but upon closer inspection you will notice that the map is not made up of your
typical highways, streets and parks but instead of film titles…over 900 of them
bordered by Arlington Road and, over
on the east side, Thunder Road turns
into Sunset Boulevard at the
crossroads of Wuthering Heights and Mean Streets.
neighborhood has lake front property at the Reservoir Dogs…I’ve always wanted a cabin there.
fantasy of living on Nightmare on Elm
celebrating Sherlock’s classic line from the flick, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes will certainly add a bit of
mystery to your abode (not to mention it can be used as a fancy eye chart
during dinner parties to gage how drunk your guests are getting).
just talking about Fred, sheesh.
tale of a group of survivors battling the undead and each other, Fred and
Barney take on a group of their own decaying fossils in a heroic fashion, which
may or may not end with them getting ripped apart.
trilogy is over and now you have nothing to live for.
showing you a collection of minimalist Batman
prints that you can hang in your home?
with a particular film within the trilogy and how that image is delightfully
rendered in black and white (and one with a little splash of red) to make it
even more powerful.
within you…and on your walls.
that has been known to…..oh, who the hell cares about that when you can own a
collection of awesome mind-fraking movie prints from The Matrix, Memento and
Inception all done in a beautifully minimalist style.
talk about why you never seem to pick up the check when we go out to eat or how
I always seem to be the only one who has to make decisions in this relationship…no?
friends and family members who have birthed themselves some young ‘uns that isn’t
sickly sweet or downright horrific.
kept hung on the wall for years to come, this delightful ode to chick-power
(girl scouts taught me a thing or two about feminism) will be a definite
keepsake for any lucky tyke who gets it.
Lizard King Gorn (okay, it was a really a pissed off reptile captain who was
ticked that Kirk brought a bunch of crazy savage hostility to his solar system)
but it was the show that I remember the most from the Original Star Trek and the one where Shatner made
a freaking cannon out of bamboo and diamonds (the cannon was later debunked on Mythbusters…am I getting too nerdy for
fierce battle and is done in a classic style that will look mighty fine on your
wall (without it making you look like too huge of a dork).
art work does kinda scream HUGE NERD…oh well, it’s still pretty damn cool.
particular print because art, like Star
Wars, is something that has to affect you on a visceral level. And for some
reason a hand-printed Darth Vader carrying a big red spoon on a vintage dictionary
page just does it for me.
or something but hell, I dig it.
see you in the common room at the mental hospital soon.
get a beautifully illustrated set of them to hang on your wall at home.
shelf holding various “Wolverine” figures, comics and movies just to make the
point that he’s simply the best damn thing to ever come out of the comic
quiet simplicity, so perhaps just hang them up and leave them alone.
civilians without any thought at all.
be Godzilla once…has nothing to do with this really snazzy Godzilla silhouette poster
but I thought it was a lovely tribute to the internal life of a cranky lizard…by
the way, this is probably my favorite Godzilla print ever.)
placed upon a wall where candles are lit in his honor every Friday evening at
sundown (like Sabbath).
followed by an evening of watching Bill Murray movies. This painting by Rich Pellegrino would hang just above the television.
a Little Tobias in All of Us” Silhouette poster featuring the entire cast of Arrested Development (it’ll take you a
minute to see them all).
load in their pants after hearing that they were making new episodes…which
managed to create a career out of pushing boundaries through both his cinematic
and artistic work for close to 40 years, and for that I adore him.
of Filth by photographer Seth Kushner is worth owning if you happen to be in love with the man (who was once
quoted as saying of his eclectic tastes “…I love Bergman and I Dismember
Momma”) and his outstanding
dedication to making sickeningly fun films.
this is a real must have for any true fan.
original art piece that best represents a classic sense of nerdiness?
further than Sandy MacDonald’s hauntingly stark Lone Robot oil painting that
marries the iconic childhood toy with a desperate feeling of isolation (kind of
eating in a bathroom stall in Junior High in order to avoid a beating and how
your former significant other forced you to give up all your neato toys for the
sake of being a responsible adult…or maybe, that’s just my life…whatever.
had a Saturday morning cartoon back in the 70s would I have grown-up any
different? This is one of those questions that will keep you at night.
is: “How many of these prints can I buy before my credit goes bad?”
cost $10 so I have a ways to go before I need to start worrying.