1. The Legend of Zelda Orarina of Time

2. Final Fantasy VII

3. Sonic the Hedgehog

4. The Legend of Zelda [NES]

5. Zombies Ate My Neighboors

6. Super Mario 64


1. Terminator 2 Judgement Day 1991

2. Donnie Darko 2001

3. Groundhog Day 1993

4. The Terminator 1984

5. Twelve Monkeys 1995

6. Star Trek 2009

7. Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure 1989

8. Back to the Future 1985

1. Water Dragon (Orlando’s Nessie)

2. Terminator Bust

3. Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite

4. Tyrannosaurus Rex

5. Lego Quad Delta Robot System

Legos have been a huge part of my childhood and even a hefty part of my “adulthood.” Legos are amazing because the hold almost endless possibilities of creation and inspiration, with just the help from these brightly colored blocks. I have made Lego castles, Lego pirate ships, even a Lego zombie movie once in high school, which was my first, but hopefully not last, attempt at stop motion animation. I think that no matter who you are Legos can tough some part of your warm little heart and make you feel happy again. This list is just some of the amazing things a simple toy can make and bring happiness with. Thing such as my number one pick, the lovable Dragon in front of the Lego Store in Downtown Disney, Orlando, Florida, can cause a rush of memories of Lego enjoyment and Disneyworld entertainment, anytime I get the slightest glimpse of it. I encourage you to Google my favorite Lego creations or better yet build me some new ones.

Lego DragonLego Trex

1. Deadalive

2. Cannibal Holocaust

3. John Carpenter’s The Thing

4. Hostel

5. Hellraiser

To be honest I absolutely love movies with overly gory blood spattering scenes. I love movies that don’t hold back on the gross factor and instead go full force on making its viewer uncomfortable and squeamish.

The first movie on this list is a cult classic and is directed by Oscar winner Peter Jackson. He made this movie a classic by having such gut wrenching scenes such as a zombie woman eating her own ear, or a lawnmower slicing up people left and right. It had scenes that literally made one of my friends thrown up when watching. Scenes that everyone should check out and hopefully hold their lunch too.

Zombie Hand


Hello to all that have goggled around and found this blog. You’re probably wondering what the purpose of this blog is and why you should read it and especially care. Well this blog has sprung from a design project I made in College and is a reflection of some of my thoughts and ideas. It’s a from a book I made that ended up being reasoning for my obsessive list making. I encourage you to comment your answers to these random lists underneath my own to see how we differ or relate.

Also check out the book that stated it all at : http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/rambling-lists-of-a-design-student/13648276?productTrackingContext=search_results/search_shelf/center/2