Every year, Gremlins is one of the more non-traditional Christmas movies that families like to enjoy. It’s not exactly filled with holiday joy and cheer, but it features a batch of nasty little monsters unleashed on a small town after a family is a little too careless with a unique creature called a Mogwai. And soon you’ll be able to experience this delightful little holiday horror package in an all-new way.
Regal Cinemas has announced they’ll be bringing Gremlins back to theaters next month. But instead of just being your traditional theatrical re-release, it will be shown in the immersive 4DX format, which includes moving seats and various effects that stimulate your senses. Find out more about the Gremlins 4DX release below. Read More »
This weekend, Avengers: Endgame will undoubtedly go down in the history books with what will be one of the biggest box office debuts of all-time. The experience of seeing this movie in theaters with a packed crowd of hungry fans eager to see how this era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to an end will already be something you’ll remember for the rest of your life. But that’s not good enough for those behind the unique 4DX format that turns blockbuster movies into theatrical theme park rides.
Avengers: Endgame will be the first movie to utilize “Signature Character Motions” that are unique to each of the 10 main superheroes left standing after the rest of The Avengers turned to dust following the snap of Thanos. Find out exactly what that means for your Avengers Endgame 4DX experience below. Read More »
Paramount is so determined to scare the hell out of you with Pet Sematary that they’re going to release it in 4DX. You won’t just watch the movie, you’ll live it, complete with rain, fog, scents, rumbling seats, and actual corpses coming back to life! Okay I made that last part up, but you never know. While 4DX tends to be reserved more for big, loud, special-effects driven blockbusters, Paramount must be confident that a totally immersive sensory experience is going to make the new Pet Sematary even more terrifying. More on the Pet Sematary 4DX screenings below.
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Since the earliest days of the film industry, movie studios have had two options: adapt or die. But this latest step from one of the biggest studios in the game could be a leap in the wrong direction.
Sony Pictures has announced that thirteen of its films will be released in the 4DX format next year. 4DX movies are the ones in which your seat shifts underneath you and you’re pummeled with smells, blasts of air, and drops of water based on what is happening on screen. You know what this means: get ready to be neuralized for real during Men in Black International. Read More »
Jaws may have set the bar for killer shark movies, but even if nothing comes close to Steven Spielberg’s 1975 smash hit, shark films will never go out of style in Hollywood. Both The Shallows and 47 Meters Down performed well at the box office recently, and now we’re about to see The Meg, which pits a giant prehistoric beast against a cast that includes Jason Statham and Rainn Wilson.
Watch the first The Meg trailer below, and read about the experience of seeing the trailer in 4DX.
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4DX movie theaters haven’t quite taken off in the United States yet, but that’s not stopping 4D company CJ 4DPLEX from plowing ahead with a new innovation. That innovation: 4DX with ScreenX, which turns movie watching into something akin to a wonderful dream or a terrifying nightmare. Take your pick!
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Rian Johnson‘s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the highest-grossing movie of 2017 in the United States, was recently pulled from Chinese theaters due to its catastrophic second-weekend drop of 92% at box office. But even without much help from the ever-important Chinese market, the film is still performing very well internationally, grossing about $80 million more overseas than it has stateside.
Japanese audiences are being treated to an especially interesting option for viewing Lucasfilm’s latest adventure: 4DX. But this ain’t your daddy’s 4DX, with just shaking seats and bursts of air and other “immersive” reactions. Nope – this has all that, plus the ability to see a “light side” or “dark side” version of the film with all sorts of customization specifically assigned to each version. Read about the Star Wars The Last Jedi 4DX experience below.
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Why simply sit back and watch wrestling when you could actually feel it? That’s what the folks behind El Rey’s Lucha Underground are counting on, at least, as the wrestling reality show will be the first TV series to be screened in the 4DX cinema format. Climb into the ring and read the Lucha Underground 4DX information below.
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Though it hasn’t become quite as widespread as the recent iteration of 3D movies, there has definitely been a rise in 4D entertainment in movie theaters. Whether it’s 4DX or D-Box movies, some audiences are interested in experiencing movies with a seat that moves, shakes and vibrates with the action on the big screen. And now a tech company wants to bring that experience into your house.
French company Immersit has a new prototype device (with the same name as the company) that will turn your couch into a 4D ride simulator for movies and video games, and apparently it works pretty well.
Learn more about the Immersit 4D home entertainment system below! Read More »
Violent shaking, swirling winds, billowing smoke, and that’s just inside the movie theater. Since the opening of the United States’ first 4DX theater in Los Angeles, CA last year, there really hasn’t been quite as perfect a marriage of experience and material as that theater and San Andreas. Where a film like Transformers: Age of Extinction certainly works in 4DX, San Andreas is about characters being in an environment that moves around. (That being an earthquake.) So, unlike other action movies that have used the technology, it seemed like, at least on the surface, San Andreas would be the perfect film for /Film to use as our triumphant return to 4DX.
So, was it worth it? Find out in our San Andreas 4DX video blog. Read More »