In 1966, a suspense/horror film titled Manos: The Hands of Fate sought to creep out American audiences with the story of a wayward family ensnared by an insidious cult. In reality, it was hailed as one of the worst movies ever produced. It probably would have decomposed in a film vault somewhere, never to be spooled again, if it wasn't for the cult TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000. In a 1993 episode, Joel Hodgson and his robot pals tore into the campy flick with their signature commentary, bringing it back into the zeitgeist. Among fans of the show, it's never left.