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    Rifftrax

    Post  Dunadwarf on August 5th 2010, 12:45 pm

    Search YouTube for some samples of Rifftrax.
    Go to www.rifftrax.com for more details.


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    Re: Rifftrax

    Post  Rohelf on August 5th 2010, 2:43 pm

    Ah, there you are! Very Happy And, of course, accompanied by an oddly disturbing avatar... what else did I expect? Rolling Eyes Wink

    I've yet to meet a Rifftrax (Rifftrack?) that I didn't enjoy, although of course some are better than others. Chamber of Secrets is one of the funniest I've seen, plus they can make some truly groan-inducing films (Fantastic Four and Batman and Robin spring to mind) bearable.

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    Re: Rifftrax

    Post  Dunadwarf on August 20th 2010, 4:24 pm

    For those who don't have a clue what Rifftrax is, go to www.rifftrax.com to see more or, if you don't want to bother, check out any of the samples in the opening post.

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    Re: Rifftrax

    Post  Paeter on August 21st 2010, 4:58 pm

    Rifftrax is almost exactly like MST3K, which for me means hit or miss. I laughed out loud a ton of times on their Matrix track, but found their Matrix Reloaded track to be fairly ho hum.

    My advice is to check them out for the movies you already enjoy or really hate and see if it's your cup of tea. They're only a few bucks a pop and you can find some real comic gems in there.


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    Re: Rifftrax

    Post  Dunadwarf on August 23rd 2010, 2:40 pm

    Personally, I'd recommend one of the Star Wars or Harry Potter movies. They seem to be really good riffs with a good sense of timing and rhythm. LotR: Return of the King was also really good, and even more so if you're a Tolkien reader.
    What specific riffs has anyone here enjoyed or not cared for?

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    Re: Rifftrax

    Post  Dunadwarf on October 1st 2010, 4:35 pm

    The guys who do Rifftrax also do music. On each of the DVDs they sell of public domain B-movies (a couple samples from those are listed below) they have a song. Here's a few samples of their songs. I'm proud to say that the first video, "House on Haunted Hill" was made by yours truly about a week ago...

    And another compilation I'm proud to have edited and submitted personally, the original, Roger Corman (almost as infamous as Ed Wood) version of "The Little Shop of Horrors"...

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