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Aslan Sculpture Comes Alive Using 4,000 Scraps of Metal

Aslan Sculpture Comes Alive Using 4,000 Scraps of Metal

Do you love The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe? So do we. Which is why we are in love with Selçuk Yilmaz's metal lion sculpture named Aslan. Okay, so maybe he didn't specifically name this larger-than-life lion after our childhood hero (since Aslan is actually Turkish for lion), but we don't care.

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Over the course of a year, Istanbul-based Yilmaz made Aslan from 4,000 pieces of metal scraps. He hand-cut and hammered each scrap himself, meticulously crafting the big cat's body. Weighing around 550 pounds (pretty much the weight of an actual male lion), Aslan's form moves from large single sheets forming the midsection to the thin interlocking strips creating the bridge of his nose and the tendrils of his mane.

Yilmaz has many other projects available to view through Behance, including an imposing black vulture, a human man and a cobra, but Aslan is by far his most impressive and certainly marks a turning point in the talented artist's portfolio.


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


Wulfboyraff

Traditionally, Halloween night is a night when I get together with friends and watch awful horror movies and if that’s not possible, Halloween III (it’s an absolute classic – don’t you judge me).

This year that’s not proving possible, sadly, but over the last couple of nights I’ve been entertaining myself watching some classic films on the Netflix and Amazon Prime (now that I’ve discovered how to work Amazon Prime on the laptop). My plan for later tonight is to watch Eat Locals and possibly It (Part One) depending on when the last trick or treater turns up.

Although that said I might just watch Dog Soldiers again. It’s been about a month since last time I watched it. Decisions, decisions.

However, before I do that, here’s half-a-dozen recommendations for great (for a given value) movies that you might enjoy this Halloween evening. They’re all either on Netflix or available free with an Amazon Prime subscription because I am nothing if not cheap. They’re not explicitly Halloween movies – I watched “Tales of Halloween” last night to see if it would make the cut and it didn’t and that was the only explicitly Halloween themed movie on my watch list. It wasn’t bad incidentally, just not great. And this list has both Lifeforce and The Lair of the White Worm on it.

Damn now I feel bad for Tales of Halloween and want to add it back onto the list but I’m going to be strong. Watch it if you like – one or two of the stories are fun and there’s plenty of knowing nods to the genre but it’s not making the cut tonight so stop hassling me. God!

I’ve presented them in chronological order, because there’s no point doing a list in order of worst-to-best when all the entries are just great. Arguably.

TL:DR – watch Ghost Stories (2017) if you’re only watching one spooky movie this Halloween


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