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Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Straight Outta Compton – $ 13.2 million ($ 134.1 million total)

2. War Room – $ 11.0 million ($ 11.0 million total)

3. Mission Impossible Rogue Nation – $ 8.3 million ($ 170.3 million total)

4. No Escape – $ 8.2 million ($ 10.3 million total)

5. Sinister 2

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Movie Redo of the Day:

In honor of another Terminator sequel being in theaters, CineFix gave Terminator 2: Judgment Day an 8-bit remake:

Movie Props of the Day:

Wes Anderson‘s love for literature comes through in this supercut of all the fake books featured in his movies (via Devour):

Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Jurassic World – $ 204.6 million ($ 204.6 million total)

2. Spy – $ 16.0 million ($ 56.9 million total)

3. San Andreas – $ 11.0 million ($ 119.3 million total)

4. Insidious Chapter 3 – $ 7.3 million ($ 37.3 million total)

5. Pitch Perfect 2 – $

Mike Huckabee is an outspoken conservative, and a presidential hopeful, but he just can’t seem to stop associating with suspected/confirmed child molesters!

According to reports, John Perry, co-author of two books with Huckabee, was accused of molesting children. This, after Huckabee spoke out in defense of child molester Josh Duggar.

Perry co-wrote Character Is the Issue, and Do the Right Thing: Inside the Movement That’s Bringing Common Sense Back to

Back in 2013, I wrote a Last Horror Blog entry chronicling some great novels that Hollywood should consider bringing to the screen. Of course, with centuries of material to choose from, that list was only going to scratch the surface of all the titles worthy of making the transition from the page to the multiplex. So, I’m back with another batch of books that would make fantastic fright… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: More Creepy Books That Would Make Great Movies