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We get thousands of Movie Suggestions to @RiffTrax, FB.com/RiffTrax, even to +RiffTrax This is the BEST place for them. SEARCH to see if you’re the first to suggest a film, and of course Vote for your favorites!

Tell us 3 good reasons your movie should be considered. Include photos and links and your suggestion MAY end up on RiffTrax.com or in movie theaters for RiffTrax LIVE!

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  1. The Car (1977)

    James Brolin in 'If Jaws were a supernatural killer automobile in the American Southwest'. Yes.

    211 votes
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  2. Logan's Run

    Its got Farrah! Come on!

    1,420 votes
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  3. The Village

    It's a long episode of Scooby Doo with painfully slow dialogue just perfect for riffing!

    40 votes
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  4. Sex and the City

    It's the ultimate chick flick, and one of the women craps her pants. Seriously, that really happened. And it was a bonding moment!

    75 votes
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  5. 103 votes
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  6. Eliminators (1986)

    "A former pilot rebels against his creator, teaming up with the scientist responsible for android technology, her pet robot Spot, a rough-and-tumble riverboat guide, and a martial arts warrior."

    61 votes
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  7. Man of Steel

    You will believe a man can ruin a franchise.

    3,382 votes
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  8. 182 votes
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  9. 12 votes
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  10. Batman 66

    There are some days when you just can't get rid of a bomb.

    21 votes
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  11. 17 votes
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  12. The Green Slime (1968)

    In the late sixties some American movie executive realised it'd be a lot cheaper to outsource their filmmaking to Japan, and this was the result. There's some sort of alien creatures loose on a spaceship but the real horror is the movie's star, a man so insufferably obnoxious you'll want to throw lime jello at the screen. On the plus side the space station is equipped with go-go dancers, this being the sixties and all.

    1,012 votes
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  13. 4 votes
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  14. 26 votes
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  15. The Monolith Monsters (1957)

    In this forgotten classic, Universal Pictures introduced the world to a terrifying new nightmare... rocks! Yes, those seemingly innocuous lumps of stone in your backyard contain unknown dangers: like the ability to grow really slowly and possibly fall on someone. Featuring hot expository action, lengthy geological experimentation, and long driving scenes.

    427 votes
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  16. The Never Ending Story.

    They look like big, good, strong hands, don't they?

    134 votes
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  17. Oh, God! Book II

    A 1980's tale of George Burns and a cute little girl with helmet hair. Rife for the riffing.

    66 votes
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  18. Prince Valiant (1954)

    Starring a near-embryonic Robert Wagner, the beautiful Janet Leigh, and James Mason in the role of Sir I'm Definitely Not Evil. There's also a big hairy viking guy who walks around shirtless. Audiences in the 1950s were thrilled by the medieval parkour and the strange distortions from early anamorphic lenses.

    35 votes
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  19. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

    An absolutely delightful, awful fantasy movie. Uwe Boll, Burt Reynolds (complete with royal rug), sylvan defenders on loan from Cirque du Soleil, and a 4% from RT. Yes, this movie has it all. Boll's cinematographic vision seems to have been providing a very yellow aura to the early scenes of the film; after that, he clearly lost interest.

    50 votes
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  20. 152 votes
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