8-Bit Vintners mixes geeks and grapes with their inaugural 2007 vintage, Player 1: it’s a blend of wines from vineyards in Eastern Washington, including Syrah, Tempranillo and Malbec.
While it’s not the first time Halo has used live actors, this Live-Action trailer for Halo: ODST kicks serious ass and only makes us more despondent over the limbo status of the Halo movie.
Starring Woody Harrelson, The Defendor follows a regular Joe who believes he’s a superhero and his attempts to bring down Captain Industry, a drug and weapons dealer.
1968’s Night of the Living Dead gets its own 12″ Deluxe Collector’s Edition figures; included is a sweet pre- and post-Zombie Bill Heinzman with interchangeable heads and arms.
This Visions of Venice trailer for Assassin’s Creed II makes Ezio look like the ultimate badass: the dude dual-wields weapons, leaps from tall buildings and hang glides Da Vinci style.
Acclaimed as a web comic by Rolling Stone, Newsweek and more, New Orleans After the Deluge is now available in hardcover form; it illustrates the true stories of six Katrina survivors.
Celebrating 35 years of guitars, Taylor has released a slew of limited edition pieces that are both exotic and eclectic, including 35 ultra-rare flitch-match Brazilian rosewood models.
We don’t understand a lick of Japanese, but anime fans should be excited over this CGI-laden Space Cruiser Yamato trailer; due out 12/12 in Japan, it’s been 26 years since the last film.
Dead Space: Extraction’s devs give us the lowdown: bolder colors and silhouettes highlight its focus on action, while vanishing enemies and environments keep you off guard.
Above is the first full trailer for X-Men: Gifted motion comic, penned by Joss Whedon and illustrated by Captain America’s John Cassaday; it’ll be available on iTunes October 28.
Premiering in select locations starting 10/7, Yes Men Fix The World is our kind of movie: the Yes Men are pranksters that inject honesty into political and business spin machines.
This Bugatti Veyron trailer for Forza 3 is the closest most of us will get to having 1,000 hp on tap; it’s mostly about the artists groping the car, but we’d do the same if given the opportunity.
Written by Scott Westerfeld with drawings by Keith Thompson, Leviathan is steampunk with a twist: set in WWI, the Germans use steam-driven machines while the British use organic tech.
This 20 minute Star Wars: The Old Republic walkthrough is our first look at gameplay; the last five minutes are the best, culminating in a Sith Warrior/Bounty Hunter vs Jedi Knight battle.
Available 10/29 on Xbox Live and also as part of Episodes from Liberty City, The Ballad of Gay Tony parachutes in with this debut trailer that shows off new vehicles and nightlife.
Recently shown at theaters, this latest trailer for Stargate: Universe hints at higher production values and a darker tone than previous series, albeit with a resident Star Wars geek.
Canabalt is the most fun you’ll have with one button: it’s a running and jumping side scroller, except with randomly generated levels that get progressively faster. Thanks, Panzerdraco!
There was no way we couldn’t post Gold4JetPack.com: sure, it’s a goofy pre-order ad for Dark Void that spoofs Cash4Gold.com, but most importantly, it mentions the word Awesomer.
This Flag Runner trailer for Modern Warfare 2 is so stuffed with eye candy that you may have to watch it twice; kill streaks, blood splatters and knife throwing FTW! Thanks, Jake!
Whether online or offline, small or large, business owners young and old should read Socialnomics; it discusses social media and business with case studies and real world examples.
Prepare for the ultimate sugar high: this Five Pound Gummy Bear is equal to 1,400 regular bears and tips the scales at 12,600 calories; available in raspberry, cherry or apple.
We’re a bit sad we missed out on the premier of Discovery Channel’s The Colony: it’s 10 weeks of people trying to survive a simulated post-apocalyptic world; catch up with VOD here.
All the previous trailers for DiRT 2 have just been teasers compared to this gameplay trailer, which lays it on thick with seat of your pants driving, wicked tracks and even pyrotechnics.
Final Fantasy XIII’s director Motomu Toriyamu gives us a walkthrough of the demo shown at GC ’09; he discusses command queues, role shifting and detailed facial expressions.
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