Do you have the Halloween spirit? Do you want a Freddy Krueger fire pit to display? Do you have $1,500? If you answered yes to at least the last two questions you’re in luck, because UK-based Etsy shop Burned by Design is selling this Freddy Krueger fire pit. Freddy measures
Available for pre-order from McFarlane Toys (shipping in November), this is the line of The Princess Bride action figures featuring the likenesses of Westley (aka the Dread Pirate Roberts), Princess Buttercup, Inigo Montoya, and Fezzik. All the figures feature 22 moving parts for maximum articulation and Westley, Princess Buttercup and
The Matrix and Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Wake Up’: it was only a matter of time until the two were married in unholy matrimony and birthed a Halloween lights display. And this is a video of that lovechild. The display starts with audio from the final scene of The Matrix,
These are a couple of shots from retailers (from the looks of it, one Walmart, one Target) where the soda reps have constructed giant Boba Fett helmets out of 12-packs of soda, including Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Dr. Pepper, and Sprite. Clearly, Boba is not a big Pepsi fan.
One-upping your neighbors: it’s the reason exterior holiday decorations were invented in the first place. And to take home the coveted golden candy pail award this year is a projection mapped display from Seasoned Projections featuring the original Ghostbusters. Now that — that is next level. My decorations? My decorations
This is a 5-minute supercut of Ghostbusters writer and actor Harold Ramis as Egon Spangler nerding out in the first two movies. Which scene is your favorite? They’re all so good. I may have to watch Ghostbusters now. Well not NOW now, but like tonight. I mean I can’t right
Of course Yoda isn’t a person at all, he’s an alien, so he shouldn’t be expected to talk like a human, let alone whatever a ‘normal’ one is. That said, these are two videos of Yoda edited with more traditional English speech patterns. It’s a little unsettling to listen to.
This is a 1977 television commercial for the original Star Wars film focusing on the romance between Luke and Leia. In hindsight it seems super creepy, but Luke and Leia being siblings was never part of George Lucas’s plan when the movie was made. Or even when The Empire Strikes