See those "special effects"? Those aren't Photoshopped in -- the explosions and puffs of smoke are painted cotton stuck on wires. It's the little details which impress your houseguests so much that they'd feel bad about asking where the fuck they're supposed to sit.
"Barry, I think your AT-AT went up my A-S-S."
Riddle crawled through The Empire Strikes Back frame by frame to ensure perfect accuracy. Because if you stick an AT-ST in the wrong place, people are going to make fun of you. He also consulted reference books, online sources, and OCD support groups in his half-year quest to turn his living quarters into one hell of a conversation piece.
Ask him who his favorite captain is and you get thrown out of his house Jazz-from-Fresh-Prince-style.
In case you're wondering: Yes, Riddle is happily married to a woman who doesn't mind living inside an FAO Schwartz, and his kids love it too, because of course they do. Look at how rad it is. If you're feeling inspired, Riddle made tutorials for anyone wishing to replicate his work. Such as people trying to convince their roommate to move out.
"Brent, we need to talk about the fact that you keep drinking my milk and turning
our living room into the Sistine Chapel of pop culture obsession."