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29 Apr 2013
I picked up Cyberverse Predaking and thought he was pretty great (I like him over the Voyager, in fact, which must be heresy to some people), but the cumbersome dragon head halves were driving me nuts. Turns out that the plate they sit on is hinged, but the hinged is blocked by design. I carved the blockage out and it's 100% better and more compact, plus it looks like it's stock.
Any other recent tweaks out there like that?
31 Jan 2013
Did anyone out around the boards ever make a cast of Generations Junkheap's correct visor/antennae block from the Botcon version? I'd really like to get my hands on a clear cast of it so Junkheap doesn't have such oddly sunken eyes anymore.
16 Dec 2012
I saw this movie on Syfy or Chiller once within the last couple of years and never caught the title or the ending, and it's driving me crazy because it was pretty good.
So here's what I remember of the plot:
The protagonist is middle-aged guy whose son was kidnapped something like five years earlier and presumed dead. I think he also had a daughter. Seems like he was a police officer as well. Like a third of the movie examines how his son's disappearance and several others are linked, as well as showing how those events have royally messed up a lot of things in his life because he didn't handle the loss well.
About midway through the movie, he puts together the pieces that all these kids were home alone when the post officer (I think) came by in a specific route or something like that. He picks up the officer, who switches from "friendly neighborhood delivery guy" to super smug and creepy as soon as he's told what the charges are. Turns out the reason he's smug is because arresting him was a spectacularly bad idea.
The last part of the movie explains why arresting the postman was bad. Turns out he didn't kill all these kids he'd taken over the years, but had locked them in his basement for years, giving them a steady diet of the bare minimum of food and water laced with heavy narcotics like PCP and sensory deprivation. The door to the basement is on a timer that he resets every day after he gets back from his route. Since he was arrested, he couldn't reset the timer, so the door is unlocked. The kids are now insane, hyper violent, and nearly cannibalistic. The 15-20 of them spread out into the streets killing anything and everything.
The climax comes when the daughter and the hero are in his car trying to reach the police station and one of the psycho kids dives into his windshield. It turns out to be his son.
...And that's when I had to go do other stuff and figured it would rerun, which it never did. I can't remember any of the cast members that well, aside from saying that it wasn't a Syfy original and didn't seem to be Canadian either.
So does anyone know what I'm talking about? My web searches have turned up zip.
15 Oct 2012
Stumbled across this auction:
Unproduced Bat Transformer in Wax
Sure enough, it has a Batman Beyond head and symbol. Considering Hasbro held the rights to Batman Beyond's action figure line at the time this prototype was likely produced, did we miss a transforming Batman by hair?
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