This is a video of Luke Skywalker impersonator Fluke Skywalker interacting with a Star Wars fan in sign language at the Dayton Off Road & Outdoor Expo(?) and telling him he’s a Jedi and may the Force be with him. Then he gets a hug. That is sweet. For reference,
This is a video from Vanity Fair (I read every issue from cover to cover) of actor Jeff Goldblum reviewing impressions of himself, including those by (in order) David Duchovny, Matt Friend, Bryan Cranston, Justin Ripple, and Tom Hiddleston. Honestly, I thought Justin Ripple’s might have been the best. The
Ever wonder what Mr. Bean would look like in Cyberpunk 2077? Well wonder no longer my insomniac friend, because Youtuber eli_handle_b․wav has created this video of Rowan Atkinson’s iconic bumbling character inserted into the game. The result is surprisingly good, and the middle finger part was near perfection. So, anybody
This is a short Instagram video of this year’s unanimous (it’s just me) Born In Space Halloween Costume Contest winner, a little derpy chihuahua spotted at New York City’s Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade that’s dressed as Hellraiser. What a cutie! Still, having known my fair share of chihuahuas in
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
This is ‘A Tale Of Two Freddies’, the Two-Face style Freddie Mercury/Freddy Krueger costume created by photo editor Jared Lerner for a previous Halloween. A fantastic job, and Jared certainly would have been in contention for best costume at my annual Halloween party if I didn’t rig the voting so
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
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.