Today, we can officially announce that our official site is up and it is at amcpressco.com! Get ready to enjoy everything we have in store for all you viewers and followers. We’ll keep you up to date with everything with updates to our official website. You can find out more information at http://itsmyurls.com/amcpress.
AMCPress is proud to announce that we will be interviewing Aaron Ozee. Aaron is a young author. His works have been all self published. You can read more about Aaron Ozee on his website aaronozee.com to learn more about him before we interview him on December 5th at 11pm EST.
AMCPress wants to thank all those who have served in the military and those who continue to serve in the military. I as the founder of AMCPress wants to thank everyone for making the sacrificing their lives to go and serve our country. I grew up as a military brat since my grandparents served in World War II. My great grandparents also served in the military as well. My dad was in the Army and the Army National Guard. He taught me to be a strong woman.
On October 24th, I went to my local AMC Theatre (what used to be the Rave Motion Pictures 16) to check out the 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead…riffed by three of the guys from Mystery Science Theater 3000! Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy (Tom Servo), and Bill Corbett (Crow T. Robot) basically took the horror classic and made EVERYONE laugh so hard!
I walked into Theater #7 and already started laughing by some of the snippets I saw on the screen, like “Last minute Halloween Costume Idea: Dry Lint Toga.” When this started LIVE (Yes, this really was LIVE!) at 7pm, the three started off with a short of character Norman Krasner, who has a series of shorts where he really follows Murphy’s Law. Everything that can go wrong really does! Then, it was time for the real show…the riffing of the 1968 horror classic Night of the Living Dead. From the start everybody was tickled and flooring with laughter. The riff of the night: “I’m Helen Cooper.” And Johnny’s sister…oh, brother. When this version comes out on DVD, you can bet I’ll be getting it!
The NEXT Rifftrax comes on December 5th with one of the penultimate B-movie classics…Santa Claus Conquers the Martians! I hope they’ll do this one in Montgomery, too, because I really want to be there!
The following link will get you to see a sample of what they did in 2009 and you can get it downloaded for $3.99 (cheaper than most iTunes movies).