These palm-sized metal skulls by propmaker Faustus70 are like having a tiny T-800 Terminator you can carry with you. Made from aluminum sheets riveted over a resin form. Buy a dozen, and fill your fruitbowl with ’em.
This hilariously bad performance of “I’ll Be Back” from a 1991 Top of the Pops deserves at least one viewing, if nothing more than to be thankful that Schwarzenegger himself wasn’t there to sing.
A while back, Peter Clute dug deep within his warped mind to create his Buzz Lightyear x T-800 mashup. Guess Woody was feeling left out, so he became one with the machines too.
We have no idea what to make of Husky Jackal Theater’s attempt to mount a production of Terminator 2 set to the words of Shakespeare, but with enough of your pledges, the show will go on.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Stan Lee’s The Governator animated series will premiere in 2012; a comic book, 3D film and internet programming are also being considered. (Thanks Jonathan!)
OneMinuteGalactica shows us in the most gentle and persuasive way that rudeness can kill, over and over and over again, with this mashup of retro instruction and the Governator. (Thanks Bort!)
While it’s a complete knock-off of Jimmy Kimmel’s Unnecessary Censorship, this potty-mouthed remix of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is still pretty funny, in our humble opinion.
Have you seen this toy? This awesome 12-inch figurine of Robert Patrick as the inimitable T-1000 includes a ton of accessories, including a split open head and hands with the pointy metal bits.
Neil Harbisson, born with achromatopsia causing him to see only black and white, created an eyeborg camera that sees colors and converts them to sound waves, which he uses to create art.
This T-800 was built entirely out of LEGOs, and is sure to scare the crap out of anyone who tries to stand in its way. Of course, you could always crush it in a compactor if you want to stop it.
What do you get when you take Buzz Lightyear, rip him from his suit, and a T-800 Terminator took his place? The Buzzinator, that’s what. Peter Clute’s toy mashup is truly deviant – and awesome.
Loaded with an arsenal that rivals small countries, this 12″ Sarah Connor figure will send any cybernetic organism packing; includes assault rifle, shotgun, pistol, and combat knife.
From the same DJ who brought us the fantastic UPular Remix: Arnold is back in a big way with Skynet Symphonic, composed of sound clips from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Arnold really meant it when he’d be back: this 12″, 1:6 scale T-800 figure is a spot-on replica of the Governator in Terminator 2, complete with detachable left endoskeleton arm.
Had James Cameron created the original Terminator in 2004 instead of 1984, it likely would be like this Textinator t-shirt; then again, Hasta La Vista, Baby might simply be TTYL kthxbye.
If you’ve ever wondered why T-800 Terminators look like Arnold, this deleted scene from Terminator 3 explains it all; it’s a terrible scene that needed to be cut, but still hilarious.
Seen multiple times in Terminator: Salvation, Hot Toys ups the ante with a heavily detailed Rubber Skin version of the T-600, preorders begin 7/2 at Sideshow. Thanks, RO!
You probably don’t want to be within a few hundred miles of zombie outbreaks with this The Machine tee, but we’re digging it’s cerebral take of the classic Terminator poster.
In a world dominated by robot movies, there was Transforminators: this clever parody by IGN mixes Transformers and Terminator, with a brilliant (but fake) Christian Bale voiceover.
Available today at Tee Fury, this Terminated t-shirt merges two of sci-fi’s greatest killer cyborgs into one twisted, time-traveling mess: “Luke, I am your father, but I killed him, too.”
It’s amazing what a little voice work, a sweet soundtrack and anti-aliasing can do, but this launch trailer for Terminator: Salvation has our hopes way up for the game; it’s out today.
Terminator: Salvation’s Marcus Wright toes the line between hero and villain with this 1:6 figure; it sports two heads (one battle damaged), two outfits, three hands, and weapons.
The extended trailer for Terminator: Salvation features new dialogue, mostly between Sam Worthington and Anton Yelchin; it also includes Christian Bale’s familiar running monologue.
Thanks to Ain’t It Cool News, check out Playmates’ entire stash of Terminator: Salvation toys; everything from light-up T-600 skulls to John Connor figures will hit store shelves 4/19.
In contrast to the intro, this Terminator: Salvation’s 2016 trailer is pure gameplay but is surprisingly effective at getting the heart rate up with combat scenes in a shattered Los Angeles.
A geektastic amount of sci-fi loot hits the auction block 4/30, including Blade Runner’s blaster, Terminator’s HK Tank, Wolverine’s claws, Darth Maul’s lightsaber and a Halo 3 rifle.
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