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The Big Lebowski

It Goes Ding When There's Stuff

That Is One Ood Dude

The Circle must be broken, man. Earlier in the year, MTV had a nice cosplay post from Gallifrey One and somehow we missed this The Big Lebowski/Doctor Who mash-up. I feel like the only way it could have been improves is to replace the White Russian with a mini-bowling ball.

(via Neatorama, photo by Bryan Gateb)

Previously in Doctor Who


it's time to play the music

The Muppets as Characters in The Walking Dead, The Lord of the Rings, Other Less Than Kid-Friendly Movies and TV Shows

Now I’m imagining what Kermit could do with Legolas’ dialogue. “They’re taking the Hobbits to… gulp… Isengard.”

(by Kenny Durkin, via Laughing Squid)



Ale Giorgini’s Group Portrait Art Makes Me Wonder Why Real Movie Posters Are Never This Awesome

Artist Ale Giorgini packs characters a’ plenty in his group portrait versions of cult movies. It’s hard for me to pick a favorite: Is it Ghostbusters, because they’re all coming out of a proton pack?The Big Lebowski, because of the ferret (sorry, marmot) hanging out in the background? Star Wars, because… it’s Star Wars?

I can’t decide. I want to wallpaper my apartment with all of them.


Fans Do Cool Things

15 Gorgeous Images From Crazy 4 Cult: New York

Crazy 4 Cult: New York, a gallery show featuring over 200 artists and their classic cult movie inspired artwork, opens on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at a Gallery 1988 pop-up store in New York at 64 Gansevoort St. in the Meat Packing District. It runs until Saturday September 1, 2012. The show has attracted thousands of visitors since its inception in 2006, and has been the subject of an international coffee book. This will be the show’s first time outside of California, so make sure to show it some love, fellow New Yorkers!

Hit the jump for more really amazing pieces, and see if you can spot your favorite cult film!