Jigsaw Prosthetic Arm
The Prop: A replica of killer Jigsaw’s arm, used in Saw II . It’s from the scene where Detective Matthews breaks Jigsaw’s finger. There’s even hair detail and a free IV drip included.
The Cost: £4,500
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Either as a very elaborate back scratcher, or to put through a dodgy insurance claim with some very convincing snaps.
Disney Movie Clapboard
The Prop: A clapboard inscribed with the Disney insignia.
The Cost: $0.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Clapping it every time we order our other half to get us something from the kitchen. “Aaaand action!”
Alien Egg & Facehugger
The Prop: Lifesized replica of an Alien egg and the facehugger within. Made from rubber latex, the facehugger has a wire skeleton that means it’s completely posable. Just think of the possibilities.
The Cost: £450
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Decorating the new flat with a grungy out of this world theme.
Harry Potter Sorting Hat
The Prop: A replica of the famous Sorting Hat from the Harry Potter movies. Though we assume this prop doesn’t come with the voice of Leslie Phillips.
The Cost: £39.95
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Pretending we’re the real star of Harry Potter . Obviously.
Dark Knight Grapnel Gun
The Prop: A 16” replica of the gun used by Batman himself in The Dark Knight. Just as slick as anything you'll find in Chris Nolan's comic book opus.
The Cost: £189.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Jumping around the house in our Batman costume – the perfect accessory.
The Prop: A blade genuinely used during the filming of Braveheart .
The Cost: £90
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Carving up the Sunday roast. And taking to medieval battle re-enactments every other month.
Clint Eastwood Holster Rig
The Prop: Sadly not worn by Clint Eastwood, but near enough – this is a replica of the holster he sported in A Fistful Of Dollars and The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly .
The Cost: $109
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Storing our Batman Grapnel Gun whenever we’re not using it to fight crime. Or spying on the neighbours.
Alien Head Bust
The Prop: A lifesize bust of the Alien head as crafted by Sideshow Collectables. There are only 500 in the entire world. We want it.
The Cost: £900
What We'd Use It For In 2011: As a menacing doorstop for the backdoor when it gets too hot in the summer time.
Indiana Jones Voodoo Broach
The Prop: Handmade, cast from lead, with imitation gems and black ostrich feathers. Perfect gift for granny.
The Cost: £10
What We'd Use It For In 2011: We’d give it to an unsuspecting family member, then access its spooky voodoo powers to spy on everything they do. Then judge them.
The Prop: Hellacool mask that comes with the predator’s detachable faceplate, as well as detailed dreadlocks.
The Cost: £59.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Ensuring we always get a seat on the tube to work. Fnarr.
Labyrinth Door Knockers
The Prop: The door knocker faces from the classic ‘80s Jim Henson movie. One can’t hear. One can’t talk.
The Cost: £27.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Giving the bathroom door a bit of character.
Aliens Pulse Rifle
The Prop: Gotten the hint yet, Santa? We want Alien stuff! Like this M41A Pulse Rifle replica.
The Cost: £149
What We'd Use It For In 2011: For aiming at our Alien egg and facehugger prop, pretending we’re Sigourney Weaver and yelling "goddammit!" a lot.
Moobys Drinks Cup
The Prop: A cup from Mooby’s, where Randal and Dante work, replete with the Mooby cow and ‘Beefy Good-Time Cookin’ text. As seen in Clerks II .
The Cost: £59
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Brewing a special Kevin Smith inspired beverage. Dash of beard optional.
V For Vendetta Mask
The Prop: Creepy fibreglass replica of the mask from V For Vendetta . Goatee included.
The Cost: $59
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Giving ourselves a smiley face when it’s a really rainy day out.
Superman 3 Newspaper
The Prop: A copy of The Daily Planet , replete with oil-themed headline – for when Supes goes good again, and fixes the oil tanker and resultant oil slick.
The Cost: £129
What We'd Use It For In 2011: We’d leave it on the coffee table amid copies of The Sun and The Guardian , and see if anybody noticed. Fun times for all.
Magnolia Silicon Frog
The Prop: A prop used in Magnolia during the scene when it rains frogs. Literally.
The Cost: £59
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Practical jokes. I.e. leave it somewhere new and unexpected in the house, and wait for partner/housemates/siblings to react with screams. Never gets old.
The Prop: Prop feet used during filming of From Dusk Till Dawn, Buffy The Vampire Slayer (season 7) and Angel (season 3).
The Cost: £149
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Getting back at granny when she says we need to cut our toenails.
Anchorman News Award
The Prop: A 12” replica of the KYWT 4 News Award, as spotted in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
The Cost: £49
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Practising our own acceptance speeches.
The Goonies Pirate Book
The Prop: An exact replica of the book that Josh Brolin leafs through in The Goonies ’ attic scene.
The Cost: £Unknown
What We'd Use It For In 2011: We’d scour the pages religiously looking for hints of buried treasure. While wearing an eyepatch.
Ripped Out Eyeball
The Prop: A scarily convincing latex eyeball. It’s lifesize, too. From Dead Head Props.
The Cost: $7.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Getting numerous sick days off work by pretending we have an ongoing eye problem. Texting over photographic evidence should do the trick.
Luna Lovegoods Spectrespecs
The Prop: Authentic fake spectrespecs as modelled on those worn by Luna Lovegood in Half-Blood Prince. Given away free by The Quibbler.
The Cost: $6
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Attending any parties thrown by Elton John.
The Prop: A replica of the braceleft worn by Esme in Twilight .
The Cost: £16.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Pretending we belong to a top secret cult, and acting all smug about it.
Jason Voorhees Mask
The Prop: Thick, flexible looky-like of the mask Jason likes to hide behind.
The Cost: £39.99
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Playing hockey. That’s what Jason uses it for, right?
Saw Billy Puppet
The Prop: Full-size replica of the scary Billy puppet from the Saw movies. Cast from the original puppet, it’s one of just 100 in existence.
The Cost: £1,200
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Training to be a ventriloquist. Or a serial killer. Whichever comes easier.
Ripped Face Prosthetic
The Prop: Injuries get extreme with this face-bashing prosthetic, which features torn skin, teeth and muscle tissue.
The Cost: £19.50
What We'd Use It For In 2011: Pretending we’re an extra in The Walking Dead . We really want to be on that show.
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