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Now Available from RiffTrax…

Yep. Before there was Kill and Kill Again…yada yada. Get it here.

6 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. jay says:

    This promo begs the question how does one create a marshall artist, let alone an army of marshall artists, in a timely fashion? It just won’t work if, by the time the last ones comes out of the oven, the first batch is past their best before date.

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  2. jay says:

    Please exchange the word “martial” for ”marshall” in the above post. DOH!!

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  3. Sitting Duck says:

    A lot of members of the Single Digits Club acted in this film, with many of them having it as their sole movie credit. Lead actor James Ryan was MacPhearson in Space Mutiny (IIRC that was the nerdy-looking guy who was subjected to the first rail killing in that film). Also our old friend Edward Montaro (formerly of FVI) is listed as executive producer.

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  4. Mibbitmaker says:

    “Why did we riff them out of order?”
    Let’s ask Mr. Ator from MST3K….

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  5. privateiron says:

    No. James Ryan was the mutinous engineer that our heroes valiantly burned alive in a trench.

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  6. privateiron says:

    I also recognized some of the locations for “Laser Mission.”

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