The Raspberry Brothers
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The best kept secret in music


"We hate people who talk during movies, unless they're really funny!
And these guys are…if you miss the old Mystery Science Theater 3000 (and who
doesn't?) then these sarcastic quipsters, working live without a net, will do
your heart good."
-J.C Shakespeare, Austin Chronicle - Austin Chronicle

"Hecklers par excellence"
- Chris Garcia, Austin American Statesman - Austin American Statesman

I've yet to leave one of their shows without laughing my ass off.
- New York Improv Resource Center


The Raspberry Brothers have given their loving treatment to the following films:

Top Gun
Karate Kid
Dirty Dancing
Crossroads (starring Britney Spears)
Red Dawn
Point Break
Lost Boys
Nude on the Moon
Masters of the Universe
Can't Stop the Music
Double Agent 73
Star Trek 5
The Gruesome Twosome
Snakes on a Plane
Invasion of the Bee Girls
Mac and Me
KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
John Travolta Marathon
It's a Wonderful Life



* Live commentary with America's favorite bad movies, as three comedians sit front row center.

* Jerm Pollet heads the crew with over seven years experience of consistently sold-out shows at Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas and $4,000,000 in ticket sales.

* Touring shows at colleges, movie theaters, and private gigs all over the United States. Corporate clients include Dell, IBM, and Id Software.

* Write-ups in the press include The New Yorker, Christian Science Monitor, and AAA Magazine (funny, but true).

* Jerm’s live commentary shows led to a TV show on Austin’s NBC station, with weekly episodes airing every Saturday right after Saturday Night Live.

* Theme attire, sing-alongs, and drinking games are all part of the fun. It’s not just a movie; it’s a party!

* Voted Best Comedy Show by the Austin Chronicle three years in a row, and by Study Breaks, the most popular national college magazine.