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  1. Chris Columbus Shares Why Gremlins Is Being Rebooted, And Its Star Wars Inspiration

    Someone fed the movie after midnight. And got water on it.

    In an interview with Peter Sciretta of /Film, Chris Columbus shared some insight as to why he wants to give Gremlins a reboot.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Slick New Wonder Woman Art of War Statue

    Remember those DC Nation Wonder Woman shorts from 2013 by Robert Valley? Well DC Collectibles has made that super-cool lady their next installment to the "Art of War" line. Sadly no roller-skating Giganta. Yet.

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  3. Why Gremlins Is the Scariest Film I’ve Ever Seen

    I love Halloween. Like many of you, it’s one my favorite times of year. It provides an excuse for watching horror movies for a month straight and for eating enough candy to make me see sounds. The thing is, though, while I enjoy watching Sam Neill slowly driven mad in the film In the Mouth of Madness or watching Pinhead discuss the virtues of wearing a leather dress in Hellraiser, horror films don’t scare me.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Priorities in Game Development Might Not Be Great for Diversity

    Yes, we're still upset about this one.

    "Look at how the feces squish and plop with realistic physics! Hmm? What do you mean by, 'priorities'?"

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  5. Goonies/Gremlins Writer Chris Columbus Reportedly Producing Sequels to Both Movies

    Do `80s movies multiply when you get them wet?

    It looks like Goonies rumors never say die. Goonies director Richard Donner has been vocal about a sequel lately, and it looks like he might not have been just playing with our emotions. Now there are rumors that Chris Columbus, who wrote both The Goonies and Gremlins, is on board to produce sequels to both of the `80s classics.

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  6. Look At This Fantastic Image From Empire Magazine‘s 30th Anniversary Gremlins Reunion

    Uh oh.

    Shut up with your 30 years.

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  7. Craig Davison Paints Children and the Fictional Characters They Pretend to Play

    Our Adorable Past

    Craig Davison has a series of paintings where he depicts kids in pretend play, and the character's they're emulating. The result is pretty adorable. Many more can be found on his site.

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  8. Stained Glass Window Movie Posters You Probably Need To Own

    Get In Loser We're Going Shopping

    Twin brother designers Van Orton Design have created these beautiful stained glass versions of various movie posters and they are prettttty awesome. Check out this gorgeousness - info on how to buy a poster is on their FaceBook page if you love them so much you need to own one... or all.

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  9. Black Milk’s Halloween Fashions Are Perfect For Scaring Your Roommate, Joining The Addams Family

    Bloody Good Fun

    Black Milk have some new items up for sale just in time for Halloween mischief. Or, I should say, most of these are up for sale. The designers had select items available for just 48 hours but you should still be able to get most of the collection if you're so inclined. Take a look at the macabre, the quirky, and some new licensed pieces inspired by horror classics.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Art Nouveau Katniss Everdeen

    Things We Saw Today

    By Megan Lara, available in shirt or poster form at RedBubble.

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  11. Worship at the Altar of Geekiness With the Help of These Sci-Fi Gargoyles

    old gods do new jobs

    There's a chapel in France where the gargoyles are super-geeky. No, I'm not talking about this kind of geeky gargoyle. I mean that some architectural spirit animal of mine made gargoyles inspired by geeky movies and TV. If you like Alien and Gremlins and are somewhat macabre and inclined to matrimony, I think I've found the perfect place for you to get hitched.

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  12. Gremlins Might Be Getting a Reboot, Time to Pray It Doesn’t Happen

    Here's a timeless adage for you that all of Hollywood swears by: When in doubt, just reboot a cinematic classic from the 1980s. It's happened before countless times in the past with the end result always being a malformed abomination of what it once was. Having run the well of novel ideas dry years ago, film executives are already on the prowl in their reboot creeper van scoping out unsuspecting '80s flicks they've convinced themselves are in desperate need of a modern makeover. The latest victim they've set their money-hungry eyes on: The 1984 horror comedy Gremlins. Run, Gizmo! Run far away and don't look back!

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  13. Warner Bros. Is Trying to Reboot Gremlins. Yes, Really.

    Oh Hollywood

    It was only a matter of time. Vulture is reporting that Warner Bros. is trying their damnedest to get the reboot rights for '80s classic Gremlins, because if there's anything Hollywood's been crying out for it's a Gremlins remake, clearly.

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  14. Things We Saw Today: Creepy Mogwai Pumpkin

    Things We Saw Today

    This Mogwai pumpkin was carved by Trevor Grove of VillaFane Studios. I know Gizmo's a good Mogwai, but that doesn't make this any less terrifying. (Geeks are Sexy)

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  15. Patrick Schoenmaker Illustrates Our Childhood With Star Wars, Gremlins, & Indy

    Our Adorable Past

    Artist Patrick Schoenmaker has done work for both commercial and non-commercial entities but he's just a normal fan like you or I. Well, maybe not exactly. Schoenmaker is working on an Indiana Jones animated project "just for fun." Can't say I've ever attempted the same. Check out the progress he's made as well as some of his Star Wars and Gremlins work!

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  16. ’80s Movies Imagined as ’80s Games

    Next month, LA's Gallery 1988 will be putting on an art show called the 3G Show. But tributes to the third generation of mobile cellular phone standards need not apply: Rather, the three G's are Ghostbusters, Goonies, and Gremlins. Brilliant.

    Heroic pixel artist Jude Buffum is entering his imaginings of the three G's as 8-bit games. Hit the jump for his takes on Goonies and Gremlins:

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