I’m not a fan of knick-knacks. They crowd everything and collect dust. I’m more a minimalist sort of guy. Give me simple lines and less stuff and I am happy. Still, I’d make an exception for this sweet U.S.S.
Kim Pimmel is an engineer who also happens to be a filmmaker. He has a cat named “MIDI”, clearly the geekiest cat name ever. His cat does something many don’t – he doesn’t flip out when something unexpected happens, such as giving him a ride on a motorized skateboard.
When my kids were smaller I watched SpongeBob SquarePants with them all of the time. I’m not sure if that makes me a bad parent, a good one, or just a weird one. I remember the Christmas episode of the show where Patrick runs all around slurping on a candy cane.
Out of all of the good old 1980s arcade games, Pac-Man is one that truly stands out, with its simple looking but challenging gameplay, iconic characters, and memorable music and sounds, it’s a true masterwork of arcade gaming that’s still fun to play.
I really miss TV shows from back in the ’80s. So many of those series had cool and iconic cars. Knight Rider was among my favorites. Fans of the show will want to check out this LEGO version of K.I.T.T.
Good news Poké-fans. Build-A-Bear Workshop is getting ready to launch another Pokémon plush character, featuring the wintry white and blue critter Alolan Vulpix.
The $60 set includes a 13-inch Alolan Vulpix plush, a matching fuzzy cape, adorable pajamas, and a sound effect pack.
If you still have room on your shelf after all of the other countless versions of Monopoly, check out this new board game based on the popular video game Fortnite. That’s right, Fortnite Monopoly – the game you will never play because you are too busy playing Fortnite.
The recent IT movie was very creepy if not outright scary. If you don’t like clowns, you probably will want to look away. After all, Pennywise the clown is simply horrifying. But if you like your circus folk with cracked foreheads and bloody faces, keep on reading.
As further evidence that you can make anything with LEGO, we are now making minifigures puke their guts out on tiny amusement park rides. Check out this 3-axis LEGO Technic thrill ride made by LEGO enthusiast Shadow Elenter.
The lucky gang over at Comicbook.com have been given a glimpse at some new cool toys that are a tie-in with the upcoming new flick The Predator.
These Minimates come from Diamond Select Toys and you don’t get to buy them individually.
One of my favorite movies of all time is Léon: The Professional. Not only was it the big screen debut of Natalie Portman, but she played a complete badass in the film, which she starred in at age 12, but it was helmed by the wonderfully over-the-top French director Luc Besson.
Few things are less appealing to a cowboy from the rural wilds of Texas that is a real rodeo cowboy than moving to New Jersey. This is exactly what happened to Steve Bacque when he met a woman from Jersey and got married.
Can you believe that the LEGO minifigure is officially 40 years old? Humanoid LEGO figures were introduced in 1975, but they had no faces and no moveable limbs, then in 1978 they began to look like the articulated minifigures we have now.
The ’70s and ’80s were a great time to grow up. We had all of the coolest movies and toys. The Lite Brite was just one of them. The idea was that you would punch plastic pegs through a dark background with lights behind it.