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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 (45 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: 4.6 (174 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 (217 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: 4.6 (23 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 (63 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 (39 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 (43 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 (56 votes)
Apr 24 2012
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Well, we found it. The Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny of horror films. Read that again. Reflect on it. Maybe discuss it with your local librarian, or, better yet, one of the pungent men who spends all day on a library computer glancing over his shoulder nervously as he “does internet...
Average: 4.2 (156 votes)
Apr 17 2012
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The Fish That Nearly Drowned is about a fish who [SPOILER ALERT] nearly drowns. Whoops, guess that spoiler alert should have come a bit earlier. Forget you saw it! The titular fish in question might actually drown! Because that is something that a fish can evidently do! But even...
Average: 4.2 (36 votes)
Apr 10 2012
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Mesa of Lost Women! Not to be confused with the Plateau of Misplaced Babes, the Bayou of Wandering Broads, or the Tundra of Girlfriends Who Keep Trying to Get You to Ask for Directions but You’re Simply Just Too Foolish and Proud. It’s packed with everything you want in a...
Average: 4.2 (129 votes)
Apr 3 2012
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It seems like everything is artisanal and hand-crafted these days. Pizza. Potato chips. Borax. And at RiffTrax, we refuse to miss an opportunity to hitch ourselves to a marketing trend as it nears the point of oversaturation and annoyance! Thus, we present RiffTrax Hand-Crafted Artisanal Shorts...
Average: 4.9 (16 votes)
Mar 27 2012
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When four hot air balloonists crash land on remote Frankenstein Island, one thing is certain: they have a dog named Melvin! That’s about all we were able to figure out regarding the plot of Frankenstein Island.  The rest is a glorious potpourri of insanity, including...
Average: 4.3 (166 votes)
Mar 20 2012
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Danger Keep Out! is not just the sign any Taco Bell that carries the new taco whose shell is made of a giant Dorito is legally required to display. It’s also the name of one of the finest Canadian safety epics ever produced. One day, Christine decides to explore the construction site...
Average: 4.6 (73 votes)
Mar 13 2012
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We know what you’re probably thinking. “Cooks AND chefs in a single film?? Sure, you might be able to pull it off if we were talking one or the other. Just cooks, or just chefs. And that’s still a big ‘might.’ But to bring both together in one short? WHEN DID...
Average: 4.5 (55 votes)
Mar 8 2012
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When a spaceship crash lands in a rural community, the locals flock to the scene. Well one local really, a kid who calls his former professor, who fields the call from his bed without a shirt on. Once he confirms that a UFO has actually been sighted on Earth, he springs into action, instructing his...
Average: 4.8 (15 votes)
Mar 6 2012
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Drinking problems! In real life? Devastating addictions that can ruin careers and tear marriages apart. Clumsily depicted onscreen in 70s educational shorts? Hilarious! Chuck is the oily star of Alcohol. Like Don Draper, he just needs a shot or two to take the edge off and close the deal....
Average: 4.1 (57 votes)
Mar 1 2012
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Why would you want to go outside and sail a toy boat when you could sit in a classroom and watch a film about other kids sailing a toy boat? The existence of Sailing a Toy Boat asserts that you wouldn’t, of course, you dolt. This short must have inspired lots of discussion questions...
Average: 4.3 (29 votes)
Feb 28 2012
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When word leaked that the final Twilight movie would be split into two parts, most people assumed that this was done by the studio as a cynical cash grab. Not so. The last chapter in the Twilight saga is so vast, so detailed, that it demanded the lush, panoramic two movie...
Average: 4.7 (286 votes)
Feb 23 2012
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Sometimes, we find something special. Something so strange, so distinct, and so wonderfully sad that by the time it ends we’re curled on the floor, guts cramped from laughing, clutching clumps of our own freshly-pulled hair as the keepers come to usher us back into our comfortable pens. ...
Average: 4.6 (87 votes)
Feb 16 2012
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For many of us, the last time we uttered the title “Planet of the Apes” was when we were angrily demanding from a teenage usher “I’ll ask you one more time: Are you going to give me a refund for Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes, or am I going to have to take...
Average: 4.2 (110 votes)
Feb 14 2012
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The Clean Club was created to teach kids about basic hygiene and washing habits, and it’s our dear hope that it will find new life as an instructional film shown at Comic-Con registration. It’s a horrific tale of children who have reached such hobo-in-a-ditch levels of filth...
Average: 4.5 (66 votes)
Feb 2 2012
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Running a Lemonade Stand is a childhood rite of passage, much like going off the high dive or finding a bloated corpse floating in the swimming pool right after you went off the high dive. Whipping up a bunch of artificially lemon flavored substance and selling it to neighborhood adults who would...
Average: 4.1 (39 votes)
Jan 31 2012
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