We’d like to wish Stephen King a very happy birthday today by highlighting some of his most memorable movie moments. The now 68-year-old author has inspired many great and some not-so-great adaptations and original works, and we look forward to many more.
King’s first published novel, Carrie, was also the first of his works to become a movie, which was directed by Brian De Palma. We can probably thank King… Continue reading Celebrate Stephen King's Birthday with These Great Movie Moments
Jurassic World hasn’t even opened yet and people are already talking about a sequel. And why not? The fourth film in this ever-beloved franchise is on track to make a ton of money in its opening weekend. Unless the movie is a total critical disaster that everyone hates, a follow-up will happen, even if director Colin Trevorrow won’t be around to yell “Action!” and “Cut!”… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: Celebrate 'Jurassic World' by Watching a Movie Where Astronauts Fight Dinosaurs
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for Earth Day-themed movie culture:
Here’s future Joker, current WWF Global Ambassador and figurative wooly mammoth Jared Leto urging you to support the World Wildlife Fund on Earth Day with a generous donation:
Edward Norton also posted an Earth Day message after taking the Google Doodle quiz urging you to donate to his own chosen… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Celebrate Earth Day with Jared Leto, Edward Norton, Captain Planet and More
Happy Rex Manning Day!
In case you aren’t familiar with Rex Manning Day, it’s a momentous day in the cult hit Empire Records because it’s the day fictional recording artist (and icon) Rex Manning comes to the record store for a signing.
It’s also a day Empire Records fans like to celebrate because… they can? (And because it’s the date listed… Continue reading 5 Ways 'Empire Records' Fans Can Celebrate Rex Manning Day
Horror icon and zombie-film legend George Romero turned 75 yesterday, so there’s no better time to celebrate the rich and varied career of one of America’s most beloved maverick filmmakers than with a retrospective of his work. However, instead of pointing out the obvious films everyone’s likely to watch this week (the Dead movies), I thought it would… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Celebrate George Romero's 75th Birthday with These Non-'Living Dead' Films