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  1. Wild, Wild Planet

    It's AWESOME! Awesomely bad, of course! It's the most riffable movie that I've seen that hasn't already been riffed on a MST3K-related project. The outfits, the dialogue, the Rocky Jones-like spacecraft, the goofy plot. It has it all! We highly recommend it, so watch it you helium heads!

    Make sure to watch the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SB3SszYjEmA

    20 votes
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  2. Miracle on 34th Street

    With all the horrible Christmas Movies and shorts they've sat through, this Christmas they should give themselves a break and us a treat.

    407 votes
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  3. House of Frankenstein

    A really lame entry in the classic Universal Monsters franchise. Makes a mockery of iconic monsters, and totally deserves some heckling.

    15 votes
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  4. Rise of the Guardians

    I loved this movie, but I still think a riff of it would be hilarious. It's like the Mexican "Santa Claus" (there's even a villain named Pitch) or "Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny." Except Rise of the Guardians is actually good. Anyway, I bet the jokes would practically write themselves.

    9 votes
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  5. The War of the Worlds (1953)

    Before there was a Dr. Clayton Forrester tormenting our SOL-stranded heroes from the bowels of Deep 13, there was another Dr. Clayton Forrester who battled (pompously and ineffectively) against a horde of Martian invaders. The Martians proved immune to guns, heavy artillery, and even nuclear weapons. But apparently, they could be prayed to death. Best known today for being a precursor to other, bigger budget ripoffs of H.G. Wells' science-fiction masterpiece in 1996 (Independence Day) and 2005 (L. Ron Hubbard vs. Mars).

    49 votes
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  6. "Evil Laugh" 1986 movie starring Scott Baio's brother Steve

    Evil Laugh is a low budget slasher flick starring Steve Baio. One of the murder scenes is death by microwave. That says it all really.

    29 votes
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  7. "Biker Boyz" starring Laurence Fishburne and Kid Rock

    Hilariously bad movie. It's Boyz in the Hood meets Hellcats.

    With the success of Sons of Anarchy, it's important to see where the genre of biker entertainment was a mere 11 years ago.

    Stars Kid Rock! The man who single-handedly killed off hard rock for at least a generation (genre is still dead as far as I can see)

    12 votes
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  8. Dario Argento's Tenebre aka Unsane starring Tony Franciosa

    This is a 1982 Italian slasher flick. This is actually pretty good but it still has some seriously funny elements to it. Also stars John Saxon (of course)

    25 votes
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  9. "The Day Time Ended" starring CHRIS MITCHUM directed by "BUD" CARDOS

    This is another John "Bud" Cardos movie. The production values don't match the plot well but maybe that's a good thing. The other son of Robert Mitchum is in this.

    30 votes
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  10. "End of the World" 1977 movie Starring Christopher Lee + the original Lolita

    This is a Public Domain movie, wildly ambitious but with a budget that covers maybe only the salaries of their actors. Christopher Lee is featured prominently as is Sue Lyon, Lolita from Kubrick's movie.

    MSTies may appreciate that this movie comes from the same mind that brought us Laserblast. Both movies have the same feel though this one plays down the comic relief.

    55 votes
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  11. Superman Returns

    Because yeah....it just needs to be riffed

    After a long visit to the lost remains of the planet Krypton, the Man of Steel returns to Earth to become the people's savior once again and reclaim the love of Lois Lane.

    3,421 votes
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  12. Supernova (2000)

    In the Farthest Bowels of Space, Something has gone Terribly Wrong..

    9 votes
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  13. Deep Impact (1998)

    A celestial-type porno with a comet and the Earth, and 8000 humans are screwed..

    1,951 votes
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  14. 2010: The Year We Make Contact

    The Sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey. HAL is Resurrected! Jupiter is engulfed by monoliths and Ignites!
    'ALL THESE WORLDS ARE YOURS EXCEPT EUROPA
    ATTEMPT NO LANDING THERE
    USE THEM TOGETHER
    USE THEM IN PEACE'

    37 votes
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  15. Casino Royale (1954) (VOD Short)

    The very first adaptation of James Bond 007. The TV series "Climax!" adapted Ian Fleming's original Bond novel Live on television in 1954, and starred actor Barry Nelson (THE SHINING) as American CIA agent Jimmy Bond. Peter Lorre (CASABLANCA) plays the villainous Le Chiffre. Rifftrax had released a Commentary for the 2006 Daniel Craig version, but I'd like to see this version riffed also. It is 48 minutes long, and could be released as a Rifftrax Short.

    13 votes
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  16. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)

    Animated feature-length Pilot for the cartoon series about Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi's adventures during the Clone Wars. Rifftrax has featured the six live-action films, and also the HOLIDAY SPECIAL, so I would like to nominate this one for the 'to do' list. Christopher Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, and Anthony Daniels all return from the prequels.

    24 votes
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  17. Battlestar Galactica Movie (1978)

    Theatrical release; before the TV series.
    Though I wouldn't mind the whole original TV series riffed, including 'Galactica 1980'.

    54 votes
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  18. EARTHQUAKE (1974)

    Starring Charlton Heston and Lorne Greene..
    I remember watching this when I was a kid and being scared.. Now 40 years later, I think it would make for great RiffTrax fodder

    249 votes
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  19. Robot Jox

    Humanity has decided to fight its wars in giant Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots. As much fun as it sounds!

    172 votes
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  20. Jack and the Beanstalk (1952)

    Here's a good movie to riff on! :D

    Who wouldn't like to riff on a Abbot and Castello movie? XD

    7 votes
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