The Blob Blog

In 1982, horror-meister Stephen King made his film screenwriting debut for director George Romero’s full-length horror comedy anthology movie, Creepshow. While the film was an homage to 1950’s EC horror comic books like Tales from the Crypt, two of the...
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[SPOILER ALERT: If you’re interested in watching this film, bookmark this for later.]  If you loved Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey or Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, you will feel right at home in Ad Astra’s universe, imaginatively created by its...
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In Part One of What You Don’t Know About the Father of the Blob, you saw how the resourceful and dynamic Jack H. Harris worked his way up from a 6-year-old vaudeville performer to an 18-year-old theater manager and ultimately...
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As a producer, Jack H, Harris made a huge impact with his extraterrorestrial film debut, The Blob, in 1958—attracting the coveted youth market and introducing Steve McQueen to the big screen. Take a look back at a career that has...
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The Long Beach Comic Con was just held on August 31st – September 1st throughout Labor Day Weekend at the Long Beach Convention Center. As usual, it was a fun affair with comic books galore, one-of-a-kind collectible merch, and, of...
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Welcome back to the Blob Blog! A lot has happened since we launched last month, and we will always keep you informed about up-to-the-minute details regarding The Blob and other films from Worldwide Entertainment Corporation. But we also feel that...
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If you’re consumed by discovering all things Blob, welcome to our newly launched Blob Blog, brought to you by Worldwide Entertainment Corporation! The year 2019 has been full of changes and exciting new prospects for Worldwide Entertainment Corporation (WEC). At...
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