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The ending of Christopher Nolan’s Oscar-nominated Inception left audiences with several burning, thought-provoking questions, chief among them being “When did Tom Berenger become a giant piece of boiled meat?” The film does a lot to support Mr. Nolan’s title of...
Average: 4.3 (264 votes)
Feb 1 2011
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The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 are bringing rapid-fire, sarcastic justice to the educational shorts of yesteryear with Order in the Shorts! Join Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett for their signature brand of hilarious commentary on classics like Story of a Teenage...
Average: 3.9 (15 votes)
Jan 25 2011
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Roll out the barrels, hoist the steins and do whatever it is you do with Schweinsbraten: It's time for RiffTrax Shortstoberfest! All year long, we here at RiffTrax search high and low to uncover some of the strangest educational shorts from decades past. Then Mike, Kevin and Bill strap on their...
Average: 5 (5 votes)
Jan 25 2011
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Some people would say that good old-fashioned common courtesy is dead in modern times. And we here at RiffTrax think those ugly jerks should keep their crusty mouths closed if they know what’s good for ‘em! Oh, we’re kidding of course, but if you think we’d hold the elevator...
Average: 4.5 (80 votes)
Jan 18 2011
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If you have Daily Problems at your work, the humanitarians at Coronet Films are here to help you Handle them.  And assuming that most of your problems center around how ugly your 1970s co-workers are, this is just the film for you! We'll meet a nurse living out a real life Grey...
Average: 4.3 (44 votes)
Jan 11 2011
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Alfred Higgins Productions famously struck gold with their "demand for obedience masked as fun" short The Following Instructions Game. Flush with confidence and literally tens of dollars in money, the AHP crew tried to replicate their success with a pair of new "game" shorts:...
Average: 4.4 (49 votes)
Jan 4 2011
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Do you like Courtesy?  How about Egg Puns?  After a few drinks, have you been known to expound at length about how Sheldon, the egg with legs, was truly the unsung hero of the US Acres segments of the late 80's animated show "Garfield and Friends"? Yes?  You have? Then...
Average: 4.6 (89 votes)
Dec 28 2010
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When you ponder ideal Christmas entertainment for children, do you think of a centuries-old tradition of violent puppetry, complete with domestic abuse and offensive minstrel-themed puppets thrashing each other? Well, you’d better--what’s that? That IS what you think of? Exactly that?...
Average: 4.3 (61 votes)
Dec 17 2010
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Our latest short takes its name from a famous quote from The Gospel of Matthew.  Or maybe it was from the episode of Eek The Cat, "Eek vs the Flying Saucers."  What's important is that even though our newest short derives its title from one of these two important works, its...
Average: 4.3 (56 votes)
Dec 7 2010
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"Man's Greatest Achievement."  This was the entirety of the note we wrote down in the official RiffTrax screening room log book for Santa & the Ice Cream Bunny.   If "Man's Greatest Achievement" doesn't do it for you, then perhaps the actual...
Average: 4.8 (374 votes)
Dec 17 2010
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Every now and then a sequel comes along that is arguably superior to the original film. The Godfather II. The Empire Strikes Back. 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain. But the makers of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse cleverly avoided such comparisons by just making the exact same...
Average: 4.7 (369 votes)
Dec 3 2010
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Unless you regularly do mushrooms and go to Lady Gaga concerts with your good friend Crispin Glover, then watching Maniac is guaranteed to be the weirdest experience you have ever had. (Not since The Room has a film had such a deep impact on the staff of RiffTrax, so much so that the images in...
Average: 4.1 (19 votes)
Nov 24 2010
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The Calendar.  Whether you choose a Far Side page-a-day, an Anne Geddes year-of-horror or Twelve Months of Lifeguards that May Be Used as Flotation Devices, one thing is certain: none of us know how to use the damn things. Fortunately, five minutes before recording The Calendar: How to...
Average: 4.8 (176 votes)
Nov 23 2010
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A lot of bad things have come “from the mind of M. Night Shyamalan,” but we feel it’s safe to say that this one came straight from his colon. What is there to say about The Last Airbender that isn’t already said by its Rotten Tomatoes rating of 6%? A whole lot...
Average: 4.4 (345 votes)
Nov 16 2010
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Values: Understanding Ourselves is the tale of three small boys who find a rusty hubcap in an abandoned lot and take turns rubbing it and wishing for it to turn them into a fellow classmate.  "Stop right there", you are no doubt saying. "If Hollywood decides to revisit...
Average: 3.9 (49 votes)
Nov 9 2010
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When we first received Magical Disappearing Money we assumed it was an M.C. Hammer biopic. Fortunately, it turned out to be something even more pathetic and strange!  It’s the tale of a supermarket haunted by a witch, but not your standard-issue Hollywood witch. She’s more...
Average: 4.8 (163 votes)
Nov 2 2010
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Life in Australia can be extremely hazardous.  There's Tasmanian devil attacks, lethal doses of vegemite and large, bearded, drunken men.  And that's just in the Parliament building!* Once you head out into the bush - just allow that to sink in for a second - the dangers of a vest...
Average: 4.1 (79 votes)
Oct 26 2010
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In working on Monkey See, Monkey Do: Verbs, we came across a rare find: a behind-the-scenes audio recording from the making of the film! Before submitting the material to a museum, where it belongs, we've transcribed the conversation: Producer Norman Bean and Director of Photography,...
Average: 4.2 (59 votes)
Oct 19 2010
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You can't underestimate the importance of a good title.  What would "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" be if it were called "Some Stuff That Good People Do Good"?  Or if "Who Moved my Cheese" had been called "How is this bottle of EZ Cheez...
Average: 4 (59 votes)
Oct 15 2010
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RELEASE THE RIFFTRAX!!  Yes, all too often a movie is reduced to a silly one-liner, a ridiculous catchphrase.  This is a sad and unfair practice, demeaning to films with creative integrity and purpose.  Fortunately, Clash of the Titans has neither!  Upon viewing it,...
Average: 4.2 (185 votes)
Oct 22 2010
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Safe Living at School pulls no punches with its straightforward title:  This is a short which attempts to tell you how to make it through the school day unscathed.  Your elementary school is a virtual house of horrors, where an act as innocuous as opening a locker can result...
Average: 4.4 (53 votes)
Oct 12 2010
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Et Tu, 3-D? What was once a fairly harmless novelty now seems to have taken over multiplexes across the country. Flying houses, animated dragons, Ga’hool Owls and unleashed Krakens are spilling off the screen, fatiguing our eyes and migraining our headaches. Waaaay back in 1983, audiences...
Average: 3.9 (56 votes)
Oct 7 2010
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Listen up, pizza-faced creeps!  Until now, you’ve suffered shameful, wretched existences.  Cowering in dark cellars.  Adopting beekeeping as a hobby, just for the veil.  Wearing a drug store Ninja Turtle Halloween mask all year long, playing it off as an ironic affectation...
Average: 4.4 (48 votes)
Oct 5 2010
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When we're deciding what shorts to screen here at RiffTrax, there's a 27 step, bullet-pointed criteria we use.  Then we just pick the ones with the funniest title.  More often than not, this leads to disappointment.  It turns out that Why Do We Still Have Mountains* was...
Average: 4 (58 votes)
Sep 28 2010
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When police inspector Launchpad McQuack receives a phone call that Huey, Dewey and Louie have gone missing, his initial inclination was to suspect the Beagle Boys - a suspicion that his neighbor Donald Duck was only too happy to go along with.  But Donald seemed a little too ...
Average: 4.3 (46 votes)
Sep 21 2010
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