Jabba Sail Barge

Soon, you could acquire your own four-foot long prototype of one of the most notorious vehicles in the Star Wars universe. Maybe.

The Jabba Sail Barge may officially make it to toy form, thanks to Hasbro’s crowdfunding toy initiative. The result: an elaborate, detailed replica of the Hutt crime lord’s luxurious barge that you can add to your Star Wars toy collection. If it makes its crowfunding goal in time.

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BIll & Ted's Excellent Adventure Print

Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, but artist Matt Ryan Tobin and the collectible art house Skuzzles wanted to celebrate a little early.

A new Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure print will be available tomorrow, and needless to say, it’s simply excellent. But that’s not all, because the sequel Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey has a limited edition print you probably missed. You can check them both out and find out how to get them below. Read More »

Hero Complex Gallery is doing spring the right way with the kind of Easter egg hunt that cinephiles like you and me enjoy the most.

Artists Ape Meets Girl (AKA Kevin M. Wilson) and Vance Kelly are teaming up for a special gallery show called Easter Eggs, and if you’re familiar with their artwork, like the Gremlins print we featured not too long ago, than you know exactly what to expect. Their artwork pays tribute not just to a single movie but dozens of movies by laying Easter eggs referencing other films throughout.

Hero Complex Gallery is playing this show pretty close to the vest, but they’ve exclusively given us two new pieces that will be debuting. One will make sci-fi fans very happy while the other one will be a must-have for any Quentin Tarantino Afficionado. Read More »

downsizing contest

Alexander Payne‘s Downsizing hits Blu-ray this week. In honor of the release, we have a prize pack for those of you who enjoy free things. See the details for the Downsizing contest below.

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Star Wars Battlefront 4 Concept Art

Years before Disney bought Lucasfilm and essentially cleaned house of all the previous Star Wars projects in development, there was one major project from a galaxy far, far away that got canceled and really disappointed fans.

Star Wars Battlefront III got the axe in 2008 when game developers Free Radical suddenly lost the rights to develop the game despite spending years working on it. Fans never got to play the game despite the fact that it was essentially complete at the time it was canceled. Since developers were finishing up the third installment, they had already started developing the fourth installment.

Star Wars Battlefront 4 would have been a radical departure from previous installments by following an alternate saga timeline, one that turned iconic Jedi to the dark side, and villains into Jedi. If just the mere idea of an alternate timeline like this in the Star Wars universe is too much to handle, wait until you see Star Wars Battlefront 4 concept art of characters like Obi-Wan Kenobi and Leia in dark side gear. It would have been quite the twisted version of Star Wars. Read More »

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LEGO DeLorean Time Machine

The way I see it, if you’re going to build a time machine, why not make it out of tens of thousands of building blocks?

That’s exactly what master builders Russell Søren-Larsen and Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught did when they were got permission from Universal Pictures to create a massive replica of the Back to the Future DeLorean time machine out of thousands of LEGO bricks. More specifically, this LEGO DeLorean time machine is made up of 65,143 pieces and it took the duo (and a team of five other dedicated builders) 290 hours to put it all together. See their incredible work below. Read More »

Roger Corman Library

Shout! Factory has snapped up the rights to 270 films from B-movie master Roger Corman. This deal will enable Shout! Factory to not only redistribute the films on Blu-ray, but also reboot certain titles into new films. Time for the million dollar Slumber Party Massacre reboot! More on the Shout! Factory Roger Corman Library deal below.

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Jurassic Park T-Rex Statue

Since science and technology has not yet allowed us to bring dinosaurs back to life (and likely never will), but you can have the next best thing thanks to a gorgeous new statue being produced by Chronicle Collectibles and Iron Studios.

Few on-screen creatures rival the terrifying presence of the tyrannosaurus rex from the original Jurassic Park. Between the sound of those footsteps, the power of that roar, and the hunger in those eyes, the carnivore might as well have been brought back to life in front of our very eyes for as real as she seemed. Now you can bring her home in the form of a tenth scale statue that looks positively stunning. Read More »

Last Jedi Novelization

Some Star Wars fans had a problem with Daisy Ridley‘s character Rey using the famed Jedi mind trick in The Force Awakens when her knowledge of the Force seemed so limited. Well, worry no more! The recently released Last Jedi novelization finally provides an explanation for Rey’s mind-trick-mastery.

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Blu-ray 3/13

(Welcome to Not Dead Yet, a feature dedicated to new Blu-ray releases and what special features you should be excited about. Because yes, some of us still like to own physical copies of our movies.)

Welcome back to another Blu-ray round-up. There’s something for everyone here! The comic-book bombast of Justice League; the romanticism of Call Me By Your Name; a Martin Scorsese masterpiece in the form of The Age of Innocence; indie comedy courtesy of The Disaster Artist and I, Tonya; the ’80s charm of Joe Dante’s The ‘Burbs; and, uh, Downsizing!

Here are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week, and beyond.

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