• Mike DeRuyter

    ★★ Added by Mike DeRuyter

    A classic of "bad" cinema. Harold P. Warren presciently thought this movie would do better overdubbed as a comedy, and boy was he right. The success of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode is testament to this film's unintentional hilarity. What more needs to be said?


  • Isaac von Schmitt

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Isaac von Schmitt 02 Sep, 2014

    I'm not sure if this was more, or less painful a second time around. I certainly rated it better this time though, so thats something. I guess?


  • Mel S

    ½ Watched by Mel S 01 Sep, 2012



  • RedTedOverdrive

    ½ Watched by RedTedOverdrive 16 Aug, 2014

    Well this movie's a complete mess.

    The acting's collosally terrible, with the only interesting character being Torgo.The writing is actually some of the worst I've ever encountered in a movie, not that it matters because the script for this thing was probably only 12 pages. The worst part is the editing, which is atrocious. Every scene has a long stretch of awkward silence like the camera was kept rolling even after the scene ended, and the actors all stand around…


  • Aaron

    ½ Added by Aaron 28

    “I am Torgo. I take care of the place while the Master is away.”

    It was the very witching time of night, and Hal P. Warren, heavy-hearted and crestfallen, pursued his travels homeward, alongside the barren wastelands which stretch beside El Paso, and which he had traversed so cheerily in the afternoon. It was the night of the unveiling of his masterpiece, Manos: The Hands of Fate. The air that afternoon had been heavy and humid, but it couldn’t dampen…


  • John

    ½ Added by John

    Still prefer this over Transformers


  • Jovica

    Watched by Jovica 11 Jul, 2014

    hahaha... must see!


  • Thomas Roche

    ½ Added by Thomas Roche

    Yes, it's true. A film widely regarded as one of the worst ever made is, in fact, bad. Really bad. That is all.


  • Ju Eu

    ★½ Watched by Ju Eu 09 Jun, 2014

    A family on a road trip is lost in the middle of nowhere and has no other choice but to stay in a satanists house.


    Wow. That was Bad!

    Deliciously bad.

    The Master's costume was pretty cool.


  • Patrick Mullen

    ½ Rewatched by Patrick Mullen 05 Jun, 2014

    This film is remarkable. It has the thinnest of plots, dialogue scenes with clearly one person dubbing both voices, and the greatest character in the history of film: Torgo.

    I still don't know what happened at the end because it's shot and edited in a way that defies all logic.


  • Katherine

    ½ Watched by Katherine 19 May, 2014

    Does watching the MST3K version count


  • David Winsnes

    ½ Watched by David Winsnes 15 May, 2014

    I think there is a pretty creepy horror film hidden somewhere under all diarrhea that is the actual Manos: The Hands of Fate.