Kingdom Hearts fans know how to wait. They’ve probably played the waiting game for longer than they’ve played any of the Kingdom Hearts games, so these next few months until the release of Kingdom Hearts 3 should be a piece of cake after we’ve already waited 13 years. It’s fine. It’s totally fine.
But wait! Before you go crazy waiting for Kingdom Hearts 3 to hit shelves on January 25, 2019, the wait for any and all Kingdom Hearts content will be a tiny bit shorter thanks to a Kingdom Hearts VR experience debuting on the PlayStation VR this holiday season. It’ll be a perfect way to bide the time while we wait to play with Baymax and the heroes of Big Hero 6, who were just teased in the latest Kingdom Hearts 3 gameplay trailer.
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If you’ve ever wanted to swing through the skies like Spider-Man, well, this guy’s Kickstarter project may be the closest you actually get. But for the next best thing, PlayStation 4 users can play Marvel’s Spider-Man, Sony Interactive and Insomniac Games’ spectacular new video game featuring your friendly neighborhood webslinger as its protagonist. The game is available right now, and Sony has debuted a cool new launch trailer that showcases many of the story’s villains. Check it out below. Read More »
The LEGO Harry Potter video games have been around for years. The entire franchise was split into two parts with the first game release in 2010 cover The Sorcerer’s Stone through The Goblet of Fire while the second game that came out in 2011 covers The Order of the Phoenix through The Deathly Hallows. They’ve been available on the older generation of video game consoles, but now they’re coming to the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for the first time, remastered into one single game. Read More »
Anyone who survived the 1980s and 1990s are more than familiar with the Chia Pet, mostly because of their infectious commercial jingle (“Ch-ch-ch-chia!”) that always seems to be playing on a TV late at night. But Chia Pets have come a long way since the early days of rams and sheep.
Thanks to NECA, soon you’ll be able to get a wide variety of pop culture inspired Chia Pets, and even more are coming from your favorite TV shows and movies, including Rick and Morty, Stranger Things, Golden Girls, Gremlins, Predator, Ghostbusters and more. Read More »
Just in time for the filmmaker’s birthday on September 7, Waxwork Records is releasing three Dario Argento scores on vinyl. With the remake of Argento’s Suspiria already generating plenty of buzz, it’s the perfect time to revisit the haunting, memorable scores from three of his most iconic films – Profondo Rosso, Inferno and Phenomena. More on the Argento vinyl scores below.
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(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.)
Greeting, physical media phiends. This week’s Blu-ray column rounds up some of the must-have titles available to buy right now (or very soon). There’s the surprisingly funny Deadpool 2, Criterion’s fantastic The Tree of Life Blu-ray, A24’s terrifying Hereditary, Leigh Whannell‘s awesome sci-fi horror flick Upgrade, and AMC’s spooky series The Terror.
Here are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week and beyond.
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Marvel’s Spider-Man is one of the best superhero video games I’ve ever played. It’s an exciting, expansive adventure with a cinematic story, escalating action, and personal stakes. In short, it’s everything I’ve ever wanted in a Spider-Man game.
Read on for the rest of our Marvel’s Spider-Man review, including a description of the gameplay, some story elements, and much more. Read More »
The trademark white mask of slasher Michael Myers from the horror classic Halloween has been a staple of the spooky holiday. There’s always at least one person slowly, skulking around the neighborhood with a kitchen knife in hand, sending chills down the spine of those who know the true evil that lurks behind the mask. This year, that person might have an even more horrifying Michael Myers mask, and you can too.
With the 2018 sequel to Halloween hitting theaters next month, bringing us back to Haddonfield, Illinois 40 years after the horrific Halloween murders terrified the town, a new Michael Myers mask is hitting shelves featuring the worn down, aged version of the mask that we’ll see in theaters. Check out the Halloween 2018 Michael Myers mask below. Read More »
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There’s already a documentary being filmed about the last Blockbuster Video store in operation in the United States up in Bend, Oregon. And that’s about to get a little more exciting with the unveiling of an official Blockbuster beer.
The 10 Barrel Brewing company, owned by Anheuser-Busch, is releasing a limited edition Blockbuster inspired beer that will be released at a special block party at the surviving video store. And there are only a handful of places you’ll be able to get it after that. Find out more about the Last Blockbuster beer below. Read More »
Crimson Peak suffered at the box office, primarily because of poor marketing. The gloriously gothic romance was sold as a straight-up horror film, and that’s not exactly what Guillermo del Toro was delivering. A vocal cult following for the film has sprung up since the theatrical release, and now Arrow Video is set to distribute a Crimson Peak Blu-ray that gives the movie the attention it deserves.
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