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Next time you go out to see a 3D movie, don’t look like a dweeb with those cheap glasses the theater gives you. You’ll be the hippest one in the row in these designer polarized lenses for RealD movies.
David Lyons stars in the new NBC program The Cape. He doesn’t have superpowers, but he does have his circus friends and his whip-like, spidersilk cape. Summer Glau adds geek cred to the show.
With Heroes now officially canceled, ABC has jumped onto the “ordinary people as superheroes” bandwagon with this lighthearted new show, set to hit this fall. Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz star.
Some guy in Japan has taken it upon himself to make the most badass rubber band guns you’ve ever seen. One even has a laser sight. You do not want to be on the business-end of one of these.
We have no idea what’s going on in Steve Kostanski’s “sci-fi/action/horror/comedy epic,” but it involves stop-motion, kung-fu, and demon-nazi-vampires, and a guy named Dr. Scorpius.
Available for the first time in HD, Brian DePalma’s 1993 gangster flick about an ex-con trying to go straight offers great performances by Al Pacino, Sean Penn, Luis Guzman and John Leguizamo.
Three guys find their way into the middle of an international boat race as they sail across Italy’s Lake Garda in a bouncy castle. It’s fun, but next time, they need to do more bouncing.
Compatible with many bike frames with horizontal top tubes, the handsome leather Retrovelo frame bag secured with belt hooks and provides 2 compartments for either A4 notebooks or laptops.
Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver’s graphic novel re-imagining of The Green Lantern is now available in this 224-page slipcased hardcover edition with all the juicy green bits in one place.
Planned to launch in late 2011, the X-Train will ferry passengers from L.A. to Vegas and provide an entertainment package with sports bar and food and beverage service along its 300 mile track.
Bethesda Softworks’ co-op actioner puts you in control of either a ranged-weapons expert or a swordsman. The cover-based 3PS conjures visions of medieval Gears of War. Sweet. Ships 10/1/2010.
The litl will bring optimized web apps to your big TV. Running the litl OS and Flash apps, the system consists of a base station connected to your TV, and a touchscreen remote with a slide-out keyboard.
Not satisfied with just bending time, Ubisoft added new elemental powers to the latest Prince of Persia game, including solidifying water, using wind as a weapon, and jumping off buildings long gone.
This space-saving wall mount barbecue from Focus has a folding steel firebowl, offers a range of cooking heights, is easy to mount and can be used several times without having to empty out the ash.
True to it’s setting, the collector’s edition of Fallout: New Vegas is a gambler’s delight, featuring custom poker chips and playing cards, as well as a “Making Of” DVD and a hardcover graphic novel.
Celebrating 30 years of production of BMW’s classic GS series of motorcycles, the Bavarian vehicle-maker revealed these limited-edition F800GS, R1200GS and R1200GS Adventure bikes.
The helmet-mounted Tunebug Shake creates a wireless surround sound experience so that bikers, skateboarders and skiers can enjoy their favorite music and still be aware of their surroundings.
Barbellfish, the top-loading barbell concept from Sun Ho Sin, might make getting in and out of the gym quicker. Each weight loads from the top and easily locks into place with a sliding mechanism.
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