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Purple Roundy was not only a tenacious competitor, but also the pride of Phoenix, and 30 years later, one of the most popular competitors in American Gladiators history. Where is he now? We seek out answers.
Pinball manufacturer Multimorphic, Inc. announced in a teaser video the upcoming release of an officially licensed Weird Al pinball machine titled Weird Al's Museum of Natural Hilarity. Unlike most newly-manufactured pinball machines, the Weird Al pinball game will be released in as a kit upgrade...
The animated sci-fi classic, Heavy Metal is arriving for the first time on 4K Ultra HD on April 19th within a limited edition SteelBook format from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
In 1994, ReBoot, the first full-length, fully CGI-animated series would debut and change the entertainment landscape forever. This is its story, told by its creators.
As awkward as that time in our lives may have been, we could always count on our trusted television friends to let us know that we weren’t alone in wanting to replace who we were with what we wished would be.
Arriving March 15, 2022 on Blu-ray and digital, Dream a Little Dream is part of the amazing Vestron Video Collector’s Series.
Michael Whelan is one of the world’s most renowned book cover artists, with an unprecedented number of Hugo, World Fantasy, and Chesley awards for his 40-plus years to his credit. And in 2009, he became the first living artist to be inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame.
Riding a wave of nostalgia, ‘Surf Nazis Must Die’ Blu-ray arrives on February 8th, 2022 and comes packed with all-new special features.
Deep-cut genre label Vestron Video is back with another fun and frightening release with ‘Candyman: Day of the Dead’ on Blu-ray.
‘Ghostbusters: Year One’ scratches that nostalgic itch and provides a tantalizing link between the first movie and ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife.’