Some questions have plagued humanity for countless generations. What is the meaning of life? Can love last forever? What happens when we die? Is corn grass?
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Busy Bodies – no, it’s not a movie about zombie parents who worry they just don’t have enough time to spend with their kids ever since they died and came back.
It’s Thanksgiving! Be sure to give your turkey a hearty thanks before cooking. It makes them ever so glad to be the meal.
In this MST3K short from 1960, two city kids spend the summer on their uncle’s dairy farm, where they learn all about modern approaches to milk production, and also how to climb a rope in the barn.
When you hear the word “patriotism” what’s the first name that pops into your head?
Pull up an oddly motionless, disembodied hand and lower your expectations and intelligence level, because it’s time to draw some damn triangles baby!!!
Sometimes the title of a RiffTrax short is confusing, misleading, falsely exciting to oversell the dull subject matter at hand. But not this one. With Drawing for Beginners: The Square, … Continue reading Laughter Is Good For The Soul – “Drawing For Beginners: The Square”
This DIY video shows you how to build your very own friendship, step-by-step!
Amidst the ceasing of Roaring, one major trend still managed to sweep the nation: washing your clothes with gasoline!
Every housewife on Main St. could be found hitting up the local filling station, returning home with a reeking, volatile jug of gasoline, and submerging her delicates in it to get out those pesky grass stains.
The Wizard of Oz is one of the most beloved movies in the history of cinema, but don’t you think it was missing a little something? Namely, the deft directorial touch of Barry Mahon, whose other films include Fanny Hill Meets Dr. Erotico, The Diary of Knockers McCalla, and a little movie called Santa and The Ice Cream Bunny?
Setting Up a Room is about two women setting up a kindergarten classroom. It lasts for 27 minutes!
Our favorite agrarians from summer and autumn are back once again to tackle the icy chills of winter.