Updates From The Walking Dead, Iron Fist, and More

The Walking Dead casts another important character from the comics. Guillermo del Toro promises Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark will retain the look of the book’s haunting illustrations. Tom Hardy’s in for the long haul with Venom. Plus, more Predator footage, and lots of kneeling in prayer from Suspiria and The Nun…

Big Trouble in Little China's Hero Returns to Fight a Hellish New Foe in Old Man Jack 

We’ll never need a big-screen sequel or (PLEASE NO) reboot of Big Trouble in Little China, because John Carpenter’s goofy cult comedy is the perfect self-contained cinematic experience. But we welcome all non-movie works that celebrate the film’s characters and mythology—like the upcoming board game, and brand-new…

The Trailer for Big Trouble in Little China: The Game Has Us Even More Excited to Start Playing It

Big Trouble in Little China is one of the most beloved cult movies of all time, and a tabletop game is the perfect extension of its crazy world of magic, monsters, and Kurt Russell. We’ve been pumped about Big Trouble in Little China: The Game for nearly a year, and we’re very excited to debut the official game…

The Art That Helped Make Big Trouble in Little China a Cult Classic Masterpiece

John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China has become a cult favorite for many reasons—its goofy mix of humor, action, and quotable lines; Kurt Russell’s Kurt Russell-ness—but the film’s visual style is also quite distinctive. The new book The Official Art of Big Trouble in Little China is devoted to collecting and…

Kurt Russell Is Getting His Own Art Show Because Sometimes the World Is a Good Place

Kurt Russell is one of the most fascinating actors in the world. From his start at Disney, to his background in baseball, his wacky comedies, insane list of cult classics, and current resurgence, it feels like there’s nothing he can’t do. So who better to be the subject of their own art show than Jack Burton, Snake…

Oh Hell Yes: Big Trouble in Little China and Escape From New York Are Crossing Over in a New Comic

The world may be full of bad news, but here’s a glimmer of joy, especially if you’re a fan of Kurt Russell and John Carpenter’s cinematic collaborations. Cult antiheroes Jack Burton and Snake Plissken will meet on the pages of a comic from Boom! Studios, and with the full approval of Carpenter.