The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, a good dog recreates The Office opening credits with the help of his owner. Plus, comedian and car collector Jay Leno gets up close and personal with an incredible recreation of the DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future, and SyFy takes a retrospective look at one of the weirdest sitcoms ever made: Dinosaurs. Read More »
Universal Pictures struck box office gold with Jurassic World, which made a staggering $1.6 billion worldwide in its theatrical run. The first trailer for that film’s sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, is set to arrive on Thursday, December 7, but before we catch a glimpse of what director J.A. Bayona has in store for us, some information about the movie has leaked from a new children’s book. It’s nothing major – it’s not like there’s word about Jeff Goldblum’s Dr. Ian Malcolm falling into a volcano or anything – but for those who consider information about new dinosaurs a spoiler, then you might want to sit this one out.
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Hulu had a big night at the Emmys last month by taking home the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series, beating Netflix to the punch with their series A Handmaid’s Tale. While Hulu has every intention of continuing to expand their original programming slate, they’re also dipping back into the library of nostalgic TV from the 1990s.
Sitcoms like Full House, Family Matters and Step by Step were recently made available on Hulu in their entirety, and now even more of the shows from ABC’s beloved TGIF line-up from the 1990s are coming to the streaming service. Boy Meets World, Home Improvement and the positively goofy series Dinosaurs are all available on Hulu now. Read More »
If you didn’t live through the 1990s, then you might not know that there was an inexplicably popular sitcom on ABC called Dinosaurs. Featuring actors in big rubber suits, the series was your average sitcom, but it just so happened to follow a family of walking, talking dinosaurs living during a time when Pangea was still a thing.
Now illustrator Jen Lewis has given Dinosaurs the upgrade it deserves by making the family of prehistoric beasts part of Steven Spielberg’s modern classic Jurassic Park. Earl Sinclair (the father), Fran Sinclair (the mother and Earl’s wife), their three children (son Robbie, daughter Charlene, and Baby Sinclair) and even Fran’s mother, Ethyl are all dinosaurs in the theme park. Plus, the show’s opening credits even get an amusing makeover.
Let the Jurassic Park Dinosaurs mash-up make your dreams come true below. Read More »
Didn’t get enough jokes on April Fools Day 2013? Here’s one of the better batches that popped up, on Funny or Die. The comedy site jumped on — or attacked — the Veronica Mars bandwagon and made Kickstarter pitch videos for movies based on classic ’90s TV shows. Shows like Sliders, Family Matters, Darkwing Duck, Wings and Dinosaurs. Check out the videos below. Read More »