The ultra-low-budget series built a fiercely loyal fan base over the past few decades — and now Mystery Science Theater 3000 could be coming back to the small screen.
A new streaming deal means we might see even more of the Satellite of Love online in the future.
Joel Hodgson has plans for the future of the late, great MST3K.
It sounds too good to be true, but the Mystery Science Theater 3000 crew is coming back to television. It’s about time.
Half the country's snowed in, and let's face it, some of us are still getting over a New Year's hangover, so let's start off 2014 by staying in and watching movies.
It’s almost Turkey Day, and what better way to celebrate than with an intriguingly goofy tidbit about a series that became a Thanksgiving tradition in the 1990s — Mystery Science Theater 3000.
During its opening weekend, the original Twilight movie grossed $69,637,740. This Kickstarter, which has grossed over $100k so far, deserves to earn at least that.
From Mystery Science Theater 3000 to your mobile phone, this is Manos: The Hands of Fate.
In eleven years, Mystery Science Theater tackled 197 episodes and one feature-length movie worth of the worst of the worst in genre film. That's a whole lot of sandwich, Dagwood. Still, for every bad movie they did take on, how many more exist? Here's a better question — how did they choose the films they did lampoon?
Imagine a world where geekiness was a desired trait and non-geeks aspired to become more like us. This one web series does. And it's pretty hilarious.