OH. MY. GOD.
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.
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…
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!
Everybody loves a gorgeous spaceship that can zoom through the cosmos — but there's something majestic and beautiful about a space station, that stays in one place or orbits one planet. Here are some of the most beautifully designed space stations in any universe.
During its 10 years on the air, Mystery Science Theater 3000 was often smart, sometimes mean, and always funny. It was rarely disturbing, but when you have nearly 200 episodes with five host segments to fill — those skits on-board the Satellite of Love not set in the theater — you’re going to encounter some dark…
The first round of our tournament to determine the best sci-fi and fantasy show of them all is now in the books, and 32 teams are left to battle it out for the title. Vote now and decide the bracket fates of Doctor Who, The X-Files, Twilight Zone, Fringe, Lost, Game of Thrones, both Battlestar Galacticas, three Star…
Over the course of 10 seasons, the folks at Mystery Science Theater 3000 mocked nearly 200 movies. The films were bad, but watchably bad thanks in part to commentary from the show's trio of B-movie snarkers. But how did the MST3K team select films that walked that line between bad and atrocious?
One amazing fan compiled a single joke from every single episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 into one, glorious video. It's amazing, fantastic and even has one great "MITCHELL" scream! It's 14 wonderful minutes, and worth every second. So, which episode (or movie) is the very best MST3K?
Here's the most amazing moment from Italian superhero film The Puma Man. It's already been featured on MST3K, but we had to pay tribute to it ourselves.
Just how much does the Russian TV show Project Popcorn ape Mystery Science Theater 3000? Check out the theme song. Something tells me nobody from the original MST3K was consulted on this.
Poor Natalie. First she's seriously injured and left brain-dead in a car-crash. Then when her soul gets loose from her body, a gothy "Soultaker" (Joe Estevez!) impersonates her mom, and watches her take a bath. Death would be way better.
When it comes to cheesy science-fiction films, The Green Slime may be the greatest of all. It's so iconic, it featured in the never-aired Mystery Science Theatre 3000 pilot, and now it's coming to DVD. Here's an exclusive monster-rampage clip.
The real Mystery Science Theater 3000 could never afford to tackle big-budget disasters like Star Trek V, but that didn't stop an intrepid group of fans. The fan MST3K of The Final Frontier is a thing of beauty.
Even if you're a massive science fiction fan, there are probably still some great shows you've yet to discover. But for massively long-running shows, where to begin? Here's our guide to how to start watching twenty classic science fiction shows.
Even though the films Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot razzed were famously unwatchable, the advertising for these Z-grade flicks wasn't half bad. In fact, a few of these posters are downright sublime — we mean you, Deathstalker III.
What's the best part about living in the distant future? There's so much more past for you to explore! We take a look at some of science fiction's most illustrious antiquarians.
Planet Earth might be home sweet home, but is it really humanity's birthplace? We explore science fiction stories where humans come from everywhere but Earth, be it by colonization, alien experiments, or good old-fashioned panspermia.