Next month, you can journey back in time — not 65 million years to the Jurassic period – but 25 years, to the 1993 release of Jurassic Park.
The Steven Spielberg film that launched an indomitable blockbuster franchise is welcoming you back to the park with a theatrical re-release in honor of Jurassic Park‘s 25th anniversary. But you better run fast (and not in heels) to the box office: Jurassic Park will only be returning to theaters for three days this September.
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When it comes to horror movies directed by John Carpenter and starring Jamie Lee Curtis, of course Halloween gets all the glory. But don’t sleep on The Fog, a landmark horror classic that reunited the two in 1980 and is also worth your attention every time the spooky season rolls around. And if you haven’t gotten a chance to see the film featuring a creeping, cursed cloud of mist inhabited by ghost pirates, this fall will be the best time to catch it on the big screen.
The Fog is returning to theaters with its first ever 4K restoration from Studiocanal, and it’s coming to theaters just in time for Halloween with a release set for late October. Find out more about The Fog returning to theaters below. Read More »
Mondo Gallery, the pop culture haven based out of Austin, Texas, has announced that it will be hosting a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles art show later this month, and naturally, they’re throwing a pizza party to celebrate. Cowabunga, dudes.
Keep reading to see a few of the pieces that will be on display, from artists like Dave Perillo, Matt Ryan Tobin, and more.
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Summer is coming to a close sooner than later, which means we’ll soon be seeing the return of anything and everything with pumpkin spice and Halloween decorations will be all over the seasonal aisles of your favorite stores. But it also means cool things are afoot, like elaborate corn mazes inspired by your favorite supernatural Netflix shows.
Exploration Acres, a popular destination in Northwest Indiana for pumpkin patch exploring and corn maze running, has unveiled their latest corn maze design. It’s basically a corn grown poster for Stranger Things, and it’s easily one of the coolest corn mazes we’ve ever seen. Read More »
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San Diego Comic-Con is full of special experiences and installations, trying to convince fans to check out the latest movies and TV shows that Hollywood has to offer. However, this year’s convention had a surprising installation that came out of left field but was welcomed with open arms just the same.
Inspired by the 1993 sci-fi action blockbuster Demolition Man (starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock), the fast food chain Taco Bell decided to make good on the prediction made by the film for the year 2032, when the movie takes place. You see, in the future, Taco Bell apparently won what is dubbed the “franchise wars,” and every restaurant in the merged metropolis of San Angeles is now a Taco Bell. So Comic-Con was treated to an upscale Taco Bell dining experience that is way fancier than anything you’ve ever gotten from their drive-thru, and we checked it out first-hand. Read More »
Last year, to celebrate the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the movie-mocking comedy series went on tour across the country with new host Jonah Ray and his robot companions Tom Servo and Crow T. robot. The series revival has yet another season on the way, but this year they have even more to celebrate.
This year marks the 30th anniversary for Mystery Science Theater 3000, so the show is going on another celebratory live tour with two entirely new movies to make fun of. And what’s even better about the new live tour is that series creator and original host Joel Hodgson will be getting back into his red jumpsuit alongside Jonah Ray this time. Find out when and where you can catch the Mystery Science Theater 3000 live tour below. Read More »
Warner Bros. is casting a Dark Mark over Harry Potter fan festivals across the country. The studio is cracking down on unofficial local fan festivals for the beloved fantasy series, leaving fans upset that the studio is sucking the joy out of fan events. And we thought Dementors were bad.
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Lionsgate has announced that they will be launching a Now You See Me Live magic show tour, based on its magic heist film franchise. The show won’t feature Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco, but instead stand-ins from the international world of magic. Below, watch a trailer and find out more.
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Last year, director Michael Dougherty‘s 2007 Halloween classic Trick ‘r Treat served as the inspiration for one of the scare zones at Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios Orlando. That apparently went over so well that this year the movie is being adapted into all-new mazes, both in the Florida park and across the country at Universal Studios Hollywood. Read More »
The world of Wakanda as depicted in Ryan Coogler‘s box office juggernaut Black Panther is a cultural oasis in which people from different backgrounds work together for a common cause. That fully-realized and detailed world was incredible to behold, and inspired by that vision, one family has put together a cultural oasis of its own in an attempt to replicate the feelings of creativity and unity in our world.
The first ever WakandaCon is coming to Chicago this summer. Read all about it below, including how to get tickets and how to participate even if you can’t make it to Illinois. Read More »