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MST3K: The Movie Already Up For Pre-Order

According to Satellite News, Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie is already up on Amazon for pre-order. Maybe I shouldn’t be surprised, but I wasn’t expecting to see the rerelease listed so soon, even if the listing is clearly bare-bones (much like the DVD itself). Anyway, let the anticipation commense. If you want to pre-order it for $13.99, you can do so here. (Hey, it’s one of those links! Yeah, I’ll shut up.)

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5 Responses

  1. The item’s available for preorder at other stores, too. Amazon’s price is competitive, though.

  2. I’ve always encouraged people to shop around. :)

  3. My God. This is a dream come true.

  4. is anyone else furious at the lack of extras. WTF

  5. Well, the only extras Universal could possibly put on it would be the deleted scenes (or maybe the promotional interviews that the studio put together, but that wouldn’t be much). And if you’ll give this forum thread a look, you’ll see that even that might not be possible.

    Frankly, though, I’m not surprised and, thus, not disappointed. Why? Because this is just another lower-tier movie that Universal is releasing. It’s special to MSTies, but that’s mostly it. They have no reason to give it extra-special treatment, beyond what they’d give to a film of similar popularity and marketability.

    Perhaps one day, though.

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