After introducing a whole bunch of neat cast members such as Patton Oswalt, Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, the Mystery Science 3000 has ended, raising a record-breaking $5.76 million dollars.
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Whenever a beloved project like Mystery Science Theater 3000 returns to life, there’s always the danger that it’s going to be a pale simulacrum of the original. Or so awful that it tarnishes the original version. But the new MST3K is uniquely positioned to avoid these pitfalls—not just because of what it was, but how…
In the not too distant future... we could be getting brand new episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000, courtesy of original human host Joel Hodgson! But for an extremely steep Kickstarter goal.
Ninjutsu, the art of the ninja, is an ancient, closely guarded tradition of stealth, martial arts and assassination that is only taught to the most skilled of Japanese warriors… and pretty much any white dude who happens to be in the neighborhood. Seriously, it’s like ninjas have their own version of Affirmative…
Although Mystery Science Theater 3000 was dedicated to making fun of bad movies, not all the movies the show featured were truly awful. Many were merely crappy, but some of them were so ineptly made, so heinous, so unwatchable that trying to imagine viewing them without Joel, Mike and the ’Bots is terrifying. Here are…
Look, we all know the worst part of Thanksgiving is dealing with your family. So if you're not into watching football, then you should be happy that MST3K's Turkey Day marathon is returning on the show's official YouTube channel, including special intros from creator/star Joel Hodgson!
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown has been airing on television since 1966, and the folks behind Mystery Science Theater 3000 and RiffTrax decided it was due for an update. They add their snarky audio to a few scenes from the classic Halloween special.
Mystery Science Theater 3000's Joel Hodgson and Trace Beaulieu will reunite on Freaks and Geeks' creator Paul Feig's new webseries on Yahoo. With those three people involved, I'd be content to watch them read the phone book, but apparently it's going to be a scifi comedy series called Other Space.
Joel and the 'Bots take their infamous Invention Exchange inventions to the judges of Shark Tank, and attempt to sell them to varying results. Oh, the internet, I would chide you for taking so long to have this obvious idea, but the result is still so perfect I can't help but love you anyways.
Vimeo has just gobbled up 80 episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000, but more importantly this deal includes the rights to FUTURE episodes of MST3K that aren't already available on iTunes or Hulu!
Ninjutsu, the art of the ninja, is an ancient, closely guarded tradition of stealth, martial arts and assassination that is only taught to the most skilled of Japanese warriors… and pretty much any white dude who happens to be in the neighborhood. Seriously, it's like ninjas have their…
It seems foolish to say that movies about giant bipedal monsters who can shoot atomic rays out of their mouths can ever be considered normal, but it's true. we're used to Godzilla, Gamera and King Kong. But some giant monster movies don't follow the rules, and the results are sometimes entertaining, sometimes awful,…
Tucked away in this fantastic Wired article about the history of MST3K comes the amazing news that creator Joel Hodgson is trying to bring back the beloved series — this time online, and with a brand-new host.
Can robots learn how to love? If you've watched or read any amount of scifi, you know the answer is definitely yes. But not all robots learn how to love wisely or well. In fact, some of them are pretty crappy at it. Here are just a few androids, AIs and automatons that have no business being in relationships.
And I say this having owned every Mystery Science Theater 3000 poster produced. Created by artist Steve Seck, it combines the greatest characters, monsters, aliens and Puma Men from the movies the show mocked into one gigantic group.
Yes, it's official — Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Rifftax's Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett are returning to TV to make fun of some of the National Geopgraphic channel's programming in Total Riff-Off. And we're proud to debut this first-ever clip!
It's hard to overstate importance of Ranma ½ to the U.S. anime fandom. Long before Dragonball Z or Pokémon, Rumiko Takahashi's martial arts comedy about a boy who changed genders whenever he's hit with hot or cold water created the first wave of anime fans who actually knew the word anime. And now Ranma ½ is back,…
Good news! Weird news! This news is both good and weird! Mike Nelson, Kevin Mutphy and Bill Corbett — former stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and now Rifftrax — are making three episodes of a riff-based show for the National Geographic channel!