Retro Saturday Morning: Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles (1966-67)(CBS)

Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles is an animated television show, produced by Hanna-Barbera for CBS in 1966. Each half-hour consisted of one Frankenstein Jr. story and two with the Impossibles. It ran for two seasons before complaints about violence in children's television led to the series' cancellation.


Retro Sci-Fi: Attack Of The 50ft Woman (1958)

Nancy knows what she saw, and is convinced that she is no longer the crazy person she once was, so she flees her adulterous husband and returns to the dessert to find evidence to prove her story. She finds the UFO but its alien pilot uses a strange ray on her and she soon grows to an enormous size.
Wizards (1977): I'm too old for this sort of thing. Just wake me up when the planet's destroyed

Ralph Bakshi had long had an interest in fantasy, and had been drawing fantasy artwork as far back as 1955, while he was still in high school. READ MORE
The Mandalorian ... Spaghetti Western Style

Submitted for your approval, not just one, but two fan made Madalorian trailers ... spaghetti western style:


A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (CBS)(1973)

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is an Emmy award-winning animated television special based on the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz, directed by Phil Roman and Bill Melendez. It originally aired on CBS on November 20, 1973 and continues to air annually in the United States on a date near to the Thanksgiving holiday. It has aired on ABC since 2001.  READ MORE

Everything You Need to Know About She-Hulk

She-Hulk AKA Jennifer Walters is not only a super important Avenger AND member of the Fantastic Four, she is also just exceedingly unique.

Robocop Returns finds a new director

As we all know DISTRICT 9 and CHAPPIE director Neill Blomkamp was working on a direct sequel to Paul Verhoeven's original ROBOCOP flick called ROBOCOP RETURNS. He has since left the film but today we've learned that LITTLE MONSTERS director Abe Forsythe will take over! READ MORE

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