One of the most iconic scenes in the entire Star Wars saga has to be the moment in Return of the Jedi where Princess Leia chokes the life out of Jabba the Hutt. After turning her into his personal slave, dressing her in an uncomfortable metal bikini, and shackling her in chains, Leia had quite enough.
Look at this enormous hammer! It looks just like a giant version of Thor’s mighty Mjolnir from the Avengers flicks. Though this implement is made of foam, so I guess that means a mere mortal could wield it.
Everyone knows that pain of stepping on LEGO bricks. Few things in the world are as painful or induce more expletives shouted in anger. And when you think of all of the styles and shapes of LEGO pieces, some hurt worse than others.
Hasbro has unveiled the biggest Decepticon action figure it’s ever made. It’s called the Trypticon T-Rex, and it is downright huge. It measures about 20″ tall in Dino mode and is the largest figure in the 2017 Titans Return universe.
Dungeons and Dragons fans are going to love this conceptual 3,000-piece Dungeon Master set created by LEGO Ideas user Ymarilego. These would be an awesome role-playing aid, and I’m not the only one who thinks so.
I’d say the best thing about the stinker Suicide Squad was Harley Quinn. She was eye candy enough to make up for the bad acting and terrible storyline… almost. In the early scenes of the flick, Harley was stuck in a jail cell and just wanted someone to play with her.
Why serve your sandwich on ordinary bread, when it can look like Darth Vader instead? Hey, I made an unintentional rhyme. Thanks to the guys at Japanese geek toy company Kotobukiya, we now have some fun Star Wars sandwich shapers!
There are LEGOmaniacs and then there are LEGOmaniacs. James Burrows is a LEGOmaniac of the first order. Check out Beyond the Brick’s video of him giving a tour of his massive dinosaur themed LEGO park, complete with functional CoasterSaurus II roller coaster.
The group at 5 Mad Movie Makers have created something truly stunning here. They captured POV footage of a Hot Wheels car racing through a magical world of colorful lights, glow sticks, and deadly fire. It is appropriately titled Hot Wheels Nightmare.
I don’t know anyone who grew up in the ’80s and didn’t want a Mogwai for a pet. Gizmo was, and still is the most adorable thing with those giant ears. There are a few caveats though: no bright lights, and definitely don’t feed him after midnight.
Growing up, I don’t think any scary movie puckered my sphincter quite as much as A Nightmare on Elm Street. That damn movie was scary. Talk about needing to sleep with the lights on. It was so scary that DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince even did a song about it.
The awesome looking NERF Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K isn’t available to the NERF-loving public yet, but there is already a way to crank up the firepower. This mod takes the the 100 round, 70 MPH firepower, and cranks it up to 11.