We spotted these They Live and Hocus Pocus-inspired pennants on Two Ghouls Press and found them amusing—mostly because they exist. This is especially true for the They Live version that features propaganda on both sides. [click to continue…]
I have to admit, this Millennium Falcon full/queen comforter and shams set has a pretty cool-looking washed out design. Plus, features an allover print of different ships on the opposite side so it might be reversible. On a related note, it reminded me of an AT-AT bunk bed I came across recently that was added to the Rooms To Go Star Wars collection. Check that out below. [click to continue…]
As a functional mirror, this Zelda Triforce mirror falls short. Honestly though, I would rather not see myself sitting on the couch playing video games anyway. This mirror is best as a display piece. Unfortunately, it isn’t available in the U.S. at the moment, but that might change sometime in the near future. [click to continue…]
You can tell someone is a superfan when they take something fairly simple an convenient and spend vast amounts of time (and money) making it complex and inconvenient so that it aligns with their fandom. Such is the case with this guy, who built a Raspberry Pi-based home automation system that responds to songs played on an ocarina. I’ll admit, it is very impressive—but I can’t even stand carrying keys around. [click to continue…]
Then again, unless you’re prepared to commit 400-500 hours to an accent wall this is probably not the project for you. In fact, that number doesn’t fully put the amount of work involved into perspective. [click to continue…]
Sure, your basement might be creepy. Those sounds you hear down there? Probably demons. Just be thankful that you aren’t Josh Brown. His basement is truly a terrifying (but luxurious) place. [click to continue…]
You know those Funko Pops you’re currently drowning in? Put some of them to use with fun crafts like this Ghostbusters-themed Valentine’s Day wreath from EPBOT. She provided a full tutorial, so you can make wreaths of your own for any occasion and literally any fandom you can imagine.
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