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Remake, Reboot, and Sequel News To Make Your Head Explode: The Goonies, 12 Monkeys, and More

The “and more,” in this case, is a Police Academy reboot, potentially infuriating Point Break remake news, casting for Terminator: Genesis, and screaming. So, so much screaming. Everything is remakes. ONE OF US. ONE OF US.


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Stained Glass Window Movie Posters You Probably Need To Own

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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New Pop-Culture Art Premieres From Gallery 1988 Tomorrow

“Crazy 4 Cult: Back in New York,” which opens at 7 p.m. December 13 at 355A Bowery in Manhattan and will run through December 21, features some amazing works of pop-culture from an assortment of artists. Gallery 1988 is putting on their second New York show at a pop-up gallery in the city, though some items may be available in their online store after the opening. Take a look at a sampling!


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Funko Gives Us More Nostalgia With Back To The Future, Planet of the Apes, & Goonies Vinyl Figures

Funko has been great for giving us classic characters in their Pop! line of vinyl toys but it’s when they hit that certain nostalgia spot my wallet just opens all on its own. The latest? New series based on Planet of the Apes (so getting Dr. Zaius!), The Goonies, and one of my all-time favorites, Back to the Future.


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Guy Inserts Himself Into 80s Films And Chases After His Ex-Girlfriend [VIDEO]

Jon Marco has insured people will listen to his song “Rhianna.” How? He put together a music video for it starring himself in classic 80s films like Back to the Future, The Goonies, Teen Wolf, and more. The premise of the film is Marco chasing after an ex-girlfiend which, granted, is actually pretty creepy. Especially him chasing her as The Shining’s Jack Torrence. But the execution is impressive. My only other issue with the video is Marco gets to wear tons of awesome 80s movie outfits while Samantha Raye’s Rhianna stays in the same costume almost the whole way through. At least he put himself in the…well, you’ll see.

(via io9)

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Track Famous Characters’ Movements With These Awesome Movie Maps

Man, Harrison Ford sure does jet-set around a lot in his movies. Well, in the Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies, anyways. (There was no fourth Indiana Jones. I don’t want to hear it.) Artist Andrew Degraff gives us a better idea of how much travel famous characters rack up with his map versions of the aforementioned trilogies, plus The Goonies, North by Northwest, and Shaun of the Dead. They’re brilliantly designed, and I love them even if they make me feel kinda bad that the most traveling I ever do is home for the holidays and back.


And All Was Right With the World

Samwise Gamgee (or Sean Astin, If We’re Being Technical) Stars as Bilbo in This The Goonies/The Hobbit Trailer Mash-up [VIDEO]

First the Hobbit trailer got mashed up with Adventure Time. Now it’s The Goonies, courtesy of YouTube user Lance Ford. Sloth used to be Gothmog from The Lord of the Rings, and now he’s Gollum, too! Pretty cool. If we’re going to get more Hobbit trailer mashups, can I nominate Labyrinth? Or The Princess Bride. Give me all the ’80s nostalgia, basically.

(via: I Watch Stuff)

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Great, More Things We Want to Own: Awesome Original Poster Art of Some of Our Favorite Movies

Sometimes, the posters for our favorite movies just don’t match the things they make us feel. They’re too glossy, too obviously airbrushed, maybe they feature the faces of the actors a little (or a lot) more prominently than they do any actual idea of the movie. This is precisely what makes this poster art by artist Adam Rabalais so cool. The volume itself is impressive; the quality even more so. Click through the jump to see some of our favorites.