So yeah, the Netflix original series Stranger Things is, in fact, VERY AWESOME; especially for adults like myself who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s. So until a second season the made and released, we can enjoy the next best thing in this new fandom: floor plan and section drawings of two of the show’s main settings from architect Boryana Ilieva. Known for creating studies of space and light in cinematic architecture, Ilieva produces these lovely interpretation of the primary homesteads from the acclaimed series. Also, I’m going to attempt to talk about these drawings without spoiling anything, so wish me luck! Continue reading “The Homes from ‘Stranger Things’ Rendered in Beautiful Plans and Sections”
“Once upon a time, on a sad Valentine, in a place known as Henniger Mine. A legend began, every woman and man, would always remember the time…” In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the cult classic eighties slasher-horror film, My Bloody Valentine, in five, important, simple, easy-to-follow points. Continue reading “My Bloody Valentine – Geek Me Five #11”
QUESTION: Who wants to feel old and also realize how far pro wrestling today is from the ages of Rock & Wrestling of the 1980’s and the Attitude Era of the late-1990’s with massive pop culture appeal? Well, this is for YOU! Back in 1985, a fake Roddy Piper marched through a group of children for “Timber Lake Camp’s WrestleMania.” While the whole scenes just seems pretty innocuous, however, out Hulk Hogan, the Hulkster, the Real American himself, complete with is ripped Hulkamania shirt and his gold cross, with a hint of vague awareness of where he is. Needless to say, EVERY kid in this camp then proceeded to lose their freaking minds and go ape-wild! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Hulkamania!
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