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Now Available from RiffTrax…

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9 Replies to “Now Available from RiffTrax…”

  1. goalieboy82
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    only thing i can think of why Joe was in this was he drug problem then (and needed the money).

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  2. jay
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    The hallowed MST phrase could not be better applied than here:

    “THEY DIDN’T CARE. THEY JUST DIDN’T CARE!!”

       10 likes

  3. Yeti of Great Danger
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    I’m thinking Rifftrax found a bunch of Joe Estevez movies in a box at a yard sale.

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  4. goalieboy82
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    Yeti of Great Danger:
    I’m thinking Rifftrax found a bunch of Joe Estevez movies in a box at a yard sale.

    marked: watch at own risk, may cause dry mouth, headache, and blindness (and that is just a mild case)

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  5. Sitting Duck
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    Writer/Portrayer of Vinnie/Co-producer/Creature designer Mark Williams did makeup for Werewolf and The Brain, and was a pool player in the former. Joe Estevez (Winslow Cobblepott) was Joel in Werewolf and the title character in Soultaker. Conrad Brooks (Elliot) was Suspect Outside Office in Bride of the Monster, Connie in The Sinister Urge, and Man at Airfield in The Beast of Yucca Flats.

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  6. Ray Dunakin
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    Ok, I’m nearly half-way through the movie and I still haven’t seen any baby goats! What’s up with that??

    ;-)

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  7. eegah
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    Yeti of Great Danger:
    I’m thinking Rifftrax found a bunch of Joe Estevez movies in a box at a yard sale.

    Along with Joe Estevez himself!

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  8. michaelkz
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    When a movie is shot on video, but looks so bad it makes you think it’s cheap film, Baby Ghost. It is something less than else.

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  9. Lucas_D
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    I was never going to ask what it would take to make Rollergator look good in comparison, yet here’s my answer anyway and I couldn’t be less happy about it.

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