Temple of Doom


Artist Mitch Ansara has created what could be called one the first geekgasm of 2009: 1960s-inspired paperback book covers of novelized movie adaptations. Okay, so it might not sound so cool at first, but you’ve got to check some of these covers out.


Indiana Jones: The Adventure Collection

Indiana Jones isn’t just back in the theaters, but he’s returned to the DVD shelves as well. Is Paramount’s new Indiana Jones: The Adventure Collection worth picking up, or is it a shameless double dip? Find out inside.


It’s not until you look back at the original Indiana Jones trilogy that you realize just how many memorable moments there are in the series. To whittle that list of seminal moments down to just ten is excruciating, and it will be different for everyone. These are the moments that stuck with us long after the credits rolled. They are shocking, humorous and exciting. Some have become part of the iconic legends (like the boulder) while others can be quoted in pop culture with no need of an explanation (like “No ticket!” ala Kevin Smith). The reality is that the films overall are memorable and worth another look for any fan of the adventure genre. Here are our favorites… 10. “The three challenges” from The Last Crusade Although much longer than a mere moment, this scene began the climax of the third movie, giving us some booby traps that had otherwise been absent from the script. 9. “The Jones boys tied up” from The Last Crusade The addition of Sean Connery to the cast of the Indiana Jones saga was brilliant, and his chemistry with Harrison Ford was impeccable, as shown in this scene. 8. “The mine chase” from Temple of Doom While The Last Crusade was the installment that spotlighted chase sequences, it was the breathtaking mine chase from Temple of Doom that was most exciting. 7. “I hate snakes” from Raiders of the Lost Ark What better way to demonstrate Indiana Jones’ loathing of snakes than to drop […]

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published: 01.29.2015
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published: 01.28.2015
published: 01.28.2015

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