1. Hold on Loosely w/Bill Corbett - Tummelvision Ep. 8


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    • CFTP Presents- Invasion of the Bee Girls


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      This is the first episode of series 2 of the online television show produced by my friends and I. In it, we take old movies, watch them, make fun of them, and "enhance them" in various ways. http://www.cftp.us

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      • 0107 Robot Monster


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        A young boy named Johnny (Gregory Moffett), who is fascinated with outer space, is on a picnic with his widowed mother (Selena Royle, as Selena Royale), older sister (Claudia Barrett), and younger sister (Pamela Paulson) when he meets a pair of archeologists (John Mylong and George Nader) exploring a nearby cave. Later, as the family sleeps, he has a dream — that the Earth has been attacked by a alien named Ro-Man, using the "calcinator death ray," and that he and his family and scientist (Nader) are the only survivors. They try to elude capture by Ro-Man (played by actor George Barrows in a gorilla suit with a space helmet that looks a lot like a diving helmet), who turns out to have some very human failings despite his computerized mentality. Several members of the family are killed, but Ro-Man is destroyed by his controllers when he decides he'd rather experience human emotions. -http://mst3k.wikia.com/wiki/Robot_Monster

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        • Mystery Science Ripoff 3000 - War of the Planets


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          An MST3K-style riffing of the low-budget sci-fi indie film "War of the Planets". Uploaded with permission from the film's director.

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          • Teenage Zombies - Alternate Commentary (think MST3K or Rifftrax)


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            Bryan J Busch and the Circus Peanut Gallery present our alternate commentary for the 1959 movie "Teenage Zombies". (Available for offline viewing here: http://www.rifftrax.com/iriffs/teenage-zombies-circus-peanut-gallery) Teenage Zombies (1959, in the public domain) is a “horror” movie about not-exactly teenagers who are turned into not-exactly zombies for a few minutes. The rest of the time, it’s a movie about walking and boating, walking while looking for a boat, walking toward or away from a boat, boating in order to go walking… hold on a sec—gotta catch my breath… walking on the bow of a boat, and dragging a boat on or off the shore. There are also some very exciting off-screen water-skiing sequences, as well as some imaginary horses. In between the privileged rich-kid transportation, there’s a plan to turn all Americans into mindless slaves, orchestrated by a group whose motives are apparently so diabolical they couldn’t be discussed on film.

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            • Curse of the Aztec Mummy


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              Most MSTies have seen Robot Vs. The Aztec Mummy. Remember the flashbacks in the movie? They're from this movie, Curse of the Aztec Mummy. That void in your life is now filled.

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              • XO Special - Night Fright w/ Commentary (1967)


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                A government space experiment into the effects of cosmic rays on animal life goes horribly wrong, creating a mutant monster that terrorizes a rural community! With commentary by Keith & Stefan!

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                • Lifesavers - The Movie (2013)


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                  Five "Gremlins rip-off" movies from the '80s are cut up and their original audio removed, they are then stitched back together with a new story-line and new audio in this wacky experimental spoof.I provided the foley, dialogue, effects, and music (though I don't have the rights to most of the music heard) and tried the hardest I could to craft these fragments into a "somewhat coherent" bizarre surreal storyline. Recurring themes include old Nickelodeon shows, LSD, black magic, partying and rectal thermometers. Films that were used: -Critters (1986) -Munchies (1987) -Ghoulies (1985) -Hobgoblins (1988) -Troll (1986) I do not own the rights to any of these films.

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                  • Episode 6: Party On David Ryder, Party On.


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                    We discuss the Doctor Who trailer for the new season, review Kick-Ass the comic, we talk Wind Mobile and the HTC Evo, look at some cool Adobe photoshop technology along with a review of the Panasonic ZS7, and in LOL of the week: Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Space Mutiny edition.

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                    • Space Mutiny Review


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                      A real piece of cheese about a body builder and a 20 year old granny whom must stop a guy from terrorizing the Southern Sun with stolen Battlestar Galactica footage, pointless evil laughs, tin foil costumes, people whom die and come back to life a couple scenes later, random railings, and futuristic golf carts.

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