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Oh, you like reading, do you? You like reading just the way it is now, you say? Well tough, because here’s how reading is gonna be FROM NOW ON. From now on, reading will only be done upside-down, see? And someone’s gonna drip flat Pepsi into your nose while you read, you get me? And we...
Average: 3.8 (35 votes)
Jan 3 2012
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  The comedy event of 2009 comes to Blu-ray! The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 meet the worst movie of all time to bring you RiffTrax Live. Join Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett live and onstage at the historic Belcourt Theater in Nashville as they riff along...
Average: 4.6 (20 votes)
Dec 15 2011
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The English—inventors of the internet and the language you're reading right now. But what have they ever done for us? Well, stretching a point, there's the famous English detective Sherlock Holmes (who was created by a Scotsman, but what the hell). Holmes has been depicted onscreen...
Average: 3.6 (56 votes)
Dec 13 2011
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What child wouldn’t want a wild crow as a pet?...is a question you might sincerely ask if you had never encountered children or crows before. Crows, the repulsive, squawking harpies of the suburban skyline! Crows, the chosen pet of that drunken buffoon Uncle Billy in It’s A...
Average: 4.1 (30 votes)
Dec 7 2011
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Hey, you know what happens if you hit play on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon and Transformers: Dark of the Moon at the same time? We tried it, turns out they don’t sync at all and the Pink Floyd album will immediately set itself on fire in protest (who knew mp3s...
Average: 4.3 (123 votes)
Nov 29 2011
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DO YOU LIKE THE ROOM, BIRDEMIC AND SANTA & THE ICE CREAM BUNNY? IF SO, STOP READING AND BUY THIS RIGHT NOW When you really stop and think about it, there are two kinds of movies: movies where rugged men punch mountain lions, and movies where this sadly does not happen...
Average: 4.5 (219 votes)
Nov 22 2011
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There’s an old saying that goes “Behind every successful movie, there’s a horrible Italian rip-off of it that uses three seconds of endless looped drumbeats as its soundtrack.” Never has this reliable chestnut been more true than in the case of Warriors of the Wasteland...
Average: 4.4 (144 votes)
Nov 15 2011
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Every community needs a Broken Bookshop. You’ll find it in town square, over by the Moth-Ridden Mattress Hut, just around the corner from Shaky Sam’s Shattered Stemware Emporium. Because it’s not enough to buy a used book, what you really want is a book that’s been...
Average: 4.2 (36 votes)
Nov 11 2011
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There’s no two ways about it, Let’s Pretend: Magic Sneakers is a gleeful, brightly-colored, downright whimsical piece of insane evil. A young boy, grime-encrusted as a train hobo, has seemingly been left to fend for himself in a glum warehouse district. He plays with the...
Average: 4 (49 votes)
Nov 8 2011
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What Makes Things Float?” It’s no longer just something for your stoned roommate to mumble before he spreads Nutella on a Chipwich. It’s also an educational short which features two boys who just want to get some damn fishing done but are instead incessantly...
Average: 4.5 (40 votes)
Oct 28 2011
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For decades, the phrase “I’m looking for a job in cosmetology” has been a great, positive way to let your girlfriend know it’s probably in her best interests to seek a more compatible mate. Cosmetology is a profession traditionally filled with glamour, cutting-edge chic, and...
Average: 4.4 (44 votes)
Oct 25 2011
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Everyone knows Hercules (or Heracles, if you’re really fun to talk to at parties), the mighty Greek whose heroic exploits included cleaning up tons of horse crap. But not everyone knows his sons, who for some reason went by the name The Sons of Hercules! Yes, The Sons of Hercules, whose...
Average: 4.3 (99 votes)
Nov 1 2011
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was released at an important moment in film history -- namely, the last moment when actor Rupert Grint (aka, Ron Weasley) could say “I will definitely be in two more films.” There is a version of this movie that’s about a prince who...
Average: 4.5 (166 votes)
Oct 18 2011
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Meet The Sentencesmith! Some say this wacky old gent has a way with words! Good thing, since he lives on the Island of Grammaria, where he runs a workshop teaching all the little boys and girls the rules of...Say, is that a monkey over there in the corner of the workshop? It is! Boy, this...
Average: 4.7 (74 votes)
Oct 11 2011
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Sure, sure, we know what you’re thinking. “Laser Mission? What kind of a thing is that to make a movie about? Everybody’s been on a laser mission, heck I did three-and-a-half laser missions on my way to pick up some eggs this morning.” Just trust us when we tell you...
Average: 4.5 (177 votes)
Oct 4 2011
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Thor is the rare superhero movie that raises important questions. Namely, the important question “If Thor was considered the good superhero movie of 2011, just exactly how wretched must Green Lantern have been?” Yes, Thor, for all its...
Average: 4.3 (172 votes)
Sep 27 2011
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It's true that the educational shorts we dig up have been described as “less educational than an episode of The Jersey Shore” in a review from Bizarrely Contrived Comparison magazine. Shown in classrooms, they formed young minds, in the sense that stomping a jar of wet clay flat is...
Average: 4.4 (25 votes)
Sep 23 2011
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A discussion of great, important series would be incomplete without mention of Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, Twin Peaks, and, of course, the “Boy of” shorts. We’ve previously presented A Boy of Mexico: Juan and His Donkey, and our new installment doesn’t disappoint in...
Average: 4.3 (23 votes)
Sep 20 2011
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Do you ever get scared? Do you ever get the creeps? More importantly, are both of these questions wildly inappropriate for an educational short to pose to a bunch of nine year olds? Of course they are, yet The Creeps Machine soldiers on with whatever its mission might be. In theory, it...
Average: 4.6 (79 votes)
Sep 16 2011
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Many of the educational shorts we riff seem to have been designed not to teach children, but instead to confuse them into a state of dizzy, nauseous acceptance. Most try to hide this deception with an authoritative narrator, some pretense of structure, or official-sounding “key terms...
Average: 4.3 (52 votes)
Sep 13 2011
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Setting Up a Room is about two women setting up a kindergarten classroom. It lasts for 27 minutes. To attempt to explain anything more about it would be an act of futility. It is one of the most baffling pieces we’ve ever encountered here at RiffTrax. It may not be for everyone....
Average: 4.6 (161 votes)
Sep 9 2011
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When you see the title of our new short, Feelings: I’m Feeling Alone, you might think to yourself “Alone? That’s gotta be the saddest thing you could put after the words ‘I’m Feeling’ in an educational short meant for small children.” Not so!...
Average: 4.3 (49 votes)
Sep 6 2011
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Abraxas: Guardian of the Universe follows the heroic exploits of a galactic defender, played by Jesse Ventura, who comes to Earth to--wait, wait, that can’t be right. Jesse Ventura? The washed-up 80s wrestler known primarily for his feather boas and conspiracy theories? No, no way....
Average: 4.5 (170 votes)
Aug 30 2011
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It’s summer vacation! School’s out and you have all the time in the world to hang with your best bud and...ponder the meaning of nothingness? In What is Nothing? we join two youngsters who, as all rascals do, sit around and contemplate the void. Whether they’re...
Average: 4.7 (114 votes)
Aug 26 2011
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We Discover the Dictionary weaves the enchanting tale of three grade school children who discover the dictionary for the first time. And that’s all well and good: they use it to write a thank you note to a police officer who must have lost a bet or something, because he had to come...
Average: 4.5 (43 votes)
Aug 23 2011
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