PrintE-mail Written by Jack Bottomley

Welcome once again to the movie marketplace that is Watto’s Emporium, which rounds up some of the best merch that we found across the online galaxy this week. From monsters to gamers to agents, this week’s Emporium is as barmy as any and would you really expect anything less? So come with us for our weekly stroll through the shelves of the Emporium and see what new items will be joining the ever-increasing ranks of movie merchandise…

3. Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation Poster Print (etsy.com, £16.98)

This Monday Ethan Hunt and co. return, as the exciting and excellent Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray. So to celebrate the occasion or to just praise one of the few movie series that has actually gotten better as it has gone along (the Fast & Furious series is comparable in that regard) you could do worse than this minimalist styled handmade Rogue Nation poster print. Made by Greater Geek of etsy.com, this print is stylish and combines the sexy, the dangerous and the iconic fuse wire visual of the series all in one. Simple but effective!


2. Pac man Game Belt Buckle (beltsbucklestees.com, £10)

This Monday also sees the release of Chris Columbus’ retro gaming inspired action/Comedy Pixels (press x to read our review). The results were, erm, not so highly scoring shall we say? However that shouldn’t stop you celebrating your geeky affection for all things retro and they don’t come anymore gloriously retro than Pac Man. The yellow spherical compulsive over-eater makes an appearance in Pixels but this belt buckle goes one step further of carrying your love of Pac-man everywhere with you. This belt buckle from beltsbucklestees.com is affordable and takes the iconic arcade visuals of Pac man and transfers them onto this big and showy buckle that will undeniably be snapped up by the Pac man clan out there.



1. Curse of Frankenstein Bust (monstersinmotion.com, $99.99 USD)

The newest spin on Mary Shelly’s undying text, Victor Frankenstein (resurrect your interest for the mad genius right here with our review), is in cinemas now. So to celebrate the fact that the Frankenstein name is as strong as ever, how about we pay tribute to one of the most beloved films based on Shelly’s horror tale. Hammer’s 1957 film The Curse of Frankenstein starred Peter Cushing as the good (or rather mad) scientist but he was opposed by the towering Christopher Lee as his horrific onscreen creation. The two always gave us a memory to cherish and this was no different and the fine folks at monstersinmotion.com have paid their respect with this awesome Frankenstein’s monster bust. Inspired by Lee’s monster in the film, the bust is rather detailed and an item that will be very much at home on the shelf of any Hammer Horror fan!



Be sure to keep an eye out every week for our pick of the top 3 funnest, funkiest and freakiest finds in our online merchandising explorations!

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