This is an $850 Ghostbuster Proton Pack replica from Viking Props (which, despite the name, sells zero horned helmets or Thor hammers). It's pretty accurate, and even has some light up effects. Even more light effects and some sound ones are available too, but at an extra cost. So yeah, you might be better off building your own out of parts salvaged from a neighbor's garage. And by salvaged I obviously mean stolen. Just don't touch his pin-up calendar.
Hit the jump for a couple more shots and a short video of the gun's light effects.
Andy Helms went and redesigned minimalistic posters for the first three Star Wars films (the good ones). These are the results (other two after the jump). As you might have noticed, I used the most phallic one for the front page because I'm you're a pervert. And, if you're ... / Continue →
Ever wanted to own your own full size Omni Consumer Products Enforcement Droid 209 (ED-209) from Robocop before? Well now you can because Hollywood Parts is selling one on eBay for $25,000. Granted it's not how I'd spend 25-grand, but a lifetime supply of bourbon isn't for ev... / Continue →
Some company called Fiberglass Freaks (I'm more of an Asbestos Freak myself) is manufacturing officially licensed replicas of the 1966 Batmobile Adam West used to drive when he wasn't too busy pretending to climb building exteriors. And all for $150K! Move over, that Ferrari ... / Continue →