Some people hang the holly, others decorate the tree, and a few even terrorize the neighborhood with off-key caroling.
Here at Quick Stop Entertainment, we’re celebrating the holiday season by giving a little something back to you, our readers (you know who you are).
Every weekday leading up to the holiday break, we’ve got uber-exclusive gifts provided by a whole range of artists, actors, comedians, and studios. One a day, straight from them to you.
Ain’t that cool?
Today, we’ve got an exclusive Holiday Havoc gift from Michael J. Nelson – formerly of the legendary Mystery Science Theater 3000 and author of numerous best-selling & very funny books – and the rest of the team at Rifftrax.
If you’re unfamiliar with Rifftrax, they’re essentially downloadable audio commentaries that you can play back on your mp3 player of choice, which you then sync up to your very own DVDs of such classic (and not-so-classic) films as Lord of the Rings, The Phantom Menace, Roadhouse, The Fifth Element, and even Star Trek V. Even better, the commentaries feature that patented Mike Nelson humor we’ve all been so desperately needing back in our lives (and you can’t beat the tracks featuring Mike’s special guest riffers, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett – tho I would give nickels for life if they could bring Trace Beaulieu into the fold, but that’s a Christmas wish for another day…).
You can purchase these commentaries and many more directly from Rifftrax.com for only a few dollars, and additional titles are being added to the library constantly.
Today, however, we have that special gift just for our Quick Stop readers – an exclusive Rifftrax, absolutely free!
Not only that, it’s a Rifftrax of a very special holiday classic… Well, maybe not a classic, but it’s certainly a lesser light in the Rankin-Bass stop-motion pantheon – Nestor, The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey. You can find Nestor on Warner Home Video’s DVD of The Year Without A Santa Claus - and here’s how you can get your free Nestor Rifftrax…
PLEASE NOTE: Now that the holidays are over, the free download has ended. But you can still purchase the Nestor track for only $1.00 - And, while you’re over there, why not check out the Rifftrax catalogue and pick up a couple of their other fine commentary tracks (both Roadhouse and Star Trek V are personal faves)…
Just to whet your whistle and give you a taste of what you’re in store for, here’s a small preview of Nestor with the full Rifftrax experience…
Download the video preview of the Nestor Rifftrax:
Check out the rest of this year’s “Holiday Havoc” HERE
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