For most people, the extent of our knowledge of paper art ends with drawing-on-some... or, maybe, origami. But there’s more. A lot more. And you can see paper at its most fantastic in the work of artist Cory Collins.
Since superheroes usually come from comics, they tend to translate rather well into visual art. That goes double when the superheroes are animated, which makes Incredibles 2 just about the perfect subject for an art show.
With any luck, in the coming years, the 1980s cult classic The Last Starfighter will make a comeback. Until then, we can live vicariously through this wonderful piece of art and hope for more like it.
Short of owning their own dinosaur, any kid who watched Jurassic Park wanted one thing: the night vision goggles.
Thanks to It, Gerald’s Game, the upcoming Castle Rock, and even The Mist and The Dark Tower, Stephen King is hot in Hollywood again. But just because the film and TV industries are once again taking notice of the legendary writer doesn’t mean fans have ever forgotten him.
If you had the board game Fireball Island in the ‘80s, odds are you never forgot it. Not just because it was a wild game that let you race marbles around and knock out opposing players, but because the box and board were so ridiculously massive. That original game was shelved by Milton Bradley long ago but, as of…
Did you ever put on your Han Solo pants and think, “I wish this Corellian Bloodstripe went all the way down to the floor?” Well, now it can.
No one knows if we’ll ever see “Bill” S. Preston Esq and “Ted” Theodore Logan together on the big screen again, but you can see them every day with this gorgeous new poster.
If you like Easter eggs, posters, and genre movies, today is your lucky day.
Last week’s penultimate episodes of Star Wars Rebels introduced us to a wild new concept within the current canon of the galaxy far, far away—one filled with references to Star Wars’ past and future. This neat edit of a few key scenes makes those references explicit in a pretty satisfying way.
With price tags starting around $200, collecting Hot Toys can be a dangerous hobby. To put it another way, if collecting Hot Toys is a disease, the release of a movie like Avengers: Infinity War is the outbreak that could wipe all the collectors out.
Whether they realize it or not, anyone who has been on social media over the past few years knows the work of Truck Torrance, aka 100% Soft. He makes the emojis that often auto-populate for Star Wars, Marvel, the X-Men, and so many others. And, this weekend, he’s bringing his instantly recognizable and wholly pleasing…
We’ve all seen a lot of Star Wars fan art over the years, yes? Well, you’ve never seen anything like this. This is basically all of it put together in one big, beautiful image.
Pop culture is filled with iconic characters, but how many can you identify just from their eyes? It’s a question posted by painter Jason Edmiston in his latest gallery exhibit, Eyes Without a Face 2.
It’s the sick Triceratops from Jurassic Park, of course!
I don’t think I’ll ever forget the first time I saw the throne room scene in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It’s expertly crafted to mess with expectations, and then builds to a level of intensity and excitement that’s almost unparalleled in Star Wars films. That excitement even translates to 16 bits.
You really can find anything on the internet. Like, for example, this video of movie clips edited to “sing” the relentlessly cheery ‘90s hit “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by the Proclaimers. It’s something you’d never think to watch or make, but now that it exists, we’re all better for it.
As something of an authority on building large, Lego Millennium Falcons, I have to say, this is the coolest one ever.
It’s pretty rare when the film leading all nominees at the Academy Awards is a genre movie, but that happened this year. Guillermo del Toro’s beautiful movie, The Shape of Water, got 13 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, and it’s cause for celebration.