"MST3K" alumnus Bill Corbett talks Rifftrax DVDs
Bill Corbett, who portrayed the golden, sarcastic robot Crow T. Robot on the last few seasons of the movie-riffing cult TV series “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” doesn’t miss the puppeteering portion of his old gig.
But he, Mike Nelson and Kevin Murphy of “MST3K” fame are continuing their movie-mocking ways with Rifftrax. And Corbett spoke to Features Editor and Nerdage blogger Matt Price about the latest Rifftrax effort: DVDs.
Previously, the only Rifftrax commentaries were MP3s that fans synced up with their own or rental copies of the movies in question. And that could make for a pretty tasteless Netflix queue at times.
While the audio Rifftrax continue to be an option for fans, starting this week, the gang also is offering 10 Rifftrax DVDs, which feature them quipping such films as “Night of the Living Dead,” “House on Haunted Hill” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space.”
I have several of the audio Rifftrax and find them vastly entertaining, and I think my sister may just be the biggest Rifftrax fan of all. I’m looking forward to checking out these new DVDs.
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