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'Space Mutiny' on MST3K

Couldn’t find any threads about this but it’s gotta be every lifter’s favorite episode of MST3K, right?

It can be seen here:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8590533394044637016&q=mst3k+space+mutiny&ei=irMpSNiJO5CEjgL6jJzkCQ

The last host segment is somewhat controversial on T-Nation, though, as it implies that working legs can make your arms big.

I considered changing my scrren name to “Big McLarge Huge” for a time.

Space Mutiny is damn good, but I watched Hobgoblins this past weekend, and the level of awesomeness that it was might over take SM as my favorite MST3K episode.

My favorites were always Master Ninja and Manos, but that’s probably too easy.

Have any of you MST3K fans checked out Cinematic Titanic? I’ve been meaning to buy it, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

http://cinematictitanic.com/wpmu/trailer/

I’ve checked out some of the samples on Mike Nelson’s site, and some are pretty funny.

[quote]AngryVader wrote:
My favorites were always Master Ninja and Manos, but that’s probably too easy.

Have any of you MST3K fans checked out Cinematic Titanic? I’ve been meaning to buy it, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

http://cinematictitanic.com/wpmu/trailer/

I’ve checked out some of the samples on Mike Nelson’s site, and some are pretty funny.


[/quote]

Rifftrax are pretty good, but it’s just not the same without Servo and Crow(even if the guys the do their voices are there).

Manos is pretty excellent. I don’t think I’ve seen Master Ninja.

[quote]analog_kid wrote:
AngryVader wrote:
My favorites were always Master Ninja and Manos, but that’s probably too easy.

Have any of you MST3K fans checked out Cinematic Titanic? I’ve been meaning to buy it, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

http://cinematictitanic.com/wpmu/trailer/

I’ve checked out some of the samples on Mike Nelson’s site, and some are pretty funny.

Rifftrax are pretty good, but it’s just not the same without Servo and Crow(even if the guys the do their voices are there).

Manos is pretty excellent. I don’t think I’ve seen Master Ninja.
[/quote]

That’s why I’m curious about the Cinematic Titantic thing. It looks to be more in the original MST3K style.

Master Ninja was classic, but it’s one of those frustrating episodes that they’ve never released on DVD. I’ve been trying to track it down, but I haven’t had any luck.

[quote]AngryVader wrote:
analog_kid wrote:
AngryVader wrote:
My favorites were always Master Ninja and Manos, but that’s probably too easy.

Have any of you MST3K fans checked out Cinematic Titanic? I’ve been meaning to buy it, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

http://cinematictitanic.com/wpmu/trailer/

I’ve checked out some of the samples on Mike Nelson’s site, and some are pretty funny.

Rifftrax are pretty good, but it’s just not the same without Servo and Crow(even if the guys the do their voices are there).

Manos is pretty excellent. I don’t think I’ve seen Master Ninja.

That’s why I’m curious about the Cinematic Titantic thing. It looks to be more in the original MST3K style.

Master Ninja was classic, but it’s one of those frustrating episodes that they’ve never released on DVD. I’ve been trying to track it down, but I haven’t had any luck.
[/quote]

Master Ninja:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5330966742490588430

[quote]analog_kid wrote:
AngryVader wrote:
analog_kid wrote:
AngryVader wrote:
My favorites were always Master Ninja and Manos, but that’s probably too easy.

Have any of you MST3K fans checked out Cinematic Titanic? I’ve been meaning to buy it, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

http://cinematictitanic.com/wpmu/trailer/

I’ve checked out some of the samples on Mike Nelson’s site, and some are pretty funny.

Rifftrax are pretty good, but it’s just not the same without Servo and Crow(even if the guys the do their voices are there).

Manos is pretty excellent. I don’t think I’ve seen Master Ninja.

That’s why I’m curious about the Cinematic Titantic thing. It looks to be more in the original MST3K style.

Master Ninja was classic, but it’s one of those frustrating episodes that they’ve never released on DVD. I’ve been trying to track it down, but I haven’t had any luck.

Master Ninja:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5330966742490588430 [/quote]

Awesome! Thanks for finding that. I actually hadn’t tried searching for it on that site. I was mainly trying to find Torrents or a download somewhere, but I’ll take it!

[quote]AngryVader wrote:
analog_kid wrote:
AngryVader wrote:
analog_kid wrote:
AngryVader wrote:
My favorites were always Master Ninja and Manos, but that’s probably too easy.

Have any of you MST3K fans checked out Cinematic Titanic? I’ve been meaning to buy it, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

http://cinematictitanic.com/wpmu/trailer/

I’ve checked out some of the samples on Mike Nelson’s site, and some are pretty funny.

Rifftrax are pretty good, but it’s just not the same without Servo and Crow(even if the guys the do their voices are there).

Manos is pretty excellent. I don’t think I’ve seen Master Ninja.

That’s why I’m curious about the Cinematic Titantic thing. It looks to be more in the original MST3K style.

Master Ninja was classic, but it’s one of those frustrating episodes that they’ve never released on DVD. I’ve been trying to track it down, but I haven’t had any luck.

Master Ninja:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5330966742490588430

Awesome! Thanks for finding that. I actually hadn’t tried searching for it on that site. I was mainly trying to find Torrents or a download somewhere, but I’ll take it![/quote]

Firefox has an addon that allows you to download video from Youtube/google/etc, you might be able to burn it that way. I’m not really a fan of sitting at my computer and watching movies either. Just wish the quality was a little better.

I watched Master Ninja(the series?)at work today(slow day). HILARIOUS! “I sure hope she likes big ass medallions.”