Today in Movie Culture: 'Godzilla vs. Jason,' Nutritional Info for the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and More

Today in Movie Culture: 'Godzilla vs. Jason,' Nutritional Info for the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and More

Oct 30, 2015

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:


Movie Mashup of the Day:

Adult Swim is having a laugh with this fake trailer for Godzilla vs. Jason, but you know you want to see it for real:


Disney Cosplay of the Day:

Can't decide whether to dress up as Cinderella before transformation or after? Go as both, like this clever girl (via Neatorama):


Vintage Image of the Day:

The Halloween sequence in Meet Me in St. Louis is still so crazy. Did they really let children create bonfires in the streets and throw furniture into it back then?


Star Wars of the Day:

Here's something scary for your Halloween eve: Jar Jar Binks is all over that new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer:


Group Cosplay of the Day:

These ladies are united in their love of Robin Williams roles. See their past efforts as the characters of Johnny Depp, Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell at Fashionably Geek:


Movie Science of the Day:

What if you ate the giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters? In the latest Because Science, Kyle Hill figures out how many calories that would be:


Comedy Cosplay of the Day:

These lookalikes dressed as the Dude and Walter (plus Donnie's ashes) from The Big Lebowski really bring the holiday together (via Fashionably Geek):


Movie Truth of the Day:

The Film Theorists try to scare us this week with a look at the true inevitability of A.I. destroying humanity like in the Terminator movies:


Sci-Fi Cosplay of the Day:

A family dressed up as Aliens characters Ripley, Newt, Hicks and Hudson. See more at Fashionably Geek and just try to imagine that the little boy dressed as Hudson is a whiny kid. 


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Of course we have to go with the original Halloween today. Watch the original trailer for the John Carpenter-helmed horror film, which made its debut 37 years ago this week, below.


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