Now, it’s been more than 20 years since Aliens hit the big screen, but that doesn’t make this movie-accurate prop Pulse Rifle any less awesome.
The guys over at ThinkGeek got their hands on these limited edition replica guns which are completely faithful to the weapons wielded in James Cameron’s classic sci-fi actioner.
How’d you like to own a gun that looks just like the one from Portal? You know, the one that can blow holes in surfaces, letting you pass through walls and objects? Thanks to artist Harrison Krix of Volpin Props (the same guy who did this awesome Daft Punk helmet), this one could be yours.
Sure, you can buy a toy lightsaber prop just about anywhere, but if you really want to look the part, you have to go the way that Bradley Lewis did with his gorgeous handmade lightsaber and build your own.
A dude named Harrison Krix (the same guy who built the world’s best Daft Punk helmet) calls himself a 28-year-old dork, but I would say he is more of a geek than a dork. The dude is a graphic designer and has pulled off one of the most epic DIY recreations of a weapon from a video game I have ever seen.
If the vampire frenzy has just hit you, then undoubtedly, you’ll love this shower gel that looks like a blood bag. No, it doesn’t go into your vein, but into your shower stall where you’ll be able to have some strange, kinky fun.
Are you a Dr. Who fan who also happens to have a lot of money? Well then this is your lucky day. Actually if you ask me everyday is a lucky day for you, since you have a lot of money and there’s a brand new season of Dr.
Want to make something really special for Halloween? And by special I mean extra gross. Checkout Gothic Nightmare‘s prop tutorials, particularly the one with the twitching legs, complete with blood red innards.
I sure am glad I wasn’t eating when I saw this, or else I might have puked my own insides out.
Some games linger, even when they’re no longer in the spotlight, and BioShock is a game that may never die. The sinister underwater city of Rapture continues to haunt the minds–and hands–of artisan gamers around the world.