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Film on Vinyl: The Blob

It’s time for another installment of one of the best columns discussing soundtracks on vinyl, Film on Vinyl. Many people hate remakes of classic movies. More often than not, the remake isn’t being made as love letter to the original, but as a money grab. This week on Film on Vinyl we’ll be taking a […]

Film On Vinyl: Halloween (2018)

It’s time for another installment of one of the best columns discussing soundtracks on vinyl, Film on Vinyl. Very few movie monsters have truly frightened people liked Michael Meyers. He is the embodiment of everything that terrifies about the dark. He is THE boogeyman. So, to celebrate his return to the big screen, it’s time […]

Collector’s Corner: Jumanji Game Piece Set

From the vinyl loving, movie-obsessed mind that brought you Film on Vinyl, comes Collector’s Corner. This column delves deeper into the world of movie-themed toys, posters, collectibles and other oddball memorabilia to feed your inner geek. Next up on the shelf: Chronicle Collectible’s Jumanji Pieces. Toys. Who doesn’t love toys? I know I do, or […]

Film on Vinyl: John Carpenter’s The Thing

It’s time to blow the dust off that record player and celebrate the return of everyone’s favorite (so all the cool kids are saying) column discussing soundtracks on vinyl, Film on Vinyl. It’s been too long since Joe Donohue has given us the lowdown on the best movie soundtracks pressed on the oh-so- sweet vinyl […]

Collector’s Corner: Lapel Pins

Next up on the Collector's Corner shelf is the humongous world of tiny, movie-themed lapel pins.

Film on Vinyl: ’90s Cartoon Classics

The '90s gave birth to some of the best cartoons every created, and Enjoy the Ride Records has bottled them all up into one amazing compilation.

Film on Vinyl: Waxwork Double Feature

Next up on Film on Vinyl's playlist is a Waxwork Records double feature: "Friday the 13th Part III" and "Tales from the Darkside."

Collector’s Corner: Minimal Prints

Movie posters are a lost art in the world of cinema marketing, but one artist is using minimalism to bring the art form back in a major way.