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8 Fantasy Films From the 1980s to Fuel Your Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Obsession

If The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, which hits Netflix on Friday, has you in the mood to watch more 1980s fantasy movies about unlikely heroes – preferably with puppets – we’ve got you covered. And if you finish your Dark Crystal binge and want more in the same vein... well, this same list still applies. Read More >>

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The New Labyrinth Film Spin-Off Now Has a Promising Director and Writer

Last year, news broke that there was going to be another film set in the Labyrinth universe. It was called everything from a reboot to a sequel and, since David Bowie had just passed away when it happened, everyone was upset and confused. Now, there’s a director and writer on board, along with some clarification about its premise. Read More >>

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Relax Bowie Fans, Nobody’s Doing a Modern Reboot of Labyrinth

Guardians of the Galaxy screenwriter Nicole Perlman has denied being involved in any sort of reboot of cult classic Labyrinth, having branded the original ‘perfect’. Though the 1986 fantasy/musical/adventure movie didn't do so well at the box office, it’s gained a cult following in the years since, being particularly close to David Bowie -- aka the iconic Jareth the Goblin King -- fans’ hearts. Read More >>

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400 Tonnes of Plate Glass Went Into This Incredible Maze

What does 400 tonnes of pure glass look like? At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art this month, you can find out—thanks to a new maze designed and built by the artist Robert Morris using 968,902 lbs of one-inch-thick glass. Read More >>

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23 Amazing Labyrinths To Get Lost In

What is it about humans that make us love—and hate—being lost? Since the time of ancient Greece, we've been figuring out ways to entertain ourselves within extraordinarily confusing structures. Read More >>

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The aMAZEing Labyrinth for iPhone and iPad: Let’s Get Lost

Can we ask a question? Have you ever heard of a board game called Labyrinth? Apparently it's won awards by the truckload, been played by 13 million people, and it's been in circulation for a quarter of a century. But we've never, ever, not once in all our travels, ever had the opporunity to play it. Have we been missing out? Were all those years playing Mouse Trap a complete waste of time? Read More >>