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Pacific Rim - THE SUITCASE.

This arrived in the office - it’s a box of Kaiju Remedies/monster organs. Gross and awesome. Just because the world’s coming to an end doesn’t mean you can’t make a buck out of it!

Included in the Halliburton-style suitcase - two pieces of cool art of heavy stock paper, a brochure for Hannibal Chau’s Kaiju Remedies - more at - preview comic book - hardcover, mind you, and lovingly presented organs themselves - although they seem quite small - maybe they’ve been harvested from Kaiju parasites…

In any case, it’s nice to see some artistry come back into film marketing - early reports from public screenings of the film are overwhelmingly positive - for my own part - Guillermo del Toro is a director who rarely makes a false step - I am super excited to see Pacific Rim on the big screen.

BTW - if anyone needs some kaiju organs… I can sort you out.

Pacific Rim is out in Oz July 11, US & UK July 12. 

Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July!

Well, this is cool.


It took five people to operate the Jabba the Hutt puppet. Two for the arms, one for the mouth, one to control the eyes and one to control the tail.

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983)

Mine’s the one that says…



He knows when…

You’ve seen the red carpet - but what’s it like to be actually inside a Star Trek Into Darkness World Premiere? It’s exactly like this. The Sci Fi Show

Doctor Who worked for Ray Harryhausen. The Sci Fi Show

Seriously, Tom Baker was in ‘The Golden Voyage of Sinbad’. 

Cast shot from JJ Abrams’ ‘Almost Human’.  The Sci Fi Show


It’s time for another Geyser of Awesome field trip! Let’s all fly to Japan and go play at the Kurihama Flower Park and where we’ll slide down Godzilla’s tail.

Kaiju Slide = Super Awesome

This playground Godzilla is nearly 30 feet tall and weighs 5 tons. All one has to do to ride down the slide is first climb a set of stairs leading right into the monster’s crotch. 

According to Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft:

“The reason why there’s a huge Godzilla at this park in Kanagawa is because in the first Godzilla film, the beast emerged out of the ocean at a nearby beach, known as Kanonzaki. To mark this, there was a Godzilla slide erected at the beach in 1958, which probably inspired other, far less impressive Godzilla slides on Japanese playgrounds throughout the country.

The slide at Kanonzaki fell in to disrepair by the early 1970s. You can, however, still see “Godzilla’s footprint” at the shore. A new, far more impressive version of the slide was built at nearby Kurihama Flower Park in 1999. It still stands today.”

[via Kotaku]

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Nic Cage Voltron. Invincible. The Sci Fi Show

Nic Cage Voltron. Invincible. The Sci Fi Show

Oblivion New York Public Library Stunts - Making Of (by TheSciFiShow)


Gigeresque Alien corset


Gigeresque Alien corset

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Probably the nerdiest pi you’ll see this Pi Day. The Sci Fi Show