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Jonah Ray leads the charge with Patton Oswalt and Felicia Day pulling mad scientist duty, while Hampton Yount and Baron Vaughn step in as the new voices for the snarky robots, Crow T. Check out the announcement and image below: Here’s what Hodgson had to say about the news: Joel here.
It’s been a really busy couple of weeks, and we just finished our third (and last) “Red Carpet Kickstarter Screening” of the first new episode of Mystery Science Theater, Experiment 1101.
Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog) to watch (and hilariously mock) terrible movies onboard the Satellite of Love.
Comedian Patton Oswalt (Young Adult) will appear as Luke Forrester, Kinga’s henchman.
Halfway through the show’s run, Hodgson left the show over creative differences and was replaced as host by head writer Michael J.
Nelson, who also starred in 1996’s Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie.
While they have yet to reveal the B-movie titles that will be riffed on by Jonah and the bots, Hodgson has previously stated that many of the titles were licensed through Shout Factory, the label that also distributes the classic episodes of MST3K on DVD/Blu-ray.
The original Mystery Science Theater 3000 was created and hosted by comedian Joel Hodgson and produced out of Minnesota from 1988 to 1999 for 197 episodes, each cracking jokes over a different piece of trash cinema from badly-dubbed Japanese Gamera movies to the obscure sleaze masterpiece Manos: The Hands of Fate.
She knows what it’s like to grow up feeling unloved, and she now fills every space in her tiny apartment with endangered teens.