Pre-Toy Fair 2015: First Look At Hasbro's Jurassic World Toys

Jurassic World will be upon us this summer, and of course, Hasbro will have all the toys! »»

First Look: Jurassic World Teases A New Dinosaur In Trailer

The park opens again on June 12, 2015. »»

Box Office: Evil Dead Scares Off G.I. Joe and The Croods To Take Weekend

Three films gross over $20 million for the weekend, plus Jurassic Park celebrates its 20th anniversary to strong returns. »»

Jurassic Park 3D - Review

Hold on to your butts... »»

Release Date Set For Jurassic Park 4

It's been more than a decade since we had a Jurassic Park on the big screen. Click to see when JP4 will arrive in theaters. »»

Deal Alert: Black Friday Deals Week For Monday, November 21

The first day in a week long Blu-ray and DVD sale at »»

The Drive-In - Inside Pulse Movies Podcast Episode 1 (The Debut)

Inside Pulse Movies joins the Podcast Game »»

Jurassic Park Is Back On The Big Screen For UK Audiences

Spielberg's dinosaur film coming back to to theaters »»

Jurassic Park Opening For Business On Blu-ray, Artwork And Details Inside

Just in time for Halloween, the Jurassic Park trilogy comes to Blu-ray. »»

The Troll Hunter - Review

Norwegian film trip, trip-traps over confines of found footage genre »»

Men in Black III has a Writer

MIIIB? Seriously? »»

Making Movie History: Oh The Book Is SO Much Better Than The Movie

There isn't but one movie opening up in theatres today and it is based off of a novel. Oddly enough this is actually a novel that I've read before getting to see it turned into something for the big screen. Over the years I've read a few books here and there that had been turned into films, and sometimes read novels after seeing the film they were turned into. Is it true though that the book is always better then the film it is made into for all to view that are simply too damn lazy to pick up a copy? Or maybe the films are better and some people just think literacy is overrated. »»

The Lounge List: The Nine Science Fiction Technologies We Can Do Without

As is common around this time, people begin to look to the future. We make resolutions, vow not to repeat the mistakes of last year, and dream about what tomorrow will bring. Humanity has made incredible leaps in technology and the future promises even more advances. However, as wonderful as those advances may seem, they’re bound to bring about new problems for us to deal with. »»

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