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For the kid trapped inside of you



Have you ever wondered if you were too old to buy the Lego Star Wars or the Marvel Super heroes sets?

You’re not.

You don’t need to have a kid or a nephew as an excuse to play with any  movie or series themed Lego. Check out the following unofficial kits designed by hardcore lego and movie fans. How cool are they?



Breaking Bad (or Bricking Bad):



And what about this “Dragon Sword Fighter Force” set (an unofficial Game of Thrones character pack) from Citybricks, known for creating unofficial play sets using customized Lego minifigs.



But what if these projects could become real Lego boxes ?

If you would like to have your favorite show or movie as a Lego set, you can submit it to the Lego Idea website. If your projects gets 10,000 votes, you have a chance to have it picked and it will become a new Lego set sold worldwide!

In recent years Ghostbusters   and the Back to the Future’s Delorean  won the Idea Project :

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The next one going into production is this  Big Bang Theory kit :


Next for review is the Goonies ship! I would definitely do the Truffle Shuffle to get it!


And you can still vote for the ET and the Avatar set, and many more!:



Will you add one of those to your Christmas list?


5 reasons to rejoice this week-end !


If you haven’t been paying attention to the important matters of the world his week, let Videora enlighten you!

Here is what you missed:

1. The upcoming Star Wars movie, has a name: “The force awakens”, and a release date: Dec 18, 2015.

You now have 13  months left to brainstorm about what this title can tell you about the storyline !



2. Downton Abbey has been renewed for a sixth season.

In other words: the end of the world has been postponed to 2016



3. HBO has aired an unmisseable 4-part drama this week: Olive Kitteridge, starring Frances McDormand and Bill Murray (need I say more?) . Catch up with the two episodes already aired on this streaming website.



  1. AMC has released a “behind the scenes” video for their upcoming new show “Better Call Saul”, the Breaking Bad spinoff (aka: our only reason to live this winter) : Exciting or what???


  1. Interstellar is released today (in the US). But is it worth all the buzz? Check out what the critics are saying



You may now go back to your cave.



Don’t miss these movies!


Movie fans are in for a treat with the release of some highly anticipated movies in the coming weeks!

Check out what we’re getting excited for:

1.  Birdman (October, 17)

The movie stars Michael Keaton as a washed-up actor who once played an iconic super hero who tries to regain his past glory- by putting together a broadway play. The word on the street is that Keaton’s getting an oscar nod for this role. It’s directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarittu, the guy behind “Babel” and “21 Grams”, so I don’t advise you to go watch the movie, I command you to.

2. St Vincent (October 24)

Even though the plot is all but new (an old, grumpy guy makes friend with the boy that just moved in next door… this sounds like “About a boy” or even “Gran Torino”), it stars Bill Murray, Melissa Mc Carthy and Naomi Watts. Bill Murray, yes, you read correctly.  So far there’s a lot of hype around the film with talk about it being Murray’s greatest role.  Go buy your ticket now. Did I mention it stars Bill Murray?

3. Interstellar :

There will be no escaping this blockbuster by Christopher Nolan on November 7. The movie has been dubbed a breed between “Cli-fi” (new  term for “climate change fiction” and “Sci-fi”). The storyline remains a little unclear on purpose to highten anticipation and mystery: “a group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage”. With Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hatthaway as main actors, it sounds like we will have no choice but to watch it.

4. Exodus (release date: Dec,12):                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Put together a biblical story directed by Ridley Scott with John Turturro Aaron Paul (yes, that’s Jesse Pinkman from Breaking Bad), Christian Bale, Sigourney Weaver, throw in some nice gladiators in skirts + some great special effects and you should get your Christmas movie. The story follows the defiant leader Moses as he rises up against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses. Scott claims that the movie will be “f**cking huge” in its scope, which isn’t hard to believe when you watch the trailer.


It’s been a while since we’ve had such great movies to look forward to! Which ones top your list?

(The release dates indicated are for the US)


It’s movie trivia time!


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Let’s play the « quote » game !

We’ll start off with a “not so easy” one. The first person to give the name of the movie from which the quote below is taken from,  wins a VSO Downloader Ultimate license for free!!!

Use the “Leave a comment” feature above (right under the title) to participate and indicate the movie name.

Ready ?

Here is the quote:

“I do wish we could chat longer, but I’m having an old friend for dinner. Bye.”