Presenting Rifftrax...Presents

Kevin looks way too emotional to be a Vulcan.Welcome, won't you?

Just when I thought I was on top of things, Rifftrax reveals the next step in its sinister plan for world riffing domination. Their latest venture, Rifftrax Presents, imagines a dystopian alternate universe in which there is no Mike. Now available are such non-Mike Rifftrax as Bill and Kevin's On Demand treatment of the Star Trek fan episode World Enough and Time. Also available is a commentary track for Dark Water (sadly, not the Saturday morning cartoon about pirates), featuring a man I've never heard of named Matthew J. Elliott. Is he any good? Is he Mike's sinister British doppelganger? Does he mention Daddy Day Camp? I'll let you know in a few days.

Coming soon from Rifftrax Presents: Another Star Trek fan episode, To Serve All My Days, and another Matthew Elliott riff, House of Wax.

Not a new service from Rifftrax: Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie has now been released on DVD. We've got better resolution and sound now, but still no special features.