Please enjoy our new RiffTrax Animated Intro - the theme song is written and performed by Jonathan Coulton, and the animation is by Harry Partridge. Files include versions for legacy devices and HDTVs!
Average: 4.6 (9 votes)
Aug 14 2014
After the shocking, pulse-pounding ending of Episode 11: Robin’s Ruse (rhymes with caboose), many Batman fans were left wondering how will they top that?! Will there be an episode where Batman debates between a name brand and store brand pancake mix? Will Gabe be forced to wait in...
Average: 5 (7 votes)
Aug 12 2014
Beast of the Yellow Night! No, it’s not a cleverly-named Simpsons Treehouse of Horror segment, it’s a movie! A movie about a man named Langdon and his deal with the devil. Langdon’s deal doesn’t involve a fiddle made of gold, it’s more about turning into a...
Average: 4.3 (16 votes)
Aug 8 2014
Was there ever a more seminal film than Scared to Death? You heard me, seminal. It's a word.  Look it up, it's not what you think. By kicking off with a body in a mortuary narrating the story, this classy horror­mystery served as the blueprint for Sunset...
Average: 4.7 (9 votes)
Aug 4 2014
Many have forgotten (or choose to forget) the Santa/Martian wars of 1964: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians bravely attempts to set the record straight. Martian parents Kimar and Momar become concerned that their children Bomar and Girmar (are you picking up the “mar” theme?...
Average: 5 (26 votes)
Aug 1 2014
Willy Whistle! Yes, he looks like the Bill from that School House Rock cartoon’s less successful brother, but he’s so much more than that. He’s an anthropomorphic flying whistle who lives in a cop’s whiskers, and pops out to tell kids what to do, overcoming the...
Average: 4.7 (17 votes)
Jul 24 2014
Slumber parties! What could be more terrifying?? Thrill as a rented movie is watched! Chill as a boy someone likes is called and hung up on!! Squirm as ice cream is devoured directly from the container!!! OK, maybe slumber parties are not actually that terrifying. The one featured in The Last...
Average: 4.8 (60 votes)
Jul 18 2014
On a “People We’d Prefer To Only Encounter Once In Our Lifetime”, most of us would rank the guy who twirls the sign advertising Little Caesar’s $5 Hot ‘n Readys, Hitler (after travelling through time to shoot him), and Hootie And The Blowfish drummer Jim Sonefeld*...
Average: 4.8 (10 votes)
Jul 7 2014
The "educational films" made by the lunatics at ACI Films have covered some dubious subjects: County fairs. "Doing words." And of course, making terrible crafts out of garbage. But still, we held out the faintest hope that when they tackled a legitimate subject like ‘...
Average: 4.5 (15 votes)
Jun 30 2014
Yambaó! No, it’s not a dopey social media app you’d never heard of until it was purchased by Google for billions of dollars. Nor is it a miracle cleaning solution sold in 90s infomercials for only $19.99, including a bonus travel-sized tube of Yambaó. Yambaó, quite simply, is ...
Average: 4.3 (27 votes)
Jun 27 2014
If you’ve been watching the Batman serials up to this point, you know to expect disappointment with regard to the actions described in the title actually appearing in the serial. For example, Robin's Wild Ride did not contain a Robin partaking in a wild ride. Robin did not meet...
Average: 4.7 (24 votes)
Jun 24 2014
The cheesy 1962 fantasy epic Jack the Giant Killer is back, in newly recorded studio form! This one’s got it all: stop motion dragons, a leprechaun who lives in a bottle, a Viking who turns into a dog… it’s like if your hyper little brother wrote and directed Game of...
Average: 4.2 (32 votes)
Jun 20 2014
Sure, short films about janitors and toilets are great. Everyone agrees on that. Literally everyone. But if there’s one thing most of these films lack, it’s a meditative, philosophical approach to the subject matter. “Tell me something I DON’T know,” you’re...
Average: 4.5 (20 votes)
Jun 13 2014
Complete these lyrics: Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na… Batman? No, we’re sorry, those were the “na na na nas” from “Here Comes The Hotstepper” by Ini Kamoze.* Even though you failed the quiz, we’re still going to let you watch the tenth...
Average: 4.9 (16 votes)
Jun 9 2014
We’ve seen so many big screen weddings that they’ve begun to feel a touch cliched. Yes yes, the handsome husband sweeps the beautiful bride off her feet. Blah blah, he carries her over the threshold. Yada yada yada, he takes her down to the basement to meet the gorilla named Spanky that...
Average: 4.6 (39 votes)
Jun 6 2014
Fashion Horizons! No, it’s not a plus-size clothing store at the mall. It’s a little slice of history, a travelogue from back when commercial airliners were new and shiny and filled with traveling model/actresses, apparently. The short is also historic because it features all...
Average: 4.7 (23 votes)
Jun 2 2014
Riding the tail end of the great Swamp Boy movie craze of the early 70s (see: Columbo the Swamp Boy, McCloud the Swamp Boy, Maude the Swamp Boy) Zindy the Swamp Boy effectively ended the genre. And for good reason: it violated one of the sacred tenets of the swamp boy genre: do not cast...
Average: 4.3 (35 votes)
May 30 2014
The cavalcade of madness that is the At Your Fingertips series marches on. In this installment: Cylinders! Turns out the tubes on the inside of paper towels and TP that you throw into the garbage without a second thought can be used to make art! Well, not so much art as stuff. OK...
Average: 4.7 (20 votes)
May 19 2014
Visit the scenic City of the Dead! Just up the road from the Village of the Damned and a hop, skip and a jump away from the Municipality of the Mildly Bloated. This is vintage horror stuff. A sleepy northeastern town, still under the shadow of the witchcraft trials it once held, a town...
Average: 4.6 (47 votes)
May 16 2014
Writing Better Social Letters! The much lighter follow-up to Coronet’s disastrous Writing Better SOCIALIST Letters, which led to half the company being blacklisted and drummed out of the film business in the 1950s. It’s about a young man with a real passion for...
Average: 4.7 (27 votes)
May 9 2014
Also available to Download / Stream as RiffTrax on Demand   Master-approved, and now avaiable on DVD! Ever since RiffTrax Live: “Manos” the Hands of Fate aired in theaters nationwide, people have been asking us when it will be available for home viewing....
Average: 5 (23 votes)
May 6 2014
When a dollmaker’s wife leaves him, which of the following does he do? A) Reflects inward on his failed marriage, seizes the opportunity for self-improvement, starts working out, embraces meditation, and emerges a better man. B) Starts putting away a twelve pack before noon every day, eating...
Average: 4.6 (59 votes)
May 1 2014
Health: Your Posture tells the tale of Adrilene, a young girl with a serious problem: her parents named her Adrilene. Tragically, her nightmare doesn’t end there, she also has to deal with a condescending educational short telling her she doesn’t stand right. Then, even her...
Average: 4.5 (21 votes)
Apr 29 2014
A game of Russian roulette at a sorority initiation goes tragically awry: one of the guns does not kill the pledge! The other one does. We gather that was supposed to happen. Sisters of Death; it’s right there in the sorority name after all. What were you expecting, a pimp and ho...
Average: 4.7 (59 votes)
Apr 25 2014
Nobody’s more qualified to tell people How to Keep a Job than Coronet Films, the company that managed to sleepwalk its way through making 99% of all educational shorts ever produced. How to EXCEL at a job? Not their thing. How to IMPROVE at your job? No dice. But How to Keep a...
Average: 4.4 (33 votes)
Apr 22 2014
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