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September 28, 2016 11:42 PM PDT
Join your guides of geek as Trevor checks out Storks and Kristian talks Beatles!  We also have a big list of upcoming events and all the details of our next Redeeming Features cast. Don't forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don't forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions. Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp. Enjoy! Important places to visit The Rufus Project Homepage kristianfletcher.com Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com *** The fine print *** Theme song: Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com News Theme: Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Geek Feature Theme: Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons Pop Culture Theme: Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Local Wildlife Theme: Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use... please attribute me if you use it!) Wrap Up Theme: Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Closing theme:
Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive
September 22, 2016 03:47 PM PDT
Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Anaconda from 1997.  Is it a great monster thriller from the heart of the Amazon River, or is it left floundering in the shallows? Can this cast be any more 90s?  Can a giant snake made from a combination of animatronics and CGI work?  Can the two singers survive? Can anyone tell us what Jon Voight's accent is meant to be?  Is this move redeemable? Listen on and find out! Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com This is also the second last episode on the old feed.  Please find "The Rufus Project Podcast" on your fave podcast app, or click here for the new feed.
Want to know more about Anaconda?
Anaconda trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkX5t5ZJLEk

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Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin' Jive - Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive
Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland
September 14, 2016 03:49 PM PDT
Join your guides of geek as Trevor talks about podcast developments and Kristian says celebrates 20 years of something spicy!  We also have all the details of our next Redeeming Features cast. Don't forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don't forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions. Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp. Enjoy! Important places to visit The Rufus Project Homepage kristianfletcher.com Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com *** The fine print *** Theme song: Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com News Theme: Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Geek Feature Theme: Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons Pop Culture Theme: Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Local Wildlife Theme: Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use... please attribute me if you use it!) Wrap Up Theme: Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Closing theme:
Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Wannabe - The Spice Girls used under fair use
September 10, 2016 10:33 PM PDT
Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Mystery Men from 1999.  Is it a great adaptation of an obscure comic book, or is its appeal a mystery? Can this many comedians work together?  Is that really Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush?  Is The Spleen the grossest super hero ever?  Can Trevor talk about this movie sensibly?  Is this move redeemable? Listen on and find out! Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com
Want to know more about Mystery Men?
Mystery Men trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weL-NjlIQ0E mystery_men **Fine print**
Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin' Jive - Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive
Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland All Star by Smash Mouth used under fair use
September 08, 2016 02:55 AM PDT
Hi all.  There may be a slight delay for this week's Redeeming Features Cast, but we have a super special treat for you. Here is an exclusive sneak preview of the new podcast coming to The Rufus Project in the not too distant future... What The History. Hosted by Suzie and Trevor Holland, What The History focuses on strange, bizarre and mysterious historical moments that will make you say "What the history?" Better yet, if you are short on time each episode is bite size - think of it as a tasty quick snack on the buffet table of history. If you want more, follow What The History on Facebook, or head to the What The History homepage for future updates.  And please let us know what you think of it in the comments section below. So please enjoy the first episode of What The History: The Money Pit and World War Poo! Suzie explores the Money Pit of Oak Island, Canada and Trevor checks out North African camel dung during World War II. WHAT THE HISTORY? Sources: MONEY PIT D’Arcy O’Connor 2004, The Secret Treasure of Oak Island: The Amazing True Story of a Centuries‐Old Treasure Hunt, Globe Pequot Press Lionel Fanthorpe, The Oak Island Mystery Graham Harris, Oak Island and its Lost Treasure The Museum of UnNatural Mystery, 1998 - http://www.unmuseum.org/oakisl.htm Oak Island Treasure - http://www.oakislandtreasure.co.uk/ WORLD WAR II CAMEL DUNG The Bacillus Subtilis Story - http://www.rense.com/general4/bac.htm 7 Creative Uses for Poop - http://mentalfloss.com/article/23998/7-creative-uses-poop German Soldiers Forced to Eat Poop - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/featured/german-soldiers-eat-poop.html 10 Interesting Facts about WWII - http://www.replicaweaponry.com/replica_collector_blog/10-interesting-facts-about-world-war-2/ Other stuff: The word history in the opening theme has been extracted from... History Never Repeats - Split Enz (1981) History Repeating - Propellerheads feat: Miss Shirley Bassey (1998) Flame Trees - Cold Chisel (1984) You're History - Shakespeare's Sister (1989) Centuries - Fall Out Boy (2015) All music used under fair use provisions.
September 01, 2016 12:26 AM PDT
Join your guides of geek as Trevor checks out one of the funkiest game series around and Kristian says farewell to another amazing performer... 2016, stop it!  We also have all the upcoming events and details of our next Redeeming Features cast. Don't forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don't forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions. Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp. Enjoy! Important places to visit The Rufus Project Homepage kristianfletcher.com Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com *** The fine print *** Theme song: Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com News Theme: Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Geek Feature Theme: Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons Pop Culture Theme: Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Local Wildlife Theme: Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use... please attribute me if you use it!) Wrap Up Theme: Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Closing theme:
Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive True Blue - Madonna (1986) used under fair use
August 26, 2016 12:49 AM PDT
Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Staying Alive from 1983.  Does Travolta still have the fever, or is this movie barely alive? Does the white suit appear?  Does it smoothly transition into the 80s?  Does the white suit make an appearance?  Does John Travolta ever stop talking?  Is this move redeemable? Listen on and find out! Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com
Want to know more about Staying Alive?
Staying Alive trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEhzjIjmICM Staying-Alive-John-Travolta **Fine print**
Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin' Jive - Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive
Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland
August 19, 2016 01:57 AM PDT

Join your guides of geek as Trevor checks out No Man's Sky on PS4 and Kristian celebrates the 58th birthday of Madonna. We also have all the upcoming events and details of our next Redeeming Features cast.

Don't forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don't forget our uStream channel for live events! Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions.

Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs! You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp.

Enjoy!

Important places to visit

The Rufus Project Homepage

kristianfletcher.com

Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners? Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com

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Theme song:

Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com

News Theme:

Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Geek Feature Theme:

Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons

Pop Culture Theme:

Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Local Wildlife Theme:

Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org

Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use... please attribute me if you use it!)

Wrap Up Theme:

Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

Closing theme:

Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive

True Blue - Madonna (1986) used under fair use

August 11, 2016 11:48 PM PDT
Kristian and Trevor take on the challenge of redeeming Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time from 2010.  Can it beat the video game to movie curse, or should it remain buried in the desert? Can Ben Kingsley be a good guy? Just how little can they have the princess wear and keep this movie PG? Does the deductive reasoning powers of the prince make him an ancestor of Sherlock Homes?  Is this move redeemable? Listen on and find out! Did we miss any redeeming features?  Do you think we were too generous or unfair?  Do you have a suggestion, or a challenge, for us to take on in the future?  Then get in touch with us by either leaving a comment on our homepageFacebook or Twitter, or email us at therufusproject@gmail.com
Want to know more about Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time?
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRy7JElB46c PoP screen **Fine print**
Opening theme sampled from The Jumpin' Jive - Van Alexander Orchestra (1939), available under public domain at The Internet Archive
Original lyrics and questionable singing by Trevor Holland
August 05, 2016 01:54 AM PDT
Join your guides of geek as Trevor checks out the recent hacking of the PS Vita hand held console and Kristian discusses the 40th anniversary of a very iconic song by an equally iconic band.  We also have all the upcoming events (including very special news about burlesquer extraordinaire and friend of the podcast, Violet von Dutch) and details of our next Redeeming Features cast. Don't forget to visit our YouTube channel for special features and gameplay videos and don't forget our uStream channel for live events!  Make sure you follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get regular news, podcast updates and to give us your feedback and suggestions. Want more? Check out our home page at rufusproject.com, then subscribe to The Rufus Project via your favourite Podcast app or over at Podomatic, and while there feel free to throw a few dollars our way via the donate button to help us cover hosting costs!  You can also wear our exclusive designs by heading to our shirt store store, or check out stuff we like over at Bandcamp. Enjoy! Important places to visit The Rufus Project Homepage kristianfletcher.com Violet von Dutch - RAW:BRISBANE PRESENTS REVEAL Do you have a product or service you think may be of interest to The Rufus Project listeners?  Please contact us at therufusproject@gmail.com *** The fine print *** Theme song: Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Stoned Moneys by Malter available under Creative Commons at Flashkit.com News Theme: Opening Theme Song by Fletcher Henderson (1945) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Geek Feature Theme: Press Start by Tuberz McGee from Temporal Duality: A Sonic CD Remix Album available under Creative Commons Pop Culture Theme: Red Hot Henry Brown by Georgia Melodians (1925) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Local Wildlife Theme: Dino Stomp by Richard E Moore available under creative commons at freesound.org Small Dog Bark sampled from the cute and fluffy Lucy by Trevor Holland (also available under creative commons for general use... please attribute me if you use it!) Wrap Up Theme: Forbes Farewell by US Marine Fife and Drum Corps (1902) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Closing theme:
Ain't We Got Fun by Benson Orchestra of Chicago (1921) available under public domain at The Internet Archive Dancing Queen - Abba (1976) used under fair use
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