Accelerating out of an airlock, I hear staccato synth music pump through my spacecraft's speakers; starlight studs the periphery, interspersed with splashes of mauve nebulae and interstellar dust. Around me: the cosmos. However many shandies deep I am, I'm buzzed.
Like "South Park" has done incrementally over the years, the frequently hilarious CGI sci-fi spoof series baked in Canada, "Tripping the Rift" has taken deeper steps into the lowbrow muck with each season. As of Season 3 of "Tripping the Rift," we're now handed just about everything short of computer-aided penetration in this episode run filled with lampooning of familiar sci fi and horror territories such as "The Terminator," "Eraser," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "The Empire Strikes Back," "Snakes On a Plane," "Aliens Vs. Predator" and "Frankenstein.
Tripping the Rift : Season 2. No score yet Awaiting 4 more reviews. Syfy Season Premiere Date: July 27,
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Tripping The Rift is a computer-animated sci-fi parody created by Chris Moeller and Chuck Austen of "The Draco" infamy in as a short film released on the Internet. The film gained popularity, especially after being shown on the Sci Fi Channeland was made into a television series in featuring a group of smugglers trying to scrape a living while going perilous adventures. Community Showcase More.
Tripping the Rift is SciFi Channel's new comedy. Using CGI-animation and grotesque adult humour, Tripping the Rift is something new and exciting for the whole family. Providing that family is old enough to at least buy beer. Has serious sexual issues.
Smut and sleaze in animation are hardly new, but where Comedy Centrals South Park made schoolboy humor even less of an art form that it already was, the latest crop of young-adult cartoons are reaching lows even the potty-mouthed Stan Marsh and Eric Cartman couldnt have predicted. In the last several months everyone from MTV to Spike TV has jumped on the adult toon bandwagon, and now the Sci Fi Channel is getting in on the act with its first ever original animated show. The ship is controlled by a neurotic A.