Coincidence? I don’t think so…
Today’s the one year anniversary of the recording of my comedy album Flaw Fest. Thanks to all who came to the shows, bought the album, backed the Kickstarter, etc. And special thanks to Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy for doing the show with me!
Rifftrax proudly offers our latest short, REDISCOVERY: PUPPETS.
Remember when puppets were first discovered? Those brave women and men who crossed the intractable puppetless regions of the earth and first discovered these handmade simulacra of the animate world? Life was simpler then, even sweeter…
Until came the dark unspeakable ages when puppetry was lost to human knowledge and we wandered, oh how we wandered like the tribes of Israel, searching in vain for something wholesome to do with our hands.
Well despair no more! Once again puppets have been discovered! REDISCOVERED! Anon shall our hands be clothed with the raiment of papier-mâché, styrofoam and garbage!
If you love puppets, this film is for you. If you hate puppets, even better. Come with us and rediscover puppets. Again. I know that’s redundant, but it’s worth restating over and over again more than once! PUPPETS!
We have found the greatest RiffTrax short of all time.
I am so happy.
Anaconda is a subtle movie, and Jon Voight delivers what is perhaps its most nuanced performance. It’s really a shocker when we find out this guy is evil.
Here’s my fan art for my favorite riff of the year so far, The Last Slumber Party!
Thank you, Utah Graphics W. Orld for your lovely graphics. And yes, this is one of my favorites as well. I’ve rarely seen a movie that seems to be angry at itself for being made.
I believe that I have once and for all solved the mystery of what is in the mysterious briefcase in Pulp Fiction.
Clearly, my friend and cowriter Conor has unmasked a deep conspiracy.