Rangoon Rifflets: Fateful Findings
This may be the “The Room” for… well, for the same generation as “The Room” was, but… look, you get the idea. Holy wow.
Sunny Jim and Starchibald hack into the outright fascinating trailer for “Fateful Findings”, a movie sure to end up the subject of many a reviewerverse episode
Happy Halloween from the Isle of Rangoon!
It’s a Halloween miracle as Obscurus Lupa trick-or-treats her way to the Isle of Rangoon and she’s brought a 1970’s Educational Film about dental hygiene with her! Don’t worry about Starchibald and Sunny Jim, they more or less brought this on themselves.
Necco wafers, haunted mansions, proper brushing technique and Caesar Romero await in… THE HAUNTED MOUTH!
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Stupid numbers. What did they ever do for us? Apparently keep another demonic hellsprite at bay. Bad film cuts, needle-in-ear voiceovers and a dullard even by 1950s standards await you in “Day Without Numbers”!
Happy Dreary Halloween everyone! Our good friends at Encyclopedia Britannica have last-minute costume concepts for you in this spooky baffling short that is sure to fill you with terror & fright confusion & unease.
Starchibald Tony Starch and Sunny Jim Mrs. Pac-Man as they take on shamelessly revisit Franz Kafka’s Existential Allhallows Hoedown Halloween Party!
Stupid numbers. What did they ever do for us? Apparently keep another demonic hellsprite at bay. Bad film cuts, needle-in-aer voiceovers and a dullard even by 1950s standards await you in “Day Without Numbers”!
Murdered, rebuilt, stripped of humanity, forced to perform at the whim of a mega-corporation… that’s what the original ‘Robocop’ story went through. Murphy got it pretty rough too
Join Sunny Jim and Starchibald as they give the trailer to Robocop’s 2014 remake the riffing it so richly deserves.
Don’t Touch wasn’t just a humorous trip to the 1970s, it was our 12th Riff!
So here’s the whole dozen in one spot so you can hit fullscreen, sit back, and enjoy about 3 hours and 15 minutes of riffing fun.
Edit: We don’t know why Blip puts a still shot from a video game as the icon for our playlists. I assure you, this is full of riffing.
We’re back in the groove with this funky little short from the ’70s! And by “funky” we mean “it stinks”. Learn all about the dangers of spontaneous combustibles generation and tragic hairstyles in “Don’t Touch!”
Rangoon Rifflet: Doozy Bots (US SD Gundam) Promo
Fun Fact: Gundam almost came to the US in 1991.
Less Fun Fact: If it had, it would have been this.
Join Starchibald and Sunny Jim as they riff the promo for Doozy Bots, the kid-laiden early-90s-tastic import of the SD Gundam concept. If you’re really into surfer talk, tiny robots and innumerable kid sidekicks, then prepare to lament this series’ failure to launch.
Everyone else, prepare to be grateful with… the DOOZY BOTS!