Author: Tony Redman

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return”

It's been nearly twenty years ago since ”Mystery Science Theater 3000" graced the television airwaves and now it's back! ...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Green Acres: The Complete Series”

“Green Acres is the place to be! Farm living is the life for me!” Thus begins what is arguably one of the most recognizable...

Music, Way Out Junk

Way Out Junk: Clyde & Phyllis, “A Musical Fantasy About the World’s First Guitar Playing Elephant”

A guitar playing elephant and an ant worry that their romance is doomed, but somehow love finds a way in this month's Way Out Junk!...

Music, Way Out Junk

Way Out Junk: Wayout

Way back in 2009, back when President Obama still had that new car smell, I had started a column here called “Way Out...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXXV”

Well, it’s that time of year again. The good folks at Shout! Factory are blessing us with yet another volume of everybody’s favorite...

Television, TV on DVD

DVD Review: The Marx Brothers TV Collection

Tony Redman reviews Shout! Factory's new release "The Marx Brothers TV Collection", a compilation of shows and clips featuring Groucho and...

Popdose Lists, Television

Holy YouTube! Fifteen Videos Inspired by the Batman TV Show

Legions of Bat-fans can now rejoice because, after years of wrangling between studios, individuals, and estates of individuals, the...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXIX”

In the new Mystery Science Theater 3000 boxset you'll find a teensploitation flick, a sword and sandal classic, a loose head on the loose...

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie”

Tony Redman reviews the new Blu-Ray release of Mystery Science Theater 3000's foray onto the big screen....

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXVII”

Commies, slimy subterraneans, severely overgrown teenagers, and a giant mantis (deadly, of course) are on the menu for the newest MST3K...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “K-9: The Complete Series”

Remember when Doctor Who had a robotic dog that was so popular that he even spun off into his own show? Tony Redman reviews "K-9: The...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXVI”

What's scarier: death rays, mole people, two-headed dragons, or Kathy Ireland's voice? Find out as Tony Redman reviews the latest Mystery...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXV”

Tony Redman reviews Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXV. You and your DVD player are doomed!!...

DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “The Smurfs and the Magic Flute”

Tony Redman reviews this 1983 classic from the original Blue Man Group. Will he think it's the Smurfiest, or will it make him want to...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXIV”

Discover the show that got mild-mannered Tony Redman all MSTie eyed, as he reviews "Mystery Science Theater 3000 Vol. XXIV"!...

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Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp”

Tony Redman reviews the new "Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp" boxset. (Insert ape-related pun here.)...

Music, Way Out Wednesday

Way Out Wednesday: “Zombies from the Beyond”

Tony Redman showcases this crazy and charming Off-Broadway musical from 1996, "Zombies from the Beyond," in this installment of "Way Out...

Contests, Television, TV on DVD

Popdose Contest: Win “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXIII” on DVD!

Popdose and Shout! Factory are giving you a chance to win the newest MST3K DVD box set!...

Music, Way Out Wednesday

Way Out Wednesday: The Rocking Horse Orchestra and Chorus – “Sesame Street, Rubber Duckie and Other Favorites”

Why is this crudely drawn duck inflating his head with a tire pump? He's celebrating the return of "Way Out Wednesday"!...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXIII”

What do secret agents, Fu Manchu, Star Trek parodies and lemurs have in common? They're all part of the DVD box set "Mystery Science...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Music, Way Out Wednesday

Listening To Records With Tony And Dw: Batman, “Stacked Cards”

Way Out Wednesday returns with Tony Redman bringing Dw. Dunphy in for Listening To Records!...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXII”

Japanese man-monkeys, brute men, and girl gangs abound on the Satellite of Love as Tony Redman reviews "Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol....

DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “Forever Plaid: The Movie”

Can a male harmony group that was snuffed out mid-coda come back to Earth and make the jump to movies?...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Mystery Science Theater 3000 Presents ‘”Manos” the Hands of Fate'”

Tony Redman reviews the latest Mystery Science Theater 3000 release: "Manos" the Hands of Fate!...

Music, News

See OK Go Cover “Theme from ‘The Muppet Show'” — with the Muppets

As your “Hey, look! Muppets!!” correspondent, I thought I’d mention that OK Go premiered a video for their version of the...

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Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “MST3K Vs. Gamera: Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXI”

Tony Redman reviews the latest Mystery Science Theater 3000 box set, with all five Gamera the flying turtle episodes!...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “Trailers from Hell, Vol. 2”

Joe Dante, Guillermo Del Toro, Roger Corman and more share some of their favorite movie trailers in "Trailers from Hell, Vol. 2," and Tony...

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Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: A Double Dose of “Mystery Science Theater 3000” (“Hamlet” and “Gunslinger”)

Tony Redman reviews the latest releases from Shout! Factory's Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection: "Hamlet" and "Gunslinger."...

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Music, Popdose, The Weekly Mixtape

Way Out Wednesday Mixtape Special: Do I Have to Spell It Out?

Way Out Wednesday returns for a spell with a mixtape of songs commemorating the Scripps National Spelling Bee!...

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Music, Way Out Wednesday

Way Out Wednesday: The Ragtimers – “The Next Hundred Years”

What happens when you combine Dixieland music with popular songs from the '70s? You get "The Next Hundred Years" by the Ragtimers, this...