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MERCH: Bad Merch from Good Movies


I love collecting movie merch. I don’t necessarily have to like the movie.As long as the product itself is unique- I don’t care if it’s from a lame movie, I’d buy it. But it’s quite disappointing when the movies I really, really love have extremely lame merch. Some are just tooooo lame that I can’t help but wonder what the hell they were thinking! Here are some of them:

Star Trek Urn

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Even if I kinda like Star Trek and my life is pretty lame, I still wouldn’t allow my ashes to be plopped into this. Would you?

Jar jar Binks Lollipop

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Never buy your kids (or anyone!) this disturbingly sexual Jar Jar Binks lollipop. Sicko.

Indy’s Luxurious Hat

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Are you willing to waste $975 on this fedora? Adventurebilt encourages buyers to visit the studio for an hour “during which we can have a good conversation about your hat over a cup of coffee or a glass of whisky and a good cigar.” No thanks.

The Fight Club Uniform

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Jacket looks nice but… seriously? $500? Is Brad Pitt included in the package?

The Passion of the Christ’s Official Nails

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The makers of The Passion of the Christ merchandise write on their website, “Our mission is to reach the world with the message of hope … ” Apparently, this message of hope is best expressed by wearing sterling-silver necklaces shaped like the nails used to kill Jesus.

James Bond’s Eternal Flame

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In 1962, Dr. No launched the James Bond franchise and this $36 candle is one of the items. I know right? How manly!

Alice in Wonderland’s Versace Shoes

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These Alice in Wonderland-inspired Versace shoes cost $1,195. What??? They’d have to pay ME if they want me to wear these shoes.

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