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18 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. jay says:

    No thank you, please. I would prefer to think of Clint Howard as a sandwich toting cowboy/tranya drinking space alien. I hear tranya makes an excellent companion to a PB&J.

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  2. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    Is this their first slasher film?

       1 likes

  3. Mr. Krasker says:

    Sisters of Death, House on Sorority Row, Jack Frost, Fever Lake, The Last Slumber Party, Psycho II, Tourist Trap, When a Stranger Calls Back, and several others might be classified as slasher films, I’d think.

       12 likes

  4. majorjoe23 says:

    Plus the original Halloween.

       7 likes

  5. mst3kme says:

    For those people here (like me) who just got scared from that clip alone, here a dose of cuteness from Bill’s Twitter.

    Wendy and Rudy enjoying their own snacks. :-)

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DkxWwMUX4AE2P43?format=jpg

       3 likes

  6. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    Wow, I didn’t know they’d done all of those. Thanks.

       3 likes

  7. Still nowhere as creepy as he was on Star Trek. That still gives me nightmares whenever I see that episode

    (Also, House on Sorority Row is a genuinely good movie plus a good riff. They also did another slasher movie, Rock N Roll Nightmare that is kinda boring but has an interesting twist)

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  8. eegah says:

    Jeremy Zharkov:
    Still nowhere as creepy as he was on Star Trek. That still gives me nightmares whenever I see that episode

    (Also, House on Sorority Row is a genuinely good movie plus a good riff. They also did another slasher movie, Rock N Roll Nightmare that is kinda boring but has an interesting twist)

    “interesting”

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  9. mst3kme says:

    Touches:

    Here’s the list of Rifftrax.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_RiffTrax

    touches no one’s life, then leaves:
    Wow, I didn’t know they’d done all of those. Thanks.

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  10. mst3kme says:

    Mr. Krasker:

    I haven’t seen the first three films yet, but the others you listed, plus “Rock ‘N Roll Nightmare” and “Ghosthouse” are so dumb that they aren’t scary.

    Is “The Bermuda Triangle” considered a slasher movie? If so, that film would fall into that category, too.

    Mr. Krasker:
    Sisters of Death, House on Sorority Row, Jack Frost, Fever Lake, The Last Slumber Party, Psycho II, Tourist Trap, When a Stranger Calls Back, and several others might be classified as slasher films, I’d think.

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  11. privateiron says:

    I am not a fan of slasher movies or of Rifftrax doing slasher movies, but Sorority Row and Jack Frost were surprisingly entertaining. Sisters of Death is so weird, I am not sure I would call it a slasher. Rock n Roll Nightmare is hilarious. When a Stranger Calls Back is not a good movie or rifftrax, but the final reveal is up there with possibly the dumbest premises in cinematic history.

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  12. Mr. Krasker says:

    mst3kme:
    Mr. Krasker:

    I haven’t seen the first three films yet, but the others you listed, plus “Rock ‘N Roll Nightmare” and “Ghosthouse” are so dumb that they aren’t scary.

    Is “The Bermuda Triangle” considered a slasher movie? If so, that film would fall into that category, too.

    I don’t recall any mention of GOOD slasher movies!

    And Bermuda Triangle was definitely a snoozer for me.

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  13. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    mst3kme:
    Touches:

    Here’s the list of Rifftrax.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_RiffTrax

    Thanks. It’s just kind of overwhelming.

    ===

    “No, thanks, Leon.”

    “Ahh, Ann Landers SUCKS!”

    and other Clint-related lines that aren’t occurring to me at the moment

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  14. mst3kme says:

    Touches:

    Well, plunge into Rifftrax and enjoy!

    touches no one’s life, then leaves: Thanks. It’s just kind of overwhelming.

    ===

    “No, thanks, Leon.”

    “Ahh, Ann Landers SUCKS!”

    and other Clint-related lines that aren’t occurring to me at the moment

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  15. Johnny Drama:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGuQx9vTmiY&index=153&t=0s&list=PL-SrlLVgni3HSK2u02PbMQC1Evzo0MDrP
    Joe Bob Briggs beat ya’ll to this one:

    “…But THAT’S why we love it!”
    Yep, Joe Bob comes from that part of the audience where we actually like cheesy B-movies and try to give the strangest ones the benefit of the doubt going in. Until they mess it up badly, of course. :)

    and other Clint-related lines that aren’t occurring to me at the moment

    (Trace-Crow Clint Howard imitation: ) “Behhhnn! Behhhhhhnnn!”

    (Although I’m pretty sure that ref escaped the RT riffers this time around…)

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  16. Joseph Klemm says:

    Jeremy Zharkov:
    Still nowhere as creepy as he was on Star Trek. That still gives me nightmares whenever I see that episode

    Personally, after learning about his involvement in Star Trek, I can’t get through the show’s closing credits without having the urge to say, “Ben!”

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  17. GareChicago says:

    The Original EricJ:

    (Although I’m pretty sure that ref escaped the RT riffers this timearound…)

    Yeah, they’re nowhere near as witty and intelligent as y — oh screw it, just delete your damned account you f-ing bridge troll.

    Gare

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