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Now Available from RiffTrax…

Starring Kunta Kinte and a Lesser Baldwin. Get it here.

6 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. mst3kme
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    I’ve seen this film.

    LeVar Burton has a smaller role than was ever advertised.

    It’s a silly, fun sci-fi movie that’s surprising well acted, considering the limited budget and two plot twists you either go with or you don’t.

    Also, it was an unsold pilot so the ending is abrupt, as the story was to continue.

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  2. mst3kme
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    I meant I saw the film years ago.

    Bring back the edit button!

       6 likes

  3. Mibbitmaker
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    The story may not be complete, but I think I can complete the title…

    Yesterday’s Target… Is Today’s Walmart

    (no idea what that means, but it fits, I guess)

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  4. Sitting Duck
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    The motel manager was portrayed by Frank Birney, who was one of the reporters at the end of Parts: The Clonus Horror. Producer Albert T. Dickerson was first assistant director for Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II.

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  5. DiscoJer
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    Yesterday’s Target was Venture

    I don’t remember when they folded, but they were very Target like

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  6. Mr. E
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    DiscoJer:
    Yesterday’s Target was Venture

    I don’t remember when they folded, but they were very Target like

    Where I live, Yesterday’s Target was Ayr-Way…

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