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On August 19th, thousands witnessed what can only be described as one of the top two RiffTrax® Live! events of 2010. RiffTrax Live! Reefer Madness was that show, and now you finally have the chance to relive all the laughs, chortles, and fancy headresses on DVD!
In RiffTrax Live! Reefer Madness, Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of RiffTrax.com® and Mystery Science Theater 3000®, deliver their trademark form of rapid-fire comedy in front of a live audience! Lines could be flubbed! Tomatoes could be thrown! Mountain lion attacks are entirely possible!
The performance not only includes the classic anti-marijuana propaganda film Reefer Madness, but also three shorts which quickly became instant classics: More Dangerous Than Dynamite, Frozen Frolics, and At Your Fingertips: Grasses. Among the most insane things the guys have ever riffed, they'll clear up any questions you might have about washing your clothes in gasoline and whether corn is grass. RiffTrax Live! Reefer Madness: it s the perfect chance to hear all the jokes that you missed because you were laughing too hard the first time!
While I enjoyed this a lot, especially the shorts, this isn't quite top of the list for the guys. It's definitely worth owning, but some like The Guy From Harlem or Santa and the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Douglas A. Sommer
The Rifftrax boys take on a classic public domain crapper in color as well as a trio of shorts. It makes me miss the old Mystery Science Theater. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alan Giorgio
I bought this as I love MST and the same people are involved in both. With the guys sitting on the side of a stage next to the movie screen and making jokes just didn't do it for... Read morePublished 17 months ago by keys wanabe
Bought this for my son-in-law. He was thrilled to receive it. The Rifftrax guys are creative, funny, original and seem to have a great time doing what they do.Published 18 months ago by P. Peterson