June 17 in US Cinema

30 years ago today, you could visit a Waxwork museum, or go out into The Great Outdoors

1988-WaxworkposterWaxwork is an American horror comedy film.

Stop On By And Give Afterlife A Try.

More Fun Than a Barrel of Mummies.

A group of friends are invited to a special showing at a mysterious wax museum which displays 18 of the most evil men of all time. What they don’t know is that they are, one-by-one, being made parts of the exhibit, by first living out the scene and then being murdered in it.

1988-The_Great_Outdoors_(film)_PosterThe Great Outdoors is an American comedy film written and produced by John Hughes.

Raccoons: Furry Friends or Masked Menace?

Top Ten Tips for Family Trips

The Ripley family set off to the idyllic woods of Wisconsin for the summer vacation. However, their plans for a peaceful family bonding in the heart of the untamed nature will be thwarted, when the Craig family decide to crash the party. Eventually, as the two families try to have a good time together, a seemingly endless series of misfortunes and mini-disasters with thirsty leeches, cunning raccoons and a mythical wild bear, threaten to ruin the vacation.

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