If you have lots of money lying around and you need something geeky to do with it, here is your chance. This life-size Boba Fett stands 78.5-inches tall. It weighs in at 110 pounds and will ship next year sometime.
A few weeks back I took my daughter to the theater to see a movie I wasn’t remotely interested in. I did it because she begged and gave me her cute puppy dog face. I’m hoping she hits an awkward stage so some of the power swings back in my direction in the relationship.
If you ask me, garden gnomes are creepy; their little concrete eyes follow you around as you walk through the yard. Deep down we all know that one foggy summer night they will finally come alive, creep into the house and eat all the Bagel Bites.
We all know Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker and we all know after that last scene in The Force Awakens that Hamill has aged a lot. We also all know deep down that he will train Rey, played by Daisy Ridley, to be a Jedi.
Growing up, I was seriously creeped out by the original Child’s Play. The franchise got pretty cheesy after that. Once Child’s Play hit the theaters, I never looked at my brother’s My Buddy doll the same way again.
Last year, Tested co-founder Will Smith left the successful geek website to test the viability of virtual reality as a media platform. Now we can see his vision come to fruition. Will’s new show The FOO Show is a virtual reality show for the Oculus Rift (and soon for the HTC Vive as well).
Not too long ago I talked up Jaws to my daughter and told her how scary it was. We watched it and she called me a wuss because the movie wasn’t scary at all. I got my revenge the next weekend after we watched The Strangers.
With the arrival of the Oculus Rift and other virtual reality headsets, we’re going to get more and more experiences that fool us visually and aurally. But motion remains unconquered. A company called vMocion claims it got its hands on the technology that will bring the rest of our body to virtual reality.
It’s been a couple years since the PS4 and Xbox One were released – and man, have the consoles evolved since then. Let’s take a look at where they stand now, who has the better games, and which is more worthwhile for you to buy in our PS4 vs Xbox One comparison.
ThinkGeek is selling this cool Captain Kirk bookend/sculpture, and yes, that is singular, you only get one. If you want a pair, you’ll have to pay twice as much. Isn’t a single bookend about as useful as a single sock?
Sometimes a small TV just isn’t enough. With today’s advances in 4K resolution and additional clarity, picking a larger screen comes with even more advantages, especially if you like to feel like you are in the middle of the action.
Netflix and Hulu Plus: You can find them everywhere, but when it comes down to choices, most people pick one or the other. If you have to make the big decision, it’s best to make it based on what you prefer to stream…but let’s compare compare Hulu Plus vs Netflix and see how these two ultra-popular streaming services break out…
How much are you willing to pay monthly for your streaming service?
I’m not sold on virtual reality gaming just yet. It’s interesting to think of the potential, but I want to see some cool games before I spend my cold hard cash. If you are a PS4 fan and have been wanting to get in on the VR action early, today is the day when pre-orders for the Playstation VR Launch Bundle kick off.
Having grown up playing Dungeons & Dragons with my cousins, I can tell you from experience that the game is quite fun and infuriating at the same time. It really depends on how big an a-hole your dungeon master is.