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  1. Face of the Screaming Werewolf

    A film starring Lon Chaney Jr., directed by Jerry Warren! Looks like one they should riff!
    It is apparently footage from other films as well.
    https://youtu.be/XdNT3RaQ7v8
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Face_of_the_Screaming_Werewolf
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058079/

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  2. Fish don't blink

    Pretty awful movie, its almost one of those "its so bad its good" type of movies, but falls short. The cast is decent i will say.

    https://youtu.be/Oe1F7fohc24

    This "trailer" seems like its just missing the rifftrax audio already... although it seems to have an unrelated true crime story edited into it for no reason. Only trailer i could find.

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  3. Ninja Operation - Knight and Warrior

    Terrible dubbing, outrageous action sequences, plenty of crash zoom visuals and dubious 80s fashion, a man dressed in a ninja outfit which looks like a human banana... oh and gymnastics.
    "i'll kill you Lenny"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NL8Stuu7io

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  4. The Corruptor

    Action film with Mark Wahlberg and Chow Yun Fat! Never seen it, but it looks like a riffable film!

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

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0142192/

    https://youtu.be/DHDu5KBH3rg

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  5. Hardboiled 1992

    Hard Boiled (Lat Sau San Taam (辣手神探), or "God of Guns") is a critically-acclaimed action film by John Woo, starring Chow Yun-fat in his slightly younger years. This 1992 action classic has aged very gracefully, and boasts action very few contemporary films can match up to.

    Golden Riff scenes:

    • Chow Yun-Fat looking like a 90s Smooth Jazz artist. When he's not mowing down countless bad guys, Tequila (Chow Yun-Fat) relaxes by playing jazz clarinet.
    • The coded message scenes have a bad case of Engrish. One of the characters sends codes to the police by sending flowers to Teresa (Teresa Mo),…
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  6. Terminal Velocity

    Charlie Sheen film about skydiving!
    https://youtu.be/cMzjb5OeYng

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  7. A Better Tomorrow 1986

    A Better Tomorrow (also known as Ying Hung Boon Sik, or "True Colors of a Hero" in Cantonese) is a 1986 action film by John Woo and produced by Tsui Hark.

    This film put John Woo on the map, provided a springboard for Chow Yun-Fat's career as a badass action star, and kick-started the Heroic Bloodshed genre, along with codifying most of the tropes associated with it. It led to the establishment of Hong Kong's film rating system because of the film's violence, which earned it the industry's first "Category IIb" rating (equivalent to the R rating in the US).

    2 votes

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  8. Jackie Brown 1997

    Jackie Brown (1997), the third film from director Quentin Tarantino, serves as his subtle homage to Blaxploitation.

    Riff Material includes:
    - Pam "Foxy Brown" Grier is introduced as titular character Jackie Brown to "Across 110th Street" by Bobby Womack.
    - Samuel "Snakes on a Plane" L Jackson wearing long hair and a braided goatee.
    - The Trunk scene paired with Strawberry Letter 23 by The Brother Johnson (Makes sense in Context)
    - Johnny Cash in a Blaxploitation film? Only from Tarantino.

    https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0119396/

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  9. Hogfather Part 1 and Hogfather Part 2

    There's a Made-for-TV Live Action Movie that aired on TV in two parts during the Holiday season. I only have 3 words for it: It. Is. WEIRD!

    Death is the Good Guy (No Seriously. He's a good guy in this universe), there's an assassin whose name is spelled Teatime (It pronounced differently, but does that really matter when he's the best assassin in this world?), and the World's Santa Clause... flies in the sky with Magical boars... BOARS!

    Check it out. If anyone remembers this movie, comment below.

    https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0765458/

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  10. Marked for Death

    One of Segals earlier starring roles (think it was his 3rd or 4th starring role), so not as much cheese as his later films, but still enough to riff!
    https://youtu.be/lkcqotZsi6I

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  11. Lionheart

    Martial arts film with Jean Claude Van Damme.
    Nice action, but that's it.
    https://youtu.be/QKqjwvWNnzg

    3 votes

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  12. Plump Fiction

    A parody film that somehow ruined the careers of every actor involved with the film. Riff it apart.

    https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0117350/

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  13. Knock at the Cabin

    Film that was just released to theaters. (So not quite ready to be a JTJ, but will be!)
    By M. Night, who hasn't done a good film since Signs. (Okay, maybe some were half decent)
    This looks like a mess.

    2 votes

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  14. A Message to No One

    A 1959 film sponsored by Champion Paper and Fibre Company and produced by Wilding Productions. This film deals with Family issues around listening and paying attention translate to fathers work. It's all about listening... for special Riffs.

    https://archive.org/details/Message_to_No_One

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  15. Bullet to the Head

    Bullet to the Head is a 2013 action film directed by Walter Hill, starring Sylvester Stallone as hitman Jimmy Bobo, Jason Momoa as rival assassin Keegan and Sung Kang as Detective Taylor Kwon.

    Not to be confused with John Woo's Bullet in the Head.

    https://m.imdb.com/title/tt1308729/

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  16. Shark Side of the Moon

    Sharks on the moon + wardrobe decisions + unfinished graphics = sharkloads of material.

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  17. Get Christie Love!

    This stereotypical blaxplpitation wad of cheese is chock full of sexy undercover persuasion, poorly lit night time film sequences, unlikely scenarios with even more unlikely outcomes, and criminals my grandma could easily drop on a bad arthritis day. The poorly executed kung fu moves seem to riff themselves. Inappropriate sarcasm and overly accentuated lines only add to the cheese factor.

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  18. Once Upon A Time In China

    Jet Li's star making role as Wong Fei-hung. Once Upon a Time in China is a 1991 Wuxia martial arts film directed by Tsui Hark, a long time collaborator with John Woo.

    No, it's not a spin-off of Once Upon a Time. Just look at the year of release. Also has nothing to do with the one in the American West, the one during the Mexican Revolution (when it's called by that name), the one in America, the other one in Mexico, or the one in Hollywood.

    Remember this riffable quote:

    No matter how good our kung-fu is, it will…

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  19. Bullet in the Head

    Not to be mistaken for Stallone's Bullet to the Head (Different film), this film is from the same film maker that brought the world A Better Tomorrow starring Chow Yun-Fat. Bullet in the Head is a 1990 Heroic Bloodshed film by John Woo. The film stars Waise Lee, Tony Leung Chiu-wai and Jacky Cheung.

    Three poor hoodlums living in 1967 Hong Kong finds themselves in a world of hell from beginning to end. Ben (Tony Leung Chiu-wai) wants to get married and find a better life for himself, something that's quickly kiboshed when he and Frankie (Jacky Cheung) accidentally kill…

    2 votes

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  20. Forbidden Nights 1990

    There's a 1990 film called Forbidden Nights, a film based on an article written by Judith Shapiro. It stars Little House on the Prairie's Melissa Gilbert and Mortal Kombat's Robin Shou.

    This is Robin's first American role on American TV. He also became good friends with Melissa Gilbert and her crew from Half Pint Enterprises (That's right! Her own company from her days on Little House on the Prairie) while filming this Made for TV film as well as getting his A$$ kicked by Donnie Yen while filming Yuen Wo-Ping's Tiger Cage 2 (Both films were in production at the…

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