One of the most iconic film buildings is the original Ghostbuster’s Firehouse HQ. With the new girl-power Ghostbusters flick is coming, LEGO fan-builder Eric Duron aka Baronsat builds a new custom Ghostbusters HQ with the Chinese Restaurant.
Uncharted 4 came out just last week, May 10th, but with it having not only a Singleplayer campaign but also a Multiplayer, I wanted to play this game a little while longer before I wrote anything about it. I had been waiting for this game since they first talked about it, and I pre-ordered the collector’s edition of the game back in September of 2015. Learning that it was going to be the final chapter in the Uncharted series, I was a bit nervous on how they would end his journey. Would he get a happy ending? Would this adventure be to much for him and have him perish at the end? As the day of release came closer and closer, I sat down and played through the three games that came before it, getting ready for my final adventure in this great series. Half way through the third game my doorbell rang and a large package was left outside my house; my collector’s edition had finally come, and it was time to set aside all responsibilities and play through both the single and multiplayer game.
Young British actor Tom Holland talks about finding out he’s the new Marvel’s Spider-Man on Sway’s Universe. Tom also talks about his b-boy past and his latest flick opening this weekend “In The Heart of the Sea.”
This is one bad@$$ concept car by SRT. Fiat/SRT takes a jump into the future of what a SRT hyper-car would look like in 2035. And you’ll have to wear a G-suit to drive this car because of the 2,590 horses and top speed of 371. This is the SRT Tomahawk Vision for Gran Turismo 6.
If you’re a Sony PlayStation fan, a miniature model collector or blind box buyer, then you might want to grab this Takara PlayStation History Collection 20th Anniversary. Takara which has already done an NES and SEGA collection, so you know these will be popular.
Get you credit cards ready for more Transformers toy fun. Take a hit video game console like the Sega MegaDrive aka Genesis and make it transform into Megatron. The MegaDrive Megatron should be dropping into stores this month.
It’s time to break out your 1980’s Sony Walkman cassette player or cassette boombox. Marvel Music/Hollywood Records will be releasing a limited edition cassette tape Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack exclusively through indie retailers on November 28, 2014 through December 31, 2014. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOSfM0iRLaE [Read more…]
Director and co-writer Tze Chun does his own PR by drawing posters for his film Cold Comes The Night (Sony/Goldwyn). The film stars Alice Eve (Star Trek Into Darkness), Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad). The film opens January 10, 2014 in theaters. Tze draws and paints 4 different posters that look really cool.
If you had recently stopped by your local electronics store, you may have seen more advertising pushed on a new type of digital camera class – the mirrorless DSLR. These cameras look like digital point and shoots (POS) but they have the ability to change lenses.
Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera (MILC)
Mirrorless Interchangeable-lens cameras (MILC) are just that – they are cameras without the mirrors. MILC cameras use electronic viewfinders, which is just the rear LCD screen, to look at your subject. Moreover, some have no viewfinders at all. Because of this, MILCs can be smaller and lighter, similar to POS digital cameras.
Mirrorless DSLRs use interchangeable lens just like the DSLR’s do. Now you have the option to use regular pancake lenses, wide-angle lenses, and telephoto lenses, unlike digital POS cameras where the lenses are fixed with limited zooming and focusing capabilities.
I am not a hardcore gamer but I am definitely a gamer. The first ever video game that I played was Pong (so u can probably guess how old I am). Then I went through the Atari, Nintendo, Playstation, etc. So when I saw this picture, all I can say was AWESOME. Also this is not some non-functional museum piece – all the systems are plugged in and ready to go! Can you imagine how cool it’d be to just pick out a game on the left hand side and turn on any system and play it?! It’s safe to say, if that did happen, I could probably then die a happy man.