The Humble Kristian Episode

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kristian_johnwaters_04032015Join your guides of geek as Trevor adds another game to the list of the games you must play and Kristian prepares to celebrate one of his favourite directors.  We also a bunch of upcoming events and more info about our next Redeeming Features Cast.

Don’t forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don’t forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions.

Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp.

Enjoy!

Important places to visit

Valkyria Chronicles Remaster Trailer – YouTube

John Waters 70th Birthday Fest

The Rufus Project Homepage

The Rufus Project Shirt Store

kristianfletcher.com

Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com


*** The fine print ***

Theme song:

Ain’t We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com

News Theme:

Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Geek Feature Theme:

Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons

Pop Culture Theme:

Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Local Wildlife Theme:

Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org

Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use… please attribute me if you use it!)

Wrap Up Theme:

Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Closing theme:

Ain’t We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

The Rufus Project Redeeming Features Cast: Jem and the Holograms (2015)

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mv5bmjixmdi1mti2m15bml5banbnxkftztgwodyzodc2nte-_v1_sx640_sy720_Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Jem and the Holograms from 2015.  Is it truly outrageous, or just an outrage?

Can Google Earth be used for transitions? Can they get away with making a male cartoon character into a female movie character?  IS THAT JULIETTE LEWIS?!?!  Is Jem truly outrageous? Is this movie redeemable?

Listen on and find out!

Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com

Want to know more about Jem and the Holograms?

Jem and the Holograms trailer

**Fine print**

Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin’ Jive – Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland

The Terrible Twos Episode

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Join your guides of geek as we celebrate a special day for the podcast.  Trevor gets nostalgic for the old days of the podcast, while Kristian talks about a very worthy cause indeed.  We also have the return of the upcoming events and more info about our next Redeeming Features Cast.

Don’t forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don’t forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions.

Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp.

Enjoy!

Important places to visit

The Rufus Project Launch Episode

Chuck In Ya Towel Facebook Page

Chuck In Ya Towel

The Rufus Project Homepage

The Rufus Project Shirt Store

kristianfletcher.com

Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com


*** The fine print ***

Theme song:

Ain’t We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com

News Theme:

Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Geek Feature Theme:

Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons

Pop Culture Theme:

Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Local Wildlife Theme:

Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org

Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use… please attribute me if you use it!)

Wrap Up Theme:

Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Closing theme:

Ain’t We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

The Rufus Project Redeeming Features Cast: Mommie Dearest (1981)

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mv5bmtczmdi5ndewnl5bml5banbnxkftztcwntc4nzizmq-_v1_uy1200_cr11006301200_al_Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Mommie Dearest from 1981.  Is it a camp classic or a terror filled descent into madness?

Is it a movie about Joan Crawford? Is it a movie about Cindy Crawford?  Can anyone match Faye Dunaway’s performance?  Can Faye Dunaway keep that performance level for the entire movie?  Is this movie redeemable?

Listen on and find out!

WARNING!  This podcast contains descriptions and discussion of child abuse scenes from this movie.  If you are distressed by discussions of child abuse then please check out another of our fine Redeeming Features casts.

Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com

Want to know more about Mommie Dearest?

Mommie Dearest on IMDB

Mommie Dearest Trailer

 

**Fine print**

Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin’ Jive – Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland

The It Doesn’t Exist Episode

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This week Trevor and Kristian won’t be discussing geek news and pop culture stuff because of technological and personal difficulties.

We thought that giving you all another super brief and lower quality mini episode we would skip this one and ficus on making sure next week’s Redeeming Features cast is awesome!

Yep, next week we’ll be checking out “Mommie Dearest” from 1981. Check out the trailer below to see what we subjected ourselves to!

Make sure you subscribe via your favourite podcast app to make sure you get the podcast as soon as it hits!

Now the moral of this non existent mini episode is…

Sometimes it’s better to not force out something you know can’t be flushed!

See you next time.

The Rufus Project Redeeming Features Cast: Bloodrayne: The Third Reich (2011)

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Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Bloodrayne: The Third Reich from 1997.  Could this be the only redeemable movie in the Bloodrayne trilogy?

Is it improved by having the same actress play the lead role this time around?  Can Rayne stay in that outfit?  Just what accent are the Germans using?  Does the male lead need to shout so much?  Is this movie redeemable?

Listen on and find out!

Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com

Want to know more about Bloodrayne: The Third Reich?

Bloodrayne: The Third Reich on IMDB

Bloodrayne: The Third Reich trailer

**Fine print**

Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin’ Jive – Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland

Blindfire by The Incredible Adventures of Billy & Max.  Copyright 2010, used under fair use

The Special Report Episode

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Join your guides of geek, minus one, as Trevor takes over with a special report on recent Australian copyright news. We also have info our next Redeeming Features Cast.

Don’t forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don’t forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions.

Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp.

Enjoy!

Important places to visit

Dallas Buyers Club Throws In The Towel On iiNet Piracy Case (Gizmodo Australia)

Australia’s Three Strikes’ Piracy Code Has Been Abandoned – Gizmodo Australia

AUSSIE SITE BLOCKING IMMINENT BUT THREE STRIKES ABANDONED – TorrentFreak

The Rufus Project Homepage

The Rufus Project Shirt Store

kristianfletcher.com

Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com


*** The fine print ***

Theme song:

Ain’t We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com

News Theme:

Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Geek Feature Theme:

Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons

Pop Culture Theme:

Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Local Wildlife Theme:

Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org

Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use… please attribute me if you use it!)

Wrap Up Theme:

Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Closing theme:

Ain’t We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

This Week’s Podcast Unavoidably Delayed

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Hi podcast fans.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, which may include a laptop with a busted screen where I am waiting for a replacement screen (for example), this week’s mini episode will be regretfully delayed.

Please be patient, it will be up as soon as possible, and it will be a good one!

In the meantime, if you haven’t already, make sure you subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or your favourite podcast app.

Talk to you soon (hopefully).

Trevor

The Rufus Project Redeeming Features Cast: Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)

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Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Speed 2: Cruise Control from 1997.  Surely it has to be an improvement from Dracula 3000, right?  Right!?

Can one character from the original carry the sequel?  Can they get away with using the same joke at the start and end of the movie?  Can a cruise liner be considered a speedy vehicle?  Why is an entire town apparently built over the water?  Is this movie redeemable?

Listen on and find out!

Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com

Want to know more about Speed 2: Cruise Control?

**Fine print**

Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin’ Jive – Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland

“Tell Me is it True” by UB40 (1997) – copyrighted work used under fair use

New Redeeming Features Cast Coming Very Soon

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In less than 24 hours our next Redeeming Features Cast will be going live, this time Kristian and I will be trying to redeem Speed 2: Cruise Control from 1997.

Here is a little taste of what we subjected ourselves to:


Were we able to redeem this poorly rated late 90s sequel?  Find out by checking out our homepage, following us on Facebook or Twitter, or subscribing to The Rufus Project podcast via your favourite podcasting app!