Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) is an American television comedy series created by Joel Hodgson and produced by Alternaversal Productions, LLC. The show premiered on KTMA (now WUCW) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 24, 1988. It later aired on The Comedy Channel/Comedy Central for seven seasons until its cancellation in 1996. After that, it was picked up by The Sci-Fi Channel and aired for three seasons until another cancellation in August 1999. A 60-episode syndication package titled The Mystery Science Theater Hour was produced in 1995. In 2015, Hodgson led a crowdfunded revival of the series with 14 episodes in its eleventh season, first released on Netflix on April 14, 2017, with another six-episode season following on November 22, 2018. As of 2019, 217 episodes and a feature film have been produced.
The Starfighters is one of the more painful MST3K episodes but certainly no fault of Mike, The Bot, or the writers. They stepped up to the plate and did better than one could expect. With such a boring movie, it just wasn’t enough.
If you ever want to introduce MST3K to a potential new fan, this is an excellent film to start with.
What’s Up Tiger Lily is a must-see for fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and of Woody Allen’s early comedy. (And fans of the Lovin Spoonful I guess).
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Xchange 7 out of 10: Any movie that starts out with the premise that society has purposely cloned hundreds of Stephen Baldwins embarks with one foot in the grave.
MST3K unsurprisingly is the way to go. The riffing is very good though as movie clearly provides ample material for both Mike and the bots. The commercial breaks are also breezy and fun.