It's hard to keep track of movie anniversaries as you go about your life, so when I was cruising the 'Net on the morning of June 20, I was very pleasantly reminded that Jaws hit theaters thirty-seven years ago.
E.T. will be arriving soon on Blu-ray, along with Spielberg’s other blockbuster, Jaws.
Universal recently hit its 100 year anniversary. At first, the studio was most famously the house of horror, home to genre favorites like Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf-Man, and the Creature From the Black Lagoon.
I can’t believe this much time has passed already, but one of the most incredible summers for genre movies is thirty years behind us now.
It's a topic of much debate and rage that all geeks know too well: George Lucas tampering with the Star Wars films. Still, in all fairness to Lucas, it's hard for any filmmaker to look back on their work, because all they see are mistakes in need of correction.
There's probably no faster way to rile up a geek than mentioning George Lucas redoing the hallowed Star Wars trilogy.
In movies, titles like Heaven’s Gate and Plan 9 From Outer Space are synonymous with disaster, with cars it’s the Edsel, and in gaming, it’s the video game adaptation of E.T.
As you probably already know by now, there's been an absolutely hilarious disturbance in the Force.
If we want to find intelligent aliens, we should be looking for signs of mining in extraterrestrial asteroid belts, argue two astrophysicists.