Alex on Instructables spent a mere $225 creating this costume of a power loader from Aliens. Materials included foam boards, a racing harness, a revolving amber light, PVC pipe, spray paint, hoses, cables, wires, and a hot glue gun. And, no… before you make any jokes, those are not the ingredients for a romantic night […]
If only it had tiny mandibles that extended to offer each piece of candy. If only.
As you can see in the video, the rarely-spotted, deep-sea-dwelling goblin shark can actually launch its jaws out from its mouth to catch an unsuspecting prey, much as the creatures in Ridley Scott’s Alien can do. And as you can see on the crotch of my pants, a warm wet spot is quickly forming. Via […]
When you’re in the mood for a jelly-filled confection, usually a doughnut will do the trick. But if a doughnut won’t quite sate that craving, then–obviously–the next logical answer is a jelly-filled Alien facehugger cake, like this one from the That Takes the Cake sci-fi-themed cake show in Austin. Obviously. Photo Credit: Devrah on Flickr […]
This E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial cake is yet another impressive piece of confectionery work to come out of the That Takes the Cake sci-fi-themed cake show in Austin. Photo Credit: DigiNik13 on Flickr And I’ve seen dogs in heat less suuuuuper-happy to see you than E.T.’s finger. In the photo below, even E.T. seems to be […]
On your wedding day, Seattle’s Jet City Cakes wants you to remember: love takes many forms, and can–in turn–be sweet, dark, sticky, or have you violently ejecting your inside parts through a gaping chest cavity. MAZEL TOV! Behold their H.R. Giger Alien cake inspired by the Swiss nightmare-surrealist, who won a Visual Effects Oscar for […]« Previous Entries Next Entries »