Krull
Krull

In Theaters Thu, Aug 23, Sat, Aug 25

RiffTrax Live

Krull

PG-13 , 130 Minutes

For the first time in this or any other galaxy, the RiffTrax crew is delighted to take on the sci-fi fantasy classic KRULL. Directed by Peter Yates, who also made BULLITT, THE DRESSER, and BREAKING AWAY comes this thrilling, swashbuckling space opera.

For the first time in this or any other galaxy, the RiffTrax crew is delighted to take on the sci-fi fantasy classic KRULL. Directed by Peter Yates, who also made BULLITT, THE DRESSER, and BREAKING AWAY comes this thrilling, swashbuckling space opera.

Travel to the magical planet Krull, where people travel freely through time and space, and yet everything is still lit with torches. Here Princess Lyssa and Prince Colwyn plan to marry and rule the land. But wait! The fair kingdom is invaded by a beast, appropriately named The Beast, and his army of Slayers, who slay a LOT.

Princess Lyssa is kidnapped and it’s up to Colwyn to rescue her. Naturally he assembles a rag-tag band of misfits to help him. A wizard! A cyclops! Another wizard! A Robbie Coltrane and a Liam Neeson!  Will Colwyn save his Princess from the clutches of dark magic? Probably! And he’ll do it with the help of his magical throwing toy, the Glaive.

Join Bill, Mike and Kevin on their epic joke-fueled journey to the land of KRULL!

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Run Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

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Meet the Riffers

Meet the Riffers

Michael J. Nelson

Michael J. Nelson

Michael J. Nelson

As the former host and writer of the Emmy-nominated, Peabody Award-winning Mystery Science Theater 3000®, Nelson has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, written a regular column for TV Guide and authored many best-selling books.
Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Perhaps best known as the man behind the plucky red robot Tom Servo on Mystery Science Theater 3000®, Murphy is also author of the bestselling book A Year at the Movies: One Man’s Filmgoing Odyssey and has been a regular contributor to NPR’s Weekend Edition and Wits.
Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett

A former writer and performer for Mystery Science Theater 3000®, Corbett was the voice of the robot “Crow” (version 2.0), as well as many other strange characters including the clueless alien “The Observer” (a.k.a. “Brain Guy”). Corbett is also a screenwriter and an internationally-produced playwright.
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