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Author: Luke B

How to Train Your Dragon Toothless Statue from Sideshow Toys

I am a pretty big fan of how to train your dragon, in fact, I have been heard saying it is one of, if not THE best Dreamworks film in my opinion and worthy even of Pixar’s high standard. From the great story and source material to the amazing art design and heavy influence of Chris Saunders (Lilo and Stitch), How to Train Your Dragon is a work of art. But really, the star of the show is toothless. If you aren’t familiar, Toothless is the name of the Dragon in HTTYD, found by the lead character __ and you...

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Review: Iron Fist – Netflix

You know the feeling when everyone disagrees with you? You’re going along in your daily life, you think your views are pretty well balanced and then suddenly Trump gets voted in, or we decide Brexit is the answer. Well, that’s how I feel today. After a lot of negative backlash about Iron Fist, I have to stand up and say I enjoyed it a lot! What’s Wrong With Iron Fist? Ok, so there has been a lot of negative comments about Iron Fist and the main ones are; the fight scenes are lackluster, and it’s just a tad racist....

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Lego BrickHeadz Have Arrived

Lego has announced that their new line of BrickHeadz will be released on the 1st of March, however, if you are a Lego VIP, then you can buy them now! Head over to Lego.com or Lego Stores to pick up yours now. You can read more about Lego BrickHeadz and see the full range at Bricksblog.com...

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Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events Review

  A Series of Unfortunate Events is unlike almost every other tv show I’ve seen, how you ask? It is self-aware and often breaks the fourth wall. Here, ‘the fourth wall’ refers to “a performance convention in which an invisible, imagined wall separates actors from the audience. While the audience can see through this “wall“, the convention assumes, the actors act as if they cannot.” – wikipedia And A Series of Unfortunate Events breaks it often. Oh, by the way, that was a little joke that you will likely only get if you’ve seen at least some of the series. But let’s start at the beginning, shall we? The Bad...

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Pixar Worked on The Nightmare Before Christmas?

Pixar Worked on The Nightmare Before Christmas?! What!? How did I never know this? There are always facts flying around to do with Nightmare Before Christmas, things that I already knew, like, Tim Burton didn’t direct it. The whole Tim Burton involvement is that he came up with the story and gives the film it’s overall style from the sketches he had made (If you have got any of his sketchbooks, you should check them out. The Melancholy Life of Oyster Boy is a great one). He was the producer. The producer can have a great deal of artistic input...

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