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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Watch Adult Swim @ Midnight


Just got a heads up that maybe you should check out Adult Swim tonight at Midnight or the East Coast Feed at 9pm, just saying.


Check out the trailer for Rick & Morty Season 5 too. The new season is this June.

Weekly What To Do: Big Balls, Big Dinosaurs, Big Ape & Some Art


Godzilla Vs Kong Out Today

March 31st-April
Santa Monica Pier

Wipeout’s iconic big balls(?) will pop up on the Santa Monica Pier at a whopping 25 feet tall and 70 feet long for fans and visitors to enjoy. This COVID-safe, touch-free, interactive art exhibit will surprise and delight fans and visitors alike by appearing on the middle of the Santa Monica Pier the day before the show’s premiere and throughout the weekend.
Fans of all ages are invited to stop by and participate in the photo opportunity in front of the big red ball installation and mock contestant-style interviews for fun photos and video content for social. The Wipeout “sideline reporter” will be asking all the tough and hilarious questions. Consumers are encouraged to stop by and share their soon-to-be best Instagram photo, telling their friends and followers why they have “big balls.” At the activation, fans can also scan a QR code and enter the Wipeout Bracket Battle for a chance to win the grand prize: $1000 gift card and exclusive Wipeout swag.*

Wed, Mar 31, 2021 6:00 PM 
Online, Free RSVP
 "A perfect movie for sitting down and turning off your brain for 90 minutes on a Friday night while eating pizza and drinking a nice cold soda." -- Michael, Letterboxd

A juicy artifact from the direct-to-video thriller boom, L.A. WARS packs in as many monster shoot-outs, slow-motion squibs and and explosions as possible. Disgraced cop-turned-bouncer Jake Quinn yearns to re-join the LAPD. When a bloody turf war breaks out between an established mob family and a new thug on the block, Jake goes deep undercover as the mobster’s daughter’s bodyguard. Sex, viciousness and baggy pants ensue!
Quiz Daddy's Moving Sale & Charity Auction Livestream
Wed, Mar 31, 2021 3pm-3am ET
Where: (free download - mobile only - avail for both iOS & Android)

“Quiz Daddy” Scott Rogowsky is pulling up stakes and “going west” — while he can still be considered a young man. Before taking off for Los Angeles, he’s clearing out his childhood home with help from a new interactive live-streaming mobile app that is poised to do for shopping what HQ did for trivia.


Rogowsky will be “going live” on the app, auctioning off his vast collections of sports cards and memorabilia, comic books, vintage clothes, records and tapes, and collectibles of all kinds in a marathon 12-hour livestream. All proceeds from the stream’s sales will be donated to Feeding America-affiliated food banks across the country.

-Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County
Reopen to the Public on April 1 and April 8

-LACMA comes back April 1st, no joke

-Amoeba Reopens at a new location April st, also real.

- Six Flags Magic Mountain is open to the general public April 3rd

April 2nd - May 2nd
6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd. (Westfield Promenade)
Woodland Hills, CA
$30 per person and up
You’ve been along for the car-ride as we journeyed through HAUNTOWEEN and WONDERLAND, but now comes the time to join us join us on-foot for SUGAR RUSH! An immersive open-air experience your family and friends will not soon forget! Always with your safety in mind, we will be limiting capacity and ensuring social distance between groups so that you can enjoy over 40,000 square feet of pure Candytropolis! There will be no shortage of photo-ops as your walk will include vibrant colorful installations, one-of-a kind art displays, live performances, custom parade floats, and candy-powered interactions.

NHM FIRST FRIDAYS Connected: April
Friday, April 2, 2021 at 6pm 
Free, Online 

On Friday, April 2, groove at home with DJ Francesca Harding and prepare a special cocktail presented by Elle Nucci. Then, dive into a lively live stream discussion around the Climate Crisis, moderated by Dr. Knatokie Ford, founder and CEO of Fly Sci® Enterprise; with panelists Leah Thomas, intersectional environmental activist and eco-communicator; and Nick Shapiro, assistant professor of biology and society at UCLA.

Friday, April 2, Noon
Staring Contest, a brand new celebration of pop characters from @the_teaguery One of our favorite G1988 contributors has created an amazing new, and prolific, collection you have to see!
In addition to Austin Gilmore, we’ll debut a new solo show from one of our biggest stars, @george.townley We can’t wait for you to see his 2021 collection of work.


Starts April 2nd
Online or In theaters $ 

Watch what might be the stepping stone for up and coming directors.The live-action and animation short film programs will be released by ShortsTV in Los Angeles and Orange County theatrically and virtually on April 2nd. The documentary program will be available virtually on April 2nd followed by a theatrical opening on April 9th. 

April 2 – April 26, 2021

‘Clue’ meets Chinatown in Underneath the Freeways of Los Angeles, a live-streamed, interactive murder mystery experience inspired by historical events. It’s 1960, and two bodies have been discovered in the lake at East L.A.’s Hollenbeck Park, right below the newly-built section of the Golden State Freeway that runs directly overhead.

What Is (and what is not)  
Glad You’re Here
Opening Reception with the Artists: 
Saturday, April 3, 2021 12:00-6:00pm 
Thinkspace Projects
4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Continuing this year of poignant exhibitions, Thinkspace is proud to present Giorgiko’s ‘What is and what is not’ Created by husband and wife team Darren and Trisha Inouye, a pair known in the art world as Giorgiko, ‘What is and what is not’ is a result of the 2020 apocalypse. At a time when nostalgia has proven to provide comfort and respite, Thinkspace Projects is pleased to present Brad Woodfin’s ‘Glad You’re Here,’ a solo exhibition inspired by songs from decades ago.


Birdgirl Takes Flight April 4 on Adult Swim
Birdgirl is back in some sort of new series starring her instead of Birdman, one of the creators came back. So, give it a shot.

Heads Up, Alice next week!

Alice in Wonderland 70th Anniversary
Friday, April 9th Gates - 7:00pm / Movie - 8:00pm
Cinespia at The Greek Theatre / $45

Celebrate your unbirthday with the curiouser and curiouser adventures of Alice in a wonderland of her very own. The whimsical dreamworld is one topsy-turvy fanciful flight down the rabbit hole with the colorful characters you know and love, including the Mad Hatter, the cheeky Cheshire Cat, and the Queen of Hearts. Make it a tea party in your car with treats delivered right to you, and DJ sets sure to animate your wonderful world.


Monday, March 29, 2021

Movie Hype: Comic-Con Thanksgiving? Everything Old Is New & Anime Movie Making Movie


Most of the internet is going, "What the Hell?," with an in-real-life Comic-Con. Comic-Con responded with a, "Eh, it might not even happen." The main reasoning is that it's already the busiest travel weekend in the USA, surprisingly more then even Christmas?
 I've recently though about devoting time to a weekly section that covers reboots, sequels or anything from our past becoming a show or movie. But then, I really could cover anything else.

It sounds utterly strange to have a sequel when one of the faces that came off is dead in the movie...Yeah, that's all it's strange, but Adam Wingard, director of the upcoming Godzilla Vs Kong might be have enough to pull to make a sequel. We're hopping for it being called Body/Off.

It's really great to hear the guys that gave us the sci-fi horror The Endless are gonna be making Moon Knight, they seem perfect from the track record of the films they've made and written.  
Kevin Tong


Another great choice of someone to run a tv show. Sadly, on a service hardly anyone watches. We loved the work of  Kim Jee-Woon on I Saw the Devil a petty revenge thriller that so perfectly shows off the genre of Korea revenge films.

-‘John Wick’ Writer Derek Kolstad Adapting ‘Hellsing’, the Japanese Manga That Reimagines the Dracula Story

Dang, I don't know how the Hell the could pull off Hellsing. Especially as a movie for Amazon? Would it be live-action? Oh, I hope not. 

-PG: Psycho Goreman’: Get a “Hunky Boy Reel Meal Deal” at Ontario’s Lester D’s Reel Diner! [Retro Commercial]
We loved Psycho Goreman, if you haven't seen it, then frig you. It's online and on Blu-ray. This is pure nostalgia for anyone who grew up in the 90's and watched Power Rangers and horror movies. But there's so many other nods. It was a treat beyond treats.

And, lastly, check out the trailer for Pompo: The CinĂ©phile, which  goes over the production of making a movie. It's out in Japan in June. Hopefully, we get a dubbed or subbed version soon after.


What We Found On The Net: Alien Easter Eggs, PEPSI x PEEPS & Razer's Face Mask Was Just A Concept?


Don't forget you can still get Alien Easter Eggs from Walmart. Sadly, you can only get them online and they won't arrive until April 8th at the earliest.

Even hard to find is the PEPSI x PEEPS Marshmallow Cola. You can't get it in any store. You have to win it online. Learn more here.

The Project Hazel face mask that can light up and looks like you're in a dystopian future was just a concept design. We're a bit angry about Razer not making it clear that it was essentially an idea. It seemed very much like a project that was being made. Still no word when it will come out and what price.
They way Razer treats people interested in its products though, is pretty awful. I don't recommenced pre-ordering, whenever that is, but looking for a company making a similar mask or buying a knock-off that's as effective.

via Hyper

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Bowser By Glen Brogan For Sale


Grab it here for $40 only 255 prints

Friday, March 26, 2021

WonderCon@Home 2021 Starts Today

Check out the schedule for any panel you want to see free online.

Find out more info here



Wednesday, March 24, 2021

LA Mag Did A Very Bad Map Of What's Closed Downtown


No, not Unidentified luggage shop!
We keep up to date with the other LA media online and sometimes you can tell when things were rushed or someone didn't try very hard. That's the case for LA Magazines "The Vanishing", duh-duh-DUH! 
Check it out here 
The worst part is that the article says some places are closed permanently, but doesn't indicate which ones? Why even that if you don't have that info. So, some of the places might re-open? Which ones? Put an asterisk near them.
In any case, it's depressing to see what's closed and "possibly" gone forever.
R.I.P.  A Shop Called Quest, you were a cool comic book shop downtown in the worst parking lot ever. Hopefully, your website tells people your closed one day.

A program did the map for the writer, something called Cartifact. The horrible alphabetical numbering system makes a mess of finding similar businesses in the same areas. Like #1 and #31 of food should have been #1 and #2; it's annoying to find things.

Game Hype: Welcome To The Neo Retro Future


Narita Boy, after a Kickstarter and a long wait, comes out at the end of this month. On March 30th  you finally can get lost in an 80's dimension making fun of classic tropes from the era. It'll be out on Steam, PS4, Xbox ONE, Nintendo Switch. It's fun genre would be called neo-retro, remixing past games based on what people thought the future would be.

Another neo-retro game coming out is based on a movie in the same genre, Turbo Kid. We loved the movie when it premiered in LA and find it funny that 6 years after it came out someone decided to make a game about it. Not a lot of details other then it's in production.

Coming out in a few days is It Takes Two, which has had some good reviews, but not perfect. Looks like a fun game to play, while still stuck inside.
Coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, March 26, 2021


Hopefully, one day will get this cute looking game about a dragon caring for a little princess. via Destructoid.

Limited Run is selling No More Heroes 1 & 2 for Switch with special editions.

Strange idea of anything goes controller patented by Sony.  

Here's some more info on the upcoming Inkulinati.
I never heard of this game, but it's great to finally see some game play of Crow 64 as you delve into the problems of it being made. All the way back in the 64 era, nostalgic.

Bless you Alex and your dumb ideas you go full-in on.

Weekly What To Do: Open This Place Up...For Now

A bunch of more stuff opened or is going to


-The Petersen Automotive Museum revs up for the public March 25th
 New exhibits include:
  • “Supercars: A Century of Spectacle and Speed” will showcase the evolution of the supercar
  • “Extreme Conditions” will highlight 11 custom competition, recreational and utilitarian off-roading vehicles
  • “Redefining Performance” will feature Porsche’s most innovative road and race vehicles.
  • And more!

-The Autry open March 30th 
New exhibitions to greet visitors. Free admission through April 18

-LACMA comes back April 1st, no joke

Wednesday, March 24th 6PM
Free, donations appreciated
This month's show we're joined by two fabulous virologists.
First we'll learn about how viruses are like reboots, from Neuroscientist Colin Coleman. Then we'll hear from virologist Deanna Clemmer who will teach us that viruses are to us, as what villains are to superheroes. Both these scientists will share their lens on how viruses shape humanity and our stories, both good and bad.

of the 24th installment and season finale of 
Hulu’s Into the Dark Horror Anthology from Blumhouse Television
Wednesday, Mar 24, 5:30 PM
Free, Must Register

Followed by a Live Q&A with filmmakers and cast.

with Dr. Rebekah McKendry & Elric Kane Hosts of 
Fangoria's Colors of the Dark Podcast
Friday, March 26, 7pm
Free, Must Register
After receiving a series of chilling letters from her reclusive father, Arletty drives to the remote seaside town of Pointe Dune to discover the reason for her father's developing madness. Upon her arrival, she encounters a mysterious trio of strangers investigating a local legend known as "The Blood Moon"... a curse that has transformed the inhabitants of the town into a terrifying horde of blood-thirsty maniacs!

Tuesday, March 30th
The initial slate of programming will be available to the public starting on Tuesday, March 30 with additional releases on Wednesday, March 31, and Thursday, April 1 on the Paley Center’s dedicated channel on Yahoo Entertainment,, at 10:00 am ET/7:00 am PT. 


PaleyFest LA selections include: ABC’s Big Sky, CBS’s Evil, ABC’s The Good Doctor, CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden, HBO’s Lovecraft Country, Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit, a 20th Anniversary Conversation with members of the cast and creative team from HBO’s Six Feet Under, Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso, and FX’s What We Do in the Shadows.