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Episode 45 – War Of The Colossal Beast

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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I want to start off by saying that it isn’t our fault we ALLEGEDLY might be sky criminals. Unintentional sky criminals. Sorry about the headaches.

This month we watches MST3K S3E19 – War of the Colossal Beast, an unnecessary sequel to a movie that probably didn’t need to be made in the first place. Seth kind of liked some of the makeup? Luckily this episode also featured the phenominal short – Mr. B Natural, which kind of redeems the whole thing. It’s about a demon woman who uses her dark powers to convince middle schoolers to join the band and buy CONN brand musical instruments. It’s… it’s really unique.

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Episode 44 – Star Force: Fugitive Alien II

Posted by on Apr 3, 2016 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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Learning is fun! At least that’s what Dr. Odd wants us to believe, and even then, learning all about cheese doesn’t really seem that helpful. This will all (hopefully) make sense once you listen to the episode.

This week we discuss MST3k S3E18 – Star Force: Fugitive Alien II – a “movie” that has both a long, and very confusing title. Also, I put the word “movie” in quotes because this is just another Sandy Frank re-edit of a Japanese television show, except this time it was re-edited to not make any sense at all!

Once you’re done listening, you should head over to our facebook page and join the discussion about all things MST3K, or follow us on Twitter! If you’re feeling particularly awesome, then you can also stop by our itunes page and leave us a review.

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Episode 43 – Viking Women And The Sea Serpent

Posted by on Feb 28, 2016 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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Hello everyone! We’ve been busy up here in space working on our new webcomic Space Buddiez, but not too busy to bring you a new Audio Log!

We discuss MST3K S3E17 – The Viking Women And The Sea Serpent, which is a TERRIBLE movie that even the best riffing has trouble saving. Luckily, it is paired with a 1950’s short about Home Economics, which almost single-handedly redeems the whole episode. Joel and the bots also talk a lot about Waffles. So there’s that too.

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Episode 42 – Gamera VS Zigra

Posted by on Jan 31, 2016 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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Why hello there! You’re looking rather nice today. I feel like we’ve been asleep for a while, but it’s hard to tell up here in space… Though now like the most misbehaved toddlers, we’re awake again and full of more energy than we know what to do with! Except we DO know what to do with that energy, and that’s talk about MST3K S3E16 – Gamera VS Zigra!

 

This is a special Gamera episode for a lot of reasons. Firstly, the movie itself is the product of an insane person tasked with creating another Gamera movie when all the good ideas for Gamera movies had been used up two Gamera movies ago. The MST3K episode is as much a love letter to Gamera as it is to the loyal viewers who have survived the season 3 gauntlet of magical flying turtle films along with the cast. It’s a wonderful, special episode, but definitely not for MST3K initiates.

 

If you want to discuss this episode, our show, just hang out with other cool people who share your love of MST3K, like our facebook page, and follow us on Twitter. We also LOVE it if you would drop by and write us an iTunes review – it helps other people find our show (and makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside).

 

Thanks for listening, and see you next month when we discuss S3E17 – Viking Women And The Sea Serpent!

Episode 41 – Teenage Caveman!

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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What happens when you mix a robot with some solar palladium he found on an asteroid? Nolbot gets crazy, and Dr. Odd is trying to go to a concert of questionable content (but not the questionable content YOU’RE thinking about, you dirty-minded so and so!). So essentially, just another week for us up here in space.

We discuss MST3K S3E15 – Teenage Caveman, which is a remarkable episode not so much because of the feature itself, but because of the two preceding shorts. Having three separate subjects of riffing makes this episode a unique experience (not to mention you get to see black and white footage of people doing horrible things to natural wetlands in two completely different scenarios).

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Episode 40 – Mighty Jack!

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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I’m going to start by listing all of the things we liked about the movie Mighty Jack.

 

Ok, now that we have that out of the way, we can talk about other stuff like mayonnaise, and Golden Corral. Seriously though, this is probably the worst movie ever riffed by the guys at MST3K, and not a strong episode in general. I mean, it’s still an MST3K episode which puts it head and shoulders above other media, but it’s definitely not one we’re going to re-watch any time soon.

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Episode 39 – Earth VS The Spider

Posted by on Jan 23, 2015 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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My audio log has a first name, it’s E-A-R-T-H! My audio log has a second name, it’s S-P-I-D-E-R! This week is a very musical audio log where we work on cooking up a bunch of different jingles for a very specific product. Jeff even does a rap! We have fun here.

We also discuss MST3K Season 3 Episode 13, Earth VS The Spider. There are a lot of questionable things in this movie, like the decision to store the corpse of a giant spider inside a 1950s high school science classroom. For example. It’s also one of the few episodes on which Seth and Jeff have a differing opinion, which makes for some interesting discussion as well.

Once you’re done enjoying our songs and MST3K talk, head over to our Facebook page and join the discussion about all things MST3K, follow us on Twitter, and if you’re feeling extra happy because of all of our great singing, go to our iTunes page and leave us a nice review.

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Episode 38 – Gamera VS Guiron!

Posted by on Jan 7, 2015 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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I’m not going to lie, being stuck in space with relatively nothing to do can leave a person pining for entertainment of pretty much any kind. Unless of course the “entertainment” is the kind that Dr. Odd foisted upon us (and indirectly you, fair listeners) this week. We apologize in advance.

This week we discuss MST3K Season 3 Episode 12 – Gamera VS Guiron. I don’t need to tell you that we already LOVE Gamera, and that this is the most loveable Gamera movie we’ve watched so far. Plus it has amazing music. Plus it features the world’s weirdest kids. There isn’t really much to dislike about this episode, and we gush about it accordingly.

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Thanks for listening!

Episode 37 – It Conquered The World!

Posted by on Aug 29, 2014 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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“Or DID it?” is what we smugly ask no one in particular any time anyone says the title of this film out loud. Ok, not really, but you have to admit, it is a blatantly misleading title. Anyway, this week we get up to more hijinks – Nolbot is back and is mad at everyone for his time spent is servitude as a sign spinning bank mascot. Oh, and Dr. Odd went to some sort of seminar and thinks he knows about business strategy now. So that’s great.

We also discuss MST3K S3E11 – It Conquered the World (or DID it?) – probably the shortest feature we’ve seen so far in the series. Luckily it’s paired with the wonderful short “Snow Thrills”, a delightful romp through the world of fun wintery activities from a time before things like “helmets”, “quick release ski bindings” and “a basic regard for human life” existed.

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Episode 36 – Fugitive Alien

Posted by on Aug 13, 2014 in Gizmonic Institutes Radio | 0 comments

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Hello friends! It’s good to be back! Be warned though, Dr. Odd has an… interesting… investment opportunity for you. Just make sure to hold onto that strawberry Fanta when you jump into the ball pit.

This week we discuss MST3K S3E10 – Fugitive Alien, a made for TV movie made from cut together clips from a failed TV series. Despite its questionable roots, it happens to be one of those perfect movies that not only lends itself to MST3K riffing, but also turns out to be a pretty silly and enjoyable film on its own.

Ugh. I think I’ve been in space too long, because I just called Fugitive Alien a “film”.

Once you’re done listening, head over and join the discussion on our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, or if you’re feeling particularly awesome, go to our iTunes page and give us a review.

 

Thanks for listening!