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  1. Adventures in dinosaur city

    It’s a half decent, mostly unknown movie that got swept under the rug in ‘92, during the live-action dinosaur craze that spawned such greats as theodore rex & the mario bros, this little gem follows a group of kids sucked into a vhs 📼 & transported to dinosaur city, trust me it’s way cooler than that hip crocodile flick

    https://youtu.be/QmU6ZcuYzyY

    1 vote
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  2. None

    Just wanted to share something I wrote: If you want use any or all of this, I would be honored! Or if it just gives anyone a smile and/or a chuckle that is great too.
    Ahh, the loyal Trumpists, you can just imagine that in a time in a "not to distant future" a carnival barker trying
    to persuade you to (COME CLOSER) and see, LIVE & UPCLOSE! A TRUUUEE LOYAAAL TRUMP SUPPORTER!
    For only Five measly tickets, witness the lowest that evolution has to offer!
    For ONLY FIVE measly tickets, witness the glazed stare, the ominous hat, the CAGE…

    1 vote
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  3. [Nickname for Richard] Deadeye, Or, Duty Done (1975)

    This very weird animated feature from 1975 takes the following tack:

    1. Take the most well-known operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan (along with a few of their lesser-known ones) and throw their plots and characters in a blender.
    2. Turn what comes out into an animated musical.
    3. Get British cartoonist Ronald Searle, who has a broadly caricaturist style, to design it and oversee the animation.
    4. Re-write most of the lyrics and arrange them in an EXTREMELY 1970s pop style.
    5. Somehow expect this to appeal to people.

    It's not that the idea of a Gilbert-and-Sullivan-themed animated musical is BAD in and of itself...if…

    3 votes
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  4. Kentucky Fried Movie

    1. Already a comedy in of itself.
    2. Movie preview and commercial sets leading up to "main movie" lead to diverse riffing.
    3. All the sex, nudity, violence, and non-PC related material that 1970s R rated movies had to offer.
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  5. Stoogemania

    This was a movie done in the '80s to cash in on the second ​resurgence in the popularity of the Three Stooges. It's about a Stooges-obsessed man who's so crazy for the boys, that he starts hallucinating them. It's not doing his relationship with his fiancee any favors. He ends up in Stooge Row, where all Stoogemaniacs go, and then gets thrown in Stooge Hills, a sanitarium for Stoogemaniacs, following a raid of a Stooge arcade. Also, since this was not endorsed by Columbia or the trademark holders of the Stooges, footage from the four Stooge shorts that are in…

    4 votes
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  6. Teenage Monster aka Meteor Monster (1958)

    Just when you think Rifftrax has reached the bottom of the barrel in terrible movies, I have to go and dig up "Teenage Monster" from the abandoned cesspool of forgotten films.
    In the old movie days, people felt cheated if they weren't shown a double feature when they went to the movies. It really didn't have to be a good double feature, it was quantity over quality. AIP films is a good example of this. This cheaply made movie was produced to meet the double bill requirement to accompany "The Brain from Planet Arous" (which I love.). Cashing in on…

    3 votes
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  7. The English dub of Devilman (2004)

    It's considered one of the worst anime movie adaptations of all time, to the point that Devilman fans actually have a day to 'mourn' the film's (original Japanese) release every year, that's how bad it is. (https://soranews24.com/2016/10/11/movie-fans-pay-respects-on-the-12-year-memorial-service-of-the-live-action-devilman-film/)

    Apart from that, it's a terrible film in general; plot points are constantly dropped and skipped over without warning, the special effects are hot trash, and the English dub is way over the top. Not to mention this film is completely batshit insane, especially if you take a lot of the scenes out of context:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWrxD17yM0U
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYucts5lWEQ
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XaiIW8WPyE

    3 votes
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  8. Club Dread

    I was working at a movie theater when this was released. I read about it in Fangoria, and got really excited. But it was so far below my expectations that I almost stopped watching horror comedies. Please help me, make fun of this movie, because I think it gave me PTSD symptoms. I wish I could ask in person, talk to the persons who decide what gets Riffed. If you have read all this, I want to thank you and remind you that you rock.

    4 votes
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  9. A Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story

    A half hour episode from the 90's HBO 'Lifestories' series, enjoyed (and adored) by countless students in health class.

    Sit back and relax as Ben Affleck takes you through the journey of star football player to roid-raging meat man.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0190277/

    3 votes
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  10. 9 votes
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  11. 4 votes
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  12. The Daylight Zone (1986)

    Christian propaganda film filled with obvious anachronisms. Of course, painful dialogue ensues.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0418624/reference

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  13. Daddy Dog Day, aka Quigley (2003)

    It is a sort of Christian message about redemption, but it stars Garey Busey at his most confused and Busey-est, a baffled Oz Perkins and a cute dog. A cute dog that is actually Gary Busey, being Gary Busey.
    All great ingredients, which add up to so much less than you'd expect.

    6 votes
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  14. Werewolf

    This amazing **** of a film, wonderfully riffed in the SciFi years of MST3K, deserves a fresh set of riffs for the 21st century. More Natalie jokes, more attacks on Yuri's chameleon hair, more Joe Estevez, and singing during the end credits but with fresh lyrics ("My Neck, My Back"; "Under the Bridge"; "Shake Ya ***"; etc.). TUSK!

    4 votes
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  15. Operation Condor

    Jackie Chan doing Jackie Chan things, but the best part of this movie is the scene where the Arab tribesmen try to kill Chan and his companions by...doing a goofy-*** dance! Seriously! Check it!

    3 votes
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  16. Ghoulies 3

    The Ghoulies are summoned by a college professor... by use of a student's comic book, and cause mayhem all over the campus. Rated T... for toilet.

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  17. Titanic II

    They used the Queen Mary....badly....please....in the the name of God.....watch this craptastic adventure.

    Thanks so much. Scott Travison

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  18. Thunderpants (2002)

    The feature-length story of a boy whose super-human ******* lands him a job as an astronaut.

    Starring Rupert Grint, Stephen Fry, Paul Giamatti, Ned Beatty, and with an uncredited cameo by Keira Knightly. Helmed by Pete Hewitt, director of Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey.

    Also, exists.

    IMDB Link: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0283054/

    9 votes
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  19. Drown the Clown

    It would be an honor if you would do my feature film "Drown the Clown" (2020)

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  20. Unexpected Race (2018)

    "A young woman discovers an elf hiding in the woods, but he is the last survivor after an FBI agent was sent out to destroy them. As they fall in love, Lythorin must decide if he wants to stay with Amber or remain alone."
    The Backstory: Director/Writer Stephen Groo was approached by a documentary film crew, and they said "we will finance your dream movie if you'll let us film the process." so the dream movie he makes is Unexpected Race and the documentary crew films their movie The Insufferable Groo. Groo is notorious for making bad films and has…

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