Premiering today on RoosterTeeth.com and AchievementHunter.com, check out the hilarious new b-movie skewering series THEATER MODE. Grab a bowl of popcorn, an extra large soda, and pull up a spot on the couch for an unforgettable movie watching experience. The guys from Achievement Hunter are determined to sit through some of the worst B-movies ever made… and they want you to suffer along with them.
Watch along and experience these guilty pleasures of cinema with the Achievement Hunter team as they comment, critique, and pan the film in their hilariously comical style. New episodes of Theater Mode premiere each month exclusively for subscribers.
“Theater Mode combines the best and worst of entertainment into a big, disgusting, boob-infused cocktail of blood and poor acting. Making fun of the hard work of others has been the cornerstone of our company, and getting to finally do it to films as well? Let’s just say my self-worth has skyrocketed,” says Geoff Ramsey, Rooster Teeth co-founder.
As part of Rooster Teeth’s subscription video platform, Theater Mode will be available exclusively to subscribers (known in the Rooster Teeth community as “Sponsors”) via RoosterTeeth.com, AchievementHunter.com, or the Rooster Teeth App. Rooster Teeth’s official mobile video platform is available for free in the App Store and Google Play.
Users may sign up for a FREE 30-day Sponsorship trial in the app or at RoosterTeeth.com/Sponsorship and receive instant access to all Sponsor benefits (early and/or exclusive access to content, access to live broadcasts, and a 5% discount on Rooster Teeth store merchandise). Following the trial period, Sponsorship runs $4.99 per month recurring. Rooster Teeth is a pioneering studio responsible for some of the biggest online series in history, such as the award-winning and longest-running web series, “Red vs. Blue.” Rooster Teeth also produces the globally acclaimed animated series “RWBY,” the first western anime series to be distributed in Japan, the award-winning “Rooster Teeth Podcast,” and “Immersion,” a reality format that brings video game theory to the real world.