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Watch: “Thriller Science Theater 3000” parody brings laughter to check ski packs

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Mystery Ranch began filming its “Theater” series last year. Now the first episode has appeared, which offers informative product overviews, tests feedback on the packs and brings out a few laughs – in the style of ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’.

It might not be intuitive, but the Mystery Ranch packaging brand is a master when it comes to screen theater. The brand has launched its “Theater” series where its ambassadors ponder how to review and test packs that are full of humorous comments.

And it’s hard to notice that the format of the series is straight from “Mystery Science Theater 3000. “We see what you did there, Mystery Ranch.

So the brand teased its first episode: “Outdoor ambassadors Eric Balken and Carston Oliver keep 2021 light and share some humor. You make the most of 2020 with local skiing in the backcountry. “

The Mystery Ranch ambassador duo comment, tease, and explain as they watch each other again in a dummy role. “Ski tours with spotlights in the light – classic,” jokes one ambassador. “Oh, that’s more realistic!” the other exclaims as the skiers on the screen are trapped in a huge grove of trees.

The first episode offers a sneak peek into the brand’s ski packs for fall 2021. But for the most part, it features humor, cracks, jokes, laughter and beeps. Find the complete 2021 pack of Mystery Ranch Here.

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Mary is based in GearJunkie’s Denver, CO office. She has degrees in English and Journalism and has been writing professionally for over four years. Her outdoor interests range from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to pack paddleboarding. If she’s not writing, you can most likely find her on top of a fourteenth or at a local bakery.

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