If you’re a new parent and you want a terrifying scene for your home, try something like this Jaws inspired cot. This thing offers up a scene where a shark is eating your baby alive. It looks even more realistic when your baby is crying and just generally looking cranky.
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.
Another nifty proposed LEGO set has hit the crowdsourcing Cuusoo site (soon to be called LEGO Ideas), and yet again I’m hoping this set gets produced. LEGO fan Tris Spencer came up with this set inspired by Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic JAWS.
When it comes to your kitchen knives, you shouldn’t mess around. You want them sharp enough to cut cans. Because you never know when you might need to cut a can. It could happen. Anyway, the best way to sharpen a knife is obviously with shark teeth.
It’s the 35th anniversary of the release of Jaws this year, and the movie just got re-released in an awesome HD Blu-ray edition that you need to see if you haven’t already. In celebration of the shark-infested waters of yore, the guys from Celentano Woodworks have returned with another epic creation – the Jaws shark ukulele.
This awesome, handcrafted string instrument is sure to get a rise out of anyone with a fear of sharks, and is perfect for playing the familiar Jaws “dun-dun… dun-dun… dun-dun-dun-dun-dun-dun…” theme music (assuming you can play that on a ukulele.)
The ukulele’s body has been cut in the shape of a great white shark emerging from the water, and then adorned with a multitude of big, pointy teeth.
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t park my butt anywhere near this thing. It may be fake, but you never know when something is going to come alive through magic and kill you with its razor-sharp choppers.
Redone movie posters are almost always awesome, but when they’re made out of Lego bricks? It’s an automatic win. These recreations, from painstakingly detailed to simple and effective, are certain to catch the eye–and now they’ve been collected in one Flickr group.
With the massive popularization of Lego minifig characters, it’s certainly easier to recreate certain franchises, but that doesn’t detract from the creativity that went into these projects.
Definitely one of my all-time favorite Lego projects in spirit, though of course it’s difficult to compete against the really epic creations.