Credit: Graham Hobart



These guys didn't just mark their territory; they created spaces that would make most men giddy.
Hog Wild
The Car Barn
In the Gator Zone
6 Screens, No Waiting
Wild Child
The Garage Mahal
Game On!
Creature Feature
Sports Dynasty
Take One for the Team
  
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Creature Feature

When it comes to sci-fi and horror, the home theaters are a lot like the conventions—you don’t see too many women. Sure, there’s probably a Ripley or Princess Leia behind every great sci-fi geek, but we’re guessing they weren’t driving the ship when it came to the planning process.

Dr. David Winn did have his wife’s help (and her blessing) when it came to creating this hellish home theater. The self-proclaimed mad scientist created a monster mash of classic sci-fi and horror characters inside this room. At 25 by 35 feet, this close encounter includes monsters busting through the walls and ceiling, with some even spitting. That’s right, animatronics allow a lot of this devilish decor to move. The devout Christian may have a flair for the macabre, but there’s plenty to check out around the room, even if it is between the fingers covering your eyes. Winn also has a 144-inch screen, flanked by two smaller screens, a Sony PlayStation 3, three Xbox 360 units, an Optoma DLP HD2+ projector, and recessed starlights. Click here to read more.

Makes the Man:
• Moving movie monsters
• 144-inch screen flanked by two Samsung LCDs
• Playstation 3 and three (3!) Xbox 360s

Systems Design and Installation
Escom Electronic Security Co.
Austin, TX

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