RiffTrax Live: Jack the Giant Killer

RiffTrax Live: Jack the Giant Killer

If you’re into cheesy stop-motion dragons, leprechauns in bottles, drunk Vikings, and Giants-Who-Need-Killing, then Jack the Giant Killer is for you! Actually that’s an odd set of things to be into, hypothetical person reading this, and frankly it’s about time you let us get to the point. Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett riffed this vintage 1962 epic live in Nashville, and now you can enjoy the show in the comfort of your own home, castle, or bottle you share with a leprechaun! Also! The guys riff the supremely weird short What Is Nothing? (spoiler: we still don’t know what nothing is). Plus two hilarious cartoons from Rich “Lowtax” Kyanka of somethingawful.com, a Behind-the-Scenes slideshow, and movie trivia slides done RiffTrax style! Make sure all these giants didn’t die in vain - join Mike, Kevin, and Bill for a full evening of great live comedy. Yes! The Special Features are included on both the Download-to-Burn and regular DVD!

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ChadPoop G (mx) wrote: Really liked the look and feel of this little gem.

Brandon F (ru) wrote: Noelle balances wit and pathos, legalism and relationship, guilt and grace in such a way that will ring true in both your heart and your head this yuletide season. The film will amuse and enchant, reminding us that miracles, in this season more than most, really do exist, and that the true meaning of the Christmas is close at hand when we embrace the gift of grace that is a child.

Chris L (kr) wrote: This guy is in everything lately. Nothing riginal abut the story but the action was great all the way trough

Thomas E (mx) wrote: Famous arthouse director wannabe Solondz goes out of his way to depict human misery and magnificently fails.

Patrick W (de) wrote: Ellen Ripley as a human/alien hybrid? Okay, I'm listening. Script lacking any real point other than to escape getting killed by aliens. Yeah, you're losing me. Oh and Brad Dourif's character really is just off putting and terrible. Decent amount of "alien action" saves the flat dialogue from a lower score with this one. Pretty surprising seeing as that Joss Whedon wrote this one.

Annette A (us) wrote: Does anyone know where I can get this dvd with english subtitle? I've the movie but it's in swedish (I am from Sweden) and I so want to show my golf friends in UK the movie cos it's just great :)!

Bill K (de) wrote: Better than average B-horror about a comic book artist who's art foretells the future. Decent monster and the movie ingeniously uses storyboard art as part of the story and cost cutting. Coombs is only in the intro.

Kevin H (us) wrote: An excellent thriller from director Don Siegel, Telefon is great from beginning to end and deserves a wider audience. With great performances from Bronson and Pleasance and an overall wild story involving Russian sleeper agents being woken by a Robert Frost poem, this one really has it all. A great film that gets better with repeated viewings.

Charlie 7 (jp) wrote: The theatrical version of Alien 3 is very depressing and a underwhelming film to sit through. Don't bother with this version. I highly recommend you simply see the 2003 special edition.

Michael W (ca) wrote: The movie is so bad that its actually good! The story is lame, and sappy in parts, but it is meant to be! What really stands out in Once Upon A Time In Mexico is the many strong individual performances. Johnny Depp is a machiavellian C I A agent who add much comic relief. (the one scene where Depp shoots the cook stands out) Trejoe, Rourke and others have memorable roles. Director Robert Rodriguez creates many artistic and memorable scenes which resemble Sergio Leone classic Westerns. A fun movie to watch. A good movie to turn your brain off and decompress. 3 stars.

Cody B (es) wrote: This movie made me happy and sad at the same time. What's the word for that?