Rifftrax: Adding New Audio to Old Movies

Imagine this lonely scenario: There's nothing on TV, you've listened to every XM station you can think of and Sirius isn't being too serious when it comes to entertainment. All you have is a drawer full of old DVS movies, many of which you are embarrassed to even own. Fear not! It's time to take that dusty, non-described Top Gun DVD out of the closet! Just pop in the DVD and download a hilarious MP3 of accompanying commentary from Michael J. Nelson, head writer and star of the cult classic Mystery Science Theater 3000 from http://www.rifftrax.com.

Do you feel that some of the movies coming out of Hollywood are just, well, missing something? At RiffTrax, you can download Mike's running commentaries and listen to them along with your favorite, and not so favorite DVDs. It's like watching a movie with your funniest friend, and it's easy to do.

You can listen to RiffTrax on an MP3 Player with only one headphone in, or play them on your computer with your choice of audio software, or burn them to a CD and play that at the same time as the DVD. An iPod docking station would also work. Balancing the sound is not terribly difficult, and most folks have had very little problem keeping the tracks in sync. I encourage you to experiment with and adapt the experience to your specific tastes and needs.

Don't just sit back and take whatever Hollywood throws at you. Transform the DVD experience with http://www.rifftrax.com.


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