Used it to purchase the RT version of Zombie Nightmare and Ladyhawke from Cole and Janet.
I love that Janet & Cole riff. They’ve got their own thing happening and I dig it.
Just finished it, Cole and Janet were great!
If you were unfamiliar with these performers, you’d absolutely think that Annie Go-Go Oakley there is THE Lash Larue.
I bought Ladyhawke but haven’t watched it yet, so thanks for the reminder.
Cole and Janet were great on Dreamscape, so I know they’re good.
“I love you thiisss much!”
Watching right now - it’s a weird one all right.
That poster reminds me of something I had on my wall when I was a teenager, that was included in a greatest hits collection…
But why? Makes want to watch the Trax just to find out if there is a why, even though I’ve near to sworn off these no-budget turds.
[whisper] That’s how they get’cha’!! [/whisper]
Maybe the script clumsily pastes Dylan stuff onto a nonsensical plot much like some doofus did with Beach Boys lyrics and R.O.T.O.R.
I noped on out halfway through the preview.
Looked this one up on IMDb and found this interesting tidbit:
On the 4 September 2013 episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005), Elijah Wood said that he was five years old when he watched his first horror movie - Truth or Dare?: A Critical Madness (1986), which was a then-newly released. He said that it was what made him fall in love with horror films, that it remains one his all-time favorite horror movies, and that he has introduced it to several of his friends over the years.
Well, that’s one way to be exposed to the genre.
Elijah Wood must have lived near the hippest indie video store at the time because even I have never heard of this movie. I wasn’t even aware of horror at age 5.
I remember seeing this movie when it premiered. The riffs are okay, I guess. But I kept looking at my watch. Our Heroes seemed almost as bored as I was.
This is where you can really see the shortcomings of doing a show with no sketches. The idiotic ending of this toxic-positivity drivel really cried out for some more detailed satire/mockery. Also, so much padding and repetition. Cutting out a quarter or so of it to make that kind of room wouldn’t have hurt the nonsensical story at all.
Currently premiering on YouTube, Night of the Shorts: A Good Day to Riff Hard (from SF Sketchfest 2015).
Okay, so real talk: I own the studio version of Samurai Cop, and it is one of my all-time favorite RT films. Is it worthwhile to buy the live version? Is there anything extra that is worth the money? Let’s assume that I get 30% off of it somehow.
Meh. The short (Manners in School) is pretty decent, but I don’t feel like the live riff is an upgrade. It’s a slightly different edit of the movie and there are a few other changes here and there. I still watch it from time to time but prefer the studio version.