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  1. Galaxy Express 999 (1979)

    Tetsuro Hoshino, orphaned by the Cyborgs, lives in a slum in the shadow of their megapolis. He steals a pass for Galaxy Express 999, and is saved by a mysterious woman called Maitre, a living image of his mother who had been killed by the Cyborgs. Wearing a special pendant, he sets out for Andromeda where he can obtain eternal life and avenge his parents' death. On his odyssey, he meets a gallery of fantastic characters that help him exterminate the evil Star of Andromeda which had been giving mechanical bodies to rich human beings.

    117 votes
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  2. Castle in the Sky (1986)

    A young boy stumbles into a mysterious girl who floats down from the sky. The girl, Sheeta, was chased by pirates, army and government secret agents. In saving her life, they begin a high flying adventure that goes through all sorts of flying machines, eventually searching for Sheeta's identity in a floating castle of a lost civilization.

    111 votes
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  3. Iria: Zeiram the Animation

    Iria is a newly-certified monster hunter who saves the life of a scientist working on the "Zeiram Project." Zeiram has been terrorizing local planets and kidnapping people to absorb their life force and clone them. When Iria meets up with a clone of her brother, her resolve is tested. Could her brother still be alive? Her friends help her track down the beast only to discover that it is calling for reinforcements. Iria must enter into a final showdown with Zeiram to save the planet and discover the truth about her missing brother.

    110 votes
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  4. Lensman (1984)

    Kimball Kinnison, a young man from the agricultural planet Mquie and his Valerian companinon, Buscirk find a dying man with a legendary crystal lens embedded in his hand. As the man was dying, he mysteriously passed on the Lens to Kim. With more companions to come by, Kim must find out the purpose of the Lens before the Boskone dynasty does.

    107 votes
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  5. Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)

    Plot? What plot? Who needs a plot when you have EXPENSIVE SPECIAL EFFECTS to carry a movie? Oh, and more monsters than you can shake a stick at.

    425 votes
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  6. Replicas

    A modern take on the Frankenstein archetype story. Reason #1 to riff this movie: it stars Keanu Reeves, who I am convinced is a piece of 2x4 lumber dressed in human skin, doing his one-note method acting. Reason #2: certain gaps in logic appear in the film, such as how it takes exactly 17 days to clone a human as he or she appeared at the time the DNA sample was taken, but each progressive day accelerates the aging process. That's just one gap, but there are plenty others scattered throughout the movie. Reason #3: plenty of pauses between dialogue…

    190 votes
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  7. The Last Dinosaur

    Richard "Have Gun Will Travel" Boone hops into his drill car, drills under the Arctic, finds a lost valley of dinosaurs, and commences to shootin' because he's a MAN and MEN have to HUNT. A 1977 co-production by the people who brought us "Ultraman" and also the people who brought us "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town", this wild TV movie is jam packed with rubber suit monsters and sweaty sexism (Richard Boone's character is named "Maston Thrust") as everybody involved looks off-camera for that bottle of whiskey they stashed under a fake boulder, or a phone so they can…

    107 votes
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  8. Avengers: End Game

    Why riff Avengers: End Game? For the same reasons other box office smashes like Avatar, The Avengers, The Dark Knight, and every Star Wars movie ever made were riffed: because they got it coming to them.

    417 votes
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  9. monsters and mysteries in america:Appalachia

    The dark hallows and dense forests of Appalachia harbor strange mysteries. Local residents will recount their encounters with the terrifying Sheepsquatch, the dark winged-creature, Mothman, and aliens from space.

    ep is here
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xyh3hwmonsters-and-mysteries-in-america-s01e01-appalachiashortfilms

    50 votes
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  10. The Giant Claw

    They try hard, actual good actors playing it straight, and maybe the most ridiculous monster of all-time.

    276 votes
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  11. Cats

    It isn't even out yet, all I know is that I need you guys to spend the hours and take us to the uncanny, bizarre, and terrifying world of half CGI Taylor Swift Cat and her dancing cronies.

    121 votes
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  12. Chopping mall

    Killer security robots chasing teens in a mall at night. need I say more?

    131 votes
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  13. Mystery Science Theater 3000 The Movie

    Could the greatest riffers in history riff on themselves? Could the world even handle it?

    91 votes
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  14. Record of the Lodoss War

    On the cursed island continent of Lodoss, a party of adventurers becomes caught up in the struggle against a plot to conquer Lodoss and revive a long-dormant ancient evil deity. This thirteen-part Japanese television series is based on a series of Japanese novels, and is notable among other things for its inclusion of elements from the Dungeons & Dragons (TM) role-playing game.

    25 votes
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  15. Zardosz

    Sean Connery in that swimsuit should be all the reason you need.

    107 votes
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  16. Russo-Finnish/German/Mexican Fairy Tale Movies

    Some of my favorite MST3K episodes were the Russo-Finnish fairy tale movies--which even the guys at Best Brains admitted were beautifully filmed. Jack Frost/Father Frost was probably my favorite of the Sci-Fi channel era.

    There are loads of other Russo-Finnish fairy tale movies. Many of them have been released on DVD through the company Ruscico; they can also be found on YouTube in their original language (most of them subtitled in English). It would be great for Rifftrax to cover them (or re-cover the ones already done on MST3K), but for the ones you haven't covered yet, it would depend…

    32 votes
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  17. CAPE CANAVERAL MONSTERS

    What's that? Aliens are interfering with the US Rocket Program? Yes they are and these aliens are the creation of Ed Wood, Jr.! Need I say more?

    24 votes
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  18. Supertrain

    From Wikipedia:

    Supertrain is an American adventure-drama television series that ran on NBC from February 7 to May 5, 1979. Nine episodes were made, including a 2-hour pilot episode.

    The series took place on the Supertrain, a nuclear-powered bullet train that was equipped with amenities more appropriate to a cruise ship. It had luxuries such as swimming pools, shopping centers, a gym, library, medical center, and a discotheque.[1] It was so big it had to run on very broad gauge track. Though it had a rated top speed of 250 mph (402.34 km/h), and cruised at 190 mph (305.78 km/h),…

    27 votes
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  19. Masters of the Universe (1987) RiffTrax LIVE!

    This has already been suggested, but not as a live show.
    The entire time I was watching this, I could literally see the three boxes to the right of the screen showing Mike, Kevin, and Bill with microphones. It has RiffTrax LIVE show written all over it.

    It is the perfect example of a cheesy late 80's movie, with Dolph Lundgren portraying the character that apparently put the Ghostbusters out of popularity: He-Man. Courtney Cox and the Principal from 'Back to the Future' are also along for the ride, and there's plenty of hamminess to go around. Not to mention…

    265 votes
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  20. Battle Beyond The Stars

    This Star Wars ripoff is begging for it! Any time you have Robert Vaughan, George Peppard and a spaceship with breasts in the same Corman film, you have riffing magic

    137 votes
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