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Combine your nerdy Game of Thrones adoration with your sporty side, or perhaps make an ironic reference to the fact you’d much rather spend hours binge watching TV than actually partaking in any sport – either way, these are all pretty cool.

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Famous swords adorn the pages of countless fantasy works many with their roots deeply planted in history and myth. Throughout history, famous swords have taken on an impressive symbolic depth and are a mainstay in heroic tales, fictional and otherwise. The famous swords I’ve selected here are all drawn from fantasy literature, a few of them with connections to historic legend, each of them representing something potent, something enduring and imbuing their user with that same power. There are certain to be any number of awesome famous fantasy swords left off the list, so don’t forget to share your own favourites in the comments at the end.

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Check out these awesome designs inspired by Alice in Wonderland - http://www.pop-cultured.net/5-clever-pieces-of-alice-in-wonderland-art/
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From first episode to last, Mad Men leaves us with style, with intelligence and an assumption that it’s audience had at least a little of the same.

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The magic of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has inspired countless artists to recreate its wondrous scenes in their own work. Salvador Dali famously illustrated a 1969 edition of the classic children’s tale which, four years ago, went for a cool $13,000 at auction.
But if you don’t have 13k to spend on Alice in Wonderland inspired art, or even if you do and would like some complimentary and wearable pieces of Wonderland art, then look no further. Each of these charming pieces have been selected from the Red Bubble catalogue. Each of them takes on a different aspect of the Alice tale and a couple within a clever pastiche of pop culture references.

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The movie’s timing coincided with real-world concerns. The United States has come under criticism for its reliance on surveillance drones which, like its cinematic counterpart, serves as a government watchdog on individuals, but can also remove potential threats. Produced in 2013 and 2014, the film capitalized on Edward Snowden’s infamous leaked documents concerning investigative government agencies such as the National Security Agency, the F.B.I., and the C.I.A. Their ties with drone-killing programs have continued to make headlines, with harsh condemnations concerning the contentions between the program and the ideologies of American freedom and democracy.

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What would the princess bride have been like with different actors cast in these iconic roles? Carey Elwes’ memoir, As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride (2014), contains a number of fascinating revelations on actors who were considered for the film in Reiner’s adaptation as well as those considered by other directors who had started the adaptation process. #theprincessbride  

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#thebabadook #australianhorror #australiancinema #moviereviews  

The Babadook is an unsettling and deeply sad film by a filmmaker who understands how to manipulate the nuances of fear and horror into a relatable, touching film. As a first feature film from Jennifer Kent, it’s a remarkable achievement, making her a director and writer to definitely keep an eye on.
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