Deal: Universal 100th Anniversary Collection DVD & Blu-ray Box Sets
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The Gold Box spotlight deal of the day over at Amazon today is Universal 100th Anniversary Collection Limited Edition Blu-ray box set for only $129.99 (that’s 63% the list price of $349.98).

The DVD Limited Edition box set is also on sale today at 66% off – $102.49 (down from $299.98).

Both box sets contain 25 of Universal’s most popular films — including Back To The Future, Dracula, E.T., JAWS, The Breakfast Club, Jurassic Park, and more — along with a 72-page exclusive “100 Years of Universal” collectible gigibook, a 15-track music CD, and bonus disc.

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Geek Gear: The Serenity Club
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The t-shirt deal of the day over at RIPT Apparel is a mash-up of the movies The Breakfast Club and Serenity called “The Serenity Club.”

The tee, by artist Kari Fry, went on sale at RIPT today, Monday, May 2, 2011, at midnight CST, and will continue for 24 hours from then, and once it’s over, it will not be sold on the site anymore.

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What If? ‘The Breakfast Club’ In ‘Archie’ Comics Style
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Artist Brian McLachlan decided to create a few comic book covers for some movie favorites, one of which has the characters from the John Hughes film The Breakfast Club drawn up as an Archie comic.

Check out the The Breakfast Club and Archie mash-up here at right (click for larger, full view).

Visit McLachlan’s site at Smooth N Natural to see more comics covers and descriptions for movies like The Warriors, The Goonies, The Princess Bride, Mad Max, and many more.

Here’s what McLachlan said about The Breakfast Club cover…

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Writer/Director/Producer John Hughes Dies At The Age of 59
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TMZ is reporting that legendary writer and director John Hughes has died. The report is that Hughes was out for a morning walk in New York while visiting family when he suffered a fatal heart attack. The news has since been confirmed by multiple other top news sources.

John Hughes was not only a staple in popular ’80s cinema, the man was an ’80s cultural icon. His brain was responsible for some of the best comedies and teen angst movies ever created.

While most of his credits came as a writer and a producer, he’s best known for his work behind the camera. His directing resume only contains eight films, but those eight films have made more of an impact in cinematic history than most directors could pull off in 100 movies. Below are the eight films he directed.

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