Pop-up books were pretty great to have during the pre-Vimeo age, so it's a delight that the team of Katie Maren and Mike P. Nelson bring such a book to life in local group Still Pacific's new music video. There's plenty of other intriguing details about the clip, which follows the story of a jilt ... More >>
James Schugel is under the microscope.The Asian American Journalists Association is demanding an apology from CBS corporate in the wake of affiliate WCCO's admission that it botched the October 31 story that has become popularly known as "Duck/Dog." "We were disturbed by an Oct. 31 broadcast by ... More >>
Help me, Snowbi-Wan Kesnowbi. You're my only snowpe.Mike Nelson, a commercial and film director, was shoveling the walk of his Robbinsdale home after the snowstorm that popped the Metrodome, when his wife asked him to take some photos. He shot some stills with his digital camera before he ma ... More >>
For those who lament the 1999 demise of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Comedy Central's weekly "watch-along" of bad, little-known films with running, mocking commentary by Joel Hodgson or Mike Nelson, and two or more robots, you now have reason to live again. The Minnesota-based show has a new--al ... More >>
Photo courtesy Rifftrax.coWhen Mystery Science Theater 3000 left the airwaves in 1999 it seemed like an era of bad-movie riffing had come to an end. Something funny happened on the way to the dust heap, however. Fans who had collected, taped, and traded episodes from practically day on ... More >>
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 gang makes chop suey out of the best of the worst holiday shorts.
What a difference a silhouette makes-- the MST3k crew raked much mud over the worst film of all time, but we still miss the puppets.
Mike, Crow and Tom Servo of MST3K take part in a live simulcast lampooning of Plan 9 From Outer Space.
The author of the Adventures of Herculina may have stumbled upon her career, but the results are anything but awkward
The creators of the erstwhile Mystery Science Theater 3000 find a new home on the Web