We didn’t realize it then, but the summer of 1987 was an all-timer, at least at the movies. Over three hot months, Hollywood released several films we still hold near and dear to our hearts today, whether we consider them timeless classics or beloved shlock.
Even if you don’t know the name Rick Baker, you know his work. I guarantee it. From Star Wars to An American Werewolf in London, Men in Black to Ed Wood, Gremlins, Thriller, Hellboy, Baker’s work with make-up and effects is legendary. He’s got seven Oscars to prove it and now, a tribute art show.
A pair of hikers exploring the Grassy Narrows in Ontario stumbled upon a berry-fancying big foot. They described it as being "about eight feet long and all black." One hiker told CBC news, "The way it walked was upright, human-like, but more - I don't know how to describe it - more of a husky walk, I guess. It didn't…