Can’t make it to Star Wars opening weekend? Save yourself from spoilers!


Ok, we all know it’s going to be a mad house at the theaters for the next month. We all want to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens as soon as possible but sometimes you just have to wait. However, with the internet and media and friends and family all seeing the film, there is a very good chance it might get spoiled. Well don’t worry. There is actually a browser extension that you can download to block all Star Wars spoilers! The extension will safely block any and all Star Wars related content and replace it with Star Wars quotes.

The Mary Sue has your back and is reporting on an Internet browser extension that will keep Star Wars off your page views! Reporter Dan Van Winkle says:

Now you can safely preserve your Force Awakens innocence until you see it with your own two eyes.


How cool is that?! We live in a day and age where things get spoiled quite often. This should be made for everything. But until then, remember your Jedi training, board the Millennium Falcon and get the Force Block: the Star Wars spoiler blocker!

An American Werewolf in London – Restoration


When creating practical special effects for movies, said effects are only made for the filming of the movie. They are aren’t designed to stand the test of time. Because of this; most props, puppets, creature and monster effects fall apart and basically disintegrate. This is where Tom Spina Designs comes in. Tom and his team will restore and preserve television and film props to “bring them back to life”.

They have done amazing work on films such as Gremlins, Star Wars, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters and even An American Werewolf in London.

He has done amazing work on the decomposing “Jack Goodman” character played by Griffin Dunne in An American Werewolf in London.

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Head on over to Tom Spina Designs and check out the sick work they have done.