No matter what you believe about what happens after we die, you have to admit it would be cool if ghosts existed. However, if that were the case, I’d be really curious to learn just who or what died to give afterlife to the spook known as Slimer in the classic paranormal comedy Ghostbusters. The big, green, floating blob isn’t exactly a person or an nimal, but he loves hot dogs and pretty much any food he can shove into his mouth to fall through his body. And now you can bring him home.
NECA has unveiled a life size Slimer replica that you can bring home later this year, but it’s going to cost you. See the life size Slimer replica after the jump and find out how much it’s going to cost you. Read More »
Get away from those cookies, you bitch! That’s what you’ll be shouting to any of your friends who decide to go snooping in your Warrior Alien ceramic cookie jar that is available for purchase right now. Sadly, it doesn’t come with cookies shaped like facehuggers, but that’s something that you can probably make yourself. But first you need the Aliens cookie jar, and you can find out how much it’ll cost you below. Read More »
Props from popular movies are pretty hard to come by. And when it comes to props from the original Star Wars trilogy, they’re nearly impossible to get ahold of without selling a kidney, a child, or a child’s kidney. Therefore, whenever one ends up for sale, it might be worth it to take out a small loan.
This time it’s Luke Skywalker’s DL-44 blaster from The Empire Strikes Back that will be on the block at Nate D. Sanders auction house, and this is a genuine screen-used prop straight from the set. So how much could this end up costing you? Find out after the jump! Read More »
If you haven’t decorated your Christmas tree just yet, then you’re a little behind. But that also gives you the opportunity to pick up a couple more ornaments to make your tree the nerdiest one on the block.
Every year Hallmark comes out with some really cool keepsake ornaments that are very well crafted and detailed, especially when it comes to paying tribute to some of your favorite movies and TV shows. And next year there will be three more ornaments with two characters and one ship from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Check them out! Read More »
You’ll like Captain Solo right where he is with this geeky new Star Wars wall or desk decoration featuring Han Solo in carbonite. This new item is the perfect decoration for your seedy palace where you deal with bounty hunters and watch Twi’lek girls dance. Or it’s probably good for your office too. Whatever works.
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You might remember back in September when fall was just beginning and the temperature was just beginning to drop, Mondo released a batch of slasher sweaters inspired by the likes of Freddy Krueger, Jason Vorhees and Michael Myers. And now they’re getting in the Christmas spirit as well.
Mondo has just unveiled a new batch of Christmas appropriate Gremlins gear, including cardigan and scarf to go with the previously released sweater. And even though it doesn’t fit with the holiday season, they’ve also released an Iron Giant sweater that looks pretty cozy. Read More »
Hopefully many of you will be taking a trip back in time and to the future with celebratory screenings of Back to the Future. Whether it’s just Back to the Future Part II or the whole damn trilogy, Back to the Future Day is the perfect time to relive Robert Zemeckis’ classic sci-fi adventure. And now that we’re officially in the future, why not dress in style?
No, we’re not saying you need to wear your pockets inside out, double up on neckties, or get bionic implants (though the latter could be awesome). Instead, why not have your feet do some time traveling with Rock ‘Em Apparel‘s new Back to the Future socks collection? The way I see it, if you’re gonna wear socks, you might as well have some fun with them. Read More »
All the glory for anniversary celebrations is going to Back to the Future this year, with an entire day dedicated to the time traveling franchise coming next week. But last year, everyone was all about Ghostbusters for the film’s 30th anniversary. Still, there’s no wrong time to pick up some cool Ghostbusters stuff, and today we’ve got something for all you sneaker-heads out there.
Nookiee (which has an extra “e” so as not to be confused with the Limp Bizkit song of the same name) has come out with some limited edition Ghostbusters shoes, but if you want to get your hands on them, prepare to throw down some cash. Read More »
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The love for Back to the Future is in full swing, and if you’re looking forward to celebrating all the good stuff that’s on the way for Back to the Future Day on October 21st, but you need some cool new threads to show your love for the time traveling franchise, we have good news.
Threadless has just unveiled a Back to the Future t-shirt collection with 21 new, original shirts from a variety of artists. Some of them are simple tributes to the movies while others get a little more creative with their imagery. But the good news is you can buy them all right now. Read More »
October 21st 2015 is quickly approaching and we don’t have flying cars or hoverboards, but some of the Back to the Future 2 predictions are beginning to come into reality. Earlier today we told you that Pepsi was going to produce a limited number of Pepsi Perfect bottles, and a Jaws 19 trailer was released by Universal Pictures. While companies like Lexus are trying to produce a real hoverboard, we’re still a ways away from the floating skateboards promised in the Robert Zemeckis-directed sequel.
Well, today is a monumental day in the history of the hoverboard, as the Oxford English Dictionary is finally declaring that “hoverboard” is a word. Also, while we may have to wait a few years for a hoverboard like we saw in the movie, Madrid and Valterra are teaming to release special 30th anniversary officially licensed limited edition skateboards based on the hoverboard designs seen in the film. Hit the jump for more details.
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