Back in the late 1970s, the now defunct Bell Communications was in trouble: If they couldn't improve their public image, they wouldn't last much longer.
Their solution? The weird and laughably bad “Telezonia” - an musical educational special designed to teach children how to use a telephone. Designed to be as politically correct and racially tolerant as humanly possible, its full of accidental racism and sexism, plot-holes, possible pedophiles and children stupid enough to willing follow badly dressed strangers into magically grown telephones. Needless to say, Bell Communications was later broken up by region.
This special is one of the memorials to their legacy. Join Kubu-kun The Sound Ninja (Christopher W. Reynolds) and Tsuba-kun The Bullseye Ninja (Kendall F. Stovall) as they rip Telezonia to shreds.
We love Mystery Science Theater 3000. In fact, for the majority of us, we've grown up being fans for almost as long as we can remember.
At our 4 year anniversary appearance, we premiered a new kind of ninjaHELL! show: one where we made fun of a full piece of media, instead of just making fun of various clips.
We call them "NinjaHELL! Presents", and these are the films and shorts that have gotten the riff treatment...