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Inside the Galloping Ghost, the World's Largest Arcade

Did you know that the largest arcade in the world is in the Chicago suburbs? On Saturday, July 25th, the Galloping Ghost Arcade will be bringing some of their arcade machines to our theater to help celebrate the release of Pixels as part of our Pixels Saturday event. We visited The Galloping Ghost for a taste of nostalgic retro action and spoke with Doc Mack, owner of the arcade and Galloping Ghost Productions.

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Who The Heck is Ant-Man?  An Introduction to Marvel\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Smallest Hero

Who The Heck is Ant-Man? An Introduction to Marvel's Smallest Hero

With the arrival of Marvel's movie adaptation of Ant-Man in theaters this July, we break down the diminutive defender for movie-goers who might not be familiar with his story. Who the heck is Ant-Man, and how does he fit into the Marvel universe?

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A Retrospective of Retro Spectres and Their Modern Counterparts

By now we are no strangers to Hollywood pulling from the past to make new movies. The Summer of 2015 has a whopping 17 reboots, remakes and sequels lined up: including an updated version of the classic horror film Poltergeist.  Get nostalgic with us as we examine some of the most noteworthy horror remakes of the past few decades.

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Hollywood's Most Iconic Custom Cars

One of the most innovative car-themed film series will be rebooted on May 15th in Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. The original series boasted custom-built cars seemingly made from salvaged scraps and, from the looks we've been given of Fury Road so far, the new movie is continuing the tradition. Before you see it at Hollywood Blvd Cinema, let's take a look at our favorite heavily-modded iconic cars from movie history.

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Marvel Movie Misfires

This May, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" hits the big screen in what may be the most anticipated superhero movie of all time. However the Marvel film universe wasn't always so cinematic and successful. Most people will recall Lou Ferrigno bathed in green paint in the classic '70s television series "The Incredible Hulk." But Marvel has done far worse things to members in its universe past, and it's time to dig deeper than "Daredevil" and "Ghost Rider."

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What Makes the Dead Walk? Whatever the Living Fear Right Now

Modern movie and television-watching audiences are familiar with the zombie apocalypse concept: An out-of-control contagion quickly spreads through a population, rapidly killing and then re-animating the dead into flesh-consuming monsters which then continue the spread.

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Horror Films That Wowed the Festival Circuit

On March 27th, It Follows (2014) will be released nationally in theaters. The buzz around this film has been increasing since its premiere at Cannes 2014 Film Festival and limited theatrical run.  It Follows is part of a trend of fresh new horror film franchises getting their chance to premiere in the festival circuit with hopes of gaining national distribution.

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4 Ways Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is Basically a Christopher Nolan Movie

Spoiler Alert: Plot points from several Christopher Nolan's movies are revealed in this blog entry.

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Questioning Pilate: Our Exclusive Interview with Barry Dennen from “Jesus Christ Superstar”

If you’re a fan of musical theatre, Barry Dennen has a resume that will make your jaw drop.

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7 Movies You Forgot Were Filmed in Chicagoland

If you’re a Chicago-area resident, you probably know about “The Fugitive,” “The Blues Brothers,” and “Ferris Bueller” (and other various John Hughes movies). Not only are they cinema classics, but they’re among the most famous movies shot in Chicago. But what about the ones you forgot were filmed here, or perhaps, didn’t even know were set in Chicago to begin with?

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Snubs 2015: Oscar Disses of Now and Then

No one likes a sore loser, and yet no one wants to see their contender ejected from the race too soon. Such is the case among movie lovers when the Academy Award nominations are announced in the weeks before Valentine’s Day but after Martin Luther King Day. Speaking of whom . . .

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History of Cinema Time Travel

For the past thirty years, when people have heard "time travel movie," they most likely thought of “Back to the Future.” And rightfully so; the original brought in over two hundred million dollars -the most of any movie in 1985- spawned two sequels and a Saturday morning cartoon, and is regularly named one of the best films ever made.

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Four Things You (Probably) Didn’t Realize about “The Iron Giant”

Did you know that “The Iron Giant” is, according to Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, one of the most critically-acclaimed animated films of all time?

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Head to Hollywood Blvd. to Brush Up on Golden Globe Contenders

You know you want to tune into the Golden Globes on Sunday, January 11 -- Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting again!  But unless you want to be left scratching your head once the jokes of the opening dialogue are over, you’ll need to catch up on some of the contending films and why Tinseltown is making such a fuss over them. We can help! Here’s a list of Golden Globe-nominated films currently showing at Hollywood Blvd.

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