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Now Available from RiffTrax…

Get it here.

There was also a short released this week. Get it here.

6 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. Sitting Duck
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    The only person involved with an MST3K connection is David Carradine, the Dark One in Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II, who portrays Dad. Most of the cast are members of the Single Digits Club, with many listing this as their sole acting credit on IMDB.

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  2. privateiron
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    Rifftrax roll call: Subspecies 4 was surprisingly entertaining. Atomic Age Vampire was fairly dull. This one was moderately good, better than Omega Cop. Vacation Days was my least favorite of the 1940s teenager flicks, but still good.

    I would recommend Subspecies IV as the pick of the litter. If I was surfing through random channels late on a Friday night, I might actually watch part of it. And the MKB jokes have been gradually improving in general for most of this year.

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  3. Thad Boyd
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    Comic book writer Gail Simone wrote for this one (the riff, not the movie).

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  4. mst3kme
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    “Atomic Age Vampire” is riffed by those two British guys, for those people for whom it makes a difference.

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  5. mst3kme
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    The short “What is a Map” riffed by Mike, Kevin, and Bill is also available.

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  6. Yeti of Great Danger
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    Sitting Duck:
    The only person involved with an MST3K connection is David Carradine, the Dark One in Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II, who portrays Dad. Most of the cast are members of the Single Digits Club, with many listing this as their sole acting credit on IMDB.

    Love the riff from the trailer: “Ah, it’s true what they say: If your movie is bad enough, David Carradine will magically appear.”

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