SAY WHAT AGAIN!!
What could surely be classified as a Cult Classic film despite nation wide success on both screen and DVD, Pulp Fiction finally comes out on Blu-Ray. Always a great movie to throw in any day that you have just under 3 hours to kill and be willing to make some ex-coke users cringe at times. It also gives one an urge to make a homemade milk-shake then feel the utter shame after it’s disastrous failure when it doesn’t even come close to as close to being as good a $5 one.
The softer side of Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield
And just in case you forgot how good the trailer was that made you want to rush right out and see it in the first place…here is another peek at Quentin at his finest!
Miramax | 1994 | 154 min | Rated R | BluRay: Oct 04, 2011 | MSRP $14.99.
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Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield Poster: http://www.popartuk.com/film/pulp-fiction/jules-and-vincent-cartoon-gn0229-poster.asp
Leave it to the Japanese to freak me out in just the right way. I mean consider all the other things that they have made that freak me out like the horrific scene of being lifted from your bed as an elderly person by a semi real looking robot, or the horrific cute looking anime girl that then turns into cannibalistic demons that shoot lasers out of their eyes!!! With that being said welcome to the future Halloween hit for the Uber rich Spookster.
Buyers can get a 3D “face mask” for US$3,920 (additional copies cost just US$780 each). Each replica of one’s head costs US$5,875 (copies: US$1,960).
3D Printers have opened up the possibility for plenty of technological or fabricated materials and parts. Who would have thought….”Hey what about a copy of my face?”. And once again the future of humanity gets thrusted forward a few centimeters with such brilliance and innovation option of a new idea.
“A Japanese company called REAL-f [JP] is creating so-called 3DPFs (“3 Dimension Photo Forms”), copies of human faces “in 3D”. The startup offers two versions, a mask type replica and the so-called mannequin type, a replica of the head. The way it works is that REAL-f first shoots pictures of a person’s face from various positions and imprints the image on vinyl chloride resin stretched over a mold. According to the company, it’s unique production technology makes sure that even details like the iris and blood vessels are replicated accurately.”
Here is something to end this post:
One step forward to being funny