Tripping the Rift is a CGI science fiction comedy television series. The universe is modeled largely after the Star Trek universe, with references to 'warp drive' and 'transporter' beam ... See full summary »
What begins for Chode and crew as a routine mission to protect a pissed-off princess will soon become a filth- splattered saga of dismembered royalty, indestructible clown assassins and ... See full summary »
The Dirty Dozen goes interstellar in this exciting new ongoing Sci Fi series about a group of rogues, rebels, and outcasts who try to stop forces threatening the Confederation from outside, and within.
A young, attractive and successful publisher has a hidden secret. She is adopted and originally from Pinecrest. When she gets the job to visit an author in the small town of Pinecrest she ... See full summary »
Parodying, among others, Star Trek and Star Wars, Captain Chode and the crew of the Free Enterprize are attacked by Chode's long time nemesis, Darph Bobo. Will Chode survive? Will Bobo's soldiers survive? Will anyone survive, for that matter? Written by
"Tripping the Rift" is a hilarious comedic send up of "Star Trek", "Star Wars", and pretty much any other science fiction film or television show that takes itself too seriously. Be warned that extensive profanity, extreme violence and brief nudity means that the kids, grandma, and anyone else easily offended or damaged should be kicked out of the room before this gets played. The computer animation is excellent and the voice acting is superb. I was surprised to learn that Stephen Root (News Radio, Office Space) and Terry Farrell (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) were among the voice actors. The music and sound effects editing are also quite strong. The trailer for the sequel has been released, so we can expect more fun from the creative, twisted folks who brought you Tripping the Rift.
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