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Shout Factory’s “MST3K XIV” extras unveiled

Satellite News recently caught wind of the list of extras, from Shout Factory’s forthcoming Mystery Science Theater set. There appear to be three extras and, while none of them are as exciting as volume thirteen’s, they’re pretty substantial and sound quite fun. Here’s the list:

  • A new interview With “Soultaker” star and MST3K favorite Joe Estevez.
  • Mike, Tom and Crow’s appearance on ESPN Classic’s “Cheap Seats Without Ron Parker.”
  • A new interview with “Final Justice” writer/director Greydon Clark.

Joe Estevez? That alone is worth the price of admission. But the infamous Greydon Clark, as well? Sold. I’m also, admittedly, not that familiar with the Cheap Seats appearance, but it’s a fairly well-known appearance among MSTies, so that’s likely a good thing, too. Should be an entertaining set. Now, if Shout Factory can score an interview with Joe Don Baker, then they will have truly bested Rhino.

Satellite News also mentions that there is apparently a false list of extras being circulated around the interwebs. The above list comes straight from the mouth of Shout Factory, so trust no one else.

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One Response

  1. I actually caught the Cheap Seats appearance when it aired… Mike, Crow, & Tom’s contribution made up maybe 3-4 minutes tops, before and after commercial breaks. They basically recorded new dialog over recycled theater silhouettes. The show itself was a blatant MST3K ripoff where mediocre twin comedians the Sklar Brothers riffed on the kind of bizarre sporting events you’d only see at 4 AM on ESPN 9. It was an exciting moment for MSTIES post-MST3K and pre-Film Crew/Rifftrax/Cinematic Titanic though. The interviews sound like good stuff.

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