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Brand Spanking New! Great quality editions of all my other Mystery Science Theater 3000 video material have been mastered to DVD. Be sure to keep an eye on the Other MST3K Video section for great new items that may be coming!
MST3K The Home Game: Day the World Ended - Both early and late showings and BBI Tour
Mystery Science Talk Radio - 8-Disc Set plus bonus disc!
Herd Mentality - (audio CD)
MST3K: The Movie Press Kit
MST3K Shorts Volume 3
The MST Scrapbook
MST3K Collected Commercial Clips
MST3K Shorts: Commando Cody - Radar Men From the Moon
MST3K Serial Shorts: Phantom Creeps, Undersea Kingdom, General Hospital
Eight Fan-Produced MSTings of bad movies
Mystery Science Theater Hour Segments (Jack Perkins Host Segments)
Little Gold Statue Special and Playstation Underground
TurkeyDay Promos and Bumpers
Poopie Promo Party Parade of Turkey Ween (yes, that's me dumpster-diving)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie ...Extras
Theater Rough Cut of 1012 - Squirm
Film Crew on Starz
Cheepnis Logo and other chillin' swag that is truly the shizzizle
Invention Exchange Compilation
Outtakes, Rehearsals, and Final Wraps
Mystery Science Cheddar
Cast Interviews and Appearances Vol. I: The Joel Years
Cast Interviews and Appearances Vol. II: The Mike Comedy Central Years
Cast Interviews and Appearances Vol. III: The Mike SciFi Channel Years
Joel Hodgson: Comic, Magician, Spy
Saturday Night Joel
BBI Tour: The Last Waltz
Theater Rough Cut of 0505 - Magic Voyage of Sinbad
Theater Rough Cut of 0503 - Swamp Diamonds
Theater Rough Cut of 1010 - It Lives By Night
Theater Rough Cut of 1012 - Squirm
Theater Rough Cut of 1013 - Diabolik
1992 StarCon Q&A Panel
1992 ChicagoCon Q&A and Mitchell Q&A
1994 MST3K ConventioCon ExpoFest-A-Rama
1995 DragonCon Q&A Panel
1996 MST3K ConventioCon ExpoFest-A-Rama II: Electric Bugaloo
May 8, 2005:
It seems that a few bad
eggs have to spoil it for everybody. When I deposit a check that
bounces, my bank charges me $5.00 and the deposit is refused. If it was
just an issue of not receiving payment (in which case they wouldn't
receive any discs) that would be fine. But their insufficient funds
costs me out-of-pocket money and I am reduced to begging for them to
reimburse me. This is something they apparently don't think is worth
their time and effort. For this reason I have decided to no longer
accept personal checks. I realize that the vast majority of you
wouldn't ever think of sending me bad checks, but the few who do are
costing me money and grief.
If we have dealt before and your checks have always been clean, I'll
continue to accept them from you, otherwise you still have several options:
- Credit Card
- Money Order or Cashier's Bank Check
- Billpay (or the equivalent online feature your bank may offer), whereby your bank will cut and mail a paper check to me directly from your account. I know this is free for both Bank of America and Wells Fargo customers; probably free for you too!
My sincere apologies the the vast majority of you who don't deserve
Really Old Stuff:
Thanks for your product reviews! I
appreciate the people who took the time to write about items they got
Would you like to leave your review? Great! What I'm looking for are
your thoughts about each item that are primarily
based upon your impressions of the video and audio quality. Other
things to rate the item for would be the quality of my customer
service, your shipping experience, cost value, etc. What I'm not
looking for is your impression of the episode storyline (i.e., plotline
of host segments, number of good jokes, whether or not Gamera is a
benevolent creature, Joel vs. Mike, etc...).
To write a review, (you must be logged in) go to each item and choose
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I reserve the right to delete or edit inapropriate or obscene reviews
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October 23, 2006: Sadly, the exclusive MST3K.org interview with the REAL Jack Perkins doesn't seem as if it's going to happen.
When he ordered the MST Hour segments from me, I was thrilled that he also agreed to do an email interview. I submitted about 20 questions shortly before he received the discs (which I sent for free, of course). Since then, he has not responded to my emails and I'm afraid that after viewing the segments, he may not have been as flattered as he claimed at first. That is purely speculation on my part, but he was very friendly before he received the discs and silent afterwards... Below is the initial reply I had from him.
Perhaps someday he'll decide to get back to me and we can all enjoy his insights. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
I am he. Yes. And over the years have been impersonated a few times by different talents. The worst (easily) was the recent spoof on SNL. It was bad because it didn't grow out of actual fact. The best caricatures, for example, take known eccentricities or idiosyncrasies and exaggerate. But in making their Jack Perkins character a tottering drunk SNL had no basis of fact to exaggerate. I don't drink. At all.
Earlier, much earlier on SNL the great talent Harry Shearer did me and it was perfect. In fact, I first witnessed it on the monitors in the NBC newsroom. SNL was rehearsing in a studio down the hall. I didn't know what the feed was I was seeing but for more than a moment I believed it was I. I turned up the volume and listened and for another moment still believed it was I. The writing, the inflection, the pacing was precisely mine. Shearer was spot-on.
Then years later somebody called my attention to a clip of Mike doing me on MST3K. And not too long thereafter, at a convention, I met him and was blown away. He was so young to be so talented and I was enormously flattered.
That's why I was so happy to happen across your site and will be delighted to see the clips you have.
I'll see if I can't dig out an old publicity photo and sign it and send it along to you. Give me an address.
PS - What's Mike doing now? Any idea?
START SPREADING THE NEWS! A tape which contains the
fabled lost final host segment from episode K15 has been located and we
have it! Before today, it was thought that no one outside of BBI
staffers had ever seen it!
..not true. Teresa Dietzinger saw it too! Teresa lives in Minnesota,
and has been a MSTie since the show was on her local UHF station, KTMA.
She was one of the first fan club members and sent some artwork to the
fan club. As luck would have it, her artwork was featured by Joel in
the final host segment of Episode K15 - Superdome. She taped it, but
her father (who was not a fan) taped over the episode. However, he
first saved the
final host segment and managed to hang on to it for all these
years, just because it had his daughter's artwork on it. In a stroke of
cosmic irony, they had only the final host segment, while for 25 years
fans had everything BUT the final segment!
A screen shot of
the artwork that Teresa sent in to Joel and
another screenshot from the same segment.
A million thanks for sending us the original tape, Teresa, even at the
risk of your father's wrath! The entire MST3K Fan Community bows down
before you! (um... do you think you might have KTMA episodes 1-3 in a
How do I get a copy of this incredible gem?
You can get it quickly
and easily from CheesyFlix!
changes are afoot! I have finally installed a new
storefront which should help both you and me get things better
organized. Don't let the flash and dazzle of a professional looking
site scare you - I simply had some free time at work and slapped it
together. I'm still the humble tape trader you have come to know and
love. Let me know if you run into trouble and what your thoughts
and opinions are. All the great MST3K is in place and good to go.
Over 100 Un-MSTed versions of your favorite episodes! These are the original, uncut, 1st generation, A+ versions of movies that were
skewered by Mike/Joel and the 'bots, presented here without anyone
making fun of them. There are also a few
Writers Review episodes from
deep within my underground BBI archives. Those have time codes on them
and no riffing. These were used to actually write the jokes for the MST
episodes and can be found available nowhere else! Set up your own
theater seats and enjoy making up your own riffs, see scenes cut by
BBI, or get one of the scripts from me and enact your own version!