I think Gomez and Morticia should get this robotic hand piano to keep Thing company. Like Thing, the robotic hand piano doesn’t talk. Actually it can’t talk. Anyway, although it can’t talk, it can play classical music.
With Halloween just hours away, here’s a great idea for anyone looking for a good last-minute fright.
These blood puddle pillows are just the thing for scaring the crap out of your roommate when they wake up and find you lying there in a pool of red tomorrow morning.
Artist Keetra Dean Dixon made these limited-edition “Great Slumber” pillows a while back, and I don’t think you could get her to make you one before tomorrow.
This amazing clock may have been constructed almost 400 years ago, but it’s just as bone-chilling as it was back then. To tell the time, just crack open his skull cap, and the clock is where his brains should be.
The skull and crossbones automaton clock has a mechanical moving jaw, and snakes that dart out of its eyeballs.
I’m thinking that this Halloween, I’d like to scare all the neighborhood kids out of their wits with a bunch of these disembodied robo-heads sitting in my front windows.
The brilliantly named “Glowing Scary Deaths-Head Toy” looks like your average, everyday metal-headed, Skeletor-robot-zombie until you flip the switch.
If you’re an Xbox 360 fan like me, you’re probably looking forward to the upcoming release of Bioshock. For those of you who unfamiliar with the game, the baddest baddie in the atmospheric thriller is known as “Big Daddy.”
This makes me very, very glad that medical science has progressed in our lifetimes. Apparently, back in the 1930’s, doctors thought this giant, 800-lb. magnet would be a good way to remove metal fragments from patients’ eyes.
It’s also quite good for sucking all the metal fillings out of their heads.