The Complete Series
Frozen Planet: The Complete Series (Blu-ray)
Ice Road Truckers 5.x
Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1992
Man Vs. Wild: Top 25 Man Moments
Meet The Browns 5.x
19 Kids And Counting 4.x
The Super Hero Squad Show: The Infinity Gauntlet 2.x Vol. 3
Top Shot 3.x
Felicity 2.x ($13.99)
G.I. Joe A Real American Hero: The Complete First Series
Happiness Is Peanuts: Team Snoopy
The Invisible Man: The Complete Series
The Invisible Man: The Complete Series (Blu-ray)
Love Is On The Air
Samantha Who? 1.x ($13.99)
Samantha Who? 2.x ($13.99)
Tom and Jerry: Around the World
Transformers Japanese Collection: Super-God Masterforce
The Virginian 6.x
Wagon Train 5.x
Who Do You Think You Are? 2.x
The Big C 2.x
Sherlock 2.x <--- NEW!!
Falling Skies 1.x (Blu-ray)
G.I. Joe Renegades 1.x Vol. 1
Hell's Kitchen 7.x
New Tricks 7.x
Phineas and Ferb: The Perry Files
Pretty Little Liars 2.x
Rags to Riches: The Complete Series
Thundercats 1.x Vol. 2
Twilight Zone: The Complete Series (Blu-ray)
The Twilight Zone: Fan Favorites (Blu-ray)
Episodes 1.x <--- NEW!!
Power Rangers Samurai Vol. 1 <--- NEW!!
Power Rangers Samurai Vol. 2 <--- NEW!!
The Sarah Silverman Program: The Complete Series
Iron Man Armored Adventures 2.x Vol. 1
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 7.x
Looney Tunes: Platinum Collection Vol. 1 (DVD)
Midsomer Murders Vol. 20
Midsomer Murders Vol. 20 (Blu-ray)
The Looney Tunes Show: There Goes The Neighborhood <--- NEW!!
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March 27, 2012, 11:19 a.m. CST
Anyone know if new episodes will start soon? When?
March 28, 2012, 10:01 a.m. CST
That's like something they used to sell for $1.00 at Media Play.
March 28, 2012, 2:05 p.m. CST
It was a release date purchase for me, and worth every penny.
March 28, 2012, 2:12 p.m. CST
by Joe Plumber
."I wish Cotton was a monkey!"
March 28, 2012, 4:51 p.m. CST
Yep, "A Lad an' a Lamp" is in there.
March 28, 2012, 5:45 p.m. CST
Be patient. :)
March 28, 2012, 6:22 p.m. CST
March 29, 2012, 2 p.m. CST
Click on the links, pal. They are "Currently unavailable"...if they ever would be. Why post it in this section?
March 29, 2012, 5:09 p.m. CST
Go to WBShop.com and it's there and available. Amazon would only fulfill the order thru them anyway.
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