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Joel: “Wasp Woman,” site redesign on the way

"Riffing 2.0"? Shouldn't Rifftrax be 2.0? Isn't CT at least 3.0?

Cinematic Titanic fans recently got a bundle of good news from Joel, in their inboxes. First and foremost is the news that the next episode of Cinematic Titanic will be Roger Corman’s The Wasp Woman, a film which they’ve already performed live a couple of times. The episode will be available on DVD and for download on August 7th.

Beyond that, Joel says that they’re trying to set up a production schedule of releasing a new episode every six weeks, which suggests that we could see the series’ fourth installment as soon as September. And as you can see above, the Cinematic Titanic site will also be getting a much-needed makeover soon. Very sleek.

Lastly, the Cinematic Titanic folks will be embarking on another live show, on November 1st. This one will be in St. Louis, otherwise known as “Once Again, Nowhere Near Hugh.” Anyway, hit the jump for the Wasp Woman trailer.

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One Response

  1. Glad I live in Fargo, ND which is near Minneapolis. Me and a friend have our tickets for the Oct. 25 show. :) New trailer is hilarious. Wonder if they’ll reference the Saved By the Bell riffed version that Frank helmed, ;)

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