December 6. Mark it down. That’s when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is releasing the long-rumored, and previously only internationally available, “Black and Chrome” version of Mad Max: Fury Road. And that’s not all: the company is releasing the whole franchise in one box set.
Anyone who has ever had a pet knows the inevitable will happen, and that the circle of life is cruel and unavoidable. But when a dog, cat, horse, or other creature dies in a genre movie, the circumstances are often shaped by bizarre forces—supernatural, weird-science, and otherwise—that make a tragic loss even worse.…
In case you missed it, here’s our awesome video about the original Max Max trilogy! Which jaw-dropping scene was so dangerous the stunt man refused food or drink for 12 hours beforehand, anticipating that he might have to rush into surgery right after? Watch, learn, and get even more hyped for Mad Max: Fury Road.
This is a nice exercise in film editing, and in comparing the new Mad Max movie to its predecessors. Youtube user Mad Max Dedication uses footage from Mad Max II that matches footage in the Fury Road teaser from ComicCon to make a trailer for The Road Warrior that looks really great.
If you've ever fantasized about living in the world of the Mad Max movies, you owe it to yourself to get to the California desert in late September for the annual Road Warrior-inspired festival. This year's Wasteland Weekend promises crazier punk fetishwear... and huge-ass Road Warrior gates with ginormous weaponry.
The mad-human crush of the San Diego Comic Con looms, with almost 150,000 people attending over the Con's five days, starting tomorrow. Never fear, though. Here are 10 other hungry swarms that'll curdle your blood in advance.
Tyler Stout designs incredibly detailed screenprinted movie posters that give classic science fiction films an updated look while offering newer movies a touch of vintage Hollywood charm.