Orphan Black’s fifth-season episode “Guillotines Decide” is a bloody mess in the best possible way. A masterpiece, the episode Rachel Duncan (Tatiana Maslany), once the most despised of the clones, has a moment of glorious revenge against the organization that twisted her, but it’s not without pain. She is rescued from the Dyad Institute, but not without a little do-it-yourself eye surgery – and VIP Fan Auctions is offering Rachel’s screen-worn, blood-stained dress and shoes from the unforgettable scene. To complete the look, VIP is also offering the bloody wig Maslany wears as Rachel during the gory scene. Don’t miss your chance for a gory piece of Orphan Black history – check out all of the available Orphan Black props and wardrobe items currently available – and join the bidding today!



If you’re looking for a timely, authentic and unique Halloween costume this year, you can take a trip to Mid-World and try to raid the wardrobe of a Taheen Tracker – or visit The Dark Tower auction page at VIP Fan Auctions and get in on the bidding for one. The Taheen Trackers are the animal/humanoid hybrid henchmen of the Man in Black, and the screen-used costume (pictured above) includes a mask and headgear, hand wrap, scarf, jacket, pants, knee pads and shoes. Get in on the bidding for this piece of The Dark Tower history. To complete the ensemble, VIP Fan Auctions is also offering a Taheen Tracker holster harness with two machetes. Check out these and other screen-used props and wardrobes items from The Dark Tower – and join the bidding today!



When an “Angry Angel” arrives in the middle of the night and leaves a paper “fortune-teller,” you better pay close attention to what’s written inside it. The origami fortune-teller (pictured above) that Helena (Tatiana Maslany) left for Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) in the first-season episode “Effects of Uncertain Conditions,” was part calling-card and part clue. The symbols and numbers on the fortune-teller are directions – unfortunately, all choices lead to “death” – and are literally covered in stage blood. VIP Fan Auctions is offering Helena’s fortune teller to the fan who casts the winning bid – also included with the paper game are evidence photos nabbed from the precinct. Don’t miss this chance to claim a quirky piece of Orphan Black history straight from the set – check out photos and more information and join the bidding today.



What secrets could be stored away in the diaries of clones? VIP Fan Auctions is making it possible for fans to find out by offering the screen-used notebooks owned by Orphan Black’s MK and Cosima (both played by Tatiana Maslany). The iconic notebook used by MK (pictured above) on-screen in the fourth and fifth seasons of the series includes daily journal logs (in a foreign language), doodles, newspaper clippings, postcards and a photo of Nikki (two stunt notebooks with the same cover but blank inside are also included). A second set of notebooks that belonged to Cosima includes her list of names of Leda clones, two daily health journals, a research journal and a notebook – all featured on-screen in the fourth-season episode “From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths.” Click here to see all of the available Orphan Black items and join the bidding today!



Mid-world is full of dangers, and few creatures who inhabit the wasteland are as terrifying as the legendary “Lobstrocities.” You can hear them coming by their maniacal “Did-a-chick? Dum-a-chum? Dad-a-cham? Ded-a-chek?” and you’ll recognize them by their hideous form: part lobster, part scorpion, all slimy, hungry – and big, really big. In the film version of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, Lobstrocities are relegated to life in a large water tank at the Dixie Pig. VIP Fan Auctions, however, is offering one devoted fan a chance to own a Lobstrocity featured on-screen in the film. The creature is constructed of rubber, measures more than four feet in length and weighs roughly 150 lbs. Click here for information on bidding on this unique piece of Dark Tower history – and join the bidding today. This auction is ending soon!



Fans of Stephen King’s epic series The Dark Tower know the significance of Maerlyn’s Rainbow – a collection of 13 mystical orbs of different hues to represent the 12 Guardians of the Beams with the black orb representing the Tower itself. The orbs allow their users to peer between worlds – but beware: all are cursed. In the film version, Matthew McConaughey’s wizard holds them in his hair – but now VIP Fan Auctions is offering several of these infamous stone spheres to fans. Currently available is a pair of bluish-gray orbs (one is hollow) used on-screen in The Dark Tower. In addition, a pair of lighter-colored (orangish-pink) orbs are also available. Click here to see all of the available props and wardrobe items from The Dark Tower, and get in on the bidding for a piece of film and literary magic today!



Rachel Duncan is as unique as any clone can be. Played by the incomparable Tatiana Maslany (of course), Rachel works for the Dyad Institute – her job is to bring other self-aware clones under its control. She will seemingly stop at nothing – including kidnapping – to bring Sarah Manning and the rest of the Clone Club to their knees. Rachel’s evil ways eventually get her a pencil to the eye, leaving her in an eyepatch (until she is fitted with a robotic eye – which she ultimately removes in a grisly self-operation with a broken glass). VIP Fan Auctions is offering Rachel’s eye patch (and lipstick) from the third season of Orphan Black. Click here for photos and more information, and join the bidding for this piece of Orphan Black history!




“The Dark Tower is close, now. The Crimson King awaits. Soon Roland will raise the Horn of Eld. And blow,” tweeted author Stephen King back in May 2016, hinting at things to come in the long-awaited film adaptation of his classic book seres. The Horn of Eld holds tremendous significance in The Dark Tower – and in the film version of the epic tale, it serves as one of Hollywood’s coolest “easter eggs.” Legends tells us the horn once belonged to Arthur Eld, the ancient king from which Roland’s line of Gunslingers – as well as the wicked Crimson King – are descendants. It’s also key to allowing Roland to enter the fabled Tower. The on-screen nod to the Horn of Eld can be seen poking out of Roland’s (Idris Elba) satchel. VIP Fan Auctions is offering this amazing piece of movie – and literary – history. Click here for photos of the Horn of Eld – as well as Roland’s flask (also included in the auction), from which a thirsty Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) nearly gets himself shot while guzzling upon his entry to Mid-World! But don’t wait – this auction ends soon and Taheen Trackers are coming.



It wasn’t until Orphan Black’s Sarah Manning found herself at the center of a live-or-die conspiracy that she found direction – and quickly emerged as one of the most compelling characters on television (not to mention a groundbreaking performance by Tatiana Maslany as Sarah as numerous other clones). While Orphan Black may have come to a close (for now), however, VIP Fan Auctions is offering a closet-full of Sarah Manning’s (and others) clothes – all worn on-screen during the series. Currently available are the black jacket, shirt and pants she wore (pictured above) during the first season finale, “Endless Forms Most Beautiful” (click here for information and photos). Also available are Sarah’s black wool coat and leather boots (click here) worn on-screen during the series finale, “To Right the Wrongs of Many.” Don’t miss a chance to claim a piece of Orphan Black while you can – click here to see all of the Orphan Black wardrobe items and props currently available!



Black Sails remains the most addictive and intense high-seas tale ever to plunder television. The Starz series is also responsible for bringing a new generation of readers to Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel Treasure Island simply for a glimpse into the future of Black Sails stalwarts like Long John Silver and Billy Bones – two key figures in the pirate rebellion. VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of Black Sails a chance to claim a piece of the groundbreaking series by offering daggers wielded on-screen by several pirate legends – including the dagger of Captain Flint (Toby Stephens), a blade used on-screen by Charles Vane (Zach McGowan), a weapon of choice that belonged to the cut-throat Anne Bonny (Clara Paget), Blackbeard’s (Ray Stevenson) deadly steel and a gold-handled knife used by Jack Rackham (Toby Schmitz). Click here to see all of the available pirate props and auctions – the last of the haul received from Black Sails – and join the bidding today!