If there’s one thing I learned from my mother, it’s that 250% of my body heat leaves through my head and I need to put a hat on or I’ll catch a death of cold. That said, I still don’t wear hats in the winter as much as I really should.
If you and your pal are thinking of dressing up as Rick and Morty this Halloween, the guys at GearProps have got one of you covered. You’ll be the life of any party with this handmade Rick Sanchez costume head.
Did you love watching Rugrats back in the ’90s? The series was one of those great Nickelodeon cartoons that proved that animation wasn’t just for kids, and packed the show with humor that adults could enjoy too.
I’ve yet to see the Blade Runner 2049, but everyone is saying it’s a pretty incredible movie. Given the fact that the original Blade Runner is one of my favorite films of all time (despite its flaws), I can’t want to see how Denis Villenueve’s long-awaited sequel turned out.
If there’s one bit of kit that’s essential to a proper steampunk outfit, it’s a pair of goggles. Sure, you could just go down to the army surplus shop and buy some old industrial goggles, or you could do what John Park did, and make the kind of goggles that Daft Punk would have had if they were a victorian era act.
Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice is still one of my favorite movies of all time. It featured a great mix of wacky characters, funny dialogue, clever stop-motion animation, quirky visuals, and lots of weird and creepy stuff too.
For the longest time, the coolest headgear out of the world of music had to be Daft Punk’s iconic helmets, and Deadmau5’s light up mouse head. But earlier this year, Jay Kay of Jamiroquai donned a fantastic helmet not just loaded up with colorful LEDs, but motorized pieces which could change form.
We all know that Groot is pretty darned awesome. After all he’s able to communicate a million things with the simple phrase “I am Groot,” and he also sacrificed himself to save all of his friends in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
Japan is home to some wonderful creations. One of the more popular franchises of the past decade has to be Hatsune Miku, a fully digital J-Pop musician, whose vocals are created synthetically. The vocaloid singer’s voice has been featured in over 100,000 songs, has sold out digital concerts around the world, and even has her own GT series race car.
Fight Club is one of those classic movies that you have to watch more than once to really take it all in. There are lots of hints that all isn’t what it seems, but it still is quite shocking how it all turns out.
I’m not a fan of facial hair, cats, or anything else scratchy. I eschew beards for more than a few days because I’m not going to be itchy for the sake of style. I also don’t like cats, because they are complete dicks.
Proving that they are on the bleeding edge of technology, Atari has announced that it’s working on a new line of wearables. The first product in the “Atari Connected Life” line? A Speakerhat, powered by Audiowear.
Two of my favorite fantasies during elementary school (at least the ones that didn’t involve Heather Thomas) occupied much of my time during PE. One was that it would snow right then and save us from the Texas heat, and the other was that the school would burn down leaving us off all year whilst they rebuilt.
If you aim to become your city’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, you are going to need a few thing – a costume and a web-shooter for instance. Well, here’s one way to make your own web-slinging gear, even if you don’t have a wealthy benefactor like Tony Stark.