Of all the flicks that I remember from growing up in the 1980s, one of the best was The Princess Bride. I’ll admit to not wanting to watch it in my youth because it sounded like a “girl movie” to my younger self.
If you ever played Dungeons & Dragons and came up against an Illithid or the feared Mind Flayer, you know what difficulty lies in defeating the beast. You don’t have to roll a 20-sided die to capture this Mind Flayer and mount its head to your wall.
This Doctor Who TARDIS Coffee Press is the perfect way to start your morning – for both you and a companion. I don’t know about you, but I need a good strong cup of coffee to wash the taste of that last season from my palette.
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and if you have a Fallout fan in your life, this Modern Icons #7 Fallout T-51 Power Armor Statue will look fantastic on their desk. It’s ok if your Fallout fan likes Fallout 76, they probably still deserve a gift.
The statue was designed from Bethesda digital assets and looks just like the one from the game.
Why hire expensive contractors to expand your basement, when you can use RC construction vehicles to do the job? I mean, that’s what I always say. YouTuber LilGiantsConstrCo otherwise known as Joe is an RC hobbyist.
Growing up in the 1970s, one of my earliest memories of an electronic toy had to be the Speak & Spell. This tablet-sized device helped many of us improve our spelling and vocabulary, playing word games using an early speech synthesizer.
When my kids were little, I watched way more Spongebob Squarepants than I wanted to. Fortunately, I ended up rather liking the show. A new Funko POP! vinyl figure has been unveiled, and this one is our pal Spongebob with his “Imagination” rainbow flowing between his hands.
The collectible will land in June 2019 at Entertainment Earth.
This little robot is called Artie 3000, which sounds like a bad 1980s robot movie. Created by Educational Insights, it’s a programmable robot that encourages kids to code through art.
There are plenty of toys for kids that encourage problem-solving, but this one is kind of unique.
It’s awesome to see people build big things with LEGO bricks. Chevrolet teamed up with students from the Oxford Community School’s First LEGO League, and Detroit’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary’s A World in Motion Program to unveil a full-size replica of the Silverado truck made entirely of LEGO bricks.
Specifically, the brick-built creation is a reproduction of the 2019 Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss.
Fans of the original Star Wars trilogy know the new films can’t stand up to the originals. There are plenty of Star Wars toys out there, but if you have a penchant for Return of the Jedi and Funko POP!
I can remember back in the day, one of the older kids that rode the bus home played a Queen album constantly on his little tape player and the song of choice was “Another One Bites the Dust,” only we all sang it “Another One Rides the Bus” each time someone got on.
If your home decor is lacking, perhaps you just need some more skulls. These decorative unicorn skulls should do the trick just fine. Each resin skull is hand-painted and polished and looks like what a real unicorn skull would look like if they existed.
If you have kids or a fondness for Disney films you probably know that a live-action version of Aladdin is coming later this year. That means kids will be wanting to fly around on magic carpets, and who can blame them.
The Fallout-inspired charging hub is for the vault dweller that has a lot of gadgets but wants a taste of the wasteland world outside. It’s a very cool replica of a suit of power armor from the game, just much tinier and lighter.