Today, Voyage to the Stars is officially available to humans (and non-humans) everywhere. Starring Felicia Day (The Guild, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog) as scatterbrained scientist Elsa Rankfort, Colton Dunn (Superstore, Key & Peele, Parks & Recreation) as wholly unqualified Captain Tucker Lentz, Steve Berg (The Good Place, Tag, The Goldbergs) as apathetic technician Stew Merkel, and Janet Varney (You’re The Worst, […]
Round two of the Gauntlet features a fake version of Pacific Rim from the producers of “Sharknado”. Also, can Jonah make another classic hit?
The finale to the Gauntlet is “Ator the Fighting Eagle”, the prequel to “Cave Dwellers”. Can Jonah survive this, or will Kinga declare victory? Well, she’ll never forget the Gauntlet, but for a very different reason.
The fifth movie in the Gauntlet features Lee Majors in a heist movie that involves some man-eating fish guarding stolen jewels.
Kinga, though, thinks she can taste victory.
The second half of the Gauntlet starts with a weird alien movie involving a family in the desert. The host segments are better, especially the return of a long-lost character.
Halfway through the Gauntlet, Moon 13 gives Jonah an undersea horror of a movie, while a new mad scientist arrives. However, Kinga and Max’s plan to terrorize Jonah through puppets fizzles out quickly.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 celebrates its 30th anniversary by shoving six bad movies in a row on Jonah, Servo and Crow.
Can they survive the Gauntlet, or at least a movie that’s a poor imitation of ET?
Mystery Science Theater 3000 wouldn’t be complete without a holiday movie.
A review of the eleventh season of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and some speculation about what might happen
next year, if Netflix approves more episodes.
The season finale features Doug McClure in another action movie, while Kinga plans her shotgun wedding with Jonah. It ends with a cliffhanger that might mean changes in the Satellite of Love.