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Archive for July, 2007

Don Vito Corleone – The Godfather Premium Format Figure

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007


The Premium Format Godfather Figure captures Don Vito Corleone as he stands tall in his immaculate black couture, poised as though ready to make you an offer that you cannot refuse. The figure is cast in high quality polystone, and dressed with real fabric clothing, all expertly tailored to enhance this museum quality 1:4 scale reproduction. The Godfather stands over 20″ tall atop his detailed display base and is sure to be the centerpiece of your Premium Format collection.

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T-800 Life-Size Bust

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007


To celebrate the 15th Anniversary of T2, Sideshow Collectibles and Stan Winston Studios have partnered to create the T-800 Life-Size Bust. Using life-casts of Arnold created during the filming of T2, Stan Winston’s team has created the ultimate T-800 bust. This is the real deal, life-like and accurate to the film. The T-800 Life-Size Bust is cast in fiberglass and polystone, then hand-finished and hand-painted to exacting standards. Don’t miss this opportunity to own the ultimate T2 collectible!

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Frankenstein’s Monster (Boris Karloff) Premium Format Figure

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007


Celebrating seventy years since the film’s release, Frankenstein’s monster rises once again and lumbers forth from the dark depths of the Sideshow Collectibles laboratory. Based on Boris Karloff’s version in The Bride of Frankenstein, the “Monster” is painstakingly hand-crafted, cast in the highest quality polystone and accurate down to the most intricate of details, from the wrinkles on his massive brow and hands, to the scarring along the side of his face. He is dressed in a tailored fabric costume, and stands atop a sturdy cobblestone textured base. You absolutely must give this sad, misunderstood creature a home. Alone… bad. Friend… good

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Frankenstein’s Monster (Boris Karloff) Premium Format Figure

Fred Claus

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007


Fred Claus (Vince Vaughn) has lived almost his entire life in his little brother’s very large shadow. Fred tried, but he could never live up to the example set by the younger Nicholas (Paul Giamatti), who was just a perfect… well… Saint. True to form, Nicholas grew up to be the model of giving, while Fred became the polar opposite: a repo man who then steals what he repossesses. Now Fred’s dirty dealings have landed him in jail. Over Mrs. Claus’s objections, Nicholas agrees to bail his big brother out on one condition: that he come to the North Pole and work off his debt making toys. The trouble is that Fred isn’t exactly elf material and, with Christmas fast approaching, this one bad seed could jeopardize the jolliest holiday of the year. Has Fred finally pushed his little brother to the brink? This time, what Fred may have stolen is Christmas itself, and it is going to take more than Rudolph to set things right.

Cast: Vince Vaughn, Paul Giamatti, Miranda Richardson, Elizabeth Banks Director: David Dobkin

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007


“J.K. Rowling delivers a truly magical finale” for Harry Potter. Read on:

It’s been a long time coming. And those of us that have stuck with Harry Potter over the course of his decade-long publishing life, have been anticipating the events of “book seven” since the very beginning. So, does the conclusion live up to ten years worth of expectations? Without a doubt! In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling has delivered an emotionally-charged, action-packed, and completely satisfying conclusion to the magical Harry Potter series.

[SPOILER WARNING: It should go without saying since you’re reading a review of the book, but some spoilers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows are mentioned beyond this point. We’re not giving everything away, but the structure of the novel and key plot points are discussed. You’ve been warned.]

With each novel in the boy-wizard series, Rowling seems to have evolved her characters along with her storytelling. Each book saw Harry, Ron, Hermione and friends changing and growing older, as Rowling’s style matured in tandem. There’s no doubt that she’s grown as an author over the course of the series, but the evolution seems more like an intentional effort to have the complexity of the book itself mirror the state of the characters and the world they live in. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the culmination of all this. Far from the simple story of an orphan boy living under the stairs, we’ve now come to an epic showdown between the forces of good and evil. Appropriately, Hallows is a very different book than any of the previous ones. The sense of humor, wonderment, and charm that are present in many of the previous books is largely absent here. There are light moments, of course, but the time for cracking jokes about booger-flavored jelly beans is over. This is war.

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Angel Premium Format Figure

Thursday, July 26th, 2007


Buffy fans, you can now preorder the Angel Premium Format Figure. This amazing piece will be extremely limited and won’t last long, so preorder yours today. Just click on the link below for more details:

Angel Premium Format Figure

Gandalf the Grey Legendary Scale Bust

Thursday, July 26th, 2007


Gandalf the Grey Legendary Scale Bust is the fourth piece to be released in the Sideshow’s line of Legendary Scale Lord of the Rings busts. This piece will be sure to sell out quickly so don’t delay. Click on the link below to order yours now:

Gandalf the Grey Legendary Scale Bust

Serenity Blue Sun Travel Poster Set

Thursday, July 26th, 2007



Now you can purchase the Serenity Blue Sun Travel Movie Poster Set. The set includes five posters inviting you to travel to historic Serenity Valley, tranquil Miranda, exciting Persephone, beautiful Sihnon and awe-inspiring Londinium. The sets are rolled and will be shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.

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Serenity Blue Sun Travel Poster Set

The Simpsons Movie

Thursday, July 26th, 2007


The Simpsons Movie doesn’t suck. Read the Australian review:

The four-fingered, little yellow family from the ‘burbs has been kicking around on TV screens for a long time now. The show has outlasted virtually every other animated series ever and is completely ingrained in the mindset of just about everyone over the age of 15. The Simpsons Movie had to happen – it was always on the cards – but its timing was always a critical factor. Now, in this heinous year of the lord 2007, Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie have finally graduated to the big screen and mostly it’s a success.

Irrespective of what anyone says in reviews or around the water cooler, the fact is, if you’ve stuck by the series since the early 90s, you’ll be paying for your ticket out of sheer curiosity. And rightly so – your purchase is completely justified because you probably won’t care that the final film is really only as good as the best episodes to come out of the last four seasons of the show. It comes close to capturing the spark the show had in its prime, even, but it doesn’t quite nail it.

Let’s start with the basics – motivation. Of all the ideas to be spitballed and brainstormed around the coffee table (and after a reported 100 drafts of the script), Groening greenlit the following very-timely concept: Springfield is on the brink of an environmental disaster after pollution and contaminants have wreaked havoc on the lake. Homer is the straw that breaks the proverbial horse’s back after the fat, yellow jackass dumps a silo full of faeces into the basin. Eventually, word gets back to the President of the United States (amusingly, Arnold Schwarzenegger has taken control of the oval office) and Springfield is dramatically quarantined under a massive translucent dome.

Click on the link below to read the entire review:

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Free Coupon to See Arctic Tale

Wednesday, July 25th, 2007


Paramount Vantage is giving away free coupons to see Arctic Tale. Look for the ad in the Arts & Leisure section of the New York Times or the Calendar section of the LA Times.

Coupon will be available in the following editions:

  • Sunday 7/22
  • Wednesday 7/25
  • Thursday 7/26
  • Friday 7/27
  • Saturday 7/28
  • Sunday 7/29

In theatres: July 25, 2007

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