If you get bummed every now and then that you weren’t able to ship off to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry when you turned 11 years old, we’ve got something that might soften the blow a little bit.
Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima are the artists responsible for creating the graphic style of all the Harry Potter movies. That includes posters for the Hogwarts text books, the Marauder’s Map, The Daily Prophet, The Black Family Tree, and much more. Now you can bring some of their incredible work home to decorate your house in the form of some incredibly detailed and amazing Harry Potter wallpaper created by Mina and Lima themselves. It looks straight out of the wizarding world. Read More »
This week’s physical media round-up brings home your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. You’ll also have a pleasant time at a midsummer festival, and hang out with not one, but two creepy dolls. These are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week.
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New York Comic-Con is almost underway, and with it comes a new assortment of pop culture art from our favorite artists. The folks at Bottleneck Gallery will have quite a collection of new prints coming to the convention, and we’re proud to exclusively debut Matt Ferguson‘s eagerly anticipated print for Tim Burton‘s Batman from 1989. It’s a stylized take on one of the most explosive moments of the film where Batman blows up Axis Chemicals remotely with his Batmobile. See the Matt Ferguson Batman poster below. Read More »
Back in August, we learned that Mortal Kombat 11 would be adding a couple interesting new characters to the fighting roster. The Terminator, Joker and Spawn are all being added to the video game over the next few months as downloadable content, but the first one out of the gate is the aged T-800 Terminator as portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator: Dark Fate. However, they clearly couldn’t afford to get the former Governator to do the voice himself. But we think the game developers made up for it by including a special move where the Terminator smashes a man’s genitals.
Watch the Mortal Kombat 11 Terminator gameplay footage below to see for yourself. Read More »
Quentin Tarantino is retiring from filmmaking (maybe), but that doesn’t mean he’s going to stop creating art. The director has said in the past he might take up novel writing – and even that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood originally started out as a book before he turned it into a film. In a new interview with a young up-and-coming filmmaker named Martin Scorsese, Tarantino reveals he’s currently in the midst of writing a book about a subject near and dear to his heart: movies. Bet you didn’t see that one coming! In Tarantino’s novel, a WWII vet has grown to loathe the junk being pumped out by Hollywood but has his interest in cinema rekindled once he discovers the wonderful world of foreign films.
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Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. But you’re definitely going to need your credit card if you want to get your hands on this Back the Future Part II screen print poster recreation of the original theatrical poster of the beloved time traveling sequel starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.
Bottleneck Gallery and Vice Press are teaming up to deliver this new Back to the Future Part II screen print poster, and what makes this release even more special is that you have the opportunity to order a version signed by legendary poster artist Drew Struzan himself. If you picked up the first poster with his autograph, then you might as well grab this one too, right? Read More »
Gallery 1988 has brought back their recurring pop culture art show Crazy 4 Cult for its 13th iteration,. This year brings a plethora of artists with new prints, sculptures, paintings and more that pay tribute to various cult favorites, blockbusters and more from the history of film and television. We’ve selected some of our favorites from the show including pieces paying tribute to The Blue Brothers, Beetlejuice, Jaws, The Shining, Mallrats, The Wizard of Oz, The Goonies, What We Do in the Shadows, The Dark Crystal, and many more. Check them out below. Read More »
The Spider-Man franchise is full of big action beats, explosions, and other special effects. But sometimes there are quiet moments, too. Like this Spider-Man: Far From Home deleted scene. This scene isn’t exactly what you’d call essential to the plot, but it is rather sweet in its simplicity. Also, as an added bonus, Marisa Tomei shows up at the end with bagels. That’s a big plus in my book.
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In case you missed the news, the Criterion Collection is releasing a massive box set containing high-definition digital transfers of all fifteen Godzilla films made between 1954 and 1975, released together for the first time. It’s a big deal, and even to a casual Godzilla fan like myself. The set arrives in October, and ahead of its release, Criterion has cut together a nifty little trailer to show us all what’s in store. Watch the Godzilla Criterion Collection box set trailer below.
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Yesterday brought the reveal of the first merchandise from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker thanks to a livestream event from Pinewood Studios in London. We’ve already rounded up the best action figures, Funko POPs, LEGO sets and more from the final chapter of the Skywalker saga, but now we’re going to focus on the merchandise that will be arriving alongside it from Lucasfilm’s first live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian.
Below, we’ve rounded up The Mandalorian toys and collectibles that we’re most excited to get our hands on. They’re not quite as plentiful as The Rise of Skywalker merch, but there’s some good stuff here. Read More »