Mystery Science Theater 3000 Manos The Hand Of Fate
Arguably the worst movie that our lovable pals Joel, Crow, and Tom Servo have ever had the pain of watching, "Manos: Hands of Fate" is destined to be an "MST3K" classic for this very reason. Not only is there a sparse, illogical plot, but the cinematography is nonsensical (note Servo's point about the endless countryside ride in Texas). That said, "Manos" must be watched, and cringed at, and commented on by its viewers because of the director's amazingly awful vision of what a horror film should be.
Join Joel and his "robot friends" as they're forced to endure two of the worst movies ever made. To maintain their sanity, they hilariously skewer the films' performaces, special effects and dialogue.
ewton’s Third Law of Motion states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Sure, there’s math to back that up, but the far more compelling proof is in the treatment accorded Manos The Hands Of Fate by those physicists of comedy at Mystery Science Theater 3000. Consider this legendary low point in film history, which depicts a family that gets lost en route to a vacation and stumbles into the lair of a cult.