Person Recreates Iconic Scenes From Aliens Using LEGOs

Person Recreates Iconic Scenes From Aliens Using LEGOs

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Someone named "Missing Brick" has recreated some of the iconic scenes from the Aliens horror franchise using LEGOs and they look unsurprisingly adorable.

While the Aliens movie franchise has been known to be one of the most influential and iconic sci-fi, horror films of all time, it's never been deemed as cute -- at least until today. Over on Flickr, someone named "Missing Brick" has recreated some of the iconic scenes from the movie using LEGOs and it really is a sight to behold. Not only do we see a LEGO Ellen Ripley, but there are even LEGO-crafted Xenomorphs, too. If that wasn't enough, we even see some of the movie franchise's most famous scenes crafted in LEGOs. There's one where it shows Riply using a Powerloader to take out the Alien Queen, the scene where a Xenomorph is chasing the little girl with the doll, and even Ripley's "knife scene" with Bishop.

In other LEGO-related news, you might want to check out this Ghostbusters LEGO recreation where the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is seen terrorizing Manhattan, or this 40,000-piece LEGO creation of the Star Wars Destroyer ship that measures more than 6-feet in length.

If you had a chance to recreate any movie's scene using LEGOs, what movie and scene would that be? I honestly am curious if a proper horror movie can be made using 'em, but their cuteness will surely detract from any scare factor from creeping in.

Source: Flickr via Entertainment Buddha

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Is there no better way to format these articles?

Pictures are always a damn pain to look through.

Actually these are scenes from Aliens... but still, awesome stuff.

Also images 5 and 7 are the same.

softclocks:
Is there no better way to format these articles?

Pictures are always a damn pain to look through.

Yeah it's the worst way to format an article with pics, but it gets them more advert views, so it's not going to change any time soon

Alfador_VII:
Yeah it's the worst way to format an article with pics, but it gets them more advert views, so it's not going to change any time soon

Except when it doesn't because I go straight past the Escapist picture viewer to the source article and never so much as hover a cursor on the Escapist's links.

When a system intended to increase views results in users ignoring section or features of a site entirely it might be time for a rethink. Or go the full Google and start dreaming up ways to force it's use!

Was going to make a snarky comment about this, but some of those are very well done, much better than I was expecting.

I wonder if the landing gear actually retracts.

*Down and clear.*

They mostly build bricks at night, mostly...

Very cool now where can I get an Apone minifig?

 

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