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Straggler RiffTrax Reviews

The flood of RiffTrax DVD reviews has slowed to a trickle, but here are a couple of late stragglers:
Switchplanet.com reviews “Carnival of Souls” and The DVD Lounge reviews “House on Haunted Hill.”

One other RiffTrax-related note: Amid the spate of dead celebs in the last few days, you might have missed the news about Gale Storm, star of “Swing Parade.”

9 comments to Straggler RiffTrax Reviews

  • 1
    dropo221 says:

    I addition to Swing Parade, My Little Margie and the Gale Storm Show (Oh Susanna), Gale Storm had 6 Top 10 hits between 1955-57. The biggest was a cover of Smiley Lewis’ “I Hear You Knockin’” (most will remember Fats Domino’s version), which hit #2 on the carts in ’55.

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    dropo221 says:

    Sorry “carts” was supposed to be charts!

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  • 3
    diskojoe says:

    “I Hear You Knocking” was also a big hit for Dave Edmunds in 1971.

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    When I was a kid, “My Little Margie” and “Oh, Suzanna” were all over the place in syndication, so I remember Gale Storm pretty well. She was always entertaining.

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  • 5
    H says:

    The Hollywood plague strikes again.

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    Are the RiffTrax DVDs for sale in stores or just online? It’s been a while since they were released, and not of my usual stores carry them. Not HMV (which usually comes in handy for rare titles), not Wal-mart, Zellers, Future Shop, not even Best Buy.

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    No kidding. I’ve looked in Borders, Best Buy and FYE. Can’t find ‘em anywhere…

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    crowschmo says:

    I found “Night of the Living Dead” in Best Buy. You may have to ask, maybe they can order some for you. (They didn’t have “Plan 9…” even in their computer system, so they weren’t getting that one in).

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    C. says:

    I check the Best Buy website, and “Living Dead” is the only Rifftrax that Best Buy stocks, and there are only three other Rifftrax titles that can be bought from Best Buy’s website.

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