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New Short from RiffTrax…

WizardsChallenge_Poster

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13 Replies to “New Short from RiffTrax…”

  1. Joel Lillo says:

    After they finish this, maybe they could do that last 2 1/2 episodes of “Radar Men from the Moon.” :-D

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  2. Ptomreeves says:

    The last 2 episodes of Radar Men would be an excellent idea! It would be a treat for the original fans of the show and give us some closer as well.

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  3. Remmie Barrow says:

    These shorts are very repetitive….I mean, these shorts are very repetitive…I mean, these shorts are very repetitive….I mean,………………etc.

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  4. Happenstance says:

    I love the fact that Vicki shows up only to be creeped up on by the butler and told to piss off, and is not seen again. Remember when she was a main character? I wonder if anyone’s told her about her brother getting married to the sidewalk yet. (She’ll play a part in the grand finale, but it won’t make any damn sense, I’m sure you’ll be surprised to learn.)

    And wow! The thirty-year-old man playing Robin, shortly after getting thrashed by one–one!–of the Wizard’s clumsy goons, gets his head caved in again while playing with a toy truck. Daaaayamn, boi wonder, your skull must have three hundred soft spots.

    But hey, look on the bright side–the Wizard has finally staggered out of that papier-mâché cave to pull such horrible world-shocking crimes as beating up an old man and pulling on Commissioner Gordon’s coat.

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  5. losingmydignity says:

    Has anyone noticed the cover art? The wizard’s challenge, huh. Things do not look good for a wired and bent over Batman.

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  6. snowdog says:

    Glad to see they edited the intro. Much better now.

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  7. goalieboy82 says:

    would love to see rifftax do these types of films:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK5Cxpjw1Ro
    and
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyYWOLgdbcE (part 1)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL84CKUOHj8 (part 2)
    the last one i saw in high school and let me tell you now, its BAD (not at bad as manos but its bad).

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  8. Numanoid says:

    A Robert Denby AND a Coily reference. Nice!

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  9. Darkknight says:

    Does anyone know offhand how many episodes there are to this serial? I’ve gotten them all so far and when they are all done I’d like to combine them onto a DVD or two, but I don’t know how much more of a wait there will be.

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  10. snowdog says:

    @9 There are 15 episodes total. We’re getting close!

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  11. Darkknight says:

    Thanks for the info! Close indeed!

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  12. Ann Omnibus says:

    Really don’t like having the intro animation pasted to the start of the episode. Cringe-worthy.

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  13. JeremyR says:

    Could have done without the graphic gay sex joke at the beginning. Not even trying to make it kid friendly anymore, I guess…

    And they need to get rid of the animated intro already. Ugh. Did they get Coleman Francis to script and direct it? Between that, the Sci-Fi era skits, and the MST3K movie, I have to wonder if his bunch just isn’t funny at anything other than riffing, and even their riffing is getting worse.

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