Hi my hot cute girly and boy geeks of course, as you could have read in my last post, I’m still busy. I’m hoping that March will bring some peace and quiet in my life, but until then. If I have the time, I’ll write a couple of posts and let them be posted on my blog spread out throughout the week. I’m still catching up with older posts and as promised I would do a post about the film museum I went to last year.
- Name: London Film Museum
- Place: London, UK.
- Location: South Bank.
- Website: http://www.londonfilmmuseum.com/south-bank/
- Date of visit: 26th of September, 2012
- Permanent collection: everything to do with movies
- Current exhibition: Charlie Chaplin
- Price: £13.50
So I went to the London film museum because when I was in London last year I decided to do a Doctor Who related tour of my own. I read online they had Daleks and a TARDIS on display and that was the main reason for me to go. I didn’t expect much of the museum itself and I was really shocked about the entrance fee they asked. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The whole museum is one big geekfest! I snapped a lot of photos and had to contain my inner geeky squees a lot!
This location of the London film museum is located on the first floor of the Country Hall, next to the London eye. There is also a location at Covent Gardens. But the main one is on South Bank.
Upon entering they had the original Flash Gordon script and a lot of set photographs at display. Cue inner geeky squeak. I love that movie as well as the brilliant music by Queen.
The film museum has different rooms with themes on display. Like the horror movie room, where you can see stuff from Hellraiser, some creepy heads, a monkey used in 28 days later (I also love zombie movies!)
Or what to think of a Harry Potter room, with lots of goodies used in the original movies. Seeing I can’t post all the photos I took, here are the most awesome three: The Tri-Wizard cup, golden egg and Ron’s broken wand with letter from his mum. Or what to think of the brooms and books they used for studying. And what about clothes they used in the movie.
Seeing as my latest fascination, or rather addiction to Sherlock, they also have a Sherlock room. Unfortunately not based on the new BBC series, but still.
Oh and they had one of the aliens from Alien, as well as the facehuggers.
And look! Even some drawings of Sarah Michelle Gellar in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I swear, whenever you turn the corner in this museum, you are surprised with some more geeky goodies!
Or the shirt Keanu Reeves was wearing in Constantine.
And what to think of the shirt Simon Pegg, uber geek (I bow down to your geekyness sir) he used in Shaun of the Dead.
And a knife Hugo Weaving used in the Matrix.
Oh and look, a Terminators head and shirt from Terminator 2.
How about some Total Recall money (used in the original movie, not that terrible remake!)
And a childhood geeky thing: the sub from thunderbirds! I really need to stop looking at my own pictures, this is getting ridiculous, I’m actually squeeing on the couch again!
I also hope you liked Highlander, here’s a costume used in the movie.
Are there any Superman fans out there? Costume used in Superman Returns.
Or what to think of the armor from a Knights Tale?
And let me end with the main reason I went to the museum in the first place. Daleks and a TARDIS!
Sorry about the picture spamming, but I really loved this museum. It’s worth every penny and you should visit it, if you have the chance!
Until next time. Love, your own hot cute girly geek, Mendy.