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Movies & TV
From Star Wars showing up in the Indiana Jones universe to a potshot at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s acting prowess, these movie easter eggs may have been overlooked.
If you’re a fan of the Back to the Future trilogy, owning George McFly’s journal, classy DeLorean wall art, and a light-up Flux Capacitor might pique your interest.
You no doubt spent countless hours watching old-school ’80s cartoons like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, He-Man, and DuckTales, but we bet you never knew these facts.
John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween spawned handful of not so amazing sequels, but Michael Myers became a beloved character and left us with a lot of cool trivia.
It’s always fascinating to watch a news anchor drop her clothes while she’s on the air; it’s even more impressive when she doesn’t skip a beat in her script while she strips.
We’ve, ahem, dug up movie clips featuring zombies exiting the ground hand-first — along with cowboys, pirates, and telekinetic prom queens.
Nobody from the new Evil Dead has become huge stars — yet. But these 8 stars got their start in horror movies, so it can still happen.
Grab a sixer of blood-flavored beer and watch these GIFs of Friday the 13th star Jason Voorhees treating people with respect, er, hacking people up.
Eccentric director Stanley Kubrick’s rendition of Stephen King’s “The Shining” came out in 1980 — and we’re still learning facts about it more than 30 years later.