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Joel was, of course, great, and Jonah was cool and relaxed and very funny. I want to praise Tim Ryder, who filled in for Baron and did splendidly, but especially Rebecca Hanson, who was, really a standout and who was completely unflummoxed by a couple line flubs (I’m sure Joel had some notes for his cast after the show was over). ” and the riffing was very very good, and I liked that in four or five places they just accepted that the funniest possible riff had already been written and just went ahead and used them, but mostly offered a brand new take on that terrible movie.The “surprise” second movie was 1967’s “Argoman the Fantastic Superman,” sort of “”Secret Agent Super Dragon” meets “The Pumaman.” Again the riffing was very strong and I loved it.Hampton Yount and Baron Vaughn are also pictured and will provide the new voices for Crow T. And you can also spot Joel Hodgson nestled in the very back of the photo, sporting a fine goatee.There’s no guarantee that this reboot will be satisfying to fans, though it’s on the right platform to give it a chance.), but we do know that the cast looks pretty solid, as it includes Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, and Patton Oswalt, as well as a writer's room with names like Joel Mc Hale and Dan Harmon involved.Oh, and expect a guest appearance from Mark Hamill, too.
It raised more than .3 million, surpassing the record set by the “Veronica Mars” movie, which raised .7 million.
Series creator Joel Hodgson raised more than million last fall with a massive Kickstarter campaign to help fund production of 14 episodes for an 11th season of the cult series, which first aired in 1988 on Minneapolis TV station KTMA before going national -- first on The Comedy Channel and Comedy Central, then on Sci-Fi Channel, with 197 first-run episodes and a feature film running through 1999.
The series originally starred Hodgson as a janitor trapped on a spaceship and forced to watch B-movies as part of a plot by a pair of mad scientists to try to take over the world.
But there’s no reason to think this won’t at least have the spirit of the classic show intact.
Tonight, in Atlanta, is the final stop on the “MST3K Live: Watch Out for Snakes” national tour, so if you’re headed there tonight, you might want to wait till tomorrow to join us.
The crowdfunding efforts smashed records and ensured the series would see a proper reboot, with Jonah Ray, Patton Oswalt, and Felicia Day joining the show as a new generation of diabolical villains and their hapless target.