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The year was 1980 and one trend was sweeping America! No, not that animated dancing cat from the Paula Abdul video. We admire you thinking outside the box, but jeez, you were off by like nine years. Reign it in a bit. We were talking about the nationwide fad of really crappy musicals! Yes, 1980...
Average: 4.5 (140 votes)
Apr 16 2013
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The Day I Died is a fun, groovy, totally 70s take on the tragic consequences of teenage drunk driving. Plus there’s a great Sixth Sense-type twist at the end where you find out that the young narrator was actually dead THE WHOLE TIM--what’s that you say? Narrator tells...
Average: 3.9 (38 votes)
Apr 12 2013
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Jack is a youngster who has trouble respecting The Other Fellow’s Feelings. One day, the other fellow brings in a new bottle of perfume to show off to the ladies, and Jack bumps into the other fellow, knocking the perfume to the ground and breaking the bottle. After that, Jack...
Average: 4.4 (19 votes)
Apr 10 2013
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Evel Knievel was a 70s icon most known for the “stunt” of flying across the country to beat his former promoter, an executive at 20th Century Fox, outside the studio commissary with an aluminum baseball bat, shattering the man’s arm while shouting “I’m going to kill...
Average: 4.5 (123 votes)
Apr 5 2013
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The Deadly Mantis showed us that the life of a palaeontologist is one of intrigue, romance, and unstoppable monsters. Horror Express does nothing to dispel this notion, so that presumably means it can only be true. Here, Christopher Lee plays Professor Alexander Saxton...
Average: 3.6 (50 votes)
Mar 28 2013
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ATTENTION, WHOVIANS! (For the uninitiated, that is not something Jay-Z yells at the beginning of a song, it’s a name for Doctor Who fans) Before Matt Smith, before David Tennant, before Christopher Eccleston, before even the scarf and afro guy, there was Peter Cushing. Well, not before,...
Average: 4.4 (142 votes)
May 23 2013
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Breaker breaker good buddy! We got a bear in the air on 95 going north, a bear in the grass on route 50, with Brother and Sister Berenstain Bear running a checkpoint for icons in the bear community over by the bear shop, so buckle your bearbelt, step on the bear pedal and get ready to haul some...
Average: 4.2 (114 votes)
Mar 21 2013
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“You see, son, sometimes, when a shirtless teenage werewolf and a newborn love each other, very, very much...” Baby girlfriends! International squads of vampires with a host of mutant superpowers that should be blood in the water to Marvel’s legal department! A final, epic...
Average: 4.6 (130 votes)
Mar 14 2013
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Kevin is the new kid in class, and he’s got typical teenage problems. His mom obsessively hoards coffee pots and his dad has an insane inability to live without garlic salt. Oh, and he’s haunted by the ghost of a fellow student who died horribly in a bus accident last year. Rather than...
Average: 4.5 (42 votes)
Mar 5 2013
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Ten Long Minutes is the harrowing tale of one young man’s attempt to download a grainy .jpg of Alyssa Milano via CompuServe in 1996 before his parents -- wait, sorry, wrong story...just forget you ever read that. Ten Long Minutes starts off like a classic grisly safety short...
Average: 4.4 (47 votes)
Feb 28 2013
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Vanilla Ice’s album To The Extreme sold fifteen million copies. It is important to keep this in mind while you watch Cool As Ice, because at some point in time, you will inevitably shriek at the TV, “Who thought this was a good idea? How did this happen? Are they...
Average: 4.7 (227 votes)
Feb 19 2013
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Our short Safety With Animals features more hilarious child endangerment than the inevitable FOX series Celebrity Child Boxing! The short teaches kids important skills, like, which wild snakes you should pick up - they claim the answer isn’t “none of them.” In...
Average: 4.7 (44 votes)
Feb 12 2013
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Contains scenes of nudity. (Fortunately, not Charles Durning.)       The sequel is coming from inside the house! That’s right, one of the tiredest pop culture tropes of all time finally gets a sequel! And you’ll never believe where the...
Average: 4.4 (108 votes)
Feb 7 2013
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Live and Learn has an important safety message for kids, namely “Hey kids, here’s a bunch of ideas for cool stuff that would be super fun to do! Now don’t do any of the stuff, and how dare you even think about it, and certainly don’t consider litigation against the...
Average: 4.7 (30 votes)
Feb 5 2013
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RiffTrax Live: Birdemic is now available as a VOD! Relive what critics are calling “Definitely one of the top two RiffTrax Live events of 2012!” If you loved the live show the first time you saw it or missed it because you were too busy hanging out, hanging out with your family...
Average: 4.8 (195 votes)
Jan 31 2013
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A short in the classic 1950s tradition of “let’s talk about a thing that’s terrible without REALLY talking about a thing that’s terrible,” Say No To Strangers presents a world that’s mostly sunshine, friendly policemen, and hopscotch...but also the...
Average: 4.5 (35 votes)
Jan 29 2013
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WARNING! Contains naughty language and Christopher Walken impressions!  Let’s get this out of the way: Yes, this movie is called McBain. No, it has nothing to do with what you’re thinking: it’s not a biopic of Diane McBain, star of the 1960 TV series...
Average: 4.2 (123 votes)
Jan 25 2013
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Earth’s Mightiest Generators of Studio Cashflow, Assemble! These heavy-hitting Marvel heroes (and also some bow and arrow guy) are finally together in one place, thanks to Samuel L. Jackson’s commitment to hanging out after the credits in their movies. Enjoy the fruits of his passive-...
Average: 4.1 (162 votes)
Dec 27 2012
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Now available on DVD! Ah, Christmas. That magical time of year when Santa travels all over the universe by means of the fifth dimension, (which his close friend Merlin invented in a floating space castle), delivering toys that were made by a skunk in a factory overseen by a wolf in a village whose...
Average: 4.6 (142 votes)
Dec 21 2012
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Another vintage 70s short in the “stuff your parents should really have already taught you at home” series (see The Calendar: How to Use It for further knowledge), Tic Toc Time Clock makes learning about time fun! Well, not so much “fun” as garish, frantic...
Average: 4.1 (38 votes)
Dec 11 2012
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Choking: To Save a Life is merely one chapter in the wildly popular Choking series. It came hot on the heels of the legendary Choking: To Get Out of A ‘Couples’ Baby Shower and the controversial Choking: Your Tax Guy To Get Him To Approve Your Super Bowl Tickets As A Write Off...
Average: 4.6 (32 votes)
Dec 7 2012
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A new collection of shorts, newly available on DVD*! See! two young boys descend into madness at their local library! Shriek! as you encounter the menace of Fad Diets! Learn! the three magic words to use when selecting pork! Wonder! why anyone would possibly need to make a short film about that!...
Average: 4.8 (9 votes)
Dec 5 2012
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Despite the title, our new short is NOT about popping Percocets, though there’s a good chance the people who filmed it were doing just that. Perc! Pop! Sprinkle! Such a mysterious title. What does it mean? Does it mean anything? It probably doesn’t mean anything, right? Who...
Average: 4.4 (40 votes)
Nov 29 2012
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Get That Job is an instructional film that teaches adults all the secret tips for landing a high paying job. First and foremost, if a potential employer asks if you actually needed to watch a film called Get That Job in order to learn how to get a job, strongly deny having ever...
Average: 4.6 (41 votes)
Nov 28 2012
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Capitalizing on the widely-publicized series of unsolved murders that occurred at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas in the late 1970s*, Tourist Trap is a slasher film with all the classic elements. It’s got a big beefy killer in overalls and a mask, portrayed by Chuck Connors, known...
Average: 4.3 (142 votes)
Nov 21 2012
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