Coming back for its lucky 13th season, Mystery Science Theater 3000 goes it alone on an all-new, home-grown streaming platform.
Erin McKeown talks about touring, the genesis of her new album, and enjoying the holiday hang.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 returns with a short, but punchy, batch of new episodes. Should you dare attempt … The Gauntlet?
Although no new-to-DVD episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 seem likely to come our way anytime soon, Shout! Factory continues their efforts to return to print all the titles released by…
It’s Movie Sign one last time as Tony Redman and Dan Wiencek review the last collection of classic Mystery Science Theater 3000 on DVD.
What happens when 5 brilliant comic minds meet 12 cheesy movies? In a word (or two), “Cinematic Titanic.”
On June 18, Paul McCartney celebrated his 75th birthday. With enviable longevity and prodigious musical gifts, he’s amassed a legacy matched by only a tiny handful of artists. Much of…
After nearly 20 years, we have movie sign again: “Mystery Science Theater 3000” is back, and Popdose’s resident MSTies Tony Redman and Dan Wiencek are ready to dive in.
With the debut of an 11th season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 mere days away at the time of this writing, you could forgive a fan for finding himself a little distracted….
Your friends are liars., your family in pieces, and your country is confused. What do you do next?
Celebrate Turkey Day the MSTie way with Mystery Science Theater 3000, Volume XXXVII.
The best of the worst of movie and TV cliches. If you’ve seen ’em once, you know ’em all!
The Brooklyn five-piece returns with a hook-filled second album, Good Grief.
After six seasons, 52 episodes and innumerable dinner parties, put-downs and plot twists, Downton Abbey comes to an end.
Vikings, colossal beasts and evil hypnotists galore: time for another volume of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
With a new album coming in October, A Silent Film reflects on its present, its future and the joys of making music with your heart on your sleeve.
The skydivers, Creepy Girl and a carnivorous carpet: Popdose tackles the first-ever Mystery Science Theater DVD set.
While we continue to await news of Joel Hodgson’s long-teased reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Shout! Factory continues to do us MSTies right with its latest four-disk reissue. Mystery Science Theater…
From the mid-70s to the late 80s, John Carpenter was an industry unto himself, variously writing, directing, producing, scoring and/or appearing in a string of well-executed genre entertainments that relied…
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Volume XXXII, available March 24, comes to us without a theme or anniversary tie-in — just another slate of four pretty-funny-to-outright-hilarious outings with Joel, Mike, Crow…
Popdose’s resident “Mystery Science Theater 3000” gurus Dan Wiencek and Tony Redman review the “MST3K Turkey Day Collection”. Will these turkeys fly high or fall like a rock?
The Popdose staff discusses Pink Floyd’s swan song.
Popdose’s resident MSTies Dan Wiencek and Tony Redman team up to review “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXX”!
This article can be summed up in one quote: “I will pay someone to shoot you, Walsh.”
Andy Partridge thought XTC’s breakout album never sounded right. Now it does.
Animation’s most hapless family returns.
What if Macca didn’t play anything by the you-know-whos?
What can you learn from a 944-page book on the Beatles? Let’s start with these seven things.
One Popdoser’s personal best-of playlist.
Get ready for the fifth season of TV’s most convoluted cartoon.