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A New Short from RiffTrax…

Just when you thought RiffTrax was finished for the weekend. Get it here.

12 Replies to “A New Short from RiffTrax…”

  1. Sitting Duck says:

    I remember being shown this back in elementary school.

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  2. Ray Dunakin says:

    Wow. This really makes you think…about how much drugs the “filmmakers” were on when they came up with this.

       9 likes

  3. mst3kme says:

    This short sounds like it would be part of an interesting triple bill with “Ghost Rider” and “Rescueman.”

       4 likes

  4. Terry the Sensitive Knight says:

    The Magic Schoolbus was brought up on stalking charges…

       11 likes

  5. Lawgiver says:

    Terry the Sensitive Knight:
    The Magic Schoolbus was brought up on stalking charges…

    That was a great book series and tv show.

       3 likes

  6. jay says:

    I worked with a guy who spent part of his young life as the electronics (Radar) crewman on a B-52 bomber. They called them BUFFs (Big Ugly Fat, uhhh… Fellows). They did not paint smiles on them. He left the Air Force and got a degree in Electrical Engineering declaring more than once that he never wanted to smell the inside of a BUFF again. To the best of my knowledge one never followed him home from the base.

       7 likes

  7. Barry says:

    Bought this as part of the back to school sale along with some Bridget & Mary Jo shorts and was not disappointed. The dad is the star of the short.

       5 likes

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

    “The Big Yellow Fellow”

    My first reaction was something to the effect of, “Big Bird? They can’t riff Sesame Street material.”

    ;-)

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

    Ray Dunakin:
    Wow. This really makes you think…about how much drugs the “filmmakers” were on when they came up with this.

    Drugs are like THAT, too.

       4 likes

  10. Sitting Duck says:

    In case you haven’t seen it yet, Rifftrax Presents has a new title up called Werewolf in a Girls’ Dormitory.

    https://www.rifftrax.com/werewolf-in-a-girls-dormitory

    Though not part of any MST3K film, Carl Schell (Dr. Julian Olcott) is the older brother of Maximilian Schell, who was the title character in Hamlet. John Karlsen (Old Man) was Blossom the Butler in The Christmas That Almost Wasn’t. Composer Armando Trovajoli also composed the soundtrack for Hercules and the Captive Women. Assistant director Giovanni Fage was second assistant director for The Loves of Hercules.

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

    “Werewolf in a Girls Dormitory” was previously riffed by Incognito Cinema Warriors XP. The latter has also riffed “The Talking Car” which appeared at some Rifftrax live event or another. I think there have been other intersections of the two “shows,” too.

    Along with The Film Crew, Cinematic Titanic, and of course Rifftrax, Wikipedia describes it as “related” to MST3K (in the box at the bottom of the page).

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Incognito_Cinema_Warriors_XP_episodes

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  12. Sitting Duck says:

    touches no one’s life, then leaves:
    “Werewolf in a Girls Dormitory” was previously riffed by Incognito Cinema Warriors XP. The latter has also riffed “The Talking Car” which appeared at some Rifftrax live event or another.

    Talking Car was the opening short in the MST3K Reunion show.

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