There are a number of changes in this second iteration of the MST3K Netflix revival that make it even more enjoyable than the first one.
Despite the prospect of the MST3K gang laying into “Killer Fish,” an abominable 1979 rip-off of “Jaws” and “Piranha,” it doesn’t seem to quite come
This is one of my favorite episodes of the entire Netflix revival of “Mystery Science Theater 3000.” The movie it features, 1979’s “The Day Time
Goodness gracious, the movie featured in this episode of Netflix’s MST3K Thanksgiving marathon is one of the worst I’ve seen so far. Released in 1989,
“Atlantic Rim” is the type of movie that’s genuinely terrible… but I’m not convinced that it’s fun-bad. Of course, it’s a bargain-basement rip-off of “Pacific
This second season of Netflix’s revival arrives cleverly presented as a marathon of six bad movies, beginning with the baffling 1988 turkey “Mac and Me.”
The 1987 voodoo-zombie horror yarn being given the MST3K treatment in this classic 1994 episode is truly, appallingly terrible: Starring a chain-smoking Adam West who
Returning nearly twenty years after its cancellation, “Mystery Science Theater 3000” found a somewhat unlikely new home at Netflix, which premiered this reboot in April
The final episode of Netflix’s reboot of the cult television show is one its strongest. The movie featured is, of course, terrible – this time,
It’s embarrassing to admit, but the movie covered by the gang in this episode (1966’s “The Christmas That Almost Wasn’t”) is the kind of movie
Maybe it’s that my patience is wearing thin with the cheesy B-movies that are featured on MST3K, but I hard a hard time getting through
This episode of MST3K finds the gang ripping into 1989’s “Wizards of the Lost Kingdom 2,” an in-name-only sequel to the genuinely terrible, unwatchable original.