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We’re happy to present the first ever RiffTrax Christmas special! In the spirit of the season (that is, delusional hysteria and madness) we’ve dug up some hilariously bizarre holiday oddities! Join your hosts, Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett, as they: *Exchange gifts, with...
Average: 4.8 (22 votes)
Nov 15 2012
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You are of course familiar with the story of The Hare & The Tortoise. It is part of the grand tradition of children’s fables such as The Grapes & The Fox, The Cash & The Tango, and The Being Written Backwards and The Why Are These Things...
Average: 4.3 (19 votes)
Oct 30 2012
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Nightmare at Noon might sound like what happens a few hours after trying items from Taco Bell’s breakfast menu, but in fact it’s a movie! A totally 80s movie that reunites two stars from our VOD release Mutant: the terrifyingly-faced Wings Hauser and his gruff, permanently...
Average: 4.6 (134 votes)
Oct 23 2012
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When we last left him, things were looking up for John Tucker. He had landed a babe way out of his league. That geeky kid who was always bothering him had been gunned down. He owned the world’s most powerful glove, which he occasionally admired as it sat in a box in the back of his dirty Jeep...
Average: 4.5 (122 votes)
Oct 11 2012
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The Guy from Harlem is the first blaxploitation film we’ve ever riffed. Why? To quote the temperamental yet ultimately quite sensitive gangster Harry De Bauld, a character you will grow to love as much as we do - “well, it’s...it’s kinda personal.” Okay it...
Average: 4.8 (266 votes)
Oct 4 2012
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Just when things looked grimmest for Hollywood’s bottom line and executives started seriously considering adapting the origin stories of cereal mascots for the silver screen, along came The Hunger Games to save the day! Yes, The Hunger Games, the series that critics are...
Average: 4.3 (176 votes)
Sep 27 2012
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It's kind of tough for me to differentiate between movies and real life, but I'm pretty sure it's historical fact that the Nazis dug up the Ark of the Covenant, and when they opened it, their faces melted off (wow, Indiana Jones sure messed up not letting it get to Hitler – nice...
Average: 3 (66 votes)
Sep 13 2012
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Featuring half-man/half-jaw actor Miguel Fuentes, a.k.a. the Aztec from The Pumaman!There are lots of theories about why ships disappear in the Bermuda Triangle. Some blame magnetic anomalies affecting navigation. Some cite alien abduction. Others point out that it’s actually just a...
Average: 4.4 (173 votes)
Sep 6 2012
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You expect a movie called The Revenge of Doctor X to have two things: a character named Dr. X and said character enacting some sort of revenge. Were it to lack a Dr. X, you might assume this was a careless oversight. Were it to lack revenge, you might be slightly upset, but perhaps hopeful...
Average: 4.1 (110 votes)
Aug 21 2012
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One of the first Mexican wrestling movies to be titled by an excitable 5 year old boy using a box of magnetic poetry, Neutron the Atomic Superman vs. the Death Robots is not to be missed. The sport of Lucha Libre was once so popular in Mexico it spawned the genre of Luchador films, in...
Average: 4.3 (115 votes)
Aug 7 2012
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You’re casting the lead in an action movie. No, we don’t care if you’re reading this on the can, we’re making this decision now. Well, we just picked you OK? Look, we know you’re still on the other side of the stall door, we can hear you breathing.Anyways, what...
Average: 4.6 (169 votes)
Jul 27 2012
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Is there life after death? That's what sexy, sexy, sexy med students Nelson, Rachel, Joe, David and Randy* want to know. Through a series of medical experiments, they put each other under to see what's out there—and what follows them back. A growling Keifer Sutherland, permy Julia...
Average: 3.9 (32 votes)
Jul 19 2012
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Love That Car! is a short about automobile safety narrated in the style of the “nnnnnYEEES?” clerk guy you’ll recognize from the Flintstones and the Simpsons. That sentence should really be all the convincing anyone needs to check this out immediately. Young women, Boy...
Average: 4.4 (51 votes)
Jul 17 2012
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When a group of sexy ladies shows up to take sexy pictures in a sexy castle that once belonged to a sexy executioner who may or may not be the reincarnation of the sexy Marquis de Sade, one thing is for sure: we just used the word ‘sexy’ seven times in one sentence (including the...
Average: 4 (130 votes)
Jul 13 2012
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Our new short Joy Ride feels like beloved movie Dazed and Confused, but shortened dramatically, focusing on the minor characters, with less emphasis on keg parties up at the Moontower and more on the tragic consequences of reckless behavior. In short, it’s the perfect film!When...
Average: 4.4 (37 votes)
Jul 6 2012
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Say hello to Brainiac, one of the finest movie monsters we’ve ever had the pleasure to know! Sure, he looks like the Troll dolls’ creepy uncle who’s no longer invited to family gatherings. Sure, his mask seems to have been hastily assembled out of found garbage and shower...
Average: 4.3 (134 votes)
Jul 2 2012
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Like Tarzan of the Jungle and Nanook of the North before him, Jimmy of the Safety Patrol heroically swings from vines of proper bus etiquette and drives a sled of huskies that look both ways at pedestrian crosswalks (we’re not exactly sure what Nanook of the North did, we’ve...
Average: 4.5 (44 votes)
Jun 30 2012
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When you look back at your formative education years, there are a few flashbulb memories when even as a young child, you realized that the educational system was truly doing its job. The first time you could recite your multiplication tables. The day you learned how to spell Mississippi. And of...
Average: 4.3 (21 votes)
Jun 15 2012
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When a local TV host gets into a car accident with an electrician, she didn’t count on one thing: that he would be the two time state champion who had also defended the interstate trophy in the ancient art of Kendo Swords. Because honestly, why would you count on that? It’s patently...
Average: 4.5 (173 votes)
May 22 2012
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Not so much the X-Men kind of mutant, and not so much the Teenage Ninja Turtle kind of mutant, Mutant is all about that most iconic form of mutant: the one that seems a lot like a zombie. Yes, when you see hordes of zombies chasing the citizens of this sleepy Southern town, you might be...
Average: 4.6 (214 votes)
May 8 2012
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If you’re into cheesy stop-motion dragons, leprechauns in bottles, drunk Vikings, and Giants-Who-Need-Killing, then Jack the Giant Killer is for you! Actually that’s an odd set of things to be into, hypothetical person reading this, and frankly it’s about time...
Average: 4.5 (18 votes)
May 1 2012
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If you’re into cheesy stop-motion dragons, leprechauns in bottles, drunk Vikings, and Giants-Who-Need-Killing, then Jack the Giant Killer is for you! Actually that’s an odd set of things to be into, hypothetical person reading this, and frankly it’s about time you let us...
Average: 4.7 (61 votes)
May 1 2012
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Dinosaurs! They were fearsome! They were hulking! They were evidently quite poorly drawn! Yes, dinosaurs once ruled the earth, and if you need any information about them, you are welcome to consult the hundreds, if not tens of thousands of movies, tv shows and books on the subject. Should any of...
Average: 4.2 (38 votes)
May 3 2012
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Not to be confused with the equally-pathetic Superman villain Toyman, The Toymaker is a strange Scandinavian man who makes toys for all the children in his village. Well, presumably. He doesn’t actually make any toys in this short, and there’s no village, but he DOES pit two of...
Average: 4.4 (42 votes)
Apr 25 2012
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Nutrition: The All-American Meal exists primarily as a guide to the wide and varied world of 70s hideousness. Throughout, a seemingly endless parade of unfortunate choices marches in front of the camera to lecture us about the “All-American Meal” of a hamburger, fries and a...
Average: 4.5 (55 votes)
Apr 24 2012
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