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Friday, September 28, 2018

Movie Hype: NHM 3D Theater Opens Next Week, Mad Heidi, Prospect & The Long Dumb Road

The Natural History Museum is opening up a new 3D theater on Monday. Though, there's a nice 3D theater nearby for the Science Center, the NHM 3D Theater will be showcasing other works. We guess the Natural History Museum just wanted their own.

From press release:
For the inaugural show, NHM will present the Los Angeles debut of Oceans 3D: Our Blue Planet, a coproduction by BBC Earth and OceanX Media, narrated by Kate Winslet. Oceans 3D tells the untold stories of the sea's most astonishing creatures and takes the audience on a global odyssey to discover the largest and least explored habitat on Earth, with the help of new ocean science and technology. Viewers will swim alongside leaping dolphins, sharks, whales, and sea turtles, dive around coral reef ecosystems and journey to the depths of the ocean floor and encounter some of the most extreme and exotic animals ever discovered.
Oceans 3D: Our Blue Planet
October 1. 2018 – January 31, 2019
Daily showings begin at 10 a.m. and start every half hour until 4 p.m.

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007
The price of admission to the NHM 3D Theater is $5, when booked online in advance, or $6 when purchased onsite, and free for museum members. 


The makers of Iron Sky are trying to fund a new movie, Mad Heidi. And well, it looks amazing for Swissploitation! Really, we're blown away, by the Swiss Nazis and ultra violence.

We also love one of the posters, this beauty from Matt Ryan Tobin. It's a limited edition and roughly is $70 in US Dollars and that's without shipping. 

So, this one won't be out anytime soon, it's gotta be funded and then really made.

Next we have an indie sci-fi movie we're excited for called Prospect, oddly coming out only in Regal theaters starting Nov 2nd. It's about a father and daughter space prospectors that get in trouble looking for a big score.

Finally, we have The Long Dumb Road. We just think it's a winner with Jason Mantzoukas (How Did This Get Made Podcast) acting like a total idiot in a road trip movie. He plays recently fired mechanic teamed up with a freshman going to art college. In Theaters November 9, On Demand and Digital November 16.