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Goodbye Sci-Fi

Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett reflect on MST3K's final broadcast.

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Now Available from RiffTrax…

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Just one letter away from being a Stephen King movie. Stream or download it here.

4 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. Your New Best Friend says:

    Holy sweet mother of pearl.

    I don’t normally read Comments on Rifftrax offerings, so this comment may have been made about a thousand other movies. But the original movie was an absolute romp, a great last hurrah for Lash LaRue and his magic bullwhip. It features gratuitous teenage nudity, nasty racists, hilarious evil Toltecs, and perhaps the best Enter-The-Hero line EVER, from Mr. LaRue to a Toltec Zombie: “FEEL MY WHIP, YOU SONOFABITCH!”

    So go for the RiffTrax. Make yourself happy. But get the original and watch it. Make yourself insanely happy.

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  2. Remmie Barrow says:

    Before this movie, I did not even know who Lash LaRue was…That’s the good thing about Rifftrax, you will learn something even if you did not know you wanted to.

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  3. Goshzilla says:

    Like how I learned about the Ice Cream Bunny. A whole major aspect of American holiday culture that I’d somehow missed for three decades. Thanks, RiffTrax! I wasn’t using my sanity that much anyway.

    http://31.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mef2gqqchC1rhd46ao3_400.gif

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  4. sirhamhat says:

    This is an amazing installment for RIFFTRAX. As already mentioned, the movie itself is an absolute hoot–and the riffs just added to the fun! A definite must have and here’s praying that the RIFFTRAX gang will also tackle Phil Smoot & Lash LaRue’s other opus: “Alien Outlaw”–which looks to be equally fun, great & awful!

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